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's "fil f r ti NO. 24 ( & Takes in the Latonla Races and sees the Sights of Cincinnati . AlthouL'li possessing no sporting pro whatever, the humble busines manager iH not unlike tin true anil when two or more bobbed-tailellyerH meet to rompnre speed lie in loth to hunt tlie other end of the line. "Who does not like to huh the thoroughbreds stretch their limbs and viii for themselves reputation'.' They are very few, I ilaro Hay, although the sentiment against horse racing is. with a eertuin elans, verv irrvat. It 1h apparently true that a person might spend his time more prolltably, from an educational standpoint, reading sonic good book, or more bo from a financial standpoint, when they don't come his way, but tak-ipleasant l all in all it is an extremely p.ist time to "take in the raees," anil it seems that the American people are more convinced of it as the years I. J. Mnn ' A f I.Al ALEXANDER'S tho principal well deserved encomiums tended ,the circus at Danville Saturday. CRAB ORCHARD. for his excellent maiiHgement of the Key. Amos Stout preachod at the AND J AI RENO r The stopped over heie Fri- school and the rapid advancement of tho Baptist church Sunday morning and 2.50 students, the audience adjourned de- evening. day night. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Houslighted witli the evening's entertaini, It was Lonny Baker and Kli The meeting just closed at the LOUISVILLK, KY. and not Luther Lauhatn, who fig- ment. The entertainment reflected hon- Christian church lesulted in !1 additions ured in the police court ease reported or on both l'rof. Smith and his pupils. to the membership-- Si bv baptism and W. R. Indeed the Prof, has done pome good IS by letter. last week. A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L Marshall 'Clerks. The lovers of the Tcrjwichorean art woik during the 10 months' couiw just A. G. Scott has completed his paint enjoyed themselviis a few hours at Col- completed, demonstrating most palpa- factory on Depot street, and will comlege Hall Friday night after the enter- bly that he is a teacher of broad expe mence tlie manufacture of several kinds rience and splendid attainments. tainment wjs over. of paint in a few days. The C. T. I. is arranging for anOe n. Lambram received a telegram S. S. and Missionary Convention. other medal contest to occur in about Saturday from WestchesU r, X. V., statProgramme of the the S. S. and Mis- ing three weeks, ami the. manager requests that his nephew, W. L. McFarland, sionary Convention of tlie South Ken- who is attending us to ask all the members to be present school there, was danat the meeting Saturday afternoon, tucky Assouiatian to be held with the gerously ill. At later accounts he was which will be held at Mrs. W. T. Ste- IJocky Ford Baptist church, May '"., :0, some better, but still in a critical condi phenson's. tion. He is attended by Dr. Janenay, riltST HAY. t A aligator, a' numberof gog by. 1! II. of New York City. Mr." James Herring m. Devotional exercises J. i. is dangerously ill at his home on the I.atonia be u n its spring meeting on phers and other natural curiosities Hristow. was of course the enough to form a small museum, brought Saturday. Tlie Derby '2:XQ Importance of tlie work of this Danville pike. The Gaither Light drawing card of that day and it drew. from Florida by Mr. J. S. Kdmiston, Convention J. N. Howling. Infantry, IT, strong, went into camp Friday afternoon, and have made the small boy quite nu melThe grandstand, quartcr-Htretc- h :t. The Model S. S. Superintendent at Mr. J. V. Cook's, about three miles Held were all thronged with lovers of ons in and about the post otlice this W. U. Goouh. horse llesh and a straggler or two was week. As Bnruum is dead, we suggest church furnish Iroin town, on the Danville pike. The :::;0. Should not each camp was named "Camp Valentine," in even seen to cross tlie "dead line" to a worthy buecessor to him in Mr. its S. S. with literature and let the S. S. and,llaiinel-shir- t where the give its weekly ollerings to missions and honor of Mr. Cook. Rev. J. C. Frank Mr. J. 11. Ciilkerson, who met the preached to the boys Sunday afternoon, ed sports worked their mathematical other benevolence'.' J. H. Allen. when a large crowd of people from town examples on the blackboards. K.ery Hon. John Young Brown in Louisville A. Mobley. I. S. S. literature attended. The boys "broke camp" this body waited and wistfully longed for the at the convention, says that Mr. Hrotvn SKCO.VI) PAY. promised him that in his canvass of the . Monday morning mid marched to town. raie in which the great Kingman, the U a. m. Devotional exercises U. They repoit a good time. Georgetown, the over- State this hummer he would certainly Saunders. mm Miss Annie Goodloe is visiting relaB.dgowau ami several others, stop at Crab Orchard and regale its peorated of our special mis7:.50. Progress tives in Richmond. locked bonis and although the hoard ple with one of his masterly speeches. sion work J. N. Howling. Mrs. Xevius, of Stanford, is visit ng her daughter, Mrs. for the first three races was an excep All right, Mr. llrown. We'll try and 10. Present and future of the Jauie James Dillon. tionally good one, the time hung heavi- have Col. A. T. Wood here about that Wash Institute J. H. Allen. Will Dunlap has acly till the great event. Bidgowan sold time to stand chin to chin with you and to cepted a position in Louisville. Misses contributions 10:5W. Systematic give you measure for measure. Lizzie Walker and Jennie Faulkner oie favorite because the public believed missions Kuriah F.llis. Miss Kate Vanderpool is back from visiting in Lawrenceburg. Kingman could not stand a mile and a Mrs. R. K. 11. Missions in tlie Southern States. Mc Roberta and children are visiting her half over the heavy track, notwithstand- Fine Hill, where she spent a week with and Culxi J. II. I'.ristow. Miss Fannie Crawford, of Robert Ham-lilting the fact that the inimitable Murphy relatives. A full account of the S. H. parents in Hopkiii8ilIe. 'J v. t and family, of Middle3borough, was to ride him. The talent who back- liu in Sulphur, was in C. O. on Saturday Convention by an eye witness J. IN ,. . . ..!.!.... in . ed the favorite were a wiser set, howev- shopping. J. T. Lynn, of Louisville, Howling. iiu.r iirt-- visuuig !.. Lancaster lor sever, for the winner of the I.ouisville Der- was here talking trade to our merchants Missions in China W. II. Da eral days. .Mrs. J. H. Woodcock and L':lo. son have returned to Danville. and the Pluenix Hotel .Stakes walked this week. Dr. Ilronaugh and wife, of vidson Rev. J. by R. Tercy is expected home this week away from the rest with both ease and Stanford, attended the closing exercises 3:15. Missions in Mexico A. Mobley. from a vacation in Indiana. .race. The time was '2:Vt, which was of Prof. Smith's school. Mr. and Mrs. :t 15. Question box W. C. Lyle. Dr. O. I. Hall is quite sick, he having Jim Miller are down from Hazel Patch, god, considering the track. UP DAY. Til There are lots of good horse? at La. the guests of her mothur, Mis. Sue y a. u. Mass meeting conducted by received another stroke of paralvsis. John Kirby hns a position in v tonia this year and genial Kd Hopper Holmes. Messrs. Sam Mugeeaml W. J. G. W. Saunders. G&nj iMMi.iKiii.i me that the present would he bo- Kdmiston would make good sardine told 1. How to tench an infant class W. ll, ved, be tho most profitable audsiuws-Cu- t packers, judging from the way they ushIf. Gooch. CHURCH AFFAIRS. ered in and mckcd nway that jamming meeting in the hlstoiy of tho in2. Importance of catechetical Has the largest and audience races. Our neighboring eouiityinaii, Col. The Danville District Conference of struction in the Sunday School J. X. Long before. S o'clock Friday eveJ V. tiuest, has a good string, with Dr. MOST COMPLETE STOCK Howling. tlie Methodist church will be held at prominent. That horn ning tht plank walk leading to the colNave as tho moil 3. Hraziliau misioiis A. Mobley. Macksvillo May 27 to LI). OF wen easily in the tith race Saturday and lege began to reverberate the sound of There are in Louisville ami Jetler- a. )t. Sermon. tramping feet, and into the spacious upmade his clever ow tier a nice sum. Let as many as can do so comu to the son county U,;tl0 Sunday school teachers tilling every available nook convention prepared to speak on the and 21,0' scholars, deo. C. Keller, Jr., an old I. .1. com- stairs hall, ever shown in Stanford at prices W. J. V.itn, The Presbyterian General Asaembly positor, is there with Mr. .1. K. Karris' and corner, poured an expectant stream above questions. county folk to witness the as low as the lowest. has postponed for another year the re Chairman of Hoard. two, as has already been stated in these of town and closing exhibition of Prof. J. W. Smith's co'umns. Mr. Keller is as good a mixer vision of the Confession of Faith. th-iT IJ.mr.iiil-rin th nrif off lie - hpf wntrh-mnl-p-school. After a few introductory reA Model Printing Office at Stanford. us he is a trainer and probably knows The Record says that the iminedi-- , . marks by the l'rof., the exercises began 'atch or Jewelry Repairing. Don t have to A representative of the Register stopate results of Elder Wallace Tharp's who can do an'th,nS " iitoru men of prominence on the course Miss Mamie Dehonrd, who stepped a similar experience. with ped over at Stanford 011 Friday last long meeting at Lancaster is IM additions to send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old than any man with and in a singularly clear and enough to pay his respects to valued In the same stable with Mr. Keller, to the front the congregation, SI by conversion gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is soltc-an- d impressive manner read "The Salutatofriends there, the editors of the Mr. Alien Thurmati, son of the Old baptism. A. U. PF.TXTV. f.rt nnrl T ry." She was followed by Miss Nora Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I). -- The centennial address of Rev. has several Myers and the Ireland Dunnigau, whose recitation, "Have Wearen and Mrs. E. B. Jones, all of Bros, are in close proximity. Strother Cook, Sr., at McCormack's Charity," was received with the genu- ...l.... ..,. ...!..-- ri .i.. l'.if.ic.n . i r. 1.IWO horses in training There are about ui .iv wiiuui at 11 ine appreciatiuii that it deserved. "Only was his privilege to witness tlie internal cnurcii next fcunuay morning Ijitouia and Sunday when I passed, at o'clock, will doubtless be Rest of Friends," by Miss Ada workings of the otlice where is issued a eii. was struck with the wholly disregard the fixed the earnest attention for a few pnper that occupies a private box in the trainers, as a general thing, have of While walkiug along Fourth street, hen he enter-- Cincinnati, the other day, Rev. H.J. the Sabbath. Thero were some "0 being minutes, when Master (Jeorge Hronaugh Kentucky journalism. ( jigged and considering the day, the set faces to smiling with his "Little Hoy V ed the building all was a buz, and roar, Hamilton, of Pennsylvania, who was "JXODEL GROCERY" Demand." Susie Pillion in a pretty way engine, the rovolv- - tending the Baptist conference, was in- would have been more appropriby the steam scene ate in the heathen as well as unexplored told how "We Must All Scratch," while ing of the big cylinder press, ami the at-- ! stantly killed by a stone falling on him Bailey, who, like his daddy, Ian Is of Africa. For one I believe that Master Joe tendant rush of tho folders and mailers, fro-- a building in course of erection, has in him a tincture of the comedian, for it was "press day." will At three tables Rev. S. M. Cook, iitisionary to h access, which might be reached, never be attained by those hors whose mum on with a piece entitled "They the folders, aiU'ther feeding the en, writes a touching letter horn Lagcs In press, and finally up to their eyes in as a Say," which was well received. w nera used the, ordained to the Harrodsburg Democrat on the "Aunt Betsy's Beau," an amusing play paste and wrapping paper were the ,Kath of his mother, who lost of work instead of rest. diy her life Qheese, Vlie club house, grand stand and oth- in two acts, Harry Magee as "Squire Messrs. Walton, editors. We weru just ' by falling into the fire. It was o4 duvs Dunuii-aas where we had for four years after the sad event before he heard of it. er buildings have been greatly improved Hooper" and Miss Nrah then t "Aunt Betsy," did some exquisite billsince last meeting ami witli the wished to be on the inside of the Jorn- beautiful walks, with ing und cooing, bur "Aunt Betsy" was XAt. ollice where we could observe the Mr. Gormley's Family Approved and ad vised grounds, Glass-anWoodemvare, Fruit Jars, Oucensware, Tin-an- d too anxious, and her bachelor beau too evolution of a labor lead pencil into the s on either hide, Kentucky , ,,,. the Operation o ccc. e ..,-,.