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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891051201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi- - Week y VOL. XIX. Sunday-Schoo- Interior Journal. NO. 12 ' i STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAY 12. 1891. Convention. CRAB ORCHARD. LONDON LAUREL COUNTY ladies, whose elocutionary dibits have l State meet in Stanford, been so well received on previous oeca . The convention i Tl.n fl.l.t K The Springs hep will not be formal' ' ""iieuI., my Following is the ly two in number, by , .Iune'-,:- l. IMand '!" opened until July 1, so thoie in au- sions. The medals, ,lll,,t li'tter have all returned and ronort a ..... irrevocable decision of ..... august programme: pleasant time all hut the cold weather. thority say. were awarded to Misses Lottie Tt'KSDAY KVKMN'ft. 'I be result of Klder Livingston's The Vanderpool House, near the judges, Henry Fish and I'rof Smith, 7 .50, Song nervier, Alex 0. Hopkins. depot, which was yesterday granted li- Dillionand protracted meeting here this week was few complimentary re- seven 7 15, Voriln of Welcome John Itell cense to refaiil liquors, opened up 'busi- in a additions. They were baptized marks, presented them to the young la- in ness Mr. V. Smith is the man J.T. Hiown's pond Sunday. on00, President's response, C. I. Wil w ho handles the decanters and glasses. dies amid the eclat of the Tlie pupils, of the dancing school lookers. The music for the entertain- 'will lmmson. The Louisville Times sa) s that the given hop on the L'Oth. A printed ment was furnished !v the Cornet band. card to s.15, Address, "Cod's Methods of Kentucky State Guards will not that eil'ect is out and a large eiicauip TenchiiiK His Will," K. L. l'owell. crowd will probably be here "from other here this summer, but go to Mammoth I llOM Ol'It ItKOri.WtlOHIIKSi'OMlK.NT. ' 00, Appointment of committees. BenThis conclusion will Cave instead. We are informed by an old bache- points. ediction. bring a iloud to the eyes of many dash- lor that there is to be a tlshing party in nie work of grading the new fair WKDNKHDAY MOKVI.VI.. ing Venuses, who were too utterly too the near future to be composed of six ground track is progressing rapidly and 00, Son service. too sanguine that they would enjoy the widows, all of whom are beautiful and some valuable racing and trotting purses 'KS'iO, Annunl reports of (1) the execuplensuro of flirting with the "boys in accomplished, and six old bachelors, two1 HUMicient to insure the attendance of) tive committee, ('J) the State evniiKclist, blue" at the Springs this year. of whom are from Stanford. There is to some good horses will be offered this! (.J thu Statu treasurer. . A physician of this place, who has be a magnificent dinner spread upon the.1 n"' A lunter,n 10.150, The district work reports of C. had a large, Dr. Ramsey, varied and lucrative prac- bank of the river. He tells us that he ' . Dick, W. F. ItoKuro, J. A. Heay, W. tice for ti.' yen, a f ' " Main H.iya that preachers are, wishes to marry oil' the remaining five; :. WiliiB, J M. HbhIi, Wm. A. Morrison of all men whom he has waited on, most that he is not uneasy about himself, '"Vf0"1 and rn fk f flowers set, f in j iti rk.k and others. ,,..,. :.... II ioore s resi afraid of that grim persuader, death. We !..... IIIU t UI(,KUI"K i. ;IO IliUltlltl ,n niti linn "" "' ""'" " oi l IWIII i... Kentucky Hence were all stolen List week after 11U0, Address, "Kaatern are unable to understand this, unlesn it poe that their hooks will be baited with dark, which is something unusual in Work," J. M DonniiiB is that preachers are so well acquainted matrimonial bait and their corks or our temparate and religious village. WKII.NKMMY AITKH.NJM).S. with the penalties promised in Scrip- floats are only symbolic d of the loe Robert Asher, a farmer living four '.'00, Sour service. ture, ami so, cognizant of their own short- makers words floating softly and gently miles from here, had a mare to drop '.'.JO, Address, "Methods of Sunday-Schoo- l comings, thst they fear to stand before on the balmy river breeze. We trust twin colts Monday, Instruction," J. W. McUnrvey. this jasper throne. one being a horse! the party will meet witli their desired colt and the other a mule colt. Roth .Jr. Mrs. Alhe New laud spent Sunday in expectation. colts are lively and considered a great "The Teaclier's .Oi), Addn-ss- , Pittsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Thur-man- , Little Tommie Carson, who had an Tinder. of Garrard, were the guests of rel- abscess opened near the hip joint, is curiosity by everybody in this section. :U). General Discussion. atives in this vicinity this week Mr. getting along nicely. Miss Isabel Ows- Doens of people have been to see them, Judge Alcorn, of Stanford, was here ' 4 00, Miscellaneous Musiness. H, H. Farris, the accommodating clerk ley, of Hubble, is the jrue.st of Mrs. A. last week and says Dick Warren is sure, HKH.NKSDAY KVKMSO. of the Gilcher Hotel. Danville, was up to W. Montgomery. I Miss Maggie to get there. I hope his judgment in 7 .10, Sonn sen ice. see his aged mother Friday. Mrs. Rev is visiting her sister, Mrs. John A. S00, Address, "Christ's Ministry to M. II. Morgan, of Fineville. was sum- lialdemau, of Louisville. Mrs. Emma tins is as good as in other things. Mr. Children," C. H. laicas. moned by telegraph to attend the bed- Farris and Miss Alice Moore, a charm- - Andy Rice, of Lincoln, is in London on ork s IK), I'leilcen for the Slite side of her brother and arrived Friday lit iniino In ilt nrt icit!ti ntlnttt'ita iti business II. C. L'versole is at Win Tlll'IfllAY MOIIMMI trial of the partie. night. Mr. John Anderson, "My Joe Louisville. Mr. J. W. Moore is night l',,e8t,jr ; 00. Sonjf service. John," Garrard's handsome and popu- clerk for Dan McCollum, of Junction cumifcieu wan me ihuious rreuen-i.Heportsof Committers. Miss Amanda Mason re- lar superintendent of schools, and Mr. rl,. Mia., II..-.- .. Il.,r.ll.i in flaitlM.. ersole feud. , , turned S; iturdayfrom Somerset, where 10 00, Address, "Our Work and Iti Charley Hayden, of Stanford, were ... ' . . .nss Alice, .. here ner sister, in wanvme, wnoi Ileunnl," 1. H. MeC.ulloy. Sunday and -- and must we tell it" is in the manttiHiuakiiig business witli! she has been visiting her brother. Mrs. 11 00. Addrcsi, "The Hihlo is the Book J. T. Williams is in Somerset visiting her caught on among the girls. Mrs. Kittie Farris. Mrs. Annie James v Has the largest and sister, Mrs. H. G. Litton. Mrs. Saliie fUoil," W.J. Howe. Mr. Simeon Gormley, who was de- Iihs been trimming hats for Mrs. J. II., Craft and son, Walton, accompanied her Tlll'ltSlMY AI'IIKIINOON. prived of the faculty of speech by paral- Stephens for several days past. Mr. MOST COMPLETE STOCK Y. I1. S. C. I'. Session ysis a couple of years ago, ami w ho last Higgins Kennedy, one of C. ( 's prom- aunt, Mrs. Rebecca Pitman, to Paint Lick. Gilbert Garrard was here from .' 00, "Consecration Meetlnir," Walter week sullered a second severe stroke, asOF ising oung men, who went to Russell-- ' S Priest. tonished his attendants Saturday night ...n.. ..,.... i ..,,.., .i.o .... i,;., ..i.ii Manchester Monday. Judge Bovd and .,i.i J.IW, Address, "The Christian Kndcav-o- r by turning over ami talking freely for CiC,nrk were on our streets Sunday, l.m..riniiR.tlrtmw..k. Mr. Jolm n Movement." J. H. Jones. several minutes. HiAcouversation, how- son went home with Mr. W. C. Kyb'rt having just returned from Jackson cir ever .sjiown in Stanford at prices . cuit court. J. A. Craft is in from .t00, Discussion of "Christian Kudcav-or- , ever, was of occurrances thst happened as low as the lowest. yesterday, to Louisville, to seek employ' Ueo. Darsie, Geo. II. Cutuhs, II. C. before his tlrst attack two years ago. He ment. We tru-- t John will succeed. He dnrrison and others. in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s recognized his attendants ilnd called is cajiable of doing well. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. 4 00, Miscellaneous Itu!nosA. them by name, but he seems to have who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to TIIUIlSltAY KVKNIMI. Only one marriage license has been lost all remembrance of what has occurREPUBLICAN CONVENTION. send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old 7 'M, Son service. issued hero in the lust live wclIcr. red recently, and in which he himself Wood and Yerkcs and Indors- MisYour trade and work is solici00, Address, "Children and N. ,.. We,U!nB a y01HJR ohio c0lln. gold and silver taken at market price. was an actor, for until the last week he Instructs for es Harrison. sions," President C. J Iooj. j ty farmer of :W years, eloped A. R. PENNY. Mrs. ted and I guarantee satisfaction. mixed and mingled in society like othwith .NOThA. PerMiant to a call of the county chair- - V. 15 Morgan, the wife of a witli the exception that ho commuers? end your mime to John Hell Gihson, nicated by means of a pocket slHte in- man, Hon. G. M. Davison, the republi- farmer. thing; "Spring is here, and it's a hnmmer of a rosey-poseManford, 0116 week before the conven- stead of by speech. He is still in a pre- cans of Lincoln county assembled in George Nicholson, a farmer near Mi- Very soon it will be Summer, then of course it wont be Spring." c tion that homes may bo assigned to all. carious condition, Iwwe.-er- , ui mi: in inn, inn., aiier inreo montns expert-- , but his rel iiiuM. Publish this programme in your county atives and friends are hopeful, in" case of Stanford, Monday, May Uth, ISM. once, decided marriage a failure and' paper. his recovery, that his speech will be re- The meeting was called to order by committed suicide. All railroads in Kentucky will carry stored. Hiscasoisn most peculiar one. the chairman of county committee, who A Chicago paper boasts that there' Gardening time has come and you will find delegates and visitors at one fare going . leiegram irom uranioril, la., trv1 stated the object of the meeting. G. M. are on an average 75 marriages a dav and 1 faro returning. When you pur- .i wigo nrcn parson, oi mis place, con- Davison, on motion, wns then elected there. The number of divorces is net chase your ticket take the agent's re- veys the sad intelligence that his sou, permanent chairman and G. G. Wine given, but they probably exceed that ceipt. Wo will get still lower rates on Stuart M Carson, was shot and killed secretary. On motion the following res- - nnmber. eomo roads if possible, and announce there Friday morning by a negro, whom olutious were adopted: Wedding guests waited in vain at Signed, Rksolvkd, 1. That weapprove the call Ltghtv-Kighthem in the Guide. in Barren county, for the he was attempting to arrest. About Ave for it republican State convention at Lex- - C0,Ilin 0 Willinin Hamilton and Mr. TlIK KhCl Tl K COMMITTI'.K, "3IODEL GROCERY" years ago young Carson, accompanied ington on the 20th of May. ,,,s l,t'st man- - lhe two young Ai.kv. C. Hovkish, Kvangelist. by Thomas Iisley, also a Crab Orchard 2. That we cordially endorse the B',lev' boy, left hero for Florida on the same statesman-likadministration of Presi- - men were thrown from a buggy while With only one House democratic, ...:.