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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891060901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. HUSTONVILLE. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. .IUNEO. 1891. NO. 28 bad' Conductor Charles Ibckers was ly injuiod by CRAB ORCHARD. LANCASTER, ,, )itr v I R. II. Itronaugb wa elected school Missis I.oim and IIomm Yowell are at track tyar Cumberland Falls Station. trustee in the town district and T. Me. homo from Hrhnul at UanvilltJ. Damage suits airuregatiiiK 1220,000 Lawrence Hiowii wm cinlUed of against the L. &, N. have lce brought Holmes in the depot neighborhood. The stoi in Thursday night killed a the killing of "Bud" HIhV, u uvjero. for the approaching tortu of the court iu good work borse for Mr. Klam. This on trial for having kllliwl Hrown'M Warren county. whilst j makes the third one the old gentleman brother. All of the Southern State, except Mr. T. .1. Foster brushed thu Hour Kentucky, have iiuuleas IHwral provision has lost in the last few vveek. Thursday night there was a social from his good clothes and brought his for their ex Confederate soldier as their gatheiing at Mr. A. II. Rutin's ami a a vi.U to wife to the West Kiul for le.sourrott admit. dancing party at Mr. J. S. Roth bit wut'k. Itab-mi Herod an earthiinke,and at were well attended and the paiticipants A dispatch from Chicago report tin Verona, Mariengo and Babmlia many dmitli of .Mr. Charles WiniMte in a rail- houses were thrown down and numbers report a gay time, especially at Mr. Fish's, where the marrieJ folks tripped road collision. Mr. Winsato and wife of persons killed. the "light fantastic" as merrily as the a hut loccntly returned to Chirntro, after It takes f7l.i)i)0 a year to run the protracted visit to Mrs. W'.'a relatives in county business of Favutte, and it is youngsters. Mr. Tom Curtis, of Somerset, after Central Kentucky. raised by a tux of 77 cents on an assess- apeudiiiK a few days with his parents in Judge .Morrow adjourned court ixt ment, of j'.'ii.i.in,:. the Cedar Creek locality, returneil home Liberty to liohi a special term at Three men were killed and another for the trial of the nugtoeH who injured bv an explosion of dynamite in Monday. Capt. Roberts, the popular killed Wells nt Junction City, they linv the Chattanooga Mast Furnace, which drummer whs in town this week. Misses Fannie Redd and Jael Garner are hit: been grant! a new trial by Coutt of was badly wrecked. spending this week with their friend Appeals. The Cacey term will be reMrs. Llleti Cleary, who weighed u70 Miss Thompson at Mt. Vernon. Mr. sumed last of thin week. pounds, died at Philadelphia and it took Samuel Hardin, lucompnnied by Miss The two leetureM delivered by Hev. 12 men to carry her in tho colliu which Pauline, npeut Sunday in Danville. Hall, of Now York, were, rlret "The weighed 310 additional. Harry, the 10 vettr-olson of J. 11. Involution of n iirl," ami second "of a The .VJJ.O persons engaged in minHoy." Wo were denied the enjoyment ing in Pennsylvania put out ii7,!5:l,21ft Collior, met with a painful accident Tuesday morning. He and four other of what an appreciative hearer assured worth of con I last year. Their wages boys were riding on the ear us was a rare feast. The lectures wcte amounted totlM.HJ.UM. at I ditchings' mill, when the track gave replete with humor, patho, philosophy, Sir John McDonald, Canada's noted away, precipitating boys and car to tho religion, delivered with an ptemier, is dead after a long ilhtur. grou ml some fifteen feet below. Harry akin to inspiration. His death makes the annexation of that had his leg broken, and the others were One of the .Moreland and Liberty country to tho l'. s. possible. considerably bruised. Dr. Pettus set the coach horses dropped dead shortly nfUr Clmrlos Sheppard and Christian he had made his daily run luht TiiomIhv Fiierst were hung at Om.iha, Friday, for fractured limb, and the little fellow is now doing well. morning. The Miltrynoss of the temper-nUir- o murder. Tho former was iu a state d Last week some unknown miscredeveloping ho suddenly after a collaie when the drop fell. ants went to tho home of John upcll which demand) d a return to winter August Langlen outraged ami robbed n German living neat Mt. Olivet clothing ami overcoats, was not apprehis helpless beiicfactresa at Deuham, ciated by tho driver, ami their accustom- Mhss., and in a few hours a mob had church, ami tinding no one there but Mrs. Gangslach, proceeded to have things ed gait provwl futnl to the most valuable lauded his soul iu hell. their own way. They made indecent horse. At Suit I jike City, Sam Lid.iv in a MIm llesie .Moore has return wl to proposals to the woman and she resent-iiof jealo-skihed the man he Danville, after a protracted slay with tit them, they drew their pistols and of intimacy with bis wife, shot bur uncle, Kmuiett McCormack. A weieou the point of accomplishing their IwiuUo-mgallant of this vicinity, on u at her, killed hi child and then blew out hellihh purpoee by force, when Gangs-lacfodtflitik' hWhmI, (IkhIiwI up to the depot his ovn brains. arrived at the Iioum and theeenmps Dr. II. L. Hill, a married man at just before train time lust Saturday, at a beat a bastv ntre.it. Gangslach soys he ran oil with Mies Usxie Mars. speed which hUrtltxl the crowd with apdoes not know them and inquiry has of disaster, but th train was They were caught in bed together and faili-- to discover who they were. prehension the doctor put under arret-t- . but he gave late and John saw her safe alKwrd. CHURCH AFFAIRS We have had a sure enough ruin and bond and hkipped. rainfall in the A tromendoiis fanner have pitched in with u wfet The Presbyterian General Assembly Tex., ha wheh threatens tho demolition of the region around Austin. expressed itself against progiohsive eumany ration nld.s and sent tho clods that have so loin: murrei the ordi- chre. beauty Uo a farmer's eye,) of the Colorado river far altove its bed. Great iMry Tho Rev. Dr. Brooks having been daiiing' has resulted. orntlelds. The clod crop bus btm of approved by 27 Episcopal dioceses, is The landing of Columbus la to Iw Midi extraordinary mm and duration in New York, October 12, elected Itishop of Massachusetts. that individuals on different part of Jerusalem now has IS Christian many llelds wer as distinctively recoc l.Mfi?, by "one of the grntidot jpeniils chinches, 10hnpitate,,niul I orphanage. Kiralfy baa been uued as the dillerent animals on tho evei seen." Iinre They tile all expecting the return of tho Director General. farms. With a cIhickU the granger Some women of Peger's Station, I ml., Lord. crushes out their imlivi Iunlity ami deThe Second Christian church nt voutly hopiug to Hure in Uie I. J. 'a col- dtecitisml theniftelvtas mon, went to a Glasgow, one of the handsomest in Southtaking out thu umn of nonageHiiians iw dtvoutly prays hoiist of bad repute, and, erring women, gave them a severe whip- ern Kentucky, was dedicated by Rev. C. lie may never see the like uaiu. W. Dick, Sunday. Mr. W. II Wright ii iiiitu ill of ping in White Cap style. L'nion Theological Seminary stands The Whisky Trn.t has closed a deal pneumonia, which resulted from travelby Prof. Rriggs and declines to depose Chlcajo for the only remaining ing without an overctwt the lirctoi June, at distilleries of importance in the him from the faculty, declaring that tho n owe of rarest occurence in this climate. General Assembly's vote is illegal. Mrs. W. J. llohou ami chiUlroii, of Dan- West the Sehufeldt and the Calumet. Cumberland The Presbyterian ville, were vmiting nmir hero iast week. The price paid is said to he $2,000,000 church in Kentucky has 213 organizacash. Master "T." Uriiihtead, of Itanville, Is The L. it N. directors have decided tions, I S3 cliun h edillees with n touting visitiiik' his voting frieml, Horace Iiohon. oLiiOO, and fiijmeity of i3,:i"a), worth the capital stock from Mum Julia Mgg has returneil from her to increa 15, l.')S communicants. to iM.000,000, so as to pay for the visit to Chicago, III., much sooner than The corner stone of tho new KenKeutuckv Central and take llieL. to N.'.s nnticiKitel in consequence of the ileath tucky Wesleyian College, the removal of of the Nash-illof Mr. Winitate, whose family she wan proportion of the new stock which from Millershurg caused so much Chattanooga and St. Louis. visiting. Miss Alice Cablwll has gone says trouble, will Ik laid at Winchester toThe Harrodsbur?; Dsmos-nto CmcNgo to spend a while with her that Dale Reed, the man who shot at day with great ceremony. Hon. John aunt. Mrs. Wiugul. Young Brown will be one of the speakKentucky Statu Medical Society Conductor Winston, was fined IA0 and ers. The building is to coat :J0 days for oatrying a conImnurcil iteelf in the, election of Dr. sent to jail for Row Thomas Gailor, tho eloquent Hawkins Hrown, of Htistonville, presi- cealed weapon ami held in 200 to an- young preacher and teacher, has declined swer any indictment that may be brought dent. Dr. Brown's handsome face and tho $10,000 pastorate at Chicago and an imp wing tiuure are familiar to the at- against him. He is said to be a eon of election as Bishop of Georgia, to remain Dr. Reed, the leading physician of Mantendants of State, National ntul with the boys at Sewai.eo University at Medical Associations, and tho chester, atitl that ho has cost hie fatbtr a salary of $l,20ti per annum. Thank lnU icpiite in which ho is univertmlly several thousands of dollars by his mis- God, here is one m in without a price held, where known, as man, physician, deeds. Tho Itata has surrendered to Acting touisville Times. friend and citizen, render praiso of "our Children's day was observed at all Hawk" ii waste of words. Lincoln Admiral McCann, at Iqui.iie, and turned the churches Sunday, but owing to the county was conspicuously reptesentod over .",000 ritles that she had on board. inclement day the attendance was small by her attendants two of whom read The Insurgent government claims that and the collection for missions was these arms were not etnlmrked at San profound papers; and in tho distributill next Sunday. At tho Christion of honors tho lion's share fell to Diego, but many miles from that poit tian church was a beautiful floral design Lincoln in tho election of two of her upon the high seas. As soon as her ma- illustrative of the day prepared by Mrs. reparod she will bo eons to thu most important otlices hon- chinery can be brought back to San Diego to answer the Peiiueliii Brown, who has the finest ors moat worthily bestowed. charge of breaking tho neutrality laws. flower garden in town. Tho Christian church is beginning "NEWSYrT0TEST The Charleston which was sent out to to make preparations for the State SunThe county lovyln" Fayette n3 been capture her, never got within three dnvs day School Convention, which will be of her. fixed at 77 cents on the $100. and to which 400 held here June Tho Hnrrog.ito Inn will bo replaced Linnietta Springs. delegates are expected. A committee in six weeks with a SM.OOO building. The Linnietta Park Springs, Junction on securing homes has been appointed Three Now York murderers are to City, J. S. Linney and John W. .Shelby, as follows, and it is hoped that our die by electricity during the week of Ju- proprietors, is the llrst watering place in housekeepers will respond to the extent ly 0th. this section to open and some visitors of their ability when called on by the Tho Illinois senate refused to pass a are already enjoying its advantages. It young ladies: Misses Louise Baileyi bill making