- . of the "old gal," and she, "poor crit . r Journal, To is truly a thing of beauty and to shy J'w audible whispers of a powerful journal. ter, was forced to remain a Ckah Okciiaiiu, May iM. I see ia To say that we were gratified puts it the sport a joy for the time. old maid. Deafening applause folAccompanied by Mr. 1M H. Jones, I mildlv. The mechanical equipment hns vour paper of Mav 1'L'd that "some of metropolis and found lowed this, which gradually died down few suiieiiors in tho Stale, while the the frietids of my son, Simon Uormley, A. C. SINE. J N.MEXEFEE went over to Ohio's was Mill in Hambleton forthethiee succeeding recitations by force is not surpasM'd for efliciency and are very much outraged that the doctors that Cincinnati Misses Minnie Monday, Linda Tucker thorough discipline. They have several should have performed tlie operation of county and flourishing like a green bay and (Jrace Tudor, all of whom acquitted The Sodom of this country nround job presses of ditl'erent sizes, a tine pa - trepanning on him by force and against tree. themselves creditably. "How Cyrus per cutter, abundance of type, etc., and bis protest." Tlie family and immediate seems to be prospering, and if building Laid the Cable," by James Ilronaugh, oyl- - j friends approved and advised the opera Js an indication, she is evidently gain- above all an SI.S0O The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. , I i... it tu mnat nn li!..n t wasueiivereu inn maniy tone ami leit As to using force, of 1.S00 per tion as a last resort. inder press with a capacity nPvssiuii that Jim has some of tho hour; all the machinery being propelled we weresorry that Simou's condition, LUMBER, thing for mo to attempt a description, I FLOORING, SASH, s of oratory shewn around will drop the subject. by steam. With the minds to conceive was such as to require force. When his DOORS, make-up- . Hut 'The Master-weMr. Jones, who seems to be about as versatile nerve to execute, the Jocknal's j brother left him a few davs before the! BLINDS, comedy, was the best and the a three-ac- t acquainted in Cincinnati as lie is at editors have builded for themselves a j operation he was willing it should be Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. of all, and in it Messrs. Holdam Stuart, ,i..e....-..- t nrl n ulni-- in the henrta nerformed. and reo nested that his' quiet and quaint old Stanford,-showeand Carpenter Stuart Deboard A.3STD FIEilTCIEL mo the sights of tko city, and I, with George of their people that are more enduring brother bring with him two doctors from M'8S u,a c,over B0' sIerb than storied marble or heaps of brass. Richmond to assist in the operation, peculiar country air which it seems that We carry a full stock of everything found in a which he did, and they assisted Drs. impossible for mo to doll', looked at the acting. The interest of the piece cen- Richiiiond Register. .....-...ir.iii.lim- - Mm rIiow win. tercel in Carpenter Stuart, tho "new Carpenter, Cook and Pettus. Any refej-- 1 'eves house gal," acieature as black asabumt Personally Condncted. ence to any of my friends being outraged ' tired ami tnv Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract .i.ia tillmv - - ruv""t Chesapeake A Ohio Railway, thro' or having any hard feelings against any or building. perplexed. Ho took mo to the chunk at midnight, and she kept the The emind SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. with inextin- its personally conducted tourist system, of the doctors is without foundation. "conilaberated" Custom House, nnd through the courte- liousu by the pranks she presents four tours for the season of 1SD1, In his condition he was bound to die, sy of Mr. Stout, cashier, and Mr. Whito, guishable laughter played ami tho dialect lingo that she by special vestibule train with dining and possibly sootier than ho wofild, if he his efliclent lieutenant, 1 was permiueu a negro character, Air. and observation cars attached, embrac- had not been operated on. Dr. J. B. to look upon nearly $11,000,000. This shot otl. As even ing White Sulphur Springs, Natural Graham insisted on performing the opis one of tho biggest art would bo a drawing-curd- , S. treasury .unaici Bridge, Luray Caverns, Richmon.1 and eration months before it was done. in thfl country ami is iworin any ones union-how tho imtneme business Rastin's recitation entitled "Tho Boys" Old Point Comfort on the sen. Each Had we have yielded to his advice at time to see Having Removed My Stock- In oue pile t saw fo.iuu.uuo in which followed wis beautifully deliver- party limited to 100 persons. Tickets that time my son might have been re-- 1 is run. nnd called forth expressions of admi- cover all necessary expenses. Daylight stored, we return our gratetui tuanks "0 cold pieces ami in another 1,500,000 ed are 15 510,000 ration from all. Miss Bessie Magee's runs through tho magnificent Bcenery of to the doctors and citizens for the very Noi innnd lesa. Thero was' parody of "Anybody's Business' in which the Virginias. Nights spent at famous kind treatment and attention bestowed bills thero and tho clever cashier kind enough to place in my hands SI, was a mention ot nearly all tlie boys mouutain resorts. Every detail looked on my son during his last illness. girls in town, together with jokes after by W. II. Grcegor, General Travel- Please insert this in your next issue, and 000,000. Of courso a guard was preseut and and incidents of their made ing Agent, who will conduct these tours much oblige, the mother, or else I might start a Back to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can M.A110AHCT GORMLRY. building thero a great hit, nnd while it brought blushes for tho company. Tho luxury of sightIn ono heap la the sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken -- . ennrvvi i!,r nileer dollars, making a to scores of cheeks, elicited repeated seeing without one disturbing element. UIC UW,WW "f Connecticut is the home of the inapilo7feet0iucheswide,8 feet 4 inch rounds of laughter and applause. "Tho For rates, dates, etc., address II. W. Fultn exchange. ventor. In 1S90 her people took out 027 deep and 4 leet U incuea uign, 1110 rowi Valedictory," as well read as it waa ex- ler, General Passenger Agent, Cincinna es patents, more thau any other two States. Ohio. weight ol which is 4S.0OO pounds. The cellently written, by Miss Eva Steger, 1 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. daily payments of tho oillcti vary from completed tho programme, anil after a speech by Itev. W. T. H. 520,000 to sometimes $.'1,000,000 or 51,- The exterior of the Baptist church is 000.000. A pretty big thing this. White, Hon. F. F. liobbitt and Mr. J. 11. reciving n coat of new paint. K. C. W. Hailey. all of whom took occasion to pay A good of Lancaster folks at- , . K HOT I., 9 Ken-tuckl- d THOROUGHLY VATED pay-ca- ' Rates Per liny. PROVED. e, l.an-liiin- Y! LOCi, Manaeer. n STRAW HATS. An Elegant Line :. four-foo- n. i short-Inure- d Just Opened. ' ' NO OLD GOODS IN STOCK. I on I 1 u Stagg iyfea & McRoberts, 1 N two-wee- ks' The Old Reliable Jeweler -U in the Lead. 1 acc-ple- d A. R. Penny j 1 1 1 Watches and Jewelry ": r f- - Bin-dan- a, ., hi-- - . ...v... 1 1 j Go-ve- r, - - Go to A. A. WARREN'S Meats, 1 w n Afii-wer- e For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and; Dried Apples. Peaches and Prunes, Bice, PicJdes, Preserves and Jams; d ' ' u well-kep- blue-gras- La-ton- I iLams i j silver-haire- d ' ' ' Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, tuple-expansio- n -- I in-hi- s t ll d j i .... CEILING, SIDING, e I ('T'OVEIT , WIBE SLA.T . I I FIRST CX.5LSS TTARD. -- Stu-Biib-- - ijuu.-noiuuiu- y REMOVED. tions, Etc., i 4 Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, sub-treasur- y iny-ue- lf. love-makin- g, grief-stricke- n w-- 1 ti, IB. F.'ROUT. !' .. T.U-- - . !.. s .. j-- rr ass Tfl V, VmVift' . - i,i. -- n-r, r SJL ., iTirnTTTiSaff? .w.aV5 . v-- r wfMC.i..vaf, ..rMfTr'if" MrirMlnaanwtir.Ti.TJW. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. The I. J. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAY 20. 1891. or$l,-000,00- 0. 's 1 js ft; I' N NO. 24 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. daily payments of the ollice vary from completed the programme, and after a Takes In the Lntonla Races JO.OOO to sometimes $8,000,000 speech by Rev. W. T. B. Cincinnati. The exterior of the Baptist church is antlsccsthe Sights of A pretty big thing this. White, Hon. F. F. Bnbbitt and Mr. J. R. reciving a coat of new Although possessing o HKirtinB pro' paint. K. O. W. Bailey, all of whom took occasion to pay - A good crow of Lancaster folks atI.A1 1: ALEXANDER'S HOTF I., ilivlties whatever, the humble bushier the principal well deserved ncoinituns tended , the circus at Danville Saturday. manager is not unlike the true CRAB ORCHARD. for his excellent management of the Key. Amos Stout preached at the AND nntl when two or more bohbed-taller The stopped over heio Fri- school ami the rapid advancement of tho Baptist church Sunday morning and meet to compare speed lie is livers Kay. $2.50 students, the audience adjourned de- evening. day night. loth to ho at the other end ol the line. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Housevening's entertainlighted with the It was Loony Baker and Kli The meetini' fust rinsed nt tln Who does not like to see the thoroughment. The entertainment rellected hon- Christian church LOUISVILLE, KY. and not Luther Lanham, who vm for lusulted in 1)1 additions breds Htretch their liinbH and in the police court case reportetl or on both Prof. Smith ami his pupils. to the membership 81 bv baptism and r.'Diitution? Ihey are very tin W. R. LOC0JVJ, l..ut .. ....t. Indeed the I'rof. has done some good L'l by letter. few, I dare Hay, although the sentiment """' "A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L Marshall 'Clerks. The lovers of the Tcipsichorean art work during the 10 mouths' course just A. G. Scott has completed his paint against horse racing is. with a certain enjoyed themselyasa few hours nt Col- completed, demonstrating most palpa- factory on Depot street, and will comclass, very great. It Ih apparently tine bly that ho is a teacher of broatl expe- mence the manufacture of several kinds that u person might upend his time lege Hull Friday night after the enter- rience and splendid attainments. of paint iu a few days. more protltahly, from an educational tainment wf8 over. O. T. I'. is arranging for an The Gen. Lamhram received a telegram standpoint, reading Home good hook, or S. S. and Missionary Convention. other medal contest to occur in about Saturday from WeitchesU r, X. Y., statmore bo from n financial Htaudpoiut, Programme of the the S. S. and Mis- ing that his nephew, W. L. McFarland. when they don't come his way, but tak- three weeks, and the manager requests sionary Convention of the South Ken- who is attending school there, was daning all in all it is an extremely pleasant us to asl; all the members to he present tucky Assouintinn to he held with the paet time to "take in the races," and it at the meeting Saturday afternoon, Rocky Fonl Baptist church, May 'JO, :!0, gerously ill. At later accouuts he was which will be held nt Mrs. W. T. Stesome better, but still iu a critical condiseeniH that the American people are phenson's. tion. He is attended by Dr. Jane way, more convinced of it as the years KlltST DAY. A t aligntor, a, number of goH. of Xew York City. Mr." James Herring g') by. 2 r. m. Devotional exercises J. is dangerously ill at his home on thu Latonia begun its spring meeting on phers and other natural curiosities Bristow. enough to form a small museum, brought Saturday. The !erhy was of course the 'J.:50 Importance of the work of this Danville pike. The Gaither Light Infantry, 3.1, of that day and it drew. from Florida by Mr. J. S. Kdmiston, Convention J. N. Bowling. drawing card strong, went into camp Friday afternoon, and have made the small hoy quite numerThe grandstand, quarter-stretc- h ?,, The Model S. S. Superintendent ut Mr. J. V. Cook's, about three miles tleld were all thronged with lovers of ous in and about the post ollico this W. It. Gooch. horse llesh and a straggler or tw was week. As Itanium is dead, we suggest furnish from town, on the Danville pike. The !l:"0. Should not each church Kdcamp was named "Camp Valentine," in even seen to cross the "dead line" to a worthy successor to him in Mr. its S. S. with literature and let the S. S. miston. aiid(llaniiel-shir- t Kev. J. C. Frank where the give its weekly otlerings to missions and honor of Mr. Cook. Mr. J. B. Gilkerson, who met the preached to the boys Sunday afternoon, ' ed nports worked their mathematical other benevolence? J. H. Allen. when a large crowd of people from town ' examples on the blackboards, every- Hon. John Young Hrowu in Iouisville A. Mobley. I. S. S. literature at the convention, says that Mr. Hrowu attended. The boys "broke camp" this ' body waited and wistfully longed for the SF.(ONl) nv. promised him that in his canvass of the rate in which the great Kingman, the !i a. M. Devotional exercises G. W. Monday morning and marched to town. They repoit a good time. Cieorgctown, the over- State this summer he would certainly Saunders. Miss Annie Goodloe is visiting relaothers, stop at Crab Orchard and regale its peoB.ilgowau and several rated 7:!M). Progress of our special mis lot. kul horns and although the lward ple with one of his masterly speeches. tives in Richmond. Mrs. NVvinq. n( sion work J. X. Bowling. Stanford, is visit ng her daughter, Mrs. for the tlrst three races was an excep- All right, Mr. Brown. We'll try ami 10. Present and future of the Janie James Dillon. tionally good one, the time hung heavi- have Col. A. T Wood here about that Wash Institute J. H. Allen. Will Dunlap has acly till the great event. Balgowau sold time to stand chin to chin with you and to cepted a position in Louisville. Misses! 