-,:.... ii ... dent Harrison. going to the bride's home and both were A large and select stock of N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, Whitc'and Red iiiipmuii .1.... iuuk Old i'Ollce i ui.u 10 the legislature this year has made the that sunny land a That the following persons be ami ba( hurt, Hamilton tnav die. Onion Sets, Beans, Peas, &c, in bulk and an endless variety of search for health. are hereby appointed delegates and id- ; known since 1S55. Demlowest A couple at SpnnRaehI, 0., celebra-isoThey both went to Rranford, of which ternates to said convention G..M, Da' Landreth's, EerrX's and Crossman's Garden Seeds in papers and ocracy means low taxes both State and delegate. J. A. I.ytle, alternate; ted their golden wedding Friday, when Lusley in time became mayor and in packages. Also Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, &c. Xatioml. N. Y. World. which capacity ho was shot ami killed a G. W. Gentry, delegate, Wm. Cummins, thev surprised their guests by exhibit- Should Hradley's man secure the ,, ,..,, nf ,i.ir wi..l.liti.. p.iU-I'litioii, oeiegaie, oieve :., f ...,- w. ..,. .. mfi.1i . year ago by an obstreperous .....w "iJ'lV yliUor.Vlit rank Cordier, dele- republican nomination for goernor, the full particular of which appeared inlgiite, John I'lli- -, l,u- u was wrapped in uie same pa- - a. c SINK. a lternateCharles '" i X. MENEFEE Hoyle will cut followers of Denny anil it was 50 years ago and the guests Butcher, delegate. Harrison Stuart, alter-- 1 Wood and say nrt'thuig at the August ttiese columns at the time. Young Car- tiate, John Ivlmiston, delegate, Joe P" were allowed to test a wee winparti son helped to bury bis companion, little election. Louisville Times. Rille, alternate. Jew Thompson, dele 'ciuofthe historical tropin- claim it dreaming that an almost identical fate Letcher tmod, alternate; A. G. The new constitution will, if mlopt-- ' awaited him. When shot Mr. Carson Faulkner, delegate, G. G. Wine. nltor. tains a del.c.ous flavor, id, prohibit a mine owner from owning was acting V freak wedding occurred in a deputy sheriff of Suwunee nate. F. W. Dillion, delegate, J. C. King. an interest in a railrond which rrfns to The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Joe Reid. delegate, Pen Ows scum the other day. Prof. Hedley, the county. As lie was always prudent and his mine; ami piohibit a railroad holding lev, alternate. A. C. Carman, delegate, euphonium nlaveri (5 feet one, married an interest in a mine the products of unexcitable, hisJViends here can hardly IV ,! Millisfi n lit rti tit it lurrtcnn i.rn. own v4" SASH, flVfV I'UHWII, understand how bis slayer could be Iiam, delegate. M. N Hustin, alternate; U the little lady, li'2 inches high. The gen which it hauls to a mat ket. Covington IJOORS, tleman who gave tl.e bride away was M. woiked up to perpetrate so foul a crime. Lee Davis, delegate, J. S. Young, alter Commonwealth. SHINGLES, BLINDS, Hubert, the man without arms, who. SIDING, M. Caison was born and raised nate. The N. Y. World says that the bil- Stuart 4. That said delegates or such alter signed the marriage certificate, as a here and was well liked hynll who knew Verandah ivd Suirwork at city prices. lion means $lf.S7 tax for every man him, his all'.iliility, generosity and nates as iniiv be present in the room in iira,MuiTO.-- between his teeth. V ...7 .;....' I I..:' .:.... i., ..... FEZnTCH. woman and child in the country. The bride maids were, ina," the straightforwardness winning him friends smedcasVVhevmeofLincol man with a wife and five children must We carry a full stock of everything found in a among all classes. His remains arrived ty for Hon. A. T. Wood forgovernorand American giantess; weighing GOO pounds, "pony up" $IU. 0i for his share of the night in charge of his brother, J for Hon. John W. Yerkes for member of and "Satanella," the fire queen. The Sunday extravagance How do you like it, was Cuiit. Dallas, 7 feet 10 II. Carson, and J. S. Kdmiston, and with the Republican State Central Committee - t,L,st , . Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract , . , . the Sth Congressional district of Kenmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm -- ()i ' proper ceremonies were deposited in the tucky. Said delegates are also instruct- - V'18 in .,R V 'I1111" fi Meillle.u SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. height, all couuected with the or building. substitutes for alcoholic drinks in pro- family lot here. The oympathy of the td to vote as a unit on all nominations ""i's places arb not meeting with suc- entire community in with the judge and and questions that may come before the show. hibition Male or district convention. cess. Some of the most popular, though his family in their bereavement. DEATHS' DOINGS. The county committee was then selectweak in alcohol, contain other properThe W. 0. T. U. society held its 4th David Anderson, a former citizen of ties much more deleterious, notably sal- medal contest at the Hnptist chu rch Fri- ed as follows: Stanford, G. M. Davison, ferG. W. Gentry; Turnersville, W. R. Da- this county, but who has lived in Laurel icylic acid which is used to arrest day night, which wasn't exactly filled mentation. The acid is a with nn "overflowing audience"' but vison; Hustonville, S. G. Drye; Walnut for the past threo years, died at his home Having Removed My Stock- A scientist, who has analyzed with an audience that made up in cul- Flat, J. 0. King; Crab Orchard, F. W. near London, Sunday, of pneumonia. Young; Kings-villo- , Miss Ethel, the bright young daughseveral of the temperance drinks, such ture and intelligence what it wanted in Dillion; Highland, J. S. Steve Hlankenship; Hubble, Sid- ter of Mr. and Mrs. JolF Carson, died at as "cured cidor," says it is muchr safer to number. Miss Sallie Green, Miss Nellie ney Dunbar; Wayuesburg, SI. T. Rey- her home near Hustonville, Sunday take whisky. Yantis and Mr. R. Leo Davis were pitchnolds. night, after a protracted spell of pneumoed upon for judges, but begging to be exIt was then resolved that a copy of nia. Her remains were interred in the Danvili-k- . Chief Justice Fuller, of cused from serving in that honorable car the United States Supreme Cort, will pacity, Prof. Smith, Col. D. G. Slaughter these proceedings be sent to the Inleiu-o- Hustonville cemetery yesterday. Jlonntain Kcho and LexJoiniNAL, deliver the diplomas to the Centre Col- and George, the son of Mr. Back to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can J. Peter Chandler were placed on ington Leader for publication. On molege graduating class in Juno. Rev. F. and Mrs. John Y. Bright, of the Hub- sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken the judges' dais in their stead. The fol- tion! the meeting then adjourned. S. Tollitt, of Harrodahurjr, will assist lowing young ladies and gentlemen ble vicinity, died Friday of a brain G. M. Davisok, Ch'n. Rov. W. K. Arnold in conducting a re- Missea Mary Mundy, Grace trouble. Funeral services were held at tn exchange. Tudor, Cal-th- a G. ft. Wink, Sec'y. Mothodlst,church in this civival at the the residence Saturday by Rev. T. J. Fish, Pearl Collier, Henry Fish and ty, beginning Monday evening. A. E. Lottie Dillion and Masters Joe Nowland Old Adam Renaker, late a member Godbey, after which the body was taken Hundley sold Wednesday to Nelson Row- and Henley Bastin were then severally of the legislature from Harrison county, to the Danville cemetery for interment. bay land, of Lexington, a introduced by Dr. Beazley, as per pro- who gained some notoriety from having The financial exhibit of the governgelding, by Messenger Breeze, for fWO. gramme, ami acquitted themselves in carried a largo Federal flag during Clevement ia indeed a startling ono. The .LATE ALEXANDER'S HOTEL.) Advocate. commendablo style, eliciting rounds of land's first campaign, and was seen with change in two years from a surplus of r numerous tokens of appre it at almost every democratic barbecue nearly sixty million to a A Wisconsin legislator is reported to applause and IMPROVED. bankrupted canvass, and also carried it to treasury, with a forced loan of over fifty have said: "I think every man should ciation in the way of bouquets and during the of Cleveland in 1835, millions expended, presents a fearful take bis Bovb to saloons and teach them wreaths of flowers. While the judges the inauguration Why not at were balancing the merits of the con- was brutally beaten up by hU son the condition for the country to face, and it Cor Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Houstemperately." to use beer old man eaya he did it LOUISV.ILLE, KY. will profoundly impress considerate the same time teach these boya how to testants, Miss Mamie DeBorde and Miss other day. The The young man claims people of all parties wheat stack so that the Allio Fish each recited, with much feel- without cause. as to the criminal set Are to a W. It. LOGAN, came to his house drunk protligacy of the Billion Congress. Philflames will burn up the'straw but leave ing a temperance selection, which added that his father Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. adelphia Times. A. W. Tones, J. J. new laurels to the brows ol the young and insulted his wife. the grain? Chicago Standard. well-timed STRAW HATS. Just to-da- j 4 An Elesrant Line I I ''K .... "m" ! ; Opened. 1 -- NO OLD' GOODS IN STOCK. Influ-eme,"F.- i Huch-aua- n Stagg & McRoberts. A. R. ; te The Old Reliable Jeweler v i. in the Lead. I Penny I ' Watclies and Jewelry Louii-ville- well-to-d- o y cuiwi-iiuiia- j ) i- - I At A. A. WARREN'S t, "... e .. tax-rat- n, r. ! - o w - - - -- - Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, -- ' . 1 LIMRER, I WOVE1T wage-earner- ,,, in-f- WIRE AUD SLAT FIRST CI.IS.SS DUMBER TTARD. I REMOVED. -- kidney-destroye- r. Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- tions, Etc., IB. IF. lEOTJT. TMm WIXXABB e, THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND Rates $3.50 Per Day. Manager. i- - if A train on the Santa Fo road was stopped by five masked men Saturday night and all the money in the express car stolen. F The proposition to vote n tax of if i $100,000 in Cumberland county for tho to book )(... Stanford, Ky,, tvl.r. construction of the Burksville & North- a, how we because she could not bear the disgrace western lailroad was defeated by a main we she imagined had been brought on her, jority of 0. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. There arc now 101 cotton seed oil and yet with these horrible crimes dispatches say mills in the South, with a capital of damning his soul, the County. tlat the last seen of his brutish features over '20,000,000. Forty of thu mills -- . ,...W. K. Vat n.,n before the black cap shut them from have fertilizer works attached, the menl Judge .1). II. Eilmistoli Representative view, they were convulsed in laughter. forming the It is said that Secretary Blaine is The ioke was too much for him. how- to con- We have nothing new totellabout the ever,nntl it wasn't long before he was trying to arrange with the Knglish liov various races for State oJhces, which will when laughing is comparatively wc eminent for n cessation of seal catching There is known, except by the head man of the until that animal shall have had a cunu-n- i a, to be settled a of much doubt in all the contests that concern, who keeps the tire going. An chance to multiply. on to a, We the convention is likely to be the larg-- j Alabama negro was also hanged the The Louisville Bark conimissioncis tew Goods, Shoes, est and hold ou the longest of nny ever same day, but he failed to see the point have ptuchased '.Ml) acres of laud just AV p.lril.rivtni'x' nrutM i . ' niwttflfl I' tr vs9 ft . v a. .r v v known in the State. Kvery candidate 0f ti,t. j0k0. east of Cave Hill for $1 10,000, and the " Calicoes 5c. Jtc nrofesses confidence and their friends park, which is rich in natural beauty, Tuk postmaster general has put the will be ready to open Oct. 1. appear even more coutident that their will win. Well posted people government to the expense of publishfavorites The wife of Alfred Townsley, who think that the final vote in the govern- ing a huge pamphlet, in which he advo was in jail at Austin, HI., for criminally got permisor's race will come between Brown ami cates his pet tcheme of postal savings assaulting his Glav. with the chances in favor of the banks. The countrv does not need such sion to see him, when she jerked a pisformer, but in all calculationsyou would institutions nor does it care to lead Mr. tol from her bosom and shot him to do well not to figure Hardin out of the! Wannmaker's arguments on the subject death. e SKI.F-I.ACIX- G race. The other contests remain about made at the people's expense. A truth-thThe Spring Harden National Hank, same as before stated, except that fnl story of how he made his millions of Philadelphia, has been closed by the Mr Wnrroii'a p)mtuifl for auditor seem seiimt: "ciiean ciounigs' woum nnn comptroller of the currency. The Penn improved. Maj. Xorman continues to many more interested leaders than any- Safe and Trust Deposit Company assignwhistle to keep his courage up,but his thing he can say about postal savings ed, its interests being mingled with those actions show Unit he is scared and scared banks. of the bank. badly. A combination against him is The repair shops, four locomotives, favor-- 1 It now looks like Col. Bradley's suggested, but we are not aware that any five cars loaded with oil, two with lumite, A. T. Wood, of 31 1. Sterling, will 7oc passenger vi the other thtee candidates sanction have a r for the republican ber, one baggage car and six We goods J ICggs'. that method of retiring him, though it nomination. The counties are instruct- coaehos, besides all the tools belonging to the workmen, were destroyed by lire, could be easily done. ing for him right and left and by the they are through, the other entrie which completed gutted the railroad to be The theory of heredity seems shops of the Gulf, Colorado k Santa fully demonstrated iuthe ease of Charles will find themselves so far in the rear t Galveston, Texas. Fold, who was hung at Ottawa, 111., Fri- that they will pay forfeit and yield the . wniie woman oi mm cuiuiiy. struggle. When day for murdering a man whom his wife prize without further Georgia, is 114 years of age, has - chil- A, I'KUANSKY, head he enticed for him to a lonely place for the the man from Garrard sets his tKIti greatthen, 10:! generally gets there with both feet. purpose of robbery and for which she! great-gre- at "u- grand- Main Street, Stanford, Ky, MANES grandchildren, GAlilUIJX, .llana-ci- s. m umi m was given t years, rum Her father lived Tin: announcement in Sunday's Mid children, in all l,'27 the slums of New York. His father dlesboro News of the retirement of Col. te be 110 years old. She has been a now suing for the amount of the same, was hung for murder and his mother Thos. H. Arnold from the editorial con- member of the church for 10:1. about ;l 1.000. was driven out of the city for keeping a trol of that paper will strike his friends The foot ball season in England for The stakesof the Fair trojs at Danthieves' paradise. Two of his sisters with surprise and regret unless he finds lS!H)-ipresents a, gay record. Twenty- ville, says the Advocate, have clo.-e-d keep notorious houses in Toronto, one a larger field in the State somewhere two players were killed, N) were permaof his uncles is doing time n Sing Sing He has sold his interest in the News to nently maimed and theie were broken with 101 entries; the luigat number evIl.ivi rucn'Iy purchase! of Mr. J. V. Holdam his stock of GKN-KRAI.. . . . .. i in ii er known in the history of the Danville iti .!.- - " vkiLriniriiiiiMiiiiii. I.V....I ... ,vlrnfl- - Afr (,.nriT, II ll.iinar, .. .. I.si nrtim jui ii niu l... ..... ..wlimit"!., tlllL'llS. HftShH , . ..., .Ml.KCHANlJl.sK, to which we have since made lan'e atidi .r.-..f fair. The Clay stakes, for yearling, has Jiimsplf served two terms in a Il'IUIllI liu j .tumriMct rilik1w... aililitt. tn ,A 1it.lr.-'- t Ifllld Tit Ilia fcV iiii ux.. UIO ..l.lltkj 1141. lb lort.1 lllDIUVtlllUtK'l U11 tCIIIUIIOklUlliU .v, tirHICI.a .... Intllr-- :tl entrie-- : the '2 year-old- s tl.l. .1 year old, which gives us a large ami complete stock in every ilcpaitiiit-ut-. i'; bchool and one in the Indiana peniten , both creditable and profitably. nal injuries too numerous to mention. hon-os20; :t year old, eligible to consisting ,!' Dry Good, green Notions, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Hard tiary. Internal Revenue Commissioner , , )lI(.(.,,u S30riaM.il ami sianes lor j.ocers ... ....... i.'liril!,llr ., ic .. NEWSY NOTES. Mason estimates that the amount of c-" -ia .uKf .um wen assort eel ..ut..- -t i rnit I.... I.W..I i.. ti... This prediction is printed in the Loustoc,c of Mcn's. 15o's' Vouths' Clothing, all of which will be sold name of the prophet wagon whiskv manufactured in the United world is included in the large list and Some boys started a fire in a isville Times. Tho dwellings States during the present year will bo this year's trota will likely eclipse by fur at Rock Hottom Prices. js not given, but we hope, in several par- shed in Chicago and 15 Please honor us with a call and examine our galll'O.OOO.OI'O gallons, being o.OOO.OOU any previous ticulars, uotably as to Gen. Castlfeman, a were destroyed. stock and prices. lons more whisky than was ever pro0 democratic president, Sw., he will prove There are in the United States on Enrth. Tho frRernetnber our terms are strictly cash or produce. duced in the United States in any year owp country: miles of railroad, giving employment to be of honor, even in his Th Ciiicuiiuli. HjoiiIiuii A Dayten K K l in its history I'ullmjn't I'dltTled Sfny Very Respectfully, theoal) line Four years from next Wednesday the to 700,000. VeiiiliulcJ Train, wih Chiir. l'arlor The beet sugar manufacturers of the nntl governor will be Gen. J. 1$. i candidate for The Chicago death rate for April Cincinnati, Ummc Car rrue bttwet-iand Chiraijii and l thr only line Castleman, James P. Bryan, Bennett II. was 3,450, more than double that of California company, operating with eastThrmirh Krclinin Chair Calk between Cln- ern capital, have completed negotiations c nnati, KroVuk and Sfinncfirld, III. and Sleeping J. T. Cimmins, Salesman. Young, and the incumbent will be for April, 1890. Crab Orchard, Ky. Marshall-town- , Cir Cincinnati to MaiLinaw, and the An explosion of gas iu the Ocean for the immediate erection at the former. A democratic president will Onlv Dlroct. Line Iowa, of the largest beet sugar nt ten Cincinnati, Dayton. Lima, TqIkIo, Deoccupy the White House and the farm- mine, near Clarksburg, W. Va., caused Kegiunt plant in the West, with a capital of $oo0,-00- troit, the Lake me of theand Canada. the State ot will be numbered with the the death of four miners. ers' alliauce oldett in The road is will be 400 tons Ohioand the only line enttrmc Cincinnati over J The daily capacity dead grange and greenback parties. While repairing a church at Ash of double trail, and fromiu patt record cn nilei eed, cemfort ami land the ceiling fell, killing J. B. Steph- and it is to be ready for the fall crop. more than atture itt patroni Br.o. Som.vkiis, of the Elizabethtown enson and fatally injuring Vl'CAN CHILLKl) PLOW. Last week the KUtu, a privateer of afety. on ale every where, and et- that they three others. Ticket News, is a political prophet, so far as the Chilian insurgents, steamed out of read C, II AD, either in or out of Cu.nnuati, Four negroes were hung from the indinapoiior Toledo. Rover ors are concerned, of great K. O McCORMICK. same limb in Lowndes county, Miss., the harbor of San Diego, Cal., after hav(jeneral I'attenccr and Ticket A;nt. Fakmhks, AiikmiON. News was the for He says: "The We call vour attention to thf fnllnu.;,! ad ing loaded itself with contraband goods the attempted poisoning of a family. charge of a U. S. paper in the State to name J. Procfirst Vulcan over any Chilled Plow made: First, the p'antaies 01 Bucklen't Arnica Salve Josoph Borondes, a New Kork labor and while in nominal tor Knott for governor, the first to name leader, has been sentenced to'Jl months Marshal. It landed him below the city The bel ale in the world for cut. bruttei, villain is made or the original and genuine Chilled Metal. Second, aoret, ulcert, alt rheum, fever ore, teller, chap.Simon Bolivar Buckner and tho first to iron in chilled parts is first quality Lake Superior Charcoal'. kin rup ped chilblains, in prison lor extorting money Irom em-- and upon his report an American man tlonahandi, oniiv'ly cute coma and all p.y requir the pile,orno and name John Young Brown. On Mr. ployers. Third, we ive you a solid point, no .scooping out or shaving off to was slowly prepared to pursue ifivtel. It i ifuaranteed to l'ric perfect atilwctior, cent per boa. save iron. 2 Brown's ability to get there our reputaFourth, we give you a solid mould board, no thick ed"cs The jurv trying Treasurer j the 'privateer. Of course it didn t catch or money retunded K. i'ennv, Suntord, Ky. For a!e by A. , ... ,. .. her. if he is not it .. .., :, .v. tion as a prophet rests ami with scooped back. Filth, the Vulcan mould board is re enforccd'o .vjianu, oi .Missouri, mr emoezzung .k,. Lagl Fehra,yi nhilereturuinghome nominated wo will quit uaming govern- 000 stood six and six for conviction and l,,c Sla,Ul Wc the strain of .iny other chilled u- uu.- -. from Hrtrr0i8t,rg with his young bride, w! ors in Kentucky." At this writing it wjn'-tono.pcici.il met,.... ahhi.o inoulci b(.ud hwrv 1'low guaranteed. 