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STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JUNE 2. 1891. GRAB ORCHARD. j NO. 26 ! fr Hutchinson, of Brodhead, were the THE NEW CONSTITUTION. guests of Mrs, J. A. Collier Sunday. Rev. J. W. Masters, of ilrotidhcnil, A Call for a Conferenoo of the Opponents D. Pettus and Miss Maud ' tilled the pulpit at the Christian church, Dr. and Mis. J. Instrument. of the back from a week's visit to relatives are Su inlay. Mr. Ike Her roil, the boss The following call has been licultitwl nlig.ttor isl at Somerset. John Slmw Kdmiston's mill numerously signed i almost every trader and the mint genial of gentlemen, fimn the ell'ect of dead doubtless Harrodsburg Saturday and put a comity in tin) State: 'grippe, contracted during the severe went to tine lot of cattle on the Mercer market, "At the ensuing August election the, winter just passed. Mr. D. B. 1'klini.iton is in Lexington on voters of Kentucky will vote for or A fellow mimed Rogers was lined iiiMinst the propoieil New Constitution., professional business. Mr. J. I. WJiite, 10 police court Saturday for of and little It ih a matter of the gravest importance f in the shooting nir his "gun" on the streets daughter. Rhoda, were down from Mt. that the voter in deciding this question, while of bug juice. under the inlltsein-Vernon Sunday, the guests of Mr. and shall have all the information which can inArthur Delaney. a Hyear-olMrs. J. T. Chad wick. "Aunt" Clara he elven through the press and by pub-- ' was bitten by a Singleton, the best old lady in the world, he discussion. To thi eml a conference mate of the of those who are opposed to the adop- rabid dog last Monday, but was taken at who loves C. O. so devotedly as to sel- ilom want to leave It, is spending n week tion of the proposed now constitution is once to Mr. Lewis Iu lerar's thought by many to he advisable, and before anv alarming symtoms of hydro- in the mountains with Mrs. W. R. Dil-- j the the cfty of Lexington, and Wednes- phobia was developed, ami is now in a lion, at Dillion's Switch. Mrs. Sarah day, .June 10th, are selected us a proper fair way to'ard recovery. Hunt and nephew, .Master Jim ThurMr. Elijah Wilson, 6f Bell county, mond, of Gariard, were guests of relatime and place for wild conference. 'The voters of each county, or as an old moonshiner, but for a' that a gen tives in this vicinity. Ten of Lancaster's prettiest girls, many of them as considering the busy tlemau of the jolliest ilk. was here this ronsul-tatioweek and purchased of O. P. Newland and all pupils of darrard Female Colfuaxon of the year can meet for are cordially n quested, to send his "river" farm, consisting of t.'s74 acres lege, came over Sunday with their proto the conference, for ;l, 100. Mr. Wilson will not take pos- fessor, Rev. Amos stout, and after lisrepresentatives with n view to obtaining an expression session till Jan. 1st, ''.'2, no "quire WelU, tening to au excellent sermon by that of opinion from the Mate at large as to who ie a relative of the purchaser, tells reverend gentleman, were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. I). It. Kdmistou at their the best means of presenting to the us. The Ikivs hero are now getting out a elegant home on Stanford stieei. otersof the State the objections to thiweekly paper, printed on a Mr. R. M. White and wife, of Greenne w constitution." which they call "The Monitor." It is on field, Mo , and Mr. H. G. White, of FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. the order of the "Boomerang" or "Ari- Tare well, Tenn., are in from their rehere zona Kickor," witli the exception that it spective States to visit their brother, Mr. New potatoes arc on the market is poetical throughout It it rousts you Thomas White. The tlrst named gentlent " cents a pound. in its jokes and caricatures grin and en- man was for eight years back in the I). N. I'rewitt bought of J. H.Swope dure it, for ytuir time to laugh will come tiO's jailer of Lincoln, and has many and Mr. Metiefee a lot of lambs at jl a next friends in all parts of the county who head. Cols John Buchaunan and John will be glad to learn that he is now profCharles Itobinson has purchased Halderman have been spending some of itably engaged in real estate businass in ISO) lambs at priies ranging from J4..0 gums in muking many the West, and the chief intlator of a their to ;t. 10 per cwt. Mercer Sayings. marked improvements in the way of boom town in Uiwrence county, Mo. A black mare came to my pasture overhauling, repairing and painting the F. L. Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, about 10 days ago, which the owner can properties on .spring avenue, lately pur was here Thursday. Mrs. J. A. New- get by proving property and paying for chased of the Armendt heirs, and that laud, accompanied by Miss Rebecca panturnge and advertising. James part of town really looks as if it were Stuart, spent Several days with friends Rowland. on a boom.'' in Danville this week. K. W. Jones, Win. K Vanderbiit has built the At Fiiemlwip. better known as druggist at Pineville, was hero this week biggest hen house In the country, spendSoaper's, the tJ. A. R will on next Sat- mixing and mingling with his former ing $l.0.O in the structure, and it it urday elect with appropriate ceremonies townsmen. He took back witli him a l'.uther-forfanred that he intends to drive seven memorial tablet to the memory jug of Crab irchard water. Prof. J. W. It. Hayes out of the egg trade. of that number of late war heroes buried Smith left Wednesday for Ohio to spend The concern known as the I.orillartl there. That grandiloquent orator, Col. vacation with Ins family. He will reSyndicate, of New York, has secured a J. P. Chandler, with his l.igh hat and turn in time to assist at the examination tract of bluegrassland in Hourlon cour-ty- , corn-silmustache, m been invited to of prospective teachers the first Saturto be stocked withtRX) Norman horses. be prtwunt and deliver the oration, day in July. The syndicate will breed a large number which wopietlict wiil be fully up to nospWe left our sanctum Ranctortun Inst of these animals every year. read-eagle standard, (to ye oil', to week and traveled over the fuireot porM. V. filkiil A Co. bought of Lewis hear him tion of Lincoln county, visiting StanPudderara bunch of 120 pound shout Mr. J. II. Mepheiij new cottage ford, Hiistonville, Turneisville, Millidse-ville- , I, of Thompson ltros., of (iaiwrxl. a Ht which hv is having oroctud on Stanford, Morelnnd and other ancient, histo nj; of Tom street, will of butcher stun" at lot be a daisy and an ornament toric and classic hamlets, including Mt. Stone an extra heifer for 0 and of Adam to that part of town when completed. Xenia and Peyton's Well, and yet our Carpenter some heifers at '.i cents. Like John-cM- i roat'a historical resilience, triumphal round evoked not a single J. !:. Karris' Hoe Martin ran th in n it will Ih-- n little odd in that it will have newsjwper notii-- from all our brethren selling mum at Latonia Mitunluy for three four fronts and four verandahs; but oi uie quiu. iii next tune we no , a mile and 20 yards. Corinno these will only give Mr. Mephens, who the West Knd we'll travel, Ilerxas-like- , lieorgo Keller is a many-sideKenney won in l:lf man, a better chance to in aclittenug lianot and issue a procla- nays Hoe Martin would have won but got a peep at this many-side- d world. inntion beforehand that we're for crooked work on the part of a certain By August he says, it will be ready man. CHURCH for occupancy. AFFAIRS. , Simon Weil sold his lot of Th election of school trustees is at Kld.er.1. t Montgomery will preach which was slopped at Howling ltros.' dis- hand ; ami, to till the place of the reat Mt. Xenia next Sunday at 3:C0 i M. tillery, Ilurgln, this season, to Lehman tiring member of the board for this, the Km ucis Murphy claims to have Co., at oj cents a pound. On Satur- town district, we nominate Col. D. U. up 15,50i) people since he began day eight car loads wore weighed ami slaughter. He Is a man of brain-- , libshipped to ItOiidon, Knglnnd. going ia erality and auigouity : and having a his campaign in Indiana. Mr. V. S. lYrgtion tells The Baltimore. The average weight was a young f tiuily of bright boys and girls to Heconl that Rev. Geo. O. Barnes fraction loas thanl.lOOlbs. ahead. Dan- educate, naturally feels a deep interest ville Advoeutu. in educational maUn. anil will willing- is o.pectod home from Scotland Septemracer ly serve and do credit to the Old Mortimer, the world-funitrust with ber t. The Northern As.embly decided the and stallion, is dead. He was led out his tmt and ability. Put hta name on like a soldier and shot. For over a year the books Saturday, and, for once in ltriags case aiwinst him HO to 511. He he had been an invalid in Now York and your life, vote for the right man in the was charged with preaching heretical doctrine. it was to put an end to its uibeiy that right place. Hev. J. W. Iickey asks us to anMl. Withers permitted him to be killed. the moat barbarous nounce that the South District Associawas 1M yearsold and at 1'--' was bought typo of retributive justice and one He that tion of Colored B.iptUts will convene in in Kngland by Pierre Lorillard for long ago fell under the Imu of nil He ran tS races in his career on citixens, has, it seems, a few Imcastor June I.V1S. Railroads will fares t'.io French, liermau and Kuglish turf, practioners lett. At least we infer so p.iss ministers and delegates nt winning M of them. He would win at from the revolting story that comus from for the round-trip- . and --' inilos The Reformed Presbyterian Gensix furlongs y Glade Fork neighborhood, located and was up to any weight, 10 10 or 11 miles south of here near the eral Synod approved of the Pittsburg's pounds being only a steadier for him. Pulaski county line. Down there one action in suspending seven young minisHe sired Wanda and other noted racers. John Wilson, a married man, with a wife ters for exercising the right of suti'raire and several children, fell in love witli in a political election, which is declared The commencement Reason of 1SJ)1 Maggie Weaver, a buxom to bo "a heinous sin aud scandal." This promises to surpass all previous ones in lass of 'I'l, and, forgetting his nuptial action promises to cause serious division li number of ulemuit social events. Ill vow and all regard for decency, aban in the church. Rev. Hen Helm preached an exceladdition to the narties mentioned here-- ! doned them and "took up" with the tofore, wo note that Mrs. J. II. Fugleman winsome Maggie, who, to say lent sermon to tho young ladies of tho the least, will, on the Uth, entertain in honor ol was as much infatuated as he. To con- Manford Female College Sunday from Messrs. W.N. Craig ami W. I. llurton, ceal their intimacy the pair went to Ten- tho charncter of of (Jueen Esther, whoso of the senior class, and Mr. Josh It. Leo nessee, and on their return, a few days noble life lie commended to them for The Ken- ago, gave will glvo a party on the out that they were married. emulation. The church was crowded, Godbey holding no sertucky State Grand Lodge of colored Odd This report, however, didn't satisfy the Revs. Hunt and (lie Fellows meets here on July It, 15, 1(5 friends of Wilson's abaudoned wife, occasion. vices in honor of nor and 17. There will bo n grand prize drill a certain element in the neighborhood ; The proposition to lower the stanof licensure and ordination was on the 17th, and excursions will be run and Sunday night about 11 o'clock, the dard to this point by all the railroads. The house in which the adulterous pair very properly rejected by the Southern were allocal lodge is making extensive prepara- sleeping was surrouuddd, the door bat- Presbyterian Assembly. There are tions for the occasion. The promoters tered down, and a gang of "regulators," ready too many ignoraut men paradiug anof the High Bridge ' strong, tore Wilson and his young the country as expounders of Holy nounce that th) fun will begin on July paramour from each others embraces, rit, who would bo more at home bev 10, and continue ten days, and that Dr. marched them out to into the woods tween tho plow handles. in The Southern Presbyterian AssemT. DeWitt Talmage will address the de- their scanty night clothes, tied them to vout worshippers on thu 11th and l'Jth. a tree and with long green hickories laid bly adopted the following as to posture Refreshments of nil kinds will be there on the strokes until the lacerated bodies in prayer: "The standing posture in in abundance, and tho Devil will play a of their unfortunate victims trickled public prayer is sanctioned by Scripture, ten days' engagement. When it comes with blood. They were then untied and is dictated by reason, is a posture of revof the to booming hales, a told to "clear out," and not to be found erence and service, is recommended by High Bridgo BOrt discounts all other en- in the neighborhood at the expiration of the practice of the primitive Church aud terprises ten toone. Dauville Advocate. ten days, or thair hides would'nt hold by immemorial usage of Presbyterians." While debating tlio Briggs heresy in It is stated that n party of capitalists shucks. Much indignation is manithe General Assembly of the Presbytewill buy the fested over tho atl'air, which thei with J'20,000,000 to invest part of the community is con- rian church, at Dttroit, Judge S. M. Deeiing Camp Meeting grounds in Nichthousnnd acres besides demning in most uumeasured terms, and Breckinridge, of St. Louis, fell dead. olas and several and build a $50,000 hotel on it to be if the "regulators" are caught there will Ho was n cousin of Judge R. J. Breckinf known as tho Bluo Lick Sanitarium. bo a road harder by far to travel thau ridge, of Danville, nnd a that of theaverage transgessor. Gen. John B. Castleuian, of LouisWater from the upper Bluo Lick Spring, Mrs. Maggie Holnjan and.pretty lit- ville, aud a man of many distinguishing 7 miles distant, is to be brought to it by tle daughter, .Miss Mamie, and MissSusie characteristics. pipes. black-berry LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Rock-,Btle- , j poor-hous- e, mad-ston- type-write- r, well-gotte- do-ve- r, O. If. Grillin has a brand new boy at his house. Ten dogs and one cow have recently been killed around Faris' Station on of hydrophobia. I lie case of the Commonwealth against Ben Martin for killing Thomas Cor. Jefferson, Hodge resulted in a hung jury three for conviction ami nine for acquittal. The granite mentioned by me last week and brought here by Joe Sowders A. W. Jones, was not from n quarry owned by him in Rockcastle but from one on which he has an option in Lincoln, your own county. John H. Jackson is just in from a lisliing trip to Barbourvi'leaml he will bet that he can catch more fish than any body, even if he don't bring them all home. Messrs. William Lovelace, Jofcsc Lovelace and S. A. Lovelace left Sunday for a week's fishing in the Cumberland. Miss Nelson, of Knoxville. is visiting the family of C. H. Moses. Miss Harkieroads, of Barbourville, is at Mr. W. H. Harkieroads.'. The lawyers have all gone. Decoration day was observed here Stiturday by the G. A. R. and Sons of Veterans as well as a very largo number of private citizens of the county and town. W. O. Bradley delivered aud oration and his remarks were as usual, pleasing to the ear and understanding of all. He was followed bv Col. R Kwell, who, having been an old knew how to speak in tenderness for them, not forgetting even the Confederate dead, for the decoration of whose graves he also made a plea. The London Cornet Band was at its best and made music fitting to the occasion. Two of the Sons of Veterans were in uniform, ranking high in State oilices of their order, and looked better than thev usual' ,y io' - THE! WICJLJLAiHB 9 I.ATIi ALEXANDER'S llOTi I., THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Hates $2.50 Per Day. Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. W. R. LOGAN, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, JJClerks. Court-House, 1 4, H Manager. CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS IsTEC IKI WEIR, TRUNKS & VALISES I OMEN'S AND LADIES SHOES MATRIMONIAlT MATTERS. d ( Ollicial records show the Stagg & McRoberts. number of ! '- -'l i year-olds- d divorces granted during the last two decades to have been .'527,710, or more than 10,000 a year Miss Mollie Judy, of Harriscn county, prepared the wedding feast and arrayed herself in purple and tine linen for her marriage to W. M. Goodloe, of Paris, hut he came not. Asked by a newspaper man his reason for not doing so he said that he had never asked the young lady to mat ry him and that she had set the day against his wishes or consent. The lady belongs to a good family while Goodloe stands high in Paris. He is superintendent of the . Baptist a prominent member of the Young Men's Christian Association and stands well in society. Sundav-School- The Old Reliable Jeweler 11 in the Lead. gfefA. A" R. Penny OF Has the largest and MOST COMPLETE STOCK Watches and Jewelry lt, llfcu-attlc- in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to who can do anything-iDEATHS' DOINGS. jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old send The deaths of John Trainor, 04, and MLs Bettie Prather are reported from gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-R. PENNY. Mercer. ted and I guarantee satisfaction. n . V. KxV. f'-iLi- srr -- zrMiT- il l4iWiLrf ii ...t . ever shown in Stanford at prices r-- ,..?.ic- till-n. " IU" "3 llm iUIIL3li 1,-- - .. - A. c so-bor- Lau-cast- wl 1,-- ?L'".,-OX- . ). law-abidi- 1 Ben Dunn, a brother of Hairy Duun, died at his home Sunday night of typhoid fever, contracted at Middles-- 1 lwro. The remains were taken to Lancaster for interrinent yesterday. George Schuyler, a young mariicd man who leaves a wife and two children, died Saturday at his home in the Walnut Flat neighborhood. Several days before he was found in an uncmsciou condition in the in which he was plowing and remained so to the end. It is said that he received a severe blow on the head a number of years ago and that that was the c.uito of his death. He was formerly from Ford. Clark couutv. corn-Held Go j to A. A. WARREN'S OXOIEL GROCERY" 1 For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried Apples. Peaches and Prunes, Bice, Cheese, Pichles, Presei'ces and Jams; Jelly Glasses, &c. J. .V.MENEFF.E , to-da- 1 Judge R. II. Weddington, of Floyd county, was killed near Washington, Ind., by falling from a Lamps, Glass- - and Oueensware, Tin- - and Woodenware, Fruit Jars, train. Aciviloutbre.it the victors. rcny-cheeke- d in the New Hebrides Islands resulted in the killing of i00 natives, all the bodies being eaten by a. c. SINE. 4 I'-'th. Camp-meetin- g camp-meetin- g m law-nbidi- ug brother-iulaw-o- Plenty Horses, the Indian charged with murdering Lt. C;ey at Sioux Falls, Dak., was acquitted on instructions of the judge, because it was shown that The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. the government was at war with the when the officer was killed SASH, LUMBER, Pennsylvania goes in for high liDOORS, cense in the regulation of the liquor BLINDS, traffic. The fee for retailers has been Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. increased from $300 to 51,000. The doubling up process in license fees will doubtless cause many establishments to Wc carry a full stock of everything found in a double up and die. The American University, which is Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract to cost $5,000,000 and be located at Washhas been organized. Gov. Patti-soington, SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. or builditu of Pennsylvania, and other distinguished men are among the incorporators, which also include srveral women, Mrs. John A. Logan being one of them. Near Cumberland Gap, James Turner and M. J. Dreever, while drunk, went to the tent of a couple of prostiHaving Removed My Stock- tutes and fell asleep. When the two fellows of the women, Marion Noe and II. H. Harrison, came they were so outraged that they placed the muzzles of their pistols to the their heads and blew out their brains. They made up a story for the womeu to tell, but they gave way Hack to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I cart 011 Noe is in jail sell vou goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken near Cumberland Gap and the Sheriff is now hunting for Harrison, and if caught tn exchange. there is prospect of a double lynching. Iu-dia- Stanfopci Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, SIDING, WOVE1T WIRE A1TD SLAT TE1TCE. FXRST Ck&SS LUMBER TTABD. n, REMOVED. -- Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- tions, Etc., B. IF. BOUT. 1- - - ""'" ili-- i ., v r i11Juf,l. ..r;.. eaicx: "! 7 ii rri'i rt -- ;tp n in n t Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal A NEWSY NOTES. cen- BEHIND THE SCENES. h. fc it dozen houses in the business Two rivals of Francis Wilson, who ter of Letchfield were burned. would be unlikely to exaggerate his sucW. TheC. S. now runs a through sleep- cess estimate his income this year at to 1100,000. Do 7iot er from Cincinnaii to Charleston S.C. Edwin Booth atone time was devoured An immigrant girl has arrived in Jl'ni: 2. 1S91 Stanford, Ky., by nn ambition to niako his mark in New York witli a nose ol inches long. from Delaware, comedy, his particular deMre being; to laAccording to reports JumikSoilu Smith tells a Cincinnati the peach crop will be the largest known the "bones" in a minstrel trouie. Eddie Fay, the famous comedian, i Enquirer hireling that ho dots'nt be- for years. an nrdent student of Shakespeare and s relieve that the people of the The schooner Thomas Hume went the standard drama, is gion are for U rover Cleveland for presi- down in Lake Michigan and seven lives above all other things and playanxious to to David dent ne.t time, In cause his nomi- were lost. Garrick. held, week nation would imperial democratic sue-- ' Nelson Motlett, aged GO, was hung at J. K. Emmet is in England. It is you. be ctte. i ne jiuigo is careiui to add, How- 1 nvitmmn. Miss., for the murder of an- paid that before he returns lie will have goods ever, that this diirers somewhat from his other negro. we, married Helen Sedgowiek, a pretty girl were opinion. The concensus of opinion and a clever actress She was formerly Ben Athy, an Owensboro newspado to far as vi- are advised is that Falcon is per man, was drowned while fishing in in Emmet's company. best be Marion Lea, the American actress who away off in his diagnosis of the prevail- Oreen I liver. Goods be yd. ing fccnthnent, nnd that he ought not to Near Ashland, two men were killed has recently gained fame in London by Goods, JO have given aid and comfort to Fitch a and two others vere mangled in a mill her performance of Ibsen's "Hedda worth. Gabler," is engaged to marry the son of be Goods to oO pronounced enemy of 3Ir. Cleveland as boiler explosion. Dr. S. Weir Mitchell, of Philadelphia. delegates Taylor, Jr., was E. II. the Cincinnati sheet. If the oest lie be of 7 Julia Marlowo recently gave an examto the Louisville convention expiess the nnminnii'ii for legislature in Franklin ple of her wonderful juiwer of memoriz;r Towels J feelings of their constituents, Kentucky county over Farmer Scott. ing by repeating, word for word, Haron s" Me a. spe-V- uf even if some is almost solid Heturns from the local elections h sld Fava's letter to Mr. Blaine (about 500 , Hugs, Oil W'c, . people are "out of humor with him." in Virginia, Thursday, show the demo- words) after it had been read to her ,. ,k t Ii !" twice. crats successful at all poms. bo In September next o 1,000,000 4 per M. Vianesi, who receives a salarv of on The group of seven oil wells in Bar2-- ; cent, bonds fall due and the condition ren has been sold to New York and $210 a month for conducting the music $-.I 'ests -ji; i) at the Paris Grand Oj)era, refused to that confronts the powers that be is Findlay, O., parties for $20,000. be come to America to fill a somewhat sim- Black. giving them great concern. The what is The Knights Templar have just treasury is empty and Secretary Foster closed a pleasant conclave at Frankfort. ilar position m New York until he was offered $1,340 u mouth. Jias been in New York a week trying to The next will be held in Covington. Mario Stolle, a once iopular soubretto, devise ways and means to pull himself A monuinant to the late Robert who lay dying in poverty in Loudon, is out of the hole. A proposition Morrris, LL. 1)., poet laureate of Free- said sho would be content if she could Shoe we offer for the banks to take in payment masonry, was dedicated at Lagrange Fricts. have one banquet such as she had known bonds bearing 2 per cent, interest, but day. in her days of triumph. Champagne, $ Shoes'-- ' C: of doubtthis is a miserable make-shif- t Shoes James Graham, of Scott county, oysters and other delicacies were pro2. ful right in law. The state of affairs ap- hid., claims to have killed a rattlesnake vided. Sho ate heartily and died an He peals strongly to the people to drive that measured nineteen feet long and hour later with a smile. Bill Nye says that in "The Cadi" he from power the party which has to reck- had thirty-ninrattles. hoies to embody the dramatic force surplus and by lessly squandered the A Nashville jury decided that under vicious and unnecessarv appropriations the gambling act Mrs. McTeer could re- found in soma of ShukesiR'are's better work, but witli a superior degree of iki idled up a debt of more than a billion of cover SI :;,000 lost by her husband in and moro local gags and realism than A. I'KHANSKY, dollars. .M.AN12S speculations, Shakespeare was able to utilize with his Main StreetStnnford, Ky, bucket-shoGAIIKIKJL. at Nashville has meager stage accessories. Stuart Hob-soThe U. S. court P. . I Mn fiMiner malinger. Mr. M. Salinger, of LmNvill to lieip I" l'i i,l. .1 III i' r it. u will Jin The Court of Appeals has reversed agrees with Nye in this. man S750 damages from both it re all hi" ninnl. the judgment of the 15oyle Circuit Court awarded a bePullman companies TURF TOPICS. sentencing the negroes l'omp Hates and the L. & N. and cause a porter assaulted i him. Tho Finoat on Earth. George Ward to the penitentiary for Direct is said to have stepped a quarW. W. Brown, a wealthy larmer The Cincinnati, H.imilton ,V Dajton K K i killing Marshal George Wells at Junclargest fruit grower in Eastern ter in il'2 seconds the first time ho was the only line running l'ullmitn's I'rrttflrd Sfrn tion City, with the particulars of which and the VeMibuled Train, with Chair Iulor Slerpm was kicked., by a mule near allowed to pace. nnd liming Car cnuu our readers are familiar. The ground of Kentucky, , ilunatxjli, and ChRat;i. J btlwwn Cincinnati, In ml i the only line Johnston, the king of pacer-Sunday, and will die. Tlirotish Kfclininc Chmr Car between Lin-- c the reversal is because of the refusal of Somerset, Valley wintered well, and looks as strong and nriflti, Keokuk and Springfield, III. and Sleeping A trestle on the Shenandoah the lower court to give them a continuCir Cincinnati to .il.li k maw: and the sturdy as at any time in the past. railroad, near Luray, Va., gave way SunOnly ance in order tnat they could send to "White Hat" McCarty thinks Racine llctween Cincinnati, Direct Ijlno TgJolo, De inDayton Luna, '2Xi freight cars were thrown their home in Clay county for a lawyer day and the fastest horse ever foaled, and that he troit, the l..i'c Kegiont and Canada. In Kvcry Dcpwtment. "a deep ravine. Two men were kilW d. will The road ,nt uf lower Salvator's record this season. Ohioand theUonly line the oldest in the State ot to defend them, which seems to be pret-tl- y to vuteritie Ciminnati over J Coonies, professor of pysiolopy Dr. milt ol double trad, and from lit pat record can flimsy grounds siuce they were deIn the 2:1)0 list of lied Wilkes a. Well Kentucky School of Medicine, has are four individuals that jointly there more than aiture its patron pccd, comfort and have tafctv fended by attorneys of reepgnized abili- in the of Methyl Goods, parts won 123 heats, at an average time of Tickcti on tale everywhere, anil ce that they ty, and Judge Morrow postponed the discovered that three read C , H. A D . cither in or out of Cincinnati, vinlpt in 1.000 narts of water will cine 2:171. Indianapotit or Toledo. Also nice line of Ladies' nnd Children's Shoes and Oxford Ties. the case three weeks for other attorneys K. O, McCORMICK, lu nus. The time of the Kentucky Derbv of Nice line of Worsted and Alpaca Coats and Vests, Men's and Hoys to come. General I'attencer and Ticket Actfit. Th rionrea of last fall democratic 1691 was tho slowest in the Derby's hisStraw Hats, all fresh no old oods in stock. Kiutok Lewis, of trje Somerset Kepub vote. 5,042,140; all other, 4,S14,748 eempt tory. The mile and a half was run by Highest market price paid for Cross Ties, Wool, Gcngscng, Kcath- Ml.tlln. the titleof "The People's Party of Kingman in 2:52L lican, is not much pleased with the ticket Grace notice yon have a new dres-iniikiY. C. H. Nelson has made C. J. Hamlin his party has put forth, and says it is not the United States of America." N. the offer of his horse NeNon (2:10) to strong as it might have been, but adds World. sb Blanche- - Yes. the hist garment the hook with Belle Hamlin (2:12$), to make Mrs. Luella Epdegraph, of Topeka, n m -- lit, that it should receive the full support of other uiu iiimiIu for imanother team record. J. F. CtMMiNs. Salesman. Crab Orchard, Kv. and papa just mis-t-- d a tit when he got republicans. In another place he says: Kah.,while temporarily insane murdered Guy Wilkes sired the fastest HithM. her lull. children, committed suicide 'The late llepublican State convention her three of last seaon, Regal Wilkes, 2:17: AT- aptly illustrates the old saying, politics and fired the house, the bodies all being the fastest Vida Wilkes. In Kiirnpr. ClliiiutiK ('linnetstrange bedfellows. It is a queer burned to a coal. makes 2:22, and tho fastest yearling, Freedom. Since the ice age there is evidence in -- Mrs. Mary Vogel, the woman who 2:292. was his grandson. lot that ha've been thrown together, and the foM-i-l fauna1, and floras of marine precious little sleeping will any of them shot and killed a little white boy whose bogs that northwestNow that Electioneer is dead, the ques- deposits and marble rolled in her yard, was acquitted tion of to what stallion tho famous mares ern Hurope has exjierieneeil for some do for watching each other." considerably wnru'er Vour Double Shovel Plows get, atLouisville.The killing was done with a owned by Senator Stanford shall lw bred time a Tub attention of those who are oppos- Flobert rifle and the plea was that it is an iniortaut one. It has been decided than tln.t of tin- present day. And the best Lubricating Oil you can bet. that Beautiful Bells will bo mated with ed to the adoption of the new constituwas an accident. Bucklen's Arnica Salve Cages for your dear little pets; The bcit lve in the world for cum, bruitet, Somerset, Palo Alto (2:12). tion is directed to the call which appears of Bythe-deattores, ulcert, fait rheum, fever torei, tetter, chapIt is said that Marvin expects to beat ped handi, chilblains, corns and all Wln erup The latest st les in Toilet Sets. in this issue for a meeting in Lexington, Fourth Karl of Clancarty, Belle Bilton, pay rcquir and Jnue 10, when steps will be taken to an English music hall singer, becomes tho 2 9 J of Freedom with Rowena, bay tioni It poumely cures piles, or no latntactiot , it guaranteed to give perfect by Azmoor out of eJ open a campaign of education against Countessof Clancarty, she having mar- - filly, Price 5 cent per boi. Emma Hobson, thoroughbred daughter or money refunded Kor ale by A K. l'ennv, bunford, Ky. the string of absurdities and inconsist- ried his eldest son. of Woodburn, son of Lexington. This ences becoming the fundamental law of In Johnson City, the body of Mrs. filly is said to bo level headed and a LaOrlppo Again. the land. Every one who feels an inter- Albert Evans, a popular young married flyer. latt eaMi Dunns the epidemic ol I .a (iiippe? Conumption. CaiuiccI GoocIh est in securing thatend are invited to be woman, was found in a ravine, and the I'riecN. RAILROAD JOTTINGS. Dr. Kiiik' New Discovery for present to aid in formulating a plan people are at a loss to know whether she Couch and Colds proved to be the best remedy many who ued It confirm this Mate ReHHU The Baltimore and Ohio is about to ment from were not only iimckly relieved, Mil from which the greatest good will re- suicided or was foully dealt with. liey tun adopt the wateli inspection system. ih. ilif3u left no bad alter reulti. Htaik that sult. John Uardsley, Philadelphia deremedy a triul nnC we guarantee The Michigan Central Railroad com- to ive tins ntKlied witn itimii, ur mc uiv..y behind the bars, Jim will lie in la YotiNd JuniiK T.k in, the little fellow faulting treasurer, is pany expects to complete its double track price ill be relundetl. It ha orno equal troi.Me C.rippe. or any Throat, Chet unable to give the $00,000 bail required. from Buffalo to Detroit this summer. with a big voice, w ho was fond of using DeaKrlii Site A R Penny's DmTrial bottles tree at stopped because it before the late democratic convention, He stole $!) 