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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891061601 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. 0 t Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. Some Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JUNE HUSTONVILLE. 16. 1891. NO. 30 JU irF W v. (.. Cowan bought fumy rnvMIe HGTEL,-- The blaeklM-rrJudge Boyd Willi AMsiaiio, June crop in this section jnddiux of W. I. suM for f l&l. Sun e and others spoke here Mondav against will lw the finest seen for yenrs. Lexington meeting reported the follow-- nol.f A jna. iar,, un,j mule Colt to J. K. the nw constitution and Forester, of Tiie W. C. T. l medal contest will tUughnun (or.'0. Sam aoM to A hen Harlan, spoke in favor of it. Col. David occur mi; night at College Hall. We npppp th new constitution iwldinic for &.11U. Bro. fane The 5 oVlock south bound freight Y. Little and I will speak one night this raVaBBsssssssssslki "" JT in i nUM the convention nptidhUwl Thv wheat nbU mr ulni'ist ready week against it. Please publish ill your killed a good work horse for Pntent f,n,strttr' for the i kl and what little graaa tliu beginning the simple ''"', ' from now till coun- Moore Ninday morning. paper in every tion rcfuned to give its tho old conatlta- - meadow afford will mii invite the ty court Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Anderson have dy in July that I will speak in tion amended mid constructed a new In- - flatter of the mower. Wtd in corn Stanford on that day agtiuU the new moved in from tiie country andjgone to Mrmitciit altogether, ehamjintrthephras- - nVia are rapidly difiipeuritut behind constitution. housekeeping in the Unchan in building eology when it could rlianve nothing plows attd hoce, liitth-linddivide ill The trial of the Howard?, Mug raws on pring" Avenue. else. Hy this course It will throw into 8,ni of the extiem- - Went Kndand theio Maste.- - rrerl Newlund. who was and Fees now going on for the murder six confusion nil tlie derisiona of the conrte (g iul comfort in the muddy water sunt of James T. Middleton. They uskod n years old Friday, was given flaassssF'vTJ an excellent J fimft "jSjzY iUl f $ relating to constitutional iUAtiona, and down our stream from favored sur-w- ill severance nud Fee now on trial. Theio supper by bh mother, to which quite a is open n new em of lituntion, coqtlr rounding. Slaw tliearhool closed mid are 10J witnesses for the commonwealth nttmhei of his little boy and irl friends in ttn comlurt, annoying in it etlect. farutara have found employment, the and ') for the defendant. The witne3-e- s were invited and feasted bountifully on unsatisfactory in its couelueioiw. street of our town are almost thow of a come from Hut Ian and the witnesses confections, cakes nnd ices. deserted uiuhidi.alitr. Ileenuae the spirit pervitins It oine predatory scoundrel made a fees including mileage will be 2,000 in It if.. I uif .. ..... l...... Wm. M. McKinney is roaming (UMmsillll u at... pewiieiiiiiI il.mrtuiill i each case. What nu enormous expense rai.l upon Mrs J. II. ."Stephens poultrv around Hutton villa in queatof anything to the people of Kentucky! There are yard a iow nighU ago and 0 representee government. relieved it of nn toahip to mraet, having chwiied up 2.' lawyers employed, 11 forthocommoii-wealt- h ien or a UO.9H tine frying the legislature It deals with chickens. A Mr. of the people, and denies to their everything in bia neighborhood. and the same number for de- load of buckshot ought to ;be kept in representative tlmt dignity aul Author Arch miter, of i'oinl Level, Oarrurd fendant. Xmrly every prominent law- readinehs for such depredators. , of May Ity essential to n proper Ulance hetwe.n county, and no. Lynn, The Rowland school, which has been yer in the mountains cundovod. The wood, aent three day with T. Carpen-I- t commonwealth's attorneys tho three department of novernment. secured b- - J. A. Chappoll, is one of the ' are headed - IsfcSlVWSjKBBsl , restricts to an alarmiaa deree the, terand dill Cowan exerciaing the iwd la tKtk jlsitt ; lm ifjtt tixna.uittllllM llMtr. nest in tiie 111 .a. U allTJ UlSbt li u III JVlllll i:t p- U jfi F9V U,IIJ "IWl" " . MsSBBBSlViWSEEK" right of 1HI selfnovernnient, which U foxea of thia locality. With 17 pedigreed ney, Col. A. R. Clarlc, with Hon. David I"1". Mr. Chappell is fortunate in se-a sssxxaxssxC,TCi t'V . vnnv r kit van. 'vi7 .." .4 w&jx immMMWt5ai3?i?,r;M fox bounds they made ni)u h deons, ' the very life of free Institution. Little, Diahman, French, letter, Un- - curing it, but not more fortunate than r the distinction he hut not a brnab was exhibited as a It fails to ...., .. miu ,,$ ia me principal H r rwt.'u mTF rr iiikhh, iwuuiii inn uinrn, i uti ueiuim " 4',;vt-vj- r "local hitislfttion." which Is ea- phy. Bill Red is authority for the antM attorneys are : "a an.! lus talented iMtistiiit. Mh, ,. I m kutwt. i i 'tu -tm ess?'rfBSBE"'flMi axamR sssbm :? rrssriMfm 4. kv-i f rential to local progres. and "special statement that tiiey had a brace of well ley, Forester, Moore. Hall, Kwell, Craw Hill Vanoy. the right faculty to insure grants of exclusive privilege" to indi- - traiued shepherds in the van to keep ford. Mason and others. It will take 10 a flourishing school. tfdu.ila nnd corporatiotw, which contti the sheep oat of danger. Dive Allen days to try the defendsut now on trial. .Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hntnhiann i tutfi iif of the recognised evils of the dives fair warning mat hid shotgun ia Judge Boyd is the most bullish ion front Pincville to visit rvlmh-M- . t v . . - - ' i loaded to the middle thiuible for the judge I ever nan. He convenor court at James arrived from Liverpool, Fla., Fri-tunes. ' It refuses to the counties the right to next batch t fox born blowers who keep 7 a. M. and adjourns between 5 and M p. dav. Mr. John Curtis, who has for sov-' locate their public offices, and denies to him awake all night. M. with a short hour's recess for dinner, era! months been engaged in business at One of our h tudsoiuest gallxnta met tie may lie a little slow, as some say, but Middlesboro, is at hia father's, Mr. Monthe people of the counties the right to decide w hat taxes sre essential to the thewarnieat reception oi his eventful when he strikes a blow with that judicial roe Curtis. Mr. J. L. Xeboii, the Clevelpublic welfare. career a few mornings since. It trans uawmer ita ponderous strokes rever-brat- e and popular operator In Mie. rT'ivato'" It denies to counties and districts the pired, to the chagrin of a trio of hia girl ortice. took a "lay off" Friday and throughout the temple of jnstlce went right to regulate local affairs, and fires friends, that they had Itevn forgotten in and he ia nearly always correct, aud he up to Ka&t Bemstadt to visit bib home' to the more populous counties a prepon- the d.atnbution of invitation! to a din is so impartial in his ruling. He has folks. He returnee! Sunday, accompaderating intlo. nee over the leas populous inn. and with the aid and coansti of a no favorite members of the bar, or if he nied by bis sister, Mis3 No'rah, who is the gum of Mrs. New land. counties in all matters relating- - to roada, aytnyathising youns dame or two, the ha.-- he conceals it well. fence, stock, bridges and aaloona, and discfiuiiustuiK young uiau was inveigled "Aunt" Katie George, or rather !ol. The people here are doing well and line, a hose name appeared in this colby a rough classification would govern; into a parlor on Main street in atitioipa-al- l are and most ordorlr. The alike, regardless of local conditions, tion of getting the test of lCiamett Me juries sre the beat I ever saw. Educa- umn a week or two ago, says that it wss local opinion, or varying local needs, Cor mac in a stock trade, when the tional are very fine, aud the the first time that her name wns ever in (jacking to make "laws relating, to coun- door was closed behind him and one of prettiest woman I have seen in two print and site is 92 years old, having ties uniform," though the itecessitiea of the liveliest and hiost cordial applica weeks' stay here came from Unin Sul- been born the last year of the last Her maiden name was Owe v tions of supple switches in fsir bands be- - phur in Rockcastle. the counties are widely different In the same manner it deprives our ran. and soon hi ought th penitent .' gallaut David Y. Little k ottering and she has had the good fortune to The to bis knees in the most devout and fer fl 5,000 cash for a young wife, lie is marrv three times. Her first husband towns and ritlev of local ! ment, ignoring their history, characters vent supplications for mercy tlmt he ev coming to Lincoln to bunt for one in was Stephen Sampson, from whom buv and the necessities of their situation. By er uttered. His plaintive wails brought July, lie sys the reason why he wants separated. She then married Bob Oeorge. oar town marshal in a ran, but no soon- ayoungsifc is because he knows he a wealthy widower of Kno- - county, ami tlii unwise and Illogical method it the diflicultiea of municipal er had he t brunt his head through a cttn't continue much longer npon this after hi death sue became thewiteot govtrnmeut , takes the power from the window and grasped the situation than mundane sphere, and he wants to leave William Dollius, who also died, leaving people themselves and centralises it t be fell back in cotitetitmeut and encour- a beautiful. llouting, wealthy young her a widow. She is a cousin of Hon. the Mate capital . decides in advance for aged the tlagi llation. "Mother ha often widow to Ktfp bitter tears upon his new John ;.Sam Owsley, of Stanford, and s perhaps the oldest living representative what inouer they found it necessary to counter irritste my made grave. tiie i ity Font. Vo Bobbitt. CA-- L of the KILLS. may roii tribute; limits the building of back, but ahe never applied such blisfamily, once noted and MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. still prominent in Central Keiittoky.j pubh- w orka, and puts new obstacles in ters," was hi cheerful assurance to With the exception of blindness and fnend after an application of fresh the path of municipal reform. The last of u n,- - maiden sisters, who deafness the old lady eiijoys pretty good t'nder the pretence of regulating; cor- cream had soothed his agony. all lived to a npt old age, has jnstdied IBoHtin MUm Li ip Boele is home from Danhealtt.and bids fair to round out a cenporations, it destroys competition and at lebauou. Pa. ville. Henry Camnitz is just bsck from peretnates existini: abuses. Judge Varuou united in marriage, tury of existence. Pretending to restrict the power of Camberlaud Falls, and saya that he hud Friday, Anton Thorns and Amelia .Monuntm-'!8 FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. -Hcorporations, it limits the right of the the finest sport of bis life He is enthu- te, a couple of wias colonists, aged pi V individual to make contracts which are siastic in prsise of the Fulls. A large and l retl w lieat is quoted at $1.01 in ctowd is hooked for that resort at an earmanifestly to his on u personal advantage Miss Minerva Walters Letehor, of Cincinnati. Per day Iv- . Sio OO A: ly day. Miss Belle Cook is in charee of Richmond, will wed Mr. 12. L. Starling, The Ljuiaville s and without injury to the public. were de- j Servants (w hitc) .. 