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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891061201 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. NEWSY NOTES. K Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JUNE 12. 1891. CRAB ORCHARD. LONDON, ft NO. 29 LAUREL COUNTY. H i H County Clerk Scovillc issued nmr-- t of Danville, 2 yoke of cattle, 0110 for M)0, ' ria on the fith fnr vtr.rii.w. v.iv. $.")0,iH)0. the other for 30:1.50. vell and Mrs. Ora Hodge, nee Tanner. IV'ttlilent HiurHon actually appointWe nre Indebted to Mr. V. L. Clif- I rof. C. It. Hrock otetwil his orotiar ed two ileinocruts ot tlw Are Jailers of ford, the clever asent at Mow land, for tory session for common school tmcliera tliu lnml court. courteaies extended to us while stopping Monday, with :: in attendance, which -- 1'. II. .Mayo A- Co., RlrhmotMl, Vu was increaseil seven Tuesday . at iiiiBiauou recenuy. v, ScidLv t ' -S- unday next ia Children's lost tlii'ir Inruo tobacco fuctorM, mm Day, and -- Mr. Andy Johnson has a'dde.1 a saah L.&-nt SM.(XW, by flro. the Hjptlst church here will obaervo it and d.or factory to his plauiii" mill and ' Tin lute Mr. ltariratn'i otUt flsnrre -- ..t wiiii flumu exernai", now t here i l.r, .mf,:..,. ! ii5J.'.'7J."i.W. iiBiiufbita. alter all th consisting of songs, lecitations, Ac. work but what our planing mills can . of tliu old Senrgent Win. Severance, Mr. Thorn-a- " furnish. Gunn-ii-l Alsur thinks Maine tho Cbappell and Mr. Joe Adams are Father Alvah Pulling was up to see BtroiiKCHt man tliu n'puolirsiH roukl Ht among tho dosen hereabouts who have us this week. W. A. Parsley la on" ou a MvU 'X in Humiliation for the riii!enrr. recently been allowed pensions of $12 commercial tour in South Carolina f Atiilrew Pontoon, of HHinshurr. . per moutti oy 1 ncie Nim. There nre Fred Pigg and James Johnson are on the &y who was hittun by a mnl ln.Miinj wtoka romo 10 or 80 In this locality alone who Same hilld of lmi.liu.ea in tl. ...... ..!...-.- . ., ., no, (UlhI in horribl nwny Ttuwiay. . iic T. t;,J. uiirniupiiieiu oi me ft ns mil come iu for pensions under the W JOHN WILSON TISDALE. ot Oningsrille, aftvr an I'Xjwriuiir "new" law, so Mr. I). B. Hdmiston tolls of Veterans was in session here Wednos- in twoyixira with ilnii: storiM sml bliu! An Octogenarian Who Was a Horse-maday, und re.resontntives from all over ns. Hi3 Day. tior?, law voUhI to repeal her prohibition Mr. Simon Hiirgitw, of Middlesboro, the State were present, some of them Tne subject of thu sketch, John Willaw, is at home with his parents. Mis3 Sue riding as far as so miles away back iu son Tiadale, w hose picture is eiveii nbove, Tho largest number of omisraHts in Martin, of Lancaster, in the guest of Mi.s the mountains. port in ono ilny mssd thronirh the was born in liuisu county, Va , on the Nellie Vantis. Mrs. Mary W. Fishing parties are numerous, the and is conith day of November, barjrw otllcu in Now York Citr Monday. went to Hustouville Wednesday to see lab'st being W. A. Parsley and wife, 8Ath year. sequently in his Tlio total was 5,:M). her sister, w ho is very ill. Miss Mamie Harve Pearl and wife, Fred Pigg, Mose Hie patents removutl with him to Ken1'lirou VanilorlMsn: Brothers, cattle Smith, a golden haired little beauty, of Parsley and Will ami Warren Scoville, a fanu honlerH in Atchison county, Kns., have tucky in 1M0. and buttled upou Somerset, who his been visiting Miss who went to Kockcnstle river between between Ctnb Orchard and Stanford near diM from boiim bitten by soiiio of their "Wilse," Maud Pettus, returned home Wednes- Livingston and Cruze's Ferry. They the old Harry Owsley pla.e. ntiiiiiulH with tho hydrophobia. day. claim to have caught pounds anil Tho court of nppouls lms nHirtnttd ag he ha always been called, early The invitation to Miss Alice Moore's probably caught half that much. the fondne. for thoroughbred i of the 1'uroUe court which tho "Tackey party" Tuesday night was re'Tncle" Jimmy McGee died Monll.tcl tho doath penalty nsaunst Anthony ttorbea, which haseharaiteriaedhis whole spond ed to by the elite of town, who to day night, aged 71. He came here in life and shaped its course. At the age Dun. an, wliokillixl Dr. (iorhntn. of an hundred and upwards, l""-- from Louisville, and was a carpenof V years he lecauie a jockey, and in the number KenTho only uouro m.ti:i.trale in gathered at her mother's tine old brick ter and contractor, building, with the tucky, J. N Campbell. 14 on trial at lM5,at the old Win. Whitlev race eoursu mansion, where so many festive merry- assistance of his son Jack, most of the llojikin.H villi! for for(;ry. Ho k a school near Crab Orchard the tirst ever makings have been enjoyed, to partici-IHit- modern houses that have sprung up in in Kentucky he secured his teacher and forinl hit pay certificate. in what society folks call a our town since. About four years aao Itnrilitley plond guilty maiden mounts. At that meeting he The idea was to have everybody he had a severe sunstroke und "has been on cvory count of miipproprinUinc the rode a (illy the property of Wui. Welch, dress In the "tackiest" style, and' right an invalid and suilercr ever since, and the great undo of W. li. Welch, lisq., of a (inula of riilltulalphlit. Tho 17 well did each beau ami belle embody the in his case death was a sadly relief. istnnford, ami piloted her to victory, char;u him with ttwilini; jti7:i 105. W. H. Catching went to Louisville lie also rode and won a race the Hume idea. The costumes, shabby, A Htatuo to thoConfwleratodimd whs and ludicrously odd, beggar Thursday night for the purpose of learndav for l'hihp Tucker. In the same . uuvciIih! at Frodrickdbur.J, Va. There was every imagina- ing the cost of electric lights and bulld-im- r s description year he rude in several mount at with imK.iiiiK ceremonies. (Jen. ble dress, fiotu the n reservoir to supply his three story high A In. Here track near HiinUville, llmlloy T.Johnson was th orator of the be rode Apothecary in two mile heats collared, l stylos of irood (Jneen building with lights and water. He . o Hess down to the yellow ribbons, found that the cost would be much leas Wild Goose, winagainst Ijirue ning Uen. Jaekion's A rainstorm iVtod! Butlalo, waist ant striped socks of the un- than he had expected, and in less than the last two heats and tho race. county. I inchw ileep in water, wreck-- e The old general, brin,: struck by the sophisticated "anob gal" of to dav. six months London will be supplied (in I two mw millrf and literally (cashed skill and darint: of the little jockey, took There was one little lady with white the language of the Hirbourville News,) pantaleU "aillace and a yard wide," an witn electric, macadamised street-- , and thu rroj in tho aectiott from the face of iome notice of him, "and this," says the the earth. gentleman ingenuoudy, "made ute a other with "more ribbon than Sal wore beautiful shade treea with painted old to the piinii ," a third with all the bonds boxes." There are now :tOh.O0O members tl democrat, and have been one over and gaudy trinkets with which that tho K niglitH of Pythias' and elno iw Uee Mullius escaped from Jjail Monsince." At the age of IS Mr. Tiedule 28 yemrs ago, the Hirt, Pocahontas, day. Ho had a knife he had stolen from nler h b quit riding an 1 took up the vocation of paid ut in Hick, tiaulh and other henrlm trainer, which was thenceforth the busithat old John John lessee since he was put in and long career Smith. There was one young ninn, when Jailer Uvell locked the door after ness of his life. Duriiu his A majority of th editors arc op-- p. spent chiefly whom a novice would have taken for a dinner he placed his knife in front of the in Kentucky, and mainly Hell to the propoae! constitution. A county iinonhinor, another whose bolt and it didn't turn clean over, audas In the family of the late Henry W. Far-rl- s, carbbespoke the "yap" seen so frequent- soon as ctraw vote taknn at the Press Meeting left he pushed back the of Crab Orchard, he trained stables ly at a tumble-dohIiowim! :.! ntraimt it, and for it. louit-ill- i' n railroad station, and bolt and made a long run for liboity. for Holvrt Alexander, Jamea A. a third who looked the veritable tramp. George Wren saw him after he crossed Tnnue. Dr. Kiiaha Warfield. H W. Far-n-- , 1'ierro, K D., was titlled by a hesey It was dithctilt for an onlooker to decide Main streot and gave the alarm, cauirht W. II. Harrow, of louiaiaua, Ac, Ac, wind and dust storm, and at the mim 0 who the ''tackiest" of the "taekoy" were, and brought him back. None of the bringing to the starter's pot, in his time, time tho thermometer fell front HO to nwardi-the mini to Miis other prisoners attemnted to i.eimn nl. such celebrities as Denmark, Joah Hell, but b vote near the (riioyiuu point, and frost w8 Alice Moore and Mr. Clarence O. liar-- though there were two who were under Waverly, Croxford, Pressure, Urey-foothreatened Tuesday night. of AWel Korah, 1!1 Hoy, and many other?. din. The dance was then called,' and sentence ..- two years in the nenittuiHii. Col. Pollock Harbour, tho people's until near midnight, the "tacks" kept ry. It all had made a break some would veteran turfman is justly proud of party candidato for ISovornor, has an- The fact the that in his long career as jockey time with their twinkling fleet to the study have escaped. nounce! that he will not run, Hiiice hit and trainer no censure was over tittered music of Scott Faris' magic riddle bow. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ownoouuty alliance lm-- voted aainftt air.iiiiit him, nor was he ever suspected A vote of thanks is due Miss Alice for tho third party movement. the delightful atlair and the gracious of dishonorable practices. In his old Hen Gabbard, Mackville, bought 5s A burly negro at l'ari-j- , who hucircri which ue he has the hearty re!ect ami confi- manner higuests. she entertained her 1,00c) pound cattle of dilleront parties, Hevtral preUy women on tliotreet, ciituo dence of all who have over known him. "tackev" at : to 4 cents. Advocate. near boiua lynched. The uui;roM nrm-- He makes his home at Crab Orchard with Fon s.lk! A No. young milk cow, themolvoH to roaist it anil for a while DEATHS" DOINGS. Mrs. Moore, the daughter of his old first calf. She is a cross with Holstein a war of rnrus seemed imminent. Dr. F. L. Lnodes, who has been ill and Jersey. W. F. MeClary. friend. Col. Farris. 2w. Dick Welsh broke into a cisur htore In February of the present yonr, Mr. for a long tune, died Tuesday ut his An orange tree 15 feet in circuinfer-onceanat i')ilion, Ind., and :l. hours Inter he Tisdalo attended a meeting held by the home near Peyton's ell, aged about 03. 