13,000 and The Unicn Pacific has filed a chattel Large bottle-- . sr ami Si steal. created a sensation in court at Coving- therelwas nothing more to mortgage for .tl, 000.000 of its rolling Happy Hooslera. CLOCKS WATCHES, John MacLeod, of the Btock in the western counties of Kansas. Engineer ton by saying to Attorney Tisdale, "that Wm. lnnmiii, Htni.itter ol ldawlle, nit a: j will Louisville Southern, says that road forme is not true, you are stating an untruth." Labt year tho 110 street railways i "r.lectnc Kilters ha done mote nt the near the state of New York carried over than all other medicine combined, for that The judge delivered a leprimand and J)o built to Middkboro in frn im. arWmi' from kldllfV anil mer ou.i' " 20 miles to Repairing neatly and promptpassengers, or 100 times the total John l.crlle. farmer and stocVman, of same plar c, matters weie squally for awhile, but the future, and that it will be the .iys "hind Klectnc Hitter to befeel htM Wid the L. & N. Imputation. like a new ly done. ended in no blood and in no one shorter to Louisville that medicine, made me nc and liter incident The Kev. George W. Vancil is unContractors have signed a contract for being sent to jail. der arrest at Duquoin, 111., charged with the construction of a railway line which I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. (Stanford, Ky.) Tub debt statement shows an increase counterfeiting. His colleague, the Kev. will connect tho Canada Atlantic at :jpV.feVJwi"!hl0-"had Field with tho American svstem at Iile Only 5. a Utile h A. K. Penny s dr b of '.'jO.OOO during May.;it will continue Jerrv Holmes, was arrested a few days al Malone. N. Y. to show that way and worse till the ago on the same charge. Tho Dominion government has promdemocrats come in power in IS!)- -. The A jury in the police court of CincinMllea Norvo and Liver. Pills ised to bring a bill to subsidize tho country would have been utterly bank- nati decided thut it was not a game of Hudson Bay in t railway to tho extent of Acton a new principle regulating the A liter.' new the nertei. rupted by this time but for the $100,000,-00- 0 base ball unless nine innings had been $80,000 a year for twenty years. With stomach and boweU through speedily cure biliii.s Dr. Miles' Pills ditcovery surplus that Mr. Cleveland left in played, and so discharged the Associa-tio- tho aid granted by the Manitoba legisla- ne.s, bad tate, torpid liver, mles, constipati , Smallest arrested by the ture, this makes a bonus of :jtf ,000,000 I'neiiiialed for men, women, childrenSamples Trm Turn the rascals out the treasury. players who were mildest, turest mi doses 7$ celiti. 8,000.000 acres of land. Stanford from police last Sunday. and at A. It Penny's, should be the winning battle civ now on. says t ha t.j, 000,000 A lot of women and men were The Woiiflcrftil Tower. drinkingin a house atTaylorstown, Pa., has been raised to spend in railroad The ilie world Is 'fTn' A Inisvu.LE paper makes the foolish when one of them overturned a lamp building in West Virginia. A railroad Townr. tiiiriit trurliint in lint the great at l':ir 1,in feet liiiti. statement that Mr. Brown can not af- and set the building afire. Four of is to bo built to an immense iron oro tliroteTv ol Dr Franklin Miles i eorln n to OfEDFonTriE &c 2YeAftf FoRHeiJMATtfrt on Potts Creek which was recently loni-- lur .iIiiim-i- t in iiroiiioliiitf huiiuri ii'ppl tract ford to go into ajoir.t canvass with .Mr. ined AFE lirtitili. Tins voinleiful them were too drunk to get out and purchased by Mr. Camden and others. cino huiMs iii Hortiii Wood. As Mr. Wood is the accredited isirm earns Ht. were burned to death. URE The West Virginia nnd Pittsburg will spasms In ti. I. iclie. nervous irui latum d i reprenuntativo of his party, there is no n month j' pains. lie's. hleoinesMii's is feared at the hanging of also be completed. Trouble roubles, ele. Mis Jnlin It. Milinr. of IPEEDY ,l(..i doubt that our standard bearer will treat Eugene Story, the Mississippidesperado, or l.nriiiisiorl ). T.ivior raiso, Intl.. an i J lnd . Kuiiiou '.' ' poii ik's :i month xtliilit t.ilt n; him in every way as an honurable oppo- which is set for Tuesday, in Holmes ODDS AND ENDS. it. Knielr illutli iteil lti,slion imtioiis d nent till he proves himself unworthy. eauri." mid ..inpi iMitlle of the Kestnrnllve county. Story was once rescued by his in NcMine, Iree at II I'onnj's uhu cuiirutitees There aro 200 postal recapture for a ll. The news comes from Louisville that friends, and since his in the peniten- Philadelphia. been TliotmiiiKls iolsoiivl. Chicago dude named lieth cowhided second murder has A iorter ut n hirers Philadelphia hotel a D seuse, In a Dr is wortli !fS0,000, while- the proprietors Franldln reieni work on lleurt tiary for safe keeping. -- stirs Douglas Sherlev at his own home Miles tin' nnt"il many nei iinil sinrllliiK fuels. of Mary Prefcott Perell was are insolvent. Mrs. he is alleged to haw circulated a people are klo iv poikotilnic tlieiiuciv wcai. toThere is a difference of only twenty, enlni? thenuelves liy tlio granted an absolute divorce from the of tea rnnr slanderous report on Heth's sweetheart. husband, at Paris two square miles between tho areas of bacco and iilcoln.l. These an- Heart Whips, The matter, howevei, wasat the instance man she claimed for a causing It lo rapidly, thus Kruluaiiv vfrtr a decree England and Iowa. Ing It out, producing shortness of breath when of friends, amicably adjusted and Doug, Friday. She was lirst refused Iiurifry in hhIo and husband did not Fifteen closely printed pages of tin I'jerclstni;. pains I'lnullj heart shoulder.ami mi on the ground that her promised to forget the whipping. fa. lure and faint spells. Irritated death For the court of appeals London city directory aro filled by tlw drn press every wVukenod nndreiouiiiieiidhearts live in Paris, but where hlRhly the th The last Congress created l.t.'.i.--) new decided that an actress can claim any Smith family in that city. New Heart Cure discovoreil by Dr. Franklin The curious exjierimcut of making v. Mllcs.wlikli Isfnr sHloat A.K.rcnnr's.Stanrorrt ,olliees which call for aiinuul salaries of place as her home, and the divorce was '$o, IDS, US, besides getting away with a on this decision granted. Perzell made ena of ice to light pipes and cigars was for and tried with success by skaters in London billion of dollars. Xo wonder the peo- no effort to prevent the divorce, claim- during the past winter. ple rose in their might last November ing that he was never married to the wo"Cast orl Is so well adaptsl to children th&t Cast or l cure Colic, Constipation, There have been but four generals Diarrhn-a- . Eructation, Hour Stouuu-hI recommend Itns superior to nny prescription anualniost swept the party from the face man, who lived with him for several over tho army of the United State:.: When Haby wm sick, tto gayo her Castorla. Kills Worms, gies sleep, and promoted dl- II. A. Akciikk, M. I)., to me." known When he) was e, Child, she cried for Cnsloria. of the earth. years. Washington, 1709; Grant, 1800; SherWithout Injurious medication. HI Bo. Oxford St., llroollyu, Jf, Y, When she became Miss, sho clung to CaMorla. of Pythias in grand says it is all man, 1600; Sheridan, 1878. Tn Cnrin Compaky, 77 Murray Street, N. V The Knights The Lebanon Enterprise gave them Castori. In the national printing office, St. Pe- When she bad ChlKren, she lodge at Cincinnati voted "00 to JU.) a lie about Ad Clark or any other negro tersburg, documents can be printed in against admitting liquor men into the killing a child at Bradfonlsville, becauso every known language. It is the moot he fell out with ita father. order. complete office of its kind in the world. THE GREATEST BARGAIN SALE OF THE SEASON S'ow ls the time buy your summer goods. F. WALTON. miss the opportunity. blue-gras- -' - Ex-Ma- yor Is determined sell goods eheaper than anybody and therefore inaugurates the greatest bargain sale for the ever in Stanford and vicinity. following prices, you will read the convinced that never befora If such sold at such loir prices. Ue are overstocked and must and ivill make room if prices will it. All Calicos, such as indigo blue Simvson's black, Hamilton's, .Ifanchcsters and all other brands ivill sold at 5 ccjits per yard. Ladies' Dress will sold at J cents per 10 cents; Plaid and Striped, Dress Jo cents, worth and all other Dress will sold from 25 per cent, lower than regular selected stock (xuiQhams will price. J finest ana. sold from cents upwards: Lawns and. una lues tr om cents upwards; at cts. anece; iiiruey Jaoie jjinen jj cent a yard; Black Corsets u cents; Strata sial bargainsin Carpets. ting and Cloths.' also oner Qrcat reductions in .liens, jwys ana Children s Ulolitng, which ivill sold at jo cents the dollar. Knee Pants 20 cents; Children's Suits SI worth Men's suits j worth $j: Boy's Shirt v cents, worth' Sateen. Shirts and A'eckwcar will sold f The Louisville Store sug-gefcl- our ,s attraction in Shoes t worth 21. Ladies' Cheaper Than Others Can Buy Them. j ai5 Department, Ladies, Slippers worth Ladies' fine Denola ?; worth $2, Men's Fine Calf CJ2o worth buy Eggs at the higesl market price. i5 e THE t LOUISVILLE li'-r- p l AM) STORE Proprietor. --- .llmifiucrs. I K'-l- -- '2-- run-lin- OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE Just Received Assorted Stock of White Ginghams, Teasel Cloth, $c. -pr- tl 1 T. - ;i- - W.E.PERKINS, Ho-tti- - jK-- B. K. & W. H. Weapon's - h Hie-har- Refrigerators that never sweat, "Water Coolers lined with charcoal jets. California at Reduced I vi X.JvBIIN. R0BT. FENZEL, m - I HEW, Val-le- v i.lSn'r.hlAll Work Warranted. Vn'iea;! -. I 11 Fine Watelies a Specially. BGHTNIN6 ii INIMENT -- - , FOR MAN OR BEAST r ne-sa- n.-r- e I siib-&tntio- . be-cau- - kpi"-i.llis- t Tlio-minil- s . u-- - t I , Infants Children , rv. t.i xs--. w;"jis.. f 'iWW pa n wyijW Wl'fa mfiiMM4'IL pn "V 5sjf f jl;-'- ; "Tig!f T"r' WL" " ' '" fV'3rUGLi Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal - Stanford, Ky., ,Funk 2, 1801 B.c.WALTON,uuH.ManaRer MEANS BUSINESS. uonvutA. runuy'fl. H.WKyour wntoh, rlork nnd jewelry r'j.airt'(l at A. It. JVimyV. All work viarrantfd. K. Km.iiim, beautifully and artistically tliatall Hilvt'rwari'. wiitrlii'H, u , houplit at A. It. IVnny'a will 'iv tiiKruvril fret of churue. nn, ti..MhMiiKii Qt'iTK an enjoyable hop wag given on The trial of Cannon Roberts for killSaturday evenin? in honor of the Misses ing Joel Park-B-, deputy jailer of Madison, I)v recent additions our carpet stock is Wbeatley, wffo aro ?uest8 of the Misses was continued at Lancaster till the Uth still very complete. Severance id Son. - ' Alcorn. at the instance of the Commqnwoalth. Parks had followed Dan Roberts from - A taiitv in honor of Misses May and A Is about to be establishMadison to arrest him for Btealing a suit Jennie Kin?, of Danville, was yiven by ed at Ilailor Holtwlaw's store to be of clothes. Mrs. J. F. (iover last ni?ht. When he ran ofl he fired to known as Walnut Flat with him as scaie him into submission. After he I am daily Itwlllben great convenience had gotten WO yards addin? to my Btock of away and was in no cania?cH, Ac. Cull and gee me be- to the neighborhood. earthly danger, Cannon Roberts, a fore buyin?. Joe Severance, Jr. TnotHMis never come singly. The trus- brother of Dan, opened fire on Parks (nii' in hot and dry and the tees of Rowland have requested Marshal and killed him. This is Parks' dying signal service still ?ives us no hopu fur T. D. Martin to resign. They might statement, though Roberts who is in jail, rain. Let all the ?ood pttoplti unite in have waited till he was over the sorrow tries to make a more favorablu showing for his esie. prayer for it. of the loss of his promised bride. rosT-OKFic- K post-maste- Brick for sale. J. II. Foster. " I . .Mm JAY EYE SEE orJny-Kye-Ho- r. Mn. J. I. Cask, (Hickory Grove Farm, homo Itnclnc, Win., wiya: trying every known remedy, 1 removed n"After Iltinch lurgo yww AtHntllner, from n 3 year old Ally, of..t-wwith three appllcullous of Jml ; --..H ; bus-?ie- s, QUINN'S OINTMENT, ltlsthobcstnrep.ir.ttlonl hnvervorui-rdorlienrof. I heartily recommend. It to till Ilortsciueu. Wehaxe hundreds i ! ; oswh testimonial'. . :Ii .4.',T.TnAir. uahic. rrlrp.Sl.SOpprlioltlr'. A.kyoiirdnigt; uf.irlt. If ho doen not keeplt,sc'ndui2.e.MainiorlluT fortrlalfcc-ra V. II. KIIIV fc CO., AVIiitcliall.X. V. coal shed PERSONAL POINTS. iW M It im.kT. 111 'A. Mouiiou huh hurt Sutulny otllce in one end. liaH in J. It. lln.i.iN- has completed bis Tin: select school taught by Miws at the depot which will hold 10 Thurmond and Stuart closes Friday. The car loads, besides furiiishin? him a nice patrons and friends of tin- nhool are Mit. - XKW AIJVEUTISKMKXTS. ll U j! F in tim wny .Mihs .M to Liberty court. nnii: Ai.ioiii), who Louisville-- hOinutiiiiL', Miw. bi'un it liotnc linn cain. ' J. I). Sw.u.v, of Souiurnot, been visiting Mrs. HiiIiuh ami otbor frifiuU. Mil. Ciiaki.kh P. Wbhii, of 1'arlH, ban taken a position in tbo Intiiiuok .louf n.i. Olllt'U. nooa to Hub let a corn k Craft. Dit. It. C. ititiuiiT I'kkiiiu. ban noiit to Chuttn mail contract for Al- I I Ltjt, , I .Moitdw ban gonu to lx)iiis-vill- e to attend tliu meetiiik' of tbe State I'fiita! AsHoeiatiou. Coi ami Miw. T. I'. Hn.i. went down to Lebanon Friday to vixit tboir dauib' ter. Mr. Hen Si.illini& Mil. and Miw. A. K. (inmost- and Ma- ter JainexMarrN were up from Danville Sunday vmitini: friendn bere. - Mim Ki.i.kn Uai.ixii- - luturned from I oinerw't yexterday, where hIiu hail just rloK'd n protltable wbool in music. Mil. T. T. L.t kk, of 1juiHVille, took HdvantaKe of the lejral holiday and cpont sturday and Minduy with bin home folk. , (iiii:i:v and Lee of near McKinney, and Manie rninpbcll, of Texan tire the 'H'stH of Mini MiNHiw Hum: Hob-ih-U- Mamie SHmM. Mils. H:i.i.k Itt'ii.ssiDK ami Mit-- s .May Miller, of Mt. Vernon, passed through ' of (iarrard College. Mils. Ma i.i mm Oum.ky rt'turmid from Ward'n.S'ininary, Nnubvillc, Friday, a wtturdny to attend the commencemen Itilbllt'ilcd graduate, having borne tbe h morn of a claw of i'ii. Mil. A. J. L.mk, chief consul of Kentucky L. A. , return-- i to the city to locate permanently June 1. He will be welcomed, l.ouinville TimeH. Mlis. .1. II. Itoiito.v, of Memphin, and Mifia Honeywcxxl llutlmnn. who spent the winter and Bpriiit: with her, pawsed throiiKh to yraterday. Mil. 0. M. Wiikati.kv, of Ainerk'tiF, (in , accompanied by bin two pretty , Ik f W prf I ' Pjf MIkm-Cbarlye and Mattie, are iirata at JikIku J. V. Alcorn's. Mr. ash Mil". Tom MKTr.M.Kare stay-innt Mr. I). It. Kdmlston's, Crab Orchard, no that Mr. M. ran ?et the of the sulphur water near there. Misa As.vik I'liu.ii'nentertiiined Miss Woodcock, of .1 unction City, and Misses Crimes and Simpson, of (iarrard, Uht Thursday iii?ht, when alar?u crowd was present. Mil. and Mils. W. T. IUn.i-n- , of Vos- einite, were on a visit to the latter's father, Mr. .iclinry II u?hes, who is Mi years old, ami who has been an elder in McCormack's church fortX). Mil. J.T. Wu.i.kii took his daughter, Miss Flossie, and Miss Dell S.iutley to Ciimberlhud Hap last week, and showed them all tbe sl?hts in that noted re?iou, includin? the cave, pinnacle, Arc. Coi.. V. (). Hhadi.kv was here Sunday en route from the mountains home in answer to messages from both sides to help them in the Roberts Parks kill- In?. As usual he was in tine sp nts and yfull of jokes and reminiscences. MiommMai and .Iknvik KiMi.of Dan ville, one a beautiful blonde ami the other a lovely brunette, shed the sunshine of their smiles in this