eight bonis a day's work iu is tho most accessible resort in th coun- Ann Shanks, Nannie B.iughman, Mattie that State. try anil the richest in variety of mineral Boslev, Aunie Batighmim and Mary Firo entirely wiped out the town of waters, there being tine springs on the Bradford, Tenu.,uot a vestige of thu bus- grounds of SO nerea of white and black Tho meeting at tho Presbyterian iness part remaining. sulphur, chalybeate, opsom, magnesia, church in Elizabethtown, in which Rev. It is reported at Lexington that a salt and alum. Besides a commanding Spencer nud Hopper assisted Rev. Jo. C. hotel to cost $250,000 is to bo erected and commodious new hotel building Cold well, closed Thursday night last. there by Kastoru capitalists. there are scores of cottages on the grounds There were 43 professions of faith, 40 of Tom Rogers, a $20,000 stallion be- and guests can take choice of quarters. whom joined the Presbyterian church, longing to Mrs. Kato Bugher, near Cin- Tho fare is s and the accommo- among them was Mr. Thomas Stovall, cinnati, was killed by lightning. dations equal to any springs in Ken- editor of the Independent, a noble, much Revs. Jerry Holme3 and Geo. Van-ci- tucky. The charges are $2 a dny, $S boloved, active young man. Would to of Salem county, III., were given to $12 a week and $:J0 to $10 a mouth. God that every editor in the land were three and one years for counterfeiting. It will pay you to visit Linnietta wheth- Christian men, for, then would their The Cloveluml Hardware Co.'a ma- er in quest of health or pleasure. Tho braiu and pen be a wonderful power in chine Bhops were burned, causing a loss iuitinl hop of the season will be given winning souls to Christ. Rev. Coldwell, of $400,000 and throwing 100 men out of Friday night, 12th, and a general invita- their preacher is a man of good, Bound employment. tion to the young people of this section judgment, commendable zeal and deep Jarqisal Larocque, who outraged and is extended. piety, while he is intensely earnest in murdered two little girls, was hanged in the salvation of souls. The church has The St. Louia Derby was won by reason to thank God for- giving them Canada. Ho did'nt open his mouth after J. II. II. Micheal in mud fetlock deep in 2:55, such a pastor. leaving the jail. rota-tivc, Ftf-h'a- hit ontrlne jumping the' GARRARD COUNTY. . y Terry preached at tho poorhoiihe Sunday afternoon. The graduating class was entertain-- , til at the college .Saturday night. Rev. Cook preached at tho Methodist church hundav morning and eve" ning. Saturday was the election for school Cor. Jefferson, trustees iu this county. J. M. Putty was elected iu this district. The Christian Endeavor Society was A. V. Jones, entertained Friday night by .Miss Nellie! Murrs. It meets next time with Miss R. i ' Rev. J. THE WIIXARD 9 I.A TE ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Kales 52.50 Per Day. Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. W. R. LOGAN, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, "Clerks. Court-House, Manaeer. I5es?io Hush. Pan-vitl- o The examining trial of Canon Roberts for killing Jailer Parks at Lowell will be called before County Judge Rob-- , inssn Tuesday. The members of Garrard Lodge' Knights of Pythias were given a grand banquet at tho Spencer House Friday night by tho newly elected officers of to-da- CLOTHING, FURU SSHSIMC C GODS the lodge. We understand that Mr. Jacob Joseph will shortly return to Lancaster and open n More at the old Hemphill corner. Every body will be glad to wel- d tram-trac- k elo-inonc-o (ians-glae- h, mi-erab- le m y i h Jel-lic- p, d Bb-tueig- ami-Tru- st lis,-000,0- e, he come Jake back. Last Saturday was the tegular election for town trustees and the following gentlemen were elected without opposition: J. G. Sweeney, K. W. Lilian), G. S. Greenleaf, S. I). Roth well and J. C. Thompson. Mrs. D. M. Lackey received n letter Saturdav stating that Mi&sGeorgiu Hamlin, the actress w ho was taken sick while playing here, had received another stroke of paralysis, which caused her death nt Cambridge, 111. News was received here Saturday that James L. Duncan, who was return-- ' ing home from Hopkinsville, had been stricken with paralysis iu Louisville, Ijiter rejiorts say that he is some better and will be out in a few days. Capt. W. J. Kinnaird and Charley Anderson, of Midillesboro, have been spending a few days with Lancaster friends. Miss Mamie Hackley, of Danville, is visiting Miss Luln Batson. W. S Watson, of Atlanta, Ga., is visiting his bister, .Mies Ella Watson. Mis. R. A. l'urnside, who has been quite 6ick for some time, is improving. Misses Mamie and Carrie Currey are visiting iu Danville this week. Miss Addie Burnsido returns this week from Oxford, Ohio, where she has been attending college. Prof. J. M. Rupley, of Danville, was here Sunday. A good crowd of our young folks will attend the commencement bop at Danville Wednesday night In the death of Dr. Oliver Perry Hill Lancaster has lost one of its oldest and most honored citizens. Ho was noted for his benevolence and kindness of heart, ever ready to attend tho suffering without regard to remuneration. His scholastic attainments were excellent and his memory wonderful. He was conversant with the French, German and Spanish languages nud was well versed in the standard literature of the world. In social conversation he was brilliant and his society was at nil times charming. lie stood remarkably high in his profession and retained the friendship and esteem of his brother physicians, being often consulted iu critical case. Take him all in all, he was one of tho most remarkable men Garrard ever produced DEATHS' DOINGS. isr e o :k:"w:ea:r, Stagg & McRoberts. A. R. MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES TRUNKS & VALISES The Old. Reliable Jeweler ii in the Lead. Cifti -- :. -- yXviLw sw milH0Hm Penny T- mtjh H)IW W W a . tsmwSL nrrr-- . 1Viu:1 Has the larsest and - Trir--. nnrw tuivirLLir aiuus. T OK Watelies nxicl Jewelry ever shown in Stanford at prices as low as the lowest. in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. who can do anything Don't have to send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic- A. R. PENNY. ted and I guarantee satisfaction. Go to A. A. WARREN'S "ItlODEL GROCER Y Inter-nati'iii- al ! de-fure- d 23-2- 5, John Farley, the oldest merchant Richmond, is dead, aged !". Cheese, Mrs. Cook, the asred mother of Dr. L. 15. Cook, died Friday at her home in Wayne county of tlux. Mn. Polly Coffey, whoso illness was Lamps, Glass- - and Queensware, Tin- - and Woodenware, Fruit Jars, announced iu our last, died Friday Jelly Glasses, &c. night of a lun trouble, combined with heart disease, ai;id 02. Sbe was the widow of the lute Hon. Klijah Coffey, N.MENEFF.E who represented Uussell county in the A. C. SINK. several terms, and a sister of legislature our;townsiuan,,Mayor I). W. Vandoveer. Two children survive her, Elijah and .Mattie, the latter tho wife of Dr. U. II. Mflloberts. Mrs. Coffey kept thel'ierco The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Hotel at Liberty for many years and many a weary traveler remembers her LUMBER, FLOORING, SASH, with gratitude. She was a splendid woDOORS, man, a devoted Christian and a loving BLINDS, SIDING, mother. After a short sermon at her Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. home here Saturday, the remains were A2T:D taken to Liberty ami laid by the side of her husband. We carry a full stock of everything found in a jFor Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, at Dried Apples. Peaches and Prunes, Bice, Picldes, Preserves and Jams; J- Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, CEILING, i I WOVEN or building. WIRE SLAT PENCE. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. y. Maj. Gen. Schofield, the ranking officer of the U. S. army, is to marry a beautiful young Iowa girl on tho ISth. At Grand Rapids, Mich., Chns. Seidell pleaded guilty of bigamy, admitting the existence of five living wives, and that ho was preparing to take a CkiSLSS DUMBER FIRST designs and specifications before letting TTAHD. your contract Examine our SINK & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. sixth. A pretty German girl camo all alono from tho faderlaud to marry tho sweet- REMOVED. -- tirst-clas- Having Removed My Stock- - l, heart to whom bIio plighted her troth six years ago, nud the knot was tied last week at Columbus, Ind. A life time of tender love ought to reward her faithfulness. Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- tions, Etc., - Crops in the northwest have been Back to my old stand on Depot Street, where greatly benefited by the geueral rain of sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. All the past week and all reports agree that tn exchange. conditions are favorable for a big har. vest. rent is cheaper, I can kinds of produce taken b. :e rout. w t begins to appear obvious that the adoption of the proposed Constitution would introduce an era of anarchy. If a people with eyes w ide epen should choose to adopt that system of organic law which tends only to the breeding of concerning private rights of prop erty, it would be bad enough, but the folly might be borne. He must have the privilege of dancing who is willing to pay the tiddler. Ut a graver question confronts us when we are called upon to ratify, as an expression of the bovereign will.'a set of rules and maxims which so radically conflict with each other that nothing results except confusion in the administration of government. Confusion means anarchy, and anarchy is synonymous with Jim Jewell's definition of politics hell. The utterly irreconcilable provisions of this proposed instrument are numerous, too numerous to be pointed out in one article or in one issue of a paper. They have been repeatedly adverted to by the press, and have had their share of comment upon the street corners. But there is another conflict to which we do not now recall any public reference. This conflict will be found between Sections 101 and 103 as compared with Section 134. By Section 101, "a commonwealth's attorney for eacli difctiict and a circuit court clerk for each county shall be elected whose terms of ollice miall hi: six ykaks." By Section the tame 6t rktted " 103, these offices liti-catio- theBe conflicting clauses by indulging in suppositions of what the members of the convention meant. Thnt may do very F well with salt barrel philosophy, but in the courts the moiHwj of the ConstituJunk 9, 1891 tion will be determined only by the Stanford, Ky., of the Constitution. That this will devolve a difficult, if not an impossible, An Anarchical Constitution. undertaking must he admitted, but no To the laity, as well as to many of the. alternative remains. It can easily be beit informed of the legal profession, it seeu how many of these coutlicts might Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal It is all folly to talk about reconciling W. WALTON. fc n have been avoided, but Whittier long since told in what were the saddest words of tongue or pen "might have been!" Doubtless wo need some amendments to the old Constitution, but doubtless wo do not need n worse instrument than we have. Doubtless there are many good things in the propoposed Constitution, and doubtless there are many mean ones. To lly to evils wo know not of to escape those we have is poor philosophy. To lly to evils wo see to escape inconveniences we have is downright idiocy. From the inception of this project the I.VTKition JoL'itNAi, indulged the cheerful hope that there would be