50feethigh, with 10,000 oranges was m hi way to prison for four yoars. Rev. Jasper G. Livingston and Kev. A wife, who was a Mis Coppage, and on it, is the pride of Terreboue Parish, " This is what miplit be termeil "swift Mophen Colyer at Crab Orchard, made three children survive him. The body La. Secretary F. C. Poich writes that confession nud was baptized into the was taken to M. Mary's for interment, Another thurder, the outcome of the Chiistian 'Church. .Since then lie the doctor being a native of that section. Pulaski claims Sept. ll for its fair, Howard-Turne- r feud, has been comthe whole of his time to patient After a long and painful illness, which is going to neat ait previous rec- mitted in Harlau connty. On last Fri- she Iwre uumurmuringly, tho on'3 'day John C.iywood shot and instantly and humble instudy of the Scriptures. which of Mias Mary Cooper, The Anderson News leports sales of last, a seieue and hetithful spirit Thus at sister of kill John I lall. Cay wood Mirrcndered old age, he haa wisely put himself in County Clerk G. H. Cooper, winged its 2 cars of slop fed cattle at lj, and 3 do. luuiHctf. The latter weighed 1,315 pounds training for the greatetu of all "Futurity flight a little aftei 5 o'clock Wednesday at deor;e Barnea and his wife, of Jelll-1and went to Chicago. " afternoon. Iu August last she broke her Stake wore pieu () and tU Inshet each bv Fokalx! sixty head of cattle, leg It waa set and knit pioperly but Wliiti- Caps. The woman had run 0.1 MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. steers mid heifers, also several inflammation of the knee set iu and she with another man and because Harnea ever since, several yokes of good work cattle. Apply to R. John Higsby and Miag Ida Bell were has been bed ridden took her back the ire of the cituena was t. othei dieeaaes combining to gnaw nt her! " lJ,l,nf:". rab Orchard, married in this county on the Oth. nrotmod. 1'w'or Knott was agaiu defeatod. Mias Knitna Weld), of Parkaville, vitals. She has been a terrible sufferer. U. M. Clark, poetnyiator at Old Jef- not only from disease, but from fearful this time at Chicago, when G. W. Cook f arson, near Marfreesboro, Teun., waa and Joaeph Wycoff, of Nevada, ilo., bed wrea, which covered nearly one' and Racine both passed under the assH8inaled Sunday evening aa he waa wore married Wednesday. st ling tint. Distance ;s of a utile; time -- Win, Walker, the jockey who piloted aide. Miss Cooper was fully coiut-iouleavimt the honae of ronae lady. UU of her condition aud not only expressed l.:kil. M. S. UauKhman tells us that he has uaid that a prominent yonue mau of Ten IJroeck to victory on so many occaa willingness to die, but prayed to be at married to Miss Hannah Hutherfoul county is connected with the sions, made a splendid with h.s great at the residence of Isfiac Murphy, test, she was a member of the Chris-- ! Oeorge Dictator and murder. other tine stallions. tian church, about an dlO years old. An This is tho general ot Mr. Kuvanacraft Lexington. Two neuron verdict of those who The marriage of Miss Hattie, young-ea- t aged mother ii left to mourn, nud she patronized our advertising columns dur- tollfrom her house in Bath county, by daughter of Secretary Hlniiio, to aud the othei relatives have the sincere tug the season just ing her thai her husband was down the anded. of loviug hearts. After a a bad fix. Then they outraged Tru.xton Keale, minister to Persia, and sympathy load in Cattle are quiet and the demaud to John It. McLean, of short service at Mr. William Hurton's, light iu Cincinnati. her. They weio arrested and positively brother-in-la- w Het shippers bring Cincinnati Knijulror, is announced whore she died, tho remains were taken !4i.to 5, select butchers 4.05 to 51, identified by tho wouuui and a lynchiiii; the to tako place early next fall. Idiss to thu Hustouville cemetery yesterday feeders 31 to 4i ; hogs are slow at 3 to is probable. . and mortally Hlnino has gone t Kuropo for her trous- for inteinu-ntUreen Miller shot 4i; sheep aieiu fair demand ut ; to seau. wounded Nimrod Filiate on Trouble51, Iambs 4j to 7. HUBBLE. Mr, M. F. Hetherington, editor of e some creek, in Breathitt county. A Christian county farmer has set the Lebanon Knterprise, and Jliss Lillie Plenty of good rains in this locality, out SO acres of tobacco this season was firing at his wife, from whom with lllandford, a Hardstown beauty, weie and farmers aio encouraged iu the tho a newly patented machine. It has also he had recently separated, when Miller married Tuesday. The groom has just saved tho woman's life by sending a ball taken charge of the Knterptiso and dem- growing crop. Mc. Kubanks sold his an attachment for watering tho plants as sorrel horse to Pony Heasley for $'.'25. it sets them, which is quite an advanthrough Fugate. onstrated already that ho is a capable Conductor Wilder shot and killed a newspaper man. May he never bo wor- Mr. Hill Hettis is putting up a grocery tage in times of drouth. store on the new Danville pike. We iienro'whu drew a pistol on him when ried with delinquent subscriber. GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS. wish him success. Mr. Hrent Harnett lie ordered him to stop kicking the waIt is said that both, Miss Libbio ' I desire to say to my friends and pasold to 1). N. Prewitt 52 lambs weighing ter closet door down, and the other neami Mile. Mudaline Hlind, of thoM. 77 pounds, for $25. J.W. Hright and trons that already have spring chickens would have mobbed gro excursionists F. C, will be married this week. wife are spending n few days in Harrods - been coming in very liberally, and our him had not the train soon run into Cor. Paris News. These ladies burg. Mrs. Levi Hubble is spending a place is fairly alive witii them now. On Louisville and the help of the policemen have many friends iu Stauford few days nt Win. Hubble's. Charley Saturday, June 13th, at our openiug obtained. who will wish them the fullest realpurchased the right for a ' nic we can also give you an abundance from the ization of over hope of happiness. three miles pateut fence iu Lincoln county, in which of vegetables raised in our own gardens, city limits, nniirt.linnsaand bevond the e have beeu eating peas for a month G. B. Horner, formerly city passen- you can use oiu pieces in mo lence. sold in tho Highlands for 523 to 50 per and our potatoes are as large as hen eggs. front foot, with a depth ot isu teet, trom ger agent of the L. & N., and nssistant Smut is making its appearance in ninny We haye at least tiye acres in garden unpaved streets to imaginary alleys. to Mr. S. S. Parker at that place, has wheat crops in this locality. J. F. is thought to be improving. G. A. stull'. Come and see us. Location of the Eastern Park and liberal been appointed divivision passenger Respectfully, use of printer's iuk did it. Louisville agent of the L. & N. railroad with, head- Swiuebroad has sold his walnut and D. G. Slavghteb. quarters at Cincinnati. cherry timber to Forsythe. Times. -i I j i:i(iiimi-iiiuruvL- -- L. Umuiiitui & Co., wholesale boots ninlslimw, I,ouisvHl, liavo MM for H. Hronau'h sold to .lea Fox FULLS HOTEL, - U - , vilif-Hitiult- sho'-vuiiu- I--" t$m z '. 1 sVn JLrl iksVbSIBBn!JssBBVBu3sWtBrHbm r mMV sVBBsV Xn 7PfcPBBV9f JkHD 1.- n 1 ls Gie.-diai- KT' " i m$ Si i rv7.SHH!fc5afflKWK3tf mtMMMmimtimmgxi m aaKj'J"5 ijsisix uf?!'.!. mxv . . A T t'aihk'w. ,J58 WH-ji- r rr !' Bn?VIHVJr.WaPV9T" L &! ' hK dMflRa bthbI avavavavavs'-a- rir VUlk umjmtm mmmmmmaa i d 12-- sVsVys-BBS-s- 'icci-iloi- W rn't M. rSTjO? UrssssB.lQaJJ!A:'&j m I a'WSW sir r WA iSf wrtm vruty T. - .7 - " l oalab-lishe- d 0P32TS JXT2TH 1?, 1391. r: e "new-fad.- " MRS. NANNIE W. OWENS Proprietors. J. B. COOK, indict-munt- old-tim- e, out-of-da- Tm1-lay- Con-ley'- wide-sleeve- long-trai- car-ion- How-ere- d ssBisxSXalTilrBHBHPR'k 1 dusky-skinne- d capti-vnte- d heart-smashe- r, ii-- w Grin-stea- d, USB te i.a v WMSP&w ' ;'H 'IH . .it i ails Br$3HSSK& t, 1 .... Boating Httntlnfi -- - PBWiSgBEBSllrv; j W- 1S!8WW' TERMS- el S- Per day Per Week tu Servants (white) Senates colored; 7 50 Children under 10 years, half pi ice Sio oo 5 00 .tUt4 FJ . 1 in! .ma'io' , - ijr.. OWENS Si COOK, M - f"i fi Ky. cl jtts-,0- THE WILLABD 9 LA 1 1. UK, do-vot- S-- THOROUGHLY RENOVATED Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green 1 0, A. V. Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE. KY. W. K. LCGAM, Sulliwn. J. L. Marshall, Lierks. Jont". J. J. Ilatcs S2.50 Per liny. A'd IMPROVED. Court-House, Manager. - Tlis Old Belia'ole Jeweler in tits Lead. I -- 5W&32 ouic. 10. 6 ' -- !i -- n -- ' Watch V A Has the a Penny lart ur.d ' a w-- lus-ti- ll - ' mmmg;, V ?vS-- ' MOST COMPLETE STOCK i TCI vr ' j j Fit-jat- ever shown in Stanford at prices as low as tlle lowest. watch-maker- s in the State, Remember that I have one of the best Repairing. Don't have to who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry 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. tcd and I guarantee satisfaction. J -,- YUsWv k3b- 1 J- . V - A. C. SINE. J N.MENEFEE Stanford Lumber Yard, The best selected stock and lowest prices in Pe-ga- ti Central Kentucky, Mtl-lersb- urg LUMBER, FLOORING, SASH, CEILING, DOORS, LATH, SIDING, BLINDS, SHINGLES, Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. Cow-pasture- s, WOVE2T "W1HE A1TD SLAT PENCIL SINE MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. Rig-ne- y CX.&SS IsTTMBER FIRST designs and specifications before letting YARD. your contract Examine our -- We carry a full stock of everything found in a orbuildin". & l v . it i .,.. . .'--J ft-l-ki .. . W -- "ffi! r Semi-Weekly V.'Wr 'pTST J I I I 1 I W "A JUiKiu of 'be county court Bhall bo elected by the qualified voters of each cattle must be provided for by the owner. county nt the regular annual election in e' and costly arrangements must be the year 1.VJ4." Thus reads Section H(l V. F made. Delav ensue. The market de- - of the proposed constitution. "No olll- clines. The fanner is ruined and nil cer of any city, town or county shall be Jl'SE 12, 1S91 because one man held an unsatisfied elected in the same year in which memStanford, Ky., judgment. bers of the House of Representatives of piin: A judgment is rendered the U. S. ate elected." Thus reads See week Constitutional Demagogy. npu'nst a turnpike. As is well known, tion l."i. Members of congress are by I, cannot escape the observation of monev is a scarce eommoditv with these present law, elected in the even num candid people that a spiiit of deinaKOejy, corporations. IMvideuds upon shares of bered vears. McCreary was elected ii always unwise and never fair, inspiretl &toek aie unite smnll. They are not pay- - '1)0. His first succes-p- r will bo chosen parts of the new constitution, it is mg institutions generallv. The roads are in 'W2, his second iu'iM. Which election thought by many to be a capital point in kept up chiefly bectiiiM' of their great will be void, that of the county judge or the buihlini; up of a reputation as a peo- advantage to the local public. Hut the the member of Congress '.' An act of ple's man to declaim wildly against cor- judgment is rendered. What little congiess has llxed the tiiye for the elecporations. All distinction, pointed out money there is on hand and the small tion of representatives. Perhaps, to equally by law and common sense, be- amounts due as tolls are needed to put avoid the possibility of causing a vacancy who tween tht use and the abuse of corporate the road in repur for the benefit of the in the otlSce of judge of the Lincoln been closed, power, is given to the wind. They are public. This small amount is siezed un- county court congress will so change the charged with avarice, covetoiisness, der attachment, and as fast as it accumu- law as to require the election of fraud, deception, oppression and other lates it is likewise siezed. The road gets successor in odd numbered kindred enormities until the supposed worn. There is no money to repair it. years. This would be very kind in con- -climax of vituperation is reached in the It is abandoned, and all because one gress, and doubtless it will bedone.since all embracing denunciation that they are man has an unsatisfied judgment. a democratic congress would hardly faIt is easily seen that if the Constitu- vor knocking a democratic county out of "soulless creatures." And if the rhet-ori- c needs a coloring of more distin tion is adopted these illustrations may its democratic judge Hut, grateful ns guished dye the peroration is rounded become examples. Who but an anarch- we may be to congress, it is much to be 'v-1'Uy1'1 A on", amid applause in the galleries, vith ist wants to see such things! 