ollictt Satur-iv afternoon, to the very ?reat deli?ht of the force. The) are visitin? their relative Mr. llailcy Mill. Dit. I'oiiKitr Damson came down from Cumberland (jap to help bis old love, tbe Intkiiioii .lot unai-h- , do up the The diM'tor has formed a dental partnership in his new home, and Cottrcll& Davison are doina;ood business we are ?lnd to hear. Miss Ixiuis Tii'To.n, of the College faculty, is coulined to her room at Mr. K. I'. Woods, where she went to visit, with one of the alllictiousthat was visited on Job. It is sincerely honed, however, that she will be able to attend the commencement exercises to see the result of her year'B haul woik. h daughter, ? d s. CITY AND VICINITY. p i Fui'iT Jars and Warren'B. Jelly lilasses at A. A. Nkw fctock of umbrellas and fans just received. Severance A: Sou. Takk your e??s to the Cash U.ir?aiu '2 cents perdouu. Joe S. Jones. rftoro and ?et Ho to II. F. Kout's for ice cream every lay and every ni?ht, fresh and pure, by the gallon or plate. , combinations Wk have u few left, which we oiler very low to close out. Severance & Son. ' The Stanford .Male and Female Semi-narProf. J. G. Deuuy, principal, will afternoon. cloBe all-woT y, cordially invited to call at any time durIr you want tbe best binder on the ing the week to hear the pupils examinCamelo mv firm on the niijlit of May We keep in stock a full line of all kinds of Staple Groceries, which maiket buy tbe Deerin?. For sale by ed, and Thureilay afternoon to hear the earlins; Call, wncr can Rtl by t!erciting i. a paying It pastute anil HiUertiscmrnt. we will take pleasure in showing and make A.T. Nunnelley, who also keeps a full literary exercises. II. W O A INKS, Stnnford line of repairs and tbe best twine made, Tiik College concert night all at prices and terms to suit the times, will be an unusually meritorious allair tiive him a call. and Wnlton'fl Opera IIoue will no Glassware, Queenswarc, Table and Pocket Cutlery. A full line of On the second trial of the cue of Jim doubt be crowded. Admission 2fcents; We will J. liver icccicli morning a follow Baskets kept in stock, all of which we are offering cheap to the public. Ilastin for intimiilatin? Frank Smith reserved seats can be had at McP.ohertfi' drug btore at .V) cents. Come and see us. with a shot ?un, the jury brou?ht in a Under 50 Pounds H cents, over verdict of acquittal, thereby ?ivin? the 50 and under 1001 cent, over The friends of II. Clay Kaufman, of dfc defendant the benefit of the doubt, 100 .Is of a cent. Lancaster, will deeply regret that he haB which the cms swe.irin? raised. had to be placed in the lunatic asylum M. Tim I'ortmau House has been leaded at Lexington. His mind has been wrong ELK IN & CO.,? .gflL , to Memoirs. Jonathan ltu.sell and V. O. for sometime. Vuiious causes are asSpeed, of Junction City, ?ood hotel men signed, the chief being the grief over Ky. 8 ijr who will run it in its presunt line style. the loss of his little child some time ago. Hi. i!t r In They will take charge Thursday. 'Smiire The election of officers of COMMISSIONERS I'ortmau's health caused him to ?ive up the business ami be with his family will the Knights of Pythias lodge here took place Thursday night and areas follows: GAllRAKI) CIRCUIT COL'llT move up to"lli?bction." W. It. Hill, chancellor commander; Jos- )nc Nance' Heit, l'laintifT, Sale in I.quity njcainl MikhS. K. 1!i;ihn(.i:ii announces that eph Severance, Salt, Lime, Cement, lil.ng, Farming ImpIeinentsL&c. ; J S. Jee Nancc'h H'ri, I)Pt the exhibition of tbe work of tbe stu- Owsley, jr., prelate; A. T. Nuiinelly, lly virtue uf a judgment ol the Gsrrnnl Circuit at the dents of tbe art department of Stanford master at arms, and Max Manes, trustee. Court above Frliruaiy term, iSyi, of Mid Court, Mjletl cae, I will on in the Female College, will take place at the 8, 1891. chapel Friday inornn?, June oth, from Miss Mai. mi: Li:wi, who will gradu- MONDAY, 0 to PJ, and that she will be glad to Me ate It first d.ty ofthe at the Kirksville College this week, th beins the Count) Court, Jnne term, 1891, of intoln stll to the highest bidDicks' Feed Cutter, Hocking ValleyCorn Sheller. all f i lends of the college. , is desirous of obtaining a situation as der at jiuIpIk aurtiun before the door M in Stanf rd, Ky . at or thereabout, the F.iiw un IIm. i.v, a briikemau on the teacher, and deserves to get a good one. followinc described propcrt) or land itualvd on the water of Hanging L A; N., whoso home is in Iowa, got his By teaching awhile and going to school Ky , and hounded 'hu Fork, in Lincoln County, awhile she has educated herself and is lltginiiiiic at a iiake In'he centH- of the thumb caught between the bumpers ,v Iluttoimlle 'I urnpike and corner to the while coupling cars here Saturday morn- now fully equipped to teach the higher portion allotted to C W Nance, thence S 17 K in polo (.ivclii, ing, mashing it so badly that it had to he grades and music, she has the highest thence S to. tonr corner S to cameto and stone in K 'fit pole i links a reconimeiidatio'is from the trustees of Yoiinir'i line and corner to l.iven thence N '4 amputated. Tbe operation was perI 1; p4tlea to a stone corner to same and Hiram formed by the company's surgeon, Dr. the several schools that she taught, and Craic, theme N 13V4 W 57 pole 15 finis to a is in every way worthy of them. Those ttone earner to Cralc, thence .V j$ F i pole 5 J. F. Peyton. 'inks to the center of the pile, with name desiring to employ a teacher would do N ,'4 W t po cs, thence X thence polM thence W 4 X M' W 4 poles, thence S jtijf W ia .Miles, Hivkkvi: M thinks. A Hiipply of well to address her at Stanford. theneS 70 V 10 poles, thence S 60I4 V 12 W. 38 pole 10 links, to the poles, thence h V. these excellent machines is kept concontaining The commencement exercises of Censtantly on hand at 1. M. Hruce's, Stanford, Crow A Co.'s McKinney, and V. tral Kentucky 1'niversity will occur 68 Acres and 18 Poles. Color Dr. W. F. V. Bartlett will A. Uatson's, Crab Orchard, where twine June Mtoauoiher track situated on same wattrs and ill same county, uhich is Umndrd thus' rtegin ami repairs can also be had at all times. preach the Baccalaureate sermon at a. nine at a stone near a branch and corner to I)r. F Kxamine the merita of the Buckeye be- m. Sunday. Dr. H. A. White will de- I. Kodrs, thence X K 139 to a tone to thence S 69 stone corfore buying. J. O. .Shields, general liver the sermon before the Y. M. C. A. ner to Hicks, thende VS78 poles, 17 to a to a stone 15 K 18 piles JVeal's a branch, thence X that wight. Hon. Boyd Winchester will nearbeginning, containing 86 31 poles 17 link to Stanford. aeiit, the deliver an address in behalf of the liteHAKiioiisiiriiw is advertising for sealed rary societies Monday niy.ht. Tuesday 41 Acre s, 3 Roods and 22 Poles. proposals to cloe J uuu 1.), for the con- at 10 a. M. class day exercises, and that Said be made credit struction and maintenance of a Herdic afternoon meeting of the Alumni with ofTKHMS. month, tale willrequired of on apurcha(i and 13 bonds the ser with approved security having the force and system pumpaudHtand-pipwaterworks address by Dr. B. L. Hobson, at 8 v. .m. effect of a judgment, with 6 per cent, interest from on the franchise plan. Specifications oratorical contest in which L. O. Jones date until paid and reserving a lieu upon the land until all the purchase money i paid Watch-Make- r furnished on application. The plant and W. O. Lackey, of this to do all kinds li. M DAVISON, M.C.1. C And JKWKLRY in the city. A reliable county, will Jdjw calls for abouf l miles of mains from 12 of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. represent the Philaletheians and to l inches and 70 double no..le tire Wednesday at 10 . m. the closing exer- Excursion to Cincinnati Zoological Garden hydrants. cises. The occasion promis s to be a Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, -- ON memorable one. A Mil. Joii.smin, who has been day and night. strawberries around town this sea 9II1, 1891. Tiik Kentucky State Medical Meeting son, came in morning and aB at 1exiugton waa largely attended and a Special train will leave McKlnneyat 5a in. usual left his horse standing on the great deal of interesting at 10 work was done. teaching Cincinnatia'.fo and o'clock at Returning, leave Cincinnati at arrlvi McKlnucy street. Before he had gotten a diten An excellent banquet was given the atujop m. Kound trip ticket from McKuinc), including admilon to the Zoo, $1 for adults und steps away the horse took to his heels, body atthePlncnix Hotel. In selecting St for children under 12 e.ir. Persons ran lake turning the delightful berries over in the officers two Lincoln county the tram at Morcland, Junction City ami Danville men for round ticket The net dirt of the street. He had some 'St gal- honored, and the list is as follows : were at the ame pricetho benefit tripHael Green Mil proceed are for of Dr. lons in his wagon. sion School. Ticket forsale by the deMit agent Hawkins Brown, Hustouville, president ; t the station named F.veryl'ody invited to a pleasant day and help a good cause JuxiE Mokiiow was not present at the Dr. B. L. Coleman, of Lexington, senior Dr. John Your.g Brown, special term of Circuit Court hero Satur ; Dr. day and the bar elected Hon. It.C. War- of Henderson, junior ren in his stead. A number of orders Steele Bailey, of Stanford, secretary , was made ami one divorce granted, Han-na- b Dr. J. B. Kiumard, of Jancaster, treas- Stinted tn beautiful valley on Dit reiver, about 4' j miles cast of Stanford, near the county road Clarke being relieved of the bonds urer ; board of censors, Drs. B. W. leading from Govheii to the Stanford anil pike, will be open seeking .pii which bound her to James Clarke. Tbe Stone, of Hopkiusville ; Charles Mann, et. pleasant mid heulthful for thoe Ileuirt. aFirst-cSummer of Nicholasville. and S. W. Willis, of its accommodation will be furimhed to guets partieH are colored ami abandonment , and. as the Springs have been very recently Winchester. The committee reported in the term will be reasonable was charged and proved. Among the mall will be dancing, favor of Louisville as the next place of etc amusements will meet guiitsalboating, tiding, Carri.iccv Kcvvlaml when Tiik ball game between tbe 1. J.s' and meeting. notihed The seuson ot 1801 will open with a (irantl Pictili June 14. I'iriiio for board can lie the Harrodsbiirgs Kiiday afternoon, was had by addreinc OriTK a sensational scene occurred as without any special features, save the J. F. COOK, l'ror , Stanlord, Ky. large number of scores made on each here a few evenings ago. Mrs. James side. Our home team was not well or- (trillion, of Jessamine, came over and obW3IISJLJL. ganized, several of the hoys never hav- taining a warrant against her husband Toepii with is ing played a match game before, but for adultery, placed it in the hands of his pleasant and heathful resort will Marshal Newlund for service. Mrs. they diil Butliciently well to down the visitors by a score of :!: to "Jo. There unities sain inni no nan run uti witn a 10, 1891, was a little division of opinion regarding woman named Mollie Hale, and the when I will be piep.irt-- to a. commodate boarda certain rule during the Harrodsburg Marshal was soon able to locate him. er at $0 a week, single meals Cottage conl for at $loa week a roam. Horse team's last half inning, although He was at her home in the knobs enjoy at $ rentweek or 50 cent or is feed. Kverylhtng kept a ha one of their men was out and it would ing the smiles of the fair Mollie, when been put in good condition and is in tine shape lor Hi health auk enjovineut have been impossible for them to have theollicer ruthlessly appeared on the 41m KKLUhX I'UIKA. H AV X Hi dIe) v defeated us, they quit the game rather scene aud made known bis business. than play on and take the consequences. The woman swore that (1 rimes was her ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, On investigation, however, it was proven husband and that he should not leave Seventh aud Marki t Streets, that the I. J.s' werein the rightas usual. her, but the oll'u er was inexorable and from Harrodsburg, umpired, and tore the loving pair asunder amid the Louisville, - - - Kentucky, Taylor, from his knowledge of the game did as tears and imprecations of the pretended WILL OI'KN MOXDAV, .MAR 2. bride Arriving witli him in town, he well as could bo expected. was taken at once in the presence of the 011Having sold out our entire interest intothe hotel, we havu moved Jefferson our old Dit. PKvro.v tells us that his company woman he had wronged, and such a stand that westreet, occupied for year o successfully is going to build the water woiks and tongue lashing as lu got was n caution. on Seventh and Market streets, arc now lilting it up in elegant "hape, new throughout and tlie t will In every way be elegant, Including cue ol perform any other contract it has made. Tnen she wound ui by saying that he Hale' Safety Passenger and llaggage Klevators We are glad, indeed, to bear this, had always been a good husband to her, with all the late lirinrcveinents We vant allot and see though it looked wry differently from and for the sake of their 11 children, our old Ir lends to come our rooms,us in our old home. We promise you that table and ncrvi. e all wo could gather, corroborated also by only three ot whom are living, she rhall bo second to none in the land. Mv wife. .Mrs. II. Alexander, want to be remembered to all Jo the fact that one of the members of the begged that he would not further bring unr lady friends anil she will be glad to sec them a neatly reception rare ii per day company had written a letter to the disgrace on his name. Tho old fellow .inn give tnem IO. 101 AI.KXAXDF.il. Manager mayor asking to from the Bat as dumb as an oyster, with eyes contract. The doctor says tho hitch is down cast, during the ordeal, but finally LIME AND caused by their engineers, the Stttrte-van- t broke down and acknowledged his sin going back on them, and that Bros., will deliver I ime at 5 Cents a llushel In Lanand begged forgiveness, Tho woman so soon us they can get other competent &c. was too glad not to forgive, and with- caster, Stauford and the ueighlNirhood. will also load on cars at Crab (Orchard, Itrick men to see to the work it will be com- drawing tho charges they left on the menced and rapidly prosecuted. Tho next train for home. Miss Hale, who at 7; cents u hundred Give me a chance. FRr D KllEl'GI R, Crab Orchard. doctor also declares that he has not re- lured the husband from wife and chil fused to pay Mr. Welsh for tho L'O acres dren, is a daughter of JetTerson Halo loIIOuKC-Kuilric- rs of land and water privileges bought of and aiBter of the one who not long ago From now until the lothof June, iFgi, wish to hiui and that every thing will bo at- attempted to force her illigitimate offreceive bids for the building of my tended to in duo time. Mr. Welsh's spring on a neighbor, whom sho claimed plan can be seen at the store of .s. 11. douse. The Shanks, or home near the Orchard lawyers Bay they wero not instructed to was its daddy, but who denied the soft at my turae mite imm Stauford ,V CrabTwo ,rao urcnaru. pike, kinds aue, but to tender deed aud demand pay- impeachment and took legal uteps to ol bids wanted one the material to be furnished -by contractor or In in) sell. reserve the right to ment. reject any er all bid. A. C. XEWLANIV taken from his house. have the infant ' ' JT. ESTRAY. Fancy & Family Groceries ICE, ICE I PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. FARRIS HARDI1T. R Stanford, J.B.FOSTER semi-annu- SALE Groceries and Hardware JUNE I Studebaker Wagons,; Oliver Chilled Plows, I court-hou- ic 1 - Stan-lor- d I 1 W. B. McROBERTS, -- -- 4 DRUGGIST AND JEWEJCEH, Has the Newest and LatestStyles of Wall Paper, Every Shade and of Alabastine; The Best and Purest YhiteLead and Oils; n 0. 1 1 4 Weath-erfor- Ready Mixed Paints and Carriage Paints; Sil- u Largest and Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks jied-dlin- g Tuesday. June JOE SEVERANCE, Jr., Dealer in en-to- y t. vice-preside- cook's SFBiarGS 11 I're.ich-eisvlll- e l Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, open-ek- m H liWb 1 OPEN JUNE .1 . d rVT-ftMR- ln '1 fir. iSntlByT tTT iBa-r- K -- 'l m m m olit-fi- 11. BINDERS, HAY - RAKES, Binder Twine, Machine Oil, BRICK. I I Notice I Before buvinjj. 