presented to the people a model Constitution. It was not merely n hone. The high character of the delegation which wns charged with the exalted trust begat that sort of faith which almost amounted to "the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen." We confess to a disappointment. It is charged that the instrument is full of conflicts, incoi'sistencies, contradictions and deceits. To sustain the charge much proof has been offered and wo have neither read nor heard anything to rebut it. However the truth may be, there is one thing beyond refutation: For villainous grammar it takes rank next to hmc ik and I taken. Fou perspicuous language, absolutely clear, transparent, translucent expression of ideas, commend us to the new constitution. When it says a thing it means that or something else. So we need have no doubt about tho matter. Wo are only expected to pay our money and take our choice, and when there ih free choice there is free speech, audi where free speech, free people And that's the kind of people the constitu-- . Hon was made for. Our boasting shall not bo in vain and hero is tho proof Section 101 provides for the election of comHioiiwealth'sattorneyH.eircuit clerks, county dorks, sheriffs, jailers, oa Sec tion 102 declares that "No persons shall be eligible to tho offices mentioned in Section 101 who is not at tho time of his a citizen of Kentnckv election one year and who has not resided in tho county next preceding Ins eleo tion." Now to a muddy headed man it is( not quite clear what county is meant when it is declared that the common wealth's attornev shall have resided in j OUR BARGAIN SALE Inaugurated last WCCk l'dlld r It able SUCCCSS. Sucll tlirOllS as crowded our counters to secure llUS pi'Oi'cd it, lllOSt m 3 ' 00 erin Js tccrc never before seen. This track Ihe sale continues and those who hare not yet taken, advantage of it should do so at once. While nianij lines have been closed, ire still have many more equally as CxRIND . --JTO COFFER. S.2; by all our candidates for reelection to hSlOCS county ollicers. Lincoln is entitled to JnCC that honor. Hence, it follows that aii Up. the commonwealth's attorneys in the will oe about 32, all tol- dState-th- ere mu be taken from Lincoln county. i..it,M we are for the new con- - 1)1 It G btitution in a horn. , special ba, fains in .Muslin Cndcrwear we offer plain Chemise at 2oc; i?7 G owns trith yoke embroidery and tuchs GUc; ladies' Jersey I'estsat thing is plain. county! Thnt'cV iik Calicos, such bra ids a t Si in pson' s, A tnericun Indigo and Purple iting adjective means the best county in the State. Jf,; plaid lilt (1 stfivcd Worsteds. JO iltcllCS U'idc, 12 h2cil(Trd: Molta'tAin Surely no one doubt what Slippa" color 17 U2ci ladies' SUpDCl'S TOC, Worth children's CotUress I Rents' flesyne button Shoes 1 Uomtr'ieSd'litrulo! tho use Mark tho of tiik-t- iim-U- y J-J- e; UrZy; Wull J v 'J' OarQaitlS 111 OUT Clotlllltcl department tt'O 0)crlJOJSf cllillU'Pll's Suits $ l.'0 Ulldltp; IJOlUhs' Stilt S $2.2l a'tld Paitts20c; men's Suits front 02.50 itp; men's Cassi mere Punts, 21 dilVcrcn't nat- r SpCCUt L .i v Ul V' v I) n ovi'd , I U flushingjr'l,Llfl LS Cnvitnlv ' Hi'I boil&lb U)tl (U tllC ?,;....' la.W highest market .UattlllQ, judges of the circuit court under this Constitution shall take place at the regular annual election in KSitt.and the judges then elected shall hold their of- lices until the reyuku iMituii m iovi, aim they shall be elected every six years thereafter." Now it will be observed that by force of Section 101, the comI )cp 'I he road U ne of the oklrtt ih ihe State ol In irtmuit. mon wealtn's attorneys and circuit clerks Oh 10 and the only line entering Cincinnati over 15 Coi.. II. M. MiCaktv, of the Jessa Milei nl double track, and truant )at reotfd can and that their are elected for six years -j mori' than MtureiU patron ipxcd, comfort and Well mine Journal, ban accepted tho IiumcrSecterms are for six years. By force of candidate, 1'tk,(0(1 le everywhere, a. rc that they OUS Cllls Oil llim tO become a Hoods, tion 103, they hall be, not may be, but C , II .V I , cither in or out af Cincinnati, for State Senator ami his newspaper rmd Intliananolit or Toledo. hhaUle elected at the same time the they K. O McCOKMICK. Also nu?o line of Ladies' and Children's Shoes and Oxford Ties. friends are satisfied that his election will General l'aenccr and l'uktt A(M. circuit judges are elected. Yet by virtue Nice line of Worsted and Alpaca Coats and Vests, Men's and Hoys' interest of the State. redound to the of Section 134, the circuit judges first Bucklen's Arnica Salve Straw Hats, all fresh no old goods in stock. only five years. elected are chosen for The tett ahc in the world for cuti, brums, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Highest market price paid for Cros- Ties, Wool, Gengseng, Kcath-ers- , tl torn, ukert, tall rheum, feter tores, utter, Jfow how willthisthingwork? Plainly, &c. handt, chilblain, corn and all Mn erup John Bright sold to Love I.illard a tlem and poiitivfly cure pile,orno payicquir it will not work at all. Human ingenuirtect tatitfactier, ed. It it guaranteed to Kle cattle at :.J. ty cannot reconcile the conflict. By one lot of good Price 15 ccnli per W. ' or money rclunded (section a commonwealth's attorney and J. 1". Bnic bought of John Holmes For tale by A K. Penny, SUnlord, Ky. J. !'. CfMMiNs, Salesman. Crab Orchard, Ky, a lot of hogs at 4 cents and several calves a circuit clerk are given absolutely and Now Try Thin clause of dewithout qualification or at $: to ?S. It will cot ou nothing and will tuiely do you trouMc with a lOugh. you ATDave Poppies sold to Ben Robinson EOxl if cheMhavelungs I)rcold or anyNew Uncovfeasance, terms of six years respectively. or Kliis't throat, weigh 7S pounds, at 5J. This er)- for Con,Hiniiiou, Cousin anj Coldt it hold their otlices during the If they The boss banking business of the day 20 lambs, to Klve 'e''c' '" money will he paid back period for which they were elected, as was developed in the investigation of is the best weight wo have heard of. butlerert from I. a (irippe found it jutt the thing and under lt uv? had a speedy and perfect recovJ. T. Hudson delivered Juno2d:Vi ery Try a taraple they have a clear Constitutional right to the Guthrie, Oklahoma, Commercial at our epente and demons that aver- learn for yourself juit how good a thin: it It 1 rido, how will their successors be chosen Bank which recently closed its doors. It lambs to Hudson A R renny't drutt store. l.ar:e al bottltt free at Your Double Shovel Plows get, at the end of their terms'.' These suc- was started without capital and the on- aged 92 pounds atti cents. Harrodshurg siie 50 celilt and . jk at the Bame time ly money to run it was furnished by the Democrat. cessors must be elected And the best Lubricating Oil you can bet. (' Spoclmon Cases head of cattle, FoKSAi.Ki-Si- xty judges are elected, yet the depositors. After obtaining deposits at S II CliKord. New Cattcll, Wis , a troubled the circuit Cages for your dear little pets; and steers and heifers, also heveral with neuralgia liver rheumatism, his sumach second set of judges are to be elected in the rate of $18,000 a day for three months to an alarming wu disordered, hit The latest styles in Toilet Sets. Apply to K. decree, appetite fell away ulfcctrd wat terribly reand no yokes of good work cattle. 1S!)7, one year before the expiration of the officers, not caring to leave the imduced hi tleth and strength. Ihree bottles of lit. the terms of the attorney and clerk first-.l- pression that they were hogs, or that II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. Klectnc Hitters .urcd him Edward Shepherd, llarntbure. III., had a runM. F. Klkin & Co. bought of Win. elected. We cannot escape the di- they wanted the world, lit out with what ning tore on his leg cseight years" uinilmr. t'stil en times by Baying that the legislature they had gotten and that was the end Beck a lot of butcher stuff at .'IJ and of three holtlesof Kleitri. Hitters and lemma Salve and his leg it luuml of llucklcn't ArliK-the attorneys and ou't. M. C. Portman 4 head do. for 5lK), and and mcII John speaker. Catawba. Uhio, had may provide that five on lu le. doctors said h sold to G. B. Cooper a good milk cow was large ffver tores lotllc Klectnc llitcrsaiu) clerks for the second term shall be One insurable of their onrlK-Huckleii's rniia Salve cured hi m entirt Tiiey do some tilings in China better for fclO. chosen one year before the terms Forestus Heid received Friday a ly hold at A. K. IVuny's drugstore. predecessor expire, but shall not be than we do. A member of the diplomat permitted to enter upon their duties un- corps at Daris who ran into debt unnec- handsomely bred Jersey bull calf from Tlic Worlcl'rt I'Jilr. pedi4Thc cicitemr it riu'l ti this urnl cVPht Is til their predecessors.terms have ceased ; essarily and thereby brought his govern- J. L. Shallcross, Louiovillo. His s itircW) i'ii ilpd t Unit inxl,ir M liv thf irirnt for by this avenue of escape we become ment into dishonor, has been recalled to gree will bo seen in our advertising iIk.com rv of l)r Mm- -in H't'nruttt' .Vri n It i'rili!) cures 'tenons intrulou eh iiuc"! in a few weeks. involved, if possible, in greater trouble. China and ordered to be beheaded. If lift', JMlli diillnr Dfiic.ln coli UMon in liil. t!U According to the census report, ' To illustrate: A circuit clerk ib elected all the people in this country who tmke .iisv Hi.- nlni's. iiPursitfri A'piipitM us pre- debts they can not pay would have to there are in Kentucky 01,011 planters of tion, inmiti'N v V '" ""' .nut V Snow t o . at the regular annual election, I' lm Mos uf ISrrrn. Sjruc r I! ,ti.ij.iii. luirx WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. scribed by the Constitution, in Novem lose their heads for it, the undertakers tobacco, which would indicate a popula- O fBVIiti.aiM 'Up NfriilP' veil uf Wimi- thim Iwllor thill of oltice is six years. would get rich in a week. And vet, all tion of about SMl.OOO dependent in part, liny tli'tiK vtr i'vi r s.ld. timl nte univert, 1.V.1L'. His term ber, Illustrated 'i ai ta'uliirlimi ' l)r Mill' That is, it expires in November, 1VJ.S. tho same, we wish such a law prevailed at least, on the growing of that staple. Isc on tl'o N rc mid l:oiri und lri.il IhjM.o his line fruu at A. It. 1'i'iiiit'a drus tor' Wif Repairing neatly and promptM.T. Russell farmed out Now there can he no election for circuit and was strictlv enforced. tlti 'riintiU Iloi'Mlars. mare, Lucy Boone, to Hopper A: Reid to judge in ''i because the Constitution ly done. uf Mrs II. M suarles, of The narrow horse, for The State Teachers' Association will be bred to a thorough-bre- d declares it shall be in '97. Therefore, nrenmliire dnntli won I'..khart. Ind frcm Shu atutpt that "lor twenty years mv B'inc when 200. The mare has just dropped a tine say those who would attempt the recon- bo held in Henderson, June 2 f lifiirt troiitlol tin- groally. I Iwcurne second circuit clerk be the delegates will be welcomed by the mare colt by H. 11. Baughnian's Pala- - Had smolli'-rinilirvaih lluttrnr g. I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. short ciliation, let the (Stanford, Ky.) could not klt'eii on mv left si le linilniucli Pnln elected in '1)7, but let there be such stat- next governor of Kentucky, Hon. John dine. a..k.i, oll'ered $10,-- In Bronst, shounlrr und sioinaeiidiiim-sJ. v. Uliesi una uLin Hud much ln'oducho mil hnullod utory legislation as that his term shall Young Brown. The programme is a 1 roctor Troatment am me no good until I tnoii l)r very comprehensive one, embracing sub- wuiur l)r Nave since he beat predeMiles' New Iharl Curo anil i:ctortivt) N err i not begin until 'OS, the year his Knott. The horse IS now ill St. I.OlllS , Thu flrt bottle helped nit, anil I unssoon iTjfc cessor's term expires. Let us see how jects of great interest to be discussed by A. It Ponny s vlriualy will run in the Ozark, the lirewers drug store.cured. flnoFor salu onat thn Ukaiit uad and book A this would work ! Tlie term of the sec- able educators. The railroads will sell Cup and other races, when his owner Nbhves free. round-trip- . ond clerk begius in 'in and runs until tickets at one faro for the thinks ho will again distinguish himself. 