1'oifsaleby Cal. Vest was shot and killed by Jetr popu ur t.. In the aamc does not look like Bro. Sommera will have used Klectric Hitter doc-- not exut mii.1 it ol -P- atricide is not regarded as much of s ---. HoHjay an(1 hiB two irotlierfl. Jim W purer medicine have to quit prophesying. fJK S. guaranteed to do all that . da In.ed h ritr ic V . an onense in nicago. ratu noise cut i Matherly, a cousin of the murdered man, IIIC UltVI ..Ill m. till uupronouncable his father's throat while he slept and got j hrtB betJI1 coiiecting e idence against the A Syrian with an Stlw caused by Impure Mood Will prevent .i tilIM. professed drive a name, living in Damascus, has dissected only H yearsfor it. jloii(Inv8j but lias au Malaria from the vtcm and acureol -- Last week i7,lV)0,000 .if our good fr;cn(iHliip for them. Thursday Mather-gol- well a cure all Malarial the stomach of a silk woun and claims - v ":. Headache. Cn.tli.itim and lndietiuu tr lileior mLX was shipped to Kurope. making ,v KJiiranlec.l a brotliero( Ve8t were together trie IlltteM Hntfro aativlaction . per bottle that he has found the combination by anU Vs since January more than pur h.M1 Uu.y gRl. jHr Holiday pass by monrv refunded l'ii$ which he can make bilk direct from A It lViinv,drui:tore 1V DclerJn "npo,rtsmulberry leaves without fooling with Matherly caught up with Holiday and -- By a vote of W to LM the National olTareti him a drink. Holiday took the Worker. AVVondor the little worms. He ha accordingly ""auCS ' ii.ii.iib 4r si. ,..L llt.ffmin a VOURI! milll Conventional of Machinists, at I'itts- t MICHES, CLOCKS AKS JERUT. 8wailoxvt.tl u drink anI ton. C, states that lie had I'M" under f i neat Kent his nephew to this country for the bottlei ziiyv-.H-uveu trie u(AHVHim7 s v ..i nl.v.irnn. and git "'lunil ir purpose of starting a factory, which will burg decided to refuse admission to col-- . Uen went 0li 600 f.eu, tliu .itentuntilhcva. not ableto wl orcd men. ., i,0use near bv pronounced hn cast-twtonionyu ......... Qj probably be I6cated in Geoigia. p0jgon WL.t t to tr l)r K...K fable, lie -- New pension cer ificates to the an(1 , lied in great agonv. Thisis the 7th D.scovery for c'.msumptim;. Confih unU neatly and prompt-lto v.a was ,i ...... wi i,v ,i. .".,. ;,, ti1(, iinli. and at that limeresti.. not lie found before prohibitionists hold their state number of yi,5J5 were issued during Tub done. street ithout - payment on u.ese win ., , halfuf a dollar boi.le lh convention in Louisville next week. M""f ud hi- continued :o useit and i enj V" ter: I. ... tnir lliriiai. IIKIE 'l All Tlie reason for following so closely on .l It , K ii. ..j .. ..ji along the cnesi iriiiiiHc ..... ...-- - Liittle free at will take old gold or silver in eve liaise lor jjoods. The census shows that there are 07,- Reports of crop prospects (Stanford, Ky.) the heels of the democratic, powwow) I'cnny'ailruif. tre '":7 mdane persons confined iu the as-- . line of the Great Northern Railroad doubtless urows out of the fact that the ' l'laliiiumcan now be drawn into wire members want to be delivered from ylunm of this country, an increase of 7:5 are highly favorable. over 10 years ago. W. A. Hiatt and John I.. Doty ship stiuiulH so line that 'J7 twisteoof iwk ban. temptation. They expect that the dem-- V -- Capt. Verney, of tho Knglish army, ped 'JO cows to Green : Kuiliry, Cincin-an- d can b inserted iu the hollow oerata will drink ah' the liquor this week leave them no chance to look on Wfls given a year in tho penitentiary for nati, for which they paid $'X) per head, MUub' Norvo and Uvor Pills ...i. .i.. ..... conspiring to obtain a young woman for " Lancaster Record. the wine while it is red. Acton a new principle-".'-" . i :.i. tuiiih itic nertrt reports of the condition the purpose of debauchery. V.T,.,Latest Dr Mile" i'iili Vpeed.ly cu re Inlioiis liver, Pil'. ....... A ili.i.ntv I' S mnruliiil . .....; Hll.l tl... ..Unli ,.mn in flu. 1Kliiwnrt mill Mil ,....-- , tin,! ti te.' Or the 4 1.000 Convicts confined iu the. hu .....v. I,, ......u.... ' l..!,!,.... Smallrst . ............ .. .... lunni.n. Lii.iii.i ii ioliitip.it Cl."... .'."I-country, oniy i.mhii from ambush in Franklin couiitv. Ala ryland peninsula peuitentianes ol the re that the damage nnldrst, unrest so dines 33 cenis. "ani'ilen in FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, are women. The number of tho former hv illicit distillers, nnikim- - tho ihii-.- nfli from the fnot is very slight, the princi- at A. It Penny'. Stmifotd ...n.vv...... v... ii i. . uuiuuiii :e un wlio uc .1....1.1...1 ii .it cer muitiered in two years. nuuiu pal injury being to strawberries. wmii.iii. PRiceIHEADACHE AND ALL thcni were wearing striped clothes, while Maker, Ovid. Midi . hin M.irv At San Francisco W. C. Woodford J. H. Leonard sold 10 head of ewes Mm lif v.irjI. lliaiiklul.of Mm wa u urrjt nf. to tin; women might be turned out without remained awake loS hours. A' minutes. and lambs last week to 1'eii Guhhart for DISORDERS. years V tit short feter from pain In sldr, Berioutly disturbing the coiinliy. Theie The Detioit record was 144 hours, U0 i! for the old sheep and lambs thrown of iitnnnj run -- Hit di urtUsibio ra. Alif-txiltitt taUlnt f!iiiitiiPs. are really very few women mean enough minutes. He won only $100. iPREfAREDgy RICHJJRD50H-TAYL0- R Miles llenrt iv. I iim MED. CO. ST. L 01) 15 MO. (in. Another sale was made at i a head, of lr Oi.in f r years Cure, sii iiikI ryesiiit .M imnil to be in the penitentiary. . The C. tkO. switchmen at Coving-- 1 lambs included. Harrodsburg Demo- - l.eltrrni.iiriiw.l II nil perl.i... " ielin-ilnrtlieie.l ti) Use 'this it ciri L'tt !...: fill n ru nn " ""-- " tunttiituik ili.m. "" "" ..n.i , 'I'm. ..nvUr.,...u..t ; cs A H IVllilv. .UII t t.in.,lr '""...v. ..am.l.f !:.,!.:'"-- ui uieir crai. The Richmond Itegister says Squire Kons tints n tlruxKlsl, U,M"U""' lM,:""" .. tun Mies' fiorkun it ..K.. ..inininj; vvninKV money to meet the demands on its llr. ' " 1.1 "r"'' ,u I""''-'"v.ie1!n.t.-..vtt:,,: on .Infv .mil li.l.,.,.....! UM " ttiiiiHiiiBowiinws-pleted treasury that it is actually levyVII Called. Tin--- A special train of 20 cars, loaded at $10. Kmbry & Howen shipped from Thfflllllrt,liif u in,nIIt ing a iluty on honey bees. In order to tl'ifll fllirillf Ii fWVl ltlinftllaj ) ,A . lO f tt ltn.li .a I'M nt j1 r1t'lita tf lktftl tl'tlWtll l, --i ........I. .. ATJ ullti..t iiimr. i do so, however, a decmion had tube r!ii-"My win-.in het . ius nwi . j si.s i.Hu Cincinnati "I IIIO lliev liau lHiruuiisc" i.i ............ ...ur.., innjii, nmurh Hint lien .us iiros.'r.it .ti 'n tlireo . dered to the effect that tho busy little' ..i ' v Southern roads one day last week. of Baltimore. Of this number a simi '"'.. . iilii'a milt in C.heil" " .iii.l in in lnr-- ,n n.ttfi workers me animals. At Mayfield a Newport News and quantity was for the Cincinnati market, institute m iincu'ii iur in inmnin 'i;ie, ail billed for Nervl'M ,u.r U.ii.'.irf t.i'i.v. ' Thi. aho.iid Tiik editor of tho Covington Common, Mississippi Valley train crushed a wag- - '.'00 were for expoit and of bt tisril In nil i.oiiiluclirs. U.iul.auluis. cts, hey cost oj i n saiiLMiine soul. Hear i,!,,,. on load of people at a crossiinr. Twoi Jersev Citv. N. J. life, nrrou distiirtMiii'us, Ills, rnriiiiiMiisiii, ki''-'I two had limbs cut oil', Kingman won the l'hoenix Stake at etc. Au t a. r. iennv dmic More for tre The nomination of John Vouug Ihown wt'rtJ ami ' The analysis by a Cincinnati chom-th- I exington, Michael --M, ii miles in l:.)..l, trial botllu Heart. Dr. .Miles' new boots ou tin is a political certainty. He will entei Nflr.el anrt convention with a compact follow- - ist of the spleen and liver of W. II. which makes him a big favorite for thu for Before his owner, ing and a career unstained in the service Snooks, the Louisville bridegroom who Derby died of poisoning, revealed a quantity of Kinsea Stone could secure the $:!,720 democracy. of "Casturlftl so well adapted to children that Castorla ctireti Colic, Oonstlpntlon, copper. : won in the race, an injunction was servHour Stomaoli, DUrrba'a, When Dby was sick, we gare her Cantoris. I recommend Itassuperlortoanj-prescriptioKills Worms, elvt-- sleep, and proinottsj dj. Tub Insurance Herald, of Louisville, Kdward Atkinson, of Boston, tho ed on Uen. Uobinson restraining him When she was Child, she cried M. I)., II. A. known to me." for Caitoria. t tho excellent monthly edited by Mr. (eminent statistician and from paying it. Tho action is caused by When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla. So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Without lujurious medication. Ill K." Allison, blossomed forth last writer on economic subjects, with Kingman not picking up a penalty in When she bad Children, ue a Tli CKMTac CoMriNT, T7 Murray Street, Jf. V. thein Castorla. into a weekly, thereby demonstra- -' ty of Kastem capitalists, are in Middles-tin- g the Phoenix Hotel Stakes, when his that it is both a popular and a pay- - boro, where a banq'uet was given them owner claims that he won tho rich Hydo Saturday. ing institution.. l'ark Stakes at Chicago last July and is Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal W. WALTON. 1- It mu9t take a man of supremely keen perception of the ridiculous to enjoy a hearty laugh at his own execution. Wm. Price seems to have been one of the very few of the sort. He was hung t? :.! In frtMl.AM l fiHina " o II) 1MI . .'IIUBUUII, .uw., lining, IUi i.s. in " - 1t'1 irirl rTmimttlml Bllll'lllo i't..-.ar.1.- Steps front of the prudent purchaser's pocket much value for dollar. In our store elsewhere and a little more. Why? because quantities and therefore ECOIVOMY ! and demands know can always answer: as much larger buy & - bat-is- . CHEAPER THAN OTHERS,at 00 Mtirs Challies a yard. I tin-beg- in ( Because also our immense business enables us place our goods in the sinners9 hands at lower proportionate expense; and lastly because are wun smuaer per ventage projit, beticving that smalt profit many sales is preferable large profit on few. will mention a items of paying qualities in Dm Clothing, Carpets, Malting. Jldts. '.V'i nl ' 1 .'. . step-daughte- MATHERS I i walk-ove- At $1 a paii. 'y BmKT . at 10c and all other Ladies' Slippers at KID GLOYES at low prices. and upwards. Matting, ijard wide pay ugliest price for j THE LOUISVILLE STORE Proprietor. grand-childre- n, AM) l-- NEW STORE, NEW GOODS. NEW PRICES. )l a. - I . t - - ,.-..- . w -- -. . ' ... ". I l ..... 11 I , ti. , i.. "" ... ,,, '" a"' loS,-00- Fnot Slci-pi- run-tin- .. W. E. PERKINS, , I 0. The Plow of the Age, niK "ine u-ed - ana-gosit- y. 1 of-w- ar - ex-Sta- I . i I l. thuS1: -t -I. -- ! - Ji. W. H. TTT-PA-BW- i ,i. , a, d -- 00 - ririsw akM1 w 'viisisr H0BT. FE1TZBL, V j ,,, pooiJ-si.t-t- , e,-,.(.- te -- -- -- ra-- kr ""' 1 t-- . ''' i . immm Work Warranted. 1 mm4 y Fine Watches a Specialty. . ' .... .... f ' DOCTOR TAYLORS ' ... - ' - " ....:...! i lirt-utli- , " iI 0 - - l FOfUMIUS dt URE URE I -- ira-io- n C7 -- in-a- r JUcents , r 1 MALARIAL nit vi,inli-rfllll- I Iv.-- n a I l I " l.r-l.- ' u-t--- 1 ,.... '"""'S' 1 ms:tlln. " .- H-- s"j v I ""., I - ... I ....... - '' '.-;;,,,.,, , h.