5 6o v.olo Under the pretext of equalizing taxa- the domestic department at Falls. Miks r., of Henderson, The pros- stroyed by fire. Loss, $15,000. Children ui .'.. r K year-- , h..'f piitc. W. P. Uivens sold to a Lexington tion, the new constitution reduces itale Mat Ihuwiddie hai gone to Bloomlield, pective bride is a daughter of Got. W. P.. party a combined n. r, s . revenues frni banks J 114,000, and to via UmifeVille. Misa Minnie Dinwiddio Letcher. OWENS & COOK h ir maio for! r furtb r n rm..no ., a.Vrr Middlosbo-rougis at Cumlierland Falls. Misses Lucy Mr. J. F. (.runt, of the make good this loss invades the homes B F. Uobinson, of Garrard, bought aud Mattie Alcorn are home fiom school Pioneer Foundrv, and Miss Charof tiie poor and adds to the.tax hat at Oxford, Ohio. Misses Georgia and lotte Spencer, an accomplished young of William Uooch v bntcher cattle at '1 " made up of the necessary took and farm implements and thu household Cora oodgraa. of Kansas, are visiting Euglish lady fmnerlv of IjOiiiIoii but cents. -- Wanted 30 head cattle to anno on ' at their Ancle's, Mr. Florence Tow ell's. late of this i lautry, will be uinrriel at t KKd-- j now exempt LTi. ALFWN'DER1'! II '11 I . g.v.I grass. Address J. K. Vanarsdale, Without seeuiuiR the reforms in our Mia Helen Keid is neaiu at home after high uooii to-- d i , Tuesday, at Danville. .Stanford. KKXOVATED AND 3, ' court ostein expected Ly the people, a long visit in other State. Mr. Wui. Thence on a bridal tour west. D. X. Prewitt taught of Jonathan Keid, Kr, and daughter-in-law- , Mrs. the i jnventiou has made chance that r 2.50 nyisleya bunch of yearling heifers at Ati hash An uk. MissViiginia are sf riou in their character and harm- John W. Held, have returned from a six Court-HousCor. Jefferson, Ceiner aiul Grocr. Streets, opo--iteuterlainfd some itO of her friends --'J cents. weekYttay with relatives in Garrard ful in their effects. LUUISV1LLK, KY. We will sell shipstuff for a few dsys with a dancing party Ht her home in It has perpetuated the abuses of the and Madison counties. The old man W. R. Pfiar.acer. finhiftg in the well atock- - Lexington last week, which is very elab- at SI2 jH'r ton, for cah only. New fee item, which the legislature was had lota of fun v A. '. Junes, J. J. Si:lli.Ht, J. L. Mar,,aii, Clerks. ponds of those counties, and uaiy orately described by the Transcript. Stanford Joller Mill Co. ed gradually reforming and ba placed The H sister env Col. Irvine bought of the legis- solicitude aoout om Kuan a capers or The house wms beautifully decorated aud nous on the discretion even- of J. H. Fisher, of Boyle, two Southlature that will make it impossible faith- John Drye's criticisms. Mr. Ira Logan everything combined to make the ing a delightful one. The hostess and down bucks at W aud $50. fully to adjust our judicial department and wife were here last week altera long For Saw! A Xo. 1 young milk cow, depicted : to the requirements of a growing popu- interval. Master lieorge Bohou return- her mother are thus Miss Virginia Bowman, although the first calf. She is n cross with Holstein ed to Danville yesterday after ten days lation -UP possession of manner, aud Jersey. W. F. McClary. 2w. B cause of these momentous changes, rustication with his cousin Horace on possessor of a self Dr. of hearing, that would do ave ran second again in a etc., ststelinecs le.aue all of them are horn of a distrust the i" u tines of Cagv. credit to k woman of Uie world, is in handicap bweepbUke at St. Ixrnis Saturof the people, because they all invohe 'aUl The Philadelphia Abattoir Compa- reality only It years of age, aud cannot day. Virge d'Or won in 1:57, distance "i& Ha- - tl.c large-- t and a radical alteration of the principles of ny burned with valuable machinery, claim to he een a debutante, that most 1! miles. government which for lOO'.yeu: have Fos ai.k! .six tv . nt .1 tractive and lasciuatinu of all creatures M0ST COMPLETE STOCK we protest 1,000 carcasses of dreased beef and prevailed m Kentucky, steers and heifeis, also several green hides. I .oas 5:170,000, insured. Her gown was a very simple one of year-oladopagniiibt and will not support the ieo. Brown, convicted in Cinema ti white Pant, luustui, wnn oiue notion yor.es 01 goou worK cattle. Apply to K. tion of the new constitution, and .wo .tt. tiimmings, Rud drawn up in bnby fash- - H. Iironaugh, Crab Orchard. cull tijKm all good citizens, regardlec-- s of of criminal assault on girls under 1 John It. Kennedy sold to Lehman, -' over the shoulders, leaving tho party alliances and party dictation to go years of age, wasfeeutencod to tho peni- ion neck bare, which of Baltimore, 100 fat cattle that will ever shown in Stanford at prices to the poll in August, and in the exer-cis- o tentiary for 15 years. Brown made n plump, a low as the lowest. as white as marble beside the erago 1,500 poutids, at 5J cents, to be of entiling little girls to his of tho higlie.it prerogative of a free practice cutis of her dusky linir. Mrs. Bow-- ! liveied July 1. Paris Kentuckian. ill the State. Remember that T haw cme nf the best watch-maker- s work of loom and ruining thuiu. people, to review and reject the The stable of John V. Robinson, Deputy Joe Khinohoart and others man, who with her pretty youthful fece reprebontativea, who in convention their who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have Ato and tiguie, seems as if she must be Idis t'nr " menester, was destroyed by tire. ussemblotl luive magnified t licit commit)-mou- , captured Jaik Asher, a desperate .v laigunmouiiiot gram ami two valu- send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Qld who killed his nephew, Hal Ash- Virginia s sister, insteaU ot mother, wore have ignored proper limitations able horses were burned to death. Loss gold and silver taken at market price, i our trade and work is sohc- upon their power, and have put into our er, a mouth or 60 ago and made his es- a becoming gown of black net, with nat- gi',000. expori-onc- e A. R. PENNY. located him in an old ural tlowtrs. cape. Theoilieers orgauic law oxporiiiieuts which ted and I guarantee satisfaction Tiie Woodburn henl of short-horu'ninw i;nnK Mr. Fount D Myers from Spring Station, Ky., sold in already found hurtful, and oth- barn. He had fortitied the plnco and has er experiments which should ho found win well supplied with food and ammu- has been confined to bis room for several to the 50th Duke of A. C. SINE J.X. MENEFEE only on our btatutes if found any whore. nition. Itvas only by setting tire to the dsivs with what he pronounces "a stitch .vimrie, cai voti June r--', 16U0, bringing 1., tin. liiii'k." Mrs. G. T. Kellov sent us i... i.,..- - Olllll. barn that the oilicers drove him our. lll litliui of fct. John's Tho -- Dr. Xave ran second in Ozark Stakes Cook's SriustiS. June lOtli is openat St. Louis, 11 miles. W. G. Morris ing day at Cook's Springs. Hoads have Episcopal church, Richmond, Va., was The best selected .took and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. been worked well; every thing will bo celebrated with impressive cctetnoutes. It can be truthfully remarked that this won u 2:2di Judc0 Morrow another in good shape for tho opening picnic. Bishop Randolph pleached aud gavo a family is among tho cleveiest and most il0rg0 rttjsod by Jilu Guefit ran 8ec(jnd LUMBER, SASZ2, Splendid diuner and supper will be pre- history of the parochial work, and in in.inatiinimiii Kentuckv. I know of one .1.., o,,,. .1.,.. ... r :. IX&OUS, -C- ogar, Ilnaa A Co.. have about pared. Two good musicians will be. in the evening Hon. William Wiit Henry lady who has spelled 151 words out of 15 SIDING, SHINGLES, nttendance. Dancing both day and delivered an address on the connection tho letters in the "Green Briar Springs" 000 pounds of wool stored in Lancaster, Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. night. Plenty of shelter if it should of tho church with the political history problem and sho is still putting them bought nt prices ranging from 2'A to 25 2TS2STCEL Everybody invited. Don't forget of the country. It was in this building llOW Ulll IIIO rtlio 01 oevurui uiiuuic. cents. The trade is extremely dull, and &.TSFD rain. tho day, Friday, Juno 10. Respectfully, that the Virginia convention of 1775 as- There was a neighborhood racket yes- they have not yet beeu able to move it. We carry a full stock of ever thing found in a Hecord. sembled and Patrick Henry sounded tho terday afternoon, confined to two young J. F. Cook. keynote of the revolution. The present men, when a rock was throw u and a gun Tho Hon. J. J. C. Abbott has been Cosby and Sewell, Kentucky boys, occasion was commemorated bv niacins drawn, but uo bloody corpse was left Examine our designs and pecifiu"ttion-- . before letting our contract called upon to form a ministry for Caua-dboro off both the, honora of West Point in the chancel an exquisite uuglo n on tho battle field, and hence details are and has undertaken tho task. bINE & MENKFKE, Stanford,-Ky- . uuncessary. or building. ui a thank offering. this year. Jmir-inl1 1 y cling the New for Constitution T!ii committee mi rolutions Ht th Reasons Williamsburg News, anil Other Matters. . I'o.ttn IMltor Interior 0MAD ORCHARD. H3DjnBEBJURHD FRLLS 1 th, . iue i 'ttRSIStBBKBmBiBI , j a I .k ' !; i m n- - ne-m- v u lj . j ''! "s.jl I tro-twoe- u - j .!-,- .. "'m.-- mr WmS 'fU v.n " TJm .:SxrVsB? Vjrw .fto.-. nr'W;. t it -- ':$& -- . .L- TK ft'-.'!'-"- -. --- -- - KTimB2-rjimm- hrJi ", i I ' r- "- MRS. NANNIE W. OWENS J. B. COOK, New-land'- s ' I law-abidi- ! ten-tur- y. self-gover- n tax-paye- Ow-de- t - j JSi-XtUit- i feP'v ;, eiant 0 j I '.. c . Stock-yard- sj I ",,,- - k-- h 7o. I I j THOROUGHLY IMPROVED. e, Itow-ma- n Rates Per liny. e LOCA, re-btr- ic f Vks Old Reliatole Jewoler Ili m tho Lead. !0,-00- 0 li,t .tlu d 1 j j wcll-foiuie- d de-M)- ft OiJi PitiM. Rls V ttwZmKiif'7v 'M-$i-.-l 'v 'M$& V wil, vnlc1ic8 a,l! J ewclry niur-dor- er w ns Chica-goat-tlO- o Sis-.'- sesqui-contenni- al Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, BLINDS, i.t. -- 11 WOV33iT WIKJ5 S&AT FIRST C3CB.SS LUMBP T&KB. . lee-tur- u, 1 il w-4- 5-k jfe,..h ? ifbXH ..yawrtn 11 ww f j"r" '' - r MFaaBjESa-''- ' mt i Mi IWM.M faiuiiiiiiwi p iTn ii ' ,,'! 