11)04. What then? A third clerk must The Supremo Court of Connecticut -- Yesterday was a very dull court day be elected. But can he be elected that has decided that Bulkeley has no right and the crowd was notup totheaveragi. vear; No! Whv not: ist'ciuise lie to the otliceof governor, which ho is try- Tnere were perhaps 100 head of cattle on When Ilaby was sick, wo gayo her Castorla. must be elected at the same time a cir- ing to hold, and given judgment in favor market with little or no demand for When fsho was a Child, sho crieil for Cnstoria. cuit judge is elected, ami that officer of Morris, the democrat elected by tho them, llutcher stufl' sold at '2 to 2 ; When ho Ixvame Jliss, h clung to Caslorlft. u;ep For TriE &sy 2YnAftf poR .leJrWtfM must be elected six years after the year people. There would never have been cattle brought :5J ; fat cattle !5 When sho had ChlHren. sho cave thcia Castorl. For anAFE LsME BACK PRAIN; ETc. . , 1S!)7, that is, in the year liWJ. any need to settle such n qneation in the to were oll'ered. No horses URE other reason the clerk cannot bo elected courts if that State was under a republiorsEAPPLicArioM cure; Tho Somerset Republican says the year, if the HUH. In that in the year can form of government. strawberry farmers are disgusted wilh present order of things continue, memm experience this year, and in some Tiik railroads will pass delegates to their bers of congress will be elected, and Secplaces have quit picking berries, finding tion 153 piovldes that no county olficer the conference of tho opponents of the LIME AND BRICK. themselves out of pocket alter paying shall bo elected tho same year an election new Constitution at Lexington, and some of them are the expenses, will deliver imi at '5 Cents .i lliishvl u an. at one fare for the round-trip- . is held for members of the House of Tho plowing up their strawberry beds and l S. caster. StJiif.nJ .mil the neinhbiii lucid. l!i'tiresentative.sof the meeting will bo called to order at 12 I will also luad i, n will put in something more profitable. art at Crali lOriharil. Iln k, This confusion is worse confounded by o'clock, and the prospect is that it will Jesse Fox bought of Mrs. Mary at 7; cents .i hundred (iiti ine .i chanct-the sixth division of tho schedule which be largely attended. Kvery person with FKKI) KltlKlW.R. (ral. Onhir! j,6ii some nice yearling cattle at provides that the commonwealth's attor- the vital interests of the state at heart Haughman, of Oarrard, bought of $20. T. H. Bright, neys and circuit clerks first elected shall ought to make it a point to attend. John Woods an aged jack for J5C0. office respectively for only hold their Andui-so- n Thk Old Dominion is for Cleveland John Weisiger sold to Funk k live years. Now which of these con'JoO barrels oi corn at $ at tho crib. with great unanimity, if Congressman flicting provisions shall be be the law We will deliver cc each momln; as (ollitv D. Wise correctly diagnoses the Last fall Mr. Weisiger offered to sell this Who shall determine, and how will ttb lieorge no one years and the public sentiment. He says that the peo- same corn at 52.15 delivered, but determiuedV One says six and for for it, willing to give more than rlmr havh five years. One section de- - ple regard his administration as the best was . '"-ho just made $300 by holding it. Ad- Under 50 Pounds 1 cents, over so country nas ever nan m many Hares that the clerk and attorney may Cantnrla runvi Colic, Conxtlpntlon, 50 and under 100 1 cent, over "Castorla U so well Adapted to children that KoirHtnmaIi, Dlarrha'a. Enwtntlon, I recommend ItaninincrlortoanyprescripUon years, another declares they spects, and that they intend to seud a vocate. in six 100 :s of a cent. Kills Worm, git en sliwp, and promoted ill- delegation to tho National Convention II. A. Akciiich, Jt. I)., known to me." Mlloa' Norvo and LlvorPHlb. shall get out at the end of five years, J;tIoii. medlcatloa. Ill 8o. Oxford St., llrookln, N. Y, the liter, ... mo savs to Hie iur mm Acton a new ja .1... Umunmnyoui shant, UaiVIIUSt: bowels through the nerves. A new M. F. stomach .and IN & CO., Tub Ccnticr Compikt, T7 Murray Street, N. Y 1"1," Yrm shall and Ur. P"'y cu'c The Indiana Knights of Pythias discovery-- taste, Mile." li torpid htr, pin, coimuimimi De..,b.iJ You will and you wont, Une'iualed for men, women, chi drtn. Smallest v have also Bhnt out wholesale and retail cents. You'll bo damned if you do, Ky. anil fni-a-t milikst. surest. Sn Moses liquor dealers from membership. You'll bo cussed if yon don't! A. It Penny's, Suufortl. the judge of the citcud euurt in elecM." Section 134 reads: "The first election of Tub meeting of the Kentucky Dress Association at Daducah, we lenm from the dispatches, proved a very delightful one to the editors, their wives and lady friends, who to the number of about 100 attended. The little city did all in her power to make their stay pleasant in ad dition to giving a banquet and hop in their honor. On the invitation of the mayor of Cairo, III., extended through Mr. K. E. Ellis, of the Dress of that city, a steamboat excursion was taken ot that place, which also entertained the editors right royally. Tho officers elected are II. A. Sommers, of the Elizabethtown News, president; C,M. Meacham, of the Hopkinsville Kentuckian, ; Ion B. Nail, of the Farmers' Homo Journal, secretary, and Benjamin Harri son, treasurer. Mr. Arthur V. Ford, of is to be the next the Courier-Journaorator and Miss Daisy Fitzhugh, of the Lexington Leader, poetess. Miss Lila Bell, of the Georgetown Times, was unanimously requested to prepare a pa per for the next meeting, which will b in Lexington. vice-preside- seems to be mixed up in the rotten ness of the Key Stone National Bank of Philadelphia. At le.ibt he had sufficient Main Street, Stanford, Ky, inside information to draw out his time to save every cent, while the 000 in other 2,000 depositors who were not fo Tho FinoHt on Knrtu. fortunate, lost all they had. Of course K Brer. Waunaniaker can not ho con- - ise Ciiruiusu, Hamiltsm ,v D.ytc-- R S.lely line ninning i'ullman't I'eit.cicd himself, )..( ,. great the Vevlllllf,d i demned for sivmg v.th thslr I'mloi. Ini I'mine Wwfm ,.,,.1 ...... f,v. nmn like ho ought llOt tO llllVU iinituli nd Cbn mic and u the linctniiati, run only line jk kept his knowledge of this rascality to lint; 'Ihrouch Ktilining Chair ('ir bilwtcu Cin-nnati, Keoluk and Spnncncld, III. inviolate. The losers look at it that way Uir Cincmuiti to .M41.k1n.1w, and IheanibllnK involved in a Onlv Direct Lino and John finds himself HeiKcpn Cincinnati, I)) Ion. I.iwa, Toledo disagreeable scandal. troit. the l.jki Kcgiont ua Canada. ti-j.v . That saintly brother, John Wanniim-ker- . THE LOUISVILLE tr ,,,, - STORE A. ritKAXSKY, Proprietor. MANIJS AND (JABKfKL, 3Iaiinors. ,.,l c ,..OUR STUCK IS COMPLETE hcry Just deceived a ,'lssortcd Stock of While Ginghams, Teasel Cloth, $c. - i l, cha-p- W. E. PERKINS, -- Kuar-antr- d B. K. & W. H. Weapon's y Refrigerators that never sweat, Water Coolers lined with charcoal jets. California Canned Goods at Reduced Prices. s col-urn- H0BT. FENZEL, .1 t - " lltf.' yvov V -( , 1 W -i ' f , ni-- TVM1I unErU 1 l - iso-s- All Work Warranted. Watches a Specialty. f spi-lls- , 1 s iruvuiu INIMENT Cnour FOR MAN OR BEAST :. 'PEEDYh7 ij&ans I I I . H .. ICE, ICE I ELK -- i' i.i. 2 Infants Children re-sta- y iiuhuu tirinciiile-resuUti- ns ES-i- Stanford, ' 4 lixasf' liT'l'-- T ' l1 tions, and its discussion brought out the creditable familiarity of the reader with ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, V. K. Fheoii kiln of brinks for sale. poets and authors of distinction. Misses Hum sey. Stvcnth and Market StrecU, It. IIi'TUiiNd will have n choice selecAnnie Straub and Annie Hurst rendered Stani-oiu)- , Ky., .June 9, 1S01 a vocal duet very prettily, nnd then Hoc K wait h the elieapttnt ami bust. J. tion of (lowers and plants at the Louisville, - - - Kentucky, ' 11. Footer. Miss Mayme Alice Lynn, arrayed in House tho last of the week. Call WIU, OI'KN MONDAY, MAIl.i. on him. white albatros, natural flowers and tt.o.WALTON.uuH.ManoRor Taku vour e'irs to the Cash Bargain if r, ,,, 0llr errc jnterot In the hotel, pearls, and looking the picture of regal on Jef(tron uti t, we hve moed to our ola FitviT jnrs, fruit cans, jelly glasses, loveliness, Store ami get llij cunts penloen. Joo S. , enpird fur yru ttand that o uccfiilly eourtesied ami read her excelon beventh and Market tritt, are now lilting it MEANS BUSINESS. Jones. sealing wax, innwiug blades andscythes, lent production, "The Xew South." It in t'sirt ij. (,r, nvw throughout and tlwout-fi- t will in er) staple ami fancy groceries, porcelain Ksi.imiM, lifuutifitlly ""! artibtifiUly ) ,t. eltgant, including one ot uaji Hale'ibifetT a. rner and IWi:Be Elevator It i eiiHy enough to rnin when it getH kettles, brass kettles, tc, at Farris A was in its way nlmost equal to the reiloho lit A. It. I'uiiny'H. ur tli 'I the rr vtiwulJ. ' B& it. Z U'e rant allot Bw w nowned efloitof the lnte lamented Hen' nnrold IriemU to mi- md e in in onr old homp. Ham: your wutcli, Hock ami jiswt'lry nt it. It win rHinmg ngniu wlien we Hardin's. u, ,i (,iir We i romue y ry W. Grady, wiiwe praises she also tahl and ervlc ruin, All work went to (irettH. nu ret I at A. R. I'oiiiiv'b. t n Oi.i do i m the la ml. My wlft, Mm. MHrriinteil. says a sang, while giving deserved credit to A dispatch from Niclioliiville 'oil. lexan!i-- -mui to be remembered to all Bihh-oT. J. Him., 1'utorCarter mid Sum fnen ir ill he glad to ee them ltKMKMHUit Hint all hilvorwnre. wntcheH. Geological survey party Wntterson ami the other distinguished .ndive thum a hrtn rr eptinn Fare S per day. were elected nehool trusU'tti in the Fnited States H ritis, Ae., bought nt A. II. I'oiiuy'B will they hnve I.XANDKIt. Manager. io. from Washington City is theie en route Southern editors for the aid MeL'ortiinek ehureh tlistriet. he free of I'lmrue. given this section by forcing it to the to Lincoln county, where they ko to In the Tnriiersville precinct Saturday, make a topographical survey of the forefront of public interest thnt its natuPOINTS. PERSONAL trus- county, including maps of tows, etc., ral resources and its courageous men ami J. We-- Bailey was elected TocpiMi with a Hop. K UK Mir a i . im visiting Iriuiitla nt receiving L'l votes t J. F. Uover 111. thence to the mountains. There, are women entitle it. Following this beautee, A croiru of tirtar .nn, rov. r Huhctt of 'I his pleasant and heathlnl riurt will Danville. S tiful nml chaste etl'ort came another all In Icim niuB ,treiilh eight in the party. mtnt 10 a) Ivcjt rt Riwio.sim. 