1 M- l- ..... - , nj i i,i.i.0i JMiitffniVyMi n.ni.-;ry;M- ga iVJFtzxtrzxfxniri 'run, nn svni.,t Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa: I Published Every Tuesday and Fr day j! jefU!. YEAU,IX AD"" A.NCK TWhen not so paid $3.50 wi'.i . e charced.-- M " 5,L&N. K. L. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowland at 7.00 a. m , returning LOCAL TIME CARD. ,1234 pm Mail tram going North ...131pm South ...1 13.1 m Express train " South .... .. ufam ' " North m ...b Local Freight North South ...51'P m also curry passengers, The latter train The above is calculated on standard time, Solar time is about 20 minutes faster Office ;on Mam l! mm Dr. A. S. PRICE, DENTIST. B. Mc Roberts' Drug Store, Stanfard. Sl'ROEOy street, oer . DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. MaiTstreet, m office recently Office South side vacated by Dr. L F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. DR. I- - B. COOK, AND SURGEON, Residence, ot Husioo-6- m PHYSICIAN Office over James Ii. Owen property at the ton ille and Dans tile pikes. STANFORD, KY. Mi Roberts' Drugstore tlow Thejr Iteineonliereil It. A Justice I.ovliig Uooator. The wife nml daughter of n captain, An incident which caused much who is himself a man of education, and amusement and set everybody talkiug who commands 0110 of the largest shins occurred in tho court room on a recent owned in America, not long siuc'o ac- afternoon. John Williams, who had companied him on a trip, during which been charged ou several indictments for he visited various Russian ports. Tho burglary, felonious entry, larceny, etc., mother Is a wonmn of no cultivation, but was decided not guilty ou all but and her daughter unfortunately three indictments, pleaded guilty on tho to have more of her mother in her than indictment for larceny. During tho day of her father. On their return to Amer j a rooster was offered in testimony, it ica, a lady who- - was calling on Mrs. being claimed that tho prisoner had began to ask about tho stolen the bird. Captain X different ports which tho ship had visNow this rooster, like any other sen ited; but 80011 found that sho could sible bird, kept Us mouth shut and beelicit little information. haved very nicely indeed during the "1 can't say that I noticed much," trial. But when Judge Bittenger called would reply. "I don't seem tho prisoner up and passed sentence upon Mrs. X to remember much about all those him tho rooster could contain himself no places." longer, and from within his basket pris"But at least you must remember St. on there came a crow of delight and exPetersburg," the caller said. "You were ultation. Tho effect was rather startthere a week, your husband told me." ling as well as amusing. Tho crowd "Oh, yes, I remember St. Petersburg," chuckled with suppressed merriment, was the reply. "It was there that Sadie and oven tho stern judge was noticed to and I finished our silk quilt. We just relax his countenance a little. Tho merworked like beavers all the time we riment at length subsided and the rooster were in iort, so that we could begin a was voted a dandy. But that historic new one when wo started for home." bird had not yet fully demonstrated his Boston Courier. appreciation of the circumstances to his own satisfaction. Same Tliliij;. Williams was afterward called up to receive sentence on another indictment, I'm wit y and tho unsuspecting peoplo were again almost electrified by hearing another hearty crow from the rooster. That bird was evidently glad that the prisoner was sentenced and wanted it understood too. York (Pa.) Daily. A I.onc; I. Inn Bastin's Saw Mill. I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somerset pike, 7 miles I rum Stanford and air prepared tofuinish anvkind of l.t'MIIKR, SHINGLES. I will sell the Itim Ai , at I.OWESI TRICKS berat the mill or deliser, to suit purchasers. Gise Postotticc?, MAYWOOD, KY. me a trial I will deltser sawed chestnut shingles ai Sun. ford or Ittmliind it - jj per M v A B 1IASTIN 4J-i- TOTEX.!. BORXISTG v ' I am vsell prepired to bore wells and will do t' work in a xood manner and promptly At One Dollar a Foot. Call 11 or ..lJttSs ine at htanlord, I mi ki t. r sM'iii Kentu I Farm For Sals. i - Kentucky Centra! R.R. "JUl'IO CJKVHS UOl'TH.. Tho Shortt'Ht und Qulckont Iti uto frc i Cuntrnl Kontucky to nil polntu Nort Runt, Went and South-WoFrj Iainu between LexinRton und Clue, , I desire to s.ll my latin ot a'.iiut to a. res, situfated .ihoin i', mile, nort'i of Mmhi.l oil tni Hush llrarih pise, ppo.iti. the Id h 'Iherr I POWDER Absolutely Puro A , ' are iibotit 50 M res in "u It an ; the balancr of the farm well set in timHh dwelling ((four rooms m ml kiuhvn and a spleiidul new turn; is well ltrrt indfiiued l'oM'lon cin he cisen immediately. pirii(.tiUrs, sv J. P. Uaifey, Staiifor I, nr write the nndersicned SI K WITMKKS. Cinnnnail, (hl... r" (od I'r all in icasrmm; mei t Food Uiott cream of tartar 1 tk r, laust I poivl r II I h' st uf Oowrn ' j mz: mmmi wi, skill due ties, Curis nits. Iiruiscs, olJ rr cortii, liiinions, piles, listula ratifies halter iie burns, Whereser It has poison and bruisebeen used it has given .nderfnl satufjc lion and its prorensity tor retnoMiu nrene is remarkable. Sinner iu tcstiuioliia sill ,e e ured and u ill appear 111 this spate at date Made later and Mld by 1 ir TIIKOl'tilllK INriN'CINA II TO Mil) DI.lXHlKOl (.II and JH I It SCIIKDL'I.K IN KFFKCT MA ,i,,i 1 Na I. South-Houn- No. Daily I I FOR SAL.22I Lot on Main Street in Stanford Containir; orm.easv i y. Sum. , oS p n 1 I.ve I.ve I.ve Arr ClticiHHJti ... . T R W A I. rON", Stanlnrd. J II HIt.'.INs SMifird.Ky. Air Cosiaiiton.. Falmouth.. Paris I.sii;ten . . u 1 mi 8 on p m 18 a m' 8 ol p m p m 9 45 9 11 1$ a m l ) P m p m 10 p m ii 8 S in a O p am it i 6 pb U' p m p n 1 n i For Salo FIRST NATIONAL BANK Twenty llitilditi OF STANFORD. KV ( In ihe Orporate II I I.ot.s 1 I I.ve Arr Arr Arr Arr I.ve Arr lif lis t Paris Winchester.. Itichmond. Lancaster... Stanford., Kiihntotid .. I.ivitvtofi . t.sr Middleshoro Noith-Houn- 11 11 . i) in p m JS p m 4J a m . ' '"1 S " a 4 ' 10 p P ni ' JS 7, 15 15 l'""j . ml..... -- p m' P m ." MAKsT KnUtid. No. a a no a jo a No, j. in m m m xo. junction R. C. MORGAN, D. DENTIST. D. S. Customer (to waiter) I'd like some crackers and a bowl of milk. Have the iuiik not. Waiter (giving the order) One oyster stew! Harpers Bazar. taise and Luther. "Lady" barbers are so much the rage nowadays that I have hit upon a scheme in order to indulge my muse, that I may sing their praises and talk of theso models of propriety who turn a deaf ear to all advances. Here you are: , House, OtKceon Main street, opposite Portman painless gien for upstairs. Nitrous Oxide . """'STANFORD. KENTUCKY. j H. FIiEXXTEH, Dealer in lomgn A: Domestic WINES AND LIQUORS, fllwaukee bottled .L.trmtM. nnil . . r,.i Irffrrum street, bet. rlojtl and v Preston. LOUISVILLE, KY. Steam bottled beer, warranted to keep six months. My jjooils will he round at the 1'iirt man House saloon aim loom at Ferrill llros'., Rowland f p. 1 -- THE SHELTON HOUSE, J. H fJREER, Proprietor, Rowland, First-clas- - - Kentucky. ui accommodations at reasonable rates. Open day and night. Sample room and Rood lis. cry in connection s THE I RILEY HOUSE, have moved to my new Hotel and am better to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached andesery consenicoce ..red. Give me, call. F. B. RILEY.lProprletor, Kentucky. London, - ; prtpartd than ever O (You're getting very cray.) For tboo I'd Kindly die. love. (You'll lmvo it dyed, you say?) Ah! how will jou relay me)1 (Your whHkers must lw clipped.) With coldness you would slny me? (lies pardou; scissor slipped.) How lon thiw must I liincuNh? (I've Inthcrt'd you enough.) Your treatment caut-- s nnsuhh. (Tlia nizor's n bit rough.) My heart ami soul are thine, dear: (I'll have to take your noe.) Oh! will ou not bo mine, dear? (Here, boy, just brush those clothes.) I've wealth and I've 11 title; (We Bro allowed no fee.) Whete bhall I find requital? (Pay at the counter, please.) Good mornlne, fairest maiden; (Cat. slutW, sir, or sluimpooj) With Ioo my heart is Imlen. (A cut and liao for yon?) My heart for you is yp.irnlniR I You'd like 11 shortNh crop.) My brain for you U burning. (It's very thin on tup.) Away from theo I li;li. love; of Doctors. A 16,500 V.sj J The numerous friends of Dr. Irving S. sn i i UVBT, SALE AND ?2SD S7A3LS, Haynes in this region will bo glad to m i' p m (TLs, am to the fact AttentKin of the p know that his name appears in the ofil- - thai this is tho onlypublic is insited in Stanford 15 a m STANFiKD.s. National Hank - 4; m 11 p m cial announcement of the spring session Onder the prosuions of the National llank Act. COMMERCIAL SPETIM. AlIKNr"V l.se L.itn:tofi im i n im tin 11 of tho medical department of tho Uni- - drpusitor are secured not only by the capita! lor an travelers Mars and piul liiMlil k. but bv the stuckholders' xulii and soltf l.se Paris versity of New York as demonstrator of ito. ulit equal to the stock, so that depositors uf Onlvlirsw as nur..ai4il c .. lot .ei m lisn l. . . t aimoutfc .. MlFiHii 1 i i in j j p in i an ... s .... v,iiiiii ) ns to 11 1 m I jj p -J of $400,000. anatom'y, and th.it he is engaged to de- - this institution are secured b a fund of the bank Art Cincinnati " p mile 55 a in, 411 tu Kie nworn stjtfments of thf condition liver one lecture each week (luring the are made each year to the L' lilted Stales (overn-tueand its assets are examined at stated times On theMarsstlle Pranch, No 10. leaves Paris a spring course. Dr. Haynes comes right t.T 7 'J. a m and No. t, it 6 arriving fully by ins aptitude tor the medical pro- andRoverumeut agents, thus securing additttonal perfect safety to depositors Co. Mayssslie at is n, a m, andil8 p m, m N) at ,,, p This institution, originally established as the fession. His father. Dr. Samuel Haynes, o leaves MayssiUe at 3 m, arriving at Pans a" Deposit Hank of Stanford in i8$i, theo leases Mittville at 740, am. No jo aa of Saranao, needs no introduction to the wed as the National llank ol Stanford ill 10, p m arrives at Paris at These trains are !$ and 1F STANFORD. Vn people of this section, having establish- ajain at the First National Hank of dally eacept unda). uninterSo 1, dally In all points escept Howland Dis ed a good medical reputation many Stanlnrd in iSi, has had practically all supplied It now fully oranued and realy lit business with It is better rupted existenceof ,15 car ion. sshich isdail) escept hunday. years ago; his uncle, Dr. Thomas S. now nh taciluiei for tramactint busines prompt No runs daily Irons I.esitijion to Liii' innat' No. runs rlil Haynes, of Lacdlle, has long been en- I) and liberally than cser before in its loti; and Paid up Capital of - - S200.000. honorable areer Artount of corpratlefls, N s runs daily frm all stations eice t gaged in the practice of medicine, d firms and indisiduals respectfully Dnieion, Surplus, . - - - 15,000. Knwlanddail) escept which is daily escept "und No Sundat standing in tho front ranks of his proI he Directory of this Hank is composed ot No dally betwm Cmcionati andteim;' fession in tho province of Quebec; his No 41 Palis and l.esini-tnArcommodalici Foster, of Stanford; SLCCF.SSOU t FHK LINCOLN NATIONAL I) Least t.esmicton ii 00 a m Amirs Pat grandfather, tho late Dr. Thomas T tores :us KohI, l.tucoln county : HANK OK S1AMORD. 10 IS a in vt Haynes, practiced medicine successfully j S. .IInayaen, sumiora; No S Falmout'f AionsnseMlaison; leases In r llaushman, Lincoln.-(Now clom; up) ith the same assets and under nitiij 10 p m ArnsM Falnsuutb j oj p m in Swanton and West ford, Vt., for over y Miller, Mt Vernon: the same management r siept Sundnv, S 1 Ham .Incoin: forty years, and his Ily prnsmons of Its chaiter, ilepotitois are at , No. 1 I.esrs Falmouth 6 una m. Arntes S Mocker Staafard; j. fully prole, ted ai aie dKMitrrs in National tinnaii t 55 a m dil except Sunday Dr. Thomas Haynes, of Benningt! A. I.ackev, I.IbcJu-No. t and make Ofmentions at WnuKestrr'' Banks, us snarcnomeis ren neio inaivsauaiiT P. Hill, Stanford; ton, was with General Amherst's army liahte to the extent ot the amount of their .loci polms on the N. N X M V K'y. K. D W. G. Wekh, SUnfotd. par aluc thcreot, m addition to the at the reduction of Fort Ticonderoga 111 therein No. carries it mujfh cars Irons Cm. mrs! ) W P. Tat. Stanford. amount at the invested in snen shares It may act as MtddUsbnfonah and Curnbef Und la and a the colonial French war of 17o8, and a fully as rermcaiaie siaii.n ana runs clans executor, adntinwlrator, trustee, ,Vc, OtFIlrKS synopsis memorandum of that war by an individual W. . fincmnat i j, nt Ml'NSON.Trav Pas It . Ver, To tNM mho enlrnsted their bnlvtnrss to us k KNOT I C P AI.M'lKK,, "Dr. Thomas Haynes, Sen.," is now in JS J hi J M Ui r's Cas while inoajiBir the Lincstln National Haak ol Tratfi Mjna,er. .'..- -t Ci'l er A A M.km-e- y t.en Pan A, Ai. the possession of Dr. Samuel Ilaynes, of Stanford, c we hero tender osir minv thanks ami t.rrci il to r In utiire, Kj jr trust they will contlnne to tranauct their business F II MDKsK, t.er Pass c'r Asi Saranac. Plattsburg Republican. for prompt attenwith us, ofierin as a litf I , 1 Capital Stock Surplus 3200,000 I. JI. IllUCK, Lse Middlestoro j I.ve I.ivsMfston. Arr RiLhiHod.. In l.se Stanford .. . l.se Lancaster j Arr Kichtnoad. jio I.ve Kirbsaofld. !n Arr Winchester . . Arr Paris it , si a m I ft ; I ... . . 1 I5IIP'HP ( 1 I I 1 '; '' 1 (y 4 m Farmers Bank& Trust . 11 1 ! 4 1 s, xslic-te- . 4 I n I 1 .i j J A Pr-s- -- e- w 1 A Living liyiiitiiio. FRAy. RLEV London Herald. Ir-se- r lug tli 1'ii.icp. JOTTERS HOtXSE, n P. W. GREEN, Proprietor I have recently taken charge 01 this Hotel and intend keeping it at its present hl?h standard. Special attenti jn gi en to the traveling "Which of these two fellers hez got the worst of it?" demanded tho policeman sternly of a bystander who had witnessed the fight. 'One U about as bloody as the other," answered the man, "but the chap witli his hair full of mud is a heap the worst up." And the brave guardian of the public peace &woop'd down like an avenging spirit on tho doomed man with tho muddy hair, and marched him off to tho calaboose. Chicago Tribune. u"-e- d ljblic. A correspondent in New London, Conn., sends out this remarkable story: George Rood, of Westerly, R. I., was struck by lightning, and after recovering consciousness it was found that his body was full of electricity. He is now able to sit up, but his body is so highly charged with electric fluid that when he puts his hands within a certain distance of each other sparks will jump from one to the other with a loud, crackling noKe, and when tho hands touch they can bo separated only by tho most violent rubbing. His feet are in the same, condition, and he has to bo careful to keep them apart. A jierson touching him receives n blight ehock, and if ho touches a watch ho magnetizes it completely. Many people visit him to witness tho curious manifestation of electricit j 's wonderful nnwir TAR 01 D PILES SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA. WOUNDS, BURNS, THE GKKAT IIOU KIIOLD Itr.Mi:r)Y FOI SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, 4c. PRICE Send three box ami book. two-ccut DO CENTS. stamps for free rasmla liuansoloc tion to line, (Mil twtnts years' esperienre in ) ankinc and as liberal nciomnsodaUoiit as air with sound bankisvf lHk.TOK J J Williams, Mt Vernon, J. M Hail, Stanlord; J. S. Ows'sjy, taal'sMd j .,, S J. Kmbry, Staaferd ,J J U I.) nn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, MilledsVU; J. K. HaMi(knvsn, Hustons il.e, J F. Cash. Stanford, William tj ..(, Stanford, Ky S II Shanks. President ion-tlitel- lt . C ,7.. niMeSP m 5s!-- . MnW. .asMasm. an er ! t miurr. e I .ulding C in..r J !'