-jh-- . I ,, fr , . . I "- - d I MM M : M Infants and Children. ret-tloKriu-tatloJL-- o par-iss- ue gc t '.lY.V 'TWWJ " Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Ky., GKltMAN MILLET BCOk at B. K. & W. II. Wearen's. IitiHit roTATUKs Saturday morning at IiIrIi- - STANFORD, May 12, 1801 Karris st Hardin's. - I fruit and that excepting those trees that shares of stock are in tho lowgroundn and on branches, .Soda Watkii, this bt'st over ninth', now in the First National Hank of Stanford thu yield promises to be even better than Is Receiving His reaily at W. 11. MrltobiTts. sold at auction yesterday as follows: It. heretofore. MEANS BUSINESS. I want'J-")hooiLMrpunturs at once to L. Porter live at fll.VJr,, W. M. Lackey KvdRAMvo lionutifully nml artlsticnlly Yesterday was a dull day in every whom I will pay yooil wanes. t!jnt' . It. I'unny'H. Addrees five of Btttnc price and J. II. Colliersix at particular. The machine men from the $11:5. IIne your wiitch, rlork ami jowolry It. 0. Urailley, lInrro!8lur;. various counties surrounding were pres- Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give uim a call. rfpairiMl at A. It. iVimy'.i. All work It" you want the best binder on the ent and talked loud and long but with Mn. J. S. Ohmi.ky, Sit., was brtinkint: a warniuUMl. market buy the Deering. For sale by little or no ellect. Some 150 cattle were Kk.mkmiikii thatnll silvcrvan. wiitelicH, yoiiu marc n few days ao, wht'ii tliu A. T. Nunnelley, who also keeps a full on the market, i rips fii, hoinrlitat A. It. IViiny'ri will animal but only about 50 changiintniiiiau.tlilf ami ran in- line of repairs and thu best twine made, ed hand". Heifers sold ut 3 cents: mrnviMl frr of cliurnt'. f to a fcnci', fiimtaininj; Injuria from ' all at prices and terms to suit the times. butcher rattle :., tr. .... which she tliuil. '!. l..A..ra v. .'4, itrtuiiD 03 PERSONAL POINTS. Give him a call. couple of plug hows sold for $33 and . T",,E wl" ,,t! mx 8U,'et irl graduates A lot of Texas yearling mules A. riiiiANBKv emtio up ywrtunlny ami Am. the barroom licenses at Junction We keep in stock a full line of all kinds of Staple Groceries, which ' t,li" 'tar' " lhl'.v Htaml t,u'ir fvamina- - City have expired, except G. I). McCol-lum'- were taken down at $20. Crowd pretty IHpt-tho boys in the LouiHvillo Ston-- . we will take pleasure in showing and make UihsMattik Kino, of I'.irk.vill.', iH tionn, h.cli thoy no douht will. Tliy and bis will be out July 1. After fair. iU0 Mi,RepB Clara Ll'rk,''' . " .jsiUiiBhwHhter, Jlw. Will Sinkhorn. the Doylu county people will have ,w,ll,8t"r Juniu that yV,!. .VEW AIIVKIITISEMENTS. Oi it old wrihra, It. U-.- Davia and W. to depend on the blind tigers and drug J Ivlmiston, woro in to 8eu u yter- - Hdand andMary Vanov stores for their intoxicating beverages. Glassware, Oueensware, Table and Pocket Cutlery. A full line of l'av MoiikFiiost. A Harrifion county man, Ot'it colored statesman, George W.Gen- CARRIAGE Baskets kept in stock, all of which we are offering cheap to the public. Mil- -. J mkh Mii.iii'hn and Miss Xannio wi,0 jH 8a,j l0 i,rtv ,,mjictu(l tliu latu Come and see us. Walter went to Danville Friday to viHit fr0Hte, wuvh v will liuvo others on the try, came over from his distillery to take HavltMj c ureil thf rricM cifa til st clan-s a hand in the republican convention (neutls. pjintcr, am now prepared to do all kinds of jlOlh and 21th. Ho eay it thundered on Ma. T S. Ki.kin and wife, of I.ancaH;, tll0st! ,tayH in Aprll um, ,10 ,levc.r iaH yesterday. He made a game fight for ter, have heed of Mr. and MrH. M. known it to ail for frosts to come on tV (Jen. W.J. Landram, for district com- Repairing and Repainting Of carriiK" and buegie. Cive mo a call mitteeman, but ho was downed by the . Klkin. correapomlim; daya in May. W.M IMUOHKRTN " Hradleyites by an overwhelming majorMiw. Susan Kk.wkik.nt lian returned Tiik Hoyle republicaim sent their dele- - ity. See proceedings elsehere in this 'diii it vmit to hereon, Dr. Andrew, at Kati-uniiiHtructed, except to rust the issue. REPOKT OP THE CONDITION Jlopkitmville. or WllAY vote of the counlv for Hon. John W. MlHMM ANN IK big hitch in the water AND (.iKOItriK TiiKiti; is a Dealer I ii I. avt-- for Iuisvilht today to attend tliu Yerkca for incinlier of the Statu Central informed THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, words construction, but we are ' Committeu from tins district. The poii- - by the moneyed men of the concern that Miitical Featival. AT SI'ANIOKI), Miw. Tom Mmr.m went to tionis now held by On. W. J. lindram, they intend to see that they are built acMn. In the St.iif of Kentucky, at the close of biuine s who ia chairman of the committee. I neviliu to apend apend noiiiu time with May 4, 1851 Unfortunately cording to agreement. JuiJkc C W. Mftralf, for the town the company as a whole KKhOURCr.S. I'iiom thu Insurance llfruld, published Salt, Lime, Cement, Tiling, Farming Implements, &c. I.fMns and whs, r. C. I'iiick, hon Herbert and 487,971 j c tind that Stanford paid did not sign the contract and it may be Overdraft., diiiotints at secured and iin.tr red Mra. Sima and daihter, of Danville, 4.316 31 will be left in a hole. But of this that it luut nut .' J!) frir ln Itiuiiriirif-iU. S liond to secure circulation jo.ooo 00 h.nebeeiivia.t.iiKMra.J. h. larr.a. 11I1(, biu:k 0II M,,.H jW. securities, claim., etc alivile more anon. . n.93 97 moit I(K) Lincoln eounty democrata, paj(, t,,,4os and rece.ved Sll.Jtel; liar- 3.941 S2 three heavy frosts it, turned 1ii- from approtrd rcrve unts i.Ah,dinir the editor, w.l atari to the ro1,,,llrK ,,;,, Hank s.Sia V ?Mm and drew out M,. warm Friduy and ever since has been as Due IriHii mlier N.illomland Hanker Due Irum Mute Ilankt 635 j ji.vriuiuii loiiHy 10 wurK lor ttnrreii. 127; JjincMHter 5U0:7 and received Dicks' Feed Cutter, Hocking Valley Corn Sheller. i!, hot as August and dustier. The farmers Keal estate, furniture and fixture..., 9, jo oo Mh. T. C. Jani'KH, cashier of the Piano ss.s. Current epene and taxe pid.... complain greatly of the severe drouth, '.5'3 14 (i'l'TIIM. Viltiflllnl Itlllllf U'jIO Imm Vl'HttT Premium- - on If. S. ltondt i.co pt of a readable letter which has practically stopped their ope- C'heiks and other cash items dav nliaklnic hands nitli hia manv , Wk are in .e.-ii,vt 39 getting cloudy yesterday Kxihanesfor clejriiiR.liotuse ""' ',a''hl,l,,,i Texas, with no signature rations. It was frietitlH 9J? 00 save ".Inn Milphur, which is evidently and notwithstanding the prediction of Itill ot other Ikmkv. KraitHinal paper currency, MckeU and of I'xiuifton, wlio Rt:. W. A (iiit-o.a noin de plume. Aa all newspapers the signal service for frost and clearing ' ent m 84 3V is ciiK"ucd iii raiiiiiiKit fund forthc Clitia-- have an invariable rule to publish no weather, rain seemed to be in sight. sP"-9,69) IX. Orphan Aaylum, waa with hia broth- - contribution without tun l tender nolo 3,365 no the name of the Fhom reports gathered from farmers all r Itev. John Hell Gibson, a few daya. writer, .Mr. Sulphur's ia consequently over the county yesterday, we learn Kedcmptioii fund with U.S. Tresnjr 5 pel ceni. of circnlaiHw Mua.ns. T. J. Hammonii and A. H. barred. jjo 00 that the wheat was damaged by thefrost lljie, of tiarraid, repieaentitiK the Willi to;M44 45 Halts if to fruit of alb kinds ,oUl ftrA Wood and McCormick Machine (ikoikikiown Coi.i.t.ot: has hiul an as- but general any. As is that fully 73 per i.iAiiii.rriEs. estimate sistant professor since last Sunday, the the Capital tmk tos. reapectively, were here yeatrrday. $j,ooo oo cent, is killed. In some localities all is Mirplut fund I rat bom of 1'rof. S. J. I'nlliam and wife, , 16,300 co W. O. Huadi.ky was hem yeater! Cou Colo?' 0.583 65 who is at thu home of her father, Col. gone, while in others the damage was L'nilivided profit day and na usual in line spirits. He's 45.ooo 00 M. Mullins. Falmouth Democrat. If It slight. In the northern partof the State National l!nk Note outtandini; IndtMdiial deits subject to check pot everything hia own way and there's 103,862 is a hoy, we sut:est that his father's the damage was even greater anil reports Demand certificate-- , ot dexiit 3,300 no nothing; to hinder him from beim ii);ht-name, Stonewall Jackson, would be a from the West and North tell of im- Due to other National Hank 4,45857 lirarted and happy. mense and irreparable damage to wheat Due 10 State Wanks and bankeri 334 $9 mighty giood one to perpetuate. JVeal's Mh. ani Mhs. (ikohok H. Hiicck are Notes and hills rediscounted., 5. '75 00 and fruits. Suck ditidend unpaid diBpoaitiK of their hoiiwhold i;oods, pre- 6 no 00 Siisi'itisi: I'aktiks. Misses Annie AN In the county court yesterday the will Total paratory to leaving htantonl, wincli "u.corn und .Mntimi I.ynn were each 39'.4 45 of Col. T. W. Miller waa admitted to say they have determined to prised" Friday niht by thopttheiin at STAir OP KENTUCKY, uiuniy 01 Lincoln, do in the near future. their homes of,a merry crowd of youne. probate. It is in his own handwriting I.JohnJ McKoUert'., cashier of above named after-- , people. Fortunately for the surprises, and bequeaths everything to his wife to Mk. 0. C. CAitso.vaUrted Sunday Hank, do olenmly wixir that that the abo c u true luthc bct of mv know'mlRe and noon to drive throuuh to Louisville, so the "surprisce" hail an inklint: of their dispote of by will or "otherwise as she JOHN J MckOIIKK'IS Cahifr to do all kinds' And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r Mrs. Miller and he and his brother, J. T., can have coming and a delightful fepast was spread may deem proper that Subscribed sworn me this day are appointed execu- or May, 1801 and W. M. to before T, N. 1. oth C. Hon. J. S. Owsley of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. IIRIOH the use of their nice horso and plmton at each of the hospitable homes, I. . Correct alte'.t: tors without security. The will of A. in the cltv for a few weeks. I. S. llOCk(R, ) Tut L. .X. will sell excursion tickets G. Cowan was also probated. It gives T i.'i. r. J. KobTEK, .ml iio.i..r i Directi .Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, S. fl. IIugiimanJ w u.ir..r w..r..iir J ... Jf ..,','. . to Louisville at one fare for the round all of his estate, some $:t,000, to the .... ..... v..m i.r.1,1 v .ii.nr. ... day and night. tntly very proud of their bank state- trip on the following dates: May 11 to children of his sister, Mrs. J. N. Mene- CONDITION OK THE 1,", ood returning May 11); 10 to IS, Kood fee, and makes Mr. Menefee executor. ment, which appears on this pace, mil 'till 2 1, on account of the .Democratic Liquor license were granted Mrs. Mary FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. of which they have a good rinht to 1m. It. onvenuou, i.iin, .locney -- inn a. Hares, C. Vanderpool, at Crab Orchard, and AT STANFORD, luisollice was honored Saturday ' ltlthtolS, Music reatival, 12tli to Kith, George H. Carpenter, Stanford. At the clone of business May 4, 1891. ternoon by a delightful call from tliei.... hlks' lteunion, to IJHli. For par- following handsome belles and beaux.'