'Squire J. II. Chappoll, Mn. II. 15. Tiii'iiMos is very ill with piano duet, in which Misses McAnally 1891, having moved from the Crnb Orchaid It wns rumored yesterday that the re- ami Gann distinguished themselves. pneumonia. when I will li piep.ired to ai commodate board- -' Mn. LihjI.ik Wiiaon whhovui-froprecinct, has resigned as domocrato com- publicans were trying to form n combiers at 5 .1 week, fincle meaN 5.. rintt Cottage Mks Annie Peyton Green was the last " for rent at iloa week or ; a room. Hortes kept nation with the prohibitionibts to run of the graduates to appear before the Umclo-Sniuluy. mitteeman for that precinct. l.irm on the ii i;',i of May a at $j a week or jo cents a feed Kver)lhiiig has er and been put ill good condition and is in tine ihape for Judge J. A. Lytle for county judge, but footlights. Dressed in n white silk, r trline Call, nwi and an iti v Mimi Annik Uisiiman is quite sick at adertisemint lwuiK for pasture health auk enjoyment Hon. Fontaisk I'o IIoiihitt is going a lending prohibitionist told us he was Judge Aleorii's. I!. W (, INrS, Stanford jo KEUHF.N KLOKA. which set oil' her beautiful figure to per241m Cons to take the stump niMinst tho new opposed to anything of the kind, ami fection, and ornamented witli white Mish 1.II.I.IH MiCkakyIs visiting stitution. He is just from Whitley was confident such a coalition could not in Mt. Vernon. roses, emblematic of her own purity, Boyd told Mis-.Mi.v.sn: bTitAt'K rotiirnwl from court, where he hivs Judge be formed. she was indeed a vision of beauty. She him that he would vote and speak Louisville yutitwrdiiy. for her esny apiim-- the concern. In the county court yesterdny the will had chosen "A Fairy Tale" Mn. A. U. 1'iin.s is down with a and the sweet story that she wove showof W. F. Camden was admitted to proKENTUCKY. of rhetimiitihin. rn London correspondent, Mr. John bate and W. R. Cress appointed admin- ed both genius end cnpnbility.nnd which In visK. II. .Sru.urr, of lAmiHville, wound uji by exhorting her schoolmates sending a Pearl, exctibcs himself from istrator with the will annexed. U. D. Till Y IIKKKD ON THKY DREED ON. iting his mother, Mrs. .S. S. Myers. letter this time because there has juet Bright qualified as administrator of J!. F. against dreaming and ntlmoninhingthem MoHKiti.v anil J. II. Oreur start-v- i hern torn to A.T. thnt life is real and each must perform him a son. His apology is ciif-of Dr. J. B. Graham toTomiusdtiu yostenlay to buy cattle. excepted and our congratulations ex- Dunn. In the her part in its drama and work for the Registered ai Tl .' Link. 1 rial a 31' .Mwmmk I.asi.k is visiting at hor tended. The name of the ymingster is vs. Ludwig Koehler for rent, the jury good of man ami the glory of God. A ri"t ly the crest Kolinont i ure of Nmwio.i found for defendant anil put the costs on uncle, Mr. J. V. I.iisIuv'b, m Parkland. piano solo by Miss McAnally and a Part- t (64-- , I ril Arthur 1 14 H, Wedi wood j "v an 3 Shakespeare, who we hope will rival his the doctor. in . 10 ht i 1I...N. V. A. TitiHMi.ij, of Stanford, was ing "s'ong by the graduates preceded the In 1 3 iit and sir of ? ''..iighttrn the d.iti.s literary great new. naiiieMike in Standard Rule 6. News, Atli. Middleshoro here yesterdiiy It is calculated to make one feel proud delivery of tho dijdomas, which was Thkiii: was quite an exciting election of his town to attend Sired by Sultan 1513, ltccrd 2 14. Mios I.ihv Tatk has gone to LexingFirst dam Ktttie Kmkuad by Contractor 1084, such an elegant done by President J. M. Hubbard, Sire of Stamboul a 11, Uuly 19W. Alener 2 ao ire of Dr West 17W. Contractor was sired by ton to bee her brother, Clarence, gut his for School trustee at Rowland, the ques- entertainment as the V. A. M.'s gave after an appropriate speech. The young Ajax, lull brother 1 Io Orange Oirl ; and 2$ in i,y fit ,mU grandsire n Sweetheart a iw, by 10 tion turning on the employment of a Friday evening at the Female College. liulies were the recipients of many beaudiploma. dm tractor's dam Lady Geslboy by of gin 1 to list. First dam I.ady Dunton by George Wilkes 519, Green'i llnmbletlnian il, full brother to VolunMiw. Dk. It. It. lloutii.AN, of Marion, tettchor. George D. Pope who was for The merry record 2 21, sire Harry Wilkes 2 jji, Guy Wilkes members had promised the tiful flowers nnd other evidences of ap- teer ami Sentinel. Ajax sued 7 iu 1 jo Iwt. so so 2 17H una 09 in 1 30 int. II. J. H. Clmppell whs elected over Klishn graduating class of S5 vuoii 2 hni been up on a vwtt to her father, M a jmrtv, mid to preciation nnd esteem. Second dam Josie, record j.io!, by Night Hawk Second dam full tiir to D. Monroe C. Hupley. Pence by four votes. .J. X. Menefeewas sny that it was a delightful one would be The benediction was then spoken, and Jim Monroe 31, sire of I.ady Monroe i6JJ,8K, by i. sire of RedCross 1 26k. .Minnie Warren 1 11V. Kitty 161 ol Kd Annan Hh. 1). I.. Fhy, of Kirksvillo, iiiinu elected in this district over Dr. J. K. but a useless expenditure of breath, for another fecpsion of Stanford Female Col- Hates 19, Monroe Chitif a ilk and 14t in a 30 lint. and the dams Tecumsch 2 282 Ax. ,, Sentry 2 J, Al- fretta 2 26), Monroe by Alexanders Abdullah 15. Jim ilovxii toHttend the gnidiiates' reception Vaiiurmlale, who wns not a candidate. Third dam by Vermont Hero 141, sire of Lady tho.e who know the young ladies who lege was a memory. It had numerous M 2 30 and Gen. Knot, sire of Lady Maud a iSJj, Hi the College. drawbacks to contend with, but on tho of compose the V. A. M. society are Calmors 2 19K and 17 in 2 30 Int. A supply Third dam by Duvall's Mambrino, sonoi Whip. Bi'ixrk Mauunks. Mk. T. M. Uwbi.ky in buck from tho l'risatc stallion. with their ability ns entertain-eis- . whole it wns both pleasant anil successis kept grown near- these excellent machines LtlMiuiii, Twin., l.'ni verity BFI.MONT CHIHr is a rich bay in color, was foaled in 1S85; he stands full 16 hands high and Prof. Hubbard and his able corps ful Yes the enteron hand at I. M. Bruco'fl, Stanline horse, smooth tinned cf extra muscular development, showing (jreat power. He has is strictly ly into iiuinhootl. of assistants have labored hard to pro- an exitllent set of vg, flat, clean and hard in finish; the individual merit ol this stallion in form, finford, Crow : Co.'s McKinney, and W. tained in honor of the six "sweet-gir- l ish and tion is fulls up to and in keeping with his high breeding. His oldest colls are coming Mk. and Miis. U. II. Biilxk anil Mas-t- r A. t arson's, Crab Orchard, where twine graduates" and right royally did they do duce the best results, ami the patrons and also how great natural speed He had a ownul by K. W. Cribbs, Dccatui, Howard, of Stanford, are with frionds ami Mn b that trials better than 2 last rcmirs can hIhi be bail at all times. bo. There were probably 50 coupled are well pleased with their year's work. performer olwent get since he has been30ow tiedear meI will pa $joo to the breeder of the first 230 his by in I.uiicitttur. HtH'unl. IIELMON I' CI1IKF will make the season of 191 at my place near McKinney at Kxamiue the merits of the Buckeye be- present, which included the beauty and The school is an excellent one ami it fin. John Mow. an Simh, of Covington, as should be the pride of every one in the fore buying. J. O. Miields, general chivalry of the country around,-anSeason, with Return Privilege. mid Joe Johiihtou inm are visiting their oath vied with the pother to make the vicinity with daughters educate to help S50 to Insure or agent, Stanford. .Mares kept on j;ood grass at $j per month j wners' risk. Mm. Mary Num. mother. evening a pleasant one it goes without build up and sustain so creditable an inTiil-iiMn. HoitkHT I.tK Davih, our Kant Kinl will be given by the ladies of saying that they succeeded. The College stitution in our midst. The next session P. CROW, s K'nbe, took in the coimneiiceinent a "bask- grounds were beautifully illuminated will begin enrly in September nnd when the Walnut Flat Sunday-Schoo- l anil wns alho here yestertlay. et festival" on the evening of the Kith and the grand old building that has bent it is hoped the attendance will eclipse Mk.h. Jackhon Uiknh, of Pittbburg, is inst., for the benefit of the school. This forth many an M. F. S. who has reached anything in the history of the College. is something novel in its way, as the fame, never looked merrier. Besitles an the guet of Mrs. A. K. Denny ami church with her hero Sunday. baskets will be sold to the highest bid- elegant rejiast was served which the gods NEW adverhsemknts. Miifl. Anmk Mim.kii, of Crab Orchard, der ami you will not know with whom would have been proud of, and with all upent n few days with Mrs. I. M. you will eat till you have bought your this it is not strange that the V. A. M. and attended the commencement of Iwsket. The lady who prepared it will party will be remembered for time to tier alma mater. then share it with you. come ns the most brilliant entertainment Came to my house about one month ago, an Tiik Midway Clipper says, Dr. Steele society people of Stanford have Smuorsi.Y Shot. In nn altercation at that the Bailey, of Stanford, spent from Saturday Alderney Yearling Bull, Is Receiving His evening Henry experienced. There were beautiful until Monday with his ."later, Mrs. J. McKinney yestertlay young ladies to receive the gue6ta, charm- l'alc red, which owner can set by paying charge". Ross was probably fatally shot by anothWallace Harper. ing ones to do the entertaining-- , lovely J M. McltOllERTS. Jr June", 4t er negro named Welch. The trouble Minilm Annik Diss, Helon Saufley lasses to talk to and with all this eden of Welch, who e arose over a woman, ami und Mayme I.ynn went down to delight what manner of man would he was brought to town just before our go Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give uim a call. yesterdny to remain during Hie fes'.' ing to press, claims that Ross was after bo who did not heartily enjoy himself tivities of the week. and Car Sis shires af Til i: Com m km emknt. Every niche and penler's Creek stock in the Hustonvilln the high Turnpike will be sold to JuhiuM. C. S.uki.ky came up from him with a shotgun. The weapon used load was corner of Walton's Opera House was est bidiicr Kuoxville, spent Minduy with his fam- was a musket ami the entire packed and jammed long before the closWarren went emptied in his stomach. ily, anil with Hon. It. C. 13th, 1891, vesterdny. for a mountain ju- ing exercises of Stanford Female College to Whitley court It seems impossible At 2 o'clock in Hustonsille. E I) PEYTON, i Mils. Wm. Fohtkk, ol Somerset, has ry to bring in a verdict of death no mat- began, anil when the curtain arose on Adnir O W. Ilobbilt. joined her husbnnil here- She hui just ter how heinous the crime. Sidney the sweet girl graduates, a sea of faces "We keep in stock a full line of all kinds of Staple Groceries, which lieeu paitl f I'.'ii for pension during the Lewis, who murdered his father, Judge greeted them that must have made their THE STOCKHOLDERS OK THE wc will take pleasure in showing and make coven years ot her widowhood. Wilson Lewis, was given a life sentence hearts heat faster and thiilled their HiiiiiAiii), who distiuguiHhi'd by the Whitley jury, when, if any man bosoms with pride. It wasa lovely sight Kit.iiNK himself by rising two grades and coming ever deserved hanging, ho does. Iewis too, the many colored flowers on the hats that surmounted the pretty faces of out the head of his class in Stoddard's maintained a stolid indili'orenee throughGlassware, Quecnsware, Table and Pocket Cutlery. A full line of in St. Louis, has taken a position out the trial hut broke down when he the ladies rivaling a veritable (lower garthere will be den in beauty. After prayer