.. .i .W M Fright. Til.er J os ei..Ca.hier rai It ,k II Ha ih 'i O-- Kccpe TARDSOAP ABSOLUTELY PURE, FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH, AND NURSERY PURPOSES. ? TAE-OID ftV wrr ,,j aTUi-!')itiIiN- . T Wi JxSilA nif? M ,s.i"i diriL" I I'i-I'- r.e t First-Clas- s Sample Room In connection Also IPool and Billiard Parlors. CARRIAGE FAINTING. Humi; secured painter, I CO., K. Chicago, HI, a fliMmM) E. II. FARMER, '"t . Indina!ls r, H.t for M11 hia-- i P011 1 r. in Ce traj I 0 ' New York, i.i B i Cleveland. and the West, I, New I.hkUi Canada, Chuaji 3. O Tr The Doctor of tlix I'liture. (At the telephone) "Are you there:'' "Well, what is it?" "Ls that von, doctor?" "Yes." "I don't feel well." ' "Cough iuto the rtceivor." "Hum! Hum! Hum!" "No immediate danger. Take some Keep yourchloride lozenges. self warm. I'll bo round to see you directly." "Thanks." Cuurrier de la Semaine. Ulvulry j (lie sen ices u( a U.s um tiiw prepared t do all lindtirst-- . - ( Stanf rd lorsa'et'yA Piimy r. d V. I. P i rne, i.njt .' Ki tr.i 'n t 111 Repairing and Repainting w Of carriage ai.d :iugi;ies. dive me a call WM DAUt.HKRTS JOSS. ln2S.'tV ""3jC - ml, J IIK.IMA Shortr.t i.'ni .est line lo e to M Haitiitu re. ,rr Sbur i F'yisfri Iloston, Phi a ! Kv a j XV- UM T5 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Ai.,1- - p CREAM ?1 Roller Extract, BUT EITHER 'TONSORIAL ARTIST, SiANrORO, KENI't'CKY. first il is Harber Shop on Mam street, op--I r, it Porllilai Huuk and Invites a iliare of your iniron.xc Pr nipt atlrntiiin tooutside all and r.j attrrti n 10 ad.et and childrer Worki in t'.e Hit style with neatness ai.d lis. II is a I. fati con he. Pui.mn Iboidoir Mcepcr tl n i.ijh wi" ihi'ge mj (. Ii.ltan nsa, HirmniKl , Mrr ' Ian making iliret t tonne 11 naenieitet iKi 1. ville, A.hesihe, I T'u hi org and point in , S, liJ Irnns, h car, inokiii; ars a d our & C- t CD .S - hm O I j I Has ye heered dat my son 'Rastus tuck a premium at do school 'zamiuatiou? Sam Joluising Jess quit braggiu' about your son 'Rastus take premium. Ollkeof the Cincinnati 1'iuon Siin.lv .ml Co Didn't my pig get de blue ribbon at de CINCINNATI, MAY 11. 11 county fair? Texas Siftings. Very Little Sometimes. Harry Did you see that fine looking young woman? Stunning, eh, old boy? Did see her look back at mo after we'd passed? George Yes. They say it doesn't take u Jim Webster ltetw'ii tlin l'liuillles. OF SPECWL INTEREST jjm 'UAlRDILICAVki DA points Iheonls line rimnintr solid trains with choi Pullman (touitniror Palace Slevpintr Car lo Ja b. sonsillo without banjo lor au .lasol pisiei 1 tin, C'ti jrlest .ii, Augusta, Muion, Kriinsuuk, Lake Cil) , Thoitiast ille and 1 At CI ill.moor a for Atlanta. Columbus. Um asanni, I I.OItl '' r 13 6m Shippers of IJvc Stock. CREAM Extract IS OUR BEST FLOUR, ANTER' At a myelin? 01 I hi' Ilojnl of Director held this day, the folliming resolution was unaiiimoixly adoptud: G MAGIC I j j GOLD MEDAL, IDOL-KIN- G CHOLERA CURE! s m S bile lii(ae 'el aul Mo,t(iriery,It If utitssille, Dei It Fl rrn e Memphis .mil K VN'SAS poirts crsor a A 'rti-s- t r, much to turn a woman's head. Transcript. Boston A StiKSstlon. Lowestan, '93, walks impudently np, after the rest of the division is seated, and places his hat on the air pump. Professor If you desire a vacuum under that hat, Mr. Lowestan, you had better put it on. Yale Record. A That on and after Monday, May 18, 1891, there will be no charge made for yardage and weighing on any live stock sold at these yards. Ily order of the lioanl. lI'Mtsion, Austin, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line to lacksnn and ! ksbur, Mist. ifrfseKrt La., makiu Ultra ronnerttonl without oiniuluis transfer lor Dallas Fort Worth, Austin, San Anlonia, Kl Paso and poiuttin Pucrt conne imns nude at Nl.Vs itlinnl "mi ibus tr.mfer for (n!eit and ijui t li Aiinistcn. Selina, M. a o SILVER MOON IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR THE MONEY r-Pij TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. For tli rough rate, correct county maps and lull inlormation call on Agent.it Junction Cite, Ky oraddre KHANK V. WOOLLEY, Trav Pass Ai;t., Lexington, Kv. C.C, h.RVKY D. EDWARDS. Yice Preident, 0. P. ,V T A., Cincinnati, O W J. MPPINCOTT, President . ..IF YOU ARE GOING KTORTH Tlitmsands of dollars worth of chick-cam ilestroyt-t-l hy Cholera every year. It is moro fatal to them than Hut the all other ili.stui.'-er- f coinhined. discovery of u liquid rcinetly that jaii-ti- n I f ile.stroys tho Microbes has been itiaile. Half of tho yoiuij" chickens are killed by Microbes befoio they art) fryers. A lxttle is enough for 100 thickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using two thirds of a bottle, you am not satisfied with it as a euro for Cholera, return it to tho druggist from whom you purchased it, and he will refund your niouey. 50-ce1 or WEST, John b. lastlbman. A. G.I AM, HAM, THE Hilt AdTHIltlllJM. '0)) IQUISVIUE HtwAltUXT iCH.CACTRTMfl TO . Maud No girl could have refused him ho had proposed to her a3 sweetly as he proposed to me. Mary But you must remember, dear, that he has had a great deal of experience. Muusey's Weekly. if ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BAR13EE&CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, Louiviuc 4 Nahviiic R. H. O.K.'(A'C405 "J . An Kmliryo Scientist. Is the line for you, as it ..And. '! H 1 points' u ,.And. Jl!is3 A NHWM -- WIHISTt, of mine? I suppose you've noticed his way of going to tho bottom of things? Teacher Yes, I've noticed it about his classes. Life. In Jeopardy. Enthusiastic Father Don't you think I ought to mako a scientist of that boy Double Dally Trains Make close connections at LOUISVILLE And OINOIN For all points. ' A.TI ' Commerce Building, Louisville. Ajents throughout the South. Ilasine removed my Rarber Shop lo the Com THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. . - Vullni'ali Vestibulcl HufTet SUepers snd PullBobbie Look Uncle George! man Buffet Chair Cars on all trams throiii; h to English ain't no dead lnnguage, be it? Chicago without change. . Go via the Monon and jet Uncle George Not yet, Robbie, but money. Kor information address If you had the exclusive handling of It it IAS. BARKER, G P. A.,Chica?o Boon wouIJ Boston Courier, W. G. CRUSH, D. P. A., I.ouisiilli. ..,.., HAGUAOE CHECKKD THROUGH. "W. A. TKIBBLE, Local A?ont, SrTANICM.r Y. l., mercial Hotel, 1 am prbpared to accommodate ladies a well as geutlemen in anytliiDg they may wish lo my line. Children also waited on. Call JESSK THOMPSON, rtnie. For ale by V. II, McRobcrM, druggist, Star InCommercial Ilutel, lord, For any information- enquire of J A. CARPENTEH, Agent, Or Stanford, Ky. W. W. PENN, Trav. Pass. Agent, Twenty Junction dty, K miles the Shortest to TO THE VOTERS OF LINCOLN CO. I. JR r '.t Semi-Weekl- y Interic STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JUNE j LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. CRAB ORCHARD. VOL. XIX. The Courier-Journa- 18c -P- reaching at the Ilaptist church is Imme again after hav lnUw) roh)ei, ,m, f(In oVef Sln(HJ. ,, Sumlnv . ,w opencd n8lIIII by fl traa hj t.lm.mn uj Misa Xoia 1Mlill . ,,, mosl of irusn the Cour.er-JournaM lM H( (). mer Bulcrlplloil 6choo, at j.llK.ir (;rovt.. iie totheJuiiKU.ofabir.htiee.bychw K pk.Slu,,iy by brlnKlna , B ri,!t, Mi R. H. Branaugh bought of various ol the pulilii lo , partie8 , tlt. Wm, KlIli on head of - and tliat the prospective Sw,tj.h Molu Charhii o , printing is the cause of that . paper a U.(lfor(UtI(I MaUle . i ni'iu uIil) limrrie,l :i year wi" steers, at pri v ? ri tiim itt1t imiii .iv. coune. The ntwnuim oi u wuu :i to :i cents. on thu 2nd inst. been foolish enoutfh to believe the state Tne local freight trains out of How-- I ha J. N. Robinson ... moved his iew- r ......11.. .1I...I iu rlt.B .s.v." . . .. ... . .. , iiiitriri h ri..uifi I inn t.jiiuii trk ...v. frtllrMl ; u. l. i . room op- - l.iml iMirrv no tnis4ili't.rH nnu-- . art Mr. J. eiry fit()rt, ,cto tj1L. ,nL' posite the Jackson House, and V. I!. A. Newliuid, the company's ueiitat this Thu ""l"lu" wrath of many of the,' now tearing down the hoiiie point, informs us. Menthol (he new Const, ut.on lias ma The youngsters of this pleasurc-lov-- , to erecl , Heated itself in charging that the Curler-ing community are talking of a picnic at three Journal', opposition was born of a fear the Itrowil spring some time next week. An of he of losing the public printing. , the (emra, u We "shanction" it ' A ewwordsontUH0har,e;ac are;ilkebtefl It is 'Sijulre Hlankenship, 'Squire winch no Intel. Kent man utter,, and ",Bnnea wlth bm.k;,8. There WM foum, Collier and Constable Magee now, three dignitaries having been, ;" M to be only a small blo,e in the old Ice newly-electe- d , ,.. v.,. ... , M u- v ... I. ... i hu uoiiruT-junni.vv a n II. ildLAUii v rv.u ollicitdly sworn in Saturday. nv?v tjvllllll the public printing, desire.i none, am! livery fltable. Had it not been dicov There has been no rain here tOBpeak would accept none. erel sooner set ions consequences would of since the tirst week in April, and the The printing coimmnv which does the certainly have resulted. Cause, a "coon ground is as hot and dry as the gravel-bed- s work isowued by fourortlvegentlemeii, and a cigarette." of pandemonium. Vegetation is only one of whom has any intereHt m is beThe grand jury returned 1S1 indict- suilering greatly and (stock-wate- r the Courier-Journaments as follows. Selling Ihiuor, 71; coming scarce. The Courier Journal favors a t hane concealed weapons, ',Vt , liquor to minors, The late Stuart M. Carson, who was In the system, ami if the new Constitu; gaming, l:S; adultery. f ; breach of killed nt Branford, Fla., had his life tion is beaten will support a bill to have peace, 3: Sabbath breaking, 17; trcspaj-H- , for i"),tMX) ; and Mason .McGinnis, It done by contract. i; failing to work road, V, disturbing whose unfortunate death at Middles- One ot the few things we have found worship, A-- , . ruel treatment to a horough, was the result of u railroad at-"l" dog. 1, disonlerlvhonie. 2. assault and ident, held a policy in the Travelers'! public t.r.nt.ug. Ia.es to b mahnous shooting and Accident Insurance Co. for !,000. there, n ot because it wea?.ng. 1; petit --The aveiage "coon" has a mighty, wolin;lin,, IaK-.7 . . . . because some of the strategists thought, . t .. 1 ; ui me vueeu a i....i:i. --'; laise pretences. i.ugnau. .. robbery, i'wr in,,....,! larceny, , . ....I- v- II WUUIII flllUllll) IIIV lw. ..rillM,. tUla niVR llui.l K.u (,'nill to ll..u .. .iaK i.. in !....... iy.n. 1. I'.ISI.H. "i.v .U Illlirillr and was voted for by many with a dis John Anderson and Jack Uover are Mr. D. B. Kdmiston for a situation as honest purpose of asserting that the op- breaking rock on our streets, the first waiter at the springs this season starts long beposition of the Courier-Journa- l, mentioned being charged with petit lar- out by saying. "I denonce myself as a fore developed, was due to that provision. ceny and the latter with gambling. The fus clas wnyter," Ac. And we will bet Kqually dishonest and equally harmtlrst day they were on the streets, Mon- too that he's "ges so." less is the charge that the opposition to John Buchanan, Jr., of the Louisday, they would'nt work, but Tuesday the Constitution is due to corporate afternoon they put in time all right. John ville Times, spent Sunday at r.lmwood Mrs. W. M. Anderson had stole an overcoat and with the home-folkIt is due to an unpurchasable public o'Bryau and Mrs. W. B. Burke.of Junchicked because he was not sentenced to opinion the penitentiary instead of the streets, tion City, are the guests of their father, It is due to the ignorance, selrlshness as hv says he Copt. V. . Diliion. "Aunf Katie wanted to leatn a trade. manifest in every and double-dealin- g Jerry Stnutill, of Clay co., accom- Leorge, a very elderly lady, ii in from Hcctiou of the new Constitution panied bv u daughter of Levi Abner, Knox county to visit Mrs. C. A. Hedd, It is due to the favor shwn existing came to Loudon Saturday, od their way -r. corjorations and the obstacles to the Weht or some The wo.ks of the South Florida other point to get married. formation of competitive organizations. They sold a horse to Milas Stanifer, who Phosphate Company at Liverpool, Fla. It is due to the utterances in the con in James, of this place, turn sold it to U. M. Jackson, who in which Mr. J. vention ol US noiesi memiiers ..I . .. ..I...I : . ., !. !.. t. is one of the heaviest stockholders, was ti "' v,l,rK """'" "11" ":, ", It is due totheendless litigation which Levi Abner ca.no destroyed by tire last week, entailing a dnesday new Constitution makes inevitable. the No insurance. The come in quest of his daughter and his loss of It is due to the fact that while rednc- pany will at once rebuild the plant and hich the daughter rode oil. 1.000 it ing Mate revenue from banks .,.. Mr. Abner got a writ of deliver and is inciease its capacity, which at the time ndled to the tax list fi0.0"HMHH)nimte now after his horse and will let the of the blaze was 100 tons per day. of the household ellects and the ngncui- A fellow calling himself itond and . ....... " '" I f H- ,- f.irnw.rs. Steve Jackson was working in the claiming to be a Farmers Alliance man, It istlue to the silei.e of the demo l l.l .1 rr t t. l f... ..!... .,...1... i. . !..... I.. .... .I:........ I...... ' ncr.Uic partv and the indorsement ol tl.e nights ago, he found nobody wiring when a young man named Bee Mullius , ,, in and stole a watch from the to pay the initiation fee of 25 cents to due'ton grow ing conviction thst It is of Stevt' 8 Vli, Meve ot 0,,t ft become bis proselyte. At Holdam's , HirniiL-es- t members of Pcket nn nf t.1 Mill, however, he made a better impies- irirrant (if viku tr I urn. I n h.I convention is perfunctory and half- niniuiii wi niir.ii, lununnt nun luuiiu the sion, organizing au Alliance Club of accu-e- d hearted, and lurther to the fact that, him at Altatnont, arrested and him of having it. Bee denied having it, seven members. fearing to develop internal opposition, The report of supt. McCIary for but finally went back to East Bernstadt no resolution requiring the members to and showed where he had left it in a Wl shows that there are in Lincoln sign the Constitution was ollered in the brush pile. He was brought befo.e (county 02 white school districts, with convention. Judge Canifax and in default of 5250 4,lv enrolled pupils, 2,210 of which are These elements of distrust grow in bond was to jail to await the action ' mule and 2,2 12 are female; and 17 colored nower daily, inev are sirengiiieneu, districts, with 1.557 pupils. Last year of the grand jury in November. not weakened, by the billingsgate utter-- 1 reu i.ou- auu me dare oppose the' -- Oscar Smith, n former drummer for'1"- - w"m,,! od against men who the Constitution and the Public Printing. l, Every editor or speaker who cate mo new tonsm.um. ...,. ,.,.,... -- Cort Brown ,,, fup - N- - h A . ,V-.- - 1 ( j ..-,..- ' .... . The first year of the first republic administration of fiscal affairs in the history of Lincoln county bus jnnt ended Their books have just been adjusted and the yearly account stated. It will be instructive to that class of people w ho foot the bills to enquire how this party has kept Its loud mouthed professions of econmy and reform, and how ita methods compare with "the extra VHgince and mismanagement" of the democrats, about which we ore hearing ho much nowa-day- a from certain disinterested patriots. From the minutes of thu court of claims, controlled by our republican friends, it appears that the expended of the county for the vear ending Oct 1, 1S03, amounted to the sum of f J 1U)Q This is the highest expense account w hive ever had to nettle Tnke the pre ceding five years to go back no further, for comparison. The claims allowed for 1801. tI2!)10S0 1 1 1 " " R H. PLEASANTS. Man " " " " " " " " 18i)3, 1S02. S7.-7'J- O J 007 i)0 ISM. IS'Jl), 11,001 17 10 0S7 0S ' hr'r il :? ,, Another Lincoln Bordering Total for five years under ,.iji,.... t,i,a.. Years. Kobert Harvey I'leaeanK who ji heads this article, was born in land county, Va., Sept. 10, ISO;!, qtiently he will soon be 6S years When he wii3 four years old his i moved to Kentucky and located : Orchard, where they kept hotel. j ears and then moved to a fan miles west. The youth of the sufi this sketch was spent on this fai was without especial event till h riage to Miss Nancy Chandler, KM. The lesult of this union wjjl children, all of whom are still li In 1S53 his wife died, and dun following year he wooed and woi Amelia M. Abraham. Tiev we ried und raised two children, wfl both living. Mr. I'leasants' father, Ed wan: ants, was born in 170o, and was Oct. 0. 