.. Tk prohibitionists held a mass meet KKSOCRCKS call on or addrrs.s auy L. A N. , ticulars Miss Mattie Hosley, Kugenia Pu ham "iiu $359,tw Ss agmt, or ,,, . ... . lVnn, T. 1. A., June- - ing yesterday to send delegates to thu Ovrrdiafts 5,565 17 and hlma and Katie Ilaker and Mesats. '.. which meets in Louievillu convention, tl0n ll'Due from Hanks 4,638 01 K. lnble, Isaac and W. G. Fox, on thu lUtb, to nominute candidates for Hank House, furniture and fixtures.., 7,300 00 i Warren Shelby. Tiik Court of Appeals has atlirmed the State ollices. Chairman A. W. Carpen- Kvpencs MS 9 Mk. Claiiknci: K. Woods, of the Hich- - decision of thu Laurel circuit court d ter presided and Peter Carter acted as Cah 7,9 37 Register, one of the brightest wii- - tencing Wila Jennings to the penite- secretary. Rev J. (J. Montgomery nts aa well as the cleverest gentlemen tiary for life for tliu murder of John the meeting and the followI.IAIII1.1TIKS. with the Kentucky press, ley in' Harlan. Jennings has been in jail ing list of delegates were appointed: A. Capital stiK'k . f k,ooo 00 made us a pleasant call en route to Leb-- here ever since hia sentence, awaiting W. Carpenter, J. . Montgomery, J. T. Surplus $i5,ciuoo 7,750 69 21,750 iw f.non to attend a meeting of the Knter-- ' the result of the appeal. Hesides Hackley, Dr. Traylor, A. II. Hustin, J. Undivided profits, 141. 4M "3 stockholder, in which he still re- -' dering Itailey, numerous other murdeis II. Collier, Mack Holmes,.!. T. O'Hair, Individual deposit- - . Due tn It.inks 9.138 r7 are charged to him, though bo does not W. G. Hubble, M. N. F.arly, Lewis Hills lams a number of shares. l.4o 90 Out clever agent, Mr. J. A. Carpen- look at all like a murderer or a despyr- - Gooch and John Holmes. No instruc' l84,7.s 3o ter, is anticipating an extended trip. Hie ndo. tions wcie given, but thu delegates are I, John II Owsley, of tlie aboved ii.tiii.il IT. S. (Tiinmlii nml ' Miilivnv ii.i.nlu nf ll to vote as a unit. Chairman Carpenter Hank, do solemnly swear that the abuse statviucnt I tains, a Hom.k Itkms. Mis. , Mexico meet in convention at Denver, any nomi- is true to the best of inv knovvledce ami belief . L. Iarkington, was terribly tells us that he does not think sister of and besides taking Col on the JOHN II OWfcl.KY, Cusliier made for county otlices. .' burned by fa ling headlong into the lire, nations will be take a Southern tour , siworn to before me by J H.Owsley, this M.ij in, be will ilo.ing. Mad oga me pl.iving "., ', '.v. m. nin;nT, n r . c 11. 1801. FARM AND TRADE if EMS. and probablv sail on the peaceful Pa- while in havoc the Atoka neighborhood. One I1: -- For Sale. Thiee red bull calves. It. bit a $1,000 jennet belonging to W. A. REPORT OP THE CONDITION ... .." Miss M.MiiiiKiurK Ini.i.kh, of Pans. Caldwell and she vi die. It a , so ... a H. & P. Woods. the item which recently a writes httle and one of A. W. Carpenter sold to George Alin this paper, saying that she1.., m. Leathern, both of whom THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE, V were tak- - io rd a gelding for $130. ..,n New . was in a preparing , Al' Hl'SlONVII.l.r., C oh D. N. Prewitt sold to Spenro Hub dramatic company is erroneous, hho" The dog also bit four dogs, ble a yearling mule for In the si ite of Keutuiky, .11 tliiilo.r of liusinrsst her stn four cows and Fast short to wi May 4, 1S01 , three steers, Joseph Phelps sold to Carman Rros., lies of elocution, m wnich she is tl) ))0 iwj of oxen at 5110. KKSOUKCI.S of Casey, a yoke . very )rotlcient. $111 o.; 65 F. M. Howatd, of Hee Lick, bought I. mi- - .mil tils, ounts Dow s in How ling Gieen the grocers Pmiso.ns hss returned Miss Oscrdralts, Mjcured and unsecured 2,741 77 j of Fast Km! parties 10 head of mountain l'ouds to secure circulation I u.soo fioni a very pleasant visit to friends in have loimed a protective association, cattle at 2 J etc. Due from appnised reserve anent 14.913 8( bile there she waa so mi- - elected olliceis and adopted n Lebanon. JoliiiHon, of Hoyle, bought of West luifroin other N11tin11.1l I'm n Irs 9i75 7" to teach another session in the t:on, the lea ling fealuio of which is, butcher Due from Stale Hanks and Hankers. .. 34 So Knd parties a bunch of No. female college by the patrons of the that no member of the association will Real estate, furniture mid fixtures 500 (hi rts. 838 53 there tiiat she waa forced to do so, (,,'11 goods to anyone found on the black rattle at o A. Judy sold to Jas. K. Clay, Current espensus and taxes paid John Premiums on I'. S. Hiiuds too 00 notwithstanding iihu hud decided to Hat. It will be the duty of each meiu- of Hourbon, a lot of 120 good yearling Checks and other cMsli it. mis 378 05 quit teaching for the present. her to report promptly any person who Hills of other Hanks ,Su 1.. rattle at fciO. Winchester Democrat. fails to pay his account in a reasonable Kra. tion.il paper currency, nickels and Tho tobacco hou-- of F. N. Dohr-maCITY AND VICINITY. 11 59 tnts time and after he has been put on the A; Sons, in Covington, was burned. Spene ,s,83o ui bl'ick list, none of them can sell him exGkiim AN millet seed for sale at J. II. l.ejjal tendr note .. 7,500 o) Loss of Building ami contents $20,(H)0. cept for cash. The Stanford merchants Foster's. C. 11. Nelbon talks about trotting Redemption fund with I'. S. Ti.visurcr , per cent, of circulatxni might make a note of this and take 562 50 his expelled stallion, NeKon 2.10. Caniuks, cakes, fruits and in fact steps for their mutual benefit. Total $I7,365 49 against any horse alive for .520,000 a side. -everything in IHh restaurant line, at It. UAIIII.ITIKS. F.vkky change that the L. & N. makes II. C. Kzell, of Wilkerson, Tenn., Capital stock paid iii $50,000 00 Ziiniuer's. s . acss -- &ftar?'.r . c Surplus fund in its schedule on this division seems to an importer, sold 23 jacks at ?300 to . atotv. .. .l!.4ilBr' in 000 go 'S'-- . l!r. IV of jennets at $200 to Undivided profits Ux$.t.1? 7,038 gi with II rooma and garden be for the worse, so far at leasl aa our and a number A ileal iiknck . NaP011.1l Hank notes outsiaudiii); df&Jfc&RV 10,250 no Main street, for rent. people are concerned. The now sched- $500. attached, on s.;. Sri Indtsidiial deposits subject to check 90.931 69 "w- The life interest of S. K. Owsley in Due to other National Hanks ule, which went into etl'ect Sunday, Mrs. N. A. Tyree. i.jii 89 express, No. 23, the old Dr. Owsley farm of 220 acres, makes tho Total Found, in the Opera House, after Dr. pass here at J70kJ5 49 l:l." a. m., instead of L.V.I r. was Isjught at commniissioner's sale which the .VI'Air. OK KI'.NTL'CKY, IIhII'h lecture, a pocket-book- ; I v: K. P. OwHley for .$:5,000. No. 20, at 2:17 yesterday by m., and the County of L.incolu, fair owner can get by telling how much a. m., instead of ::! 1. These trains were K. H. Uealey has lost 20 line hogs V. Hoikr-rCashier of the above nameil I, J. solemnly swear that the ubovn statement Hank, money was in it. very popular for our people to go te with cholera and Robert MoAlister suf- Is true do the best of my knowledge and belief. i to J.V. HOCKKK, Cashier. on, aa a man could get a fair fered even worse. Dogs played havoc Ah usual Uncle Kd Meltoberts had the Subscribed and sworn to before mo this nth dav He gathered them night's sleep, either before starting or with S. M. Owens' sheep a few nights of May, 1801. O V. I'KACOCK, N. I'. J. C ' first Htrawberries. Correct attest. and says he will have a fair on returning, but the present arrange ago. Friday last 'I J KoiUNo!4, ) M. F. .Klkin A Co., bought of John I. 1' ltiifr, crop, though tho late blossoms are near- nient knocks nearly all of tho sleep out Directors Hay : I I'WSRO Al ' ohv,J of both nights. F. Cash a lot of fat cattle at :il to ly all killed. tt.o,WALTON,BUH,Mana(jer nut iMitrbiit vu. inning Tin: Lotimvillu Btoru will pay tlie . . ,. iiwn nirn- i'" Nkw lot of dressed and undressed kid centa; of B. G. Gover a lot of glovca in tans, grays and black. Sever- hogs at 3? cents and of W. M. Lackey a ance A Son. lot of mixed cattle at 2J to 3 centa. mm Mr. John McKee, who has a peach I'hivatkSai.k. J.'T. Kmbry sold to J. orchard of 32,000 trees near Kingsville, II. Collier five shares First National Bays that not much damage is done his Hank stock at SHU. 130-poun- d -- Da. W. I. Lktciikii's 1(5 1t.tj1ptlflt M.G.RUPLEY,- nt-A- Sprmgii Summer Goods r 1 i I -- 1 Fancy 8c Family Groceries m s, I ; ?"'". PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. FARBIS HABiDIlT. PAINTING. car-ring- i: I (jut-nt- J. B. FOSTER -- ai Groceries and Hardware 11 I i vi.-i- r j - Ai-tki- , Studebaker Wagons, Oliver Chilled Plows, f f 1 v, W. B. McROBERTS, 1 lA-a- DRUGGIST AND JEWEX.ER, Has the Newest and Latest Styles of Wall Paper, Every Shade and of Alabastine; The Best and Purest While Lead and Oils; i (14 1 Ready Mixed Paints and Carriage Paints; Sil- "sur-recrett- o Largest and Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks tate-inc- be-In- Pi.i-it.iw- ah-mu- k ' t w- -.. ' ...... 1 I ,,, JOE SEVERANCE, Jr., Agent for ' - i sen-mon- J ; 1 niur-pris- e rr .,, ... ' .' . . -' i 1 "... Il-rm: ...... ..!,,-- ' ..,,,,,,, .. , ,,,,., f constitn-portune- j d 1 1 n SI,-30- 0, u -- south-boun- '.).?& M-- JSsr vm Slim i'sbt "J1ir i!i . d Ammm, vmwWr" v 1 north-houn- , Lou-isvill- o WALTER A. WOOD'S Binders, Mowers, Rakes, Twine, &c. a. t a&t i. &... .iJtj;. jtit. V Semi-Weekly fr ? The National Bank and O. C. Quarterly tneeTfnR"will begin at clmrch Saturday next anil last Stormee' store have received fresh "coats of paint. over Sunday. Mrs. E. W. Lilian! and Misses Altie A Christian Endeavor Society was S'JPER YffiAR,iy A.D VANCE organized at Lancaster, and Miss Mary and Bessie Marksbury, united with the "When not so paid $2.50 will be charged.-Robinson was elected president; Misa Baptist church at the regular service Sunday morning. SallieElkiu secretary and Miss Kate K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mrs. Colby Jenkins dieft at her treasurer. At tlitf SStli anniversary of the Brit- home in Lower Garrard Saturday evenTrain leaves Kowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at 5:20 p. m ish and Foreign Bible Society it was ing. Funeral services were held at the L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. shown that since its foundation the so- Fork church Monday, after which the J 30 pm ciety had published and distributed remains were interred in the Lancaster Mail train going North.... . .131pm " " South. Bibles in ,".00 languages. cemetery. Express train " South... 1139 pm .. .. ... . 