by Rev. Are ni titled that First National an election held at Baskets kept in stock, all of which we are offering cheap to the public. Co. with the Simmons Hardware heard the verdict ami wept bitterly. lliuk, the Ben Helm, the Jubel Overture was niceMiss Gi:iitiiiik How .mid left Saturday Come and see us. KENTUCKY Tiiohk excellent teachers, Misses Cet- - ly tendered by Misses Iiura McAnally, STANFORD, for her home at Ghent, going via LouisONville. She will return next session, a tic Thurmond ami Alice Stuart, who have Annie Dishmnii, Susie Gnun and Annie just closed n session at the public school Hurst, ami decision which will gratify tho patrons Weclncsclay, 15, 1891, building, are in receipt of a letter from Miss Clara Welt h Lackey was introof the College and many other friends. for the Comii.ni ; and at nine Directors Wu had noticed Mr. Charles K. Pow- J. X. Menifee, chairman of the hoard of duced by Prof. Hubbard. She was at To samet time and plate the old lloardof Pinctcrs the nat will hold tluir regular atiliml meeting. All the about town more than usual, but trustees, complimenting them on the tired in a white ell iucinherof the Itiiril are vjrneslW requested to VINCI NT IIORF.ING, I'rcM , were not aware that ho was studying conduct of the school, and expressing ural (lowers ami diamonds adorned her be present J.S MOCKER, Secretary, Co Her essay, "Love law till the Itecord hditl so. Mr. Powell the entire satisfaction of the board ami handsome person. jS C Land patrons. The ladies have worked ban! and War," wasa beautiful little story of oraii a bright voung until and with his laa couple of lovers during the civil war, CARRIAGE torical ability will doubtlcbslinake a suc- ami good results have attended their bors. Wo express the sentiment, of the ami was well written and well read. cess of the profession. carHating secured the serines, of a Miss l.oi is Tiiton was able to leave community when wo hope that they Miss Annie Hurst then sang a pleasing riage painter am now prepared to do all kinds of solo, and on being introduced for her home in Tennessee Saturday, to will be given the school next session. Repainting Miss Mary Hill Vauoy, in white alba-tro- Ropairing and which she carries tho good wishes of Tiiosk of our country friends who Of carrianesi ami buggies. (nve mna call of pink trimmings and (lowers, which many friends, who hope to hear boon startetl home after the commencement . WM IIAUOIIKKTY. On the market is the RETS OF ROCK SALT because stock will do her entire recovery. She has contracted exercises not only got severe wettings enhanced her natural charms, came for20 per cent, better and it will go three times as far as common bar-College again next ses- but hail their wits scared out besides. ward. "Space" was the subject of her to return to the I rel Salt. I have just received a car load and will quote low price. pleased to say. Miss Ada Several accidents occurred but fortu- essay, ami in it she gracefully told of the sion, we are Try it. Tipton, who has been attending school, nately no serious dninnge was done. It many planets that the telescope, with ls aid of science, has revealed and of weni home with her. was very dark and except for the light- the In the corporate limits o Rowland. Mk. 1.oi is C. Phillips, Stio agent of ning Hashes driving was impossible. The the wonderful things which the microH J DARST, Rcwland. scope shows that help to till the illimita86 the Michigan Mutual Life Co., was down horse to Mr. J K. Lynn's vehicle, in looking after which was she, Mrs. Moberly ami three ble space above and around us, ami from from Richmond ycsterduy, the business here. He and his wife had children, went down a deep embank- them argued the glories of tho Supreme rooms at the Hotel Ulyndon, Richmond, ment ami broke oil the spatter hoard Being, Who had planned and made v a iiuuifrn before the lire, which came bo suddenly and ditl other injury but strange to say them. Misses Annie Dishinan and Jenv5s nie Dickinson (ollowel in the "Grand 5L3STD were unable to bhvo anything of none of the occupants were hurt. They COMPWY value. Mrs. Philips lost every stitch of had a time of it getting out of the hole, Valbe tie Concert," after which Miss Jennie Belle Feland.who was very clothes except those she had on and Mr. however, but managed after trials and lovely in a light blue silk and Marechal P. Buttered nlmost as badly. great tribulations to get home. Xejl roses, read in a distinct and well CITY AND VICINITY. LiiiiiTXiNo SniiKhs. About 11 o'clock modulated voice her essay on "The Civ Thursday nigiit, jusi auer tne com of thu Human," in which shu enumerBuicK for sale. J. B. Foster. mencement exercises had closed, an ated the sorrows and afllictions that Color of Eugvjj Fkl'it Jaru and Jelly Glasses nt A. A. electric storm arose ami the lightning encompass the human race and call so Hashed and thunders rolled in an alarm- loudly forsynipnthy and help, which she Warren's. Oils; from A. T ing miuiner. Suddenly there came a invoked in eloquent terms. After Miss Clirr your binder twine blinding Hash ami in an instant a report Susie Gann had performed a dillicult Nunuelly, best on tho market nud as low SM which fairly shook the earth. Then a piano solo very skillfully, a treat not as any one. bright lliunu lit up the heavens and left mentioned on the programme was given IF YOU WANT The superintendent of census persists no doubt that a house hail been struck in tlieBhnpe of a song by pretty little Stanford has 5,117population. An- and set alire. It proved to bo Mrs. Cath Jennie Dickinson, who sang in her winthat other letter from him bearing dnto June Bailey's stable, and it was entirely con- some way, "Papa Can't Catch Me," AND A HAPPY COOK, ;;d, reiterates his former atatemeut to sumed, although the raiu came down which brought thunders of applause. Tho college heavily. Loss about that ollect; Miss Mattie Gauo Rochester, in white to do all kinds And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r drouth was broken commencement was just over ami the satin and diamonds, looked as fresh and Tiik of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. MADE BY Thursday uight and since then numer- alarm brought a largo number of people ns pretty as a new blown daisy as she do nothing but advanced and read her essay, "My ous good rains have fallen, saturating to the scene, who could LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS look at the lire. Tho raiu was the most Feast." It was u feast of "reason ami a Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, the parched up earth and making COMPANY, is Hfn in tho we had had (or a long time, but it was (low of soul," the only feast that can satday and, night. hump Itself. There not enough by a long ways. isfy the longings of the higher inspira LEXINGTON, KY. old land yet. , Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal German millet peed at J. B. Foster's. m Two good rooms in my stable building for rent. I. M. Bruce. j Fort-ma- n rWl N I I . . i i -- - 1 it p 5AKiN POWDER Absolutely Pure . I i r .,n vt. I l T . 1 1 Gow-rn- Ixx-itigto- u ESTRAY. OPEN JUNE io, rula-tivi- i t Lincoln , Stock 1 Farm, SIcKINNEY, e BELMONT CHIEF 8689. SUMAC. 2 4 llamble-tonia- io-- 1 cm-Mntit- ly sweet-6ixteeno- .1 .11 , S30 the k exor-riM'- J. Proprietor. eil HiiOTiRAYo jwteft1fte "M.6.RUPLEY,-e- - Dun-Mil- FOR SALE. Springs Summer Goods Fancy & Family Groceries PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. FARBIS & HARDIIT. Saturday, June - Cumberland Valley Land Company l I -- ! July crepe-de-chenea- The Most Popular SALT PAINTING. firt-ilas I s, For Sale Twenty Kuildinjj I-o- J". IB. FOSTEE. JE7ArEI.ER, f v'w - W. B. McROBERTS, DRTJGGOCST V CREAM lexington.kyJ Has the Newest and Latest"Styles of Wall Paper, Mabastine; The Best and Purest WhiteLead and Ready Mixed' Paints and Neal's Carriage Paints; Shade and jkifflnk GOOD BREAD Largest and Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks Sil- , CREAM FLOUR two-iuonth- 'a yego-tatio- n - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT A ROMANCE OF feci overburdened with gratitude for tho mercy you'vo shown met" publlahod Every Tuesday and Fr day On a aflrWhen not no paid S2.50 wW e charged, K. i. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7 00 TI m BROTHERS FAWCETT. certain afternoon Gerald woko to tho convictiouthat he had been treating his brother shamefully. But tho blunt truth was simply that ho had been forgetting, all this while, if such n person as Sylvan Mnynard wero In 11 CUAPTKlt IX. Train leaves How, and at a. m , returning it 5:10 p. m L. & N. LOCAL By EDGAR TIME CARD. 1 5 "P South- The latter trains also carry passengers. time. Solar The above is calculated on standard time is about ao minutes faster Mail train going North ' South Express train " South ' " North Local Freight North !"n 131pm 30 t - ..050 am 147 am nam ATHRILLINGSTORY Full of Startling Incidents. "You're horribly Bevcrc," she replied, In a voice that seemed lileo the quiver of DR. W. B. her thin lips translated into sound. "You never liked me, and now I've that to contend with nt a timo when every Office South side Mam street, in office recently word I must say will help to mako you iracated by Dr. L. F. II ulTman, Stanford, Ky. hate, mo nil the harder! Lucia was in a wretched state she was n very ill woman indeed when tho came to my DR. L. B. COOK, house. She pleaded of me not to let you SURGEON, know she ltad found refuge under my PHYSICIAN AND roof. That's whnt she called it finding STANFORD. KY. refuge under my roof." "And you didn't exactly detest the Omco over Mi Robert' Drug Mire Residence, phrase, either. I can quite understand James 11. Owen property at the junction ot and Dam ille pikesthat vou didn't. Please go on, Mrs. Cnldcrly." "For a great while she seemed to mo R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. on the verge of complete prostration. I believed her mind was going, and yet, DENTIST. now and then, she would act with such Office on Mam street, opposite I'ortman House, entire sanity that I again strongly upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Uas gnen for painless doubted it. She would never leave the """"""STANFORD. KENTUCKY. two little rooms, mlno and hers, which were connected by n door. Sometimes she would pace the iloors of both for an hour and more, with her hands clasped PENNY, Oculist. lie - 100-o- m W3SI.X. At One BOHXaSTG do the I am well prepared to bore wells and will work In a Rood manner and promptly Dollar a Foot. Stan,0pd,TK5i"; Call on or address me at FOift SAXE1 Lot on Main Street in Stanford Containing t crms easy. acres. T R. WALTON, Stanford. A. C Lauham. John R. Castleman. ROYAL Insurance Company, OF MVERPOOI.. BA11EEE & CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, and iter face the picture of despair. never tell mo just what it was you had done to her. She would merely shake her head and promise me, in trembling tones, that she would mako it all plain by and by." "And meanwhile," said Sylvan, with huelcss face und a voice full of irony, "you were very willing to take on trust any evil tidings regarding my treatment of her. Hut once moro pardon mc. I interrupt you too much." "Oh," cried Mrs. Calderly, "you make my task bitterer than it isl You heap horrid reproaches on me by your sarcasms. I pitied Lucia that was all. I meant to advise her returning to you as soon as her mind got back Its lost She refused, with great obstinacy, to see a doctor. Then sho fell into n brooding state, and I grew still more alarmed, dreading the melancholy form of madness. This was not long ago. One day she suddenly grew violent, and talked of you, with a llask of white liquid, waiting somewhere cither to pour it down her throat or inject it into her blood, and so poison She-woul- bal-nnc- e. her." "Ah!" gasped Sylvan. He rose, and his pale fnco seemed to grow paler, Commerce Building, Louisville. whilo a slight, hollow cough caught him, one which his dead mother, had she Agonts throughout the South heard it, might have likened to an echo "What more, of his dead father's. , please what more?" "W. A. TBIB3LS, Local As-sat"The doctor whom I called in couldn't J1AMOUD. KY quite grasp her case, he said. Sho had grown quieter by the time he saw her. She had yielded to my persuasions and W HH tfflSffl my servant's, and had let us put her to W bed. The doctor gave her some sort of soothing medicine, and left her. That And night I was very nervous and hardly slept a wink. The next day she seemed a good deal better until afternoon, when sho OF SPECML IKTEREST began to have the same hallucination t about you, and begged mo to lock the T. doors of the bedroom and put the keys in my pocket. But I had no booner dono tliis than she began to shako with fear that you might be hidden somewhere in Oflicoof tho Cincinnati Cnlon Stock Yard Co , the nom itself, with the flask of white poison it was always tho llask of white CINCINNATI. MAY 14. 