17(H), to Miss Lucy Huml. result of the union being six s I one daughter. . Since IMS, Mr. Pleasants has J member of the Baptist church, . led an honest and upright li health is good and he is able J around right lively, but in the xl tu re of things it can not be long lien,, he is called to the reward of a well spent I j l. c "'''"7'" ... belonyh,! ,"", "",' .,:.. -,; .' I , f.-,- I I democratic magistrates. 150,235.05 Divide this b five the rmiiibfiol )esrs anil we have the average riiiuisI hiiki diture8 for county purposes at $11,251. Here then we have an inctesse in cminlx expenses of $2,045 Oilie rs sa'aries Iihvc been no larger, the paupers have been no tietter cared for, the rosds have been no more effectively worked; Indeed, there is much complaint that they have not been worked so well There has certainly then been no better service rendered, and yet it has cost us 21 per cent more, and that too in the first blushing honeymoon of the new Era of Honesty and Reform. If we get this result in the green what may we expect in the dry? If our taxes are increased at ttds rate in one county, and under our very noses, let us seriously ask ourselves what this party will do if it should get control of the whole State. Another instructive fact is disclosed by the minutes of this reform court. The poor house of the county is annually let to the lowest bidder who is at the same time a suitable person to take charge of our unfortunates. There were two bidders for the ensuing vear. One, a gen -- has never shown any marked ability m afla.rs. the conduct, at least, of lis The other was a lady, and therefore not a voter, who was born and renred in the cmnty, who had held the position for a number of years, and had discharged its duties with such admirable Hilcieiicy, tart and kindness as to challenge the hesrtiest praise of everbody in tie county The Est Tenneen can's bid was for children hih! J4S each for grown persons. The li'dy's bid was i21 each 'or children and i sch for adults The place was given to the gentleman from Tennessee. It is cree even than it loohs The records of this very court how thst the prooortion of adults to children received annually nt the for a long number of years has been exactly two to one two grown persons lor oi e child. So that the gentleman from Eist Tennessee, whi'e siving to the one dol'ar on one child, Mill from his pocket IS extra for two take adults all in the interest of economy, honesty and reform. TlieM we beg you to believe, are not "campaign liee." They are cold facts taken from thu records of the county clerk's ofliee which you can see for yourselves at any time. You did not, haviDg Borne knowledge of tin iinn nature, expect our republican friends to do much or any better than the democrats But did you expect them, vith a new broom too, to do eo very much woisi? The tendencies shoivn here are worthy They of your gravest consideration. need indeed to be promptly squelched. The can only be done lawfully at the polls. Shall it bi? Tne epublican boss es sy we wont do it, tl.at we don't dare to do it, that they have us on the run, and every huugry government pap auck-e- r is girding up his loins for a raiu into pastures new, an.l every black and mu grinning latto face in the State is with insolent exultation. Think over these things , calmly, and let us hear what you think about it at the coming election. By direction of Democratic Campaign Committee. Geo. B. Cooper, Chairman. ! tleman from Eist Tennessee, h republics voter and a republican hut'er, wl o on 1 1 poor-hous- e iax-pa- er to-da- y .- ' life. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE A case of COUNTY. Thev. 11 supposed small pox is Gss-&x j Si rv at Pine Hill. ouicDecoration day was observed here by the veterans and friends. ill Has the largest and wyo fry . AllNDMa , Ttt The at Wabd, this county, will be discontinued after June loth MOST COMPLETE STOCK A new coal company will open a OF new coal field near Livingston during the summer. Consumption claimed another vic.tppe ever shown in Stanford at prices tim in the person of James M. Whiteas low as the lowest. aged :b, who passed awav Wedhead, nesday night. in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s The ladies of the Maretsburg church do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to guve a lunch supper n few nights since who can and realized a nice little sum with which send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old they purchased a carpet for the building. gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic- Mr. U. W. Pagan, Pine Hill, has deA. R. PENNY. ted and I guarantee satisfaction. clared himself au independent tepublicau candidate for the legislature agaiust J. S. Jopliu, the regular nominee. Theie is going to be a warm light- lih7- wlM tho ,oril,cr edicts of the convention. The men fa- - I'hlldelphia clothing bouse, and well- - .hhvks Within a few day the Pine Hill H the latter has with this new instrument know, known here, I notice will be taken from !,IIBent Coal Co. will have their tunnel cut thro' htw-e- d 10. that it cloaks iiiniiv evil designs and Louisville to Hart county, on a charge of -- T,int the hill. They will then have the best Milwl, legislation for fa- - forgery. He claimed that his tirm had! contains much special drained and ventilated mine ou Knox-vill- e "MODEL GROCERY" -- wonderfully-constructed arfully-an- d failed and he not knowing anything voritcs. Division, requiring ui pumps or lIon- r'outaine F. Bobbitt, has Believing its adoption would work about it, had continued to make" notes i:t'mU3' superintendent of tlie fans for drainage or ventilation. endless mischief, imperii the best inter- - against them. The facts are that he had 1k,(MI Our village will likely put on a more vstri of the people, retard the growth of been hero and other parts of Eastern Christian Sunday School here, and will, busines-likair during the next few State, and involve all of our atlairn Kentucky and conducted himself in such we ari to,l, "Ppenr Sunday morning in the in inextricable confusion, a number of a way tliat when ho returned to this ,,i8 sacerdotal vestment to ollictate in mouths. Laud has been purchased here t'lMitleinen have asked for a conference nlace the firm h.. u.i uorL-in.- . fnr 1....1 that capacity. A new role is tins hi for a big lime kiln and brick yard pur10. i,j trunks taken away frmn him and re- - ',m, for tl,e l10"0'1' i'onU; and in it he poses; a saw mill will be set a short disnt Lexington. It will be held June Cheese. n twithstanding the rage of the heathen. turned. He had some trouble over n 'seems to be incrting the general order tance North of town and prospects for a world' do.en or more buildings going up if the r nowadays the bogus chock a few years ago. but upon rof r ' Logans Creek and Dlx River. it otf, got away without prosecu- - vUoia sees a politician quitting the new addition are llattenug. Boring on paying poo' ' jwimcs 10 name in tne a new artesian well shortly be begun in Lamps, Glass- - and Oueensware, Tin- - and Woodenware, Fruit Jars, -I- 'res. Miller has added much to mr, ttou. He is a native of Lehauou, and White's addition. Jelly Glasses, &c. pike, by spreading a thick coat of gravel. though a young man, is a tolerable slick , lidt"esiian waters ot religion. Saul is Mr. Win. Mcljuerry is on a business one. indeed among the prophets; and may' Mr. Tom Moore, of the Camp Dick . .. ..!.. -.- IIm.I ..iuu, ui D...I l.. l HuiMiuiii-- , ...i. miiimi . ,S atftr )t established, ids tribe "I trip to Iowa. Mr. I). T. Lamb, of Piue M., . . uy ..in I,. Robinson neighborhood, was here the John Minki was in attendance at our m.abe, and liis ways be ways of 10 living children. Mr. Ed Hill has J N.MEXEKKE tlrst of the week. court as a witness in the Ben Untness and all his paths be paths of Reppeit, of Cincinnati, and his brother A.C. Sl.NE. The Cave Hill Academy, which is Martin case. He succeeded in making peace! Selah. William, of Washington, were here dur-inbeing built by (leorge Logan, on the the acquaintance of a yoitug school miss tiie last week. Mr. John Hunt, of tancaster pike, is approaching coiuple-- ' who waa boarding here, and from whom GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS. Rowland, was here during the week. John is an enterprising boy and bus i a Week's Board Free G. (ioocb lie obtained a promise of marriage. lie v l.nmd.t nf hn.l brass enough to ask her father for The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. I propose to give a week's board and fought his way against adverse circumseveral heifers nt S7.50. Sam Dudderar L'r ulu "IB ,a,luer' a spectabie "men, all the benefits and pleasures to be de- stances. He has recently started u liv-- . sold to Mike Elklu 22 nice fat hogs at , having learned his reputation and that SASH, .j, L.ent8 rived from a visit to my springs to the ery stable at Rowland and deserves sue-- LUMBER, ho VM Ktxdy married, ijave him n flat DOORS, C. has added to the road a me the greatest number cess. Mr. J. B. Fish and wife are here lady who sends TheK. refll8al nml took his JaKUter home, of BLINDS, words formed from the letters con- from Piueville. Mr. B. P. Martin and Htock train, which will leave Rowland lieartl of ,l aml threatened to have l tained iu the three words, Green Briar wife, of Lily, are here. Mr. M. will Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. nt 13 o'clock on Tuesdays ami Saturdays " " the irl or uavo l,loml' when the fatl Springs. Words must hearrauged alpha- cate at Rowland and enter the mercan-for Cincinnati. AXTD He couldn't give betically and numbered and sent in by tile business. Mr. J. A. Stewart and 10 , hluI "lm arrested. -- M ro. William Perkiua had some IiIj uSf.k urtk iti frMi IaT We carry a full stock of everything found in a iiviu yu4uuv4 Iloi tt aitu uio or 12 of her friends to dine with her the j bott aml beKwl s0 hard that e sheritl' the 4th of July, at which time the lucky 114IU knf j ait "" e '"" a uaru- - 'ir' oveioce. person's name will be announced. Don't father who is seriously ill. B. F. Salvers -day, an.l the guests report a pleas-other Vane took him to his room with him forget that Green Briar Springs opens died at Pine Hill aged 00. Judge G." W. nnt time and au excellent dinner. Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract C. M. Spoonamore sold to I). X. nnd not expecting an attempt to escape on Saturday, June 13th, with a grand McClure was in Frankfort during the' SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. or building. Prewitt Tuesday 'M lambs at 4 per head waa soon iu the anus of Morpheus, but picnic, to which everybody is invited. week. and engaged to Booth Thompson, of probably thought he waa in the arms of The Town House will open on Monday, The Navy Department Tuesday Garrard, his hoga, to be delivered first Mize, Tpon awakirlg our friend, Vane, the loth of June, and there will be a found that Mize was gone with the grand ball and picnic, nt Green Briar on opened the proposals for the building of! of July at 4 cents. shadows of night. He will probably not the cruiser No. 13. The vessel, as deMrs. K. B. Beazley and sister, Mrs. be n witness in Martin's caseuoxt court. Saturday, July 4th. signed, is to make -- - knots an hour, a have been visiting their Respectfully, W. 0. Cheuault, speed excelling that of any ship atloat. D. G. Slalt.utkh. father, Mr. Morgan Hudson, in Garrard. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Having Removed My Stock The bid of Cramp & Sons, $2,445,000, Anion left last week to prac- Dr. Jesse The marriage of Miss Elaine Good- tire in the United was the lowest. The losses by tice hia profession in Belle county, prob Encampments will be held during our correspond ale to Eastman, the Sioux Indian, who States from January 1 to May 15 are conably at Middlesboro. week from a throe- - was graduated from Dartmouth College servatively estimate!' as aggregating the present Btiuimer of the three ont returned last of the Kentucky State Guard as week's visit to Tnylorsville, Shelby ville, and the Boston University School of over $50,000,000, at which rate the loss auu iihiiuusuuik. h. Medicine, will take place Juno 15. for for 1S01, the calculation being baaed follows; The First Regiment at Mamvia of J. 0. Gilkeraon,here Winchester, is Air. Friends of Mrs. EllenSaundershave upon the monthly figures of previous moth Cave, from 'J 1st to2Sthof June; the this week. iti.. r..lntlves received invitations from Mr. and Mrs. years, may be expected to exceed Third Regiment at Mammoth Cave, or Back to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can John Gabbard spent last week with relother convenient point, during the lat- sell you goods Cheaper than ever beforeat Kingston, Madison county. Joe McJames, to her marriage at Cotley-villatives All kinds of produce taken Mr. Bright Herron, of Garrard, waa here Kansas, June 10, to Dr. Jease ter part of July; the Second Regiment The rebellion at Little Miss Hueatus, ofColutnbla, exchange. Wednesday oa" business 0., where they Hayti, haa been suppressed and 40 of the at Frankfort during the laat week iu tn Bessie Yantis, of Garrard, ia visiting her will make their home after the 20th. August, breaking camp on September 2. rebels have lost their heads. aunt, Mrs. J. A. Dudderar. - - !.:.. " ii''itmiiWMU riiMllmiiwu "' -- z. J'e. post-ollic- e , "Kwi WSmisiSm . t. MATE! lgfA. '"vtfrr? Fil-- R. Penny ' . " I Watches and Jewelry .!. , 11 j - ar ! ! Go to A. A. WARREN'S Meats, ny - myriail-inindei- l, j e For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Bice, Picldes, Preserves and Jams; tl'4. ; ''' i i . . 1 . ......... in-bi- g ..I , . plena-circu- it g ni..a Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, i FLOORING, CEILING, SIDING, lo-- 1 1 ae nl WOVEN WIHE SLA.T FS1TCJL FIRST CX.ASS X.TXMBER YARD. ! I REMOVED. tions, Etc., - J J regi-meut- a Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, no- 0. e, Port-au-Princ- e, i :b. :f. bout. r ''f-- T'"y ..',.niiy,i. ,ijnEBSSMnMisMabaUiM.. "1HV ty-"ti- - k . j ii V iit"JiiijjuM ? '. uii) ijumwrawwaga' iit-- r Tyyaaai ana imn&iF? i$ A tiLf) hjy Incident which caused much I hve finished my new Sw Mill on the Somer-luent and set every hotly talking pike. 7 ml Ir mm bt.infoid nd am prepared Hi in tho court room on n recent tofiunUh anvllnd of M'MIIKK, hlUNCI.KS. ,at I.OW'ESl PKICIi will veil the Inm John Williams, who had ton. bemt the mill or deliver, to tuit urrhaert. Give largetl on several indictments for me a trial Pavtnliicc, MAY WOOD, KV ry, felonious entry, larceuy, etc., will neuver jweu intviiint vtnn2lei at hl.ui-- ' ford or Howl.ind it i i$ per M .3 decided not guilty on all hut y A 8 HAS TIN iitlictmeuts, pleaded guilty on the tient for latceny. Dunm; tho day pr was otlereu in testimony, it claimed that the prisoner had I devire to veil my larm ot a'xmt v i ret, villi ho bird. ated ahout i4 mile noti'i of it.nl ml oti th this rooster, liko any other senHuvh Itranli pike, pp"itt itve Mchuiih fherr , nt uliout vii 4' rev 1" Wim the halancr rd, kept its mouth shut and bo- of the farm well ei tun ithv dwelling very nicely indeed during the rf four loomwnl liuhrn mil plrtitht new 'urn. Ii well rtittn ud fe. ed P ieion can But when Judge Bittemrer called he civeii imrnedutii)'. ptiti uliri, tfv J. P Miner up aud passed Rentence upon llailcy, Stanfor I, r wr.ie Hie iui.lrf.uned at Cincinnati, OM i WIlllhRS. o rooster could contain himself no and from within his basket pris. f ts came a crow of delight and A iretm of Urtar r,-- Ipewjer II .h' alcvt I b doiitn ' Tho effect was rather etart-- i all in leavening KIGS1NS1 HOM&CPATHIC Ml well ns amusing. The crowd ment Kood Report ?d with suppressed merriment, Curecut. tiriiiio. old mire Vm dne.net, n tho stern judge was noticed to cornt, bunion, pile., (ittula .ratihet halter burnt, dew poiionand bruivev Wherever it hat is countenance a little. I lie mor- been uted it ht given wonderful itil.irtnn and at length subsided and the rooster Lot on Main Street in Stanlord itt prnpenvitv tor rriMsviiK torero it reuiaila. ble. Numerout lnlimtiialt wilt b iev urrd and ed u dandy. But that historic will appear in thl (pace at t later date Made Id not yet fully demonstrated Cnntatnir t his and mmM b ywivr J II 1IIC.I.1NS Mvnford.Ky. latiou of the circumstances to his erm. eav T R WAl.TOV, Stanford. tisfactiou. lams was afterward called up to I sentence on another indictment, NATIONAL BANK unsuspecting peoplo were again electrified by hearing another . In the orpotale In- ilt r' OK STANFORD. h. crow from tho rooster. That bird I II idently glad that the prisoner was in TisT ,'ed and wanted it understood too. (Pa.) Daily. Capital Stock-Surplu1 I 1 1 41-i- Justice Loving Uoontnr. Bastin's Saw Mill. et TZVTEI.I. BORINTG t- I am well preptred to bore well and will do work in a koimI in inner ami prnmptlt V At One Dollar a Foot. Call "ti or .lit a.Ureit me at Stanlord, I., r SMllli Kentu ki Farm For Sals. i . Kentucky Central H.R. "JlLl'IO (SHAMS IIUI'TH.. South-WoH- I ' i ,f -, t,-o- d POWDER 1 11c I lr The 31tortent nml QulckoHt Ri uto frc a Coutrul Kontuclcy to ivllpolntuKort t Kust, WuBt tvnd Far lMnobotwoon Loxlnjjton tvntl Clnc'.