3 c; V It is no feared that it cannot change its laws fast wonderfully didactic and original ob- answer to this to say let the corporations enough or often enough to conform to 6. the I'nhap-pily- , servation that they have neither souls to pay their debts. It sometimes happens our kaleidosopic constitution. c: It! further declares that be paved nor bodies to be damned. That that corporations, like individuals, don't Section colors 1 the operations of incorporated companies have the ready cash. Reside, under the the next election of county judge shall innv be inspired by such sentiments or existing law there is a wav to compel occur in 'H7, and thereafter every four characterized by such conduct will be corporations to settle, and a way too years. So we strike odd numbered years bllOCS admitted. And the same is equally true which is as ellective as any other remedy in all elections subsequent to ''!. The .. men s of 10,000 men seeking individual prefer- and which does not interfere with the best way out of the muddle is to abolish ment and who never owned a share of rights of the public. When the judg- congress. Let McCreary ami his succes Etock in any association corporate or vol- ment remains unpaid, the courts will put sors go hang! What the people of LinJut the property in the hands of n receiver, coln county want is a county judge, and untary. If one man within the limit of the and after all necessary expenses in the him they will have or "know the reason law and without oilensc to good morals, conduct and operation of it are paid, di- why." can acquire property by economy, by in- rect the payment of the judgment cred Mit. WATrmisox prints a personal card dustry, by superior sagncitv, or even by itor out of the earnings; and the rights to explain his in the Courier-Journthose happy chances willed luck, it is of each shaieholder to dividends is postattending the conference reason for not that man's good fortune, nor has envy poned until every farthing of the judg- of the opposers of the Constitution. He traduce him nor mim euluk ment is paid. Ucside this, if the capital an excuse to is heart and soul opposed to the concern Main Street, Stanford, Ky, the right to rob him. The like maybe stock has not been all paid in the corpo- and his paper will continue to urge its said, and truthfully, as to a corporation. rate creditor can proceed against each says he: "To do this adeEach has a legitimate sphere. Kach is delinquent subscriber. In this way the defeat but, persoual identitlcation with MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. untitle! fn tht free exercise and to the ngniH oi the individual are protected quately, all any movement, and all personal interest Mm. Belle Bnru.-ide- 's music da-- s full enjoyment of such privileges as nro and t,e Tif,htli of the pibtl nnj nnt .m in any result, must bo put away. I am will give an entertainment on Fnd. y not offensive to public morals or in con- - fringed. concerned in the adoption, or night. Yet demagOL'iies will shout themselves no more traveution of private or public lights. rejection of this new Constitution than Frank and George McCoy, the. painl-eThis is the guaranty of law as it is tho hoarse decrying corporations, even with any one of the two millions of Kentuck-ians- . have departed for yu parts ut With- their pockets crammed with expression of common honesty. free passes I have not a penny's stake in any known. found the uses and other substantial evidences of in such limits are to be their enterprise -- either railway or banking or Miss Gertie Weber, of this place, was of corporations. Outside of them lie the favor. The appeal is rarely made to rea- typographic which can bo directly or awarded the priio in elocution at tl e should be guarded and son and seldom based on facts. There is abut. The one indirectly affected by it; the closing exercises oi nutiiiuou ooiug-- , protected ; the other should be restrained as little sense, taste or decency in the inof which am part owner and Lexington, in a class of 30. discriminate abuse of corporations be- sole and punished. editor, not being now, and never ' Mierill Jones, who lives near Pine The uses of a corporation, especially cause they may abuse their privileges as having been, interested in the public Hill, has a large cave with a spring pass of those of a ijhu4 pablic character, such there would oe in abusing mankind at printing. I have read it carefully and ing under his houe. He is having a as railroads and turnpikes, are two foul. large, because mankind nt large have fairly, and I believe it will prove a verit- hole borwl to it forgetting water. 1st, the public have rights in them, and their vices and tiieir failing. able Pandora's box to the CommonA good lot af road scrapers and oths have rights Man is a ere ,ture of God. A corpora- wealth; 2nd, individual that it will involve years of liti- er tools are being received for road workin them. But, as in all cases where tion is a creature of the law. , One is a gation costly to the people and profitathere may be a conflict of interest be- natural, the other an artificial person; ble only to the lawyers; that it vill sit, ing purposes. Within two years our tween the public and one member of the and if an inquiry, based on history like a nightmare, upon development of county roads will be in good nhape. A old son of II. M. Thotna-- 1 community, if in the operation of a cor and statistics, should be instituted every description, until capital backed son, section foreman at Livingston, had a" conflict of right or remedy as to which poratiou had most dishonored by public opinion and necessity, finds a linger blown oir and was otherwise should ensue between the public and an the Maker, perhaps the the means, as it surely will, to set aside painfully injured by the explosion of a individual, the interest of the latter orator would have to take or to make its provisions inoperative; must be subordinated to the interest of a urtun. se,u. ine artinciai person and thus believing, I am bound to op- dynamite cap. The little fellow with three other children had picked up the of the former. This is elemental law. has violated law. The natural person pose it." dangerous thing in the yard near the very nature of civil has not only violated luw; he crucified It is founded in the Thk conference of those opposed to the hone. The child procured a hammer government. It is in exact harmony the Author of Law. new constitution, which met at Lexing- and said: "Bun, I am going to shott.' its objects. All taxation is based with Thk famous baccarat trial, which has ton Veduesdity, was attended by fully The children ran away. The boy gave upon the principle. The sequestration been exciting all England for several 500 representative men and was a much the explosive a stroke, when a denfi of private property for the purposes of explosion followed, knocking him government could not be maintained weeks, ended in a verdict against Sir greater success than its originators even of our William Gordon dimming who was ac- hoped for. Judge J. Q. Ward was made several feet from the spot and injuring without it. Yet the reformers esConstitutional Convention were gravely cused of cheating at cards when the chairman and L'rey Woodson secretary. him as stated. The other children was caped. Dr. Brown, of this place, principle in framing Prince of Wales was banking. The tri- A committee with Col. J. Stoddard John- called unmindful of this in to wait upon the wounded lad. the law upon the subject of corporations. al showed much of the dark side of roy- ston chairman, was appointed to conMioses Lena McClure and Mary have returned from Louisville, Section lEO is a vital stroke at the rights al life and placed the prospective King duct a campaign of education. An exof the public. By that section the roll- of Kngland in a most unenviable light-t- hat ecutive committee, with W. C. Bennett where they have been attending the Inof a common, every day gambler. It from the Sth district, was also appointed stitution for the Blind. Mr. Annp Ading stock and all movable property of ams and wife, of Garrard, are isitiug any railroad or company is made linble will bo a sad day for Kngland when Vic- and these committees will meet in Lou- Ins brother, W. B. Adams, was to execution or sale in the same manner toria dies. Cumming didn't care any isville, June HI, at 12 m. Among the place. Mr. 1). C. Poynt-ipersonal property of individual, thing for the verdict it seems, us he was speakere were Hon. Walter Evans, re- trustee in this school district. as the Alvah 1'ullins, of itarrard, pnssei aad besides, all the earnings, choses in immediately married to a daughter of publican, and Johns. Hhea, democrat, hero W ednesday on Ins return from a Commodore (Jamer, of New York. aud they made telling addresses. The visit to his grandson. Shakespeare Pearl, action, monev and other personal propcommittee on resolutions reported a at London Mm. J. W. Brown, accomerty belonging to them are subject to at II iyti is the scene of terrible slaughter strong arraignment of the new constitu- panied by her mother, Mrs. Mary Conn, tachtnent in the same manner and to the and the dispatches from there read like tion, which we will publish in our next left Monday for Arkansas Harbor, Te , in the history of same extent as like property where thev will join Mr. Brown. F. I . the dark ages. President issue. hands of individuals. Thompson has purchased the Jack Ad-- 1 Hippolyte shows no quarter to the in' To the unthinking or to those who surgents, 1,:,00 of whom Two years or more ago Kvan Shelby, a nms property, opposite the court house, it