'o"1'111 ilT- - - Semi-Week- ly Kentucky ur:mK them not to let any side issue divert their alleianco or di W. F WALTON. minish their influence and adds: "Tho is still bciiik' waed (or the suprem- i1light 1891 aey of the riht to reduce your taxes to a Jl'Ni: 16. Stanford. Ky., " iLLfsTHATivn of that want of precision in the proposed constitution which, if it he adopted, will furnish the occasion of much litigation, we cite the 2PJ bection. president, director, ninnmrer, cash- -' ier, or other ollicer of a banking insti- tute or association for tlio deposit or loan of monev.or individual banker, who shall receive or assei.t to th receiving of deposits after he shall have knowledge of the fact that such hankine institution or or association or individual banker w insolvent, shall he individually responsible contemptible dirty, forauch deposits 60 received, and sham. infidel, Charles C. Moore, who having iikoi.mi.ty ok VEI.0.NY and subject to such punishment as t.hnll be prescribed by played out at everything else, is to make his bread and butter by law." There is a principle involved in this section which is rijrht enough, But pandering to the lowest instincts of thu unquestionably the kind of deposit, prohibition cranks devotes the most of which, wo out of respect for the the hist issue of his filthy sheet, the Blue intelligence of the convention, was con- Grass Blade, to the editor of this paper, templated, should have been specified. who would have been serenely unconAs applied to banks and bankini: the scious of the attack had not a fiiend word "deposit" embraces both a general called our attention to it. We have no deposit and a special deposit. Doubtle.-- s space to handy words with such a liar, even if we had the inclinathe convention intended the former but intention is not ex tion. His v.ipoiingi can not hurt us ami unfortunately that if they are pleasing to a certain class of pressed. P.y a general deposit, which is by far creatures, who hate us with a cowardly the more common one, the depositor hate, he can keep them up, so long as he parts with the title to his money and maintains his distance and comes not loans it to the hanker, and the banker within in the range of our boot or cane. in consideration of the loan and the riulit Tin: papers are making a great ado to use the money for hisown pmtit agrees meeting of promiovernn alleged to re mud the amount, or any part therenent republicans at Indianapolis for tho of, on demand. Tho relation between Harrison and purpose of the two is that of debtor and creditor. deposit, an entirely dif- pushing Blaine to the front. The stateAs to a special ferent principlelprevails. The depositor ment is made that our own Col. Bradley Kentucky to does not part 'with the title to the money was piosent and pledged the Plumed Knight. An executive comor the thing deposited any more than the owner of a horse parts with the title mittee wns appointed by the gathering to the animal when he leaves him at a to call a future meeting and take other steps necessary to secure the end in livery stable for feed and urooming. The purpose of the convention vs view. There is no more doubt that of proper enough. The object, doubtless, Bluine is the choice of the majority the republicans for th pieaidency than was to prevent failing banks from receiving general deposits. The reason for that he u one of the greatest statesmen this is clear. If the bank should become of his day in either party. insolvent tho general deposits p.iss into The State Central Committee has made the hands of a receiver ami become, as- out a list of appointments for Hon. John sets in his hands for the benefit of all the Young Brown, democratic nominee for creditors, and the general depositor gets governor, which applies as follows to only his ratable share. In case, how- this part of the State: Somerset June ever, tho deposit is special, the titlo re- 2"J, Stanford 24, Hnrrodsburg July 11, maining in the depositor, it is not possiLondon July 22, Barbourville July 2:5, ble for him to sutler any loss by reason .Middiesboro July 2.1, Williamsburg July of the banks insolvency. The thing de27, Oreensbnrg July 21 and Columbia posited remains his own and forms no July 30. Maj. Wood, the republican part of tho bank's assets. candidate, will meet Mr. Brown, it is To illustrate: A. deposits specially said, at some of these appointments. with one of the Stanford banks a case of silverware. At the time of its receipt Col. Wood, the republican candidate the bank is verging on insolvency and for governor, opened the canvass at Lexthe officers know it. Nevertheless, the ington last week. His speech was tho deposit ia eafely kept for tho depositor. same one Col. Bradley delivered in the And this, by the way, is all that is to be last campaign, spoken without the hitdone with a special deposit. Tho crash ter's lorce and fire, nnd produced no encomes and the affairs of the bank are thusiasm. Wood may commit to memory wound up, The-- only requirement of the speeches of the (iarrard man, but he the depositor is that he go and claim his can never learn his captivating manner property. This he does and it is return- of tiring it at an audience. ed to him. He has suffered no loss and it is not legally possible for him to have Thk convention to nominate a senator sustained loss y reason of the insolven- in the 2tith district, which met at Falcy of the institution. Yet under the mouth, divided into two factions, one of section quoted, the officers are all guilty which nominated W. V. Weldon and the of felony. This is the law as it is writ other S. W. Bradford, both from the ten. Xo distinction is made between same county. There was great disorder general anil special deposits. and the whole thing was a disgrace to It is quite a common thing for business democrats. A republican will no doubt men to deposit at a bank for safe keep- beat them both unless a compromise ing a deed, a contract, a will, a certificate can be effected. of btock or other paper of value. Such Thk democratic candidates for Stat deposits are special. The bank derives ollices will doubtless ignore the new conconno advantage from them, and only sents to receive them as a matter of ac- stitution in their speeches as the convencommodation to the depositor and be tion di 1. The committees have decided cause of its superior facilities for safely that it is in no sense a political question and left every man to vote or speak as keeping papers. at, It would be a great hardship, indeed it he pleased on it. The republican tempt to lug it in as an issue in the camwould ho an outrage, upon tho olllcers of the bank to punish them as felons for paign will if they don't look out act as a doing an act of neighborly kindness boomerang. from which not only no loss to any one PiULWiKM'iiiA has a treasurer now ensues, but from which a positive adwho will not steal everything he can got vantage results. Hut all the same, such his hands on. The supreme court has will be the law if the constitution is decided that the governor has the right adopted. instead of the city council, People may say such a law 113 thin will to appoint anil Ciov. Pattison has named Hud wood never bo enforced. Possibly, probably people of the not! But in that very factlies tho great- Wright for the place. The (Quaker City are to be congratulated. When est danger to civil government. laws are so unwise or o iuquitous that Is order to gull the uninitiated public tho people will not enforce them, a habit the secretary of the treasury is going to of disobedience to law is engendered. A and change tho style of spirit of revolution is born. One man or gross assets as money no matter count , one faction will say, if this law. can be what is charged against them. Tho surimpunity why may not anviolated with plus of over SIOU.OOO.OUO has been dissiother'.' If another may, why not all of pated and something bad to be done to them'.' Tho argument thus progresses until that temper and disposition ate keep up appearances. bred which will rafuso obedience to any Tub State Farmer, devoted to tho inlaw which restrains the violent or pun- terests of the farmer and the laboring ishes tho wicked. class generally, with a leaning to tho This section illustrates another evil of third paity business, has made its aptht constitution beside this one adverted pearance at Somerset. J. F. Mcljuerry to. It shows the superlative folly of is editor, assisted by V. M. Doohn and prostituting an organic law to tho pur- J. T. Barron. poses of n penal code. A constitutional convention should i& rigidly abstain from Tin: best thing wo have read in conmere legislation as should a legislative nection with the late press meeting is "Printer's Mr. Charles M. assembly from constitution making. Pi." The tall,strawberry blonde of ChrisTiJK Frankfort Argus says there are tian is not only an orator, but a wit of 1)03 prisoners in the State penitentiary, tmrost ray serene. where there is cell room for but 7ot). Thk Danville Advocate's Centre The branch penitentiary is also full to number was a triumph in discrip-tion- , overflowing mid something has to be pressure. The illustration and typography, ami done soon to relievo the convictH now number 1,450 and every will no doubt bo prized as a souvenir of court iu the 110 counties augments the the most noted occasion in the life of tho great school. grand army. opin-"Anj , The State Central Committee lins Interior Journal',sued an address to the democrats is ol legitimate limit, ?o ort;ani.ntion lor the protection of particular interests, nor vour vkMV8 nH ,f, lhu merJta of ti10 0M 0r 'tl)0 new constitntion have any concern wlh y(mr ,iomo,.ra(.y. One is no less a y (ieino'crat who entertains whatever ion ,e nnv ,.hoi)Se 0Il tiu.se questions. ,jIt. ,s ., ,jemocmt that votes the demo- , ,, ,. k . . n,,...,,..., of Kentucky see to it that the majority in August shall not only justify, tint increase the claims of your State to her in the annals of democracy, so long brilliantly sustained." given to lying, especially tho papers which advocate the They are claiming new constitution Mr. Watterson ha? denied the authat thorship of any of tho and therearticles in the Courier-Journby try to have tho inference that he is for the instrument. Mr. Watterson did say he had'nt written a lino of the matter, but he took occasion to say he was the sole editor of the paper and responsible for every editorial utterance in it, and was very heartily opposed to the adoption of the new constitution. Lord, how this world 1 Is al Looking for better values than we offer and PEOPLE ARE FAST Finding out that it is a waste of time to attempt to duplicate our goods for the same money. Sou can select a dozen or more items from our numerous departments, no to our prices, and after a. tour of inspection, and, comparing our prices with the many others, you'll decide with the else-whe- re Tht low-flun- g, now-tryin- i ll low-dow- n to the Cincinnati Commercial-Gazette from its Washington correspondent says the friends of Mr. Blaine are disgusted as well as indignant over the recent Indianapolis conference. These friends take the very correct and dignified position that if a point is reached where Mr. Blaine sees fit to make known that he has concluded to be a candidate for the presi lential nomination, he will not choose to have the announcement follow as the result of secret deliberation by a score or so of men who have been embittered by failure to obtain ofllce tones Wood, the lx who thinks he is running for republican governor, shouts "defeat me rather than the constitution." Brer Wood need waste no breath in such an appeal. He is not in it ami the new constitution is almost as bad oil. A nisrm-c rest of the people that our house is the place to secure the Best Values for the Least Money. White Goods, oc for checked goods worth 7 l - 2c; V J J for Plaid, and 10c for fine goods worth If) and J 8c; Joe for Pique Striped Goods, 12 worth 25c; Black Lace Flouncing Gc for Lace worth 2 J; 7 or for,)()-i-Lace worth $1.2o. Dress (tooas,j.