10:"0. Systematic contributions Lizzie Walker and Jennie Faulkner aie f.tvorite because the public believed give you measure for measure. missions Euriah Ellis. Miss Kate Vanderpool is hack from visiting in Lawreuceburg. Kingman could not stand a mile and a Mrs. It. E. 11. Missions in tjje Southern States McRoberts and children are visiting her half over the heavy track, notwithstand- Pine Hill, wheieshe spent a week with and Cuba J. II. Bri&tow. Miss Fannie Crawford, of Hobert Ham- -i ing the fact that the inimitable Miphy relatives. J I. u A full account of the S. B. parents in Hopkinsille. was to ride him. The tnlent who hack- Gum Sulphur, was in C. O. on Saturday Convention bv an eve witness J. N. ilton and family, of Middlesborough, have been visiting in Lancaster for seved the favorite were a wiser set, howev- - shopping. J. T. Lynn, of Louisville, Bowling. eral days. Mrs. J. H. Woodcock and of the I.ouisvillc Der was here talking trade to our merchants ir, for the winner i:lo. Missions in China W. I!. Dason have returned to Danville. Kev. J. by ami the I'mcnix Hotel Stakes walked this week. Dr. Bronuugh and wife, of vidson. It. Terry is expected home this week nw ay from the rest with both ease and, Munford, attended the closing exercises 3:lo. Missions in .Mexico A. Mobley. from a vacation in Indiana. grace. The time was 2:4f, which was of Prof. Smith's school. Mr. and Mrs. ;fc 15. Question box W. C. Lyle. Dr. O. P. Hall is quite sick, he having Jim Miller are down from Hazel Patch, good, considering the truck. Tlllltl) HAY. There are lots of good horses at La. the guests of her mother, Mis. Sue Mass meeting conducted by received another stroke of paralysis. t a. it. John Kirby hits accepted a position iu tonia this year ami genial F.d Hopper Holmes. Messrs. Sam Magec and W. J. G. W. Saunders. present would he bo- Kdmistou would make good sardine told me that the W. Richmond. 1. How to tench an infant class le ved, be tho most profitable andsucess-fil- l packers, judging from the way they ush- It. Gooch. CHURCH AFFAIRS. meeting in the history of the .atonia ered in ami Kicked away that jamming ''. Imnortniicts of catechetical in-Has the largest and races. Our neighboring tMUintyman, Col. audience in the Sunday School J. X structlon The Danville District Conference of Long before s o'clock Friday eveJ W. liitest. has a good string, with Dr. Bow ling. MOST COMPLETE STOCK the Methodist church will be held at most prominent. That horte ning the plunk walk leading to the col Nave as the 8. Brazilian niisions A. Mobley. Macksville Mav '27 to 'i. 01 won easily in the oth race Saturday slid lege began to reverberate the sound of 11 a. ji. Sermon. There are in Louisville ami .Teller- tramping feet, ami into the spacious upmade his clever owner u nice sum. Lei as many as can do so como to tho son county L',:tl0 Suuday school teachers Sr V. (eo. C. Keller, Jr., an old I. J. com- stairs hall, tilling every available nook convention prepared to speak on the and 21,041 echolais. Ay ever shown in Stanford at prices W. J. Ward, is there with Mr. J. E. Karris' ami corner, poured an expectant stream above questions. The Presbyterian General Asaembly positor, i7 county folk to witness the PM as low as the lowest. has postponed for another year the re-Chairman of Hoard two, as has already been stated in these of town and closing exhibition of Prof. J. W. Smith's vision of the Confession of Faith. iv'umnH. Mr. Keller is us good a mixer in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s school. After n few introductory reA Model Printing Office at Stanford. In TvMfinnt MHtl d tliof llw iiMml!. ns he is a trainer ami prolmbly knows VV.WIV envu II1IU till.' llillllUll J lit J ur jcwciry by the Prof., the exercises began Don't have to, l ate results A representative of the Register of Elder Wallace Tharti'n WHO can uo anyuiiiig m vau.n jhoro men of prominence on the course marks a similar experience. with Miss Mamie Debonrd. who stepped over at Stanford on Friday last long meeting nt Lancaster is JU additions to send jobs to the city, hngraving of all kinds beauttiully done. Old t'i.in nny man with . a singularly clear and uuougli to pay ins respects to vaiueti the congregation, SI by conversion gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is soltc-Ju the same stable with Mr. Keller, to the front ami in impressive manner read "The SalutatoMr, Allen Thurman, son of the Old Banfriends there, the editors of the Intk- - and baptism. R. PENNY. ry." She was followed by Miss Nora ted and I guarantee satisfaction. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 1). dana, has several livers and the Ireland The centennial address of Rev. Dunnigan, whose recitation, "Have Wearen and .Mrs. K. 15. Jones, all of Bros, are iu close proximity. Strother Cook, sr., at McCormack's genu- whom are readers of the ltegister. It church next Sunday morning at There are about :t0 horses in training Charity," was received with the ine appreciation that it deserved. "Only was his privilege to witness the internal at Uttouia anil Sunday when I passed. o'clock, will doubtless be largely atte Best of Friends," by Miss Ada workings of the ollice where is issued a ed. was struck with the wholly disregard the fixed the earnest attention for a few paper unit occupies a pnvaio uox 111 the trainers, as a general thing, have of While walking aloim Fourth street, minutes, when Master George Bronuugh Kentucky journalism. When he enter- Cincinnati, the other day, Rev. H. J. the Sabbath. There were some SO being liih "Little Boy's jogged and coiibidering the day, the set faces to smiling with ed tho building all was a buzz and tour, Hamilton, of Pennsylvania, who was at-- , GROCERY" been more appropri- Demand." Susie Dillion in a pretty way caused by the strain engine, the rovolv tending the Baptist conference, was in- scene would have ate in tho heathen as well as unexplored told how "We Must All Scratch," while ing of the big cylinder press, and the at - stantly killed by a stone falling on him tun la of Africa. For one I beliexe that Master Joe Bailey, who, like his daddy, tendant rush of the folders and mailers, from a building in course of erection. success, which might be reached, will has iu him a tincture of the comedian, foi it was "press day." At three tables Rev. S. M. Cook, misionary to Afrinever be attained by those horses whoee tiiuie on with a piece entitled "Tiny were the folders, another feeding the ca, writes a touching letter fioui Lagcs In press, and dually up to their eyes in t owners used the ordained Sablwith as a Sny," which was well received. the Harrodsburg Democrat on the "Aunt Betsy's Beau," an amusing play paste and wrapping paper were the death of his mother, who lost her life of work instead of rest. hy Mageo as "Squire Cheese, The club house, grand stand and oth- in two acts, Hurry Meters. Walton, editors. We were just ' by falling into the fire. It was . davs Hooper" and Miss Numb Dunnigan as where we had for four years after the sad event before lie heard of it. er buildings have been greatly imprc.-ethen billt "Aunt Betsy," did some exquisite since last meeting ami with the wished to be on the inside of the Jofii-xabeautiful walks, with ing mid cooing, but" "Aunt Betsy" was grounds ollice where we could observe the Mr. Gormley's Family Approved and advised LampS Glass. anci Queensware, Tin- - and Woodenware, Fruit Jars, too anxious, and her bachelor beau too evolution of a laher lead pencil into the on either side, Kentucky IIIC UJCI tlllUIJ Jelly Glasses, &c. To the T.ditor Intcri. r Journal, truly a thing of beauty and to shy of the "old gal," and she, "poor crit- audible whispers of a powerful journal. ter," was forced to remain n Cit.ui Oitiii.Miii, May L'L I see in! tho sport a joy for the time. To say that we were gratified puts it old maid. Deafening applause fol- inildlv. The mechanical equipment lias your paper of May 'J'Jd that "some of cconiimnied by Mr. Ed II. Jones, I J N..MEXEFF.E went over to Ohio's metropolis and found lowed this, which gradually died down few superiors in the Stale, while the the friends of my sou, Simon (jorniley, A. c. SINK. was still in Hamhleton for the three succeeding recitations by foice is not surpassed for elliciency and are very much outraged that that Cincinnati Monday, Linda Tucker thorough discipline. They have several should have performed the county and tlourishing like a green bay Misses Minnie and (irace Tudor, all of whom acquitted inh nipssi's of ditl'erent sizes, a fine n.v trepanning on him by force tree. The Sodom of this country around "How Cyrus themselves creditably. rotter, abundance of type. etc.. and his protest." The family and immediate seems to be prospering, and if building gain- Laid the Cable," by James Brouniigh, above all an S1.S0O cyl- - friends approved and advised the opera U an indication, she is evidently Th(j best seicctec stock anci lowest prices in Central Kentucky. As to using force, is most too big n was delivered in it manly tone and left inder press with a capacity of 1.S0O per tion as a last resort. ing ground, hut as it impression that Jim has some of the thing for mo to attempt a description, I the hour; all the machinery being propelled j we wereeorry that Simon's condition LUMBER, SASH, seeds of oratory strewn around subject. will drop the by steam. With the minds to conceive was such as to require force. When his CEIXING. DOORS. ATH. Hut "The Master- - r.... ,... om.m in h- - nlimit im versatile make-up- . and the nerve to execute, tho Journal's brother left him a few davs before the'' ? IU comedy, was the best a three-ac- t well acquainted iu Cincinnati ns he is at j editors have builded for themselves a operation he was willing it should be Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. ' '". l it Messrs. Holdani Stuart, deserved name and a place in the hearts performed, and requested that his' Stanford,- - showed quiet und quaint old Debonrd and Carpenter Stuart J&NJJ mo tho sights of the city, and I, witliGeorBo of their people that are more enduring brother bring with him two doctors from Richmond to assist in the operation, country nir which it seems ami Miss Ada Cover did some superb than storied marble or heaps of brass. , a fuH gtock of everything found in a that peculiar We y of tho piece winch he did, und thev assisted Drs. impossible for me to doll', looked at the nctlnp. The interest Richmond ltegister. Stuart, the "new - j tered in Carpenter Carpenter, Cook and Pettus. Any refej- features, including the show winPersonally Gondncted. ence to any of my friends being outraged ' till mv eves irrew tired and mv house Kal," acieaturo as black as a burnt Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract Chesapeake it Ohio Railway, thro or having any hard feelings against any took 1110 to the chunk at midnight, and she kept the Tho mind perplexed. He SINK & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. with inextin- its personally conducted tourist system, Vi iiit; uuLiuio to nuiiuui luuuutuiuiii or building. "conllaberated" Custom House, and through the courte house guishable taughter by the pranks she presents four tours for tho season of 1S91, In his conditiou he was bound to die, ny of Mr. Stout, cashier, and Mr. V lute, dialect Hugo that she by special vestibule train with dining aud possibly sooner than ho would, if he bis ollicient lieutenant, I was permitted played and tho uearly SI 1.000.000. This shot otl. As a negro character, Mr. Stu- - and observation cars attached, embrac- had not been operated on. Dr. J. B. noon . !. n llIOil na.n.. .1 even ing White Sulphur Springs, Natural Graham insisted on performing the op" ' 1... A Biib'U. S. treasury is one ot ttio mggest one's1 among professionals. Master Henley Bridge, Luray Caverns, Hichmonl aud eration months before it was done.. in the country ami is (worth any how the immense business! Bnstiu'B recitation entitled "Tho Boys" Old Point Comfort ou the sea. Kach Had we have yielded to his advice at Having Removed My Stock- Iu ouo pile I saw 3, 100,000 in which followed wis beautifully deliver party limited to 100 persons. Tickets that time my son might have been re-- 1 is run. ed and called forth expressions of ad mi cover all necessary expenses. Daylight stored. e return our gratetui tuanks 0 gold pieces ami in another W.oOO.OOO ?."