is said, ho has ami will move his family to it shortly. have not had attention called to the sub- had put to death in 10 days. young negro, brutally murdered an old Every ject, this is Ktmi.nin all right. But a litis ordered to be shot w ab- woman in Ballard county. A fter one or Bucklen's Arnica Salve tle reflection not piejudice or envy The !et n tlic worl.l fur cutf, lrm. out notice or trial and there seems no two continuances obtained by shrewd fever but reflection will show that it is all end to the bloody work. Fred Douglass, lawyers, a jury brought in a verdict of soret, ulrrs, lt rheum,corns Mue..illteller, trurt d kii. and hjnd, elulblaini, wrong. Not that it is wrong for a cor- our negro imprisonment for life. The people con tiom and oitivelv rure jilc, or no pay remr representative there, is trying cJ. It k Kuaraniceil tu kiv perfect MtuUctinr, poration to pay its debts ; not that it is to get away from the scene of carnage, sidered this an outrage, but were willing or money refunded Price Jj .enu per t wrong for n corporation to be compelled but he had'nt been able ale by A R. l'ennv, StHiilord, Ky to do so at last for the law to tako its course, till the For to meet its obligations, but it is wrong accounts. The negroes decision there don't like court of appeals reversed the Mtlea' Norvo unit I.tvur.I'UlH as a remedy in this that there is too great I'ncle Frederick any too well the li Act0 Hew ami the and L'ave Shelbv a new trial. This was a liability almost n certainty that the old man min una luiweis p,n, " ui-moro than thoy could statnl so boiiiu n j,Terv iJr. ,t- inruun" speedily cure i. is afraid ho too inav lit muilo ti pilirights of the public will be infringed in Inru tl... .I..u t rpul ,n.n ,.nr.r.vnr..il tlw. ,inilnrntulspi'iiritii' ,, ae, had Ute, men. liver, clnl'lreli nMipi' ,. s I'livnitilml for vtiimen. the enforcement of the remedy. Let us the neio took him out uiul hung bun. milileat, uret 50 ilwc. ?s cent. ssn The I'hiut of the knint of Labor, H0 fought like a tiijer,nil it was only ulA.lt I'ennyV Stanford illustrate: Mr. 1'owderly, has issued an addrebs to 'after ho A judgment is rendered against a railAil Important flatter. was shot that the mob secured road. Execution issues on the first day nits ivmjmis iirKiimtlieui to vote aj,'aiiibt him. Lynch law is always to be duDmimUir everywhere report that tlio sales ot the Hetor.itive NTino a nervo food and it may be done. Armed with it the the new constitution, and niakimj a plored, but it cannot be denied that the medicine ur' tmtunisliinit. any ttilntf It Ktvet universal allfac sheriff proceeds to the depot. With his strong argument against it, concluding C0Uit8 frequently give its advocates great tlicy ever h il, whileneriniutness. sicepiemnusi, Hon in liiri'uctie . tr u y ,.....:... spxiinl dttitliiy, iiaeUnclif, poor ti.omorv, Hts, arrival there a large train laden with 500 1... Buying; U Kiiigiu oi Labor or provocation N. dizinei. i ie I., liiirlun. A. Ot.. Troy llcli. ,YO.; passengers, men, women and children, other reformer can vote for the new conM irpiiy. of Il.ittie I'reek. Miliary ml , and , of Tort Wayno, I'n.usi: the Lord The last copy of It. Woodworm I'd pulls up, The sherill' levies upon the stitution in Kentiu ky , no citizen who hundreds of olmirs ttatn tli.it Ihey never hanlocomotive and train. Ho takes them in would not bar the way to progiess can the Convention llecord arrived yester dled iiiiy medicine winch sold so rapidly, or Trial bottles ul thli day, containing the closing acts of tl o i;aio icli H.uMactlon on custody. The people, home of them rich, yote for it. nn, hook Ncriou Diseases, April irre.il at A It IVuny's, who guaranlcus an J rrer body which put up the shutters many of them poor, with through tickets n Thkiik is no longer any wonder that 11. I'ublie I'rintor Johnson wns not to tccoiiiinoud-to distant homes, are dumped upon the I'nlltiros In I. Ilc. Maine keeps such creatures as Heed and blame for the tardiness. The great men platform. They may be a thousand People In luinos In in manywaj. Boutelle in congress. The Bible ociety had to have proof sheets of their won- morality, fill reltiriuu in tiapptnesi. and In in miles from home, without money and wqaU Wi rl U oflmi an uiisuspuctO'l that although the population is derful effusions and after changing them health.of A (Mlurem lif. If thn Mood dor not cautu with scarcely a change ot raiment. The repoits all nearly American, it found 10, llilfam-ilie- s to suit themselves took their time to re- circulate properly hi ih lungs tlicro Is short or bicith, ujUiihj, otc. : in the hraui, rights of this multitude are violated. nes who confess that they never go to turn them. lipud.it-hretc In tho stomach, wind, They are outraged, and outraged too by puili. lndiitstiihfaint spoils, ito , In the liver church, and y&2 families who do not own torpidity, I'onk'eMion, l'aiu In the law which in one place declares that a Bible, b'ueh cattle can be In addition to the mob's woi k in Bal- Mumlilur and tloipach olocaused lr tho loft Hide, l heart strain bought and a railroad is a public institution, that, had a legal hang- I'or all those maladies l)r Miles' Now Curo for lard county, Kentucky tho hnart and lung is tho host lomedy. Sold, for damage, and a driven to do anything. under pain of a suit ing this week. Lev James, a negro mur- Runranturd and recommended by A. K. I'onny. forfeiture of its chatter beside, it must The democrats of Shelby thought that derer, paid the extreme penalty at Hick- TrcutUc free carry every passenger whopresents him- Hon. J. C. Beckham had served them man Wednesday. The job was very arself with money or ticket, ami in anoth- jmtc sutliciently in the con. con. and so tistically performed, the neck being broer place declares that tne rights of the sat down hard ou his aspirations to be ken and death resulting in 1 minutes. d When Daby was sick, wo gaTO her Castorla. great traveling public may thus be legislator. John Botts beat him for repIt will tako four volumes of 1,300 When sho was a Child, sho cried for Castorla. one man who has an un- resentative .J07 upon by pages set in line typo to hold the speeches votes. When she became Miss, sho clung to Castorla. satisfied judgment. of the spouting members of the late Thk news comes from New York that con. con., many of them worso When sho had Children, tho cave them Castorla. Again: A farmer of Lincoln county work wonder ships a car load of cattle to the city mar 3Irs. Frankie Cleveland is mukiug baby than rot. No people. their own will bo makers Its buried by tho ket. Before the train reaches the half clothes, Hurrah for Grover? J talked it to death. Interior Journal SLlTl'prTl:: -- WALTON OUR BARGAIN SALE as crowded our counters to secure j Inaugurated last has proved a most remarkable success. Such throngs j Offerings were never before seen. This week the sale continues and those have not yet taken, advantage of it should do so at once. 'hile many we still have many more equally as lines have ITOIVDKR? -1 ry'a 4GRAND : TO COFFER una offer plain Chemise at Joe; tlCI'SVIJ i l-- 2c L 1 price at Jiats and Gents' ,? Calicos, suck brands ut Si nipson's, ,nierictin, Indigo and Purple, oc; plaid and striped Worsteds, W inches wide, 12 yard; Mohairs in all ladies Slipuers Too, worth SJ.2,1; children's Slippers hoc: ladies fine button Shoes 00c; dents' lace Shoes 31. IO; gents' Congress Special bargains ill OUr Clothilld flnnirfmnn't im niVpv 7,n,to 1.2o. Knee Pants 20c; children's.. Suits SJ.iO and an: iJ " . vi l( ly ""' II umlh Suit r.? ' i fin, l up; up; men s Cassunere Pants, 2' diiereilt patSuits from cJ.oU terns, $1.2?. .Jlso great bargains in Carpets, Oil Cloth, Straw Matting, ULCUS sPcwl hat gains inAFuslin Cndcrwrur ire L'tiuiuiut'i y J-2- OUC: LUUlCS J-o- CStS Ut -.- - r i -. wishing Goods. Lggs bought at the highest market s al THE t LOUISVILLE STORE L 1 my F A. I'KIIAXSICY, Proprietor. .WANES A Nil GAHKIKL, .liana Kcrs. jay-eye-seeW- r, fp 1 toi.y I vlVimiiP I "' cf w i'i jus r Mil. I. ( wr itli tfi nu tlinv i IctifWii "it u it ,e, IW ii n . I rttiitdi, HiniiM Mart ftMtntu a, iniu it j ntioitN i xk. (Ill, Uory On c i I i I of lf .ir V i, J It ,: ' i mo ,jf QUINN'S OINTMENT, j ItisMielH-ntprcimrAtl- Courier-Journa- l, f. I 1. 1 1 utn rcvoiiitiiitt nl I I r luu' !ec"-fri -- m i I Mi , - u. rj; It rrrp.yf; TIlArF VAUK X I'r ivSt..1(r v r ' kit iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini 'mm ji. .'ui) r w t f rrr a A: CO.. Willi. linll.N W.ll. I.M per linlllc. if Aut trait )c f'u hit' f !t ni ( ur lr lli;..t . j iiiinnii iiiiiiiiiiiniiiii.J share-holder- OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE In Kvcry Dcptrtmcnt. Just deceived a Well ,'lssortcd Stock of White Goods, Ginghams, Teasel Cloth, $c. n-i- Also nice line of Ladies' and Children's Shoes and Oxford Ties. Nice line of Worsted and Alpaca Coati and Vcts, Men's and Hoys' Straw Hats, all fre.sh no old k'oods in stock. Highest market price paid for Cross Ties, Wool, Gensenjj, leathers, &c. J. Fei-gus- I. W. E. PERKINS, Cummins, Salesman. AT- - ("rah Orchard, Ky. r 5i;B.K. &W. H.Wearen's i Your Double Shovel Plows net, And the best Lubricating Oil you can bet. Ca'cs for your dear little pets; The latest styles in Toilet Sets. ilr , Refrigerators that never sweat, "Water Coolers lined with charcoal jets. California Canned Goods at Reduced Prices. chj-ie- principle-rei;ul.ititi- K DOCTOR TAYLORS -- . - -, ' URE FOR CHILIS IPREfAREDBY BICHflRDSOH-TAYLO- cxi't'-ilin- . .o . FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS.; ENTS FOR SALE BY AIL DRUGGISTS. R URE JL I MED.CO. ST.LOUIS MO. B - . dizzi-riuA- , . iiAXsCalAVJfcKBUWBBBBBBBBHHsMBHBMBMBBBBiMiiMMiB for I recommend It an Infants and Children. di- 1 train-pele- "CaMorlaLssowclladaptiMtochiklrrnthat Cantoris cures Collo, Constipation, himrblonmi'li, Dliirrho'd. Eructation, superior to any prescription bleep, and iirotnotcsl I KilU Worms, II. A. Akciier, M I)., ksonn tome." gestion. HI Bo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y, Without Injurious medication. Tils Currii'R CourANY, 77 Murray Street, N. V I v 1! Semi-Week- ly Interior.Iouknal Ky., Jt'Ni: 12, 1S91 Geiiman millet peed nt J. B. Foeter'e. Fi:iii kiln of brluks (or sale. BTANI'Oltl), dune direction, Kivinc a be n ho) at Linnlettn ntiu exponni e ro benefit, you may return the botHoc K snit is the ehejpi'St and best. J. tle have your money relundcd mile Springs tonight, to which all the young this "Her bvcane of the wnndcrfiil uccpWt of I)r . Foster. KinR'i New overy diitini; lat keaon' epi people in this section are expected. demir Itavt heard nf no i ao in whiih it failed. tt.c.WALTON,uus.MnnnKor Takk vour eggs to thu Cash Bargain Try it Trial ottlc frerat A K I'enny's dniK get p.' J cents pur dozen. Jou S. Store and Oniso tothe numerous other attrac- store Large Me and Jt. Jones. MEANS BUSINESS. tions there was only n small crowd at the .VKW ADVKIITISKMKNTS. K.m.ii.wim, bountifully and artistically Minks killed :S7 spring