111 am North..., The Southern Baptist Convention An unusual amount of interest in .6 sj a m Local Freight North.... largely at- being taken in the meeting at the Chris,.5 tip m at Birmingham is unusually South. The latter trains aUo carry passengers. tended. Saturday an effort was made to tian clmrch. Services are held every above is calculated on standard time, Solar The raise the debt on the Louisville Semina morning at 10:UO and in the evening at S time is about 30 minutes Taster ry, when S2(,000 was either put up or o'clock. Elder Thurp is n splendid orapledged. tor and commands the entire attention B. MARTIN, Dr. Talmage continues to speak of the large audieijces that greet him. Of Glasgow, is a candidate for Clerk ol the Curt strongly against prosy Bermons. His ad- Up to and including Sunday night 110 adf Appeals, subject to toe nctlon of the democracy vice to all preachers is to get shaved and ditions had been made 'to the church. to put more ginger into their work, and The meeting will continue this week it's very good advice for all public and probably longer. speakers. J. T. Eason has returned to CincinIs a Candidate for Auditor of the State ol A remarkable revival is in progress nati, after a short visit to his parents. will of the Democratic party. subiect to the at Cleveland, conducted by Evangelist Howard Marrs hits gone to Shelby yille. Mills. Nearly all the bnsinos houses Mrs. Win. Shugare is very ill from a Dr. A. S. and manufactories close for the Wed- stroke of paralysis. Dr. Steele Bailey, of SURGEOy DENTIST. nesday service and over 10,000 persons Stanford, was hero last week mingling Main street, over W. It McRoberts' Office Jon have signed cards signifying their inten- with his many old Lancaster friends. L. Drug btore, Stanferd. D. Hollingsworth is in Louisville on tion of becoming christians. The new library building of the busines?. Col. Joe Weisiger and family Southern Baptist Theological School at have returned from Orlando, Fla., where DR. W. B. Louisville was dedicated last week. The they bpeut the winter. We are glad to building cost $30,000 and is the gift of tate tliat Mrs. Weisiger's health is greatOffice South side Main street, in o'.'.ice recently Mrs. J. Lawrence Mnith, daughter of ly improved. J. T. Palmer has been in nified. weeks ago tho English A few club in vacated by Dr. L. F. HufTiuan, Stanford, Ky. James Guthrie, formerly piesidcnt of the Lancaster for several days. vited us all to :t tea to meet Oliver Wen-- 1 Louisville and Nashville. doll Holmes. It was very warm and ' DR. I.. B. COOK, COVINGTON STOCK YARDS. Ktder E. S. Dudley died in Bourbon there was quite-1- crush, and you'd think the dear old man would have been tired PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Saturday. Ke was born in Fayette con Great Reduction in Yardage. shaking hands with mi many, but h Jan. 23, 1S11, and was the son of Gen. 1M)L BeKY. STANFORD, Cowm.ton, Ky., May 10, James Dudley, a captain in the war of lieving m tho motto "Live and let live," said lie enjojtsl it, and was persuaded to Drug Store Residence, Office over McRoberts' 1S12. He was a member of the "Regu- we have cut the yardage on live stock read us the "Chambered Nautilus aud James I). Owens' property at the Jumtion ot Dorothy." j and Datmlle pike lar Baptist" Church and for V,0 years had down to tho previous charges, lien lio went wo escorted him to the been pastor of the church at Stony viz: Cattle 12J cents instead of 25; hogs door, and one of tho girls gave him a A rvam of taitar t aitinf ow Icr llijhf.t Of all in leavening Urcnctlt t. H I ;, (iern C. MORGAN, D. D. S. Point. R. o cents instead of 6; sheep 2jc instead of beautiful hunch of pink relets Then ho r'ootl Report Miss Catherine Drexel, who is now 5c. This reduction will be in force on drove off, bowing and smiling, and wo DENTIST. waved our handkerchiefs to him until ho a nun in the Mercy Convqnt, Pittsburg, and after the above date. Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, Pa., is 2S years old and worth $7,000,000 Our yards have undergone thorough was out of sight. upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Uas given for painless Wo feel quite olutetl at tho honor, for in her own right After her novitiate, repair and are second to none in the extracting. they say Dr. Holmes declined to meet Lot on Main Street in Stanford STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Miss Drexel will become the superior of country for convenience and all desira.STAMFORD, KKNTt'CKV. tho Harvard EtiglMi club. At all events a new order of nuns, who will work ex ble accommodations and we guarantee we had him, anil they didn't, a. ret. Containinf Ha a firtt Jut llarber Shp nn Malnttrtet op and this is potlte I'urlman Hon.c, aixl tntilet a nhare nf jour clusively among the Indians and ne- satisfaction to all patrons old and new. indeed a triumph for tho Annex. Cor. rmteaty T K W LTOV, Stanford. patronage Prompt attention tn xittlile call ami groes. fxKial attention to ladien aud hildrer Wo.k New York World. Respectfully, in the latett ttf le with ncatnet) and ih There was a disgraceful row in the W. A. Pktkk, Supt. S 6m pate I' SAI,K OR On . In the corporate limits, of Rowland. .y mi it VMt. Church of the Ascension, Hamilton, Ont., After 0110 has Iven away from homo Measuring a Billion Dollars. i growing out of the introduction of a stir- E6 II J. DARST. Rowland. aii'jS 'lSfB3ssprifor time how glorious a thing it always pliced choir from Christ Church CatheThe New York World estimates that is -to get back! How good overvlxxlv is The Very Desirable Residence dral, The Congress spent more to you, and how at the supper turned oil the the billion-dolla- r tablo they And M. BRUCE, lot on Dantille atreel ft' the home gas and the organ water, and interrupt- money than all tho workers in the "pro- Imiks tliH biggest iloughnutd anil lay tho in coHi repair and iotai 5 rivmii I he yard it ed senices with cat calls and secular tected" industries can earn in three juicy bits of tendtr!oin (figuratively large and beautiful auJ altogether UYBT, SALE AND FEED STABLE, songs. The police were called in. years. It certainly spent more money clunking) at jour feet! Wouldn't it be Tho Pluco 1b ono of tho Most Do- STANFORD, KY. On our first page will be found the than would have paid off the entire na- nice if we always kept on such good litfhtful in Town. tional debt. It speut as much money as terms in tho homo life? Nocroxs words, SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL programme of the State Sunday-Schoo- l Will .HI ar rent m (Mi term no biting Kircc-mways! MISR I.Vi K. VAkNO.W travelers. Horses and males bought and sold Convention to bo held here June 5. the entire wheat crop of the country for Half tho marriagfa no disobliging no tt Stanford, K that turn out Only horscsnud vehicles used in livery It will be one of the largest gatherings three years would amount to. If the to ponce and concord would of any kind ever held in Stanford as money were in 51 bills and the bills not prove Mich dimal failures, jwrhnp, over 400 delegates are expected. Our placed end to end, they would reach al- if restless husbands and wives would ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, people without regard to denomination most half way from the earth to the agree to live apart once in a white, and I desire to sell ray larm ot about 130 acres, situated about iJi miles north of Stanford on tht doubtless will take pleasure in assisting moon. They would encircle the globe resume a new order of things with fresh Setriithatid Market Street Hush liranch pile, opposite the old church There the lest book that ever four times at the equator. If an expert reunions. are about 50 acres in wheat and rye; the balance to entertain them. of the farm well set in timothy. Good dwelling Kev. J. M. Evans, in a four months' cashier could count 100 of these bills a was written. Ono tires of reading that Kontucky, of four 'rooms and kitchen and a splendid Hew ami nothing else. Von can lay jwido Louisville, Kirn; is well watered and fenced. Possession can evaugel in West Virginia, took 19o minute, and work ten hours a day with- SiiHkesjR'aro even for Dill Nye and find be given immediately. For particulars, sev J. P. into the Presbyterian Church out a pause, and P(3 days a year, it refreshment iu tho change. WILL OPKN MfJNDAV.MAR lluiley, Stanford, or write the undersigned at E. WITHERS. Cincinnati, Ohio. and organized two churches with 00 would take him nearly 20 years to count Ono may lw very fond of well niado members each. Besides this he organ- the whole. If the whole sum were in rvilad, but heaven itself has no balm for llavlni remoired my llarber Shop to the Com Having 'l out our enure ititereit in the hotel, mrrciat llutrj, I am prbpateil in accommodate la ized one Sunday-school- , gold and loaded in freight cars, rilling tho indigestion induced by an everlastfour on Jetfeuon ttreet, we hate raoel tn attr Jd illea a well a gentlemen in anything they ma itand that e occupied SHELTON HOUSE, raised money to erect one each car to its full capacity of 40,000 ing oil and mustard diet. And so n man on Seventh and Market IV year aceo u crfullr wni in my line, ChiUren alao waited nn lafy no. fitting it "ii mc everything that is glorious us a up in eliNtantfttiape, uc ttreet. JIViK TIlOMrSO.V, church building and to pay off a debt of pounds, it would require a train of 100 may t throttckuut and thn InCommerrial lintel hiiibatul, and n woman be everything will In eery ay be elegant, iniludm; one at J. H. UREER. Proprietor, SI.OOO on another. earn to transport the gold from place to Hale't Safety I'acBgcr a4 Wtsmit Kletatort that is alluring ns n comrade, but forty We vant all The annual report made to the 2i)th place. In silver about 1,500 freight cars years' steady and unbroken companion- - Kilhall the late ii.prormwit - our old friend t and tee ut in our old iioiue international convention at Kansas City, would be required. rrom estimates Miip iK'comes nn irksome irritant rather We promise you tliat our rwmi, t Sle and erti t. c accommodations at Reasonable rates. thai! bo jfcond tn none the lirxl My wlfr, Open day and night. Sample room and good livery of the Young Mens' Christian Association! like these the people can get soino f tint than n balm of Gilcml and n crown of Jo II, Alexander want in t" 'e remember-i- l !" all MACIC in connection joy. Try it if the ntimwphcro of homo urU'ly fnendt and the ili ej i to see t' cm shows that the onler owns real estate to and inadequate notion of the inconceiva p r day re ',l.oi ii-CHICKEN gets dull aud hiiltry. Hun away from aol.ive them JOheailyAI KAM)HI Manager H the value of $12,500,000; its indebtedness able amount ef monev the billion-dolla- r ioi each other for n whilo and neo if tho is but $2,500,000; has in its pay 1.0S3 Congress spent. Boston Globe. novelty of reunitnl dooMi't freshen up . . CHOLERA CURE! of the association; has 779 reading There has been quarried in Maine a life. Thero is nothing like familiarity rooms and 040 libraries, containing in will be much to breed contempt, and nothing like 1 am welt prepared to bore wells and will do the the aggregate 500,000 volumes. The to- solid shaft of granite that a good manner and promptly wcrk larger than the obelisk in Central Park change to keep tho blood young ami the tal membership is reported at 225,000. pulses warm. Chicago Herald. One Dollar a Foot. largest monolith in the At Kev. Sam Small lias "resigned" the and will be the Call on or address me at Stanford, Kentucky. Klliit'ft M'limd .Murrliit;... TIIR CnCAT IIOCbKIIOLD ItUMCUY FO presidency of the Utah University of world. It is without a crack or Haw and t L. T. SMITH. The second marriage of George Eliot the Methodist Church, at Ogden; or per- is 115 feet long and 10 feet square at the has always boon tho great mystery of cr-iThe largest Egyptian obelisk, haps it would be better to say the direc- - base. L her nt range cntver. She was supposed 105 feet high. told him they did not want him any which is now; at Rome, is it by 10 to Iw so absolutely dovoted to Lewes SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, longer, so he got mad and quit. They so that the Mamo