!innil less. There are 15 510,000 ration from all. Miss Bessie Magee's runs through thu magnificent scenery of to the doctors and citizens for the very Nol.mati.oru and the clever cashier was1 parody of "Anybody's Business' in which the Virginias. Nights spent at famous kind treatment and attention bestowed his last illness. W...1 onmiirli tn nlaco iu my hands Si,- - was a mention of nearly all tho boys mountain resorts. Every detail looked on my sou during Of course a guaril was present and girls in town, together with jokes after by W. II. Greegor, Geueral Travel- Pleaso insert this in your next issue, and 000,000. made ing Agent, who will conduct theBo toura much oblige, the my- and incidents of their mother, or else I might start a Back to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can g building there a great hit, and while it brought blushes for tho company. The luxury of Mahoarkt Gormlky. self. In one heap in the All kinds of produce taken of cheeks, elicited repeated sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. without one disturbing element. are 800,000 big silver dollars, making a to scores Connecticut is the home of the inlaughter and applause. "Tho For rates, dates, etc., address II. W. Ful inch- rounds of tn exchange. a pile 7 feet 0 Inches wide, 8 feet 4 ventor. In 1890 her people took out 027 deep and 4 feet 0 inches high, the total Valedictory," as well read as it was ex- - ler, General Passenger Agent, Cincinna- es patents, more than uny other two States. welght of which is 43,000 pounds. The cellently written, by Miss Eva Sieger, ti Ohio. Man THE WIIiL.ABD9 Rales Ken-tueki- il THOROUGHLY RENOVATED pny-ca- Icr IMPROVED. e, Lan-ha- ilg-ure- il iiis.-Ut'- . - Manaaer. STRAW HATS. An Elegant Line four-foo- j i short-haire- d Just Opened. j NO OLD GOODS IN STOCK.. Stagg & MeRoberts, a two-wee- ks' The Old Reliable Jeweler fifeglM 22&Kifi' i. in the Lead. R Pennv I Watches and Jewelry '. ...... I stop-p.u- i.uruig - ill. A. ., 1 (Jo-ve- r, - Go to A. A. WARREN'S "JIOUEL For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried Apples. Peaches and Prunes, Bice, Pickles, Preserves and Jams; ' ' well-kep- i. blue-gras- s is ' ' silver-haire- d ' nr sS Stanford Lumber Yard, ' ( ttiple-expansio- n j in-hi- s FLOORING, r- 1 pl-',- cmtth Ini iTmxr ( 'W'OVEIT WTHE SLAT BEITCE. TTJ&RjD. I cen-man- ,w ' FXRST - C3C5LSS - wwipvwm it a . " 1 iiihir'ihi, REMOVED. tions, Etc., ,!,,. I Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, sub-treasur- y love-makin- grief-stricke- n Bight-seein- I :b. :f. irottt. ,rf Jta. . -- i A Tonn County jury gave 0. C. ChrisThe effort of Hon. John W. Yerkes to play on the prejudices of the ignorant by tian, circuit cltrk, $2,000 against the for printing a letter calling Congressman Wilson a corpora- Courier-Journa- l he hail the manliness from a correspondent, which accused tion lawyer when W. I3. to oppose the proposition to endorse the him of dishonest practices, although the new constitution, was unworthy of the charges were fully established, by tho Semi-Annu- al May 20, 1891 te staiuliiifr that the gentleman's hon- - fellow's own testimony. This is anothStanford, Ky., i um. of tho foolish prejudice ;orame ana conservuvtM:uru.-er evidence Too is well - him in both parlies. It in no crime to against corporations. Of course the l. e or the, to Thk republicans completed their tick- -' he a corporation lawyar. If it were, Mr. court of appeals will reverse the decisto effect et at Lexington and tho whole thing Yerkes would himself bo wearing the ion. week iuj reads as follows: For governor, A. T. stripes along wuu uie man nu in NEWSY NOTES. by hurling tho charge at him, for Wood, of Montgomery; for lieutenant lown Queen Victoria celebrated her "I'd governor, Henry Houston, of McCrack-- . his capacitv has been found out and his birth-daSunday. e 11:111 .. t t t n mixi'iotm uniimtiiil ..,.. ...v.. In" tlui I 'l IHM II j ... en ; lor auorney geuenii, ii. .1. vru luiu, p'i , The city treasuier of Philadelphia is The congregation of of Campbell; for auditor, Charles Bland Southern. Si'oO.COO short in his accounts. of Breckinridge ; for treasurer, Kli holders and olliceeeekers which met at Shelby county is preparing to adver was the worst eongloinera- Farmer, of l'ulaski: for sunetintendent Lexington, Timlin, of tion of demagogues and blatherskites tise for bids for a large, new jail. i f i.i. 5,,Ufr,.t,,r Oil Shoes, Goods. Dress Goods, A large portion of the Knoxville Of Mndisoii! for register of the land ollicc, that eve assembled. They were not sat " Cloth, to be Iron works was burned Thursdav night. approve and endorse every "W.J. A. Hardin, of Greenup; for clerk In Bath county Kli Ulevins was killSpecimen, S J-- o Ch quoted, Jrc court of appeals, K. II. Hlaiue, of mean thing that the republicans ever of the did or tried to do, but actually sought ed by a tree which he had cut down falladFayette. The platform endorses the Calicoes 75c ministration of Harrison as pure, wise out and endorsed the only mean thing ing on him. ered, piece: 75c. , t 'ests V 1-forao,000 ConfedThe corner-ston. t f i r " f ie I and patriotic, approves the action of the the democrats are really responsible for. erate monument has been laid in Knoxf ot ton c if . s La l n as to the silver, The.whole ship's crew would be ashamed olst congress, especially ville, Tenn. tariir and pension bills, opposes free coin- of themselves if they had any concepCaterpillars swarmed on the track of tion of their own silly doings. age of silver, recommends the adoption the Milwaukee railroad and caused all of the new constitution and condemns The Harrodsburg Democrat wants it trains to bo delayed. the reckless, dishonest and extravagant distinctly understood that Little l'hil C. T. Wells' stable at Richmond administration of State affairs by the Thompson and the other self constituted was fired by an incendiary and it was democrats. George W. Boiling, the col- spokesmen for Mercer county in particuburned with live horses. ored preacher, wanted the forco bill en- lar and Kentucky in general do not exSi:U--LACINBy the allotment made by the bet-rdorsed, and after considerable objection, press their sentiments in regard to tary of war for arming and equipping succeeded in having it so proclaimed, Cleveland. The other day tho editor the militia, Kentucky gotsSll,U7S. but that is all the poor negroes got; ex- stood at a street corner for a few C.L.Mason, of Mt. Sterling, was cept a cursing for their impudence in and questioned everyone that killed by J. K. Miller at Kingston, N. trying to get anything. John Henry passed as to his choice for president. M., for undue intimacy with his wife. Wilson plead against the clause favoring Out of "0 only one was opposed to Conductor Thos. Chesnut, of Somer the new constitution, and charged that Cleveland, and this proportion would set, was run over by his train at Burgin politthe effort to endorse it was purely probably cover the country. The paper and so terribly mangled that he died. Come possible. We He was set down on, ical clap trap. continues: "Kentucky and Mercereoun-tyar- e At Yarnallton Station, Fayette whole thing went however, and the heartily, enthusiastically for (tro- county, a train ran over and killed a lit through like a dose of salts. Col. W. O. ver Cleveland, and silver or no silver, girl who had wandered from home. Bradley's lino Italian hand was seen mugwump or no mugwump, in the rug- tle A. I'RIIAXSKY, President Marsh, of the wrecked rethrough all of the proceedings, the ged hut picturesque language of Jim Keystone National Bank, at Philadel- Main Street, Stanford, Ky, .HANKS GAUUIEI,, sult being the most signal victory ever McKenzie, "All hell can't beat him." phia, jumped his Jv!0,000 bail aud is now Wilson, man. achieved bv a single Doctrinaires may grow heated over the a fugitive. Denny and all his opponents had to take claims of silver and politicians may Tno Finest on Earth. John Kversole, a nephew of tho back seats, and during the meeting were haggle over political quibbles with ' county Judge of Clay, killed "Bad Join." The Cm. itiniti, Hamilton ,V 1) ton R K i the nnl) line running Pullman's I'crlrcied Sufeiv as lonesome as poor boys at a -presages of defeat, but the people areHensley with a Winchester when he Vciiliiled (rains, with Chair, l'arlor Stepping will rind Inning Car ncrvHt Uftwwtn Cincinnati, InIt is not likely that they . They went to his hou.se to settle an olil score, dianapolis and Chu .io and is the unl line not troubled by these things. tamely submit to the snubbing, however, want nit lhtoiuh Ktilimng Chair Cart bttssren Cln-- f Saw mills and lumber valued it nrufi ticiLuk and Grover and are going to have him . 111. ind Slrt uln.7 and the signs are that the breach in the in spite of politicians." I$1SO,000, insured for $70,000. blinied it Cir Cincinnati to Ma. Mniiw, ami the of the g. o. p. will continue to ranks Onlv Dlroct Lino Houston, Texas, Wednesday. Seven llclwecn I.iihu, grow and broaden Hon. John You.no Bkow.n was the re- stores and thirty residences were aho troit, the Cincinnati, laln.Canad.tr TIwlo, De.and In Kvery Department. 'I he mail Is lie of the uldet in the State al cipient of an ovation at Henderson Fri- destroyed. A story of crime is published in the Ohio mid the onl) line entering Cim uinati over is day night, such as few men have t record can Just after the suicide of William mile ot double tra l and f rum it a. Well daily papers which for diabolical been honored. His townspeople, with- Vilas Hill at Memphis, Thursday, the innre tluti atiureiti patron speed, comfort and The afciv has hardly a counterpart. Goods, yc. Tukctiiin ale every where, and ee that they regard to party turned out en masse, shoe company, of which he was manscene is in Klliott county, this State, and out rmd C , II .VI), either in er out of Cincinnati, counties ager, assigned with liabilities of SoOO.OOO, Indianapolis or Toledo. Also nice line of Ladies and Children's Shoes and Oxford Ties. the victim was'Miss Maude Fleenor. a and the surrounding towns and K. O McCOKMICK. Xiee line of Worsted and Alpaca Coats and Vests, Men's ami Hoys' General i'atfcngcrand Ticket Agent. school teacher. vied with each other in swelling the assets fc'OO.OOO. young and handsome crowd aud adding to the graudness of Bob Cassidy, of Lexington, has sued Straw Hats, all fresh no old joods in stock. The belle of the neighborhood, she had demonstration. Owensboro was rep- the Press, of that city, and the Mt. SterBucklen's Arnica Salve Highest market price paid for Cross Ties, Wool, admirers by the score, among them two the Keith- The licat alein the world for cult, burnt, to the extent of a full special ling Sentinel forSo.OOO each forpuolish-inWilcox brothers, each of whom had resented sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feser sores, tetter, chaptrain, while Kvanville and other Indiana all skin crup an item intimating that he had ped hands, chilblain, corn and no py retjuir laid unsuccessful siege to her heart. a tions and positively cures pile, or .ll i; towns sent ilarge ueieguuoiis iu uo huh- - 8t0en a J10rt,e ed, While on her way to school in April, isKuirantted to l'iic peiiect satislactior, Price 15 cents per boi. governor. .Mr. or Cincinnati is enforcing the law For money retunded these fiends saw her, and hiding on tho or to Kentucky 8 next Crab Orchard, Ky. J. K. Ci'mmins, Salesman. sale by A K. J'cnnv, Staulord, Ky. Brown made a rousing speech and uu- - against Sunday base ball plajing, by ar- Bide of the road, scared her horse as she A Safo InvoBtmont Two clubs the participunl8 came by. It ran off, throwing her, merous other speakers added to the enuiumiwui ui me mxuaiuu. it " were marched to jail Sunday after play- - U one vhl'hi ituarauteed to bring jou atn and her foot hanging in the stirrup, she factor) result, or in cane of lailure, a return of AT was dragged some distance and a leg and grand affair, worthy of the grand man it Jn, one jIinK your purchase price, tin this safe plan you can 80URht t0 honor- uityfuim our advcitised druggist a bottle of l)r -J- ohn Temple, a colored preacher, King' New Uuiosery for Consumption. It Is arm broken. The two men then took relief in esery case when her to a deserted cabin and gave her the Ik them: were not many scores 0f w,li, vialtinK in Kvansvllle, Ind., bepan guaranteed to btlns; oC .toat.lung or chest, used for any affection alternative of marrying the one whom other good reasons for democrats to vote w'PPnP 'a wife. Warren Gray sui h s consumption. inll.imiiutii of the lungs, bronchitis, asthma, whooping coiij;h crimp, etc , lot should favor, or dying by degrees in the taste, per. the new constitution, the en-- l fered Te,PIe killed l,im wiUl a eti It is pleasant and Your Double Shovel Plows get. rial fitly saTe and can always f- t- ied upon. the prison they had made for her. She by the republicans of it, iIesseil is the at A K Penny' drug store bottle free And the best Lubricating Oil you can bet. The Illinois K'islature has chose the latter and they chained her to would furnish grounds for serious M. ,,,0UB, recommended Wm. Springer for the logs. The whole section was searchCages for your dear little pets; repub-,- ' Morlt Wins. as to its rejection. The ed in vain for her till last week, when lican convention, as Congressman Wil-- 1 "Peaker of the next Congress and urged Wedesiret" say to our itirens that for ear we The latest styles in Toilet Sets. found her in the sou said, simnlv endorsed it because thH itB representatives to use all honorable lusebcen wlltiiR Dr Kills;' New Discovery for lier brother-in-laConsumption. Dr King' Sew Life I'lIU She was dying but democrats did not do so. It would have means to secure his election. Arnica Salve and Klcctric Hitlers, and have loathsome den. never handled remedies that ell at well or the Wm. and John Anderson, colored, have given su. h