chickens for Hale's Well ball, but those present had TifKiic will U . Hape Bali,. Our nameBakes will go to Guaranteed Cure for ha Grippo. We authorize our Danville this afternoon anil play the Dr. King' New advcrtiiol ilriiKfriU to nell yon Diicovtry for Consumption, W. F. Centre College Coritn and CoM, upon tint condition: If you nine. are afflicted with La Grippe and rem.i 2l REMOVED. -- edy an ording will tine thit It fair trial I i -- . Having Removed My Stock- - r Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- - at A. It. Tunny's. wnrr.uitwl. M'jtairtti tit A. It. IVnny'H. H.wxyonr Wiitcli, Hod: mul JktWflrjr Aft work 1U:vjj:mkii Unit nil silviTWitre. watt-hi1)- , unpH, iKJiiht t A. It. Penny's will ln i'iiKruv'il fret' of tiiarut. A, PERSONAL POINTSr 1I"V. It I! V. H. M:ii.kk retiiriiotl from Ixn-millf i'ii yrhtminy. Tom LAbi.i'. jn'iit w?venl iays in tlilH wt'fk. Mns. V. M. u'IIh vas Is the Mrs. J. A. Cuttenter. i piti of n Por-tm- J. It. Ai.roitn tins bflt'ii very ill with brain trouble but K. M. butter now. it HiMs, of tint Ainuricnn Co., is lii'rt) sulioitin buinet9. It. Carbon went to IjiiIs JrtMu: Wb, T tIIIu Tmwlny to ilrivu bis jtonv Imrk. Miss.Iiinmi: Wariibk, who bns boon ttt'iitliii' Kcbool in Atlnntii, bns ratnrnod homv. Mhs. P. II. Iimil, of Danville, bns buon tho pmot of tliu familr of Mr. T. M. Whlt.t. 111 ansitt ,MisfMiiY II ill Vanot Prf. J. A. Chtf'THU in tbu Rowland nrlitol. Miw. Mamir Pr.v.v, of Dauvdlo, is with lier .mreuU, Mr. anil Mrs. John M. Miltubutts, Jr. Amtim ii lit iiiiAHii hit 8 gone to Bolivar, Toim., to prml the ttooioirr with his urnmlmotber. Mrmm. A. t'H!Nuv ami M. Slitivtr r helping the boy in the tonitvillo Xtore this week. L. M. I. sulky is at bom from tbo rro s course to twniHTato a little after a with tbu chills. V. II. AMI) (iMHuK 15. Wxahi.v ul Pick Newlaiul sru hi Uotuiowi Uklnp in the roniincnrpNteiit. Mn. W.It. Willi m, thu Walter A. Wood tivMUKuliai, baa been Joint: thb lection (or the last . IitJ. W. 1Utis, ewi'Urjr of tin ljfttirt'1 Oxil Co., PitU'burK.iiiii wifo worn eouftUn uf bis iwri'iits tUis week. MieB V'.vs.k Cot rth ami her brutbun, went to i rit'tinlnu k Krl ami Tavudny to tjittitl tvirnl wuckp. Mit. John A. Mi on with went to (itft'iisburK Wfilnt'wlay to tuctify in n ilaui.w cam iiK'niiiht thu I., it X. Mil nii.Mhs. J. S. lkciiiw anil Mrs. ilurphy t to Itock Ciistlu .pruiLH WViinwIny to spfiitl thu siiiiimur. Mil. S. s. Mm:ri, who is down with n bronchial trouble, was much bettor antl wu hope will noon be out. I lit. Hit, a ItKiDattumlutl the reception given by Prof. W. K. Atro to the Centre College cIuks of '7, anil reports a royal tune. Mn. John A. Ai.i.iin went nH far as Lebanon with biH ilitUKbter, Mis I.tiln, who left Tuesday to visit frioiuls in Ijouisville. .Miia Fox Pknninuto.v nml Annie Hnlo went over to Dauvillu Tuesday to enjoy tbu festivities that place allonls this week. Mit. J. II. HutniMix wuntup to Tuesday to havo Dr. Hurdett see to his eyes, which have k'ivch him much trouble of late. Lewis Iloonnud Komi MnbterW. J. Wash, ohl friends of thu writer, were here TucHtlny. It was the llrst time we had heen Mr. Hood sinco 17-- '. Mif. W. K. Uxii:k and her three children, of Nashville, nru guests of Hon. John Sam Owsley, Sr. Mr. Manior her thither but returnml. M. H. Mi Ai.istkk and daughter, Iiis. ;.frs. Willis L. Palmer, of Orlando, Fin , arrived Sunday, ami are the guests of Advocate. Mr. anil Mrs. A. K. Hundley. Miss mk K. liomiKY, thu hiuulsou o associate princiml of lMiHimlleld Son has come hoiuu to spend her vain-tio- n with her jmrents, ltuv. and Mrs. T. J. God bey. The ComiepJoiiriinl report of thu mmmuncoment exorciscH of Centinl Uni versity says thnt W. G. Lackey's oration on American lnilepeiidence was u masterly ollbrt. Wi: were very sorry to hear through Capt. W.J. Kinnaird.whopassed througli to Louisville yesterday, thnfour Lancaster correspondent, Mr. Louis Lamlram, continues tuite ilL tufe-siwi-oki, Farris v Hardin and got away with a nice time and a good supper. nearly all of Dr. Iteid's. Hack to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can Tun party in honor of W. X. Craig and ,.. at On M July (, of (J. W. Tkinni.it, our octogenarian W. d. Ilurton at Mrs. J. II. Kngleinan's, county n.liy, C mifi i u. Kv., athe office will the sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. Mu. All kinds of produce taken lerl. in he iiicctni; the LinUntiati and friend, places us under obligations for a Danville, was a splendid all'uir and hfld I'V ky Sn hreh I'lers ..f tlie lor the tn exchange. m Itnlroad Cn iim purp"e cap of beautiful huiiey, for which we re- heartily enjoyed by the large number of of cletlin it lUnr .f Inrnti rs of haul Company and for the triiia timi f h 'viioeM .l may IE guests present. Over iiou invitations bv hro'ight l'f ire tli" turn thanks. nit'tn' orilrr of the in irpor.ilors were sent out. l.VAKIe KlTCIIIE.Atfy. Sosin tan or more couples of the young Inlte, Ky nm , r.i Mia. John W. Wali.mk sent us a Mis people of town Jeannie Wednos-tlay- , FelamI atnl her guest, Miss Litbrow, of branch from her Inrgy rosebush NOTICE of INCORPORATION. which had loS beautiful roses and IxnUrille, Monday evening and report n T! in i to ghf ii'tice that I.. Kmirioo, II. I'. 'ih buils on it. Tlie feiae of tiie bush may moat enjoyable time. Malon. W J I'irkins, II I) l.mcrtcn and Kin hie have be imagined when it is told thnt it has nine incorporated as " he Clin oinali and Kentucky Siutherii Railroad ComTin: far mem seem to he hustling 15 branches nvernging as many losesnnd pany," with the princi) al plate of butinex at during this favorable At buds as the one sent. It is just IK years Yoiemite, Kenlui ly, lor th operation of a heteen Klnjt'i Mountain and Yonen.ite, anil out time yesterday not a countryman ago fcinee Mrs. Wallace sent us a heavily to enteiid (aid railway eaMward and westward to trunk line, with a capital atork of $100,000 tn he was In town aud the streets woro near- laden branch from the same rose hush. tiaiil fur In full and not to he iMueil until so paid ly entirely tWcrted. lor. 'I he Company commence htinineM on the firat Tub ca?e of George Welch for shoot- day of for Jul'i I'M Tim Hox. Johx Yoi'Mi Hiiown, the ing Henry Itoss at McKinney, Monday year, and n to be and continue a Hoard twenly-t'i- t managed by of I)ire. to lie elected annually on the rlnt Monday of flnest orator in Kentucky ami demooiat-i- c last was continued till Monday next, or cf each year, hut tht- incorporaton hirrm July nominee for governor, will address the I'ois not being able to npieiir at thu time may conatitute the Hoard until tht- neil annual (Ivcti'in The Company shall not incur any people of Lincoln at the set for the trial yosterday. Tlie doctors lis capital in cxceii r.( every-boil- y noxt Weiliiesdav at i r. M. Lot say thnt hi" chances fnrrecoverynre veiy flock I'nvatP property of all ilockholders is exempt come ami give the next governor a slim. From a party who talked to sev- from the .nrporate dit'ii IiWAkUS RITCHIE, Alt'v rousing reception. eral persons who are in jiositions to' Yosennte, Ky Juni ib .1 2 rlteot know we learn that Welch actod in JriM.a Auoks- wlio has recently been aud that be will have witnesses in that section, says that they told him to prove that he did. up there thnt but one man in Whitley Came to larm on the right of .Mar iH, a Yearling is for the new constitution ami ho is not Hki.ii. The examining trial of Canor paying for Cafl, owner can get by i!ircibinj? and patture ami advtrtiemrnt. jis B. W. 1. INKS. Stanford. a voter. Knox doesn't show up witli L. Hoberto, chargu with killing Joel And 1511 but three. The inrlnunce Parks, a Madison county oliicor, who was niir of lkyd, Finley and Wiluu is a big attopting to arrest Itobertb' brother, two thing in that region. weeks ago, at Jewell, was had before Came to iti hoi.- .ho 't uc i.ionth ago, an Judge J. S. Robinson, at Lancaster and ItllKKNR MaiIIINJA A Supply of resulted in his living held to the circuit Aldcrncy Yearling Bull, these excellent iiiuol lines is kept concourt without bail. The evidence whs stantly on hand at 1. M. Mrncu's, Stan- exceedingly damaging . p lyioc Pale iti g t w'u h and showed the M. M. It'liil' R IS. Jr ford, Crow iV Co.'s McKinney, and W. act to havo been an unprovoked murder. A. (arson's, Crab Orcbard, wiieru twine (ien. W. J. Ijindram ami Col. W. 0. mid rtjjMurs can alMj lm bad at all timra. LIME AND BRICK. Itnullcy prosecuted antl liu was defendre ('xauuiie tlie merits of the Buckeye i ne at Will Cent .t Hu hil in LanJ. o. Shields, general ed by J. II. Drown ami It. II. Totuliubaying. tions, Etc., Klectioii Notice. i i IB. IROTTT1. 11 I . ot ! I CLOTHING. I them-sHrof- c san. rail-wii- -- FURNISHING GOODS - - eourl-hoiif- ce 1 , -- , . e, nsr ie o ik:"W":e.a.:r, - BSTBAY. v 1 MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES r I TRUNKS & VALISES Stagg & McRoberts. "JIODEL GROCERY" bo-fo- I agent, Stanfortl. Uv thu change in M'hedule on theCin-cinna'i BOli. Southern, which went into ellect Sunday, afceoger trains northbound, that hi to Cincinnati, Wb Junction City 2::J7 a. u., .VJO a. m., I:tfl f. M. ami &.Vt p.m.. SomhlHiuiid 12::lJ a. ii., 12:17 i". u., 2M v. m., ".IS v. m , latter does'nt go further. IKttl freights pass at 1:'I7 r. h. iioi th, ami -' i south. 0-'- I wt-n- yet-tcnl- As Capt. J. W. Hose's train was crossing Salt Itiver bridge Wednesday, a partridge Hew in at an open window ami passing through to the other side struck against the gins, which was down, and Superstitious people broke its necl would regiird this as a bad omen, but the captain does'nt take any stock in that kind of business. Soi. CitAiu and lvd Itrown, both coloron ed, bad a lively list and skull "set-to- " sud Tuesday night in the burb of Maeksville. Lou Teeters, it neeins, had shown a preference for the Sol last named and the could not stand it and sought Drown for the purpose of ending his litful career. It is said thnt the light lasted lo minutes aud that the laurels are pretty evenly divided. No trial vet. sweet-scentejealous-hearted Hrod-bea- d Ct'MiiKiiLAMt Fa I.I.S. Thiri charming Si-it- . CITY AND VICINITY? ltitlt k for sale. J. It. Foster. Fhush flowers nt Peter Hampton's. FntMT Jars and Jelly Glassefl at A. A. Warren's. nameil Delaney hnd his hnnd bnd'v mashed while coupling cars at ItowlnniL Gi:r your binder twine from A. T. Nunnelly, best on tho market and as low na any oue Don't fail to hear John Young Brown's next Wednesspeech nt the 2 o'clock. day nt Lost. White dog, black spots on body ...i ,...! ritfht eve. Answers to Uilll Uiiu wi "Sain." A reward for bis return, J. F. A iiuaki'.man court-hous- u I .. n Cover, Found. Plain gold ring .on Danvillo street. Owner can get it by paying for this advertisement and liberal rewanUo finder. resort will open Juno loth under the management of Mrs. Nannie W. Owens ami Mr. James ii. Cook, ami we are safe in predicting that it will lie run in linei shape than ever. Mrs. Owens' experience in the hotel