1891. J I obeyed this second poison. htild this "At a meeting ol th Hoard of Directors fit of mania. Sho had never been nt all following resolution was uuammou.ly dny, the violent that day, and later, when tho adopted: doctor came, she- - produced in both him and That on and after Monday, trulymyself tho belief that she was now on the verge of a marked change He for May 18, 1891, there will be no saidthe better. given encouraged me, and he had her something to charge made for yardage and make her jiass a tranquil night. (Oh, I've never felt till now, with all my reweighing on any live stock sold spect for the wonders of science, what guess-worwhat empiricism, is tho these yards. craft of all physicians, and how there's nothing certain about them except Ily order of the Iixinl when they're surgeons, though surgery I, President. V J. LlPPlNCOl J4 may kill as often as it cures!) . . . By eight o'clock that evening last Wednesday evening, it was sho had fallen into a very placid sleep. I was dreadfully tired, and lay down In my NATIONAL BANK own room, so near hers that I believed the least call from her could wake me. OF STANFORD, KY. But I must have slept very heavily indeed, and 1 certainly slept much longer than I hud expected. When, with a guilty kind of start, I wakened, my Capital Stock first Impulse was to seek her room." .Surplus Here Mrs. Calderly rose, and again clasped her hands, this time with supthe fact plicating fervor. "I I didn't find her Attention of the public is invited to Stanford. there, Sylvnnl She'd risen and someis the only National Hank " that National Bank Act. Under the provisions of the only by the capital how dressed herself (for certain of her depositors ire secured not, stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an clothes were missing) and she'd gono so amount equal to the stock, by athat depositors of from tho house," fund of $400,000. thU Institution are secured condition of the bank "Gone from the house! And you'vo statements of the Five sworn year the Uuited are made eachassetstoare examined States govern- not heard of her since?" Mated times at ment and its agents, thus securing aldititonal no hurried up to Mrs. Calderly and by government perfect safety to depositors. grasped the wretched little lady's wrist. and as the This institution, originally established "This happened last Wednesday night, neDOsit Uank of Stanford in 1853 then as the National Hank ol btanford in 165 and and since then you've had no news of Hank of .. re.organiiedasthe First National her none?" in 1S81, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of ; years. It Is better supplied "None." transacting business prompt now with lacilities for ever before in it. long and "And you dare to say it you daro to liberally than IvnUnble career Accounts of cot porations, fidu-- say itl" The sorrow in Sylvan's face "All nrmk and Individuals respectfully sohc- was strongly mixed with wrath. ted. this tlmo you never sent for me? All composed ol The Directory of this Bank is this time!" I. Foster, of Stanford: county j T' Porestus Reid, Lincoln "I'd spoken to the police. It was only about an hour ago that they ? j.V. Hayden. Stanford; S II IHughman, Lincoln; brought mo word that they hut! not hit " M. J. Miller, Mt Vernon; upon tho least clue, and doubted if they Harris Lincoln, ' S. T S. Mocker Stanford: I. could ever reach one. I wanted to Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, apare you as long as I could, Sylvan " T. P. Hill, Stanford; V. G welch, Sunford. no shot Into her speech a laugh that Stanford. W.P.Tate, was repleto with mockery. "Ah," ho ' OFFICERS; cried, as ho fell rather than sank into S llocker, President; J the chair l.e had quitted, "you've cerMcRoberti, Cisluen J J A.A.McKiunev, Assistant Cash.er tainly 3p-- :. --.j all along! I ought to His thoughts would not existence. dwell for longer than brief space on nny subject savo one. This woman whom he had brought back from death haunted him always, with her bronze-brow- n hair and her dark eyes tinged by flickers of tawny light, lie found himself clothing the wliolo incident of her rescue from death in colors of picd Ho Imagined her torial appeal. flguro standing on tho threshold of a tomb whoso inky symbolized death itself, while sho stretched forth a glad hand to the lamp he bore, ami caught its rays upon her kindling eyes and parting lips. Ho would have liked to bo an artist, If just for a short interval, and paint this picture, lie felt the desire to paint It grow all the keener when ho was ilrst admitted to the chamber where sho sat. Mrs. llrawne had been very kind to hor, but If Gerald had given a closer glanco into the face of his landlady he might have noted that the serene stolidity there was touched by an expression as of restrained anxiety. Tor Mrs. Itrawna had not been by any menus dull enough to fail of seeing a wildly Improper glare about certain recent occurrences in her establishment. What means had been used for continuing the former current of her complalsauco Gerald never knew and never thought to ask himself. Crawford Clyde might easily s would have told him, and have been the terms, ns it were, of such But Gerald, who had intelligence. lately trod on air, was In no state for cold deductions of effect from cause. He had every belief that when they met on the morning nftor their fateful experience with the elixir, sho qn whom It had acted so astonishingly would quite have recovered her lost remembrance of the past-- It gave him n sharp shock to And that this was by no means the case. "Still," sho said to him. "all is a blank." He seated himself beside her, and for a long time they talked together as though nothing strange had occurred. Her sadness now and then gave way to a transient mirth; it was like the parting of mists and tho glimpsing of blue heaven behind them. But the mists of oblivion were moro stubborn; these would not divide. Meanwhile they spoke of books that both had read, of poetry, music, art. A new and peculiar feeling began to steal over Gerald. It was like a sense of proprietorship. Death had given him this charming woman for hts very own. She had been; she was now ouco more, newly, and for him altogether for him! This meant the reward of his labors. He had dono her the service of bringing her baclt to life, and in surrendering her death did so royally, as all kings should do. That afternoon he said to Clyde, when the latter came and before he had seen her: "You will find 1'crdlta qulot and in a way contented." "Pordita?" queried Clyde. "You know her name then?" "I call her that in my thoughts, for want of another name." dra-perio- back-groun- d bank-note- But ho tried to strangle theso new suspicions nt their birth, anil went into tho chamber where Gerald's enchantress reclined, beautiful past all doubt, aud with a look of wistful worrlment in her shadowy eyes that seemed to reproach him for the distrust she had unconsciously roused. From the standpoint of the physician Clyde was disappointed in her state. Gerald hail described It as wholly healthful except for her fniluro to recall the facts which Inttmately concerned her identity, and here it soon struck his friend that Gerald had judged most 111. The pulse was feeble and spasmodic. Implying a threat of heart failure; tho repose of manner was Induced more by exhaustion than wholesome soneo of rest. In a little while Clyde had assured hinwlf that the desertion of memory, however remarkable, could not be assumed. Ho detected no further signs of the Intense dread and gloom which he had noticed in her on the previous night. But this half mournful indifference, touched by little Hashes of good spirits, bore with it no hopeful augury. "She seems to lie living an artificial life." ho thought. "Good heavens, what if the drug I was awkward enough to spill last evening were still breeding in her brain and body a kind of spurious vitality which may soon lose its force nud leave collapse behind it, such collapse ending again in a reversion to former conditions which would mean death? Gerald's father had never really exploited the elixir In which he so llrtniy believed. The plant which In his letter he claims to have seen briefly but wondrously revivified by means of the fluid may merely have apjKared thus mind; In a dream of his for ho confesses that he was 111 and suffering at the timo the phenomenon dawnetl upon him. Of this I now feel certain: the elixir Is u very potent stimulant. In tho first place, did It truly bring this woman back to life? And in the second place. If It did so bring her back to Hfo, will Its elTects prove lasting? Are they not, judged by this hypothesis, effects curiously incomhalf-delirio- Dr. A. S. PRICE, L3TTTLLL SURCKON DENTIST. l)ru si re, Manferrf. Oflice Jon Mam street COOK'S I SPRINGS -- 'r . It McRobertt' IBastin's Saw Mill. I line fini.heJ ns new Saw Mill on the Somor set pike, j milr Iiti.i siarlrrl and air prepared to furnish hv kind ..f It'MHrR, MIINULF.S I will .til th Arc, at LOW I si I'KIl 1. lum bcrat tha mill or drlitrr. to uit ptmhaxrs. Give W ! Kill KY ' me a trial Hi e, MAY I ill li.tlv.r Moid the.tntit ( at Staa ford or HowUnd it J. s pr M y A B BAST IN Situated tn a beautiful valley on Ilx River, about cast of Suuf.nl, mr the caiinty rwd j' , nii'.wfmm (riHbi'il to tlie Stanford anil l'reai h hwdlnK ei.illo plkr, will le open f .r ilmc seeking A )Ui t, pleanant an. li.lthlHl S'lmmcr ltestirt Ht-- i cla accuun.i, ilalloll. will le furnuhe.1 loguci. and. thf Spt1ri base been mj rtront.y o ei rW, the t'im ib If reusoiiahlw AtnoiiK ihe n ami tfmriili will bo dancing, b laltiiu, flshm ., iif C irriate will inert m t ut Ki.l;i, wh etc u 111 11 e i.( n notified Hn vitl x (rml 'l nl iinrij f I rm fir lxxril tin v luol l.y addi, 14 ' K, I 1 .m C'lOK hi- - , su, I ' . !'