-nntl. Absolutely Puro TllKOli.ll'lRlNCINCINA DI.K-HOROl- nnd J KI I ex-i- I Wa II TO Mil) K 1. SCIIKDUl.KINKFKF.CT MAI No South-Houn- ,11 I St. Sun. Daily m S FOB, SALS! K I. ve Cincinnati I.ve Covinjlcm I.ve Falmouth.. Arr I'arit Arr Arr Arr Arr I.ve Arr I.ve . . Art l.ettnston. I.ve I'ant l.ancavter- . 8 10 a in 8 in p $ IS a m ol p 45 9 16 p 11 15 a m iu j 10 p m 11 ki p am m . O p T m J o p n m 6 m 7 11'pa p ra 1 ii i I 1 .. p p - i For Salo 1 Winchester... Richmond.. -. lit) 1 1 FIRST Twenty liuildinj; Lots ' Stanford.. Kichmnnd . . I.iviHiltvn. Middlethoro HI tioji 15 7 a in, ih p m! s p m P m m P m . 6 ... IS 5 . 7 vv tp II ji Ti js p w )S ....7 ... P m . Noitb-- icnd. Wo. 4. No. " 1. so. ' : s .8200,000 16,500 fry rri jOfl--- ... .. imamammm&r& - - . THE London, ,d. RILEY HOUSE, Kentucky. P. B. RILEY.JProprlotor, I have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good I.ivery attached and every convenience de Give. ne a call. R1LEV. rRAN-- How loru tlius must l liincuUU? (I've lathered you enough.) Your treatment enures nntndsb. (Tho razor's a bit nitigli.) M) heart ami soul nre thine, tlear: (I'll hate to tako jour noe.) Oh! will j ou not bo mine, ilinir? (Here, boy, Just brush these clothes.) I've wealth nml I've a title; (We Bro allowetl tio feo.) Where shall I flntl rcrjultnl? (l'.iy at the counter, please.) liled.l Doctor. numerous friends of Dr. Irving S. I in this region will ho glad to hat his name appears in tho ofli- jiouucement of the spring session nedical department of tho Uni-o- f Xew York as demonstrator of y, and that he is engaged to do- o lecture each week during the ourse. Dr. Haynes comes right- r Ins aptitude for the medical pro- His father. Dr. Samuel Haynes, tao, needs no introduction to the bf this section, having establish- good medical reputation many Hgo; his uncle, Dr. Thomas S. I, of LaccHle, has long been en- in the practice of medicine, g in tho front ranks of his pro- in tho province of Quebec; his Uher, tho lato Dr. Thomas i, practiced medicine successfully nton and Westford, Vt for over ears, and his Tliomas Haynes, of v General Amherst's army !Dr. of Fort Ticonderoga m nial French war of 175S, and a . nnriis ltipimiriitiilnm nt tlmt- wnr liv i j . t tt liiuni.is i in ni's, cvii., is now i.. in ui. mi.- naynes, of the possession of Dr. Samuel Saranac. Plattsburg Republican. A I. one; I. Inn of great-great-gran- I. M. 1IKVCIS, AND FEED Arr Rn hittond I.ve Stanford . I.ve I.ivtntton I.ve Mtildlettioro . ii 11 15 (: a in a in a at LIVER!, tietiti(n of the public It invited to 'he fa,t that Ihtt It the only.. National Hank in IIManf rii . ... t .L- - V.. L. nier inc pruv isiunt 01 mc i, ..dunnJi iijiik drpotiton are secured not onlv bv the capital b an ll.ibililv lur the ttiickholder ttiK k. hut aril' UIll ciuai (O inc tlucK, inai urpunuti 11 thit inttltution are tecured bv a fund of $i,ox Tile I.WC III HtlflilVllia ' .Of LI'HUIIIVH VI ! ..... are male each ) ear to the I lilted Statet gov cm-- j mem and ittattctt arc examined at tated timet by Rovernmetit agent, thut tiKUring additllonal and perfect tafcty to depoviloit 1 hit iliititutiou, oriKinally ettablithed at the, iiicd icnxn Iiepovii iwni. 01 jianiora in ied at the National Hand, ot Stanford 111 1115 and Hjain re organiiedat the I'irt National Dank of hat had practically an umiitcr- Stantiird in It it better mpplied rupted exittenceof it )ear now with facilities fortraiiiactnujbutinewiprumpl ... ... C t 1.1n,..l 1. .I1. ....I IV aiiu uucr.111) .C.. cC'i wsiwie l.a ii iw6 aiiu liirtii in honorable areer Arcount of corporation, (irmt and Individualt retpcctfull toileted I he Directory id thit lUnV. 11 comtwHed 01 r I Kotter, of Stanford; feret'ut Reid. Lincoln count) ; J V. Ilayden, Stanford; S. II Itauithman, Lincoln; M. I Miller, Mt Veiaott: S 1 llarnt MucoIh: SALE S7ASLE, I.anatlr I.e Kichniond. Arr ,w I . I ; no ant ,f Vt1J ci Iff iS - - ... I t. STAN'riiJ,,cK SI'KriI traveler Onlv rtrt- - a.lUN-.- ' lloite ami Mjruri.L i it ., ! .1-- it-.- . I tlet llvnn t ur.. . aj.l iu I.ve Kirhnionti. Arr Wine better Arr I'arit I.ve l.itu;lon I.ve I'arit . ... I. v. amiouth Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati lie 4" p ; 4; a m i 1 m it I ao 4j p ki 7 5j a r. i at ji t 1 p r a m c. 1 10 p hi, ) m ra to 5 4 I "i j yo p mliB 55 a mi ( t u r- Ut 11 l p m n m j a in 1 n inn 4 f j 4 j; , ia. . iii, !.. v, J. S Mocker Stanfjtd; 1. t.ackev, i.moin I l Hill. Stanlord a ' W (. Welch, V 1" OfFllrRb J S If .ker, J hn J M Kt -- late M.nfird Stanford. .. s A V McKinnev, rtt Catl. ' Atji.t.nt Catli er ' A I.lv corre-ponde- nt hit; Dynamo. London Herald. l'reser Inn tli l'n.tce. "Which of these two feller hez got the worst of it?" demanded tho policeman sternly of a bystander who had the light. P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. "One is about as bloody as the other," answered the man, "but tho chap witli tho worst his hair full of mud is a taken charge ot thit I hive recently it at sreient hi;h i...i f.n. intnil keemnir given its the traveling used up." to standard. Special attention And the brave guardian of the public i jfalic. peace swooped down liko an avenging spirit on the doomed man with tho First-Clas- s muddy hair, and marched him off to Alio In connection the calaboose. Chicago Tribune. MASTERS HOUSE, n wit-ne.vsc- d ht-a- I , in New London, A Conn., sends out this remarkable story: George Rood, of Westerly, R. I., was struck by lightning, and after recovering cousciousuens it was found that his body was full of electricity. He is now able to sit up, but his body isso highly charged with electric fluid that when he puts his hands within a certain distance of each other sparks will jump from one to tho other with a loud, crackling noise, and when tho hands touch they can bo only by the most violent rubbing. His feet are in tho hame condition, and he has to bo careful to keep them apart. A person touching him receives a slight shock, nml if ho touches a watch ho magnetizes it completely. Many people visit him to witness the curious manifestation of electricity's wonderful nnwr sej-nrated TAR 01 D TUB C.RCAT HOL EIIOLD RHMFDY rOIl SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, On ine Mayille Hrmnch, No . leavet I'arit a p m, arriving at at ? te, a at and No. Mayttille at le I", a nt, and a , p m Ni leavet Maytvtlle at 3 o a nt, arriving at Pant a" No 11 leavet Maiivillt at 150 as! 7 40, a m arrivet at I'arit at 4 10, i m Thete traint ai OF STANFORD. KY . dally exept No 1, dallt lu alt pointt ctrcpt It now fully organued and ready lot bumc with ioa. which ittlail rtcept Sunday Rowland Div . No runt dallj trom I.pviniaei tuLmtinnati No. runt dail) -up Capital of S200.000. No v runt daily from all ttationt etcp t Divwion, . - - 15,000. Rowlanddail) etcept which it daily ctcept und . Sunday No N briwmn C innnnali and I.etingl 4 daiiv No 41 I'.ri and I etingturi Areommodtticn I bUCCKSSOU to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL I) I.aave. Letington 10 00 a. nt Arnttt I'ai HANK OK ! IAN FORD. 3 at No J Falmoul! Ai cmtmndatton , Iflii (Now clowns up) with the tame attelv and under nati5 10 p m Arrive lalntcuth 701pm la y manajeeaent the etcept Sundav, lly provitiottt f itt chatter, 4pMtnr ate ai No 7 I,4Mtt lalrtMMith t 00a m. Arrivet fully pro tii led at aie dpoirrrt in National cmnali r 55 a m dail) except Sunday Banc.!, ii tnaicnoioeiii; nia inaivrauiiir No. a and 6 make 041 loot at Wimc heller ' Iwhle to the extent ol the amount of their ttock potntt on the N. N A M V R'y. H. D par value thcirot, in addition to the thereto at the No. t cairiet through ear. from Cinrmnat.i amount invetrd in tnch tharv. It may act at MaidUtboroittth and Cuntrwrland t,ap and a caccutor. adroinwtrator, traioe. Ac, at fully at lrmdiaie tiatton. and runt dail) an individual W. I. M UN.SON, rav Patt. Agt , Cmemnat To thiM who enlrntied their buttvneit to hi S U KN1 I, C P AT.MoRh. (Ii-while mnaaiBK the Lincoln National Hook ol Traific Maoa(er. Pan Ar Stanford, w we hei tender emr manr thank and (Svreial tiiht. Loultville, K) I Pan g'r Aji S F H MOKM-they will continue to transact thetr buMoetv trutt t.en with oli.itn; at a (iuimik for prompt atten- Orti t ' iinVr ol I miueri e I'mlding C incl" 3 year.' epernoee in tion to aantr. otir ' ankin and at libricl accowMOdaUoat at air with tottnd bankm; Farmers Bank& Trust Co. i, lie 1 Paid Snrplus, , (nr uat d 1 ni 1 n u, . ttv t cor-tittei- it IMHkcroKv J b J. tobry, SttMatWd ,1 ,TX. J U. I.ynn, StMfoni; U'llHamt, Mt VerooB, J. M Hnil.Slnnlnrel; J.S. Owt't)', attfortl J J ,, WTit-mff- l fry a t nt. sfaa.T8geI kofl'-.ll.i- "M!FIr.eCRF i. rt A. W, Carnotttor. Jil4a;evri. J. K. rtmi;lMivn, Hutlonvil.c, m li H j SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. K. WiUuMn Otfi, Stauafotd B. , Cooch, Stanford. Ky Owt.e) .Ca.hier R PRICE box and liook. .Send DO CENTS. stamps for free eaanlo S. 11. SltanV. Pieaidettt throe two-cc- .W M r.njht. Teller 14I1 j II Ita vi t.i .. Keepe' TAR:(JIDiOAP ABSOLUTELY PURE, FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH.1 AND NURSERY PURPOSES. "? Making dim t I t umnci ti n put for in, Central tv o' 'e t Sample Room n.. Detimt, Mu (iijm I'on 'a. Itidianaf Clevand. ' andtleWctt, Chna.,1 Hi,' a 5, Pool and Billiard Parlors, CARRIAGE PAINTING. Having painter, d TAPwOID ( CO., R. I'tuny Chicago, 1 id 111; 1 New I New York, - j The Doctor of tint I'utiire. (At the telephone) "Are you there?" "Well, what is it?" "Is that von, doctor?" "Ye.-,.-" I the serwee of a tirt- - Inst am u w prepared ti do all lind- - rar-riH- Sunf fortalehyA r.l M. I. It rne, 11. li . tv 11 i ih , tin" '( Ita tun re, r rr 1. Itostoii, tt ', , Repairing and Repainting, Of carnages in d ij IMA '! et line Sh f'yikl in-- i'tli a t I ri Kv a i i-- " O . I "I don't feel well." ' "Cough into the receiver." "Hum! Hum! Hum!" "No iminediKte danger, Take some Keep your chloride lozenges. I'll bo round to see self warm. you directly." "Thanks." Cmirrier do laSemaiue. Itlv.iliy ItetHffii tli l'mullles. Has ye heered dat my son 'Rastus tuck a premium at de school 'zamination? Sam Johiising Jess quit braggin' about your son 'Rastus take premium. Didn't my pig get de blue ribbon at de county fair? Texas Sittings. ll ujS'es t.ive n i a till VM IMLtillhKM I OT.W '(DBirrJilAVKvj . 1 WHSt ' TO WHOM IT m MBA Ahd- - Ii CREAM ?i Extract. ! II. FAK3IER, TONSORIAL ARTIST, K. SI I lrain, ' '.r.t ear., iniil njj art a ti Boudoir hlcvtver. tl i.jh mi' t'ul Kirminirl in , tr via Chilian oulihi'ie direct onue oa,urn r Kn 1 Itn Mutkinf S. 'id cutche 11 viilc, A.hcville, I T'u hi urj; and p.niiK it li I it' Roller OF SPECIEL ISTEREST Mr . Jim Webster -t- -"' fcp m 5 Shippers of Uvc Slock. Oflue of the Cincinnati Union Stock .inl Co 14. VNrORD, KrMl CKY, ati Par'nrr '''I'lp rn Mam lrei-t- , op-(- . it 1'irtiiiai Hoi e and liiv tct a Mure .if your t - . -- . ..., ti. rr , i 4H..IIUUICM Pr nipt attention 10 .ttttnle allt and Inn,ci Criarletl.iH, ,,r fiuni., ciimmuui, airun.ige AugutU, Macon, unni", Work 10 adift aud thildree atterti ,1'tn ihc tcbl tljlr with neaineaa and ell-fj- i Hriniwul,, l.aVe Cil) , ThowatwIU and I I. OKI 11 c 1C ..llll cm SJ 1 he milv line runttink; Mlid traint with choi e P; llman frVjudoir or Palace Slevpmir Cart to t k tnille wiihin.t iliaiije lor an iL.ioi it n i.rti i i.ii...... i 11 111 HH- mu- s ' r : I c;- - CREAM Extract IS OUR BEST FLOUR, ANTER' MACIC CINCINNATI, MAV it9' W 3 rt j Gs5 " Very I.lltli) .Sonietlinni. Harry Did yon see that fine looking young woman? Stunning, eh, old boy? Did you see her look back at mo after we'd passed? George Yes. They say it doesn't take At a hmmjUwc; ot the Ilojnl of Director held thi day, the following resolution wtu unanimously adopted BUT EITHER G mil GOLD MEDAL, IDOL-KING CHOLERA CURE! s j much to turn a woman's head. Boston 1 Transcript. A SiicceHtlon, Lowestan, '92, walks impudently up, That on and after Monday, May 18, 1891, there will be no charge made for yardage and weighing on any live stock sold at these yards. Ily order of the Itoanl. II 'ittcn, Anttin, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only thiotigh line to lucLmn and l Ltbur j, Mitt. SlrtieiKit I. a., makiu direct roiinertionl without mniithiit trantfer tor I) illat Fort Worth, Auttin.ban Antonia, H Pato and poiutiiti i(iiinry, Huhlvville, De it r, H reli c Meiaphu and Alt k NSAS iii tt S. rtnvt and Ui Lst t Anmiti.n. Selm 1, M. hile Untrt conne unnt mile nt NI.W OR-- I KAN'S ttitlim "mi ilu tr iiffer for tt'vlvcttis I I geror tK.J Scl ria un Mm p.ei ob TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. For through rale., correct county inapt and lull inlormation call on Asent.it Junction City, Kv HtANK V WOOI.LEV, oraddrett Tmv Patt Ai;t , Lexington, Kv I) 1;, HOWARDS, C.C. IiARVKV (J. P. A T A Vice Pretiuent, Cincinnati, O SILVER MOON. IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR THE MONEY. 'C 99kiiA CL.2 O) 1 If you desire n vacuum under that hat, Mr. Lowestan, you hud better put it on. Yale Record. Professor Ill Advantage. Maud No girl could have refused him if he had proposed to her as sweetly as ho proposed to me. Mary But you must remember, dear, that ho 1ms had a great deal of experience. Munsey's Weekly. An Ktnltryu Scientist. after the rest of the division is seated, and places his hat on the air pump. it V J. MPl'lNCOTT, Prufileiit. A. G.IAM.IIAM, .IP YOU ARE CJOIW; KTORTK Thousands of dollars worth of chick or laTEST, John j. cattleman THE 0)) tOUISVnil WWAlBlUCWICAM ... .TO . RT'.(&- -. ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BA11BEE&0ASTLEMAN MANAGERS, em art' destroyed by Cholera every year. It U more, fatal to them than Jmt tho all other diseases combined. of a llnnld remedy that jxtfi- diM-over- Louiaviur 4 NasHvait R. R. Ahd "5, ros-WES- T And N'Osth i:i!:lyjr of mine? I suppose you've noticed his way of going to the bottom of things? Teacher Yes, I've noticed it about his classes. Life. ao Enthusiastic Father Don't you think I ought to mako a scientist of that boy I'mlij destroys tho Microbes lias been made. Half of the yoiin chickens Is the line for you, at ita Commerce Building, Louisville. Agent throughout the South a MpiMHBIVVaiP0 . taaa j 1'nll-inl'uUinau Vetibulo.l lluffet Slcepen and Uncle George! Bobbie Look Buffet Chair Car on all train thrown to English ain't no dead language, bo it? Chicaco without change. get Go via the Monon and Uncle George Not yet, Robbie, but money. Horiuiormauou auur If you had the exclusive haudliug of It it nARKER.fi P. A.. Cbicaso A., Loumilli. i Boon wou.J Boston Courier, W.O. CRUSH, D. ,.,.., I. , In Jeopardy. OS1- - - - - 7 "W. ic A. TRIBBLE, Local A?ont, STAN I l.. CM. I V. Ilavlntr removed my Barber Shop to the Com merclal Hotel, I am prbpared to accommodate ladies at well at geutlemcn in anything they may with In my line. Children alto waited oil Call "nine. JESSE THOMPSON, For tale by V. II, McRoberU, InCommercial Hotel. lord. are killed by Microbes befoio they aro fryers. A lottle Is enough for 100 chickens. It is yiiiininteed. If, after using two thirds of a bottle, yon ar not satisfied with it its a euro for Cholera, return it to tho druggist flora whom you purchased it, and lie will refund your money. drugyiit, Star Double Daily Trains Make cloie connections at I LOUISVILLE And OINOINj A.TI ' For all points. THROUC.II TICKETS SOLD. IIAGOAOR CHKCKKD THROIT.H, , For any information, enquire of J A. CARPENTER, Agent, Or Stanford, Ky. V. PENN, Trav. Pats, Agent, Tveoty Junction Cty, K miles the Shortest to VrfJ- i- ilanW iJA.. rfnnr. x a Him ,ju.-'-- a-c 4,VlirV4j Si J.J. ,