line iias made her a model hostess ami with handsome, clever and popular Jim Cook to seo after the business and guests, the place is bound to go up several degrees in public estiWo speak from experience church'affairs. mation. when we say that Cumberland Falls is Hew W. C. Barnes bns heen called one of the most delightful places in the to the Episcopal church nt Versailles. mountains, and wu nru prepared to setRev. George Hunt will preach nt tle tht! bills of all who come uway from Logan's Creek church next Sunday, at there dicsatistied. See llrst pagu of tins .'o paper for term", iVe. Rev. J. G. Livingston will preach at Logan's Creek church nt 11 a. m. SunHkat l'i'. Some unio ago, Anton a road surveyor, warned in with day. A young minister at St. Catherines, others, Fred anil John Ijicowitz, to work tho roatl. They refused to work and the Ontario, ordered a crying baby from thu old man lnul warrants issued against church and woke up n hornet's nest. Eld. James W. Zachary will preach them. This incensed them very much and the burly young rascals sought re- at Junction City Saturday night, and venge by attacking Henaker in his corn Sunday morning and night, June Litli Held ami beating him witli pistols aud and 1th. Owing to tlie progress of repairs in clubs till his head looketl like a piece of raw buof. Then they staited to skip the tho Methodist church, tho Christian Encountry, but ShuriH' Menufee stopped deavor, which was to meet theru this their little game ami pulled them up be- inoi.th, will hold its services in thu Presfore Judge Varnon. A rule was taken byterian church lecture room. Revs. Ben Helm and E. M. Green against tlie witnesses for the defense and n court of justice woro such ordained and installed J. J. Clancy and never in conflicting- stories told. It wns plain John Payne elders of tho new oimrch at that their friends hnd combined with Rowland, and Georgo Mooro and Win. them to get them out of the snap if per Rockforth deacons. The membership jury could do it, but it was of no avail now numbers :'0 odd, mostly duo to the and the two were hold till yesterday in recent meeting held there by Revs. Helm JliOO bail, failing togive which they went and Hopper. Rev. W. Y. Sheppard has resigned to jail. It was also shown that old man Lacowitz hnd been systematically perse the pastorate of St. Phillip's church at IIo cuting Itunaker for a long tune, and ho this place, taking ellect Juuu II.Trinistill retains pastoral charge of the was bound over to keep the peace. IIo ty church at Danville. Sunday evening, could not givu bond, but after ho got in June at s o'clock, Rev. Shuppnnl will tho jail olllcu ho decided to put up tho deliver his farewell address. Harrods-burDemocrat. cash and ho was released. Another F.mst, was also bound over to keep son, Good liOoks. Oooil looks are more th..n skin Jeep, depending thu peace. The.next day the old man upon ti healthy condition of .ill the vital organ. II put up money bail for thu wholo ship's the liver he inactive ou haw a biliotu look, il atuiilru h be disordered jou have a dyspeptic crow, ?S.")0, and tho assault cases wero your and if your kidneys be atTected you have a look Yesterday pinched look. Secure your health tint you will continued till circuit court. have good looks. Klectric llitteri Is the greut altho peace warranto wero tried, but thu terative and tonic, act directly 011 these vital boils and Curos tiimplet. evidence wns insuflicient and all four cood complexion. Soldblotchei, It. 1'enny'a civoa a at A. druR were released on that charge. toie, ;o cent per bottle. Run-aker, Ckntmk Cili.kiK was honorwl with tunny notable men during ilsoommunco-meii- t this week, among them Justices I jiniar antl Harlan, Dr. Willis G. Craig, of Chicago, Hon. W. C. P. Dreckinridge, (iov. J. Proctor Knott, Judge W. II. Holt, Hon. John Young Brown, Col. Elliott F. Shcpard, of the New York Mnil ami Express, Hon. Adlai IS. Stevenson ami others, who either delivered addresses or reminded to toasts. D wns a royal occasion in the life of the institution which lias sent out so many men to become distinguished in thu several walks of lift. President W. C. Young delivered thu diplomas, after announcing that thu degree of A. it. h d been conferred on Judge J. W. Alcorn, of Stanford. Tlie following is thu list of graduates: Diehard Apperson, Mt. Sterling; Thomas Reynolds Dest, Millers-burCarrol Dosley, .Stanford; Henry Albert Drown, Covington; William tirover Durton, Stanford; James Owen Cooper, New Castle. Edwin Hue Curry, Harrotlsburg; Archie Logan Denny, Shelby City; Thomas Francis Dolan, Louisville; Henry Nichols Faulconer, Faulconer; Graham Lawrence, Dagdnd; Samuel Doyd ltoger, Danville; James Grant Sebastian, Dooneville; Tyler Elliott L'tturback, Frankfort; Thomas Phillips Welch, Nicholasville; WoodniM' Williams, Cainphellsville; David tieorge Wright, Waddy; William Dell Hunn, Shelby City, Valedictorian. Our tow nsinan, Willie N. Craig, was booked to graduate, but owing to sickness hu wns not up in one ortwo studies. Hu was given a certitlcate in those be bad mastered nml promised a diploma when hu passes nn examination in thu others. g; caster. Stanford an the no;1 Imrlioid. I will alao load on ar at C'rao ,1 'rchard, Krick a hundred. ln- - me a ch inrr. at 75 MOD Kill l.V. I R, Crah Orchard. i6m d:ier I 5 FOR SALE. i Go Car-pent- rr ct to A. A. WARREN'S Meats, hre- - et t ck mthe lluston 1II0 and Creek Turnpike will ' e old lo the high-bidder Saturday, Juno 13th, 1891, At 8 . k O. in Hiittonwlle. l'r.YTUN, Aduir t; W. liobhitt. For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Rice, Cheese, Pickles, Preserves and Jams; Lamps, Glass- - and Oucenswarc, Tin- - and Woodenware, Jelly Glasses, &c. MYERS HOUSE, P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. have recently taken charge 01 thi Hotel and intend kerpini; it at it prcient hish standard. Special attention given to the tratllnR public. I n Fruit Jars, First-Clas- s Sample Room In connection. Alto Pool and Billiard Parlors. THE SToCKHOLDKKS OF THE Fancy & Family Groceries We keep in stock a full line of all kinds of Staple Groceries, which we will take pleasure in showing and make Cumberland Valley Land Company Arc notified that there will be .in election held at the Kir-- t National ll.ink, PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. Glassware, Queensware, Table and Pocket Cutlery. A full line of Baskets kept in stock, all of which we arc offering cheap to the public. Come and see us. o STANFORD, -- KENTUCKY PN- Wccliicsclay, r July 15, 1891, - To lelei t nino Directors fur the Company, and at the tame timeand plan' the old lloaru of Directors regular a111iti.1l mtftunj. All the will hold tlit-ithi1 lioaril are earnetlv reniiesttil to luemher-o- f INCINT HOkHNti, Tret be preiint l.b HOCKLK, Sc- rt'ary, C, UindCo FARRIS & SAHTJXir. The Most Popular SALT amfiiBmE?HBflmmBaVA4U0 sammmmmmW MammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmaW ii 7? a 1 o o o "i V WaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTaY.aaBaaaaa itaaaaBaaaaBaW&4rT aaV "! tHV-- aaaaaal aaaaat'M n J? r a V S On the market is the RICTS OF ROCK SALT because stock will do 20 per cent, better and it will go three times as far as common I have just received a car load and will quote low price. bar-rcl'Sa- lt. o x w 73 1 0 o o n o a i 2 S " - w l--rl B. FOSTER. W. B. McROBERTS. J". JEWELEH, Has the Newest and LatestfTStyles of Wall Paper, BRUGGOCST i5L3NTD 'ji n s S3 ICE, ICE We will J. 'liver ice o.itii morning .is follow: IS 1 N H t1 Every Shade and Color of Alabastine; Tlie Best and Par est VhiteLead and Oils; I Ready g Under 50 Pounds 1A cents, over 00 and under 100 1 cent, over 100 s of a cent. Jixed Paints and Need's Carriage Paints; Largest and Handsomest Line of Silverware, Watches, Clocks to do all kinds And JKWHLRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. il i M. F. ELK IN & CO,, Stanford, Ky. Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs a" id Chemicals at all hours, day and night. b 0 afr If Correction, Columbia, its Schools, &c. Interior Coli'miua, Tenw., Jan. 0. In a recent Tuesday and Fr day issue you n'nnouncetl tlie fact thnt Dr. Published Every lirldRtnan, pastor of tlie Madison AveAT nue Baptist Church, Xevv York, had left tf VI X'K.R. YlCAR,iy AD"" iNOB the Baptists and joined the Episcopa nut o paid S2.50 "".1 .e charRed."". lians, and the reason you gave was thnt, "lie could not believe in close communK. I. LOCAL TIME CARD. ion." It is a fact that Dr. Bridgman has llowland at ;.oo a. m., returning left the Baptist church and has accepted Train continuation iu the Episcopal church, at at $:jo p. m L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. the hands of Bishop Potter, and his reason for it was that he did not believe in i 3 Pm Mail train going North ' South ijipm eternal punishment. The subject of " South 113am Eapressttain " " North M?"! "close communion" never came up at Semi-Week- ly Journr. A B0YAL fegsy Young Melhsrs! ire Oiler l'ou ft Utmety irMri Insure Snfriy to Lift of Mothtr ami Chill, Tor Sal 8 I Imi m 1 1 siiiiii Twenty KiiUcling Lots In the corporate limits o Rowlard H "J W fk IOf4rl,ll..v' fS. jaf. p,M t C R I 1 . M-Wh- cn pilal few. DARST, Ronlaud. "MOTHER'S FRIEND" of ill J'ain, Horror nnlJUsk. Jlobs Conjltiftnettl Hi" tv1 AftTiislMMii-bottleo- If . .. 11 Bastin's Saw Mill, havr finihil ay rw Snw Mill rn tht Soirer-- t pike, 7 n tlr from Maniitil and am prepared to furnish any kind f LUMBER, rUXULKs. I will Ai , at I.OW'I.hl' I'RICKft tho lum bar Jt the md! or de.iver. to suit purchasers, (nvt m it trial INMtntu. MAYU M)D. KY I will ilelntr awrl .h,tnut hmls at St.1.1 f. rd or It.iKland M i j per M A II PAS I IN 4j J 1 ,1 - . : S ' m-- i- 1 ill If. '11.t. i.., '..',,9 .,,. . t. a s tiy? 3 Axmc uiOL, Lamar, M , J.ia. lath. Ml. nptill on receiptor tVnt char?.' oxi pr'oe. SI H per liot.lo. I to k 11 m - mailed free. ncaknxt I'rli-tst- l t Itntli.