universal atilactiin. vS'e do managed to whisper "the Wilcox boys taken the other horn had the Louisville tune and we not hciitate did it," before death claimed her. convention declared for the concern, who held tho girl, Jane Wnre, on the atand ready to gunrrntee them everyprice if satis to refund the purchase unmistakable evidences which it was careful not to do. We be- railway track in Bossier Parish, La., un- f.n.iorv result do not fallow their use I'liete There were also great popularity purely remedies have won K that they had outraged the poor g rl. lieve that the action of the republicans til a train ran over her, were captured in their merits A. theirPenny. Druggist Cali Torn A posseatonce went in pursuit of the hu- drives the last nail in the coffin of the and hanged by a mob of negroes. Wednesday afternoon, near Hawer-villAfter 51 rounds, the prize fight beman devila and captured them. They dying instrument. John Montgomery was stiuck by tween the negro, Pete Jackson, Biid Jim confessed all ami were shot to death at Five lightning and instantly killed. past belief, The People's party, which was chris- Corbett at San Francisco, was declared a once. The story is almost NT ami is apparently tened at Covington last week, bids fair draw. The prue was $10,000, and over men were all struck in Bourbon by the hut it comes straight same holt, one fatally. to he even shorter-live200,000 had been bet on the result. than the nuwell vouched for. merous other attempts to create a third The rope broke when the trap was Dealerlti Ion B. Nai.l, Secretary of the KenMiles' Nervo and Liver I'lIU party. The character of the men which sprung on a murderer at Broken Bow, tucky Press Association, announces that composed is proof positive Acton a new principle - regulating the User it that it wi'l Neb., Friday, but the sheritl managed to ttomaih and bowels through the nerves. A new theofficeisof the L. & X., Kentucky die CLOCKS WATCHES, AID Dr. There was not a staWd- - get him off' on the second round by discuvery taste, Mile' l'lll speedily cure luiiu ti turpid liver, pile, ioiiti..m nets, bad Central, N. X. & M. V., Kentucky Midchildren hm.il!et At Petersburg, Unequaled for men, women, cents, in at the birth, the whole herd e doubling the halter. men ample "ue land, Ohio Valley, and L., St. L. it Texmildit, surest, so dose as Va., a negro was hung for rape. at A It Penny's, Stuntord. B to the ing made up of hacks from the old paras have agreed to pass members Repairing neatly and prompt y Judge Alfonso Taft, who was seen-tarmeeting on certificates to be ties, who prefer to be big men in a little l'aducah ly done. of war under (irant and minister to thing to small men in a big thing. Crcut DlHcovcriTH, issued by him while the Q. it C. and What Hi li u, r.UMiii iiro to the tclmibonc and llusfia under Arthur, died at San Diego, elecirieilv Dr. T Louisville Southern will issue trip pass iis the l'lltsbuig Ni'.111 InFrnnk All... dispatches concerning Mr. Cal., Tiik nerv . . whither he had gone for his health, It is ..ill.', Wl'll Kminil npec:n es. The transportation will he good go j5,aine.g iUness are nu'diM'iiMs isto the ihtsoim yitumiimi nervu j will take old gold or silver in exchange for f'oods. (Stanford. 'Kv V Conllictiiis. which was destroyed by the rigorous tlutU " Auiuiiu Ins luminous dist'oseri't tlie ing June 4 and returning 5th to Sth. Soine report ,)In, fast iIMirovIiiK from an llcitoriil.se Nervine is uiiiloubti'diy one of ilio climate of Northern l'urope. in neriMine, It Kruutem glad to note that Mr. Nail will attack of K011t( but the New 'York AVe are uiiiirM.si'il . iiewnilKla, tia It ilyHpcpsla. Col. Hilary P. Jones, of the Hano. obey the resolution adopted at a,(, dnIma to have insi(le information nclie. li.. ii voi'pli'SMiess. vliunKCOi il'-ver Academy, Virginia, has been elect- etc. t'itt timl botil't or m.iv tie liJ of A K last meeting, which prohibits him that t,,b iSet;retarv of iS,att, is brok(n the ' read I'oiins. ed superintendent of the Alabama Mili- bltnlliiti dritKiri-- i A clmiililfJ.' a Ins .w an J vrry ali.t'. tn t'.r Aic from issuing certificates of mcmheibhip doivn ,nentaly amJ pl.vsicallv and will txioU. True to ' ban accepted. He is Academy, and iik anil liiirlv except when the application is accoin- nevpr be ab,e to resmm, jlig (,HjIeg aRailK tary a.l. an A. M., a graduate of the Univeisity of A Valuable- - DImcosi-o- . dues .fl for each h jf, to ,)(J hope, thg J9 panted by the annual yw Mntnle Virginia, and ranks high in military and Dr llruwii Si'ijuarii t xit of mi ill may lie paper. This entitles the paper to one HIaine js aJnonjr lhe my fjJW Knat mffn an lniHiriiiil hut cvi'ry oun liimwi ' educational circles. Iiti.it t I'uro Unit Or Fr.iiiUliu Mile' male representative, and ?1 is required ()f U)e (, m, hig ,osg wo,(ll,oa tulnly 14. Il li.i unen tliou.iml uOliflrd with A drunken man emptied a for each additional male representative. erlou lienrtilisfiiHiN"W Lonaoof Llfo. k ,.aam;tv at Conductor Winston when he would Dnijfflslb ntio run it t'llcci on iii.iny i The railroads will pacs one lady only. of It. spealt very not stop at a station his train was not rustomi-r- fvvrywhnro ICmi;htiiinn, lilslny nays-"HAS LED ALL WORM REMEDIES FOR Ind Mr. John representative. Certifi- of YEARS Tiik Khzabethtown News having with each male Imvp hold much of Ur Miles' Now I ure iintl permitted to. The man was arrested will be issued only to bona fide spoken of the prohibition Goliah, who is. O Monroe, oates h.ivc B""il report." got to Nicholasville, but was of Dunkirk, . iminy leport Iiiirq sale. "And EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD EVERYWHERE. Y., newspaper editors, managers and propii. to slay the democratic David, as Joshua when he tho best part of II every bottle ha ir Iven bat- -im- - Brown, the Louisville Times informs it too drunk to give his name, though he isfacilon." Sold and guarauteed by A. U. 1'eu- i etors. Theso rules were made ny, Stanford, Ky. PREPARED BY RICHARDSON-TAYLwas supposed to ho from Somerset. MED. CO. ST.LOUK MO. peritively necessary by tho large mini-- , that those who know him best call him TL-''ii- " The, president has appointed a com" papers would apply Josiah. In other words: He is not the her of passes some mission to visit several Kuropean counfor. The l'aducah meeting will proba-- man who commanded the sun to stand tries from which imigration to this bly not be as largely attended as the last Htill, but the one who would command country mainly comes, and investigate When Baby vtm sick, wo gave her Castorla. two but those who go will have all the the still to stand still, the extent to which governments, mu- When she was a Child, ahe cried for Castorla. tbetter time in absence of a jam. Coi.. H. M. .McC.uetv, ot the Jessa- - nicipalities and societies are aiding in When she Ix'came Miss, slie cIuiir to Castorla. When she had ChiHren. ho cave them Castorla People's party will dtaw mine Journal, has conditionally accept-n- the deportation of undesirable classes. Thk In the U. S. court at Covington K. from the prohibition people, j ed the'call to become a candidate for support for it deliberately and by.au overwhelm- - State Senator. Tho Colpnel has seen a V. King, a Harlan county man, was iningmajority refused to adopt a prohibi-- , great deal of law making both in Nation-tio- dicted by the grand jury. He has been St. John, who was al and State legislatures and the knowl- - serving aa deputy marshal, and it is plank. says that as a re- - edge gained would accrue to his district charged that he was given warrants present as a looker-on- , t . . t ..! :ii:.,: ,.n i.:.. SALE OK was the biggest fail- - and Hate. agaiUSl mOOIlollliicio nnu iiiitimcill-inu- i fonri convention it , tthd that he sold the warrants to saw . The visionary hub-ure he ever An organized eflort to defeat the new liquor, and for treasury scheme, has no foundation el constitution is going to be made and a them. The two burglars who went through The Very Desirable Residence )iir in iii8tice or common sense, and plan of operations is to be decided upon i Caatorla etires Colic, , "Caitorl U so well adapted tochildrrn that Hour riuiniacb, Dlarrhn-a-Oonxtlpatlori, that - house is at Bardstown Junction And lot on Danville street would bea species of class legislationrliOHH at a meeting of tho opponents in Lex the Enictatlon, I recommend Uaa superior toanxpreecription in Rood repair and he )ard i . i nI .. ...lwif ........... tn liaritfur Kills Wonius, given bleep, and promote di night were arrested by large and beautiful contains 5 rooms ington, June 10. At this writing it looks last Tuesday and altogether . woum anuru u icuw. ItIlUtrTII UI II1U. As ill itlsilsa. lution. o: like the constitution will defeat itself Marshal Hunter at Clay City and I Without Injurious medicatioa. 111 So. Oxford St., Hroollrn, N. Y. who need it most. " Kvery suggestion is ono of tho Most Debrought to Shepherdsville, where court Tho Placelightful in Town. plank was howled down, without any effort. Tlt Ciktack CotiriNr, 77 Murray Street, N. a temperance they were at once inand there never was a political gathering The Paris News says the people of being in session, Will sell or rent on easy termi. control of the Bourbon are for Cleveland, regardless of dicted, tried aud given ono year each in MISS MARY F. VARNON. bo completely under the tt Stanford, Ky. his silver views. the penitentiary. whisky element." Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal WALTON. The Louisville Store $85,000'S WORTH oc y r- k-- " Dissolution, Clearance Sale Money Ji'aising on Expiration. name. advanced many goods when the season It's all the use exira.vrain.aru manes itcomviusoru on in more limit nart quick sales. Therefore the Louisville Store will inaugurate means this the most gigantic bargain, an d unloading sale of the period. -- J y o cilice-ford- & I ...... ' e Clothing, fats, Carpets, Matting, thrown on the market at most ami price they will and Trunks bring. bargains allies yard; Sateens here: cents yard; 5c yard; ladies' Slippers pair; gents' EmbroidSlippers Carpels from a pair; 'ladies' Jerscu ouo pair: men mere a is ,:j. ssi ad rants Dry . J 1 MATHERS mo-ineu- ts caely and secure as manu bargains as At SJ per pair. Eggs bought at the highest market price at the Louisville Store. AM) KID 415fcBp GL.OTTES Proprietor. Managers. corn-Bhuckin- g. run-I- A. J I Gcnsen, j StirniL-ticld- j OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE Uc?-o- -- fiend-ishne- ss Just Heeeired Assorted Stock of White Ginghams, Teasel Cloth, g a .- .1- -1 W. E. PERKINS, -- 'jnR j J I inter-again- st B. K. & club-dorseme- W. H. Wearen's peace-make- 1 unani-thoug- ht llucV.-le- Refrigerators that never sweat, Water Coolers lined with charcoal jets. ia Canned Goods at Reduced Prices. - e, . Y l? ire I ? R0BT. PENZEL, d : Jimi, I -- .11 , , ,,, i tie- - Work Warranted. Fine Wnlchcs a Specialty. , 2-- Her-strict- ly epili-iitvi I ( - . i- , ,,,,. ( N-- , 1 - iili-en- WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE 20 ti s i Wi-.ie- r I I I j I OR '"i--- "- -- 1 j ) d o ( n Kx-Uo- v. ' FOR RENT. I h- ! Infants 1A, Children. i post-ofiic- e - I "V nx-- -- r r. r jz fi(ii I lrinVT i '. rt.lKsewVriSi x Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal May 2(5, 18!)1 Stanfohd, Ky., Diiikd Bkek just received at A. A. At this writing it really looks like itis are not only dead, but which smell. Warren's Model Grocery. going to rain. Praise the Lord. Cincinnati Enquirer. Two fast trains on the Cincinnati I will pay 10 cents per pound for Xo Takk your ejfiiB to the Cash Bargain Southern collided near Chattanooga, and Storo and Ket l'JJ cents per dozen. ,Io S. live geese feathers. Joe S. Jones. Kngineer Ciiapin 1 3 H.6.RUPLEY,-e- 'vjni' B7a 1 )i Joilt'H. tt.C.WALTON, BUB.MQnUROr MEANS BUSINESS. Kxi.itAMso dunuHtA. It. I'onny'H. and artisticnlly 0 Hank your uitrli, clock and jewelry repaired "at A. IS. I'onny'H. All work warranted. Hkmi:miii:h that all silvcrwHtf. watuhen, ring's, iW, lioiinlit at A. IS. Tenny's will be engraved free of charm. PERSONAL POINTS. m fc "V .mil 1. ii. lias lieen on a vlMt Tiik other day as Capt. Matt. Lowe's to his daughter in Louisville. train was p.issilik: Col. T. I'. Hill's a o Mil. ami Mm. Max .Ma.viw went to boy threw a rock at it, which crashI'.iris yesterday to vifit relatives. Kit Hex iiiiMKii is back from LuxIiik ed through one of the heavy windows. The scamp disappeared immediately, but ton, a full. Hedged telegraph operator. Mit. and Mas. Fiink II AUitimmd Mas- Capt. Frank Harris has a detective on ter Albert went to Louisville ycfterday. his track and he will no doubt suffer for Col. ami Mas. T. 1'. Iliu. went to bin meanness. r.trksviilu Saturday to visit Mrs. MarTiik commencement exercises of shall. Female College begins next Mk. V. I). Wkatiikhcoiiii, of RichFriday evening with an open session of mond, was visiting his old home at Hun-to- the literary societies, and do not dote villi Saturday. till the following Wednesday evening. Mu. W. M. Wkiuiii, of Knoxville, The concert Tuesday evening by Mits Meneil to Lexington yustorday to seu his Libbie I'egan's excellent class will be I daughter nidliate. worth the trip thither to hear llo.v. Ci. A. L.m ki:v was cnlltwl to Lex Bt'lKBYK MA MINKS. A PUpplv of inuton Friday, by the illnei-- of his Mr. V. M. FieM. these excellent machines is kept Mic. ami Mas. A.J. Kwu-nron hand at I. M. BruceV, Stanmoving Into tlieir new cottage on Main utreet, ford, Crow V Co.'s McKiuney, and W. A. Carson's, Crab Orchard, where twine and are as happy hs turtle iloves. Mu. ,lot:eii Nkvics spent several dajn and repairs can also be bad at all times. with Messrs U. C. and l'orter Waters in Kxamiue the merits of the Buckeyo be.1. (I. Shields, general Dmnvillo and took in ISobinsou's circus. fore buying. Mu. J. S. MeWn i.iAMsof 0. K., was agent. yesterday sworn in as deputy dork for Tin: Richmond LVgiitcr savs that the convenience ol the people of Ids there is in jail at that place a hoise thief taction. named J. H. ISatlill, who claims to bu a w rites from Pontine, M Iss Si it Co Ills., to change her paper to Barkhville, Methodic pieachor, and who is apparently very devout. As he is wanted in where she and 1'rof. T. L. Cleland's fam two otker pluccs for the same ollencu he ily willsjiend the summer. I.. I. ..I. ,ur-,- : : .i l """ "B wm " """" l,Hm i:i... i.. i. ...;n Mu. Click Mo k, after an absence of " '" '" sent as a missionary to the convicta n...,u. ,.i.... v.. ,..i for a decade or two oo, is visiting his mother's family in that county. lit' is an engineer now TK ..,,. work(t ..olllri,(.,ori, ,.,., to Miss AnoikBai.loc accompanied her l,nVe given up the job entirely. We do father to Somerset Saturday, where she not kll0W whether the Sturtevant Broth- will take part in the closing exercises of era are law proof or not, but Mr. John S. Miss Kllen Ballou's school next Thurs- Hughes and Masterson Peyton are pretday. ty solid and Mayor Vandeveer says he (ik.v. Si'kkii S. Fhy, of Danville, has will sue for damages at the proper time. been chosen superintendent of the Sol The council accented their own nronosi- diers' Home, just located near ltuisvilie, ,:on am ttit-- nlioul.l be made to comply and which will accommodate :!