(c for ali wool Qooas wortii bw; :iuc for wide all wool filling goods worth );c; J. ic J or Plaid and Striped Serges worth 2jc; JSc for Afoliair worth the. Clothing, Shoes, Slippers, J la Is, Carpets, ,fat.ting, Oil Cloth and Trunks at your own prices, We have Just l?ive Iliuulrcd pairs of Punts which will be sold at less than, maiiu- -l-,?- c; u. re-min- ed NEWSY NOTES. fuehrers' prices. We will pay the If side-trackin- g The prohibitionists of Ohio have nominated a candidate for governor and adopted a white rose for an emblem. The railroads have made a rate to the G. A. H. meeting at Detroit next month of one fare for the round-trip- . There are now l!i.7o newspapers piinted in the United Statesand Canada, a gain of l,d!3 over last year's record. The bank examiner who let tho Keystone National of Philadelphia get its debitors so badly, has been fired by tho treasury authorities. A. V. Howell, of Atlfiiitn, shot and killed without warning W. J. Met; rath, whom he suspieioned of writing an insulting letter to his wife. The Central National Bank of Broken Bow, Neb., has closed its doors. Crop failures and poor investments are al bjied as causes of the failure. The cases against Drs. Blackburn and Grant, of Louisville, for robbing) graves at New Albany, when one of the party was killed, have been .llsmissed. At Hushville, Ind., James Story was sentenced to 1 years nnd i200 tine for procuring an abortion on Flora Carmi-chaefrom the effects of which she died. Assistant Secretary of Interior Bus-sehas decided where a mother's dependence is proven the question of her remarriage is not matorial to the 1 HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR EGGS. THE t LOUISVILLE Main Street, Stanford, Ky, Kvery member of the city coumil of lxington was indicted for misfeasance in oihYe licensing a jtool room without warrant of law. several of the leading Knight of llnir were convicted of conspiraoT and A. I'RIJANSKV, MANICS STORE Proprietor. - AM) CAIHUr.L, Managers. - - - H.. i RUPLEY rioting during the great itrike at I'nion-ton, Pa., and given two ver. Pinovilh? hus oreaniied a new bank to be call! the First National. J. F. Slnsher was elected president, J. and J. H. Bite Hini'hnm I is cashier. O. V. Hiley is one- of the directors. The capital is $50,000, half Goods . t - im Warr i:'U 1 Is Receiving Hi3 - Sprinsi Summer Goods ttul a I'crlca I -' ii ri Pl t (t.Mr.mtcc.1. (mo ..mi i call. l, y Governor Kusm1I, of Massachusetts, signed the congressional rodistrict has ing bill jwssed by the legislature as re ported by the special committee, ami it is now the law. Under it the democrats will be able to elect of the 13 congressmen, instead of two. j case. t 1 II 0 li' book-keepin- g ri? J "3: Meat-ham'- s Tho London Kcho says that "Little Dick" Kwell, who we take it is a son of the Little Hed Hog, got mad at his horse for which he had refused Jl 10 and killed him with a club. Prohibition was defeated in Bath county at a recent election by a majority of 2o0. The county voted whisky out two years, hut seems to have acquired a thirst since that time. bull case of The noted short-horMegibben vs. Bedford is on trial this week at Versailles, withSenator Carlisle, ex (iov. Porter. Billy Breckinridge and other noted lawyers on one side or thu other. A mob of 1,000 people took Bob Clark, nogio, from jail at Bristol, Tenn., and hung him with a trace chain. He was accused of raping Mi's. John Warren, but the evidence was wholly cirMindnv a heavilv laden excur-io- n cumstantial. coal cais broke loose' train in Switzerland broke through hii Twenty-livfrom a train climbing tho mountain near' iron bridge, killing iW persons outright Altoona, and after rushing down three' and injuring hundreds of others. church The Heformed miles nt a fearful speed jumped the track. mass to splinters.) which recently expelled six miiusteis and reduced th.e for the awful sin of voting nt a public Three men were killed. The Fayette county democratic pri- - election U a small sect, having no con maries resulted in the nomination of F. nection with tho Geneinl Aawmbly A. Bullock for county judge and D. A.J which met at Detroit. At the General Assembly u tin James and Capt. W. H. May for repre-Lower House of the1 Southern Presbyterian Church, jut In! I sentativesin the Legislature. tit Birmingham, Ah , the following ', H" wore given: Churches, The Hardin county grand jury failed elders, 7. ' to find a true bill against Moore for tho ordained ministers, 1,17"; brother-in-ladeacons, 3,dl ; communicant of his assassination aro nineteen indict- l(kS,7!l ; scholars in Sabbath Showers, hut there ments against him for forging witness 111,271. Its contributions fur all imposes amounted during the year 1. ng claims against tho Commonwealth. Snook-Her- r last spring to nenrly il,7'0,0U0. The coroner's jury in tho wedding feast poisoning, declare that HI TIIK Sloe MUM. IHs i they are satisfied that the victims were something in tlio food, but poisoned by the nature of that poison they wore unable to determine from the evidence. runaway freight train on tho Knoxville, Cumberland fiap A: Louis An' noiiti Ui c n'ri il' tie iu I'lti n tli. tir Nalwli.! Hull, ville Hailroad collided with a hand-cakilling three prominent farm-er- s instantly STANFORD, : : KENTUCKY named Sam Post, Cy Cline and Kd Daniels, hesidos crippling a number of D1 section men. The Middlesborough Klectric Scale To M'lait nine Director- - for the Coian ; anil .' thttsainv timoitn'I plate llie olil Hoard of Company has been organized, with a will hold tlit'ir re.iiil.ir annual meotinz. IliremI1 r All 5100,000. A site has been do- uicmiicrto! UK luaru arr earnestly rwui-.- i capital of VINCI-NIIOKM.M., ITe-- i , be tireicnt. , nated by the town company, and work J.S. lIOCKfcK, C. . l.aiul Co will begin on the plant at once. Tho new company already has orders to the WE WII.I. hEXIJ 52-to- n The charge that those w ho opitow the new constitution are the tools of In ICvcry Dcpirtnu nt. monopolists iH too silly to be given seIt is made by rious attention. As a rule Wu Slock a: Well blackmailers of the deepest dye, who 5'C- Goods, themselves nro in the habit of making war in order to extort tribute. Paducah Also nice line of ladies' and Children's Shoes and Oxford Ties. Standard. Xicc line of Worsted and Alpaca Coats and Vests, Men's and Hoys' steel The new Straw I lats, all fresh no old jjoods in tock. cannon, the largest ever made in this Highest market price paid for Cross Ties, Wool, Gengscng, Feathcountry, is ready for its final tost. It ers, &o. will stand a charge of 4tX) pounds of powder, and is calculated o pierce a wrought iron shield of 32 inches, and to Crab Orchard, Ky. J. Ir. Cummins, Salesman. have an eilective range of 13 miles. Some dirty saoundrels drew an obr AT picture of He v. Burnett, the ' scene of the Methodist church at Bohon, Mtreir cotintv. nnd nlaccd it on the door. They also cut a vulgar sonb-ncon the inside walls. Tho people are t, Your Double Shovel l'lows greatly incensed and have offered a good for the brutes. reward And the bust Lubricating Oil y.m can bet. OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE Ginghams, Teasel Cloth, Just Jicceived ,swrled of liita n breech-loadin- g W. E. PERKINS, ms-to- e ; B. K. & Cu',re W. H. Wearen's . e The clear little latest styles in Toilet for your pets; Sets. j Refrigerators that never sweat, Water Coolers lined with charcoal jets. Caliioriiia Canned Goods at Reduced Prices. ; j 1 hta-titti- , FOR 0 EIh URE If emm & FEVER, BIL10USNE SS, HEADACHE AMD ALL FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. R DOCTOR TAYLORS r H j 1 : J 1 PRICE ISO CENTS PREPAREOBY MALARIAL DISORDERS. MED.CO. ST.1.0UIS MO. Cumberland Valley Land Company 1 ' ' RICHARDSON-TAYLO- ' r, I xvvsxxvsvyvyxAyyfr i7jAhVViY ffl j Wednesday, July is V V i bocrt-iarv- i for I recommend Infants and Children. dl- - amount of 5120,000. Col-leg- o -- I Tho Burnet Jllouse, Cincinnati, has been leased perpetually to Dunklee, Zimmerman & Green at S:W,030 for tho first year and $27,500 n year thereafter, the lessees to pay all taxes and assessments. At the oxpiration of 10 years they have an option on it at $(530,000. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL -- IN CLUII WITH- - DEMOREST MAGAZINE W.P.WALTON, ONi: YEAR FOR $j 50. - Stanlord.Ky. to children that "Cunt nrlataso well ndar-tfItas superior to nny prescription Aiiciirn, M. , Uon to mo " If. A. St., UrooLlyn,I)N, Y, III So. Oxford ipMIOII. Tub Caxtorln cures Colic, Ccwtlpntlon, rtourSUpiimeu, IJLirrlici'A. Eniotatlon, Kills Worms, Kle bl'P. a"1 promote!! medication. Comi-iny- Centacr , 77 Slurroy Street, N. Y ft pjs Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal .Ir.NE German millet epcd nt J. B. Foster's. W. K. Btaniohi), Ky., 1, Kiir.ii! kiln of bricks for sale, Kainsoy. ISlil B. ISoiK snit is tliu clienjiest niul best. J. Foster. Hk.miv to-- s, B.O.WALTON,BUB,MnnOROr MEANS BUSINESS. iloiiu nt A. U. IVnny'o. Kx(.itAj.N, beautifully nnd nrtistirnlly the nero shot by George Welch, is still in a critical condition and the exnminiiii: trial wnsnirain ttostnonutl, this time till next Thursday at 10 o'clock. Tim two icemen here sold :i,''00 pounds Havkj-ou- t untrli, dock nnd jewelry Sunday. The mercury was up to '."0 by repiiired nt A. K. Penny's. All vnr 10 o'clock, but a shower nt noon cooled wnrrnntt'il. HuMKMiiKit tlintnll silverware, wntehes, the atmosphere some and made breathriHK. r., Iinuclit nt A. H. Penny's will ing n little more pleasant. lie engraved free of elinme. IU'CKKYK Mt MINKS. A Sllpplv of cm-stantl- N - these excellent machines is kept PERSONAL on band at I. M. Ilmce's, StanMlf.sI.KW VllllMM, of HlIBtOIIVillf, ford, Crow A Co.'s McKinney, and W. is i Ktieat nt the Myers lionet1. A. Carson's, Crab Orchard, where twine Mie M Mo. wtcr Wai ki.ii, of (inrranl, mid repairs can also be had at all times. is tlie fiii'Ht of Mrs. .1. C Hays. Examine the merits of the Buckeye beMl'S CiKIITIK (illAliY, Of Cultllllliitl, is fore buying. J. ). Shields, K"iur:d the KUest of Miss Helen Snuflwy. ap'tit, Stanford. Mil. II. It. TritNKii, of Cainpbelisrilk, Una been the nuest of W. U. l.nrkey. Wis hnvn'teeen a it is true Miss M vm M Kits, of MillersbtirK but of those with whom wy have Is with her brother, Mr. S. S. Myore. in this section, only one has exMifcx Jknmi: Dim an, of Liiieuster, Is pressed himself for the now cons tho cueist of her sister, Mrs. It. 0. War-rs- stitution, and he helped make it. there is a mighty change, Lincoln It wne. A. M. that Centra CoIIuk'J con- county will add a larc quota to the matort etl on Jmlno .1. V. Alcorn instead of jority that will snow the concern under A. B. in August. Mit. C. A. Cl'hd. of Williamsburg, is A thi bk broke into the cellar of the rltltiiiK his sister, Mr. John Hell (Sib residence of the editor of this, paper Friday niht and not oil" with everyMissus M vky and Janr Waucrr, of thing ho bad to oat, besides numerous Oarnud eon my, ro visUint: at Mr. A K. other things. It must bu a miserably Deniiy's. men it thief who would stent from an edMil. a Kit Mits. h. II HamsRv and itor's hard irnod store. We'd jrivo ?10 of Lexington, tu with Mr. nnd to gee him and $10 more to hare him F. Mis. break in aaiti. of bus Mh. POINTS. y Co'-lcn:n. con-verM.