-r-' ut llttl- - pain, nnd li 1 ! .xprrliview in is Iu I'icli Srs. nrternard tiutl lls K X uc lt rt. iJit.vm'ii:t,D) sirc.i i. run ATLT,C.A. roi'j iv ai tri 1 tii W M rj d I .. b , NPlltoS'I 1.t .. I uhm . WA" at a? r a - m I'r.t li,. It t )l. of i'H'i. r Local Freight North East week was commencement week Solar in Columbia, which might well be called the Athens as well as the Lexington of Tennessee. It has two large female colA. S. leges. The Institute, an old and welles SUROKO.V DENTIST. tnbhshed school, is under the manageOffice on Main street, oer W . ', McRobsrts' ment, and has been for the past L'3 years, Dnij; Store, btanfenl. of Dr. Becket, formerly rector of the Episcopal church of this city. DR. W. B. The Athenaeum, a largo and prosperous school for girls, while not strictly denominational, is under the control of OfT.ce South side Mam itrect in office recentlj Capt. Smith, a member of the Episcopal vacated by Dr. L K H iffuan. Stanford. Ky. church. These two schools are patronized by young ladies from many parts of the B. COOK, I)K. country, several States being icpiesented PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, each year. The system of public inSTANFORD, KY. struction is very line here. I have never Residence, yet seen any better, not even iu CincinOffice over Mc Roberts' Drug Pure Owens' property at the junction ot lames nati. They are fully up to the times in and Daimllc piWc. all the methods of teaching. About 800 R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. children are enrolled each year in the public schools of Columbia. Altogether DENTIST. we have in the town and suburbs of Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, Columbia six large and fine institutions upstairs. Nitrous Oxidu Gas given for painless of learning, besides some small private Ca,rac,ingsTAXFoRDi KEN1UCKY. schools, with about 1,300 iu atteudance. Columbia as always had line schools, and as a result, is a place of much culture and refinement. The beautiful country around with its am well prepared to h 're we'lj and will do the s lands, its splendid turnrich and promptlj work in a KoJ niinner pikes, fine horses and mules and magAt One Dollar a Foot. nificent country homes, have all gained Kentucky. Call on or address me at StanMrd. for it its well earned name, the Lexingi 3al I lie ,,.j ton of Tennessee. The latter trains also carry passenjers The above is calculated on standard time. time is about 30 minutes Taster South. 6yam all. 51.1pm '!' " . - I 'l . HHI.','J, .. x.. - J.ntflr-- . it- - POWDER Absolutely Puro A 1 ! Ir. PRICE, all in leai.-nin,- . nicut Food ream ol t irtar tr ! 1 ton Tuffs Pi s OXTEES . Farm Por Salo. KISSIHa'"-17:70''-'-- K ,' a' 1 t PENNY, Dentist. COOK'S SPHIKTGSl Miilana, Dumb Chdls, itnatej in a l.eai if' Ii Klur, al liti jceveriiiiu xigue, vviiiu 'v mile east of unf rd. ntar the count) n.ul Colic, Bilious Attacks. an. I'rea '' .uiru inrai will u inr etjilllf pike, u.nnibe ..pen for seeViiiij a n wllt-1111 I ;tx:vrt ,!! C"i re- If ir" tu ell my Ijrm 'I ihout n arres, ilil a "it ,t4 mili itituni on tht n ut- if It mil Itraiul. piVe, opp itr t! f illthurih I heic n 'cut i rr in Mhvat mi ire tSe balance ft efiriii-,- l et in tirnt'i) ti i.l dwellinc k 11. hen ami a 'plrndid n If ur srn 1. ur. watered and frn Po-i car For pittuulars, ev J. r. at utile the nii.lrr-in- d I ttra - - -- ff, rinanl OLD KY. ROUTE trw 'It Nr V, . 1 1 S r V. WITHERS. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, int. Last 1 ..I'T C nut to I. I 10 cln.s .iccomnindjli..iN vrill and, rs the Springs hae I. el to rui I sory rei ent j open el, the terms will be reasonable) Asmin trie many aiiiiiMtnttitt will he dancing, Loiiiiu, nshlnj;. etc Carriage will meet gufMi at Ko Ian.) whin notified The season ot 1891 will with a Grand I'kniv. June iy. 1erms for hoard .an I111I by al.lrsii';F COOK, 5 I'ror., Stanturd K J. et. pleasant mill hi-- thtul the htiranier Henrt he furniO I , I 'ri Tlu'.v bn linxluro rcsrolnr, mitiiral neser ;rln if tuterl ere sltli ilutls luisliifki. Ahii TuiiiII.s ineilleluo, tliej iliiiii'il lio Iu us cry liiiuieholil. ene-Itulltiii- m i. br i iiu .kin I n All p. Corrected an I Ji uti "a.! iil) Hue uihl out Irom l.rsmeoa. ime Card in I llert May U, 191 . SOLI) 12EllVVlli:itl2. rtis, n ii it r f pii ie iven .! ' p-- I THE SHELTON HOUSE, J H ?' OREEU Proprietor, r Su r wi.l a( p?m in snd 11 I 'ttn u. rJ it pro) ir 11s, ''a. I i- n ami r r-- ii In. I inn 114 tt .t.iu 'lual II 15 Hus-tomil- le ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, Rowland, 1 - . Kentucky. a' t rates at room and g n! lurry yi- - u ioo-6- m Setenthand Market Streets, riper in c 1. .riMylas. icoimmoJiiu night sample nc ard n re"i I. M. IIRl'CIi ufffij, SPKCIAL Louisville, - - - Kentucky, 11 ul. ilatly at f tf asn, a .,Orlve iff 10 o u t4, arrlilaur at t, rewarka Ashland it 15 pea, Cail.ii-h.ir- g liontlagton 11 o psa w.l le veA i tc.l and i.imne.i tipreas icaies i.einif tun oeiijr at ave a later Jsle Made it pm, 11111. nevter ? r , ait sternnt 7 uuse Hill -11 t.aiietisburf i !. Asnisint 4J, atnvMg at Hit 1. INii f r ',K. Huntington al 11 07 pm AnMimudatHin. dailv, cet Sundnr, teare. Lexington at ts pm, ti'iai healer ; 10, Mt. kter-lin7 is. arm lag at I line Hill at 10 pea. Accommodation, dally escrttt Sunday, leave Islington at soani, Winchester 1111 psa, Ml. pm Iai1 leave Ollie Hill Sterlmt at im' un 1 1 1 1 1 truic W'hereer w .ndsrf ir, inula, airati'ies 1 halter it hat .aiisfai lion and di.raset, JCnsst I at Man leares t.ciuigton Winchester s ij. Ml Mrrlin; tound. j, WILL OPEN MONDAY, MAR Haunt; sold out our entire 1 WEIX 1 iBOHXN-- G blue-gras- in the hotel. 011 Jefferson street, we have moved to our old stand that e occupied fur years so succeifullr on Scicnth and Market street, arc now rlttini; it up in elegant shape, new throughout and the out fit will in esery way be elegant, intituling me ot IhM Hale's Safetv I'attenger and Raca Lle.aturs pii it with all the late iH.pr0Vfments Ve all I our old friends to cme and s us in our old hoiut We promise you that our iwrai, table and rtr e shall be second to aooe in the land M w if. Mi J II. Alexander, wants to be temmSefil t a our lady friends imd she will be glad to te th'i ami (ii them a lieaity reception rcS per l 1) IO. It. At KXANKFlt Mai net tot . iutrtt THE F. RILEY B. HOUSE. traselers Onlv nrst-c'.ass tnp..ojkv. fsa.sTm 1 shUiad a a) am, Catlett.hu n f 5 am. g y 01. arrives IliaM-In- gt KILET, Proprietor, - London, U Kentucky. e . ATI E.VTION t. COMMERCIAL Itorsei and snaUs bought and saM aor.ttaud ehLie. used la Urr ' e. ry Farmers BanM Trust Co. k't F IKASK STANFORD. K . L) 1 H. PLEXITES, Dealer 1.1 1 TAROID TFIB ts f "rsi.uei . AtiJ ready i r I usiness ntta Paid up Capital of Snrplu3, V S - - S200.000. 15,000. R. B. The Pulaskians Dubbed d Mahoxv. Jack- Tospoii vithft Hop. This pleasant .in.l he jtH'i. C."J V? VoV OlOLD HCMfOV Full oreijn A I) n estic ri'.it wi.. SALT RHEUM, CCZEMA, tt r w . nit -- We had an exciting time hero last Sat- unlay afternoon over the election of John B. Castleman trustees for this school district, brother Ed Carter said it was the "Pulaskians" who were running the election and that jack-they were "unlearned, asses," which caused a stir among the patrons of the school. Brother Carter does not send to the school at all and has not for some time. Indeed that w hole LIVERPOOL,. element of the voters was not rightly concerned and interested in the school BAB BEE & CASTLEMAN because they have no children to send, or at least they do not send ahy, except MANAtiERS, perhaps three of them, and two of these Commerce Building, Louisville. three were more interested in the school money than they were in the school. Agents throuijliouttbe Scith. Tor that reason, and that alone, did they work so hard to be elected trustees. The W.-A- . TBIBSLS, Local Agent, patrons of this school are very tired of STANrOltD KV not deriving any benefit from it. The state has provided liberally for the common educat on of the poor children in TO WHOM IT H1MCE this district as well as all over the State Only last year a number of Kentucky. Andof the children were deprived of this advantage on account of the trustees failing to do duty. And as the electiou of QF trustees terminated in a similar manner this year, we the patrons, do not expfct any better in the future. If Brother Ed Live utwill recall the harsh and uncalled-foterances he might save some future Office or the Clnciimitt l mou btock. Vanl Co , trouble. CINCINNATI, MAY 14. 1891. The above was penned by a VirginAt a meeting 01 the Board of Directors held this ian, not a "Pulnskian." day, the f Jbimng resolutlou was UHawniously H. E. Mamctm. adopted A. O. Lauhnin. will be found at the IV.rtman at Ferrili lire , Rowland. To the Editor of the Interior Journal ) when I will He piepired to acomm.niatt- hoar.!-e- r Ackennan's and Milwaukee bottled Senil a $ iu'o .im- - Cottac.McCokmai k's, June Jr. Please allow for at Sf at week, week or mealt roam. Horses kepibeer, m Kast Jeiferm street, bel. Hoyil and rent Jlaa :$ a LOUISVILLE, KY. Steam bottled me mupc 111 vnnr eolUUlH h or uctim a feted. Kvervlnm k lor a few words at J,.i beer, warranted to keep sl rcrnitha. My goo-l- WINES AND LIQUORS, K. i asses House saloon and . '86 IIUlll iUU MI.W. .. . ' WOUNDS, BURNS, SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. PRICE OO CENTS. been put m U'.ol condition and it in tine shape lor Pcid t!.rr tio-t;:- .t sLurva f Jr free s.iarJo auk ei. box nml lv. . REUBEN FLORA. H fn ROYAL OF c o V "OsROIDSOAPl ABSOLUTELY PURE, bull-heade- d 1 Insurance Company, mi a tJ m " . FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH, AND NURSERY PURPOSES. TAR-0ID CO., Chicago, III. V. L I '1 . " i A K. lf...v iirne. ERRICSSON, JR., turn mm O. Route unday t tsveen I esmgtoti and Huntington. Make direct C A (1 . at Ash lOttnetliati al Hunlincton viih ae ate tltpoeliort in National land w.ih S. V. K ; al Win. hevler with k C It f.liy yr HanV, its .harehoi4ertbeiM nld Individual!? R. north and suuih bound, and al l.enueton wiih N , I. S ansi C . N. U. A I P. Railroads t Ike asaouot of their Mock I. esteiit l.eaiagton and t' i.m at it t par value Iherrot, la addition sotke except Sunday. Olive Hill Atvnmntodatioo dailr Cemnextt at Wincbvaire in ard am uui imr.ted in such shares. It mar acta cse.ntor a.trtimstrator, trusere, Ai.., as fully at from K C petals and at Lraingtot with I. A N R R I jt loulsiilie an indi.ldlia. Lennglon and Ml Steeling Acrommcalaiiou To thine wh entrusted their nutalnoe to svs mnagiU(- - the Lincoln National sunk ol ruiisdsln eiiepl Sunday, and makes direct un njai necttoa al Winchester ! an I Irom Middleel-- " w c here lender our ausne IhaeUs t they wi I conttnuo to transact their bussMM ough and Ruhsnotid, and al Lealagtoa with 1. S uh us, onVring as a fisaraatee fee oransM atte- - Ry for Louisville n t aa.ne. our ifeaty rente esnotseesco In Ker full regard rates, rvutn. - A'c , apply lafymattoa inof lata or lconn, to lay agesl in kin j and a Serai ecvaeaafdatiens a naa ' vi.trtit will Miuf.J oaatntaj C L HRHW.N H. ' and . M I. J A MIlcTatK , kl J J Wil.iams, Ut. Vernon; (, W I. i I iivimivis I . M ' J. M Han, Stanlord; a. i Ki I ky J S Ows'sy, fetaaford; S J Esbr. Stanford ; J U Lynn, Stanaotd; 1 S A. W. Carpeoser. Mitle4aviUe: J . K . Baughnun, UuatoaviUe ; i t. Casta, Stanford ; William Goo..h, .Stanford, Ky p) w ith i I'.r sans (he aarne asaet and eader snanaxesrenl. )', pr.iM. iu rlsaiier, depositors am a HANK OP t. THlt LINCOLX NATIONAL TAXKORI), Fast Mail leaves Huntlncton daily at ' a am, Cailettbiitjt 0 j, Ashland i j. Olive Hill tin, Ml w lachester 11 oj and arrives I.Me iliac lust at it o pin i.aiifvu r.sprvss leaves nunTiegtun uaur at . .. Ullte llill pm (,aiie4isturc n, AsMlsnd Wmcheelii 4 ts and airltee I "3. Mt MetMng 4 al I eitnctrn 111 , usa Acconimodatlon, 4allr 'ept Sundai. leave. Olive Hill 1 am. Ml. Merlliur ft it. Winchester 1 it and arrives al Let login at I 05 nm AottxiH .xiation uaiis leaves iiuntin;tna ate n arrnee at ri rai, C'atletlsburg ft. AsklaadSunda andleaies Ml II dl 1 55 p.n. P.. ent Merling al i jo pm, Wim healer i 15 aad arrives at Lesmglnn al 1 45 pes Limited Veitibuled Ktprees runs daily and t as Pttllnan esltbulcd Mullet Mveiaers helsseen l.o.. Isville, Leiinglon, W'aahiagt. n Ne Mi. and Old Point Comfort This train is made pait of the celebrated Went JIoillKl i'7. - 1 1 l. Last of ItH Mail Trams run daily lluattnton r. v. v. .V on the C rtcept iJ i'.i t- 1 11 1 , . ir ala 9-i&:S- mo mm - Kt li.HPf 3 o Ily .1 II S.ia. President J H. co .. t in U Maud S , woud Jay Ej. Seeir.'J N.:t- Ho 1 Owsley.'.Ca.h.et e A . M fr'.Ht, I.i t -- S.-- c u U -- ir lltf tffimi " O a- W -v & z foi an j the .Ire of the daum of Maud S , Jay li,e i'id N11 . rod. f rncn.n. Jr., 11 a solid Mack, 16 bauds hith nJ eieii inch a horse. Hi celts are 01 K l iv le an.l coior,are suitable for Ihe farm tr na 1 1. tern varkei, rind beinv of uiiu.u ii!i g I (in not be excelled far taint tilt e bim atrial and lie convinced lie 'a trricnin iso 'Ms t w Htti ist dam by vn of D'dPllot lirooi Plhit, Jr., (u in J """" 1' l'a 4b fi rn. rsl H.H.lv,ef ,1 AL K5 , sal ijs. Uli. rz ?'tr.eaaBrnsi. I .v. 'iuk7 zmiv.mMi QvvX3 i'- WfflHBi&BBb wuiv&AvzMms&f avaW.afat yiiae, 'Lira'- eJf-- falls-s- ' 1 " j - ht VXXVXXTSAWli M 0saV.a,. t -- SPECJM IETEREST , o w pike road. The Small Sum of $12.50, Une.jualed in hittory' at luy stable .', in,, fr lluit.miillr, on the II j.tooville ,V Lil.eriy t Will also stand my dire . t . ti n ,n 1 111 i' for -- Central L'tiionde..4 M i Mi h Point.. . -- tl.Mt. Indiana ipclt. and the na la W "young Jacli. At TEN Dill.! ARS to insure a mire n Hi f 't p, ik w tl f ir hun Persons tree.'mg to either and then tra breeetoa: the i.urc elseii'heri renders K b l'OWKLI , New York, Wx-- Chicago, u ttaio. est. New F.uglslnl. lSostoxi, 1 V Shippers of Stock. f I i.' iiit ke r K. i . '.. halt ncre, Philadelphia, H trr Frankfort, K) time hmaiu, MKi.lMA Shortssl ai: ijuukevt line to n 1 f !. llu.tonv ill. , Ki 12. WATERLOO. t i . Ibtoxsojilvllvrtist, .le I ir. FAU3IKK, 1 .In . I 1 ina.'irt ratnv, bags 1'u.l-na- K - 1 in; afi.l . 1 1. i AM a M. B. Clnunch hns a cow which drojiped a calf 2 feet 0 inches high lust week. lltiv. A. J. Pike preached the fuucr.il of Woodson F. Camden to a Urge here .Sunday. His discourse, from the text found in 1st These., 1th chapter By order of the Bar.I 14th verse, wat very interesting and hi I'r.M.l.nt W J LlPI'lNtnl propriste. Air, Cuiuden being a Matn.ii the members of the Wnyuesburg lodge, BANK Ao. o2S, and of the Woodstock loilgr, NATIONAL paid their last respects in a body, maich-inOF STANFORD, KY. from the hall to the church. Itev. J. B. Abbot rilled th pulpit at Olive ."unday afternoon for I.'ev. A. J. Pike Capital Stock and Uev. W. Tranter pieached an interIG,500 esting sermon here Sunday evenini;. Surplus -JChndwick and W. P. White Attention of th; pu' lie is invited to the fact and little son, Johnuy, of Ciab Orchard Stanford that this is the, only Natioual Hank in Under the provuious of the National llauk Act. attended the funeral of Woodson F. depositors are aecuretl not only b the capital stock, but bv the stockholders' liability tor n Camden here last Sunday. Hon. E. H. amount tipiai to the stock, so that depoittors of Gooch, formerly ot this place, but now Institution ire secured by a fund of $400,000 this File sworn statements olliecnnaitioii cu 1117 uuuk of the firm of Gooch & Gooch. Somer are mule each jearto the I' tilted States goi eminent and its asset-- are examined at stated times set, Ky., was here the first of this week by government agent, thus securing addititonal on business. J. C. Grillin, of Eubanks, and perfect safety tu tlepoiitors. This iiistitulion, or. finally eitablished as the was here Saturday and Sunday, and furDeposit llanlc of Stanford in 1S58, then 1163 and nished some excellent music on the coras the National Hank ot Stanford as the National Hank of nzain Stanlord m iSSa, has had practically an uninter- net for the church and Sabbath school. rupted existence of 31 years It is better supplied Dr. J. II. Garrettson has a salo next Sat licw with facilities for transacting business prompt in its long and urday. E. B. Caldwell, Jr., went to lv and liberally than eier bef jicorporations, fiduhonorable career Accounts of a few days last week on respectfully solic- ciaries, firms and individuals business. a'Vhe Directory of this Hank is compo'ed 01 au-dir-. That on and after Monday, May 18, 1891, there will be no charge made for yardage and weighing on any live stock sold at these yards. WAYNESBURG. iptioii a .ii i.g ' i.i,miwt gh, ai,.oo a an. 1. sun my si ii. I'.ligree . coniSiii. li -- l la .1 'i w at Mil.. u Watt r.'jo -- STANFORD, KKNTUCKV, I vil,e, A.lici ill., r f ut 1 hat.ic ill matin- - t'ul direct m.i 1 1 .. ul ir 111 ciri, 11. Om ".'i.er. ., n smoking tt.i, sr, ,11 . r lliriiiiTiiri m wur ! 144J L 11 K. u r an J p in is m itik I r K taZr- - he pO III.I-- , i Roller Extract, km fAi" WVy. eVr t... - -- .1 a afiS' MM ORE IDOL-KIN- G irrcrttdi Extract FIRST g IS OUR BEST FLOUR, BUT EITHER Paymaster, be by Mambrino, !. . navr .ii ft. Im ware br Hay Mess. ii;. r. ' he bi MamMelouian, be b) Imp li r ll lam Kel hinl. bv Cannon Ml it, i. -- In n. a hip, he be imp. whip, tram. .Ii-i- i y Heriid; 3d dam thorough' n 1 I tip Ui'mifiie. Ha) Messenger's dan . a ,.,ii b codrd Meteriiger mare ai ' In t a fu !;. kni.'iiain. Wat. rloo1 dam by If cim . time, I., v Imp Vorkshue, dsin by W. (.Uri.jar: .'i data by Kosauih; id ilimi la a.lil c mare own. I ,Joe Ur'lu and ulum will siaul N.T.Li. Wai. '.''-- 1 ioal y.'ti. tpcv.1 and nrvl class sa.l w a. i rpc.r.l tit a ta Li hcli.'u, he by Mantbrltio Chii in lia- - n it. lUMI t.rI . -' i r M I J. i( Iu 1 r I n.irs ,i lllTtio'i tr ll. op on Mam Irr. li op j It ll . Tr 4 -l I 'i - t S.r ( , nh "w .Ii. I I II. Ir in iculntv rs t t "h .. I L; I, ' n, I ft arloton, uiawick, Lake 1. HIllS . ... llllsr tm fair Ailantm ' VI ) r'nliiniKm ( vw " Augusta, Ma on, Sa.nnh, City, Thvssiasville and H.UKI . .1 i ASMTER5 IVSACIC I' w . 1. he ouly line ruanlng solid trains r, titK'ir r laUce Sleeping 11, an l.- ) nuinirpii CHOLERA CURE! i .,' II 'I CT II I. i.i' 1, Memphis and Altk.W V.s .ru.ir. I an.i qui krsl to AnnisI n SiIiii.Mo r Pu.ct rmnecions made at MiU UK t s. rs in Inmiave. li wiili. ot cn.uie lor any dan Cirs wun choice ol passer 10 Jjl.. and Moatgomery, Hunlsville, Decri.r, i.vc-io- n, Ausiiii, Kitl. "it c niuiLus traii.ler for I. line t l TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. r rl.-- - At $10 to Insure a Living Colt, Or $12 o till weaning lime Llrn rt.niie ! 1,11 c lt till weaning time. tal en to pi .11 acl.Unts but co reepctisil should any occur. -1 will" t Si nil. !j .11. I) IhiO'ik'H 1. San tnnsleil r Pallas I r: Anumn, rl I'jki und poii.tviii ll La., Jacksnn and Vi Jin . t ii In .r, n ti rih 3200,000 GOLD MEDAL on C re u I TEXAS, ARIZOilA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Ft r llir.uih r.itea c.irrrct cruntj maps nod I 11 I nu 1.1 M. r. RL'SSELL, Milk-Uevil- le. Ky .11 o'tT-- s .u ..ail on 1 .T. C.C ltARVh i.ti Pass t rn.i.ir. At I) t. 11 Aciitat Jim. lion 11 . 1 111 I SILVER MOON IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR HlaWaOliD. j, HY MhTUOI'OLITAN S n ofllynlyk's llamblctoiiia'i. Cititi; rati O I, lliUAKDs. V A-- xn .it i,, r 1 .. Kj . Kl r A , , 111 ofStaiiford; iT. J. Foster. Keid, Lincoln Fore'stus I. - county ; I. W. llayden, Stanford J H, Hauuhman, Lincoln; S. ?n. M. J- Mi"cr. M- - Vernon; s, S. T Harris LIncolu: J.S. Hocker Stanford; n G. A. Lackey, Lincoln: T. 1'. HilLSUnforil; W, O. Welch, Sunford. W. Tate, Stanford. I OFFICERS:, Hocker, President; j, o. jouu J. ..Un1,.rtJ. Cashier: ?"".- - 7' . A. A. Mcrnuney, Assistant Cashier 9j-t- yt l. Dam, JOF.1TE, bv Wooi Chief, ;aj,Sirt of f ,i, lue KoLinsMi, i M.'tropi.lilan, by Ryiilik's ILimblelonian. .1 nil Hyacinth r.y olunteer, ruinUtu Clara, ilam of uexter aii.l Dictator, by heely s American Mar. Metropolitan a. kiiowlelycil to be ohm of the best i y many tne ver a Ixsi bred stallion ever lo.il-cThuii-aiu- ls of dollars worth of chickIliifull sister Reina Victoria, sold at the -sal. lor ii,o2i lilyho.t price ever pai.l fi,r ens are deployed by Cholera ovory )', lOUlSVUtt NmyitBAMTa CHICt60 fit'r(Q I rood marc at a pulilic sale Two fillies bj Metroer politan, neither of which vere eicr hookulsiin-lc- , ywir. It is more fatal to them than TO s. ' I at w.i Ii. sale for $i, ij?. averaging y, comblnetl. Hut tlto thief, h) llloid's lllach Hawk, dam .Miss all other Duncan ' Scott's Highlander, crainlani by Aru-tuof a liquid remedy that post-tiul- if tdilaiu hi 'llmoleou lllooil Chief sired Won-Ic- j ilimirtery Jim i 19 Fannie Kobiniou a aoV4 and Chief dfxtroys the Alicrobes has been And a i ll.oo.l's llluck Ilau k sired the I Ar.,ln.,.I...IAI.nH. j. , a s .....1ilamt of Yon tiiuile. Half of the younj: chickens , 01 -- l!r,M . ALL ' a" ' cu....... i a, nene iirasneiu 1 jo anil 1'rulieiie 2 Iaii.iranuam Etl Stokes, murderer of Jim Fisk, killtul by IMicrobes before they nro A POINTS 0 i Rlngolil is ij1 . hands hluri ami extremely fine aiv . and frj-e:cambler, saloon-keepe- r ami stilish Will make the season of '.1 at unlxittle Ls enough for A And stable at Morelaml, a mllet North of Hiittom ille is a democratic candidate for 100 chickens. It is guaranteed. If, on the Ilustnnvillc and Danville pike, ut $10 congress in New York, with fair chance Insure a Living Colt. Men reUliml on to after using two thirds of a bottle, you nil colts Ifuure I rebred to jnother horse or trailed of success. When New York democramoney will lie due. Grassfumlshed at $a o p,.r au not satisfied with it as a euro for ..,w,..m ,m,v i.ntu iui.ig.kiii cui.iciuiur escapes cy delights to honor such men as Ed Cholera, return it to the druggist from Pullman VcitibuU-- 1 IlulTet Sleepers and Pullbut no responsibility should uliyocur Cars on 1 naveempioieil Stokes, it is time for Grover Cleveland man UuiTet Chair change. all trains through to u A. Hoover ot Klnctv li ! whom you purchased it, and he will Chicago without n miirivcior me inis iiunns to emigrate. Glasgow Times. Go via the Monon and get the licit for the least the a io list. I have n splendid track ami will ban refund your money. die a lew horses besides my own at reasonable prl J. M Thomas & Son's largo planing money - For information address A., Chicazo. ces. For particulars ud.lrest, JAS. BARKER, G P. For tale by W 13 Mc Roberts, drujgiit. Star ij-iW. S. VIGIIAM, Morelind, Ky, W. G. CRUSH, D. P. A., Louisillle. mill burned at Paris ; loss 112,000. lord. THE MONEY- - mamsKKmxi m ' eat - I isnma TrrTpH 1. 1 d. .T'Lanmav-m- i jEt J jJeWe-- "j UK(AGrD9 "Tin,?' III.-0.- 1 '. dL-eas-es i, fiO-ce- nt fVt4aejaaJBB'B JJJJfTmaBVar ,. 1 '1 -- 1111 1 -- m mercial Hotel, I am prbpared to accommodate ladies as well at gentlemen in anything they may with ia my line cuuurcn aiso waited on. tall u me. IESSE THOMPSON. InCommerclal Hotel. e .. VVy rH tan Hailne removed mv Barber Shop to the Com MLi1 t. Ii aag'j