(W vet-iL. erans. T Kentucky Mutual Benelit Society Mu. C. IS. IIiiock informs us that- be which was originally the insurance dehas been chosen a professor in the Baptist College at Williamsburg and that he partment ol the grange, has made an aswill enter upon his duties in that capac- signment, giving as a reason the great ity at the beginning of the fall session. number of deaths this spring from the grip. The olllce wasattieorgetown, and Ixunlon Kcho. in tho 17 years of the society's existence FitiKNDs ol Mr. F. M. Ansley, road ' .GOO in death benefits will W glad to know that he and il l,,IH Pfli(l master, his family are about to return here to number of Lincoln county farmers held live. Helms been given charge of this policies in it. oivisiou exe.UKtve.y aim win move as TllK Hpj,.mM new (mtt.t ul Kj(.,monl, as he gets a house. Uu, (;ynd..t,, which cost over 10.000, B. Smith, of Mt. Vi ruon JfiKiB it,.. i, i..r :.... ,i.... w,i.i.. j Signal, and Mr. C. C. Williams were and " was consumed, together with the here Saturday. The judge tells us he is drug and book store of A. II. Woods and . i going 10 mkn in ms nrsi press conven- - Collins' furnituro store. The revenue lion this year, and we hereby warn the hll,inu adjoining, occujued by several lioya to look out for him He isa lady's wrtk,8 ,U.II(,K Collector main, was man fiom away back also destroyed. Tho total loss is JSO.OOO, Tiik following young people were de- a little over half covered by fnsurance. lightfully entertained by Mis Mattie C. Ikisley Thursday evening- Misses LiJim IUhti.v was tried before Judge ma and Kate Baker, Kugcnia and Lucy Varnon Saturday for assault on Frank Pulliam, Li.7.iu and Lydia DePauw, Ma-- ? Smith with intent to rob, but the jury ry Powell, Bessie Kiehanls ami Mary failed to agree and the case was set for ... .. .. .. .. I ribble, aiJurk, and .Messrs. Shelby, trial again ne.vt Saturday. Smith swoio sinith, Powell, Lillard, Jasper, Pulliam, that Bastin, who is his'tirst cousin, and Bailey. tempted to make him give up $'2, which A consisting of Mr. I'M Dud- - l0 claimed he owed him; by means of a derar and Miss Mary Vanoy, C. C. shot gun, which he handled reckless llocker and MsSalhe Dudderar.Ueo. about him. Bastin swore lie did not do Woodring and Miss Maggie Adams, and any such thing, and got four of the jury Bobt. Chappell and Miss Malissa Adams, to believe his story, while two held out viijoyed a day at Crab Orchard last that Sinith had been badly treated and week. Somebody registered tho last that his assailant should be punished, named as .Mr. and Mrs. Chappell, and Iki: Hi'iiiiLK thief monumental tiiv i..iv.. l.een exiiliiinini' hvit si t gall. He stole iaa apair of ofpants from Joe they are not married, but the victhat S. Jones' stoio and in a abort time took tims of a practical joke. them back to trade for a pair that would tit him. Mr. Jones suspicion! d at once AND VICINITY. CITY that they had been stolen, but tho netiKiiMAN millet seed for talo at J. B. gro put on a bold front and declared he Foster's. bought them from Wallace Withers two Hkuikst price paid for genseng. .Too weekH before. As the pantaloons weie of unusual size, Mr. Jones remembered S. Joiits. to have shown them to a I want to trade brick for u fat heifer. customer that morning tind so informed W. F. ISaniBey. the negro, who dually admitted that he had stolen them. He also confessed Xkw lot of summer millinery just when brought into court and was given received at Miss Annie Wrav's. ISO dava in jail. per Fink cassimero jeans pants fl.'-All Finkii. Last week Miss Mollie jiair at tho Cash Barvaiu Store. Joe S. Frederick swore out a warrant against Jones. Will Hasty and Jack Beazley, colored, . (.Jo to B. K. Bout'a for ice cream every charging them with cursing and abusing day and every night, fresh and pure, by her. Her own testimony showed that it was an all around cursing match, in the gallou or plate. which she held her own with great force Tiik Interior Journals will play a and emphasis, and Judge Varnon lined couple of games of ball witli a crack both witnesses and defendants $ each. Louisville team on Saturday next. Mis Alice Hasty was one of the witkokSalk. o'J inch Columbia nesses for tho Commonwealth, but she Bicvti.K Bicycle, full nickeled, good repair. fooled Attorney Paxton and proved an excellent witness for the defense. Mrs. Will sell cheap. W. B. McKinney. Frederick also had a warrant out against Halk's Wkll will bo kept in line stylo the boys for stealing two dozen of her this year by Mr. Iteuben Flora, who chickens, anil they were held to trial for will open it up June 10 witli n grand it yesterday, when the negro was given two months and Hasty acquitted. hop and lino supper. See ml. iiitMiY ne-rMil-lersbu- rg n s win-in-lacb-stantly for the . foul murder of Marshal Coovert. will Tin: ladies of the Presbyterian church Miss 1:mm B.u.i.or iHthcyueht of Miss have to upend the rt- -t of his dave in met yesterday to consider the advisabil Klorn Ballon. minou. the court of hiiiiiIm lnivim. ity of giving a supper to raise funds for Tiik and only Bill Foster, of alllrmed the verdict, doodin has been some necessary improvement, and de isomorw't, is here. in jail here f hire his fearful crime. eided to get the money some other way I (ioon rains have fallen in many parts Cammim, eakef, fruiU) and in fact oi the Mate, but we are denied the blesseverything in the r. staurant line, at IS. ing, so far. An Ineffectual ntterntit iiL n .iinmer's. shower was made yesterday, but it wos to lay lr you want the heat binder on the not sufllcieiit places. the dust, which is a foot deep in market buy the Deorinc. For wile by A.T. Nunnelley, who also keeps a full Fikk. Mr. W.I). Kebon writes from line of repairs and the lieBt twine made, Conway that the saw mill of ii. B. Day all at pries and terms to auit the tiimn. and some SO 000 feet of lumber were (iive him a call. burned Friday night. Mr. Day was down Ki. Ooodin, whom a Bell City jury with the fever and is very low. Robert Middle, Sr., died on they'd. let oil' with life imprisonment and Fireman Clark were killed by jumping. The number of Sunday schools in tho Cnited States in 1MK) was 10S,o:,!l, with a total number of teachers and 1&Q ,' T yTTTTT bcholara of u,S0O.)S2. In an early morning fire in the house of Lord Romilly in the fashionablequar-ter- n of London, Lord Romilly and two of his female servants lost their lives. Over :,000 immigrants were landed at New York Sunday. Of these 1.2 Is were Italimm, who arrived bv a single steamer, ten sf them being detained as NKW AIiVKUTISEMEXTS Springs Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed sw Summer tm ri"r XflL 4i. J I jl Is Receiving His Goods Give iiim a call. L Fancy & Family Groceries Wc keep in stock a full line of all kinds of Staple Groceries, which we will take pleasure in showing and make A very sensible conclusion. :kam! withwmuiit Hop. ToChii 'I hU pleBVint unit Tin: entertainment by Mrs. J. F. Gover'a school at Turnersville evening, J7tii, promises to ho a real treat. It will be free, but a small admission fee will he charged to tho straw-berrsupper, which will be given immediately after it. it hcithful result ill PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. Glassware, Oueensware, Table and Pocket Cutlery. A full line of Haskcts kept in stock, all of which we are offering cheap to the public. Come and see us. OPEN JUNE io, 1891, when "ill ! pirp.ired to a commodate hord-i- t at J a week, lngle meal u unti Cottage-fo- r rent at $loa eck or $ a rom. Hones t at $ J wttl orwcMiH a feed Everything ha been put in j.od condition nd M io fine ihape lur health aiA rni'.Mtti lit 4 "n RKLM'KN FLORA. 1 l"-t- y FARRIS . HAHDI1T. Dit. J. C. Boui.Klost his stable in Danville by fire Friday, which also burned to death the standard bred lilly, Maria II., two years old, by Abdullah Mambri-no- , dam by Messenger Ciiief. A valuable buggy mare was also lost. There was no insurance on either building nr stock. NUICS 111 WHOM IT IUT COSCEEH -- And- OF SPECIIL LHTEREST m (rg"g5fm xttzzd23tim&i& J. B. FOSTER nt"'r,,' brocenes and Harnwarp. tt Tkii IjincuMer ISecord takes occasion to pay (ien. W. J. lndram a deserved compliment, and adds. He has been a pirty wheelhorM', but in recent years his devotion to his party and fealty to its Iftm- of the Cincinnati I moil Siock Yard Co , principles hasjiot received the recogniCINCINNATI. MAY 14. ingi. tion that it deserved. The Record has a a 01 the Hoard of Director held thlt day, the lolloninK tes luin.ii va unanimously great admiration for (Jen. Landrain .i!otMl His unsellish traits of characThat on and after Monday, ter and kindiieKsof heart in every relation of life have drawn to him friends May 18, 1891, there will be no who are not routined to party lines. May lie live long and prosper. charge made for yardage and Shippers of Uve Stock. Salt, Lime, Cement, Tiling, Farming Implements,S:c. Studebaker Wagons, Oliver Chilled Plows, Dicks' Feed Cutter, Mocking Valley Corn Shcller. ( niii-iin- s per-sonall- W. B. IVIcROBERTS, Has the Newest and Latest Stylesof Wall Paper, Every Shade and Color of Alabastine; The Best and Purest White Lead and Oils; Ready Mixed Paints and Neal's Carriage Paints; Sil- MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ;H), and Mrs. of 2.'!, were married I . Jock Daugherty, aged weighing on any live stock sold at these yards. Hy wi.., M.-vi''- '' MarMinnix.a widow onlir of the Hoard. W ' y 1 at the court house Friday. Mr. Joe Turner, 1M, and Miss Hattie Hilton, Hi, were united in marriage at Mr. Hugh Kdwards' Sunday. J. F. Urillin, a young widower, led Miss Annie Hasty, a blushing young damsel to the marriage altar Sunday. II . F. Brooks, a widower of il'2, no veil feet tall, and hailing from Rockcastle, was mariied at the l'ortmnn House Saturday to Mrs. Amanda Turner, a pretty widow of '2'.. Judge Wallace K. Varnon tied the knot, and tho trio formed the long, short and heftinessof the business. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. J I.ll'l'INCOTl, I'rcmliMt. LIME I AND BRICK. Lan-catte- r, will deliver l.lmeat .5 Cents a llmliel in Stanford and the neighborhood. I will 1I&0 load on curi at Crab (Orchard, llrick at 7 ceuU n hundred Gitu me a chance. FRKI) KMELUKK, Crab Orchard. i.Otn I am well prepared to bore wells and will do Mork in a good manner and promptly WEIX BORING Largest and Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks the At One Dollar a Foot. Call on or addrrst me at Stanford, Kentucky. I.. T. SMITH. Mil For Sale. Three, red bull calves. It. 11. Ac to do all kinds And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, day and night. ... '.,,. f ....... - : er j j J ni-i- t long-legge- d tolIOuse-Buildcr- s For sale, sow and three thoroughKrom now until the 10th of June, ifoi, uih to bred pigs. Robt. Bruce, Stanford. building Tho Midway Clipper reports sales of receive bull for the the store ofofs my house. The II .Shanks, or plan can be een at Crab Orchard 'J.'i fancy calves at J17..V) and 21,000 lbs. at my home near the Stanford I uo limit pIVe, thrae mile from Crab Orchard of hemp at$l. ol bldi wanted one the material to be furnished or by The Somerset Reporter has notices by contractors all bid mjsell A reiere the ritht to C NKW1.ANI). reject any or of sales of l'.S sheep at zll.'