!. i'e 4i-i- Kentucky Central R.R. . Parai For Salo. I deir to sell nr (jrtti ol jho it 1. n rn, situ atetl about i f surt,,, milo imti on th ltuh llrnoLl. p, ,, 0,,, .itp the.il.l ihnr. h I here about $0 acres in wheat n.l rye, i'ie balance oflhefarmw.il mm tiinnthi t,xd of four rooms and liuhrn and a splendid barn, it ', watered and (nt ed. P i..nacii let cat) he i n immediately. Kor partituUr.. w J. P llailvy, btanford, or write the nn.irt.icned at Cincinnati. (Mi WIVHKRS. I f - "UI.l'JO CJ HASH I Ol"T J!..' dt Tho Shortest anil Quickest Re uto from Contrul Kentucky to iillpolnttiNort1. Hiiut. WoHt THROUtill I'RAINsCINCINNAT TO Mill I)MnUROimii and JKI.LIC I nati. Mnu between LoxliiRton and Cincin- and South-Wo- Kaa SCIIKDUI.K IN BrTBCT MAY Soutn-lloand- io,ii,i. No ' K, wm wssm m. Cure. ut ttruitrs, old or. skin diseases, eortu, Sniiion. pile, fistula ratchet halter burns, le iiison and Sruies Whec.str it ha. been use I it lis- - given w "ndrrful ititl.ction snd . its proirnits lor rennxtn, remark ble. Numr iu teitiuioniaN mil an4 .r fedM..I-nwill apprur in t'nt pue at 4 Ulei date !d (y ir J B Hii.t.lN m. ( r ..K) , . ) d. . N. I. ' No. s DnHy. -- i. m. imrci?, TOR?, MIS I.ve Cincinnati ... t 10 a I w p m, I "I l.vc Covincioa.... am t ta p in1 J P Lve Kalkaoutb.... aw 9 16 p. a . . w, .w j II IS n, An Paris r Arr I.taaagtoa. 11 io ijou p tn X"'1 I. c Patis ii j a at: . Arr Winchester., ii in p as! ! ... 7 5$ P Ji Arr Iltchnoad. .. i IS p as Arr -- t Arr SUBkwi...... M" P t. Kichncatt . . ' Jl ? a. j.....M....... Vrr ItWtir tots. . j i$ r .... I MiddlobotO J. i P " i.. K.Stj. a pa jpm " M nip l.aacar... ' i , "-- m North Houad. STABLE. r, Na. a. r , J .W . ?ESD N.' STANl'OI(D,K. SPKC1M T1Kllu.M. t.UIMIlR5IAU travelers ItetssMaiMl male bousrht ad nU Only horm.iand u u..d n llvtr ! j !. I.lvin(itot) Arr RtchnhMd..... !. Stanford .. .. r a I.vt Lancaster Arr MtchnuMtd. to ii a L ktchmond. t it Vrr Winchester. i o p Arr Pars . .. 1 I.ve MicldU-vUof-- . l a asi raj m JJ aa ,-- at at, t T Farmers Bank& Trust K Co. Arr C'.nnft n Arr Cincinnati 7 Lvt Loiufficn I.e Pan. I.ve ralmoiith " 15 5 t I .. oo to jJ ii JO i a in' 7 ao t ai'io tii p m,IO JC ", ? Jl as a ai ) a M, 4 am- a at, 3 : . a a amc ii , l atii n 4j pim . p nt a i. u. It niw fully orfaoutd and plete?'" Aloud he said tohLs patient: "You are very composed, I see. You aro qutto Paid up Capital of willing to remain hore, aro you not and wait quietly until your memory return to.vou?" "Yes," she replied. "It is peaceful and pleasant here In this pretty room. I am not happy when I try to think. At first I found it'hnrd not to try. But now I simply let I do not find it so hard. myself rest. It is easior to do that than And it Is very I supposed it would be. agreeable." in She leaned buck, with a her pillowed chair. Clyde watched her, for a moment, In his physlclun's way of not scorning to watoh. Presently ho half-ftnillb, snid: "You have no desire to sco any ol your former friends?" "Friends?" camo hor slow reronsc. "I did not know that I had any. Have: "No doubt I can't toll you who thej are. But hnvo you no surprise nt being hure. In theo surroundings?" "No." "Do they not seem strange to you?" "Strange? No. They seem quit fa-- ' miliar." TO HE 1 I?" Oa th.Maytvtlle Branch, No io. leaves Paris t 5, a m aad No. n, at 6 ij p m, arriviai; at Maytvtlle at io io, a at, and I to, a m. No leave .Maytvtlle at j jo a as, arrtviac at Pans at - $200,000. 7 40, a m No ti leaves Mayavtlle at i so aad arrives at Pant at a ro, p as. Those traias art . 15,000. daily cacept Sunday No i. dally tttallaaiMii etcept Hawlaad IMti. icn; which i. daily encept Sunday No ma. daily Irons I.oaiafusM to Ciacianati SUCCKSSOIt to TUB LINCOLN NATIONAL No. run. daily HANK OP STANFORD. No runt daily from all sUtiont pacept Ut Rowland lriw.Ua. which U Ataly cacopt Saadat (No up) with th tuao aaoaUMd aadat So daily etcepi Sunday the tame No 4 datly between Cincmaati aad I,f intm Ht nroviuont of iitcbaiiir. ttcootttor aro at No ti Pari, and Leaiairwa. Accaauaodaiion d fully prvjteied m 410 depoaitora in NaUunal ly Leave. !4ingtoa io oo a. at Arrive Pant Hanks, tharch44trantMc bld Individually iJ Falmouth liable to the ettent ol the amoeint of their stock ' No I J? AicoaaaaoeJatioa; leave. Cinrn,-aattb.rnn at the oar value lhetet. la addiliea to the Arrive id pat Falatouth dai, amount invested in such tharet It may acta rtcept Saiaday. adtniaiaUatar, triieoM, Ac, as fully a. No 7 Iavet ralaiouth 6 on a ta. Arrive. Cinan individual a aa daily etc.pt Sunday T thoe who ifinnid their huitineat to nt cinnati i 7 f e mo. ana r while tnaatsiat; the Liacttia Nalional tUak ol poiolaon the asaho coancctiotia al Wiachwtrr f. N. N A VI V R'y. . P Stanford, we we here Under our ataar thankt aail No. t carnot tbrooah cat iroea Ctncirn.ti trti.t thT il! conttana to traaaact thoir buanMstn ataatlletnorough and Cumberland (lap aad a i i i with ut. offering a f uarantoe for proasot attea-tiotoratedlaio ttatmn. to seat, our twenty years' oaportwco ia W.I. NlrtKON.-Ii.- and runt dairy Pat Aft.Ctnianati. htvolin: aadaa liberal acceoaatodmioat at are C T KNOTT TlOKK. with tound baatiag Tiass- Mir.;, r. i.n I K... At CrtC'lH-ni- ' IfSolfSlnr S. r II MOK.sE, i .ei Pa.. r Af ntmitms: "Ifir thin Si nl I inltnlir iiidiflf I .n, n W.lliaan, Mt Voraaa; J j. J. M Hail. Staatoro; J. S, Owt'oy, Staafard; vl aV J S J. Basbry, StMtVrd 4 r:- - J- W. I.oM, Staaiortt; A. W. Caiaearee. Millrcrvi'lt. J. K.Bouiluaaa, MtMlunvilii;, STANrORn. K . f r!y lor butinc.s with Snrplus, maartat , tcul. ;t,n it at I 1 r - Lf&ai 0"k3.1JW 'Te (.-- j r. Cub, Sunford Pr.Mdtat J B. , William Uouch, Stanford, Ky S. II Shanks. twt!ey..Cral H..ik Sift ONTIM kl). jW M rir.ht.ltlir J WU TO 'shippers of Live Slock. ... at k, "Indeed, I have confessed to her that I call her so, and asked permission to address her by this name whenever we now meet." "Is It possible?" returned Clyde, with much dryness. "All of which means, I suppose, that tho lady still recollects nothing." "Nothing," snid Gerald, soberly. On a sudden he brightened and went on: "In one sense sho recollects a great deal. It Is simply tho question of who the teas that escapes her. Otherwise sho Is full of the most refined past Influences, reminiscences, associations. Oh! my dear Clyde, you have but to know her and the charm of hor presence will penetrate you completely." Clyde pulled at his mustache for an instant and looked down. "I think I'd rather not bo penetrated quite as completely as yourself," he said, still with tho same dryness. Gerald drew himself up somewhat haughtily. "What do you moan?" he asked. "Mean? Why, my dear Gerald, that jou've lost your head over 'I'crdita, "Oh! really." II Hau(hma, C.n. keepe' V7... w THE SHELTON HOUSE, J. H OREEK Proprlotor. jZ5Sr. Ahua& -- rri'ii.i uiiiM s I !.il' ilfET""'!, , .tt wmifAVxm&v 'sVs. yt n rjK'c.v" ItO I vsaw jxn vartwtutw! "i3jac J WWi'V.IIH rV v KHrTMiV Rowland, firt-cla- - - Kentucky. reavnt aid rates 94" " t Open da, ami night. in cniK-'ti'-- iccommoliipriat Sample room and guodlixrv Making dirvtl THE London, 1 11ILEY HOUSE, Kentucky. uifllaatePW Vv St. l.ouis, Uriroit, nnerti n. IU Cent ltd Union pt lor aliihian Pciata. Chlcafo, c dt- - F. B. RILEY.'.Proprlotor, have moved to my new H"tel and am bottei the pj'il.c preparid th in e.er to actoaimodat Oonu I.irry attache 1 andesery convenlece viive me a call. 77 cr Ptww'tv'i" !tir New York, Washington, Indianapolis and the Vtt, Canada, New Filmland, Hiltimore, l.lice'an!, H iMj'o, a.oston, i'hilad.liihn, unket Kichnimt', time iollarrd.t.urt, Frankfort, K lkl.MA Mu.Mti m1 luukesi line to FRANK RILi. lv. II. FARMER, i 1VXTEHS P. W GREEN, Proprietor taken charae Of thit Motel and intend leping it at it pre.rnt huh tun !.ud Special attention given to the ttastli i 1 n TONSORIALrARTlST, STANHJRI), KENTUCKY, II irti r Sbn n M ain Nlrec-l- , op-- i 1'iiiinii II. i.e an I KiMles a l..rr r' your arid iitmncc I't pij,t ,itt( nluip tw. iiI i Ir W.,rk iliirrr h'ii ill, . Ii t i irfiii, iililU. I U jti I en i.miiih till ml 1 Solid Train., baajast Cart, tn o mtlci" he., I'u m h ud.nr Svj rr. hr.,uli Outchar.ttt via Chilian oaa, B,ru.iaglii.p , M. Ian ata' in direct conne. iiinp ea rout.- - I r tille, A.h.ville, LyncrLur and poinit iu t'le COai 1. a- - d , fS . n firti i I m ) a'. pjl ' VS fitn I p j At Chutanoofa for Atlanta, t n, CharL.i ,ti, Auasatta, Cnlutabut, Macon, Li public First-Clas- s Sample Ilooin In in ne lion Alto oan TER MACIC CHOLERA CURE! Pool and Billiard Parlors.1 FIRST s DA poinie I .ni li ie runnlntt tod I trains with cl. lice IN Mn in k in ir r Palace alevpitiff Can lo J ck-Mi,r w trsuut chaiije lor any Class ol p...n-- B I I llr.n.wirk, Lake City, Thomatville aud FI.OUI Savannah, Wilminy mii lij'.iHe and Montgomery, fi ii i, in ri. - Memph ,i... i .( t II VN"- -- t .ii, Hi, vitl. ke.i Anniti .li, i !iua, 'r unii", ii n, made at M.W OR. i 1 1 Mo-l.ii and Alt Mnnt.ville, K NS.S pcNiitt Ilcatur, B. riiBXlfTBB., Iiealcr In A-- Dumestic S200,000 6,500 1 WINES AND LIQUORS, Penn & Ackermin's an 1 Milwaukee bottled bet Klod at. ' beer Ji Fast lelfertn stri-el- , Preston, I.Ol ISVII I.K, KV hlcam bttl , My ir.f.ntbs beer, warrainrd. to keep t! wil lie fm n 1 at the sa'ofnaiid i ' n at terriu l(r s , Rowland TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line n Jackson and ickilmrj, Mist. SKri'Sep rt l.a., inakins direct ci.nnectiont witliniit omiimus transfer lor Hall it Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonm, Kl Pas.) and points in TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. Kor through ratm, correct county maps and lull information call on A'ciit.it J unction City, Kv UtANK V WOOI.LKV, oraddre.t Trav Pass Am , Lexington, D O LDWARlis) CChARVKY. n. r, v T A., Cincicnitl, O .l n. miiil.us trntfer for (Hlsestun Hoe jI i HI J J 11 AV 6 7yaBz.3ff- mZZ&.--- i TAR 01 D TUB GREAT nOUSEIIOLD HEarEDY FOB two-ce- rife lM Thousands of dollars worth of chick .iri deatroyetl by Chohru every J tar. 'It is moro fatal to them than all cither diseases combined. Hut the ni'i overy of a liquid remedy that tlio Microbes has been made. Half of tho young chickens are killed by Microbes before they uro lwttle is enough for fryers. A 100 chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using two thirds of a bottle, you aro not satisfied with it as n euro for Cholera, return it to tho druggist from whom you purchased it, and ho will refund your money. ,r0-ee- nt .8-- "STILL," Sim SAID TO HIM, UI.A.VK." "ALL IS ifr 1 . .iLimf' .vr a a . K " o5-i- yr as you call her with such romantic felicity." SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, "Lost my head? Nonsense. SORES, CROUP, DRONCHITIS, &C. "You're gone, my dear boy fatally gone. Don't glare at me. It's no use. PRICE 60 CENTS. Send three Cholera bomctiraes will bowl a man stamps for freo 8mplo box antl book. over just as suddenly or But I Imagined love didn't. It hasn't me in in I'll go and we our patient." Ho went to I'erdlta's room with tho Idea that perhaps Gerald had fallen a victim to tho trap set by some shrewd ABSOLUTELY PURE, adventuress. After all, those men whom he had bribed to cheat tho FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATHJ morgue of its lawful jlottam and jetsam AND NURSERY PURPOSES. tW how did ho know of what deceit they wero capable? They were fellows of TAE-0IChicago, CO.,, no special character, those nlght-rlvprowlers. Why might they not? nFor tale by A. R. Penny and 11, l Bourne, Stanford. i a jr -- I" : tffjsssEm .9 MyjW2mf,ivk(i )ZU&Wi.WYaUX1. i . sun-strok- TAR 01 D SOAP D - vvrafaaBBBBvBBBapani "T-T! n.vi.ti.T.wnai . aaj rr M er For I ale by W. II; McRoberts, lord, druggist, Sue Ilavinir removod my llarber Shop to the Cam merciat Hotel, I a in prbpared to accommodate ladies at well as gentlemen In anything they may wish in my line. Children alto waited on. Call oolite. JESSE THOMPSON, InCommercial Hotel. 1 ". ,m tViv. (f.taiM, a. ijafi laijaatt arai ttiiiiiitiii'iia3rit-at-iaaaain- )l .J