stone exceeds SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. weigh not far that their friends could not conceal their claimed that he was extravagant in the feet. It is computed to amaoniont when her marriage, PRICE DO CENTS. took place less than eighteen months afuse of the University moneys and did from S50 tons. his death. Circumstances came to Doxfend tlirro twixent fctatn: 1 1 jr freo aamnlo ter BaM nul book. not hesitate to make himself n reveler in A train starts daily at tho b.une moEliot n few the luxuries of life at the expense of the ment from San Francisco to New York, tho knowledgo of GeorgeLewes which weeks after the death Of AT funds. and onu daily from New York to .San froze up her enthusiasm for his memory. A reporter in his rounds Sunday Francisco, the journey lasting seven If Drowning left any journals behind & CO.'S," night noticed that M. s of the days. How many trains will a passen- him n revelation on this subject will 1 hoiisatnU of dollars worth of chi- k- congregations of our churches were laABSOLUTELY PURE, ger meet in journeying on one from San probably bo tumid in them, as he was ens .iro (h'xtroved hv Clioloni tverv . . . dies. If it was not for the women of this Ky. Francisco to New York? Counting the one of tho very few persons who were FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH.V year. It is nioro fatal to tiiein than acquainted with tho discovery which country, church worship would be slim-l- y one arriving as ho leaves and the one .ill other di.scaH'3 combined. Hut tht' AND NURSERY PURPOSES. attended. As a general thing the leaving as he arrives, he will meet eight. changed George Eliot's feeling toward of a liquid remedy that Lowes. TAR-OIwife is at church praying, while the CO., Chicago, dextroyd tho Microbes has been It would require ten trains for such serThero aro very few peoplo still Hung husband is standing on the street s vice. who aro qualified by perbonnl knowledge R.Penny aid I, I. Iliurne, ' mado. Half of tho yotinjr chickens lor ale liy talking politics, or betting on the to write about tho early connection be- Stanford aro killed by .Microbes before they aro P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. It is shown that the catch of the sea- tween George Henry Lewes and George next horse race. God bless the women. fryero. A bottlo ia enough for son just ending in Baltimore amounted Eliot, Jessamine Journal, aud hitherto this gifted pair have I have recently taken charged this 100 chicken.". It is guaranteed. If, Set- to over 12,000,000 culled oysters. The been invariably the object of excessive Hotel and intend keeping it at its present hlsjh The meeting of the Christian churchafter umiij,' two thirds of tt bottle, you standard. Special attention given to the traveling into force nnd discriminating1 panegyric. If Mrs. es at McCormacks Saturday was one of new culling law, which went public. aro not satisfied with it as a euro for great protecconld only bo induced to the most successful and pleasant meet- this season, has furnished Cholera, return it to the drugget from First-Clas- s tion, and it is estimated that 2,000,000 of givo tho world her recollections nnd imings ever held in the county. A large whom you purchased it, and he will oysters have thus been saved pressions respecting them I am sure site attendance, a superb dinner, a perfect uncalled In connection. Also refund your monev. on tho rocks. This insures a catch next would produce n most lively and enterMay day, and christian love and enthu-sissttaining account, which would certainly Pool and Billiard H, McRoberts, drugj;iit, StanFor ialbmade it an occasion long to be re- season of at least 10,000,000 bushels. excito considerable controversy. Lonford, membered. Money was nledaed bv the Kentucky has recovered $500 don Letter. A girl in A. G.l.GltAM, John b. castikhan churches represented to employ an evan- damages from a steamboat company for CmicllliitliiK tln Lute Lamented. .A gelist for the county, aud the committee naming a boat after her without asking Thero is a widow in town who is selected Elder J. W. Zachary, a young her permission, and they must thinking seriously of marrying ngain, man full ot ability and worth. The the boat. Sho took offense at a marine but she is so afraid her first husband (D tOUISVIltt HWA18AT CHICAtO Rt ((9- outlook for succesful missionary work item stating that "Kittie Marshall took will bo offended that she visits hu grave nnd prays to him to forgive her. .TO. in the county was never more hopeful. the lower chute and ran her nose into a iLEXINGTON.K'i'J His grave has been better attended to Elder Livingston, the former evangelist, plantation." Detroit Free Tress. tho last six mouths than ever before. declined to serve longer. His labors as did Sho has an idea that this attention will Mrs. Homily (after church) How And evangelist were highly appreciated by 7 IF YOU WANT conciliate him. Atchison Globo. you come to preach on backsliding, deartiro brethren. roA,&STWir,ST A number of Jeffcrsonville, Iml., colest? You Baid at breakfast that you Card of Thanks. AND A "HAPPY COOK, UdE were going to preach your sermon on ored boys, nono of them over twelve ......... And.,.. , I desire to thank, througn the dear In- profanity. ' yeara old, stolo a Iocomotivo from the MANAGERS, terior, our many warm friends of StanThe Rev. Dr. Homily I had intended railroad yards of that town and offered Commerce Building, Louisville. ford for the fcind reception of my dear to, my dear; but my collarbutton got to sell it to a junk dealer for old metal. husband, who, on account of sickness, I down my back when I was dressing for MADE BY Pullman VeitiLuleJ UutTct Sleepers and PullAgents throughout the South It ia said that tho blackest man iu man flu Act Chair Cart on all traina through to L was not able to follow to his last resting Puck. Glynn county, Ga., ia named White, (J bicairo without change. church. LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS place. I hope soon to join them in m y Go via the Monon and get the Brit for the least the whitest man is named Brown, the money. For information address "W. A. TSISBLZ, Local Ajoat, dear home to remain. Sleighing wbb good at Norfolk, Con tallest man U named Lowe, and the COMPANY, IAS. BARKER, O P. A., CMcaeo. Mrs. Kats Dudpeiur. necticut, Thursday. V. G. CRUSH, D. P. 'largest man SmalL STANFOHD. KY. ky. Interior Journrl CHURCH AFFAIRS. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Personally GIRLS Published Evory TuoBday and Friday W Kin-nair- d ,.- -.. 120,-000,0- JAS. richard c. Warren Ken-uck- y, PRICE, PENNY, Dentist. The Chesapeake it Ohio Railway, thro' They I'.njoy a. ndlelitfitl Visit from Oli- ita personally conducted tourist system, hae finished mj-- tirw Sv Mill on the Somer-tc- t ver Wrnilrll lloluips. presents four tours for the season of 1S91, pike, j ml!r Irorn Slanlnnl. nnil air tretril If jieoplo know you come hero to col- by special vestibule train with dining tofurnUli Jiiyklml or I.UMUKK, SIUNUI.KS. , LOWEST I'RICKS. I lum lege, tho question you get tired of an- and observation cars attached, embrac- Ac atthe mill or Micr, to nut will rll tho (Jive hcr.it iMirclia.cn. swering is, "Oh, so you go to Harvard, ing White Sulphur Springs, Natural me . trial rlonicc. mayh OUI), KY cheitnut khinglei at Situ vill rlelier don't you?" If you don't feel strong ford or Kowland lit $ s pcr.M. y A II IIAriN enough to explain you say "Yes," but Bridge, Luray Caverns, Riehmou ard really that isn't true at all. The annex Old Point Comfort on tho bch. Each has nothing to do with the college in any party limited to 100 persotiH. Tickets system of coeducation, but we do have cover all neret"arv expenses. Davllght Peatrr I" I orngn V I) mode just tho same professors atid have to pass runs through the magnificent scenery of the samo examinations. A man gives a the Virginias. Nights spent at famous lecture to the boys, and then comes over mountain resorts. Every detail looked WINKS and gives the same one to 11. Sei k.'H'.1t! .ill' Mllwajtkre 'tl,if Greegoi, General Travel- beer II r lc('i-.- n Uv bet Hi) Even tho "Harvnrd Annex" is not our after by W. II. t' I Sjleam UuttK Preitou, Ol US II I I. real name. The story goes that twelve ing Agent, who will conduct these tours lice r, wjtijitc.l ti kerji i kn onlhi My gooa for tho company. The luxury of sight- will be found .1 tSe I'.irtman ll'tufe (alexin ah J years ago, when'tho society was started, t Am there was only ono girl here, and as the seeing without one disturbing element. at KitmII liro." , KowMml fellows never saw her they called her For rates, dates, etc , address II. W. Fulan x, the missing quantity." However ler, General Passenger Agent, Cincinnahi::;:;:1 homeopathic salve. true this may Ik--, the "Annex" we re- ti, Ohio. main, and, indeed, how could you talk C'urett ut, ttniives, old orc. tklii dneatc, about "Tho Society for the Collegiate In Hostetter McGtnnis How is it, Mr. conn, l.gmoni, ule, Atiula, tcrati he, halter burnt, tie oion and liruivo. Wheiever It lilt strtiction of Women:'" Wo haven't any sMiaiiiiiliiiri. tlmi vim mnL-i- . iimiu.v been uied it hat gicn olidciful .itiliilnm an I dormitories, but recite in the old Fay it' proprruity tor ieimMiitf hoiciimh i rcnurVa lu. you sell your goods at cost lIe. Numeiout trtiinoiial will be rrcured and Iioum', which has just been bountifully Mose Schauinburg -- Peeause I puys will uiear ihi tpaco at 4 later date Made made over for us, aud here luncheon is and Mild by 00U htlnw L jl,'XHa Hfting I II IIKKWNS. Stanford, Ky j served for thoso who want it. Most of tho 170 girls live in Hoston anil vicinity. There are only three or 1ULEY HOUSE, four New Yorkers, and whenever these F. B. KIL.EY, I'roprlotor, chance to moot they always seem perfectly delighted. London, - - - Kentucky. We really have very good times here. I hate m ved I my new Hotel and am better prerwr It auetrrti annmmnjatr the public You see there are no rules and regulaGood Li rrr attached and every contrnienc d. tions to steak of. The only one that ocured (mc Lea call. I'KANK Kll.rv. curs to 1110 is a notice posted up on the bulletin loanl requesting us not to o tho tables as chairs. It's a great temptation, but of oourso not exactly digI I -- OF THE Condncted. iJMWAHO ANNEX. BMtixi's Saw Mill. 1 l"J 4i-i- AM) MOTORS, I ! I I 111 '"' -- ir JTBE 11 EPS! ty POWDER T Hus-tonvi- lle 100-o- m one-ha- lf Absolutely Puro n.e-i- t FOR SALE! i:. II. FARMER, T0NS0IUAL ARTISTj For Sale Twenty Building Lots FOR ai RENT. i 11 I. anti-ritualis- ife feustTztmi 11 as M ''1 , 23-2- tirtt-cla- ss -- Farm For Sale. T-tk- e s THE prayer-meeting- s, lj cuit-li- Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. 04-u- m -- I s M-- cl WEI.I. 111 34-t- HOHX3NTG rs G ANTER' s - TAR 01 D J, i ,! H i. CASH J A For Hides and Par, F. ELIOT three-fourth- taroIdsoap D ES-i- Stanford, M1T3GRS HOUSE, n ml M ' ;ci-tiirl- ij corn-ner- M-ce- Lynn-Linto- n Sample Room Parlors. A liumnuu - n CREAM - ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. re-na- -- Insurance Company, OF(J((DAeG)9 BABBEE&OASTLEMAN GOOD BREAD CREAM FLOUR Lexington! -- a n .