.l')', lambs at fi cents and fat steers at ;'. cents. Maurice Watterman, of Mason, Ga., bought about 'JO harness horses in this Lot on Main Street in Stanford vicinity this week at prices ranging from Containing f 120 to $100. Advocate. T R. WALTON', Stanto rd. Tho dry weather lias made the grass ermeaY. as strong as it is in July and cattle are humping themselves. A gentleman told Hat lug secured the ir ices of a first class us he had put 12") pounds to tho head on painter, am now picpared to do all Lnuls of his since May 1. Tho Illinois State Board of Agricul- Repairing and Repainting; ture repoita a fine prospect for wheat in Of carriages and buggies. Cuvemeacall V.M UAUCjIIEKTY that State, with an unusually large ncie-ag- e. ., Tile fruit crop is expected to be J...IN KMAN I HAM sl the largest ever known. Shippers of livestock will see by tu,o advertisement in another column that the Cincinnati I'nion Stock Yards Co. now makes no charge for yardage and weighing on any live stock sold at its yards. Bahr A: Kahn bough of J.S. Owsley, T. I). Newland, Will Logan, Isaac Ham ilton, T. L. Shelton and others a car load of butcher cattle at 2J to I cents ami of J3ARBEE&UASTLEAIAN R. L. Porter and others a lot of hogs at MANAtiKRS, ;.! to I cent.". From the 10th of May to tho 20th Commerce Building, Louisville. the daily shipments of strawberries by Agents throughout the South. fast freights from Milan, Tenn.. to points north of the Ohio river were :: ears , each cur holding MX) crates of 24 quarts W. A. TRIBBLE, Local to the crates. By express the shipments STAN I Oil I' K were daily 7 cars. 1 1 K. P. Woods. Notice FOR SAIiEI 1 JOE SEVERANCE, Jr., Denier in carriage: ;paintixg. car-ri.i1 Buggies. Carriages, Phaetons, A ROYAL Or LIVERPOOL, Insurance Company, - Ac-out- ' One soldier was killed and seven oilhers were injured in a wreck on the Southern Pacific, near Borden, Texas. At the Pratt coal mines in Alabama, - Vt m ten negro convicts and one free miner were killed by a gas explosion Saturday. The graining mill of the Sycamore Powder Co., in Cheatham county, Tenn was destroyed by an explosion of 2,(HX) pounds of gunpowder. The mill received injuries from which lie died. It is reported from Chicago that BaRudolph Kalnoky, of Austria, quarron reled with a young Southerner about Miss Atherton, of the opera company. They fought a duel at Jackson Park, in which the Baron was wounded. The Kentucky republicans, after a llavlnir remotrd mv Karber Shon in ib Pnm fierce and protracted struggle, were fool merclal Hotel, I am prbpared to accommodate la- ishly forced into endorsing the force bill dleKaawellat gentlemen in anything they may uiih in They mi me. my line. Children also waited on. Call and the new State constitution. J tSSK THOMPSON, inv.ommcrciai Hotel, have simply endorsed two things which foie-ma- n BINDERS, HAY - RAKES, Kinder Twine, Machine Oil, &c. 'Mt THMfcfmJlLfe: Before uuvinjj. V Semi-Weekly time is about so minutes faster Flrat Attempt to Catch a Mouse. T Not n Snores. Published Every Tuesday and Fr day Once upon a time thero lived a pretty AT little kitten. His mother was just beJVD""" .NOK ginning to tcaoh him how to cntcli f V l'KR YHAUJX iiee. So one day he stole nwny nml s When nut so paid $2.50 wW e charged." went down into n cold ecllur to go till by himself. "I'll catch K. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. ever so muny," he thought "Six for mother, one for brother Spotty, one for Train invcs Rowland at too a. n., returning IVty, one for Scramble, one for " Tumble and two for poor little Flop, time card. local who never is well." 3 P Then he sat and wnited. "It is tho Mail train going North ' 131pm South he thought; "and I 13 " way to begin," Express train " South '4'jnl Must be very quiet, like motherl" At ' North 6j.ini this moment something stirred a pile Local freight North P m 5 South of turnips in the corner, and the top The latter trains also carry passengers. above it calculated on standard time. Solar one fell on and started to roll along tho The -- Interior Journal PUSSY AND THE TURTLE. 111- - ''"l&w. 1 -- -- Pussy flew upon it in a jilTy. "Good!" he exclaimed, "I've killed it though it A. S. doesn't seem to be u mouse. How cold SURGEON DENTIST. and queer it feels! 1 wish Scramble was JHIflE with me. Guess I'll go back to mother Office .on Mam street, oscr W. 11. McRoberts Drug Store, Stanford. as soon ns I've caught one real mouse." Just then he heard a hard, thumping sound. With a start and a jump ho turned quickly, and if there wasn't a DR. AV. B. great big turtle creeping toward himt Turtles, you know, move very, very I suppose they find their hard office recently slowly. Office South side Mam street, in Ky. shell rather heavy. vacated by Dr. L. F Huffman. Stanford, "Oh, dcarl I don't want to cateh any mouse at all," said Puss to himself. L. I5 COOK, DR. "I'm scared. I want to go back." PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Still the turtle moved toward him nearer and nearer. "Oh! oh!" thought STANFORD, KY. Residence, Pussy, now ufraid to move, "it's going Drug Store Office over to pounce upon me. I know he Is. And Owens property at thu junction ot HusJames if I run uway he'll catoh me sure!" Dan wile pikes. tons ille and Tho turtle came closer. "Go 'way! go 'way!" cried Puss. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. "You just dare to touch me, and I'll cellar floor. Dr. PRICE, PENNY, Dentist. The Yankee Trareter. American village) necessary for you to go to tho auction Where does Mr. Smlkes llvo? First Resident I notta knowa. at Mr. Sellout's Stranger Whcro does Mr. Smlke.i Mrs. Spriggs Thero may bo two or P nW(ir "2-n- l things there that I want, and besides I live? versthay Second Resident Nix enjoy going to auctions. Stranger Whcro docs Mr. Smlkes "There won't bo any auction there." live? "Why not?" y anil bought Third Resident Notowkl kowowskL "I Btopped In Stranger Can you toll mo whcro Mr. everything he had at prlvato sale." "Everything? Private sale? Aro you Smlkes lives? Fourth Resident Me no sabo. crazy? What lu tho world did you do Stranger (a little farther on) Thank that for?" "Because I didn't want you to go to- fortune here comes an American at last-Cyou tell mo whore Mr. Smikcs morrow, and pay three or four prices lives? for everything." N. Y. Weekly. Fifth Resident Deed I can, salt. I ".lint Cloyed vrlth Nentnrm." lenowed Mlstah Smlkes since long befo' A "poor white trash" girl from tho do wah, snh. Right ober dero, sah. mountains of North Carolina was re- Good Xows. ceived into the house of a lady in RalA KTIlEIt liKATHN. eigh for training. Sho was taught to A cream of tartar sk ng r ir amn leasinmg Mre .th be orderly and clean but suddenly disa.i.l ineiit L'Otl pAii cipline ceased, for sho lied to her mountain home. Thither the lady went to find her. wrrWj f "Why did you leave me?" sho asked. "Well, Miss lllank," was tho reply, "I couldn't stay. I was just cloyed with neatness." Philadelphia Record. An Economical More. Mr. Spriggs My dear, It won't bo Stranger (In Sastin's Sftw Mill. t hae finished my tirw Saw Mill on the Somer set pile, 7 miles Irom Stanfonl nnd am prepared to furnish any Und or I.ll.MIttK, SHINGLKv I will sell the lum ,Ve., at I.OWKSI" PRICKS. btrat the mill or delier, to suit purchasers. U(e M AYWOOl), KY me a trial. IWntlice, I will delfter nnnl thestntit shingles at Sta: ford or Rowland at $ 5 per.M 43-- iy A II to-da- I1AMIN Form For Solo. detrf to sell ny larin ot aout ijn ai res it , ated atxiut 1, miles north of Stanford on lk Rush Hmik I. tr, opposite llie.. thim h Then are about so a. res in w hi at an J rw1, the alarn. of the Ijri.i r, vl in tnn.th pl ilwelun of fnur r 'irjpi.l kin'vn aid a iplelidid arn; Is well atrr.; ami fen ed l'oMsion tan be cton Immfdi.ttly. lor pjrtKulais, J. P. iwuey, Maiilit,I, or write the nmleriigned nt K WINIKRS t in. innatl. Ohm I . m an POWDER Absolutely Puro r I K- I ,,hct ol Dealor 111 I 1 3 icin .V I) mesli, rsmmm: ' f WINES AM) I.IfrORS, Sciiii Aikrrman's anl .Miloautee Iwitl.ol i 4 Put Jtlfersoii stuet, bet Hoyd and Preston, I.OflS Il.l K, KV Sleam thitllr,! I'eer, warratiteil to keep six n.nths My kkIs will lie found at the IVrtman House saloon and at Kcrtill llrcs' , Kowlniiil hter. llreaklnt- - It Rrntly. "Sr COMPANY 11. "m Mr. Trotter (to himself) As I will be at the ofllee until nine o'clock this evening I guess I'll send Alice a telegram explaining matters. As he enters tho house at ten o'clock his wife of a mouth throws herself into his arms. "Oh, Tom." she weens, hold ing out a yellow envelope, "this horrid telegram came this morning and I'vo been afraid to open it lest it should contain bud news! What In the world has delayed you so?" Judge. A -- . J'' Whsw. 3f- -- v A """""li v.. s, - Munsey's Weekly Mlruclo of l'orglseness. CREAM shi iir!i&v? e LEXINGTON.KY. IK YOU WANT EMI' I im-.- HOMEOPATHIC SALVE, "In the matter of taking caro of your father," said tho visitor, "you have nothing to reproach yourself witlu You havo furnished him n good home these muny years." "That Is true," replied tho host, "Fifty-thre- e thoughtfully. years ago, when I was a trusting, helpless, innocent child, ho gave me the name of Adouijah. Rut I havo tried to do my duty toward him," ho continued, with a look of calm resignation on his worn features, "nml I have succeeded, think, in almost forgiving him." Ho punched tho fire, blow his uose loudly, looked out of tho window and changed tho subject- - Chicago Tribune, 1 n hrmtrs il.l sores, stln dliease, Cures rorns, hum ns. pt'es, hst'ila, stratdies, halter runn .le p, s n and lruie Whrrescr It has i rctt tha uiyra w.iinlerful aulaciifin an J it- - prf'eii- - i tor trmoMiiif aoienrss Is rcmaikj ' v N unr'.i.i- - testimonials will be snured add will ipi r it in this spier a a lier date. Made sn.l isr .!! j I I II Hi' INS. Stanford, Ky THE U KILKV e HOUSE, Kentucky. am II .If I DENTIST. House, Olliceon Mam street, opposite rortman upstairs. Nitrous Oxido Gas gnen for painless extracting 'STANFORD. KENTUCKY., .UIWIIHS. """" I THE SHELTON HOUSE, J. H UREER, Proprlotor. K&a? AT f i' I Rowland, - - Kentucky. 94-- "' Ethel but didn't care to recognize him. Agnes Don't you know him well? Ethel Not very: ar.d, besides, one has to draw the line somewhere. He had a tit lu our front yard once, and ever since he has claimed acquaintance. Judge. I know it; I A ToiikIi Insinuation. Ethel. Agnes That Slight Clxlui. man bowed to you, GOOD BREAD AM) A HAl'I'Y C London, tin . . KILZY. Proprlotor. K, Ihium tcii to ray pnj.se ' f'sn f r U (".'. I.ii.t.M4il,l t . CREAM FLOUR MADi: IIY nmiioditr t e public ana eseiy conwmcuc PRANK RII.KY. LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS Not u lilt lte.klpis. a lady to a COMPANY, accommodations at reasonable rates. room and Kood livery in connection. Open" ay and night. Sample CASH O Pl'bSV AND T1IK TCHTIX. Crusty (to his nephew) Well, here's another check, but remember to tako caVe of it. A fool and his money are soon parted. Rill Scapegrace (aside) That's so; It only took me half an hour to coax this out of you! Munsey's Weekly. TIIF. AAI.UK 01 VnVKUTIMNC "I hope, Jennie, that,you have given the matter serious consideration," said LEXINGTON, KY. Paid For Hides and Pnr, ...AT.. M. F. ES ELKIN Stanford, & GO.'S, Ky. iyr FXYKES HOUSE, p. W- - GREEN, Proprlotor. Hayseed (in Chicago hotel) What's them glasi bottles, Paid up Capital of - $200,000. recently taken chirgeoi this I have Marior? Hotel and intend keeping it at us present high Srtrplus, . - 15,000. standard. Special attention given to tho traveling SPIDER. Mrs. Hoyseed I heard 'cm called THE TRAP-DOOpublic. LouitVlllC 4 NaiHVILlt R. R. hand grenades. A Curiou Insect ami It Still More it- SUCCKkeiOR loTtllt LINCOLN NATIONAL "Well, wolll I knew tho anarchists murkalile Ilabltntlun. First-Clas- s BANK OK STANFORD, Is the line fur yo 1, as lis was pretty bad here, but I ditln't know ITere is an excellent picture of this (Now clotinc up) with the same amis and under In connection. Also the hotels had to arm their guests agin curious insect and its still more remarkt. tie saute ssu nag em." Good News. My prsnrissens of its du iter, are as able habitation. This spider is somePool and Billiard Parlors. times termed the "underground weaver," fully prosw led as ate desailois in National Make itote'c inin t. The Proper Thing. ifMlisldujIlr RanVs, Ka hsihldts being l but its more common name is tho "TrapMrs. Glanders My husband Is 6tich LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI liable 10 the esiehi ul the assiosiHi of tbeir si k Ihri.-at the pir value the trot, la addition to tli door Spider." In entomology it is classed an orderly man. amount invested in such hams It may act as Pnr All ihhiiU NATIONAL BANK under the head of the Tttrapncnmonrt, executor tdsniniatrjuw, trustee, Ac, as full) as Mrs. Gummey Is ho? an individual and is described as having four lung Mrs. Glanders Yes; he's subject to IHKKL'tiH IICKF.TS SOI I. To those vho enliuMtd thsir liukincss to us IIA(.(.A(.K CUM Kl.U IIIROKIH j sacs, four stigmata, and g two pairs of epilepsj-- , you know. Well, he felt an OF STANTORD, KY, while the Lincoln National Hank il - hr undsrroar many thanks aitl Stanford. 