- nl I'll-les- ehil-rtre- n, John Mcm-k- , Ixington, Rev. George Hunt, who has so faithfully and so acceptably tilled tho pupit Jones. of the Haptist church here for several years, tendered his resignation Sunday, Wiikat cutting is on in earnest this to tnke effect in July. The church has week. Mr. Fores tun Iteid. who has 50 builded up under .Mr. Hunt's ministry Having Removed My Stock acres, thinks hiB will nverayo 15 to 18 and the public no less than the membufibels per acre, while crop generally bers will regret to have him leave. will be better than was recently supposed The hay crop is not oyer half the XKW ADVEKTISKMENTS. usual amount nnd onts is worse. Owing to the high price' of seed nnd the wet weather nt sowing time, not over n third Hack to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can of a crop of oats was put in and that prosell yon goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken line ed less than half the usual yield per SMAI I I Alt.M, illumed near IIaiun llranih about ) mlle from Stanford lotitaitiinir ahout y tn exchange. acre. Acre io ... rei in cultivation and all well watered I'oMovtion Riven Loi. vn lit'TMtKit, one uf the U. IJ. F.s July Hoiiw ho thrw roomi Apply tu me on the prrraitei 15th now living in Louisville, but formerly a MRS K J MOCK je jt Stanford dirkey, got oil the excursion " train nt . unction Ulty to get nn and the train left him. He took on a littlu more than he should Came to my houv about one month ago, an have and started out to walk to this Alderney Yearling Bull, place. A freight train passed and wnlk-in- ir I'ale red, win h rv ner ran get I payinc iharjrt too close to the track he was struck J M..M. ItOliKKTS, Jr June, 4t by the engine and knocked down, sus taining it gash in his head that may result in the loss of his life. He also had an nrni badly hurt. , Cameto in f inn on thf 'nuht of May Vcarlluc Clt wrtr can en lv 'er 1' m; anil SfNDAY wns a huge day with tho col- paying for pasture an.l a Uertieinint V.. V 1, I.fcs, Stannr ' ji ored population. Talleviate Temple, No. 7, of Stanford, entertained the U. I). F. and S. M. T., of Louisville, who camo on a special tram to the number of over Lot on Main Street in Stanford '.'00. All the surrounding towns nnd Cnl unm i i i re. counuy swelled the number till it is esT K ea ALTON', Stanlord timated that .sOO to 1,000 colored strangers crm were in town. To their credit bo it said everything passed oil" in a most orderly and commendable manner, not n single disturlmnce occuring that wo heard of. P. W GRBB:;. Proprietor. Could the same number of white people promiscuously gathered have made such I h ive recently taken charge ot ihit well known lintel and intrad keeping it at its present high a record ? tan'ard. Sc.ial attention t;vcn to the trnvihng CaBli Take your prrs to the Bargain o Store and net li!j cenU per dozen. Joe S. REMOVED. tions, Etc., ll I Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- IFOIR, BETT V IB. IF. IROTTT. : I "eye-opener- EOTlUYo CLOTHING. IBSTIE."Y". FORSALE! i FURNISHING GOODS 1ST IE O IKI"W"IEAJE?, MYERS KOXJSE, pulilK MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES been viiitinc the family of his mother, Mrs. K. J. Morlf. and liule Utter, TfcMate, of l.ii'ftettt, are routing thir aaclu, Mr. Sim Wortham. 31a. I'im Orris, of Georgetown, whohMbwit visiting her sWter, Mrs, Stephen Hurcb, returned home Hator-dnjr- . Mi. Fannik Sim.M Tin: election for school trustees ns Ilr a tniuke in the dispatch we were led to numiouDce that Hon. John Young usual created strife in several districts. Brown would apeak here 17th, when neahnuld have said Wediu-a- Firsl-Oas- s I Um. I. W. Lkjuso And ton, Joh, MIm Alice lL Wait, of Chilliroihe, HanaY C. lAMa,of Louisville, recor- of their slater, Mrs. Frank ored a verdict of $5,000 damage) against 0., ajv gaeeU Uftrrie. the LAN. at iireensburg. for ejection Ms. Axn Mm. A. J. Minim, after a from ii train laat July. Mr. Ihivis, who is n drummer, had his trunks checked vitil to her pnrnU, Mr. and Mrs. Flora, at Hale's Well, left for homit from here to Williamsburg by the night Htumday. train. He was asleep when he got to Jiim.kC. F. Kiniaiii, who has been at that place and the conductor failed to his mother's in l'oylu since his arqtiittal, put him oil. Ho was taken to Jellico wan here Sunday the gaei of Col. Hill, and on boarding a train and demanding 1. M. Mcltobetts mid othtr friends, who to be tnkeu back without faro to Wilwere clad to see him so much improved liamsburg, he was forcibly ejected and in the Hi'iiltlo received n Mivoro cut in in health. day, .'Uh. The whole county should turn out on that dy to hear the next gorcrnor of Kentucky diacuae jtolitics us only the polished orator can. It will be well worth any body 'a time to be present. al n Contests have come before Supt. W. F. McClary from ijuititn iiuiiiIht, including Turnt rsville and McCornwtck's. In the former by striking out the proxy votes and those outside of the district, J. F. Cover is given a majoiity of three, but wo learn that the matter will be appeals ed to the county board. At the face of the returns showed Sam IHshop, 1". W. Carter and T. J. Hill elected, but by striking the proxies, Carter, Hill ami 11. E. Marcum nre left n tie and tho superintendent will Imvo to appoint. McCor-mark'- Sample Room imnc io lto Pool and Billiard TRUNKS & VALISES Parlors. Stagg & MeRoberts. Go as o o -- t rlrkVM 1 r. i.. M to A. A. WARREN'S "MODEL GROCERY" MihsI.kuv Joii.vtrros, who has been the head. At least he showed n IkuI Nelbo John scar and worked the jury up to tho high vibilinu her cousin, Mi Hton, returned to Lebanon vurterdny nnd damages it gave him. Miss Nellie went to Mt. Vernon to sjiend Kkat thk Haiiiioiimih.8. the, week with her slater, Miss liello -- , M. Tir ft Our nniiio-sakLamps, Glass- - and Queensware, Tin- - and Woodenwarc, Fruit Jars, play again evinced their ability to ft Barneide. Jelly Glasses, &c. x bull Saturday afternoon at Harrodhburg Mh. Clabbni k M TATKcmdnntul with by beating the club of that city 21 to 12. . the decree of A. II. at Kentucky Although our toaiu was forced to louvo IT ' week. His oration on last of its best players at home, the Influences," the Transcript three "Formative ESI partly Mitched up nine bad no trouble -K17S showed Kiet familiarity with the in downing Capt. Hoard's team of eryflt writers, Iwlh xnciont and modern, Iteccius, who is now a 3 in fact, his production was the work of n regular memburof tho Intbiiioii Joiiin m. eeholar of hixh attainment. We keep in stock .1 full line of all kinds of Staple Groceries, which club, did beautiful work anil a dozen or .Miisuiw. W.(i. Hi iiton.W. N.Crnijr, W. tut wed the more of the opposing team we will take pleasure in showing and make H.Shnnks and Carroll Hailoy, of Centre, air in reaching for his deceptive curves. 0. Jjickev, Joe Jones, Jesse Wearen Wilson nlso did splendid work behind "church affairsT mid O. L. nndT. W. Jones, of Central, and ltamsey, who played short-stop- , ColWt will il liver .ct cult nmrnm M fitlUnvs andS. W. Menofee, of tieoretown Kvangelist Liiinore's meeting at played n beautiful game and made (1 of Glassware, Queensware, Table and Pocket Cutlery. A full line of lege, are at home ncuiii. The latter has the IS scores. Itodney Jones umpired, Louisville resulted 111 10S additions to Haskets kept in stock, all of which we arc offering cheap to the public' boon sworn in as deputy sherill and will and while we believe that ho was con- the Campbell street Christian church. Under 50 Pounds 1 cents, over during vnnition. Come and see us. help his father It is Haiti Father Mollinger, tho faitli scientious in his decisions, some of them 50 and under 1001 cent, over cure prirat of Allegheny City, has leen 100 ,'s of a cent. were pretty rank against our lioys. CITY AND VICINITY. summoned to Koine to minister to the TuitKK little bos named Shehan, Pope. limtK for sale. J. 15 FMer. & CO., F. This seems to be a hud year on ami Hyan, varying in ages from 10 Hampton's. Lexington, got preachers. The Kev. John .S. I5ay was K5, nml hailing from to Fkusii llowersat Peter Ky. this far on tlu-i- tour of the country Fri sentenced at Wooster, O., to two years 5 iyr Fm it Jars and Jelly dlasses at A. A. day, when haung spent all their money in the penitentiary for burglary. The old jail site at Lexington has and gotto'i very homesick, they applied ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, T. for aid to enable them to got back to been bought by the Y. M. C. A. from Um- your binder twine from A. low their mammas. The mayor gave tneni V. J. Withers for 1',000, and a hand, Seventh and Markvt Street. Nunnolly, best on the market andaa Carpenter House and tele- some ?."0,000 building will bu erected in ovor to the ns nnv one. Louisville, - - - Kentucky, Two of them tho fall. aaawTjC maw vHaaWVsaaBnCaT'BaaaaahSBTBaaBBaari the Myers House graphed the boys' fatheis. WIM. OPKN MONDAY, MAR s. The thermometer iu Rev. A. J. Hnuihuy, of Richmond, s api EksHnaStBawaaaaaaHaMBaalBSaaaaaUBaaaaaaaa o'clock came on tho l:l.'i a. m. trainaud returned IW in the ahadu at vJESKr!rranPiPBaVJ rglstered out at 2: 1" a. m. with the little runaways, has accuptod the call as a supply to tho onHating sold treet, our entire lutereit intothe hole), our old we havo mocl JcMVrion yflbtordny. lioys were Itaptist church, until Sept. l,at which tan J th.it e occupied fur ear o suciexfully after paying tlieii bills. The trie, are .ltnl the outHon. Font. Fo Huhiiitt will speak dreseixl in vuiy cant attire, calico jack- which tiiuu ltev. II. T. Daniel will re- 011 Seventh and Market thrcuKhout now lilting it On the market is the RIM'S OF ROCK SALT because tock will do up in elenunt hae, new 20 per cent, better and it will go three times as far a. common fit will in etry way be elegant, tniliilinc one ol July county court day against the ets and knee bieeches, jut as they went sume his labois. Paris Kenttickian. here llalc Safetv Paixfiigir and llaEcagv raeaturs I have low price. received a car load and will Bishop Knight, of Milwaukee, left a with .ill the late in.irovf inrnts We vant ull ol new constitution. nt home, and when Oeorge Cm punter his bodv bo buried in ourold trientU 10 i..me aud m us in our old heme. towill pioviding that put thorn to bed. thev all huddled We Titiiui: ice comiMinies am opornting in gether, tho odd one being afrnid to sleep a plain pine cotlin, ami that no outer box 8l1.1l!promise you th.it our rooms, table and service Ik) MKond to none in the land. My ulfi', Mrs ints to be remembered to all nnd the Iteglstur says tho Jw II. Alexander, Kinhmond, 1 hey weie a pretty sick or covering be iibed when his body was our lady friemU and he uilll.elad to see them of a cent n by himself. prices have been cut to itlieaity re entitm Fare $i per day trio ami were very glad to see their pa lowered into the grave. His wish was andi!ic them It). II. At KXANDEH.ManjRer mi H)iiml. pits eoino even with the prospect of carried out. Tho Methodist cliildion day collec continue to get in having their hides ..(mined. . . Minks nnd thieves tions since the flint observance in 1SS7, their woik. Mr. John H. lMckeison suf1. to 7. NotwitlifcUuiilinu thu fact havo amounted to ?:i7,7K!.oO, an average furod from the former Saturday n!(ht to that the kid jelled until their throats of i'.t.pJS.ftt) a year. It is thought that m the tune of '27 chickens. wore soro ami tht ehariiiini: yoiui ladies this year's collection will bo much great iik blistered their hands NpplamliiiK for tho er. Hon. John Yoim. Hiiown will The Christian chinch people are D.uivilluf, the invincible, the irroprohsi-blWutlnuathiy, Jmio Jltli, ami not horo of that city ('!) were putting their houses in order to enter huso ball nine an the toloj;rnph innilo mh sny. s tain tho large crowd that will attond the is the Kfiuuiiibor tlio tlnte uiul ho Hiiro to comic. defeated by thu humble Isthimou by a iK'oie of Mo 7. Tho "picked Sunday School Convention to bo held Tiik HiirrodHbuiK Doinocrat suys that up" nine, nn they claimed, included hero 2.M to 'J.'ith. Let everybody help Mr. It. 0. llriulli'y, ttio lij;litniiiK some of tho bi'bt talent that tho reat and send tho delegates away well pleased Color of Into of this place, has three thin nml learned Danvillites have ovor sent with Stanfoid. resilience unuVr coiihtructioii in that to tho diamond as well as timber from Oils) Tho Confidence committee tiuds town, rann'iMK in prico fioni $:i,000 to Lexington ami windy Chicago. Yes, that Rev. Sam Small is short only a begS7 000, hesiiles othur contracta thero uiul the humblo 1. J.'s defeated 'em with the garly SI, 000 in his account with the hi' Lawreiifelmrn ami HiiHtonyille. greatest ease and can do it again when rnivetsity, and refuses to take acreformis a hustler nml has always ot a it is necessary. The score shows that tion against such a uarrow-giiag"Dick" 011 hiinet'lf. ami softer snap er. There stems to bo something small inovo tho game was Lexington by for tnaay a about Sam, besides his name. LouisMr. S. J. Knibry's, who our boys have not tackled Tub cook at ville Times. Mills Co., Lexingday, although tlieD.'shad thoirown was no doubt niakiim preparations to The town marshal and tho postmasand everything their own way. In 15. F.'a secreted a sale by all ton, Ky. soniu of tho l bustle, for tho n nanus where thero are so many bcores ter of Lithia Springs, Lia., wore shot and to do all kinds Hood flizo old ham in her And JEWKLRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r Grocers. how-ovitBcomsan expenditure 01 breath to toll cut down on the streets Saturday night first-cla- ss occasion. Mrs. Kinhry miafaod it of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. "special features,"hiitl!fccciii3, our by disorderly negroes whom they had fail to use Cream and iiiBisted that sho help hor hunt of tho attempted to arrest. Most of tho negroes pitcher, and Wilson, the its for it. Wliilo ho doiiin tho ham loft good Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Cliemicals at all hours,- if you of praise, as well as Kam-so- aro in jail, aud, should tho men die, ns plaeo and fell on tho floor expos- aro deserving hidliiK fear a day and night. who won additional laurels in both seems likely, conservative citizens Cook. and ing tho thief as well as tho keen trick wholesale lynching. batting and eho had played. e i I'm-roralty . Hon. W. II. Miixdi: has buckled on his armor and taken the war path for the now constitution ami will speak as follows : loth, at Hrigbt's School House; Wednesday night, 17, Thursday night, IS, Sugar H.ovo ; Saturday afternoon, L'0, Waynes-burg- ; same night, Highland; Monday night, ".', Milledgcville; Tuesday night, J:J, McKinney, Wednesday night, 124, Rowland ; Saturday afternoon. U7, Crab Orchard ; Saturday afternoon, July 11, IVrkins Store Hee Licki; Monday afternoon, l.'i, Stnnford , Hound Knob School House, Nth, nt night; White Oak, loth, at night ; Kingsville, loth, at night ; lioshen, 17th, at night, and at Anderson's School House, near Fphesus, 1Mb, in afternoon. He will also speak nt other points, which will be announced later. Hon. H. 1. Jacobs will likely bo with Mr. Miller nt some of the appointments. Afternoon speaking at .10, night nt 7:I0. To-nig- ht, if? n French-ersvill- e; x n 3 ft For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, r, ! I I o ; M Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Rice, Cheese Pickles, Preserves and, Jams; r Fancy & Family Groceries ICE, ICE iI. ELKIN I PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. (lib-bon- r Stanford, The Most Popular SALT - 1 bar-rel'Sa- lt. -- jut J". IB. FOSTER. - g$4 f W. B. IVlcROBERTS, o Join-NAU- The BEST FLOUR T DRUGGIST AND JTErEXuEH, Has the Newest and Latest" Styles o " ) Paper, Wall ? 1011-tract- CREAM the For Og-tle- n o one-side- d 11 on-terta- in nin-pir- o made Roller FLOUR Largest and Handsomest want a happy Alabastine; Every Shade and The Best and Purest VhileLead and Ready Mixed Paints and Need's Carriage Paint's; Line of verware, Watches, Clocks Sil- er crack-catche- r, y, Don't Flour Bread baso-runnin- MafaMafttki -- . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT Published Every Tuoaday and Fr day Vi l'KK YJSAll,iy jYD'' not so paid WTVhn $2.60 :il e charged.- - K. L. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train i.nve ltosvland at 700 a. m., returning at j:o p m. L.&. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North 5 'P m South The litter trams also carry passengers. The above i calculated on standard time, Solar time it about 30 minutes faster Expresstratn " South ' " North Local Freight North Sojih u 30 pm ijipm tu.im 6yju .m;"' tffiWfttfb nir.c VI 3 iiit.- - a.s. I'liics;;. Mar terd. SURGEON DENTIST. McKuberts' on Mam street, oxer s . DR. W. B. PEfflNY, Dentist. Office South side Mam street, in office vacated by Dr. L K Huffman. Stanford. Ky. recentty DR. I. B. COOK, AND PHYSICIAN SURGEON, Residence, Hus-tonvi- STANFORD, KY. Drug Store ot James 11 Ossens property at the junction 100-- 6 m Dam ille pikci. and Office over McRobcrts' rTc. morgan, d. d. s. DENTIST. street, opposite Portman House, upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Uus gtsen for painless extracting STANFORD, KEN1L'CK. Office on Main W33X,jL .BOKXKTG The total output of coal in the Unita And before the interview was over he promised to throw all the old letters Kingdom last year reached, according to Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. n iuckj. Call on or a.ldn-- me at SUntoro. away and never speak of nagging again. the official statistics just published, L. 1. 15,000. t Surplus, . - - - tons, against 1T8.016.721 totn in Chicago Tribune. 1S:9. Tho increase was thus l.OHT.IOl Cnclo SauiN Guy Ytiiiiij; Illrml Jinn. tons, or nearly 27 per cent. OR u THK LINCOLX NATION Ai. BANK OF STANFORD. TIHU , .'i He was a gay young officer, and Uncle ,j .!' I!) ' A I nirstic Dealer in Sam was in great luck to have such a Attention 1ms recently been called to N w mg up) with the sans asaota and under the same managvsnent. nice hired The car the singular fact that AND LIQUORS, and he had man. his brightwhs crowded, ury ago tho inhabitants until half a cent art as iiiiivnofat its chatter, depusstorsNational now uniform to set of the Philippine in t depositor pr tec tad at SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA. WOUNDS. BURNS, a being bald individually Senn & Ackei man's and Milwaukee bottled right down bedde a diugy old farmer islands were a day behind those of neigh Hi,.., iU sharcholdet beer. 114 East Jefferson street, bet. Floyl and looking ii,.. tu the esteat "I the saosint of their stock SORES. CIOUP, nRONCHITIS, ic. boring countries in their reckoning. chap. Presto, LOUISVILLE,st KY. Steam bottled therein at the par value thereat, in addition to tit good month. My wJir.it.. I to Veep beer, "Well, my avuncular relative," said amount tnveMed in such share, ll may acta PRSCECO CENTS. will be to ... . 11 the Portman Hoi4 aaloon and he, speaking up so utor. administrator, trust, Ac, ns fully as l6pm that the passengers Fcrsd thrro twi-ccat Ferrul llroa., Rowland. staui;a for frea aamnte an individual. Idaho Stock Farm. might have a chance to join in tho who entrusted I best bui:isss to m bos anil buok. I o ihos Measrs Hale ,t Sin, of Independence, wbila maaging the Lincoln National Bank, ot A. G. Lanham. laugh, "what promise does she of whom wtiIp: "."mnie timeagn we had a colt that hurt hit. Jahn 11. Castleman. Manf jrd, we we hare tender our mane thanks ajai one touch makes us all akin hold forth niml leg so it was swollen ahii( the si c ct jour fcnM SI suk m tr.Kt they will coatinu to transact their bu nnena We S nead; thouelit u as ijmnnP H ith us. oHering a aguansnt for ptostM attn-t- . touching the particular of farinaceous Ointment, usedhe one spoiled. and scut f.r he 1. ..s U 52 H h at H l,itie in lo saase, our twenty yeara' esswrttne iffsi V?& smooth cereals?" .nig and as liberal croaacaodatioM as mcaa-- . with aaund baa ten The passengers those who understood Bucklen's Arnica Salve him, and those who didut snickered. ABSOLUTELY PURE, DMBorona: or Id for Ilia bet sals e "How's the wheat crop, eh?" replied aoras, alrrrs. salt in the fever svrcs,cuts. br.i"s, FOR MED'CINAL, tetter, c J J WiUusass, Mt. V.mon j rhrum. TOILET, BATH.l ped kands, ct.iib'.ains, corn, and alt ki er up tho dingy personage. "Pnst rate, fust J. M. Hail, Stantwcd; AND NURSERY PURPOSES, ttfi tlon. and positively c area piles, or no pay rc.j..ir rate." J S. Ows'ty, Stanford ; od. ItTs guaranteed to give perfect satotacuor, rrtATi ftTTV r Z "Ib that which fell alike by the way- or money ret indcJ. rricn 15 cents per be. aMklv'UlaJ OU., S. J. laabtT, Matt fred ;) Chicago, 111. OF Stantord side, into barren places, and upon good Far sale by A. R. Pennv, Stantord, Ky. ZZm JMI II A K. I'cir M. I ..r.e. A. W. Cat pen tot. Ui'ledgevinc: ground completely subterranean?" f J Guaranteed Curo for La Orlppa. J, K.Ratsgruausn, HsutoaviKe, The iassengers laughed. 3AR13EB& CASTLEMAN "Is the seed all under ground, elf?" said We ai'thorue our adertied druggist t .'.! y n ) r. Cash, Stanford ; Dr. KingS New liistovery fir Consumptu William Gooch, bui.lorj. Ky MANAGERS, the couutryman. "Sure; all tho seedin's Cough and Colds, upon this cudition thill re afflicted with La Lrippe and will use s Sl.aalis, President nro X.. V...... 1nnv anil tliitiT .. mmntin'." .w..V, ..... ...0 edy according to directions, giving it a firtii J It. liws'ey, 'Cashier Commerce Building, Louisville. the 'Has yonr retina been impressed by and expern.ee no rynefit, you mav return Wn ' t M Hright, leller money refunded lie any members of the advance gunnl of thi ancf have yourof the seonderful s ioc f l)r Agents throughout the South. H lti..li.iwn. li'ii.rsl K .k offer because ft..-- . Mra..t.na i..ilui.iV , King's New Discovery during last eaon h it t hn detnic. Have heard of no case CQH.3U?j1PT!0N , The paasenzers giggled. . I Trial bottles free at A. R. Penny- W. A. TETBBLSj, iCC1 AffSat, "Seen any Vtato bugs, eh?" said tho Try It Latge site 33c . and Si. store. . m ' xustic. "Yon bet; seen lots of potato STANFORD. KY. BRONCHITIS Good Looks. bng3, but nary an army worm." COUGHS Good looks are morv than "No?" said the gav voting officer upon a healthy condition of alt in deep,depi. Ii all the ,tal cr u,COLDS hRStn 1,ea,lin olT nn incipient inugh. the liver b inactive you hase a biliou. Ir. k, il !? HAY CURES be discrdeied you hase a p'. stomach Wasting Licoacss taiViW W WflWi. 'And why it tho iinnywonu no lonser your and if your kidneys arTected you bave look with yon?" Secure your health and ou pinched look have good looks. "Well," said the old professor from the terative and tonic, Klectnc Hitters is the great or- Wondorful Flosh Ani t acts directly on these it si Mnny litvo gaiueJ ono iottud Potlunk Agricultural college, "I heard gans Cures pimples, blotches, uoila indjiu- Sold per day by its u.e. that most of 'em had been jugged for good complexion. bottle at A K Penny's clr. store, 50 cents per OF SPECJSL INTEREST duplicating their pay accounts." Sctitt'H J'.inulsion U not it Bocrot m The jsasaongers roared. Chicago TribIt contains tho stimulat-in- ,' Ii. Knight, lepresentini: a loan and romeily. une. Middles-bwproperties of tho Hypophos-phite- s investment company, worked oL' Live Stocic. and puro Norwoginu Cod A MIsuntliropeN Ailvlro. for SS.oUO aud skipped. Livor Oil, tho potency of both Timou of Athens, notorious for his Milea' Norve and Livor PUld being largely increased. It is used hatred of the human Bpecie, one day OfRceof the Cincinnati Vision Stock Y.ird Co., - regulsting the liser, Art on a K. FAU3IKK, mounted tho rostrum at a popular ns- - stomach andlies, principle- the nerses. A new by Physicians nil over tho world. through boise's CINCINNATI, MAY 14. 1891. seiublv. and when the astonishment ere- - discovery Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure bilio. s tcrpid user, piles, PALATABLE AS MILK. te, jj.. jjj, nppenrailC6 hal subsided, nes, bad taste, men, women, children constipation ARTIST, At a meeting ol lh Board of Directors held this L ne.iualed for amaliest ' WU' un"B,,aou y, ,0"W,nf Hold hi) ttll Drtmifhts. addressed his fellow townsmen ns fol- - mildest, surest. 50 doe aj ccuts. Samples fre bTANrOKD, KLNTL'CKY, Iowa: "Atheniaus, I have standing near at A. It Penny's, Stanford CCOTT AnOWNE, Chamlr.ts. H.Y. It - a ' r i. ' irh r S'nip on Mam tiret op tt house a flg tree on which many a p.. it. niv Ilisi.e 111.1 mni n.sitrs a hrr .iiMlter. Att unpoi-.HiMondaj, dilwn bag That on and after ,'! mcl ,it nt, nt on miiri itlsmy nrsgtrUw e - ywiipr- ur. h i1 IU' talo ol if ii aki t.oi:;i. himlf il - illil W. rk H.lr. in N a is. loosl una spot, the ItesloT.it erect building . nh .I. f l Sts ra'i.s s tii. x, Mav 18 ' 1891 ' there will be no intention to would a give you on thonotice tncltfini ur113 anr "nun TATjGST, 1 thought I ni 'm . due nvcr li.s.1 " b . i.i.iwrsul v s ..;.(' e.s. h"a who wish to charge made for yardage and lefbrehnud, so that any Rn ufciTH tlui tton In dftl v .1 itch.i 1HE ..is r v c n.'ry. tl's sexual hunt' ttu.mHMli'tt& sum Ac oy ?s' v t I. liu ditzlness. '" Adoli C Amlrftrr A M .rrsiv. .f JLi weighing on any live stock sold trw cnt down." Anecdoten-Buch- . 11. oMfwi us Os , rr F"rt .lyiu , lact . u.d (0) ney sl.i'1- tii . hundrrHli (s. '. au.i MAGIC KoMirt. The at these yards. wh ell sold u r: p s'ly. or tttcd ntiv inu t mi. ts.ui-Tr1.1t ti.'1'..ea of Ui's Mrs. Wickstaff 31y dear, this ribbon gavo aitcli IS Is ' ' Uy order of the Hoard. iiht'I you have brought homo for Pido is a gra it nt A Cl'o- 'I nn.i'a ci'i Nerso. I'linnsfa, H. svho gutr.iUWtsn nod Iree ut Y J. LlPrlXCOl l, hade too light. iccouiinends s. UOUISV.LLC NASHVILLC R. R. j'allnreM tu g.lle. CHOLERA CURE! Wickstaff-- All right. I'll try it over. I am well prepared to bore we'll and will do the work in a good m.inuer an..1 promptU Potatoes (ironing on a flr.tpp Vino, The owner of a garden in Greenman-vill- e had occasion recently to prune a In his ignorance ho failed to graiHjvine. royal nvr.j j consult "Daboll's yearly clam tide regulator," and mutilated tho vino in tho wrong season, with tho result that the iluid extract of grape began to run and 'MFt iL.-s5HP f there was danger of tho vine bleeding to A " V death, when a happy thought went OU through his brain. Securing some large teed potatoes, he dissected them and HE MADE A BOLD STAND. the pieces to the cuts. They stuck Ills W'lfo II ml linen NsiksIiir Him I. one together like twin brothers and the vine and potatoes tlnuri-hegathering life i:noiigli, mill Mi' So Infoiiinil llcr. "Henry," she said, a3 ho took oil his from each other, till now thoy form a overcoat ami looked nrotuul lor his slip- conglomeration of grape and potato vino per, "did you uinil that letter Hint 1 that is attracting the attention of farm-er- t and agriculturists for miles aronud. gave yoti yesterday?" New Loudon (Conn.) Day. "Yes. my dear," ho replied promptly; "1 mailed it yesterday afternoon." Ttwm I a ISIr M;iti. o (l A r.' II ' "Are yon sure? One must travel from tho north end of all in Ile a. tn. ,. He drew himself up haughtily. He felt K .'.! iik .t that he had the best of it this time, and Jasper county to tho south end to realize the great difference in temperature. he proposed to make tho mot of it. LIME AND BRICK. "Marin," ho said with dignity, "I have Crops may wifely be planted in the stood this nagging ns long as I propose southern end of the county a month earwill de'.ner I.i .e at Out- j h.i.l.cl in I to. Every time I undertake to do any- lier than in tho northern part. Oranges Stanford ar.d the eih'i irh..J may bo raised in tho south end of tho thing for you you insult 1110 instead of will also 'n.i ..n t , r ird, Hn. k thanking me, and all because I carried county with more safety than figs in tho at ; cms hundred ,ir ' .ui t -i' cb in .. north end. Serious damage was caused some letters of yours two days onco and . (hill KIU hi. IK Cr.' Or.luid .1 failed to match a piece of ribbon. It to tho fruit crop at neper by the late cold spring, yet twenty miles below has gone on long enough, and hereafter I want it understood that when 1 say 1 town it seems not to have affected vege- THE SHELTON HOUSE, have done n thing I have dono it, find tation in nuy manner. JasiHjr (Tex.) J. 11 UREER. Proprlotor. that settles it. I mailed your letter, News Boy. Maria, at Randolph and State streets." Tho only denizens of the old familiar - "Then," said tho littlo North Side wo- Goolet house, at the corner of Broadman, and her eyes Hashed, "what is this way and Nineteenth street, .Now York, accor.imodatio.-- s at reasonable rates. Open day and that the potman left this morning, aro the sister of the Into Mr. Peter Goo- in c i.i.cttiand lujcht amplr roowi m g nA Intry n ft- marked 'Received in Bad Order?' It be- let, who left her a life interest in the gins, 'My Dearest Harry,' and ends, place, and two old colored servants a 'Yours lovingly, Lily.' Henry, did you man and a woman. These do the work mail my letter, or did you" and she ' of tho establishment, within doors and witlin tapped the envelope sho hold. without. This pleat int und lit.lt liful resort will "I think 1 think I did," ho replied meekly, ns with trembling fingers lie It is tho boast of Dr. Gallinger, tho 1891, pulled his wife's sealed and stamjied let- new senator from Now Hampshire, that I villi v rtter out of his iocket. "I I guess I he has set type in nearly every newspaper .wiir ' C f i .t mailed that old ISsO letter bv mistake, oilico north of Maon and Dixon's lino t .r- r. t r Slfk Maria. You remember Lily, don't you, and between Maine and the Misnibnippi. '' i Mary? Youthful llame of mine. I won- His political career began in 1S8J, when I' der whore sho is. Have you heard, Ma- he was elected to congress. N Tor dale In the S, II I THE R"lind. RILEY U. HOUSE, bitr F. Twenty HuiltliitK Lots London, lOtpof.ite limits o Rowland KILEY, Proprietor, - - - Kentucky. .iklW a p55i :i DARST. -- C3 fct-J- j m.a, A waw utJ.j.jL., I have move 1 to my Hew Hotel and am eter to fucpartd tiisn attarlveHl accommodate the p. bis. and every coiitenicuce desired Uise nic a call. FKANK KILEY. II ,m? w awe aj-pli- d, POWDER Absolutely Puro finished my new Saw Mill on the Somerset pike, 7 miles Imin Man'oH and an prepared "itiwtid in i t i. til il i e ii Die K I.. ' i. fmr.i.h any kind 01 I.LMBEK, SHINUl.KS. 4' (,!, r.l ni'ir the i east ot A . ji I.OWPSI TRICKS. I will sell th linn laiiliird aid Pr. ri ii t" Hie 'rum at tT a the mill or drln er, t aislt pun 'ii.ers. Give eisslll" pik. , i'l t i.pru I til sc.eeVin.. i - trial. i'.tofh e. MAYWOIII), K I !. pi, ,i.nt .in h iitlif.il iiiiiiurr Ites.nt uili il.livcr .tw..l lifsm.it limUs at Stan-diss aci'Miim datlxliswi '.. fi rnishcd ' . i r Rowland at I pel M. m re ."I and. ii the Springs hase hern A B BAST1N 4. iy Absouk i wiiilie reasonab'o rk, the uy amusement will I daunt.,,, ' ilK,r. etc Carnage will meet gissl. at Hs In notincd Th araaon ol ifv will . ;. i. (irand P1 nio June i , Tien,. - ' . ir.f , I hnv ! ' i ' 1 ( I COOK'S SPHX3NTGS i ts Farm For Sals. a'-or- i f- . .11 !rir to sell my larm t situ 1J0 a'nut miles n rth of t.nlori u th. Rush llranch pir,opHitdh- l.Uhur h lbt( Art (Umt o acres in an re; tin .Itncc if the tarm well satin nm.t!iy (.ood dwelling I. rooms I -. htui 1l.1t s ly aMr.'s.i'4 I 1 1'iilK Pr.r , Sur.l i." - hi-i-t I i't and kitchen and a plen!id sew . ati wateiad and fdoted. befivnimmdiatly. For wrticular. rv ).V. Baney, Stanford, or urn at the nn Cincinnati, ("ilo. V. WI Ht.RS. ''am; ur is ll l'..se. .l 1 OLD S ST. HOUTE I'- -. (I ( Mt 1 5 - Washington, Philadelphia Baltimoro, Now York, All (vaiils Last ili.l S utheast li.l) one iiiglit mt Irom Lev. g' n, Corrtcted 'time Carl ns Kit eel May i , - , Iu.il I" t 1 1' 1 K 1 , rn- .1 KK u C'urr cortis, it. . d- BOHEOFATSM BALYL skin f.111 Rowlaiifl,. Pirst-iUts Kentucky. diseases, halter has 'urns, Itwn used 'tin- - jjivs n and t r rem it propi'n-.- t rrnf.. 1. rttHarka r urrd and te.iitii mial. Mill ' 'le. N.iturr. will apprar i'i ti i Mad ai a Ijtcr date I'...' and ..il.t r- - - is n bruirs. i.V. .n.l 'iriie Whrreser it i..lrfil saimUi imn ... list.iU. sirjiti'ies Id irs, i Mr 'j I H Mli.i.lNs I. M. LffST, SALE Kitrcis, JUS 'III ITA3LS, KY. fc. 'r.ojiit ' Sl'ANrsKI). OPEN Jl'NEio, - Wiwl km I 111. SPECIAL ATrt.VUON t. COMMERCIAL Fast Mail leave Huntington dally at 00 travelara. Ilawaa aad snolaa bouarht aad aoM. CatlsstUburf 6s, Ashland jy. Oilvsj H.K J j ' OnW horses attd y.hit l.s used is) Hvn Stalling ?, Wtnchastcr 11 oj nnd artUrt I.. Ingt at is ot pm Limited t'.tpreia leaves Huntlngloss dsi' 1 K Srat-claas 1 JCttait Houml. Fast Mail leaves Lilteto daily at - ; a t inchvster S 3, Mt SterUng l.,OHse It II' Ashland si is pm, Cat lett. burg i si, arris in. HuntlnKtoii 11. jo pas I united Exprwas Wsvei Leslngsnn daily at ' Ml Sterling 7 ., Olnr II pm, Win. he.ter 7 , ,. Ashland 44, arn ln j j. Callettaburg II iislingt'sn at ll 07 pm SsskKlay, l A. c.iaiino.latioa, daily, I .esiiigion at it, pm, iii'hiler 7 10. Mt linn ; . arris In at Olive lllll ai 10 prs AcconsBiodatbrti, ila'ly atcept Sundav, In p.. Mi L'smgton at 11 40 am. Winchester i Sterling cs pm Dally leave tlliv It ill Ashland 8 4 am, Catlett.hu i oi, artltr. I1 .it iogt n f $ am, 's 1 cl 1 111 I c ! r Farmers Bank&Trasl Co. UK 11I 1 1 STANFDRI. KV . mie?" f.nly otgauiicJ and ready for business with ,, Ashland y,, pai. Calls tlsburg WiacbsMW 4 s8 an u Mt. Veiling 4 at Lrsingt s it 1 ,1 ina srpt Snndss Accommodation, daily Olive Hill 4 am. Ml. Stsirlirtjr 6 $. U ... is and arrtv at l.tiogt n at 1 of am .om nidation daily leaves Huntisit VW.. 1 M..,WH.K " V .. Ashland ? i and ar, ..... ""d. i, 1 . Mil. . . ' .. - At One Dollar a Foot. s Sterling at 1 m pas, t Inchester l.esmgt.m al 1 4) pm V .k.'vs mil it. 5$ pas. r.scepi uneay leas.. 1 sjaas: ar , r I '. ltl,-GH.'.J- ik 34-t- -- 1 w ml . I Limits-- . i Votibuitd r'spr.s. runs dails .'. Pullman fti'..ulid Hutlrt Sleepsm hsrtssrr,, iss'lle. Lcxinatoa. Washiaa'un. New 111.) P.iiat Cossfoit This train made .if. celahraicd 1 1 WINES ( nt : la ROYAL LIVERPOOL. - IT ) ' : ark Itisuranse Company, 1 -- East nf lluatmglnn nn the C. A . Bout last Mail 1 rams run ttaily except v s it tween Lessngiois an.' Mniiiingian. v connertinu si Hisntiagton wiir. (.' a' (I , land with Ss. V. fc ; at W .lirbcier with K t R. nott't and fctith ''(ia !. and at l.ax.i.Kt L A N , I S and C , N. O. T. P. Hal' .. . aud Olive Hill AcCosnraOvlai. esrapt Sundai. Conner t at Winchs-- r from K C potats and at Lesingtsn. with I A It It Iff I OUISVlll Lesingun and Mt Sleeliag Accmtms. Is. runs dsllj except Sunday, and mako divr. nsvstlvsn at Winchester ti and from M.I ouajh aad Kschasond. and nt Lealagto .1, Rr, Car Louisvlllv Vor full mfrmatso tn Vesfard to rate Ac , apply 14 any agent of ths or conn tu. to t H. t. KINTINi-.lo- v C" Hi. . v I' .. . i, , r. t' 1?. v. un' . 1 t, , . Ii I M viIf h. . t . N s k. s 1 . . ii Si K r S r o--- - s I ' . I ; i . W -- lif III Hf HM 1 Ww CfflSffi1 . Vs. 'ssjh- 11 ' rLsafU't' ". iiii .'.ill f.& vMaSVs?' lli.rL.rJv wr - j v-JT- 't.i ir..";i.vv kri. 111 SCOTT'S scrofula '. ' ! (H&SSWva.ssMsuVaB, raes -. " 11 . IStWtnWXj .jj. """' !) Jp. Iwri Makn St I . it 'i,e irt 111 .1 P'oducor. u.(L,:(rriAfArii,:(, Central I u.o irs-'. ' .line, ti n I ' .1 f 1 jr i' 1., & . mi Chisag Mu' 14 P. int.. r" .. C,esr..ii) iMrsiit, iii,ll..iap "i.a Hie West, Canada, 1 , New Kngtan Sliippers o Washsuglnn. Pa'timrre, Phila.lc tji 1. kst tune m H .rrods' urg, Franklori K Ll, l.lnon.i, Vlhl.lSIA Sh.rt'.t .. , New Vorlc, Uoston, 1 , ll& II. 5T0XS0 RIAL: ' S0I1J Trunin, COa out LfM'ttfe itiaIc 1' vtlle, A he ht, i'vJltiijn i v till-. ha(sj;i'. At, .tnokiliy ihr-iI. .ihir sicrjitr t ; , r, . i. tlirci Ln h.iM ni ut-- l t oriLCt i. ui h urg juJ nirmiti(U4ti en ro itc points, iti t r - hi i sl vj .111 I -- f - I . 11 1 . ' 1. is- 11 f- I RD3LT(A s - I 1 s M-- . WOHTK . -- : s . t : sV. '. Lt - ll- - T7 '"' V Dm? A. Tf? anwafj I ARITER' j fur Atlanta, Columbus. g Maron, s,s..rT. i, t j!oi., Augu-ta- , I.i il , a. Cit) .Thomasville aud I !. Kl ll ' MS 1, is lire runuing solid trains with ,h ice u.i'.ir r Palace Msseping Cars in Jj t Cl .llano. 1. 1 I I . .. r r I s.i r. v or i ..l 1. . tm 1 1. ssi ii.,' t iif sfcw lor an) class, of Hiintssille, ,. ,,cn .11 .ml .', P Mci.1pl.1s and AKKAN'sA pmi n , ii. kest lo Aiimsloti, Ss lni i, it 1 unci n ns njdc at NKH t , misibus tran.fpr for toslsc si', AMD .,.ilgomery, D. r, K i c j FIRST NATIONAL BANK ok STANFORD, KY j j Vm rionhiinti, of tViilhlti in the Country. Ho "Why. that distressed look, Rosalie? m l public is invited to the fact aeu me, tiiuuit, are you iu; Attention of the ......- -. hbiik . una gone ttown my uaci: duo v that this is the only iNanouai National Hank Act. ( Under the provisions of the and we can't get homo for half by the capital nnd depositors are secured not only stockholdeia' liability lor an un hour. Life. Istock, . . ... r" MM...I.batLy' ,theihP .,ck. bs athat denoiitors of Ul 1UUM, -- 'I fund ol 5400,000. thl. institution are secured condition of the bank A lU'prlinaiiil. statements of the sworn Capital Stock Surplus 3200,000 IG,SOO brought homo today is a shado too dark. Wickstaff (wearily) Then wait until tomorrow aud I'll change tho dog.- -e Cloak Review. ioW.bnt the ribbouSt vJ IHM t ss:y. In business In fu.l in rri moru.ity, 'i nolir on .;i j.:i,i.,iiiks und lb Is c hi k f .r i 1, a its health. A we- h u. ri u o,'i . nn insusirei'il panne ol t.sliuf in nl 1' th" t, do; not cirou'nte propiTiy 111 hi- iun at, tin r- l short-nes:- t of bro.itli. asl mi.i etc 111 ib" Oi.nn, duzi. Make cl isc c muect! ns at neat,, btiisdiiclie. L'te.; lu lu: sioinuch. wiud, lalii. In.llh'ost.on, lulnt iel etc , 111 the liver, In the left side, LOUISVILLE Aud CINCINNATI etc l'ain torpidity, bliounler and stonincb Is can sod iiy h,irt slralu. Fur all these nmluilies Ur Mi.es' Ncsv Cure (or ..r all points. the heart and lung is the best icmedy. Sold, KunntntHvd und luconimootlttd b A, It. I'oiiny. THKoC'iH TK'KKTS SOLD. llAvj(,A(.L CIIICKJ-Trcuti&d free lHROLtlH ,.. People wajisswaaxsMnMnMBajiMniniigsaiaji TEXAS, MEXICO 1 CALIFORNIA. , . - ., n 1 - Double IDaily Tmins tluo.igli line to Ja. k.on And uk, ,.r, , Mi" strcscp.rt La., inuking dilect cnimei.1 w th it "ii. .11 his trausler I 'r Dallas I rt rr . At. sii.s, .n sn iil)in, El Paso and points in ' 11 : TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. it cs D w m Tho Finorit on Earth. Und Dining Car service bctiveen Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Chicago and is the only line Through Reclining Chair Cars between On-- c nnati, Keokuk and Springfield, III. andSleupiiig Cir Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and th run-iing ..,i -- ) The Cincinnati, Hamilton A Dayton K K. is the only line running Pullman's Perfected Safety Vestibules! Trains, with Chair. Parlor, Sleeping For any information enquire of J A. CARPENTtK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. Or W. W. PENS', Trav. Pass Ai;ent, Junct iuii C ty, K) Five nre made each year to the United States governexamined at ment and its assets are thus secunug Mated tunes addititonal by government agent-- , perfect safety to deponturs. and This institution, onmnatly c.tablished a the Deposit UanU of Stantord in il$l, then 111 and as the National Hank .ol Sunfcrd -. sr. .1 ..,..as 111c ..a... ". ncain lftis had practically an uniu er- Stantord in 1S81, years It is better supplied existence of r. .. :.i. ..n.itrc fnr trjn.actiiiL' business nrorant long and lv and liberally thancser before in iu Kongrable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals resptctfully aohc- V'l'he Directory of this Ilanlc is compsMed ot of Stanford; T I Foster, Ueid, Lincoln county ; 4 Korestus llayden, Stanford ; W. J. c 11 ltauehman. Lincoln; 1 ij y Derietween Cincinnati, Dayton. Lima, Taji-do- , troit, the Lake Regions and Canada, 111 the State ot The road is ne of the oldest Ohioand the only line entering Cincinnati over n miles of double track, aud from its past record can more than assure its patrons speed, comfort aud Only Direct Lino UA tvntMrMt VH an'ssl MSiaa 1 y TtitnC l5'Jpi.iCVillt htrfM8ANfCHIUG0RjC- - J T!i itinandd of dollars worth of ihiek-i'ime tlestroved bv C'htilera evorv yi-.tr- ymmy 2s. r.iiJwnsjpwfzc: oO-co- nt em 111 oradd-e.- tor mat Lni call on Agent at JhUlIivii s KorthMugh ratra correct iount C.C Vice Presiaent. riARH. Ttas UIVNKW Pass Agt D 11 , I li Cm. rati. ( I.IHVAKI).-,Ii p, ,V r A., (iiv Ks '(l!)l I IV, es'n.tun, ,Kv maps and li. I il f t ',f v " m imi H sn w --sis- TO safet. I it kelson lalecverywuore, and see that they rend C , II .VI)., either in or out of Cincinnati, Indianapolis or Toledo. ll. O. McCOUJllCK, Genera! Passenger and Ticket Agent. ('(((UA'GJD; Ami .... Ami Jt w nioro fntsil to them than other ilfceitMiii combined, ilut tho diMifry of a liquid remedy that . all k' uier, ii ciiiii, Karris umcoiu, S. llocker Stanford; C. A. Lackey, Lincoln: T. P. Hill, Stanford: W. O. welch, Stanford. ,W. I', Tate, Stanford. . r. TI..t,, yr lohn l'. Mc Roberts. Cashier; A. A. McKinnev. Assistant Cashier OFFICERS: President: 95-- Our Artist Just look, darling! I was short of canvases, so I've stretched a Seo how clean jiocket handkercliiof! splendidly it takes tho paint I His Prudent Littlo Wife Oh, John, tlear, how extravagant of you! It'll never come out! Punch. "X. When When When When Baby wa3 nick, iro nave her Ca&torl.-i- . she was a Child, sho cried for Castorio. she became JIlss, sho clung to Costorla. sho bail Children, slio cave the in Castorio. Chicago v itboiil chauge, Gn via the Monon and get the Host for the least . l'"or information address niODv!)-KcriolobyW IAS. BARKER O P A Chicago ,V G. CKL'SM.D. P. A. Louutille. ' iwnl, roan Mullet Chair Cara on all Pullman Vetihall Iluffct Sleupers and train, through to Pull- - tho Microbes has been uiit'lf. Half of tho younir chickons aro killed by Islierohos before thoy aio fryers. A bottle is enough for 100 ehiekeng. It Ls guantntecd. If, after using two thinLs of a bottle, you are not Kitixlicd with it an a curo for Cholera, return it to tho druggist from whom you pnruhayed it, aud ho wilJ refund your money. lit McRobcrts. drar-nu- t. 5 1 ?ala.fi&Wrzr' iSrSSi-Js- T : sX(.5U? , Havinpremoscd my Ilarber Shop to the Com rnerclal Jlntel, I am prbpared to accommodate la- uicsassveiias gentlemen tn nnytbini; iney niny wish In ray line. Children also waited on. Call JESSE THOMPSON, InCoinmerclat Hotel. 'S X 'li Sup. ntue. F 3C