1 ins repulsive looking creaspinnerets. Por an) information enquire of attack coining on yesterday while on If Mr. Smith had advertised his out trust tbry Mill ontinua l ttanast their business J A CARPI N I Kit Wnt, ture is a veritable argus, having eight the street, and he walked right into his with u, oHrin( as a fuantnlee fer prompt attenManlTii', Ky. Or acute, brilliant ocelli, which are im- bread in the columns of a newspaper tailor's to have the fit. .Judge. tion to sane, oar twent) yea is' eanenease in ITNN, lr.. P- a- Agent of on a fence ho would not havo instead Capital Stock banking and as titttac nMMMrdattOMS a are conJ movable and lldless, as are the eyes of suffered tho i.n Cts. Ky sistent with sound banking. A Natural Conclusion. Twenty miles the shortest to all other insects. The entire body and ence. Life. above mortifying expert IG,500 spradling legs are covered with dusky, Surplus wmuMn Mr. Corncob Now, Mnricr, why will J J WiUiain,, Mt. V,nM; you keep agin' terbacker? irregular hair that, in addition to Inky A Tearful Trmrrdy. J. M Hail, Stanford; to ,he fa Attention of the public is "jw"-:"horns and sharp, serrated nippers, give I will now read to you Why, there's old Peter Flaxseed, mos' J . OnVei, SMstfssrd; ... ... w. mai misis inu uiuy ...iiiuu-ninety, nnd has alius smoked like a S J. Kmhry. SustVrt; my play. National Bank Act. him a formidable aspect. A little beK. D. Under the provisions of the NewKHt Nes,V Mi- - umi pi Valley Ci . ) K Lnn, Stanford ; dipositors are secured not only by the capital low the clawliko pinchers is a small Friend Hut why have 3011 given me S .li.l Vcslltiilfo Prams 10 A W . Ca rpm. M stotk, but by the stockholders liability lor an aperture through which tho venom u this package? Mrs. Corncob Humph! Ho might a vt le amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of lIsstMssivilie, bin a hundred by this time if ho hadn't. J. K. BatHt are secured by a fund of 5400,000. Philadoiphia A That package contains this institution J. P. CmIi, Stnnfarsl; Judge. Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank .7 half a dozen handkerchiefs. My play is k Baltlmoro, Now York, arc made each year to the United States governWill.ain I'rooski, Stanfuid. Ky a tragedy, and I don't want you to bo examined at rtated times A Thrifty Mlml. ment and its assets are S. II. Sitauks, Pip. lent All points Kasl and S 'iithrast. by government agents, thus securitts additional unprepared. Texas bif tings. Shall be engaged Tho Collegian Onl) one ni(lii "in Iroin LcsinKtun. and perfect safety to depositors. J M. Owiley.;(. er again this summer or not? This institution, originally established as the Corr- - ttd Tun Card in P.fleit Mas i8i &W M Pright, Teller If She Couldn't. Deposit Hunk of biamord in 185$, then Tho Accommodating Girl It's just as H Keep in Ii nun (Jencral Ito-2cd as the National Uank ol Stanford in itoj and Somewhat Stylish. He (tenderly lift you say. Jlliwt J till ml. ngain re.organUed as the Kirst National Hank of ing her up to a seat on the stile) My d n.iu practirviy an . Mill leaves I.usiiititnn dads- ai ; . Stanlord in imi, lias Tho Collegian Well, we might as . existenceof xt yvt- - It is betttr supplied S si. Mt x.fi.Olitt M darling, after wo aro married will you well be engaged, then but you wou't Wim -, .urnii now with tHCilities lor transacting business prompt 12 is pus, CUlctlobtsrg u at allow me to put you on the htile? liberally than eer before in its long and ly and expect another ring, will you? Mun Huntington u.jo pm Honorable career. .Accounts of corporations, She After we ure married I think sey's Weekly. I. uiltsol KsprM leaves lsins;tiin il iti) it d MAGIC Oi t II ' firms and individuals respectfully pin, Wiitchokir J ". Mt Slrliu 7 I shall be able to get on to the styles y "1. Ashland k CatletPtbiirn .irntini; at An Olijert of Sympathy. myself. Drake's Magazine. at it 07 nm lIiintiiiKlnn The Directory of this Hank is composed ol AccujinHidiiliOH imIIv, Sumi.ir, It t "See that fellow over thero? Poor T. J. Kostcr, of Stanfonl; : r r Mi I. Mutton at s 4( pin. 7 Printed at I.uxt. cuss. He doesn't know where he'll get I'i'U 7 Porestus Kciil, Lincoln county ; 45. arritiRK at Olise Hill M 10 pin MLss Boston Is it not remarkable! his next meal." J. W. Ilayden, Stanford; dully es.tpt Susdav, Icam CHOLERA GURE1 S. It. Ilaushman, Lincoln; Mi Kington m 1. vfl Tho writings of a man who lived be"You burpriso mo. Ho looks well to Sterling 03 pm .oniw, Wln.hlr uHill p.u. :i'n' tf Wsm M. I. Miller, Ml. Vernon; ' Daily cue Olise b. T. Harris Lincoln; fore the pyramids were built havo just do." Ashland 8 is nn, Catlttthu .itrno- - lit it J. S. Mocker Stanford; been discovered, and published to the "He is; but he doesn't know whether IIIKli It u JJillll. G. A. Lacker, Lincoln; world. Wt'rtt liollllll T. P. Mill, Stanford; he'll dine home or at the club." Jury. 2" W. ft. Welch, Stanford. o ", Pa.t Mail leaves lliiiulntoB dally ax Struggling Author Which magazine W. P. Tate, Stanford. A 81'IDK.l'a HOME. '. Mt Sonictlilnj; Wruinr with lllm. Ciitlilshur; 6 , Ashland ' 37, Ollse Hill , did ho .send them to? N. Y. Weekly. 1027, Wincliester 11 05 and arrises I.e.-OFFICERS: looking fel- SteiliNK ii is pm "Who is that emitted that is comparatively harmless Inst at J. S. Hocker, President; 1. united r'.tpn-ileaves lluli'inul.in daily at lluinuii Sympathy. "i low over there?" to man, but eapable of producing inJohn J. McKoberts, Cashier: Ollse Hill .y, Alilaml A, A McKmnev, Assistant Cashier stant death to its prey. Perdita Come, Penelope, don't mopo "He's the greatest curiosity in tho. pm, CatlctlstiiirK 4 31, W'inclio.Ur 15... and itrrUcs Indeed, naturo 4 58 3j, Ml j at l.fxiiiKt'U at 5.30 pm bcems to have formed this insect for a bo. isYou were right in refusing him. museum. He is an architect who Accoiumodation, daily eept Sunday, leases He a worthless bcamp. a house that was built for what Olive Hill am. life of hostility. It burrows in the 4 Jit. Sterlhifcr 6 15. Winchester , Penelopo Yes, Perdita, but just ho said it would cost." Jury. 7 is and arrives at I.eumjtoii at I 05 nm earth for several inches, rounding and Acconnodatlonilnlly leavos I Iiintiucton at polishing off the sides of the cylindrical think. Whot will the poor fellow do fepltfi. pm, Calleltsburc 657, Ashland 7 m and arrives ai Kxcrpl Suntlay . hole before weaving about tho walls a for a living now that he cannot marry George Miss Courtney, the girl I used Olive Hills ao pm, WlntlitiMer JS leaves Mt. arrises at me? Munsey's Weekly. StirliiiK at gray, lacelike lining of exquisite texture to call on before we were engaged will Lexiriton at 1 4) pm Is made of and softness. Tho door bit behind us at the thcnler Or Two KtIU. Limited Vestilniled P.xpres runs daily and earth, lined with the same silken fabric. Ethel Will hhe? Just wait a minute; Pullman Vestibuled lluftet Sleepers between fas TnK GREAT IIOUSEUOLD KEXIEDV FOR Mobsic, the Office Hoy There's a man It is joined to the main structure after downstairs says he's goin' to kill yer, I think my high I1.1t is more becoming isvlllc, I.exingtmi, Washington, New York I.ou. and tho manner of actual hinges. To in- and a beautiful young lady as wants to than this toque. Munsey's Weekly Old Point Comfort. This train is made part oi the Thousands of dollars worth of 1 celebrated sure a perfect lit, tho sagacious little go on der stage. are destroyed y Cholem everj V. A Mow Truln. architect then bores two iuflnitesimul SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, Manager BURNS, , Urakeman (on bouthern railroad) year. It is more fatal to thein than East of Huntington on the C. V O. Route in which he tho man up. Of two evils well, show openings in the SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. except Sunday bePast Mail Trains run Jury. Passengers is not nllowed on th plat nil other tlUeiisos combined. Hut thi inserts his tiny horu and pulls it "tight tween Lexington and Huntington. .V Make direct forms, sir, when the trnin is in motion. connection at Huntington with C. O at Ash discovery of n liquid remedy that PRICE SO CENTS.. shut." The cntiro ''nest" can be taken The Ilclcht of Style. Passenger Hcg pardon; I will go In. land wiih S. V. R ; at Winchester with K. C. R. Send threo twrxent sUimps for free SMnpla out from tho earth and preserved for an Mr. mtffers dwtruys tho Jlierobes has been What? Fifty dollars I did not notluo that tho train was In R. north and kouth bound, and at Lexington with box and book. Indefinite length of time, owing to tho for that monstrosity? It's the ugliest I.. & N., I.. S. and C..N. O. .V T. P. Railroads. made. Half of tho young chickens Hill Accommodation daily, Y Weekly Lexington and Olive motion. N. Mirprialng btwii"th nud tenacity of t.ho bonnet I ever set oyes on. except Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and sire killed by Microbcn before they aro r spider frequents web. The from K C points and at l.exiiigtor. with L, A N. Mrs. UlifTers Of course. Sahl No Just the Suiun. Catch mo fryerri. A lwttlo is enough for R. R. for Louisville. warm climates, and can generally be wearing a pretty bonnet that every "So she rejected you, did she? Your Lexington and Mt Sterling Accommodation 100 chickeiw. It is gunranteed. If, found wherever one has the misfortune negrcss will bo copying! N. V. Weekly. proposal didn't please her?" run. .lnilv nrrni Sunday, and makes direct ion. neclion nt Winchester tu and from Mlddleslmr. to run across his first cousin, the taranafter using two thirdu of a bottle, you I can't hardly say it didn't outjh and Richmond, and at Lexington with L. S. "Well. ABSOLUTELY PURE, A Cook Hook. tula, which he greatly resembles. Unare not satisfied with it as a euro for please her, I thought she'd never stop Ky, for Loulssllle Mr. Ondlt Thoy say that Ward Mc- laughing." Kor full information in regard to rates, routes, FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH, like tho latter, however, his bie is not Cholera, return it to the druggist from lioston Herald. Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines dangerous. His favorite y. yat is to Allister is in reality nothing mora than AND NURSERY PURPOSES. whom you purchased it, and ho will Nothing: Now. wage ficree battle with it- .sworn ad a cook. C. L. BROWN, rrL E. HUNTINOTON, refund your inouey. TAE-OIMr. Vratment Yes, and ha prepared O. P. A., C0T Chicago, DJ Tersary, the wasp, though in most case V. P. and O. JL, "I hear Brownie died of consumption." Lexington. Ky. a nice bowl of soup for himself when he "Yes consumption of climrettes." he is badly worsted in the conflict. W. S. HARRISON. G.W.BARNEY, ForialabyW. DJ McRoberts, druggist, Star For sale by A. R. Penny and M, L, Bourne, American Agriculturist. published that book. Puok Munsey's Weekly T P. A., Ashland, Ky lord, G. M., I.exingtou,Kv. Stanford. n laugh. "Dear me!" thought Fuss In horror, "tchcrc lias hu head gone tof I must havo bitten it oil! What will mother say?" And he scampered away as fast as his legs could carry him, to tell Spotty, Dotty, Tumble, Scramble and Flop tho wonderful news. St. Nicholas. R give you back such a scratch as you never had in all your life!" The turtle turned around and waddled slowly off. "Now's my chance," cried Puss, and he jumped upon the enemy. "The idea of that little puss trying to hurt my hard back!" said the turtle to himself, and he drew completely into his shell so that he might have a good servant-gir- l who had "given I. M. notice" because she was to bo married that "day two weeks." SFS2D "Oh, I have, ma'am," was the earnest Mill fortune-tellerreply. "I've been to two STANPURO, KV. and a clairvoyant, and looked lu a sign SPECIAL ATrPNIIONf COMMklttlAL look, and dreamed on a lock of his hair, and been to one of these astcrologers, traseler Morses and miles V) ifht and sld horiesaii tern itiui.-illit cry and to a mcejum, nnd they all say to Onlvnrst-elas- t go ahead, ma'am. ain't one to'marry I reckless liko.nia'am." narper's Hasnr. HKl'CE I m s, ;:: I-o- 1 For Sale 11 An L'nilrrcut. Jenny (at the window) Thero go Clara and Tenie. I don't like those girls. Kitty Rut j'ou must learn to like them, dear, now that you arccngaged to Tom. Jenny What has that to do with my liking or disliking them? Kitty They havo both agreed to be sisters to him. Ihick. Tliot Mr. I'lrn KxtliiKuUlirrs. fat-looki- n' Twenty lfuilcling' K IP J DAK-I. i:. II. FAIt.lIKK, TOXSORIAL ARTIST, STAMORD, KFNTICKV. Has a hrsi tlass cr liip on Mam trei t op positp Portuwtt Ho .,c. and invito a share if yo t paironatr Prompt attrnlion Io.uIskIc alls an pwial attrntirn to ..!-- , and hildrer Work diiiw in the late.t style ltra natnM anJ .' s ts In the cocpoiatc limits c( Rowland Kossland. I't north west. Farmers Bank&Trastuo. oh 1 Uil ARF. .JoINi. pauh SS Am hi; OK STANPOXI). KV . Is nmr fully ifd and ready (or busmen wit's Sample Room Iotillc Daily Trains ut Uttrs ke-b- FIRST ' mna-lu- S200,000 1 . -- .... I'lay-writ- er OLD KY. BOUTEJ ham-hous- e. . .. I Play-writ- er Washington, 1. ". ilh-dg- s . 1, . . Oui-c- r I 11 unnue.-ruptc- sZ'--- I - h.-t- r SH-rll- tulu-c.an- so'.ic-te- mm -- P ANTER . , , 1 -- NViHihi-stu- G s chiek-011.-- w 'n ic I.- - 11 1 I 4 . -- half-witte- d s I 93-- y' TAR 01 D C $ I 1 1 nnc-- t. PILES D F. F. trap-door- ly ;mi-th-e- ly TAR:6lDS0AP trap-doo- oO-co- nt d - v.ti. -- 'lS: