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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891061901 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. UMHI HJ I'HS III u HXhJD -, TjWM lin.ln ...,.-- r . ,ki. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. MrH. JosHpliiMie Ik-ni- y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JUNE l'J. 1891. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. CHURCH his-kor- f II M :i NO. 31 AFFAIRS. 0RAB ORCHARD. Co to W. K. Perkins' for machine Ker. T. J. Godbey will prench at McKeudree next Sunday morning and oil. -- 21. htTf next Mominjr fvtniuT, ' Tlioliop nt the Riley Houieaim well niuht. Dr. John s. Cooper, who has been Kimlish HjmrroHn nri tlwtroyiitic It Mauds In tho atteudml and greatly enjoyed by all. Kev. W. Y. Sheppard will preach at ongauod in the revenue service at Iuis-villcoiiHikrabli wlieiit A pouple of Srenth Day Adventist Odd for several montho, arrived Monday Fellows Hall next Sunday, at 4 r. -- Mr. F. L Thompson bus moved lite liroachom fiom Woat Lilierty, Kr., m., on which occasion the Holy Com- night, briugint; with him the latest political gossip from Kentucky's Taniinany. family to their handsome homo on Itreacheil at the Christian chntch munion will bo celebrated. WtHlnewlay night. A merry party from Lancaster, com- Tho Colorado confetence of the Main Htrout. Marringr licensee were iasnedforthe Methodist F.piscopal lunch has admit-- ! posed of the following gentlemen and Tli trlioools of In? conutj lmvoj ln'i'ii Kivi'ii out with muu hurrv, all I lit lSth for the followtn cmiples : Wm. J. ted women as lay delegates and dropped iiiuiee, iiiueu at the Harris House SunliMtri.'te arc now iirovidod with twrliurs. Adams ami Mary Kllen I.uchty; (i. S. Rev. Sum Small from the membership. day : Prof. J. M. Rupley and Miss Stella stout, Prof. Jno. Anderson i"My Joe Rev. Fred Fuerst. pastor of the Tin) youtn ami Wnnty Ml. Vvinon, Costell ami Mary F. Holt. L. A. Ilvrun. of Manchester, has Lutheran church at Newport, is on John' and Miss Fraiikie Clarkson, Mr. after riiretnl tninin by tln'ir fxcollfiit will ivo boiik'ht the losidence beloiiL'int: to Mrs. trial for criminal assault on one of his Jno. F. Lear and Miss M. L. Curry. itiHtnit'tnr, Mrn. Hflle Uurn-nlWe are indebted to that estimable our jHotlw a innslnit tnmt tins ivviiuik J. W. Jonos for ?..:HK). and will make flock, a matrieil woman, and the church , and cultivated lady, Miss Alice Hardin, t oVI'fc. London his future residence. s all torn up. nt thu lininnis Jailor Ijom) haviuu tho parties Rev. C. P. Williamson has returned of Danville, for the second number of iul soat story Prof. Ia)vi'1I'h imilf sentenced to work on tho streets to cut from Chattanooga where he held a the "Kducational Review," just publishof tho has lwun outilono bv tho editor down the walk in front of tho courtmeeting with M additions, and ed in New York by Dr. Nicholas Butler. telfo that ho has SiKiiul, whom ho claims house on a level with tho now "macad- will fill his own pulpit bore Sundav. It is a high class magazine, and brimfull at thl placo olimb the walls booh amized street, painted boxes, Ac" It Richmond Climax. of succulent food for those interested in of a throo tory honew to oflt circuei bilU i. the host thing they could do. the cause of education. Sunday, June 7th, was the .'W thorofmin. C. X. Scorille went to Williamsburg A private telegram to Mr. Sam HarRev. 11. M. Scudder's pastorMihi Nollio .lolinaiou, ol Uncstr. Mouday night. Dick Ward and wife ate at the I'll wivi lie Presbyterian church. din convoys the sad intelligence of the Mrs. Belle Ultra- ix vitititit hor bister. have been ou a trip to liockcas-ti- During that tiino he has received lo-l of the death of his good sister, Mis ei.loatthis pltu-e- . Mr. Jarata CliUunl, river this weok, and he is not persons into the church, and olllciatodiit Sarah Hardin, at Ilustonvillo Wednesdijtchor at Kowlnrul, stopped otl here e about it either. Miss Norah the burial of nearly 100 of its members. day last. She was the only daughter of n fow iiioiiio rite Motion y, on his way to is on a visit to relatives iu a family of seven, aud nt tho time of her Paris Kentnckian. Livingston Smith I'ini. unite ratting Miaa Kiuma (iarratd, of ManThe Rev. Frank I). Lee, of Fairfax, loath was in hor !K)th year. The burial Ueogrspbicsl Kur-- , undururtisli for the chester, and Misses tieortte and Currati, Vs., killed his brother, U yea is of age, occurred yesterday at Hustoaville. Tuesday, ciit urn kg itl tho ax from Mobil. Ala., along with James aud At tho W. C. T. I, medal contest just .flow the k are. The wound bleti Toba (iarrarrl, were at the Kiley House then shot and killed himself. Family Wednesday night Miss Cracie Tudor wsib troubles sre said to have had much to do for hours More it could be stopped, this week. with the all dr, as Mrs. Lee. who is awarded the large silver medal over live Mr. and Mia. U. A. Brown are in Irotu The Barbourville bas ball kid nine separated from her husband, sought competitors, and Master Henley Bast in resign-- . 11. I. Roeetahaa Muldleelioru. came down Monday and tackled the the small one over three who strove for i'd tho railroad igeuy at Piuaburxaad a loudon kills, with the usual resutt of to get possession of the child. All of the families of tho Christian the honors with him. Miss Tudor's l.xington. iusUlWM. ra. course. The London scoied :w and th Mr. Iarli, of beautiful tU'ort, and church, who reside on tho Hustoiivillo recitation was Mav 1WII ha returned from a vlait to BarlMxtrrille's 12 d The follow iuk snd Danville pikes and between them, young Itastin's merited the hearty I ..nil el. Mr. W. A. Careoa wari in from Burltourville Harlan Wilson, with the help of the Turnersville and which it received. Messrs. J. It. l'ltudmrg yesterday. ' Mr. H. C Uentry is pitcher; (Jeore Smith, catcher; iul McC'ormack churches, will furnish din- Bailey, W. C. Wheeler and A.J. Wilmot Mary Cutnioiaa is in from Knox. Miss Tinsley, Pit Itlack, Uslie Hu.ln, Will the Kuest of Mrs. Davis. Mias Xiollie, Black, (i. Hemphill, Cubby Gallon nod ner Wvdnesdsyof the convention, which acted as judges. Miw Ilalliu Yanpelt. daughter of convenes next Tuesday. The rest of tho a birthday party Monday, H. tiibaon. Ixnidon Tiliord Jones, Stau ford church with some atsiftmico I'ostuiaster Vaunelt, of Danville, is the evemuj:. Mias (?rlt Welwr liaa Intra pitcher; It. A. Wren, catcher; James the Miwes Hardin. Miss from the churches at Rowland, Rush ,u's' will .jiuteill. Mias Alice Pesrl, Carrier, John and (ioahen will provide dlnnor tie Vandeipool, after a two weeks' visit Pur- - W'illitm. Chris ti. l.iviii0ton whooi. Mrs Lucy Keid, Ueorte Kiley. Warren Scovllleand to relatives iu Rckcastle, is at home receied seven' lUjurirs recently Robt. Carrier. Lmiiie Harkleroads ou Thursday, the last tlay of the con- ct Henry King is back from s vention. D.nner will lie served both Mim Nannie from the kick of a borne and Carrier. If the Iktbrior JotaNAU ,r Uolloae. Mr. W. C. Wheolor and storo-rooin the Miller noxt to of ItiuitelUille, are Kennedy aud siBter. want to play somebody they can't crow I'.very mail, wo learn from bandsome wife, of b.uisvillo, are at the visiting Mrs. M. V. Williams orer let them try the Londooe aeain. Rev. John Bell (iilieon, is brimring trns. .111 MJa .May !?aundera, one of , , .. III.. Andy Johnson and Kre.1 Hugi are in names of deleuutes who will attend tho Ix i'uiiii I. preuicsi aim most. uewitctnng NEWSY NOTES. Pineville. boautiet, is tho guest of Mias Lottie convention. Mouday was the hottest June 15 on Mrs. K. U. Smith and daughter, Logans. Greek and 0I River. rc ord. Katie, are visiting friends in Stanford. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. The Farmers' Alliance of Madteoo O.'A. Bfuedn-- was elected school Elaborate preparations are .being hnn munod 0. I. Part, n ipttblicmt, lor trustes of this John Cash mdd to Johnson, of made by the Crab ? Orchard Masonic litrict. tiio (at venr hl cuttle at 3 eta. Boyle, Klijah p'K)iimore sold to tho iougu 10 pivo a gniuu onroecue and pic II. Victor New comb, loraaeilr preai-deJ. T. Mi.the purchased of Wobb, jc here WwIiu'mIbv, Juno iMth. which butcherm 11' fat Iioks l :t cts. of the L. A S., has hum committed Misses Arnold, of Paint Uck, aud of Boyle county, a pair of horses for the surioundini; countrv is expected to an inHno Hsylurn. HtUel Beasley. of Mauford, apout W0. be an ulnni.l.infi. to attend. There-wil- l lour liullew wera killed by a stroke Wednesday with Mise Uura Iteatley. -- Wanted V) head eattlts to grnio on of good things to tickleltho palate, and a .f lightning at ft picnic in one of lb Mr. W. H. Tray lor lost a valuable cool trass. Address J. K. Vanarsdalo, topious rlow of elomienee to enthuse the jwrksof St. St. on ok horse by lightning. Mr. K. y. .Stnnfonl. heart and edify the eoul. Among the j -- On hh trtol llich Johnson, tho I'nrte Beaxley aa ho so unfortunate to loose Fob Saii! Yoke of Inrso work oxon, notables on the programme for speeches oeuro who hiiueiHl M white women at one from the lock jaw, mused by a nail. woll broke. thoroughbred Holstoin, t,ru un. jamL.s d, i$n(.k 0f Barbour It. !vio;Col. Sam JJoono. of Somerset. various tiiiiws, ww civon flvo years in Mr. Jets F. Cook, of Cook's springs, bulls. W.H.Miller. jail. Jersey cow, with second cnlf, gives; Ju.lge Oeorgo Denny, Jr., of Lexington ; informs us that he has enlarged his ball A disptitru from Attsliit, Tex., wiyaj room and made great gtdlons of milk a day, for sale by W, Rev. A. J. 1'ike, of Woodstock ; Judge innny other imthoro aro tho must for iimny provements, and will open up the IVth B. McKinnev, Man font. J. D. Cart or, of .Alt. Vernon, and Mr. , ...t. -- Wo will sell shipbtuir for a few days Henry feandifor. ' of Danville. Jndeo v.inn.. C3om is Illroildv Ulndo. Hltll will with a bis picnic. Public invited. . yield It) to . bushels por acre. We noted in the L. C. mid I). H. at SI- - per ton. for cash only. Now Hignins' wide and lawn, did west dtmintrs at items i.f the I. J. some few mouths ago, stunford Roller Mill Co. A rlotul-hws- t has lieun selected as the place to hold XcutiiHiivitle, Tonn. Tho town wna S. J. limhry has dolivered to Brad - tilt. ft.te ; and ovory citizen should do all that we could rejiort by tho middle of Heroml houses woro swopt away, J ii ue one or two matrimonial matters. ley Bros, a thoroughbred colt to train on j ,js ,)0Wt.r to aid' the committee of ar-crops woro destroyed and stock drowiifd. ' So Mr. John F. Umnt. manager of the shares, mutually satisfactory. raiiaemont, Messrs. John Poole, W. A. FoitSAt.it' A No. 1 young milk cow, Henzlev and Curtis (Jover. in mnkiii.. th.. Frank Slnvin. of Australin. knockil Middlostioro Iron and Pioneer Foundry, Jako Kilrain. of Haltiinore. out In thoj enmo down Monday, and making prepa- Hrstcalf. she is a cross with Holstem ntlnir a splendid success. . !. McClnrv. 'Jw nth round In N'ow York, and took thv ration, ws driven over to Danville and Jorsov. The children's day exercises at the Kilrain was ldly isol Tuesday, whore ho was married in the SIO.OOO purso. The Roller Mills bought a car loid of wheat at Ntcholnsville ntSl. 03 a bush- Baptist church last Sunday was a sucup. First Presbyterian church to Miss CharMiddluslKiro's water works nru in lotte Spencer, and under tho holy bond el, which will iwt 51. l'J delivered here. cess. The o tie rings were all that could M. K. Klkin .V Co. bought of A. T. be expected. opiMatioii. Tho sUiiul pipo holds l.'i)-00- Kev. lireen pronounced them man and Miss Leah Steger returned home last Xunnolloy, a lot of 150 pound hogs at 3J, !h1Ioiih of wator and tho lesorvoli wiso. Miss Spencer was formorlyof will ho able to nupply a hoifers at 52.S,. Friday fiom (.ieoruetown Female Semi- wlioncoinploto and bince being in tho neighlwr-hoo- d and of Fred Stone three In Louisville Tuo.sday 1,'JliO hogs- - nary, whole she passed the colleginte city of 75,000 inhabitants. has made many friends, who wish .Minnio L. .Myers is in trom heads of leaf tobaccoo woro sold, tho 'lnr- Kimono Ulrod. who got n juduuient her a long and happy life. She was f .,..VK) for llbol Hcahiist Manaor John in h costume of pom I gray silk 1iir....et ttiiiiilu.revnrili.4iio.mxl of in nnv forest I'iUK iniVlTMty 01 t. l.otllS, .Airs. M. Mo., to visit her T. Macauloy, of Umievillo ,hlm nrreatwl warped Henrietta, trimmed in light city. L.Harris. Sho was expected Saturday, of cattle, jail, whom ho shade velvet, hat and gloved to match, For Sai.k' sixty head on a capias and placed in steers and heifers, also several but was iu tho ndlrond wreck at Sebree while tho groom was stylishly dressed staid three hours and (hen pave bond. Falmouth Allen I toward turned1 in a Hue Prince Albert. The attendants yokes of good work cattle. Apply to It. City, by which sho was delayed 21 hours At but was unhurt. Sho brought with hor .St Mate's evidence and testified that his. woro Mise Laura lteazley and Mr. J. T. II. Bronaueh. Crab Orchard. -- J. K. Lvnit tells us that ho and 1). " 8ol1 dals awarde.l by tho faculty. brothers, 0oar ami Arch, and Scott Smytho, of Middlosboro. Thebridoand Vocotaoug. Af groom immediately after the ceremony Mmuitt hava sliiiiDtHl alreadv over Mr. uwl Mn. V.C. Wheeler, ol Louis- Whalon killed Maisbal tak refno in jail. was performed left for Junction City, J.OOO lambs, averaging 7S pounds, the villi, arc stopping at the Harris House tor court ho had to Pm.ll... i Imxl ch) u it tv noonle arc sat where there was a special table awaiting, farmers receiving l to l.o0 por head for tho summer season, also Mr. and Mrs. McDonnnhl, of North Carolina. istied to worry alony without n railroad. prepared at tho Richards House, but ar- for thorn. X. Ihman, of Baltlniote, bought of They vottnl this weok for tho second riving just as tho train was pulling oil' Loantaka. a horse that sold at 10 to tune against Huoecribing $100,000 for a barely had t hoy time to catch it for a K. AV. Leo :il bend of export cattle, for ;1 iu tho pools, won the Miburban Hanroad from Uurkevillo to connect with bridal tour to Cincinnati, via Ixmisville. July delivery at oj cte. por pound. Leh- dicap at sheepshead Bay, Major Domo They will return next week, to Middlos- man also bought sometime ago 35 head UiO L. & N. and Casius following, l miles in L'.07. boro and take rooms at the.Tylor Hotel, Ad- Teiuiv, the favorite, wms awav behind. alloyed Intorview at Afhovillo, In an whoio they will make their future home. of X. I. Buster at 5 cts. per pound. vocate. N. C, oxSonator Kdiniinds is citHllttHl It. P. Mclinith, mi aged citiaeu of NEW ADVKltTISEMEXTS Best shipping cattle are quoted at with saying that Harrison will ho runout-tnatoand that Mlaino, who has Hright's Harrodsbiirg. is dead 5J in Cincinnati, with common butcher Old saddlebags McDonald, of Indi- stull rimtiiiit: as low ns 3 cents. Select joSSS disease, has no ambition in that direcA. S. to think Cleveland will ana, is preparing for his long journey. and heavy hogs 1.70; common 3j to tion. Ho huouis SURGEOy DENTIST. His disease is of such a nature that ho sheep in fair domaud at 3 to 5, lambs lie tho next president Ollice on Main street, oirr W. II, McKoberti 4 J toti.i'O. cannot recover. Drug Store, Stanford. Tin: ituuiui our last niiom mis. .. .1.1 Two persons wore killed and 25 inR. M. Jackson, secretary, has our !.. 1. hmnry niuitng u nam conceaiou in nor jured by a wreck on tho Chicago, Mil- thanks for coinplimentaries to tho Laucook's hustle, although coming straight waukee aud St. Paul Railroad, near Coon rel county fair, which will hold its 7th Came to m house attont uie r.onlh ago, an Good to us, was not true in any particular. Rapids, la., caused by some one placing annual exhibition August The woman, whoso name is Charlotte n tie on a tiestle. running and trotting races will be a Alderney Yearling- Bull, (iivens, is said by Mrs. Hiuhry to bo as Warren L. Armstrong, a brother of feature of each day. I'alo red, whi' hew er . in j I v p.i inf rharj;;'. honest as anybody, and sho canio with Mr. John S. Armstiong, who married n Hon. AV. J. Hendrick bought K. 1'. J..ne4t J M..M HOI FKTS Jr her to have her set right. Tho article daughter of Capt. F. J. White, died iu Bryan's 17 acre farm, known as "Glen had been read in church meeting and Dallas, Texas this week. He was the Mary," in Franklin county, at $100 per caused tho woman much inoititication, youngest son of Mrs. Paulina Armstrong, acre, and will take posssessiou Aug. 15. and wo regret to have been tho innocent of Louisville, aud unmarried. Ho will make a stock farm of tho place Lee Anderson, of New York, met and handle trotters. cause of her troubles. pretty Miss Sallio Mitchell, of St. Louis, This item mailed from Danville AWondor Vorkor. on tho train near Muskogee, I. T. They Monday came in Tuesday, 12 hours be- Frank Huifnian, younj; man of Mr under tlic car if etruck up an acquaintance, and by the hind time. Lehnuun uros. mauo me Onoboxor tlicnolllwtll snvo ninny and iitcd tlioir two prominent phyncian UolliirH Iu doctor's bllU. '1'licy mo he was not aMe to get arouuil. They time they reached Denton, Texas, ho following purchases at Danville Friday, until licclulty iruiurvtl a tironouiicei! hi cako to lie Contuinpuon una incu- hud proposed nud been accepted. is for Julv delivery: Of It. They ..n r.t Dr. Kinu s New rable. He wu j.ersua.le.1 to try Conjunction, Coujhs una Colds got oil' tho train there and procuriug li- D. & A. E. Logan S3 head 1,050 pound Discovery for able to walk aireu the and at that lime w not ,,e foul,a "'"re he had stiest without reillJKDoitle that he wu much bet- cense were married. This beats the rec- cattle at, 5J cents; of P. T. Gentry 175 of Bn(J nnppUc a wanl t olt. Thcy pe used half ol a dollar ord on short courtships, and another Knino at same nrice; of D. F. & F, T. Lo-- ' ' moo uulieuitiiy nrctuuuiattoii from cnjoYlng ho continued to uo it and lit ter; , . ., . ultlioiit nauiicn cood health. If you have any throat, lung or record will no doubt be broken iii the gau 1 at Ol anu oi i r, cumuuRo i w. o... i:i n l Ihelmtly.toyotmifunu uiu. or k'rlliif. sau. auptou try it. chet trouble ttore. trial bottle free at A. R. . divorce courts. C.15. i'enny t imig SOLJJ lVEniWlilLUi. will lecture s ' Postmaster Weavtr has i nt his off. THE WXLLABD 9 L.Vlh AI.KXAN'llKR'S ItOll I., e THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AXI) IMPROVED. Kates $2.50 Per Day. Cor. JctTerson, Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. W. R. LOGAN, A. V. Jones. J. J. Srlliv.m. J. L. Marshall, .Clerks Court-House, ! id i Manager. J! Cler-ma- n i o, The Old Reliable Jeweler ihl in the Lead. cuurt-lioiisu- -i pro-trarte- d &J& & ' -- "' c r iV"5w A. R. -- . - . fc'l r Penny Has the largest and mini-vorsniy- tffcW.,UBfflrii,:w BSPSFMa & MOST COMPLETE STOCK r.. OF r33"" - S s. 'Vilfti n i'.' e brnsr-eim- e Love-Isc- Uich-inon- y t-- i j j J ever shown in btanlord at prices as low as the low est. I hae one of the best watch-makerRememoer that in the State, who cui do anything in Wauh or Jewelry Repairing. Don't haye to send jobs to the city. ICngraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old gold and taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-te- d I guarantee satisfaction. and A. R. PEXNY. f &- - Jrfc&A r jrsCTTv J ff xfrV2i , , VV .y ri,vw," S rMm. W.4iFJcV w?lcl,e" ",,d. Jc" elry s J a. c. SINK J X. MENEFEE repre-srnte- : Stanford Lumber Yard, The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Cy.ev 11 ZA'DIUEK, j Iis j le Hot-Branc- h SASH, FLOORING, ' DOORS, I.ATII, CEILING, SIIINGLSvS, BLINDS, SIDING, "eraiK!.ih and ,1 ' Stairwork at citv prices. 2STD j ' af-'a- Con-day- WOVEST or buildup. We carry WIBB full stock of everything found in a SLAT FE2STCE. poet-offic- e. ...; ... - C3CS.SS LUMBER FIRST designs and specifications before letting YAKB. Exatr.iiK our your contract SINK & MKXEFEK, Stanford, Kv. Dil-lio- n. t WTrTlT - i ROBT. PENSEL, Pt lerlt WATCHES, CLOCKS Mid-dklo- ro 1 nt j 1 I m WM' prompt-lv Iis. CaP Repairing neatly and done. All Vorlc Warranted. I j will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. Fine Watches a Specialty. (Stanford. Ky.) tin-cr- dol-ul'w- I. ' j amply-shade- d 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 1 ! - ' PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. Glassware, Queensware, Table and Pocket Cutlery. A full line of Baskets kept in stock, all of which we are offering cheap to the public. Come and see us. t 0 Fug-lan- d, FABEIS & jHARDIIT. -- 1 at-tir- Go to A. A. WARREN'S niODIiX GROCERY" uinud-inntho- For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried ripples. Peaches and Prunes, Pice, Cheese, Picldes, Preserves and Jams; d ! i ;-- f Lamps, Glass-an- Yoodenvare, Queensware, Tin-an- d Jelly Glasses, &c. Fruit Jars, Lincoln Stock Farm, McKIXXEY, KEXTl'CKY. 1IIE UK LED OX f'JV Dr. PRICE, THEY UHEED Oh'f J. BELHOJSTT CHIEF 8688. Kcgiitered .is U' Sirlly Ihtgrtat Helinout 6(, ir of 1 NutwoJ Fred Atlhura uH, Wlgcwood 19 and 3 t l3., Hit aud in jo tire uf 15 daugbtan th dam. of 31 in 1 ii.lv. Irul a j '4. ..... II i 3lit. StauJaril Rule 6 2(!-'J- - " Tutt's Pills Pamilv Medicine. loe itio, : SAVES MONEY. truat-me- ' Sired by Sultnn 1513. It word 3 a. First dam llul Kiked by Coo tractor ij3, Sire of Stamboul a 11, Huly 2 19, Alcaier'aao,1 wred ly 2 17K. Contnwtar w sire of Dr Ajav, lull broth r le Oraii,--o Oitl 1 M, br tUmbW-toniu- n Sweetheart a ia and 23 in a.jo hit and srandiire Cuh tractor dam Ldv uadbvy by of tin a 30 hit. 10 Kirt dam Lady Dunton by George Wilke 513, Green's llamhlcttnian isl, full ht.itlNr to olun-tcrecord a 3a, sire Harry Wilkes 1 13b, Guy Wilkes and Sentinel. Ajax sired 7 in a jo Iwt. iXi W.l.on 2 i6Vlf So So a i7l( and 69 In 2 30 list. Second dam Josie, record a;to, by Ni;htrIawk Second dam full tiilnr to D. Manme Minnie Warren 2 17 5U. aire of KedCro.s j Kuty and the dams of Ed Annan 161,, Sitry Monroe 33, ir of I.ady Monroe 1 and 14 " JjOlUt. a 6H- Tecumseh 2 at Arc. llatet 2 ig, Monroe Chwf 2 i3' , Jim Monroe b Alexander ANIaltah 15 Third dam by Vermont Hero 141, aire qf Ladv M. 2 30 and Gen. Knuv, sire of i.aay aiaua s aimors a 19 K and 17 in j 30 Int. I li.rd dam by DuU's Mambrino, sou of Whip. Private italliuii. rithbay in clor, was foaled in 1S85; he stand, full i hands hfsh and HKI.MONT CIIIKK power. He has is strictly a line horse, smooth turned cf extra raukcular development, showing ureal h in form, an e xi I'lleut set of legs, rial, clean and hard in finish: the indu idual merit ol this ttalfioncnunc3-yr.-o!are and ai mm is fully up to and m teeniuR with his lush brce Jing. His oldest colts . uecatui, ownol by h. great natural spued. He had a and aio .how Mich , that went trials Letter than a ja last year. I will pa $50i to the brwder of tne nrst 330 ticrformer ot In. gf l mce he has Iwen owned by me IIELMONT CHIEF wilt make the season of 191 at my pi .ce near Mcktnney at Wt er iiJ, ii, bj-Ji- ae, - ij, ii,. rin-is- ia d. Cri. to-d-ay ,,, 8DO M to Insure or S30 tho Season, with Return Privilege. Sa . ires kept on good jrass at per month; owners' nk. J. P. CROW, Proprietor. .??.. 4sfal.Jsin ri ii ri ii- - iirf i""1 " f "'''1 "h i."" 'LL'"! . '' I. aiw tTr"Jt"j fT "11 "j " ' j'( i""! ir-i"- ir rTT7"' ii Cut .uiTij The Danville Advocate of lastTuesday, editoin a courteous and rial, replies to an article in our issue of June Uth touching an irreconcilable contradiction between Sections 101 and 11X5 and Sec. 134 of the New Constitution. It reminds us that the 0th Sec. of the we o?' ehedulc "averts this threatened chaos." Doubtless it does attempt to accomplish this, but how can any power short of to to bring the evasion within omnipotence reconcile the irreconcilable, the pale of the law. Litigation, intense, and in what respect is the Schedule A Constitution Which Checks Enterprise. protracted and costly, ensues. And more imperative and obligatory than the of laud each particular Constitution its If? Besides, the SchedThe proposed constitution is inimical since the amount to to the development of Kentucky. If road may require will depend upon such ule wn adopted as its preamble states, to elseof ' ndopted, it ii greatly to be apprehended an inllnite variety of circumstances ap- not to "avert threatened chaos" but to a, dozenYou more, pertaining to the one and not to the "carry the Constitution into comtlktr that the marvelous stride toward wealth a, of and prosperty which have marked tiie other, unusual diflicultifs will be en- operation" that is to carry into opera11 101 ami 10:5, but also last decade of the history f our moun countered by the courts in formulating a tion not only Sec. people to of tainous regions, will wholly cease, or at general principle applicable to all of Sec. 1:1. The Advocate, it seems to us, them. Hence the result in one case has only succeed in calling attention to least be coniled within the narrow circle of those companies already established will form no precedent for the other. another contradiction in this most awkinstrument. under the existing law. The wealth of Second. Such legislation is practically ward and Again in the couise of its article our the mountains is almost fabulous, but it partial and unequal. Kail ways now in lies dormant. The touch of capital only existence have the power to own mines, neighbor, with just a slight air of dogcan awake it an amount of capital, too, lands ami timbers not necessary to carry matism, asserts that that the people will which is practically beyond the control on their business as common carriers. approve the new instrument, "because SfUUUi, wuroL ( 1-of perhaps the richest man in Kentucky. Their charters give them such rights and thev find in it an organic law, just in its 1-CrOOds, lUC JOI' JlllG OOUS WOt'tll UUll .1 Sc, lOC P'wUG The recognition of this plain fact has they exeicise their privileges under provisions, based upon the demands of LciCG OoC accord- - WOJ'th LdCG WOl'tJl C; BUlok 76c led to the organization of modern corpo- them. This law would not apply to the present day, and prepared in lUOol Dl'CSS G ,lG-il- l. WOf'th rations, and rendered possible theirgreat them. For even a constitutional con- ance with the will of the people." This JOc ' ,.. rt.. i r ci .innrli. .i ,ivi . i. t. ,i ,i rv; .. i7 riV i rsi u I'lt'l'llr l(7Mj t.i' ,"rjwiw i If j ..r i ,i .i.i r ' achievements and rapidly crystalizing vention, though in the sweep of its pow- is assuming- evervthini: with a venceance. i...:,ln i i.i.i i i r mi i it ' t i i i i.i if. vr .wwwv.-t IU Jlfl'iJl.llj - "iirf IIA . 1 ri : r .V results. The extent of such achieve- er it may deal with officers, from judge Our objections to the New Constitution, liintiri .. .1 i t .... ..ni,;nii,. tr.., - itw cc - . - mkjw y ji1 i nvcww ii'Vf uiv I .i... Cai of the supreme court down to the pages itim UIUHc Ul illililj u.uui imuiukii uti i ffl fVJ i ments works no injury to the public so i KJIU ULULIO UIUI- J.rit,lllt u--sl Ul ". t We -- " , . ' .. . . . long as the end attained is reached in the general assembly, has no power t.iPknn....irliasiI on the" belief that ))CIS, . u..,. . n 'i is nm:.:ceiued be maim-Anlefactnrcof through legitimate channels. In phy- to pass an ordinance repealing acts of exactly the converse of all this i We sics it is the aggregation of elements of the State legislature under which private We believe that it is not an "org power which accelerates motion ; in war rights have become vested. The inhibi- law," but a code of experimental statthe aggregation of individuals which tion here is prospective only, and only utes, the effects ot which is to deny and make an army; in mo.-athe aggrega imposes restriction upon those corpora- destroy the usefulness of the Legislative tion of virtues which gives tone and ele- tions which mav be created by future Department; we believe it to be unjust, vation to society ; in numbers the ag- legislative enactment. Thus we would rather than "just" in many of its provislar gregation of units which makes millions. have one set of common carriers en- ions, especially to the farming and boring classes; we believe it to be based In American politics the same idea has dowed with and exerc sing all the priv A. I'KISANSKY, formed its expression in the patriotic ileges which corporations have at com not "on the demands of the present law of holding lands, opening day" but on the inexperience and vani sentiment, "In union there is strength." uion .HANKS AND GAHK1KL, Main Street, Stanford, Ky, It may, therefore, be assumed that when mines, cutting ami transporting timbers, itv of the maiortv ot the delegates who there is an undertaking of such a dgan-ti- and another set limited to the business made it; ami we are quite sure it wns WuiiN it was published thnt Col. V. enterprise as the opening and devel- of carrying people, things and animals. not "prepared in accordance with the opment of a country whose hidden What would we think of the law which, will of the people, which wns notorious- j () i;ra,t.y was present at the Indiaimp- .....,;,. n,i ,,!wli:eI Kentucky to under the guise of regulating all busi- ly lor trie amemimeni in oniya lew wen- - , wealth consists largely of deeply em e boweled minerals, there .must be an ag ness of a public character, should de known particulars of the Old Constitu- B jine, we thought there was some dure that in the future no tavern keeper tion, and not for a brand new one ns Colonel ssy gregation of capital to accomplish the for we had heard the best results. That system of legislation should own more land than necessary to this is from preamble to schedule, from he was for Harrison for both public mid whereas to amen. personal reasons. His nnuiH uppenrwl in which leaves capital untrammeled, save run hisho3telry! On all these heads we ahull have some- all the riqvorts, however, being priuted Third. It is inexpedient in policy and by those general laws which res'rain all Is Receiving His beings, natural ami artificial, from over- detrimental to the interest of the State. thing to say in the future. "JainesO. Bradley," of Kentucky, in A leaping proper bounds, and suffers it to For illustration, let us suppose that at the Ciueinnati Cummercial-GazettKuxtitky has either the most stupid card from the Colonel has banished all seek those channels in which productive Mason's Gap, six miles southwest of set of ctrcuit court judges or the most doubts for he says unequivocally that he industry receives its highest reward, is Stauford, there should be discovered a woild. was not there ami he ought to know. surely the wisest and the best. Why, it valuable ore in large quantities. To let learned court of appeals in the A very few of the decisions of the formGoods Warranted .ml a Perfect Fit G.irantct'.!. Gi c nim a call. jnay be well asked, should a corporation it lie there would be oi no account to the of importance pass Buckten's Arnica Salve engaged in the business of a common owner or to any one else. It is valuable er in criminal cases The bat whe in tlic orM for cut, ktnnct, great tribunal at carrier be forbidden to open and work a ouly as it can bo brought brought, if muster before the It rheum, feer oret, tetter, chapsearch with a loret, ulc(c,chilMainf , com and all Mn rrup ped hamli, mine as an incident to its business" you please, by a common carrier to the Frankfort, which seems to which tionandioilivtlycuic pilei, nr DO pay requir "What principle of common right does it market of the world. The nearest de- microscope for technecalities on ed. It Ku3ranteC(1 t0 H,v'' tilt"c. t'rictf 3$ cent per bo j. is nr money refunded. violate? What rule of political econo- pot is at Stanford. To haul it in wag- to reverse judgments. Judge Morton Knr ale by A R. I'ennv, SUMlord, Ny. my does it infringe? Shall we be told ons is slow and expensive, and is not to the last man to be reversed. His court for Electric Illttera that there is already too great a tenden- be thought of. But between the depot sentenced Leonard Jenkins to death and o o i bocoimnit and the Gap there are many intermedi the murder of Washington Itatnsey, but Thu n innlyneed no tpcn.it well known All who cy toward the amassing of fortunes by mention to of appeals set the verdict aside poivjUr j Klcitric llitter ung the nine mjjijc ul ate land owners whose lands would have the court have used inrnnratinno ? and it i is nearly pruie A purer medicine doe not HIectric tendency is this way. to be crossed to get to the mine. For and granted a new trial. It Suppose the Jiuarantred to do .ill that l claimed In Kvery Department. in Kentucky and else Hlttct will .ure all disease of the l.ler and There is no harm in the mere acquisi- this a right of way is needed. Xow a ever thus, both will remote Pimples, lloiU, Stall llhtumand is not permitted to own the where. The supreme court of Indiana other affection caued by impure blood Will tion of money. The wrong is to be railroad Well a murderer a uew trial the other drive Malaria from the ttem and prctent a found in the improper use of money land which contains the ore. How then gave all Malarial Goods, used the well a cureConttiiuticm andI'evrri. 1'oracurenlc hlec-tnthe lower court c. Indigestion try Headache. after it is accumulated, or it may be is the ore to be utilized or carried to mar- day because or Kntire satmlaction Hitter legislation ket ? Some one will answer, let a volun- word "may" instead of "should" in the inonev refunded Price Jc and I per buttle Also nice line of Ladies' and Children's Shoes and Oxford Ties. found in a vicious system of instructions. A. It PennV Uroi: tor e Nice line of Worsted and Alpaca Coats and Vests, Men's ami Hoys' which compels one member of the com- tary association purchase the, propery. munity to pay tribute to another. Let But how will this association get the ore Straw Hats, all fresh no old goods in stock. Miles' Nerve and Liver. Fllla. Tub Ohio republicans nominated Acton a new principle regulating the liter, 1 igliest such vicious legislation be withheld, or to the depot without a railway ? An unmarket price paid for Cross Ties, Wool, Gcnjjsenjj, Feathfor governor by acclamation and ttomacli and horlt through the nertc. A new let the improper use be restrained re- incorporated association cannot con- most of the other candidates for State dicutry Ur. Mile' Pill tpeedily cure lulioiu ers, &C. lOitMipatioii torpid liter, tnlc, trained, if need be, by severely penal demn private property and thus obtain offices on the first ballot, a unanimity net, bad Ute, men, women, children. Smallest Unmiualed for a right of way, and the minute the assomildest, urett. 50 doses 25 cents. Samples frw? Jans but let the accumulation, prounprecedented in Buckeye politics of at A. II Penny's, Stanford moted by honest means ami active in- ciation organizes as a corporation to that variety. The platform, besides inJ. I'. Cummins, Salesman. Crab Orchard, Ky. Tliey All I'nllctl. dustry, go on ! Each individual in life transport the ore it becomes a corporate dorsing the McKinley bill, asks protecW A. Thomnn, following strives to reach a similar end. He common carrier, and instantly the con- tion for the wool industry, indorses the of Tb iuii.hu. Vt'i i 'rem Mr t","l",r'V inii,r'tlnjf: t " i h "h for lirr In1 ! stitution intervenes with the injunction amended coinage act of the last republiMy wife works, he studies, he economizes to h ,ii.l iiei vuu tbr'T that no corporation engaged in the busi- can Congress, asks a rigid enforcement IichiI, 0111:11 New Yii'k, twopritr.lionliyonr l'i make a fortune for himself and for those In liitwjj.s. ibjc'or hikI nt Ihp 'arce of his blood and lineage. If he succeed, ness of a common carrier shall own lands of existing immigration laws, indorses i'lll'iuV phui oDf Ii. Ci"Cin'Mli. 'li.e. a.. tut Ii) mouth in lluiTii .o of lit. M.l 18' ht is esteemed according to the measure or operate mines. President Harrison, Senator .Sherman frilk-i-l Hut oik- hlol ucuuVrliitiy." 'I hi 'iratit choiild r N'crwrii Thus it is that whoever wants and has and of his success. He is despised only by milt's, rtr (,' ut Congress and denoun-- I lr util In all ....!'tiirln-"- . the Fifty-firs- t lit, rheiimuilsm, life, nervous those who have themselves either wast- the capital to develop this rich mine of ces the Ohio legislature and Gov. Camp etc AU at A. It IVtin ir tnrc ort fr und ed their patrimony, neglected their op- ore must depend for his right to get to it bell's administration. Senator Sherman trial bottle Heart. Ur. MitcV Cv booli on ths and Nervi portunities, or spent their lives expecto- and transport it upon the exorbitant A l'urtunuti; Woman. was defeated for the chairmanship of of intermediate land owners who rating tobacco juice under the shade of Otid, Mth has IL.Uit Mr Mason's Fruit Jars, Jolly Glasses, the convention and Foraker, who wants ton 10 Mart tt. thanUlui of sshi" w.i .t 1rrv.1t ronte a tree. That successful effort which is may want quadiuple the value of their to succeed him, seems to be on top. VY.m short I"- - yenr i - :! fiom Of nnvi'ti. applauded whfn put foith by one man land for the right of way, or they may ui'l'J p IU, twin In Hide, f'llllli.e. te. A T I'kKtnil sny, iMiltlO tfl "I uin may surely be tolerated when put forth refuse to sell it at all. Or, if infants Of Dr. Mil.V Hear! ITurv, sl" Coi.. Wkdes Ox cai., got into a disCoalers, Mv mind inin eyesiglit lirtirr tli.i'i f r yru should own the intermediate lands, no by two who have united their money Judge Perkins while trying a huve liuprrel wondt rlnlly. liultUti all power on eaith could get the title out of pute with remedy." ulDicteil to u.e thlt tun and combined their industry. But the iul case at Falmouth wh'ii the judge order- A. I! I't'tinr, ilrngrUt, rreotmwudt ml kubtiui-totproposed constitution does not see the them. Now this illustration may have ed it Dr. Miles' work on Colonel replied taining marvelous tesliiunutnh, irt litftt, conS.iU, him to sit down. The frs. matter in this light. It declares that no a thousand parallels in fact in Kastern that he would do so when ho got ready, corporation engaged in the business of a Kentucky. Such development as has whereupon the judge lined him 'o for cfc common carrier shall directly or indi- been made there is through tin instru- contempt. Oneal again attempted to adrectly own, manage, opeiate or engage mentality of railways. "With i ismanic dress the court when another line of When I2aby was sick, wo jraTO her Castorli. in any other business than that of com- power they have touched its .oal and i'2o was entered and the belligerent Colbecome When sho ru ft Child, sho cried for Castorln. mon carrier, or hold, own, lease or ac- metals, and barren wastes hav onel ordered to jail. The shorill took Miss, b)io clung to Castoria. quire, directly or indirectly, mines, fac- richer than the golden lields oi Califor- him thither, but after half an hourspent When nho tories, timber, or lands except such as nia. The bare suggestion ui the fact in a lonesome cell he came to his senses, When sho had Chit 'reu. sho i:avo thum Castoria. shall be necessary to carry on its busi- without elaboration is a lesson to all men. paid the .")0 line was released. Col. The inevitable tendency of the proness. Oneal is a prominent republican and has if adopted, posed constitution will be to retard the Concerning this section, made several races for Congress. tiy n h v i n n m a n u u u ri - n w p w n ,m 'i b KmJiii three things stiike us. First, it would growth of the richest mincial belt in TIIF ST'iCrillOI.DrKS OF Till: be a prolific source of litigation. The the world. It will check the hopes of Hon--. Jon.v . ltiiKV having expressed phrase "except such as shall be neces- that robust, free born people whoso a desire to debate the New Constitution sary to carry on its business" may or rugged houor is as the rocks of their with Col. lSennett H. Young, the latter COTTLE GEMSOTOT EVERYWHERE. may not take the sting out of the tail of everlasting hills. It will overshadow wriggleH out of it by saying ho profeis to hi C0. 8KHARJ5CN-TAY10RMED.the bee if there is a sting theiu. We the duwn of that relined civilization discuss the question with either Presi SIUMIS MO. elettion helj it tull he have witnessed in this country for near- which is already breutliini! upon the dent M. II. Smith or Uen. IJasil Duke. Are notitictl 1h.1t there Nation il lUnk, iitiiii ri the l'irt ly a century the political confusion mountaineer with the freshness of his As these gentlemen have made no ban: mountain air. It will doom him to mere KENTUCKY growing out of the indefiuiteness of the is a very weak come nilj but STANFORD, existence an existence clouded bv ter, this "general welfare" clause of the constitunnTTinTrTTWwrTimnnrn" ro take up the should (ieii. Duke care tion of the U. S. It ha bred more penury and chilled by want. It will gauntlet, 15rer Young would be taken 15, 1891, strife, given rise to more rancorous party harden his life and embitter his death. sicker than Wood was at Henderson. Company; an. nine llirci tor for difference than ahy other phage of the With ruthless hand it will smite the Mr. .Smith bus tried to make no reputa- - To selcil ,itn(. an. pia. o ihe the Heard 01 inreit a tl lne Mnu But this exception to the ripening fruit of his long and nuctiiiK. All li constitution. wi" 'loU1 """""ill lion as an orator, but ho is a man of lit o lucmhermif the lliaril .re 3 rAntiisti :JlSth section of propose constitution, for toil. With the trowel of a mud dauber sense and fully able to cope witn uoi he present. I'rt--t l.NTI ST HOCKEK, Secretary, it will besmear that vision of wealth and J.S vagueness and uncertainty of interpreLand Co Young in any way. tation, for dilliculty of application refinement already painted in a thous(itsRitiiAKi)soN, the .Meade county doubly discounts "general welfare." In and cabin homes. And above all, it will place, as the clauso stands and hang over the face of a beneficent God statesman, who was a standing candithe lirst independently of any supplemental leg- the veil of a hard and cruel fate! date for speaker of the next Hoii3e, has for owing to circumstances beand Wc uill deliver cc each inorulns at follows. islation, is the question which may arise M.u. Wood went to Henderson to withdrawn out of it one for legislation or for judi- Bpeak with lion. John Youuk lirowii, yond his control. He will not even be Under 50 Pounds 1A cents, over "Castoria la sowclladap(oltochll(lrcn that Ctorl cures Colic, OonxtlpAtlon, cial determination? It is conceived by but he was taken Bick and Mr. Brown a member of the body and none but 50 and under 100 1 cent, over 1 rvcomuicml it aaBUiwrior to any prescription fioiirSuunaih, DinrrlHi-a- Knictatiim, corporate common carare oligible to the speakership. KlIiH Worms, chm bleep, aud pruiuotca 01 Borne one that a H. A. Archer, M. I)., kindly took him to m homo and cared members known to inc." 100 :s of a cent. laud than is necessary to for him, instead of (,'ivin the trouncing A fellow named Willett beat Una for the rier has moro HI So. Oxford St., UruoUjTB, N. Y, 'Without lujurlous medication. carry on its business. Beforp what tri- he would otherwise ha.ve given him. Ily nomination for representative the other & CO., M. F. Tub Ckhtiuu Comiunv, 77 Slurray Street, M. Y bunal is tho supposed grievance to bo the way it's mighty handy to j;et Bick, if day. And thus again do we seo the futaken? There must llrat bo somo legis- by so doing you can keep from being tility of counting chickens before thby Ky. 3S tyr arc hatched. lation to enforce this provision. The run through a thralling muchine. contest in its initial stage will bo waged legislation. Some Interior Journal in the halls of for a forfeiture of will the likely contend possibly for the imposicharters, others tion of a line. Presumably the court "W. F. WALTON. will be given jurisdiction and the final contest will be fought out before them. Stanford, Ky., Jine 19, 1891 If the railroads are disposed to evade the law, it requires no stretch of imagination to perceive the devices that can be Semi-Week- ly well-writte- n Looking f better values than oiler and WITH SUPPLEMENT. PEOPLE ARE FAST Finding out that it is a waste where for the same money. time can selcel duplicate our goods or items from our numerous departments, note our prices, and after tour inspection and, comparing our prices with the many others, you decide with the rest the that our house is the place secure the - attempt g Best Values for the Least Money. WuffJ,u''f U C; w C; J-o- for Striped 26 worth $l.JO. ,.ll -.- 1 1 . ,Uai0ll", .- 'jui ?,,, 'oodsOc for (ill .,.... -1 Flouncing w 1 Lj t'Ulld and for goods f,-,.- . v i)mh rive Jiunarea pairs prices. -. ini rii, . m Uotliitig, bhocs, Slippers, Jlais, )..! . m w CI; 6V. ' for for Lace tor . A vnisiit rs' - will pay the j'aiits wiiicii will your own prices. sold at less than have ls HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR EGGS. v THE LOUISVILLE inic-trtk- STORE Proprietor. , Maunders. c H.G.RUPLBY,--- j e. ' Springs Summer Goods eit OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE Kid-nc)- Just Received a Assorted Stock of White Ginghams, Teasel Cloth, Mc-Kinl- -- 1 W. E. PERKINS, , lii-- i 111 SEASONABLE GOODS. Lightning Fruit Jars, Freezers, - i hi.fl-nolu'- 1 Grass Hooks, Machine Oil, Farm Bells t Grain Cradles, Mowing Blades, Leonnard Refrigerators, Water While Mountain B. K. . Ik- - t . h-- ' li'lt-ITltli- - i II'.T-to- 11 " Uuic. Cement, Plaster Paris, Plasterer's Hair. $-- W. H. WEAKEST. . ! i I.M5 Cumberland Valley pil'F.y Land Company .111 W BUI O M iftll v mmifx tvsm vtmmmx -- imm mm remedies mn year SIB 1 g'CDSV 'JS- Wednesday, July r- 1 IIORI-'INli- . , c ICE, ICE ELKIN Stanford, I Infants Children. . ,S, v J. ii '?' ii).i,!h ij,, ,iiiwinT-Ti- nn uufl tyrer. $, dermimprmtm'' wnmMi w.'iCnfcTi ii i yN iyni "r ., . I'Ji'tr.wilTr:, i.i nrn,v.r ,;w.r,?r.a)fru- . Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouknal .Ji-ni- I'.i.NDEti twine nt J. 15. Foster's. 15. Gciimax millet seed at J. 15. Fetter's. Stankohd, Ivy., : 1 , 189 1 J'oi K Mit is the cheapest and best. Foster. J. EXTENSIVE REPAIRS. m - 3 on virions B.CWALTON,bU8.ManaRer MEANS BUSINESS. ISitowx will speak at the here next Wednesday, 2 Ith, at 10 o'clock. He euro to hear him. Court-houi- f Jons Yorsit Will lu made in our toiv-rootlurii- .- tin- month of .Xttust ami our -- tock -t be red iicvrf to a'f iN present ize by time. AW 1mm an umiMPtllv '.,i ' Murk lor the tint and 1:.:m to luin now to rodui" '.1 m, a to "vt it nnall r ii'iiiLrh by AnirtM. To do thK 111111 -v- n-on 1 dene nt A. It. Penny's. Three cream tips on Crab Or chnrd pike between Rowland nnd Man 1Ue your watch, cloik and jewelry ford. Findrr will bo rewarded by leav repaired at A. K. Penny's. All work ing Ml this oftiro. warranted. Jon Ompluy, negro, is working out a U1.M1 miu:ii tlmtnll silverware, watches, lings, , bought at A. It. lVnny'B will fins of $1.5 iui)HMl by Judce Burnett, of I " etigraed free of charco. Itowland, for fst drirtng within the eur porato limit of that town. POINTS." PERSONAL I vitw inu ami Artistically Lout. A-- r QI u Golnct That .iiv tin- to hau AVe qu.iU- - UUUUD bi!o i arnved'to asMst Koad MlKH LlZZIK 1)1 NN, Mai-teAnnluy. of P.ltiville, Ih tilt' gmet of her sinter, Mrs. M. Smith Jift'lglllllHIl. Hen Hiji.m took Madie ami I?n ('own to Kliiahcthtown Tijou '.ay to tot' r Cheese and Crflckl'r, Sulinnii, Chipped and nl. Mi-- s Mattii: Tayj.oii returned to Koufct Heef, SartlincH, (.ielatine, Kxtracts and Lemons at A. A. Warren's. Huntington Tuewlny. Mum Nannii: Cnuoit Is visiting iter Tiik merchants with two or three ex ilitiifrlitpr, Mrs. C. I!. St. Clair. eeption lmve agreed to rloso their stores Mib M.utv Litiioow, n Lotiisvlllu nt 7 each nfcut till Sep. 1, in order to beauty, ii with Miss Jennie i'eluml. give mid elerks a breathing M11. I. U. M veils of Louisville, 1ms spell. Mr.. I'l.iio Hoi.MMiM w has been juito MiEtinnd Strnifht Pickled, vr l.c- -t and in-- t di-'rab- le iliin lim- -. of vi NiK'ubU riuiu" a li-- 4 oods thitt lniM' Ikm-i- ivducvd of ivd'uccd priei- -, From Wc One-fourt- h theiiii-elvi'- s .shuilitcrcd the price- - on Drc-- s (JoocK, Silks, (frcnadines, (iinham-- Laces. Flounces, Sheetiics Curtains, Linen- -. Towel- -. Counterpanes, Umbrella-- ., itc. A:c. Price- - will be the lowest that were ever Calico. named on the me jjoods in Dam Hie. Xote the prices quoted here aiKKremember that the-- e are only specimens of hundred- - of other- - equally low : re-t-- hao . to Half the , Regular Price. Cotton, G -a Kt. t' ir grandmother. Mim. John I'. Joxns was cnllml to Lexington yesterday by tliu dangerous i'luewi of her ister. Mux. J. A. Whiuiit ponds ns some po-liinrroik formations that she found in nlly Cave in Leo county, Va. Mus. (i. W. run u.it and Miss Min-- ! from a Miimlny returned Tim-dawi'i'k'd visit to ivlativos in Mercer. M.h I.mha (iuiRARD, of Mmichebtur, through lo lMtivillo yesterday, j 'M-a ,i.l a joined liy Mtes I u is Nailer. MlIM Mul.UK ami IIkitik .S.ririw, Untie Jones ml Mollit Cable, of Hock. ule, wete guests of Mm. J. W. rtitn c 1 Wk will give to each customer who buys ?1'0 worth of goods from us a flue rocking rhsir. It Is not necessary to buy tho ji'O worth nt one time to Kicuro the chair. Come in and get your hooks. Louisville Store. laid a line ?irj ring on tho washstand of the hotel ollice while he bulhod his hands. When he wont to put it on he found that it had disappeared. There wore tevond people in the orhto Rtid lie has no clue to the .Mr. P. W. (iuKKN Ic it yard for best fancy Sprin-Calico- c.-, .)c, Indigo Jtnd Mourning Calicoes. worth cent.-- . 51 .2.1 a n yard for ,' All-Si- lk Chantilly Lace Flouncing; has ol 1 y thif. Ox drconnt of tho failure to secure m 1' . Iiik 'Xiistive heat Uiu inftde Mrs. J. I e already socvurod their . invitMtiont and floor They will likely give an impromptu in a week or two. . . liaud-tmmcm-dg- thy had the Merry Itucholora havo tmstpoued their hop for the present, notwithstanding musk on tho nicht they denired, I . N ford, Crow A Co.'s McKinney, and W. look A. Carson's, Crab Orchard, where twine Mm. I.. W Lennox, MUw Alice Vtt and repairs can also be had at all times. .11. .Shanks to Cumberland Kxaimne the merits of Mr. the Ihickeye (up ytfitcnltir. buying. J. (). Shields, general MltH. ('. Tki khkaut, who lifts agent, Stanford. attending a woman's missionary meeting Tin: negro teamster of Capt. Tom Kl ill lexac, arrived Wednesday to beo liur brother, s. S. Myers, who is convalesc- kin. who sent over here for a hnrvcstiug ing. machine, drove into the engine that i. W. Mi(ii.Nix, ljuid Com. for I.. fc comes to town tit midnight for the relief ?,, who has been visiting in Huston train diHKiteher, The team escaped unvdle, loft with Ids pister, Mm. I. F. hurt but the wagon was wrecked nnd Mr. Mecle, for Williamsburg, to sjH'iid a fuw Lewis Hrnily, who was riding on the rear days in that delightful little city. pilot, was knocked oil and quite badly Mil. Cuu'iu: Kixu, son of Mrs. S. II. hurt about the back. King, whh awnrdeil the sophomore prize Stoiim eh. Miss Mnytne Lynn was of a ohl watch nt Centre College. "stormed" Monday evening by some 15 llolmi-tiCharley another Lincoln county couples of the young people from town. hoy, received the honor last year. witli all of the Mi-e Thoroughly conversant Hi la Watmjv, Lancaster's methods of making her guests feel at nnd capable postmistress, pnK-e-d through to Louisville Wedncnday. Close home she further evinced her ability as a most charming hostess and was the re entitle ment to her duties haa eoimider-Munpaired her health, and her trip in cipient of much congratulation for her deiviih hope of restoring it, in which many success in making the evening so lightfully pleasant on such short notice. fritnds join. Tin: open air concerts given by Drs. CITYANrrvfciNITYT Wiillnee A: Hilt's Kolored Koniedy " liiuiK for nnle. J. 15. Foster. Kouipany is creating a big sensation. All the town people turn out to hear the Fill" it Jars and Jelly liliioneii at A. A. good music and listen to the funny Warren's. ..- cracking of the chestnuts, some new and FiNUdreeu and Htack Teas at A. A. the others not so fresh, while the coun" Warnn's McmIcI Grocery. try people come in for miles arouuJ. Lv kktiiin. in inv line for cost till The docors are advertising their wonderflintier notice. Mrs. Kate Klkiu, milli ful medicines, liver p.uls ami tea and are doing it in style. The concerts will prob-ablner. 1 - UriKiVK Mahhxrs. A supply of and .Mi? (ieortriH Wrny flo from thrtu excellent machines is kept svillo to the cool abndce of Pink (Jot-- t on hand at I. M. Hrnce's, Stan1111 cn-stanil- y it imi Mr. Fhmk Hark: 1 Iu bo-fo- re bi-- ason S.lc. rAU".jJ onI J3,iuls; 1,ilvt' co " worth 2.1c, be- -t sellers of the season. Zcpliyr (.'in-haWl11 those beautiful and stylish Black Mull iin' "' :;!e a yard lbr'.l(c Cinghams. embroidered in colors, at just half price. 52 'Linen Lawn.- -, printed, that sell everywhere at 20c, we I'ure Flounces nowl, and so on tlmugh all. now offer at 1.1c it yard. Mull; regular price 71c. Linen Ciinghaiwa the best value ?(Jc.Xl!!'d rr,?(hi:u;h l)l,,v All-Si21c for those 10- -1 Bleached Iohawk Sheeting 20c. we had at 10-- -' leachetl Ctica Sheeting 2.1c. Tho.--e dainty printed Diinitys will now be 2.1c instead 0f! ' Lleached aIoIijiwIc Sheeting ISc. :i.lc as before. U' s ' Cotton Tie. ,M,l,, Black Mail Flounci- n- worth !0c nt 20c a yard. Hope Cottons 7c. Fit.--t 2.1c a yard, reduced from o!e. Black Dotted Swi--Koechlin's French Organdies o.c. $0.10 Spring (apes for o..l0. Ve.-t- :s Ladies' Pure in black, cream, etc., reKmbroidcred Mull Flounces at half price. , duced to ,l()c. Boys' Shirt Wai-l- s at reduced prices. Fasst Black Ribbed Ve-t- s have been 20c, now 1Jc. For ip. 10 a yard you can buy choice of any or our $2 For 7.1c a yard we will offer an extra quality of fine (it'cnadiurs. German Dama.sk. measuring-oninch over two yardSj For .$1.1.1 we will sell stny $1.10 Grenadine. that would be cheap at 1.21. . GOc a yard, plain Grenadine.-k 52.7.1 ji pair for Lace Curtains that were cheap at o.r!0. Bargains in China Silks and Crepe du Cheues. He for full Scotch Kmbroidcred Curtain Swiss that )ne J?2:i No elt y Suit now SI .10. is really worth '5.1c a yard. One .520 Dress Pattern now 210. 10- -1 Pure Linen sheeting reduced from 95c to 0!c a yard. Two 1.1 Kmbroidcred Wool Suits now only 57.10. Special prices on fine Parasols. ms, ,0c Ic, Kyber Cloth, worth SJJc. We will oiler at lSe a yard choice of any of those wide iJ)()c All-Wo.Vsl,(1 fo1' il y,u;11 ,()l' flioice a hvi worth GOc. of 20 pieces of our finest and prettiest Chiillie.--, oi' silky-looki- ng lk j at Silk-Ribb- ed All-Lin- en e All-Sil- 1 11-in- ch JBL B, ROBERTSON & BROTHER It. W. L11.1.AI111, or his heirs, formerly of Lincoln county, Ky., can acquire val- , s lmnd-Mitu- y In fourth naue Hunnlement that we nend witli this issue will be found some interesting reading matter and a number of advertieinets. inrludim; the lame one of Joe S. Jones, of tho Cash Ikirunin Store. .Mr. Jones is one of our most liberal merchants, as all who patronize him agree. Head his wonderfully low prices and then take the supplement to him and see if everything is not as he tays. North Side Main Street, Danville, Ky. The Most Popular SALT uable information by corresponding with Maddox Ilros. A Anderson, Land Deal- -' ers and Agents, Austin, Texas. MATRIMONIAL I MATTERS. . W. T. Holt.claw, ill, and Mies Sarah ltebecca Long, were united in marriage Wednesday by Eld. J. Q. Montgomery. The Misses Lytle and other friends driving a yearling gelling by are in receipt of invitations to the marWhile Pence, the property of Mr. A. M. Pence, riage of Dr. A 1. F. Merriman, Jr., to .Mr. William Mershon met with a pain- Miss Annie Christine Koenig, at Oakful accident as well an a severe loss for land, Cat, Juno iMth. his employer. The youugbter, which The marrige of Miss Minerva Letchwas a very prnniising one, jumped the er, of Itichuiond, to Mr. E. L. Starling, track and took out across the Held. Mr. of Henderson, announced in our last On the market is the RETS 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. Try it. bar-relSa- lt. J". IB. -- v t your binder twine from A. T. Having Removed My Stock- Tin: Methodist church is undergoing N untit-llybeisi on the market and as low-asome internal improvements which will any one. add much to its beauty. The chancel Al i. the base ball pluyura at hexing .1 (iodbev has Ih'cii wainscotted, paint and paper ton, iiiclndiiiK Iaiiiis nnd (.ieorno Hain- has been judiciously used ami a handse, were indictetl by the jjruud jury. some now carpet spread over tho entire Hack to my old sta.ui on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can Mish Lit A. SiMfsox has socured the door. When we looked in on them yessell you goods Cheaper than uver before. agency for Physicians and SurKOons' terday Mrs. M. K. Daviess, Mis. S. P. All kinds of produce taken homo Mil J. I. Cask, (Hickory Urovo "Knrm,rtrjiiiK 'u.ip, which her Mister, Mrs. l).wson, StnuK and Mr. W. i. Hanej were himi tn exchange. ltt llaclne, VIs.,mis: of ly engaged in the labor of love for the hainlled mi successfully, and will every known remedy, I remou'il a lari:e limicli chinch of their choice, and making it for it. with three niipllcations of 111010 attractive for saint and sinner. Mil. II. K. .Maiiu'M writes that cer-thuiDaxvii.i.i; siili'otod a disastrous lire has been settled satistactorily in It Is he best preparation I hnvocveru-euorluw- d tin .MtCorniHck scIhkiI district ; Mis. J. Monday night. Tho hemp hackling esof. 1 liearllf recominenil it to all Horsemen. of Cogur, Haas A Co. burnwill lie utuployed as teacher tablishment IIVAare hundreds 0 such tcsUmcnia', ed and with it about 550,000 pounds of and peace aMm reigns supremo. Nj l'rliv.SI.I! iKTlxittlr. lkynurilriiKKltforlt If lie iiT'ViasM HYW7571 hemp nml 10,000 pounds of twine bei 'ml ktfp Ir N'lul us c fumisirbilt r formal' J. Tin: L. V N. will run an excursion to longing to Cogar, Hand A Co., 100,000 V. AV. H. KI)IV .t .1 unction City pounds of hemp belonging to Cog.ir vV the Mammoth Cave from next Monday, at $7.5 for the round-triVoris, and small Jot.s belonging lo vab j Piibsenneia tako regular day train leav- rious otheis. A great deal of the hemp m s , f?9 u K rUry n bk Kmm 4 ing the junction at 1:03 p. m. V. V. was tl.'eswd, and worth seven and eight 1 Db a 3 I'enn will personally conduct the excur- cents per pound. Tho total loss according sion. I o careful estimates will approximate I on Shooting Cicacs. Jim Middle-ton- , $30,000. Insurance :15,000. . colored, was tluod $73 in Judge Tin: supper arm god by the Union s cdiirt Wednesday for indulging ill Sunday School at Walnut Flat proved a Hie fascinating game of craps. Only 15 most pleasant as well as protltable occarents had changed hands but that was sion. Some. -- young people went 0 from fiithciuut to convict tho sportivo darkey. town and tho number being swelled As.Iim was ruuuiug thu game, and for from Rowland ami the neighborhood tho Color other reasous as well, ho alouo was lined building was completely packed. Tho .Every wero ilismisaed. whilo the others plan was rather novel. Ladies preparw ill necessarily havo to work out ed baskets with good tilings enough for his Hue. two and the gentleman who bought Mixed. SruiDB. Mr. J. A. Carpenter is in them at auction ato the contents with receipt of the sad news of the suicide of the lair one who made it. Jordan Peter Chandler was auctioneer and the bidhis brother, Henry Carpenter, a Ml. Jackson, I ml. Tho ding was an amusing feature. Baskets farmer near sold all the way from ;!0 cents to JiM'S, deceased had been in bad health for long timu and it is supposed that tho act the high price being attained by the wnH committed while brooding over his boys running up 011 a fellow w ho wantto do all kinds And JKWKLRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r condition. Tho body was touud in au ed to eat with his sweetheart. Tho net Clock and Jewelry repairing. of Watch, e with a. bullet hole in the head. proceeds woro nboutSlO, which will go was 51 years old and to buying books, &e. Tho ladies of the Mr. Carpenter Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, j leaves a wife uud two soiib, 0110 grown school have the thanks of our local for n day anu nigat. specimen basket of the good things. and the other nearly so. , s orr close t. Mershou, in his attempt to stop him, gave him a severe jerk, breaking the rein. The colt fell from the suil len release and rujitiinn a blood vessel, died Mr. Mershou was almost instantly rendered unconsi'ous by the severe precipitation and also had his left shoulder badly sprained has been indefinitely postponed on account of the illness of the lady. .Mr. It. W. Statonand Mrs. Matilda Staton, both ot Casey, and both of whom have pasi'd the rsOtli mile post in the journey of life, were married in the Myers House parlors yesterday by Kev. T. REMOVED. tions, Site, FOSTER. Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- JAY EYE- SEE m r enn-1u- 5S :b. :e EOxjt. K QUINN'S OINTMENT. 1 ULAJ 1 MING- - 1 p. m !' yiriun&iSiiiiL ffri ai F SHING OOODS Car-mi- ii 11 DRUGGIST ANTD .TKW3GI.EH, Has the Newest and LatestStyles of Wall Paper, Shade and of Mabastine; The Best and Purest VhiteLeacl and Oils; UT ES O J SXT 'HIJJR MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES Mid-dli-t- m Ready Paints and. XeaVs Carriage Paints; Sil- well-to-d- o 11 Largest and Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks TRUNKS & VALISES Stagg & MeRoberts. out-hous- o 't 3hT-- HT Tush!" broke In Sylvan. "1 wan TUin niinosiau F. U. miiEY, Proprietor, ,T ' of my head when I tr,,1f tl at Semi-Week- Kontucky. Interior ccpt her mntcldess fortitude and thrift, half out many women suffer from Excessive or London, enough no to rccon-tthey don't know Naturally Thorndyke did not come on course. I'm sane c,on. A ROMANCE OF I hac mnsed to ny naw Hotel and am better advice. published Every TuoaUay and Fr day Now York. Gerald, as wo know, ro- - Ald'T It. who to confide In to get propertry In i,u than ever to triatil.very attached accommodate the jiub'.c "anion mo." said Don't confide In anybody but and avety contemrnce deseveral days In mental tur-!;.'il I. muined for AT ........... i.t.. l.JilinmV , "You are not wine at nil to , .irrd I.ise weaiall. ..u.vt- - KlI.L, : 1, .,.! moil. fliiroHicmnuu-vvmrrftiR.,- to 1:: ... 01 ..... ,, ..,- imt tvpnt. with the fixed dctcrminn- - Willi" iiir ITI T 1 1 Tk T purpose. I II III nil tlmt irivo It you back for such 4rWhen not so paid $2.50 W.j e charged , ... .... 1....1 Svlvnu scowlled and clenched his S .....t 11...1 1,., .. ,i,...ninl 8 I I 0 Specific lor PAINFUL, PROFUSE. ii ...'. ..,...-.- . tii'inlixit. tn toll Svlvntt nnth- - ' hands. muiitl You must, and you K.u. LOCAL TIME CARD. SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR l mi Pit Ki i'ou l,(41'lll i inir w ith respect to his chemical eft'orts? e ir MENSTRUATION, I'.l of si ,il Rowland at 7 00 a, in , tcwming surely wrought pain shall:" The elixir had Train nave s , .t III hi I, h it "I lvfuiK'." ltoakta "WOMAN" ma. ted free. ' III. enough with his hrother as niVuirs now at 3:11. t. m If By EDGAR FAWCETT. nnADFiELU REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, Ca. s r Itr- - " ',, I'll "Then you oomtnltuti outrtMrJ" t;rlt(1 .1 L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. stood. Ami to inform hint of these reIII,. lit. BvlJ bf all nruiiaLt. ... , in .Ml Jjl '"You rob me shamefully!" Ho I'I - 1').' S, cent almost lurid happenings! would Sylvan. k 'll' Pra ,...!' 31pm Hung hinwlf back Into the chair he ,1 Mail tram going North r ti III. i it mt lie like a new fret given a wound Soulh ' n . for a moment Itowed rn am .emenl 11 had quitted, and Express train " South k. that was already fraught with ache? . - am fit irnir.rlii " North his fnco towrl lHth his tnMtibling t r .. 1. III til e rn 6 "If 1 ever make Perditn tny wife," Local Freight North mother wa right:" ho I'r of ..... S P m ' On South Gerald meditated, jttht iiefore he ruur hands. "Our nla, Cini(l n, K athe elttii e will the l.l y I'h Iiin 1" til ip"nglng erect. counttM.ilerk illJul; ll li. lilt latter trains also carry pasiengers. door, "I will of suddenly shouted, again The t t ' k I'i J the Kll at his brother's inliall .iP'1 Solar was ttgninst all that hud bHinesl held tV the sharehi ldr "f t hi ( li the iurH The above 11 calculated on standard time. r Kentucky Suit hern Itailr'idt course Jet him know my intent, lint "Cod fplt it I1R I .. I5UI .VOU 1IOW. time is about ao minutes faster nnsrer C nijan) v... i'i ltlrK a Ikwrit if Direit r. .( .ai more than this he need never learn, lie Full of Startling Incidents. may .i feel It von!" he went on, In soatlt- - ,n,i it ,i,z tru.aiti..n ..f n. ft t " .ild hold it a irross impiety, no doubt. don'twntth. " Yotfro an athelst-yoi.- 'vo -'- ;t ..t.u. liviiriKil ivltnt lie deems ing W. B. You call It agnos 1 . ..,1 j MiWAKPs. KTICIIU Alt P a l.t c . Newport Si- . A' 'TTuvevou no desire to leant liowyoc wl.iri.i inws n death. If Vrdltu ln en one for years! .emitc. ky . June s, 11 Sh Vitti le.i Trams to ratlonnllst ami sucu came here?" recalls her name and her past, I tic, - never Hut 'atheist' Philadelphia She appeared to muse, and whisper- blj!iU ,im,nt lKlth for i,or (why not?) facile, convenient names. now. t'.erald, Sce recently NOTICE of INCORPORATION. is Itehind them all. Come. here, when side MoJjTiiree-iOffice South 1k.cou,s actually my own." lntfly rcpeateil. tho words "came Baltimore, Now York, Stanford, Ky. vacated by Dr. E. F. HutTman. mood if you refuse to give me back those pa)f wi,icl, imrosivetive r mi'ti three or four times. Then suddenly hei ti .... in Jjh.ii.Iik IIm.tP I.Kmer..n n. II Id1' All point, lul alid S .iithea.t I may lllngthem back and wearied. "Oh, M alone, IVrki, sltnjv betoken just that curious mad-- I pers, that in turn face grew strained and In!) one instil 'nit Irim l.f.imt' a B. COOK, wards Kit, hie hae Iw.'ime Incorporated a " n L. .1,1 Clyde had endeavored to must always have been here, must Sjuihein Kailruad lime Card in I.ftrct Ma 1, iSvi nohs CiiKinnati and Kcntuck.) Thorn-youn- g "That handsome the ptlneira' ple "f bimne.t at tray in ti,0 iotter he PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, not?" she faltered.who sat besido me (Jvkp ,,oor lJori,i iut had sent of no iCniit Hiuiiui. o.emite. keiituik), ' th operaUuu of a raildrunken gentleman and STANFORD KY. iv liteen Kins s Al.Hiiilain and n.emiu, t daily j aHd westward perhaps he knows all ' ,abitf 0iixir, yot that which he last MailUavet Lcslnrton j,OII at Hid i a u lend vaid railway eastward this morning and M t.ink lines, llh a i aplUl atoct l tM oo to ha Um.he.lr n. ,Ml Starllnff is . arrlMna ..t uIllsl.i( miraculously to havo Roberts' Prug Store R"ia"' Catlattsburg --A it He seems soHeclever tell me, ,, Office ill tlg Mid fur in full and not to he i.iua.1 until H paid A.hland u I) wwr t . love-pi- will James B Owens' ,.roP.rtv - at the llunllaitoii U 5P kind. I will ask him. 6 rn oomlos0a had proved a true tonville and D.un ille pikel.unltcsl KWaa laavaa Ualntlr ilaily l bu.lneaa on the i h Company cimeni t? I am sure." Oloe tion, forceful as any which legend' pn. Winsba.tef ?., Mt Slfln r s arming II,al and cmiIiihim for twijty-Sol July, i i ii s .. . j ,. A.hland t. p. Catlettabiirf to u. -- .. "Mr. Iaynaru, you meaiw would havo us accept In its rcconis 01 ear ana is 10 i manau mi p alacted anaaally on ! Srn Mn4ay of Huntington at n Jdally. r to "Mnynard?" hhe repeated, and made s or ,ni.ditornl philtres. There cnpt innday. Accainsudats.n. hoi ha lnrfiralnn aereia R, C. MORGAN, D. D. S. gesture with one hand as though she th(j clnsj0 1.1,,, f sane madness under M? to, Mt , st pm. Win. at annnal nrc munv mar coHttitaM Hit Bonrd until ifca nasi any nirUlagal oh. Mlllsi lopsa Incur ImsT is tinted the 5,, ,mM)n. would lift it to her brow. Hut the next th(? e'e'tlm The Cowpwiy shall not uf SnSday. UasjH DENTIST. Act.iMxUti. 411 aic capital l in eaceasof she let it fall again. "Was thai uutumn !,. with Illusive rose and L xingtan al n taain. Wtnhestar I''P"1 Ml, PortminJiouse, instant am Olia lliii Office on Mam street, opposite w eiarnpt Stalling i n pm Pally lon with divine his name?" I'i o ate property of ill slwkholders charuvd his younff spirit lias given for Tamles am, CatleMibn g y ',. arile Hut I upstairs Nitrous Oxide AahUnd 1 liked him?" tn.in the vrpirt debts "Yes; and of InebriVtv that was, after all. slight bon CJttractm muton , as am. PW ARPs flit HIK. Alt STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Ills father's b Her eyes kindled. "Oh, so much! lit ,naUol. for 8urpri-P.rmite. Ky . Jun- - s. Vitl I Umilil. I wish ho would oomo to ' ' is charming. hjl in lho tlrst pinw addressed Huntlnfton It,i Mall leases Ashiand . dally Mill " . Mi . Oll Catlttbiirg t. s, &a. tSAu i?M-u vIce at once clarion mo airaln. I do so like to hear htm talk ;milffin.lion w OJ aa4 inno Mailing , ':. wjachestar It Then hud come the to have him here at tny side. at : oj pm re intensity and severity of effort and Limited KprItaas nun'Mgtns u.im "There's a bit of candor," P "'" orcign Dealer r r Hi Nut pm. Calletuhurg i t'hlanJ is. se t t j in to Ma J' y )' "that would feed the fuel oi uiiiivh. Afterward, to a sout nroo iy - sO" li iTisi c?Mt stalling a !, Win hestsr 4 an. Ml oil i madness if lie cnthU!llnvn an,i )lope, had dawnetl, in LIQVORS poor Gerald's love-sicAND rUw s at s v om .Ty ' in . w l.t Suiida Mt (.rns.rn It. it ilaui By l al AccowSMSatinn. dally fnt .j Win !r .ti l.ivird 5t!" fair, palpable, feminine suape, imii Mi! naulce bottled If c' . m of O.dl'llal ir 't PiI.H. Jr . IJ '. Oloa HiUsarn. Ml. KMrlliut all Arkcrnan's Satin & .... laltorvi.l t. llKMKtoitTII UK -- ri'.tMiKBS. of Ma id s Js .) tho house thnt ufter-noo- victory which at times had seemed re- "VSK s b . Hoforo leaving m and the lrof th dam. t0lt..?,'X 15 an arm "t .... Beer, 3M c ,V, , , '.".'. sim IHUUCTt . AciAisudalton dally fas. Huntuyi" ' ' m he said to Gerald: "She has no mote 'from his reach ns its outmost among the pmvrrs of evil where they See aad Nutrrolis a .olid bl. k. ift hand. Sick MT oo.l, . :sbnrg e jj, A.hlaml 7 i snJ tu.. Kmcon. Jt Did you observe that?" wedding-ring- . are 01 food leave. H.. use saloon and lath a horsa His planet from the sun. The grace nnd belong. I I shall never willingly speak and erj and color. are .uitaldeloIi. ihalatai.ttack rm, I Hill 1I5pm. WEsiapt Snndayanu am Mi will be found it tle P..r.m.ui 16 om fur A.arlli.e ! .,, i.b. InilieMct I St Roland "Yes, yes," was the eager reply. beauty of her whom he hud chosen fan- to vou or notice you agaut." tir. h atTorrill llros. Hiaiket, and laili of una.uaiU fowl Lcongt.w at a . pni and "Her lovely white ringless hands did cifully to call l'erdltu were spotwors of " ' fo' J1,1" " (iernld nieasuresi his brother's framo diooil"0- c" no imiltd Vastibuleil F.spraa. runs .UiU not escape my notice. How could they? n passion whose birth environment with kindled ami contemptuous eyes. furUisa him atrial and ion, in ed. lie stands Pullman Vctuhuted Huffet SUapar betwe-- n immensely glad to richlv aided. They were like just thnt I was glad And i!!le Laingt. aahmgi.. Nan e. "Then we sepurW from this hour." ho absent." The Small Sum of $12.50, Old IVrfni Comfort Thi. train to made j at: et t n see the wedding-signeedful stage of twilight which lurus said. "I will not glw tne papers dck. ' f May iS, a t Clyde stared at him. "My dear fel- the inevitable star. Cam to no firm on the ihk at m m' it s miles from detrcibing and m M.t "I despise In you the spirit that makes V. V. V. nf -. ,wnir uin Ell forth, "what are you lura- H hit. brother a low," he broke I'o sooner had Gerald met vou seek to burn them, and gladly HuM...oit:e on .he c for pasture an adjem;.... Stanford ' Itoate fca.t of Uunlingion "n the C V VlNKS. "''' l.e saying?" ifi the air grew ungenial nnd harsh. run dally eaiapl s,id rax Mail Imib. and Huniirgton. Hike due. t tnai we shaU henceforth be. An, you than I mean, Clyde. 111 but had the manner of "Only what tw.tn Lesiagiau Sylvan looked S strangers." nh C A l .at conne.-ttoat Huntington 1 don't know the power with which thut one who will play invalid no longer, Furious, he dahetl hlnwclf out tf Und siuh S t K ; at in.bnar with K nC F uh f al. K r.. rti and Kiund. and at losing! exquisite creature has takon hold oi cost w hat it may. VV IVmbtless at auy pre- At 1FN f. Kal.i .'. - S Ivan's house. V . I. in Stanford me!" "1 do so hope you'll pardon my stay- vious period of his life he would have li ......1 .. ad Oil.. Mill A.f'O.Ull. U Lot on Main Street "You seem determined that I shall re- ing awav from you all this time," said remembered with pity that Illness had ruiiik. sut.day. Cnnntal Wincbeaies-1- A mi,4 N acres. C Mumsilsi Laiinatnt. with n. Containing Clyde, with more grim-nos- Gerald. "Hut the truth is, 1 havo had ' alize it," said perhaps lain at the root of his brother K k .r I ouls.ille WALTON. Stanford. than his blithesome mien had a dreadful cold, with severe attacks of arrogant claim. Hut now he quickly Starling Ac..mmn.latl T R. and Mt erms easy. , r.inten dlrerl and . ,). e.epl Sunday, anil mate, Mid ie' shown in many a day. headache" iho wondered if he were not of th'ir quarrel. It liom ,n it Wlmhe.trr t long and some- blushing nt his own desperate He as ho forgot even the fact That night he wrote a A. O. I.auham mind ntnl was wj eaay for his infatuated gi an R .hmosid an J at eilngton Jahn 11. Castleman what anxious letter to his friend, Kosw spoke it) "and so . . . have been heart to forget every thin except tho '.Ml'. III ) rjin r ir mi r .Imi, in t.atd com- Chicago. Ho disclosed Thorndyke, in a . . . prevented from ' t I'i" I' new devotion which now mastered Inith. a, attempt enough K mm you entire incident of Gerald's the inir Hut I'm glad A month, two months, passsed for lum HIS xvitl, tlm olixir. Ho refrained, however, up 'n' about. , ii . ou vo noi ten wtu iiuuau Hktf He reecti'l H ww k. lhe from admitting his own active share in since, I suppose CCHSUMPTIQN or f,mr kind le tters fnim l horn- 1 I! W ' tne secret, conVK "Yes," replied Sylvan, shortly, "l vo of tho frightful fire an UU Kv ' ! SCROFULA him that n rob Mio.m nut several times." A grim simio .. evapo inHin.rr flnanclnl UIOUIUIIWW BRONCHITIS might have been committed lj tno crept along the palo curve of his lips. from disaster which had liegsrered bery a EMULSION T COUCHS men whose services he had secretly nnd "I've had something to ro.e me otiu i few of hin Two of the not wisely secured. "This whole affair," was right as to thnt devilish Calderly letters lneloed drstfU, which Gerald CCLDS CURES he finished, "has told In the oddest way woman." And then he went on to re- cashed In New York, scarcely having a y 'ssfMsVaWJ B D Was:hs Discacca lf ill when I on Gerald. W hat will you say count just what had been disclosed by grateful thought, as he did so. with reBAK13EE&CASTLEMAN add that he shows every symptom 01 Lucia's aunt. ft. to the kindly motive that prompted Wondorful Flosh Pmclucor. snid gard conveyance. At another time he i.T.v- .. ,irwt tmimmiv thinir. a violent and headlong passion for tho MANAGERS, their Munv linvo gnino.l 0110 pound truly lovely woman whom he believes Gonihl ntHy conscious of the would htive written his protector pages nnf iblV liV ltH USO. to have snatched from death. nesg wUh whk.h he i,n,i iiBtened of the of thankful response. . Louisville. Hut now lie y iHjon ;H not n Becrot Mlltil KAILL5 Commerce Building, '' It sounds incredible, I lcn.nv; but if you nbft0rption which vetoed ami blighted wrote only brief If cordial notes, all :v colltninH Ul0 Htimiilat- throui;liout the South. on here and observe 10 N. "And so at last senseof duty being ra Hod for him in ro Aients could only come roT,Cr sympathy. f.iSK , SOU(,hl tho ax 0f detectives?' inces- - ii , piopprtus 01 tno HvIol,ho3. him you would be almo..t stunneu, as i J ha vapors of heedless egoism. He .. pldr.nd yet radical change. wny tiesc tiding; santlv saw the woman he loved, and In- - pl.iti'B niid UV0 IN 01 wcguill Lod AmJ in TRI3BLE, Local Agent, am, by his ra t'icy may ciaim W. A. Fate, for ail ESteCI&iF ia ".a: l have done me good. 1 mean physically 11.1LUI111T .,ir 111111 i.i...,nf iiiiiv .!. .r..v T'.n Ol ihn DOtOUOV Ol POtll laanaa. - 111 on the detached and rigzag modes and mentally both. Tho mind has n STANrOUP. KY increase. l. it is tiseu to him after each tresit inter- bcin Inrj-'i'l- v pnd then helps to of her workings, uow tho world. nil definite purpose to carry out, the body view. He had become jealous of the by rhyst.-i.tiiconstruct wh. t we cH I'nma with a is spurred into aiding it. I reullo now possibility that she would ever regain tt r. which in l.vd 'h PALATABLE AS MILK. terrible skill that the accursed manuscript our father her memory. Ho preferred her just as WBL W WHOM II s would have sum III. I tl ira t .ion dt ordinary circ.im-.tanidrove poor Lucia insane. she was. and had no rcalbntion of the Ma me .SoM hij nil Driwuiit. ,... f..f v" ti New willed tolonger a shadow of moned T'.t- .. cVBOWNE.Chomlnts.N.Y. I've no on his own future COTT reckless outlook ' Chua,. Muhijai 1'ciiii.. st I ,,, And- ..i ' t r- -- ''v i'V beYork, i ' B' fl'O, against her; 1'vo nothing but pity which he lotnived when dcelnring "J Clevrland. '"" h t lt - and ' . est, enormous de- Clvde: "Kven If she had firetbe ludisn iu.li. and t, her, blent with an ting in towarddiscover the poor child's wherer . i. ,ic una.ia, sire to IRTEREST- d;sastni some other man's wife asssssansBinBBmsgaSBWBBlsWSBBlSBBBasBPSPPSSBB OF abouts." with her would now scorn to I'lnla.'e h . tin re Te Wal.iiiln.tn "I can understand that," said Gerald. sacred. Death took her, and In dying "illal'K (iKASS ItOI'TK." IraiiVfnrt K. t Jin. kc. tlorliir.il "t Sh. it only too well!" "I can understand all the worldly bonds that she had ii'.l Ki huund, Mki.IMN Qulckotst Rcu'.o from o ,i ke.t line In ' "And I've one other desire," pursued formed were nullified. Death gave her Tho Shortodt and W nil tsnltltLl Vnrflt. ...l..s a iu truu.vo u. .,111 YU Sylvan, with knit brows and almost a back to me, newborn, a second and UOnirftl IVOlHUUtwJ South-WoWw Buet. Woetnnd rSJlUW llleiWJI.IilllAVAV'D-savage accent: "To destroy both tho porhnns a finer self. If she had sinned Co ffRovALisirAjl a Stock Yard m ,.,., Lino between Lexington and Olneln aad Office of the Cincinnati futon Snhd Tfl111, h manuscript and the letter." 'iiii some dark sin during her former life. I ntltl. rn..iiM. Pullman H iid ur leneri thr utiwith.CINCINNATI, MAY it. 89iexeluimed Gerald. f.XI Viifl "Destroy thorn!" " f out hng siathal.an ia, Hirmingliam, Mer.l should never dream of not pardoning it, THKOl (JH Tk.MN'sCINCINNA 11 1 . . w "d JFl I IC held this Ian masinr o,r. . "Yes. Call It superstition if you will. I feel that she will soon consont to the a meelnii: ol the Hoard of Directors A.he.ille, I.T hi "S J l"ints Is. Hut I want to see tho marry me. Almost Immediately, then, re.olutiot, was un.n.uwu.ly dny! .ho No doubt It MZX I onco iCHKDULF. IN KFTF.Cr WAV 10.1M. adopted. devilish papers really burned, as we shall be made one. Her health is (UAVlRlDLlCVAVki,, LKHV 3 X No J N No. I. pretended to burn them before my frail, and I will take her Into tho West, for Atlanta, Columl n, Wilminij Monday, breed no Al Chattan.x wife's eyes. Then they can where Dr. Thorndyke, ever kind to me, That on and after RJSun.J IaUy ' ".JW ton, Charlc.i 4a Augu ta. Ma.nn. Saynnah, n. trouble. Give them to me. I will welcome us." further Bruaxa iik, Lake Cily hnua.sille and I I.Oltl Lea Cincinnati j 06 p w DA puiuis should havo Mnt to you for them this May 18, 1891, there will be no but vainly. Here Eva Covington. III am lal Clvde expostulated, m 4 ) Tsaool) line ruining M.lid trains with chmre a 11 B li 16 P very day if you hadn't come here. I was'madness Indeed, but of a sort with Eva Falmouth.. r IO fl ID H.u.l tt iS a st to tj p m 7 00 p m Pullman wit huntir ihu.ge lor sCV.ing Cars ti ,rr Pans. made for yardage and In what sleep I am able f charge an) ille dream of them which his whole phanuacopioia of drugs Arr l.esingtoa ia 10 a b 11 u 1 a or batdiaiie to get-- of them and of her. Give them had no power to ileal. He had seen tho Eva Pans. ' 1$ ...III tj s M niKiiinery, Selrna ...'..1 weighing on any live stock sold i .n Florence. nnd hi and It KANSAS ikiuiis 10 p u Mem to me." .. r men who had brought "Perdita's" hotly Arr Winchester., la apnni.ton. St lint, Arr Kichwona..., IMP" and Shorte.t nktt . made at NEW MoHe held out one hand, rising aad to Gerald's rooms and had tried to wring Arr Eanca.tar I 41 r n iiiuiii bile. Punt at these yards. his brother. Gerald, still from them a confession of that sort of Arr Stanford " at .. proaching itl. 1. uiiiiu' " tran.fer for tin 1 Uou.tun, Aii.iiu. seated, stantd tip at him for n few robbery in which the rope of a wedding-rin3J p St Eve knhmond .. By order of the Hoard. Arr l.tvingl'-i is P TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. seconds. Then, while swiftly reilectlng V J. UPHNCOT1, Pre.id.iit , --might lie Included. Hut the men Esc Middlashiiro J.lULSL posJa kon and '. k.l.urj, The only thioi hh hue tmaking r ll,.'fi ol that he could uot remember by any f ' itar yet f"V Hire, . Were rough fellows and rt 4., Mum , bhrm-)N's- - a. No, 6 . No. i. sibility the complicated Htwl stbstruso nno I. it t L tinder- ti clearly to Th.'v with.iut muni! - trainfrr li r I) illas t n Wnrih, K sheet which contained El l'au ami 1, n. Kill formula if the Austin, San Aul nia. NATIONAL BANK stund that when hiring them as he had Mtddlaiboro it were lost, he let ti nervous laugh done. Clyde had laid himself open, In Ei Eivingatoa U si fill TEXAS, AniZOHA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Ese Or STANFORD, K leave his lip and answered: LIME AND BRICK. - I :. -- vhis chara ter of a physician connected Arr Richmond.. lit e lull "I haven't them here. I don't carry with Hellevue and consequently with Eva Stanford .. fur thrniih rales mrrei t count) ni.i' itand K 700 s e, in n loiurmall.iu call on Arlil at 'hy should IV" a St ; them about with me. I M ,'i l ir l" a' ; L'l.tS Uu 'i'i I' r It A N K V WiKJEEFY, or add'ee. its adjacent morgue, to chances of tho Eva Eani. aster 10 jo nsj '1; thorn-br- ing 15a Arr Richmond.. Capital Stock r. n. ' r "Hut you'll get them-se- nd liav Pass Ai;t' eu ;tiin, kv r s a, i gravent antl most injurious charges. Eva Richmond.... is 46 p sn oj a ns P HiWARPS. D. MIEI.LR. them, perhaps; and at once?" young Arr Winuhe.ier.. ,"1 arJ Lr k I wiU a 5 am ao p nt 1 flii.r "Good lteaveus." thought the I. l A I' Train Surplus 1 e ' Gerald bit his lip. "Not long ago," physician, one night, after a sieuu .3 Arr Pans at - c s t $ p ssi 7 4 a in Cm.ii.rnti. O r.l ' Cr Or a ss J 45 P J kit' ho said, "you thought It would bo a. conference that had teemed for him Eve Eexiuzion i ,ri to the fact i ml r JJ a tn HSr j Vttention of the public is invited desecration, u blasphemy, to destroy with humlllatitia-- rebuif. "I feel liko Eve Pans. 5 30 p m 10 p W 9 3 Eve Falmouth .. 4 6 m to 10 a them." some compromised person In a Howory Arr Covington. .. j 40 p who 55 a tn l 6 j; p m a 4 p .. j pa i Way "I did yes. Hut I think this no long- melodrama. d And this conns of not Arr Ciucinna.i aW-'Wnoier. 1 Vant tho whole testimony of our keeping the wheals of one's existence On theMaysville llraneh, No 10. leave Paris at No. ttauar'-X- of parent's foolish endeavor swept into well within the ruts of the ordinary! 7 5S, am and 10 io. 11.m,at and13,8 jj. m, arrivinz at of the tank a ji m. No. v Massvilleat the.ondituli FWn si" ro statements nothingness." you can leaves Maysville at j 30 a m. arriving at Pant at year to the Luit.d States govern-?- n Ah, imagination, what tra each .Maysvtlle at broko $0 and leaves 40, a m. No Dreadassets are examined at stated times "You call it a foolish endeavor!" and unwary si THE GVXW HOUSEHOLD IliMUOY FOH for arrives at Paris at a to, P m. These trains are bgovernui.nt ajenU, thus securm.' additional as he in turn rote. "You're set the the ho daily except Sunday. T3Tl(f"Ba,J from Gerald absolutely wrong!" Ho ing ridicule of his a "n! ?,Xarstab.hed a, the No 1, dally tu nil points except ltoUnd Diviswrong in thut syllublo - refrained from breathing thns daily tiacapt Suada) l"nV of SUnrord In Hi, mJim " miliM !" m&rvwm tfmtiTtP spoke with heat, though uot yet in an- about the elixir. There were times ion, which is daily Irom Eoxisgum to Cincinnati .v,j and N'o runs Hank ol Stanford i.edastheaiiona National IU.iL of SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, No. 2 runs daily doubted absolutely mat 11 nuu hasSh?d j.rac.ica.ly an Sylvan stati m except Ihe Nn runs dull Runs In anirer. however, that as I or- when he her whom Gerald now so Rowland DivmIoii, flow nil daily except Sstndaj "'-which is revitalized SORES, CI10UP, BRONCHITIS, &c. It is betttr .uui.lied nIpted ';x"le0AVtranct utf businew Vr replied: "Come, now, Gerald, do daily eaeept Sunday No adored. Agui:i he would keenly regret ? b.for.m ...long and ?WdY.berSly 5sn PRICE GO CENTS. No 4 daily butweon Cincinnati and l.eamgtou der. Get those papers immediately him to inof corporation fiiu- I the accident which htwl caused .al' ?.'. No 4t Paris and EeniHtHn Account stamps for free ssmplo before you have tliuo to copy them, t Sand threeouc- -' of the fiuid, nnd 1000 a. m Arroral'j bos and boot:. nave utem uoiwuuyuu. overturn that think he would soon bor- ly Eeave EeaiBBton ''ciane. firms and ind.viduals reipecuuii mean. If you vow to himself that Hank is combed 01 N'o Falmouth Accommodation; lav Cincinnrocure them." The Directory of this friend's formula and nati 5 i10 p in. Arose Kaliu-u7 oj i m dally Tl.lc U tUMitl spanning, upon mj. row his voting of bullions; r I Foster, turn alchemi.st with sturdy steal. .Mean- ntiti ? Silfiit.IV. Falmouth 6 iw - in ( ... v "..! V?V XLeases' No word, Sylvan." while he greatly regretted the absonco j. w.u-a- Hauzhman, Lincoln; Si m dally except Sunday v'c i "I mean It to be. The manuscript Is of Thorndyke. and at last wrote him cinrali j 7ana a6tnake coiiuections at ncbestcr for W . Nn. Vernon; Ym.'J. NUHer, Mt Lincoln: V N. A min.-.copious than points -on the N.ihrouchM cars R'y, P "'&&" ifiXZZZ&V" letter, fur more Cincinnati to fro S.T.llsrni v.. rimes ABSOLUTELY PURE, S.vjf'a 9 "You travo it to me," atllrmed Gor- - another In which he dcscrilwd Gerald Middlesboroujh and Cumbirlaud Gap and all in - 3. liocner the first, uinvuiu. G. A daily nnn Mrnir.iNAl . TOILET. BATH. J aid perilous nnd reckless terwedlite stations ntnl runs Aet , Cincinnati. T 1. lllll.aw.""" as bent upon a Havimr removed my llarber Shop to the Com MUNs.ON.Trav Pass V G welch, Stanford. r u tune. la brain and V. E R KNOl I mercial Hotel, am prbpaied to c r Gen Pass Ajt diss as well as gentlemen in an accommodatemay W AiJi'uit, "W. P. Tate, Stanford. S AND NURSERY PURPOSES. t J CUniU. r union with a women whose .Mid w.to if I l'.l. ,tll t.... thing they Traffic Mauajor. disordered wish iu my line. Children also waited on Call mfice Eoultville, Ky OFFICERS: saM nothing about Itodv were both Gencal TAR-OIUhicatro,- Jilj it in that light You CO... r mitor pon h r.elf and JESSE IMUAIl'hU.V, niL.e. t, r Agt., S. Y. Ii. MORSE, Ocu .. f,.ttn.i n v.itt tlif envelope, iou might brlrx at worse than InCommerciat Hotel. ' OiBce Chamber ol Commerce Uuildin;,Ciacm at! J.S ,.. r For sale by A R. Penny and M, E calamlty my hands, and" simply placed it In J ".. A-- A. Mc Kinney, asslwuv ly Jourm. TO HECONTINVEn. . . . ., ., .., mere wna wi omunKiic. m Every Month 1 THE RILEY HOUSE, o TW r Ill ITT r ll,i.!L...i,ji,,n,.. III i !.,,..., - 1 ""'" 1 ' ' 11 Female Regulator Bradfield's "lh: COOK'S SPHI3STGS tut I 1 111 l I I I . M - ' , 11 , I- ( 3 ' - '1 1 I 1 . . athrilTingstory . , I I .ill-- K Election Notice. 1 , i - i . ' C . 11 I i 11 , I I I 1 j DR. PENffY, , 1 - ."rr. OLD KY. EOUTB - Mi-- Dentist. free-thinke- r, I Washington, I Corr-ted DR. 1 I bo-abo- ut 1 J""'-''0"'"- '" 100-- jK MEh -- -a 4 Lm-i.an,'i- tl - i- JMiWVJ& awsxi n 4 V" ii e U i..u...M, 1 t-J- 11 J& 1 bsr -i two-th- s u o. K. FLEXNEX., . .n,,,. 1 WINES 1. on,i mhmnh wm$ -I k rw m Sf w ERRICSSON, . A 1,- -t ! JR., . - ... I.e-lii- I 1 I I n s.ia" ! ! 1 - BSTRAY. T: ( 1 !' I n li- I 1 FOS SALE 1 , P'V'. Young: I I . t- ,!.! lelel-rale- d .... Jacl j 1 1 ,ii 8indC.N.T 11 - . s 1 I 1 , . 11 I I 11I1 I I . . ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. , , Company, sezsseszs , .,,. 11 ' 1 ,". !'. I I I - SCOTT'S W n-- t fellow-eltlsen- s. I - cold-himsc- lf 1 94 J10 " -- su m, .., 1 a l.t - 1 a teirmm '&?.. d.-ar- out M 1 s T vrxvtATiu II- - r.-.- - I - - - 1 SEBCW. a Shippers of Live Stock. , ' SS Kentucky Central R.R. a bt York, I - llostttii. ( iin'i, .-- n,,, , - r .i..r, 111 - t0Ztf; 3- I PLFsRt'H . .-. mzm-- I Souih-ftoua- Iton Isinll'M ". 11 1 Ink-MM- ila.-ci- ,asen-gcr- a Hunl-vill- r. P0W0 1. I S Absolutely Puro g n . FIRST iii Af. iteen-wnw- u I , ,lin,-Ltl- stH-ine- d .Voi.h-Boun- d. ,1 ' . - S200,000 IC50 , .3 I11111 , I C j ta-t- . , 1 1- - 1 r.uli, r.l 1 A 1 . imps!;) 4 '", '! " j ' 11 1 -nT'T' 11 111 1 5 1 - two-cen- il th 1 TAROIDSOAP D " A sii- -- " J- aiui. 1 TrvMert TZL. U 1 1 - ' 1 . 'Jllrl&.Cashien - 1 tiuufcrd iou' -- ali 95-i- yr Jfct.titk.,I rnns. i5JSg. ? j ninwTnmgsn WiS Us .Br.tr jg: jLJr Efe.. .aj,. .aJA.vsKn', mirmStM1cj.A i W?tU iJttmiB. TR'??' t Sem 1 VOL. XIX. 0RA3nnQHAH0. . T SEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., JUNE Kentucky Fairs. The following list of dates and number of days has been bo far received,: VOL. CIC. . 10, 1800. NO. 31 -- U. MVt. IV IfUkUi" " .. " ,, 21. will, by Ol ,nrB t.,I K the ! H h. i su:F:E:Ej:E3:M::E:isr,i Ought to Roast Eternally In Hades. I remember well that in the early fall of 16(11?, n federal otlicer named McNeil - uirbody 1 lionltl romo to th . i n1 FOR WEIX 34-- RZEHSTT For Sale I n..tiu AnB Tei livre umoirow, ui John Young Brown. of va- - Nam- Hun in isoujrht this The f Il.rtrt r ..is pnrtiee in 1'ulMfci 12 sprlnis wnii i,,.r p.iliiI He also UoiiNi TubHt l r l.i.ii lie tmkI ut 2J cu. f x.uvittt K head of cuttle a c jkc II. .huuti bought u bnncb of wethers At f Kfiituclc nen.'c biffSt .its. -- Misa.Moliiu Warroit returned Sun- - j,rolmblyl Ia from Williamsburg, wheie blio bus ,t,r wna i attending college. Mis IxKtii' the ron v J hiMer, Mrs. W. M Instead of id vhdting iiliraii. at .hinctiori City. John pint; oil ft bweiit Sunday 8olettMir.il' HronKH, of Ilurrodsburc, with the home folk-- . few Ulili lite itMiiKins of Jutnce M. Harris, r,ail8,., Ht W'ilmoie, wliM .li.l of t broiUflil hff m Jrsa iu county, tK. n,. n.Iay, and interred nl KpiHWua church-- , ,,i,.,l hi .. . f.U.. imrria vmi8 a ruiui .1i .nn. i tTH ari .Mr. it 11. Umr Morgan Cbmipoil mul Mr. John live to ts tif.. of thu place, and was born and Kvht) ml rt nt.- -l litre. I le whs about Vi rwn old ed tt i t tin' time of hi tifatb. A wife an-- l tltlltl"ll m m it i hildrcn anrvive luui. which h I I l.ut bamboos ffllo. Win. A. llnifllt ." Rro ki, ou of the "Aopela of sou tlin call the UBU li MH)nM: aa Andrew me in from Stanford Krb of til ron.Ut .liniiiiiicr, dn. hiuiKbk luxuriantly, uir KV In fact, l t Willie, we are n to voiir iittl wouj s , and know exactly why you like to mu cout K tu.i.- Stanford" ao well on your rouuda. abolished. A .toti'i blauie you ; pretty itria are itOV(.rn ai to tin. I. Uooaaud do tbyaelfno atUrea. uit we II .MHiium: tbatlbfiif King, a colored blood of txjolv-- . nvntio and another nejr.ro toj p,.r,.i .j. line sot into a Iracaa at Man.iy injgniri-a- . ii.tiui initfv'i bMindar niglil, aud Rice attick r., B,i . l.i- - iUrlow kuilf into Kiug'a neck, ruak Urm of y mi u.y and painful ouud, from which tlra ftlllj S t Iki. I bkiod aHuted fiei'ly. King) poiilv .wim that tie waa held by UO other, p,litira 2 u. while K av, who la only a were a..QititutS dil the bloody work. Dr. IVttui pMftreaa, . the wound. No arieata. ten IWiti.fii . ' M l ...l-.- l i ..l.il j uv n j. puuiit- v. HuuiUTtiuii constantly jm-nl- r Ma- UA li k.u ctun. a mej. "I - I (. wk , j In UH-lio- j i , lii-fi- n hr had 10 confederates taken to the fair grounds at Palmyra, Mo,, and Bhot among them Capt. Tom Sidener, whom I know well. lie wan a gallant nnd generous man in every walk of life and a perfect specimen of manly beauty. A few days ago this miserable wretch, this most disgraceful mockery of his race, this creature whom no hard epithet can disgrace, this murderer McNeil, dropped dead from heart failure on the streets of St. Louis, and no act of his life has given aa general satisfaction. J. H. Miller. i ) i ih Stanford, June NEWSY 1(1. NOTES. 1 . .1 ix-r- , Com-iiien.- Iki-kv- r ft s y n.-- - ! Wt I , - ix, ! .ir.w-.f- . m.i . l'Ki J. w.builtli . -- . (, . w itli ,r.-i.- . : pupil, cecures a leachee in Wliiu. : .v ipiru an.a ureen IIIIK Moiineei, wj0p , ; ., I j ..... t Mias I l.i. oa make htr eallinit and oleetion ti followe : Kw ., . . ... . .. mm. ut Wilnut Flat, wbure there's a eei uiinn h.1i(joI houae and SJ tntereating the proae i..- . i 1 J. Kdiiiiaton vU ... ..... wiiivu iriuiiki li. jiii. niiw -- k.I. j'ii t', Vl. !.. ", W. Dkalim) I Jul lluilM. I j"w' ., j rt i . lu. lren nnd !:iijai. IWtin baa the think you '. null" on the Adainf dUttlctof 44 ; Hti.l (Mint. Mummu. (ianrt'H I. PmltfMI and rnnville Haley, who aro tiio pro inoters of tlin Kvbeiiie, hare alrendy i ure. I 11 members, and tbld ueok tbir iil doubtlet treble that nntuber. vete-ruiI'lurf art) aoinu To or HO late-winoat of w hom are penaiooere, in thi-inily , and, out of this number, it btHMiiM, there should be obtained euf-tlent material to found a flouriehing piNt. Uepnrtment Coiumunditr Nttu U. Hil'.ie, of Concord, Ky., has been written to for the ueceeaary cotnmiejion papers J. T. Lynn, the jwpnlnr dniutmer, Mre. Annie May-n- . ww here Thursday. f I'lneville, in at her father's, Mr. j. tn. Muart'a. Miea Nora Ntileou lia re tinned to her horuu at Kast Iternatadt. Mi'w Alice Mnart iapendiui her vnca lie tell t. ai with hei father's family. HH tliat hv nnd Mian Cettie Thurtnoml w.h .mvw charge of the .Stanford public t t l tl mi., "i acnin huh tan. , .Miee .uauue ie--- ; b ,.ird accouipanietl Mr. and Mra. J. II. Hutiliiiison to l'meville, where she spend tlio uuuinier. Mr. K. S. Know lea department of tlio J., oi tbu )iML'liH-iiV X , wan the guest of J. II. Collier thia week. Miss hiiiina .Stevens la visiting her brother. I'lyssea, at Dillion'a iw.ur nr -- he ortfuiisiiuoit of a tirand Army Jotl" ,,at f, l'.t here ie one of the certain Uea of the ya "SXU1 1 , I Uiee of tcbolaatic ae. llt , romuion "uiu the law. as j kept in Iw that !aj about irle. ou An iRitl n dv, aw at I'd kill 5 ye iu brut I'd mh tfw tate of yt and lay joot huf$ waMc. Vi or. IV.ir I itutiue wvu ; oih gant ind the (livilv i C'Iapbu,. blv the mC c Zr KJ tt . ji this I will'd Kailwajrs I Lm 1 n: an averajj veiy -..ctL IKq t I'Oo . UPj A . mrd r. ,L ''(ri2 ly ailotliesbnish, which, ho have, hat. , t II.. r.,, .n'suniserln cuupuiiii. in i.. i.i. ii.inm " in inn lieen in years, ho having purchased it at Thk Mo., in lsol." We can beat corn it this. Wu have in our possession a biiull ruvcrei box, which was owned by our great- - sonted brought renting and from Knglund by that ancient worthy Mr. Peppercorn eiyuiueiting-iti- v fliiinetiino in the early part of tlio 1Mb tlear. Proth that the .Japanese aro century. Jtiaof very nntiiiiated make, amoiiK thu vtiM'st people of tho earth. .Mrs. P. How m7 nnd known to bo at least 150 yours old. As there ia no Capt. tiiove of Scotch reHucauso they Mr. P. (impressively) nown in this locality to gather up these deify a woman who gies her chin a rest. we respectfully "auld (lAititAUi). License was issued to Mr. call the attention of the managers of thu Jas. Smith, ol Lincoln, ami Miss Kliz.i Chicago World's Fair to this item. lleginniug Saturday, July 11th, tlio Anderson, of Garrard, to marry at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. turfman and cott Fitris, will inaugurate hia Hollo Austin, on the Crab Orchard pike. .Mr. Geo. Ballard sold his farm in the Bummer races at .Spring Hill Park, in of town; and, until tlio 1st JJryantsville neighborhood, containing tlio suburbs about --M0 acres, to V. J. Ballard, at $25. of .September, the ainiisenient-lovin- g M. Layton, Jr., n made public may expect every Saturday after- J. nn assignment when attached for JJ,000 noon horse races, mule races aud, mayby K. Lear. Record. be, foot races, to which all entries will bo hung up for the free. Purses will be If Pennsylvania hub been robbed of winneis in each race, nnd there will bo 20,000,000 since tho war, people will beall the attractions minus, of course, the' gin to think that money obtaiued seen at Churchill Downs. through high tariil' doesn't stick. Uefore the war Spring Hill was ono of A legacy of JW0.000 has most unexthe moijt famous tracks in Kentucky, tested bis mettle pectedly fallen to General Booth, of tho nud many a fast tlyer pro Salvation Army. It came from a woman on it. For a time at least Mr. to revive its ancient renown, and , ia Glasgow. poses Indu-pondiHicwick-wackets- ," world-renowned Ir. a W. M. Dooioa Bhowwl ua recent- - fi! A $35,000 Catholic church was dedicated at Henderson Sunday. At Coal Grove, Pa., lightning destroyed 00,000 barrels of coal oil. A cavern miles in extent has bees discovered in Morgan county, Ky. At Madison, Ind., Stokes Brown boat his boy so severely as to cause his death. A dispatch from Montana BayB the Hothchilds have bought the Anaconda and sold by copper mines for about 125,000,000. J. II HIGOINS, Stanford, Ky. SUCCESSOR to Tim LINCOLN NATIONAL Eli lirooks, an aged man living near RANK OF STAN OKD, Conneautville, Pa., waa tortured with with HOUSE, (Now closing up) same the same assets and under THE fire by robbers, compelling him to giye P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. management. the Ry provisions of its chatter, depositors are as 10. up fully protected as aie depositors in National J. H UREER. Proprietor. Hanks, its shareholders beinir held indisiduallv recently Uleen charceoi this I J. K. Kmmett, the actor, died Monliable to the extent of the amount of their stock Hotel and intend keeping it at is pretent high Unu'losifl day of pneumonia. His famous "Lulla- tundnrd. Special attention given to the traveling tVUVVl.lIIll, - - m..Ua.U.tt. therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may act as by" will keep his memory green for public. accommodations at reasonable rates. executor administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as Open day and night. Sample room and good livery aninuisiuiial many years. First-Clas- s To those who entrusted their buisiness to us in connection A change of venue to Shelby counwhile mnaging the Lincoln National Hank of Stanford, we we here tender our manv thanks au.l In connection. Alto ty was granted the defendants in the trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guir.intee for prompt attencases against the rotten banking firm of Pool and Billiard 36C tion to same, our twenty years' experience in Schwartz it Co., Louisville. banking and as liberal accommodations as are con"X'ooptm with 11 Hop. sistent with sound banking Near Parksville, Ky., as the result of a family feud, Kugeno Owens shot and This pleasant and heathful resort will directors: fatally wounded Gans Blevins. The J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; 1891, 10, J. M. Hail, Stanlord; boys are about 15 years old. J. S. Ows'ey, Stanford; when I will be piepared to accommodate hoardIt cost per pound to bring cent S J. Embry, Stanford ; ers at 56 a week, single meals 50 cents Cottages tea from Yokohoma to New York, 7,500 for rent at $loa week or Jj a rosm. Horses ktpt J. E. Lynn, Stanford ; at $3 week or 5ocents a feed. Kierylhing has A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeulle; miles, and 10 cents n pound to send tea been put in condition and Is in fine shape for 4 J. K.Oaughman, Hustonsille; health link eiijosment by express ono mile up town in that city. REUHEN FLORA. j4im J. F. Cash, Stanford; negro Kich Johnson, charged The William Gooch, Stanford. Ky. with hugging white women in Paris, waa S. H. Shanks, President, held in $1,000 bail. Nineteen women, J. B. Owsley, Cashier . W. M. Rright, Teller. victims of his embraces, identified him. J. II. Baughman, General Rook Keeper Tljo committee appointed by Cincinnati commercial bodies to report on the :g) JOUISVIttt NtwAUUlU CHICAto'RU-)Southern Railway leaao recommended a TO perpetual extension, with certain condi rGTON.KYi1 MACIC tions. (DiBCHOAG'D $ It is now said that 120 persons lost .And -M- ICKERtheir lives in the Switzerland railroad IF YOU WANT poYn'ts disaster. Three coach loads went CHOLERA CURE! through the bridge into the swollen ..And., AND A HAPPY COOK. USE river. William BarnhouBe, living near Muncie, Ind., aged 81, who was recently divorced from an aged wife, to whom he Pullman Vestibule.! Iluffet Sleepers rd PullMADE BY man lliitTet Chair Cars on all trains through to had been married 50 years, married a Chicago without change. girl 25 years old. Go tia the Monmi and get the Rest fur the least LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS money For information address In Chicago there are by actual count COMPANY, IAS. I1ARKF.R, G P. A., Chicago 0 hotels, with a total capacity for W. G. CRUSH, I). P A.. Louisville. LEXINGTON, KY. guests. The tloatiug transient population of tlio Chicago hotels fs estiIF YOU ARE GOING mated at about 05,000. Mrs. Priscilla Scroggins, of GainesyaVa0aMalFlVlaaaWHLVtx ville, Ga., is 114 years old, and has in all THE ... 1,153 descend .nts, 12children, 103 grand children, 03(1 and 402 Thousands of dollars worth of chicki LtafaV f I ssssssssssssssaaaaaLH I The agreement between the United 1 B T 1 ens are destroyed by Cholera every States and Great Britain for a closed sea IWiUI ttzisssslsslaaEsSisslisssssssssVaaaaaPaisvf year. It is more fatal to them thnn son in Ilehring Sea waa proclaimed by all other diseases combined. But tlio LOUISVIllC 4 NASHVIVAt R. R. the president Monday. It provides that discovery of a liquid remedy that the governments combine to prevent destroys tlio Microbes has been Is the line for you, ui its poaching for oue year pending arbitramade. Half of the young chickens tion. are killed by Microbesjjeforo they aro It is stated that the Kansas wheat Make clrise connections at fryers. A bottle is enough for crop this year will yield thu enormous 100 chickens. It is guaranteed. If, E. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI after using two (inanity of 5S,000,000 bushels, which is thirds of a bottle, you a mAT.TOAriT AL nmToni For all points. many millions above the average When aie not satisfied with it as a euro for THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. it is recalled that aoveral Statea aro Cholera, return it to the druggist from STANFORD, KENTUCKY, IIAGGAOE CHECKED THROUGH ahead of Kansas in the production of iui rmfclaw liarber Shop on Main .trect, whom you purchased it, and ho will For any information enquire of it would boom that the estimate P,i,e I'onmjn Hou.e, nn. invites a .hare of rour refund your money. J. A, CARPENTER, Asent. patronage. Prompt attention tooutsMe call and Stanford, Ky. Or Of 525,000,000 bushels for the total crop special attention to ladies and childrer. Work W. W. PENN, Trav. Pass Atrent, For ale by W R McRoberts, dnnririst, Star in the latest strle with neatness and illsdone of 1891 ts not extravagaut. ', Old. Junction Ct) K patCh. SMAI.I. FARM, situated near HawUns Rrxnch Eminence, July 22- -5 days. In the corporate limits o Rowland. about 3 miles from Stanford containing alout r Harrodsburg, July 284 dayB. Acres 10 acres in cultivation and all well water 86 It. J. DARST, Rowland. ed House has three rooms Possession (men dava. Columbia, August juiy Ijtn. Apply to me on the premises dayB. Danville, August KS. Ji J. MOCK 3" 3t 91. BRUCE, Campbellsburg, August 11 4 days. 11 fdaya. Nicholasville, August LIVERY, SALE MD FEES STABU, Sharpsburg, August 115 days. STANFORD, KY. Lebanon, August 184 days. I am well prepared to bore welts and will do the Maysville, August 18 5 days. SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL work in a good manner and promptly Lawrenceburg, August 184 days. travelers Horses and mules bought and sold. Only horses nnd vehicles used in livery At One Dollar a Foot. Uniontown, August 135 days. Call on or address me at Stanford, Kentucky. days. Shelbyville, August 254 I., T SMITH. Springfield, August 254 days. Lexington, August 255 days. London, August 20 3 days. I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somer days. I desire to sell mv farm ol about t.v acres, situ Bardstown, September set pike, ? miles from Stanford and am prepared .lovo ated about t miles north of Stanford on th to furnish any kind of LUM HER, SHING1 ii ,"....h .. ...., QontamlwiiU.. ,... " Hush UranchpUe, ODUotite the old h..,r Ac-LOWEST PRICnS. I will sell the lum- ' are auoui to acres in wnuat ana rye. in h.lilT7 berat the mill or deliver, to days. Paris, September suit purchasers Give i of the farm well set in timothy Good dwelling me a tru Pa.tnffice. MAVtt flfin. KV Somerset, September 8 -- 4 days. ol lour rooms and kitchen ana a spletiuia new I will deliver sawed chestnut shingles at Stanbam; is well watered and fenced. Possession can ford or Rowland at days. Henderson, September S' ai perM j he civen immediately, ror particulars, soc J. P. A II HASTIN iy days, nancy, btamord, or write the nndersigned at Elizabethtown, September E. WITHERS, Cincinnati, Ohio. S 5 days. Winchester, September Horse Cave, September 154 days. Co. Cynthiana, September 154 days. H01WEIC Glasgow, September 23 4 dayB. OF STANFORD, KV. Hartford, September 30 I dayB. Cures cuts, bruises, old sores, skin diseases, fistula, scratches hatter Is now fully organized and ready for business with corns, bunions, piles, days. Owensboro, October burns, de poison and bruises Wherever it has days. Princeton, October 7 been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. its propensit) lor removing soreness is remarkaPaducah, October 143 davs. ble. Numerous testimonials will be secured and . - - - 15,000. will appear in this space at a later date. Made Snrplus, Twenty Building Lots I. 44 44 BORI3STG first-cla- ss n.., 15 - Farm For Salt). Bastin's Saw Mill. 15 IA i 84 84 -- EWl' SM, Farmers Bank& Trust 05 1 MYERS HOUSE, he well-know- n o6-t- yr SHELT0N f ITnssft1rv i First-clas- s Sample Room Parlors. AiL'S WJKJLJL. OPEN JUNE 1 E&awiHvJ KSVMiaaainiHaavaB CREAM & NgtfjDSHE w GOOD .BREAD CREAM FLOUR WEST G ANTER' s NGII3TH W3r.QTo 135,-00- ISTORTH WEST, ffllSlSWltlEssfeWM 11 n kssB I jxwi-t'ue- bj Double Daily Trains 50-ce- nt H. FARMER, 9 - I. s3-6- ! horse-traine- r, stock-trade- r, pool-selliu- g telbscope'revdaltars-s- o Hrmll Allen and Livingston, of whoso church it would icpure SO.OOO of them to sdiewusu member, and then the cruel bk! k Vlalbl to tho i'e' earth shut from view the doting patent' household idol. The area and capacity of the Hotel The Richmond Register in noticing (lol Coronado, of San Diego, tho largest tho death of Kid. Johii.lt. White, which hotel ;u tue worll.( ae . Viea of ,r0lIlHl( occurred last weeh. iu,ojie, says iiwifl) ac.rea. urea coverea 0v building, o older eituena of Madisou will all kindly total floor area, U "acres ; caiuci- remember Elder White, although he te ty of reservoirs, lo0,000 g.illons ; area of moved from tho county more thau a dining room, 10,000 square feet. nniirter of a century ago. He was not Theru is a laundryman in, Paris who an educated man, but ho was thoroughly devoted to Christ, andjhis whole life was lusdUcauled all soap, sodas nud bleachHo spent in His came. Iu his homely way ing powders in his establishment. by which lain- - meiely uses plenty of water and boiled he wab au instrument dreds of people were turned from the potatoes, and can cleanse, without em errors in their path Ho was a great, ' ploying any alkali, tho most boiled liu student of tho Bible, aud there aro few ens, cottons or woolens. men living who coulu quote more pas The Y. M. C. A.'s of the country now sages from that sacred book. Ho was always modest in his demeanor and never own property worth 512,200,000. One sought tho applause of tho world, but thousand aud S3 persous are engaged only the approval of his conscience and as paid otticials, and there are 223,000 his God. May he, as he stands face to members. face with tha& Being who shall our several dooms, receive the Gov. Pattisou, of Pennsylvania, has welcome plaudit, "Well douo thou good vetoed the compulsory education bill. aud faithful Bervant." flIs IlfVlliW-- BELMOHT CHIEF 8689. Registered as Rob Link Sirod l.y th great Uclmnnt 64, sire of Nutwood Arthur a u4, Wedgewood a 19 and 36 a tSK, in a 30 list and sire of 2$ dKHghtur. the tlaius of .11 a jo list. in I rial a jifcj. frt STJMAO. Standard Rule 6 ' Sired liy Sultan 1513. Record 2 14. Am lUltt frTlnlnail hv Hnfltrnetor l'l? Sire of Stamboul 3 it. I'M. Contractor was sired bs Sweetheart 2 aaVS and 35.Rulva 10K. Alc.ner 210M Mru of Dr West in 2.10 list and crandsire M.iv. lull brellir loOrnnire Girl ax). by llamble- 10 Ionian 10 Cob tractor's dara I.Jih" Oo""' " - of 8 in adam list. Lady Ounton by George Wilkes J19, Firt full brother to oiunGreen's Harablettnian record an, sire Harry Wilkes 3 13H, Guy Wilkes teer and Sentinel. AJax stresl 7 iu a 30 list. a sHi W.lson 3 10, So So 3 i7'f and 69 in 2 30 list. Second dam J osie, record 3 joV, by Nlht Hawk Second dam full sisltr to I). Monroe AK, by 514, sire of RedCross 1 6), Minnie Warren 3 aTjf a ibVA, Kitty and the dams of Ed Annan 3 i6'4, bcutry a 35, Monro Jim Monroe js, sire of Lady18' , and 14 a list. 30 , Tecumseh 2 ti Ac 2 j6 Rates a iy, Monroe Chif a Monroe by Alexanders Abdalluh 15 Jim I hird dam by Vermont Hero 141, sire of Lady M 3 30 and Gen. Knox, sire of Lady Maud 3 5,'i. Calmors 3 and 17 in 3 30 list. Third dam by Du tail's Mambtuio, son of Whip. Pritatc stallion DELMONT CIIIEI is a nth bay in color, was foaled iniS$5; he stands full 16 hands hijh and showing preat power. He has muscular is stnctlv a fine hore, smooth turned cf extra flmalii sliu development, ',; flf f Vilsi - tilt lAfl !n fa ml- - fifl . i1a .Um nn,l niril in. -" '" in.liuiiliiol muni .in excellent set 01ftlegs, mi. i.i ill -kreiiiii w.in "' nipn iirmiinkr . .. r..n. ..n rAnnn .. jrc luiiiih j- -i .. r.it iiuuiuni ish owned by E. W Cribbs, Decatui, -t olds and also show great natural speed. He had a willcar-olof IfcOj first 330 tu the breeder pa $5 Mich that went trials better than 3 30 last ear. I nerformer of his et since he has been owned by me TV' CHIEF will make the season of 1891 at my place near McKinney at I1ELMON1' ' ij, tta 111 ii ",-- -- si .".'"" 3- d -- pro-iiouu- S50 to Insure or S30 the Season, with Return Privilege. Marcs kept on goad gress at St per month; owners' risk. ' J. P. CROW, Proprietor. m-a- lsslflaMPN 4lsmW3s&uBmM Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal W. F. WALTON. Stanford. Ky., A Junk GUSH IS TJ1E 19 1SU1 PGIG IrHfER fig rtlve or THE I r F. 1 RILEY B. cJ I HOUSE, Kontucky. btttr tTic .1 HILEY, Proprlotor, " I tjknow Mviesf London, m Wtf Marriage in the Virginia Mountains, and Other Items. : THAT '. n he 'II uifi'tli ift I. iri ill i' jnilfij llft m I 1 .1 . ' i .1.. ntw Hotel and am jo nmMin 'it th contenti-m- e de- - (To the Editor Interior Journal.) Cu.VTwoon, Va , June 15. Perhaps n few items, from this the southeast corner of the Old Dominion, would intercM your many rentiers. We have here rough mountainous region, over wh'ch nature has spread the. tine- -t virgin forest, and tilled the rugged hills with an tin told mineral wealth. In this region vi find some who are cultured and refined, and some of the famous men of this am other days have got their inspiration ami o,uaIification midst the impressive grand eurof these wonderful scenes of nature While this is true of some, others an living in something of the antedeluviai simplicity, and untouched with eithei procress, civilization or ambition, simplj live and then die. We find in our tr.tv els large families of 12 or more children eooking, eating and sleeping, all in om small room. Farming is done indifler " ently, and the yield is small. ( To give you some idea of the natim of some of the inhabitants, I will de scribe a wedding which was recently sol emnized in the clerk's office The groon was 20 years of age, and from appear ancit was not of sound mind, while tin bride was near 40, with front teeth miss ing. and her age showing plainly. I in nginu two Mich persons dressed in tin ancient style with no regard paid eithei to fashion or fit, and both riding on out horse, and you have an idea as to how the couple appeared. After the neces sary "papers" were arranged and tin ceremony spoken by the had madt them one, the groom heaving a sigh ol evident relief, said: "W-e-I'm glad it is over, it has been on hands a long time. It just 'peared to me that 1 couldn't live without a woman no how." And of course an audible smile wen: round the room from the watching crowd. Such is here, but railroads an building, capital is entering and grasp ing for the timber and mineral wealth ol this region, and the bright euu of pros perity is just peeping over our financial mountain tops; and his cheering raj are full of light and hope. All this sec tion needs is to have its resources vigorously and intelligently set before tl e world, and then soon this will bo one ol the wealthy and prosperous sections ol the globe. When the awakening shall come will the inhabitants be botte.' or worse? Now hospitality reigns supreme, ami morality is better than one would expect. But we are hoping to the'glo-riosun of righteousness arise to of the heavens, and semi the pure light of the gospel over these hills, dis pel all darkness, error and gloom, and as progress anil wealth shall come, may we be guided from this world of cure to the realms of light. With best wishes for your success and prosperity, I am very respectfully yours, Bknj. C. Hokto.v. cl-- rk to-da- y MOVES You will THE WORLD. never know its value until you visit People stand and look and buy- - (fori IKANK HILLY. COOK'S 3PHX3NTGS it ' . 1. '1 1 im of hi ( ri ) I iiln !ftt 11 ill. .mi ml r I Jones' Cash Bargain Store to (1 .tlirl I t III r .1 r. Hi,-i mi 11111I h. ilthli SuTitiifr dati n w.it t Cumuli l .until it . the spr. v (fir rii nt in . m ,' ilitf ik.l e aiiiiiamittli mil hr lancing, hi iting, h.li 11 Ki. . T"'l r 'I. Cam i I he ilt n tit r il Mw.'n it 1" I til. t Mr tit l.i it Ti. in it., it I'lki . ' ! A .1 I I. Hit ii. if l"iJ Mix it e hi j n ' I .' i r I't. 'up'.'... m K ttritikt( 11 s i , . ill) 1 11 111 It. ll I r I l't r , "Mint ' r Ai OLD KY. ROUTE Nf . t' IfflOff. f0i, n't m II I Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, tail and S il.. S'.. A Mi - .sli ..( I.. 1.1 c I I-- I fill ft Id Id Wonder and Amazement. It sterns to many more like a dream than the blessed reality it is. What we want is room. The cd aa " lllr id ( in. h.l r All point, at of a rail isrtaue, and ei.tvtard to M 0.1 to I Dtil paid (11 IS bi'ine4 he m one muht out I.e.ing' Corrected lime Card in I Heit Ma) ft, tl,i Hnl utSt.it n Special Sacrifice Sale -- ' . . .I . at Dm (Monday of Iluiilinztdn at Atoijimudaliua, dally, 11 apt Sadar, -! Ifvi annual I.eainelon at ., Mt pm, w in- 1 r mt in. imj. j 4, arming at oliva Hill at main .c. .tmnioaation, dwlljr ocapt Saaoav. Itun I vinton at 11 Ml isia wlmhealar Hut pn , ar n rxcmpl siriltit , pm Itatly Olit Vfthlard 4 am, Caikntftba arrltr It ut ... 91. tweuti lur pm, r Direct 1 Aral IllHIIlll. l.eiiictnn dai'v at ,( t. Ml Merlins w,dllr III!! ym. Catltll.burj 11 at, atrUina Afthlaml u n v an riuntinaion JOllHt rathfitr mi I Mall leave 11 imltcil Kiprvaa mi h.tfr j ilMi ! httitl i 10 11 Calif lUbtirf l.iil(tn .lailj at 'II 1, j... trli iu1 ij, Olttf .,i trim4 htr t 1 lr.. 1 1 la it.' I , ft I ' OF- "u " in.M 11 , j am. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, plus stock. SHOES, CLOTHING, &C Itp 1'fi. . 1 i Mail j- I ulrttaluirf 6 -, at it tntniiilrd 1 Uavti Huntlna;lo Winchaalar 1 t'ilii. , Aahiaaal 11 ! j' Now going on at the Cash Bargain Store, opposite the Portman House, is the result ol a large accumulation of surJJ- . t , w.nf k Ai oniinadatlaw, daily I ail. Itn'iurg ,, Ml "ItlllBJ I Mngt n al ft t'ftprvia laavrft Hun'lngitiai diN at ., O.itr ij, V.hland 4 t, J an. j an 1 pm f.$ Oltra aniw aad H1I1 -- dally a) . lo. Mi !.. urn tinhftt4 I'i'l !. niuai 1 ail iunir nu 1 apt Suntla) wm 'tm. 'n,,. ! 1 The intention of the House is to lit II ;.i fat ir. x Slaughter about $8,000's Worth of Goods Glance over this list and note the changes: Best Indigo Blue Calico 5c nl .i'i C'"I h..f I4Ii.' a 1 hi'li j .. Hi 2.50, Rn. cftfrrra frt) lurn- - i. intbratad Ir I.aaingl.m, K..1 I'.nnl Coaif. rt A o n .Gallon daily Uavat lluatniji. 1. it m, ( aiitltthurg ' - Aibland j 10 an J aiur ol ir li j pm. Fa apt Ha4ay lcar ImlnMM l 111. i n ' '"''I " ' i"i'" ' P I t't.iiol Vtil.u!rd F.aprtaft runadail) xi I'ii. in. an otibulad Rudct Nkaapar twlnr n I " (. . f . W aahingimi, Saw Thlft Iraia It Miadr at' 1 Si... I t I". V. V. III C. Jk per yard Our line of ladies' plete. ready-mad- e Underwear is now com- lll Mail raiaa run dally rii.apt Sunda twn t.aftiagiou tad Huniiaaten. Mm .lnr I ' t J.t of tlunlilt(ton on al Jlm.lr -- Victoria Lawn Challi Black Lawn 4c per yard t 1. in 1 ftal. y or . Irnlit ....jC pcr yard Shoes for every one; Men's Fine Shoes from Si up; Ladies' do. from 75c up. and Toe Slippers. Call to see our line of Oxfords .. 'ui K with C A l . u oflrritmn Imd anh .. . K , al WibiLcMrr attlh K ( K arrtri and) hottad, aad at tunnel .11 I. A V . I. 8 tadC , N. IV 1. P. K.l.i . I oingtua and Ollot Hill Aronailat n pt utdty, CftMiaadft at iacbtnrl t Ir. m K. C poiaia and al Lrtingla. with iilh 1 llurtlia(tn K I i l. N . K . I .1 5c up to 15c per yard All the very best Dress Ginghams. go now for yard Bleached Cotton 5c per yard t r r K r 1 Sc ti.n I! I .inion and . rx.tpl . I oulttillc ' , 11 t; .. (.xllle ' 1 it Vtiocncaici i.i aod Ifoaa Mid I K.ihwotMl, aud al Laalaalan n' Ml Slarliag Accmt' la'i t.aday, and Mat ilirrri I -- Heavy Brown Cotton Checked Cotton, for Shirts only Apron Chk. Ginghams Surah Silks, all shades to 5c pcr yard 5c 5 Men's Black Sattcen Shirts 50c. and boys at less than cost. Sample Tics for men ffTIOH H1T1S mf rmalioa in rvarard la to 11.. 1 V .i, 1 ... . rti. I(r IK I 1 t r II' 1 IM. Ui I . l v I b- -u us pcr yard h pic pcr yard 5 only 40c per yard, Ask for a box of Writing Paper, 10c only. Blacking 5c per box. just half the regular price. 20 pounds of Granulated Sugar for Si; Arbuckle's Coffee at 25c. VI ' , , v t, K Kv ! 1 The cheapest line of White Goods you ever saw, to iSc ' , ucor. potmd BPcrot mulat- ophos- - Bring Your Eggs, Feathers and Genseng Along; the highest market price we pay. -- ' klr hvvT 94iffiffiSSmiio 7 t MILE6 Mtttffi'MV&l Allti u Cod s The product of gold in the United States the last 1G years has aggregated the enormous amount of $572,1)00,000. There are more divorces granted annually in the United States than in all the rt st of the Christian world put together. It now appears that the Georgia watermelon crop, at an average yield, will be about cars, with the possibility that a good season may swell it to 10,-30- both used EHraEBri !7:iwiBf2 '.VMiiAMiq lui ll M.i. m 1 1. frjrui. I Htjl tra I LK. This line is complete and as- - WE We will cut deetp. J wvr.vvVtf taMm S" mimnN4 mf' -- 01TERX.0 ADHD Bring this ad. along with you and sec if we arc not in Ib.N.Y. t - ..in . 1- ,- ii ii. 11,1., (or 1 'f , II II Hi Tl ... 'ii iMi.ul, liiJianj Iu ami ll. Canada, ii..t I', tt.ii. titny. h LlattUnd. New Kng. 'i.: ett. New Vorlv, x ol.,ii..n, ,i 12,000. It is rumored in London that Lord Brooke has filed suit for divorce against his wife, charging her with adultery with the Prince of Wales, whose attachment for I.ady Brooke has long been well known. The negroes of Pulaski are in open 'rebellion with the republicans all along the line, from John S. May, for representative, to Judge Wood, for Governor. Thev held a s.iriir.inu ami resolved to cut loose from the republi-cans unless they were accorded better mass-meetin- You can save just 25 per cent, by buying here. All we ask is to look at other Houses and come here and then see what you can do. A line of light Suits for men will go now for $6; have been selling same for Sio. Everything in the house will go in this sale. STRAW GOODS from 5c up to 50c; this line will go at once, Do not mistake the place follow the crowd to J J Km M Norti III kf i tit (toHarr.! Ki Imund, MKi.lMA Ita'tin .if. t ranWl ir, Shori-.t liostoii. I'll it irt . ' Is, TjJi' c as we never carry these goods from one season to another. U.il V car," lnioklnaf lid f?l . coi nr Pullman fl u.l it lrMiff tht ..1 ot.t ihaiiire ta Chilian Otfa nirniinalun., Mrr 1.. n making dim I c onnc. 11 nt i'n toulc I t K tillc, A.htftillr, LyiKhl urn ad piHnia 111 the nt Iron 9 SaHfataiatt earnest. (CAIR'IDLKAl, At i , (l J 4 ., 'The Cash Bargain Store, opposite the Portman House. ' " ft P c 1 i treatment JOE S. JONES. ' fd ' " 1. 1 1 t ' , p P P 10 Hrunikiik, Lake Cn DA pmnu n, ChttJim. i. rjrir.i i n, a fur Atlanta, Col.imhut, igu-ia, . -- a, 1 hotuamlU ami .ftfaton, .kft 1 1. irv. i(l . 1 p ro ' ' SB 7 i in j, - ,. The only line running; nlid train wit'i h 1 Pullman I.u.l.iir r 1'alaia lcp.uig C'ar ! ' . ton wile wiihuiit iluiir lor an) 1U0 ol ,,r- gara nr haKilttf Seliaa and M. ntifoitir , Httnt.villr, ir. it r, riorctua, Memphi. and KkANSA'i pun t I Vnnialun, S n i, J Shoftit and n .n..- l bile Wn.rl iiiir. in lift made ai NKW 'K LKANs witl.o 11 unim' u trnftfer for ! nt it j HountoD, Autiiii, 1 - R I .:...:; ltX0t , The only thioi-a.Miaa . Shrrti-r- t uilhiMit oinliil. texas. Mexico and California. , li.ie t l.i 1 I a , m iLing ilirc t tr.ili.fi r r 1 illan r rt Austin, san Autuniu, 1.1 l'aui and puii.iMi, 111 L.nn.n.l . ti l ,tt, . 1 i! ift rih ot a pn.Vicrnn'ronnectoltX;;,'hV,nd",n;r;ra,r,2,i H '"ZZ TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. rtirtvmrttiwin lfiifSI 1 ,,,,--J thom about with me. Why should IV" with I.ellerue wid consequently with Kor thimijh nln turre. t coiinl) p. ip. sd j Lve l.antaier staiif.i ' ,n.l the inl.rmatnu call on A,; rut it Jim 1,, ( ,,v 750 "Hut you'll get them send thorn Mte djneent moripiu. to chances of tho Arr Kichmrml 10 13 a am y.4!i IG,500 I uillal MtXNK, V UnOIIfV, or addreat I .iril, ffraveot and most liiiurious ehanros. lln k brirtfr them, porhups; nnd ut onuu?" r. at ia' llav l'at Al I eftii jt.in Kv ia 4 p mi 6 oj a m .it J 'i e ii (iernld bit his lip. "Not lony ago," "Good heaven," thought the young' ' I) 1. H. WARDS D. Mil I.LR. 40 j w 6 $5 a m ' r nlfj-h' rn!--! Mrd Ml lrafh. Matir . Cr. Or after a stealthj' ' Arr lan t, A r , the fait ho baid, "3'ou thought it would Imj a physician, one IJ P 74ja m Attention of th public i invited to Stanford Cinir.rati, O conference that IumI teemetl for him Lvei.cxiutoa w i m; to that this it the only National llank in desecration, a blabphemy, to destroy , 7 11 Under tne provitiona oi mt P !"' u with humiliatiHT rebuff. "I feel like - '' i 13 p y them." c 3ci depositor are secureu noi oniy 4 9 .3 ' ralmoulh some rompromiHCMl person in a howory ' Arr Covington. 5 10 p m, 10 4y a m 37 p hi butbv the .tockholder' liability lor aii p m I tliiuk thlu no longp rn am itook. 40 "I did yes. Jiut o amount equal to the stock, bv athat ojHiiitora of Aim! thi comes of not Arr Cincinnati 3 50 1' mio55 a w 6 4$ p m melodrama. er. Iwant tho whole testimony of our fund of SftOO.oo nre lecurcd .i.:. ............ mi. sworn aiaieincnis ai ... On llranch, i.i.... . ,i, ,, i.10. parent's foolish endeavor swopt into keeping tho whejls of one's oxihtence 7 55, atheMaytville u, at No p leaves I'.irli at Five in the United t 15, in, aiririaj; at well within the ruts of the onlinaryl alaytftille and No. arc made each year toare examined Sutet governnothingnebb." at Mated timet a m, sad 831, y m. No. v at 10 10, rnentand itstusets THE GREAT It. MEOY FOll "You eall it a foolish endeavor!" broko Ah, imagination, what traps you can leaTes .Mayvillc at 5 20 a m, arriving at I'aris al by Bovernment agent, thus securing- .nldmtonal '. denoiltors leaves M.iytville at 130 and Dread 740, am No set for the unwary Kcivntlat!" j r cfiTlv inoriL'tnally - from Gerald as ho in turn rofce. "You're mvaua .athe wmfmmmsmrpMf etablihed in. These trams are Th.. infttitution, Stanford In 1858 then a .r,nn ho arrives at I'aris at 4 10, . daily except Sunday. wrong in thut absolutely wrong!" Ho iiiff the ridicule of hi Dank of Deoosit ana'Lai nLnJ! antllw'mf Blaaa No 1, dally to all points except Itoulaatl Divisthe National Hank ol Stanford in iftfej Iana an- - refrainetl fnim breathing a syllable spoke with heat, tliouifh not yet in lied as 4.. nt National ....ii w. SALT ... as inc daily rxcepl Sunday alKiut the elixir. There were times ion, which it dally Irom I.oxiHfion to Cincinnati. RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS. BURNS, trer, Ulll" ..f.ri.antfMi had Kir.t d No practicaUy an run. in iSr. has N'o. 1 runs daily year. It it better supplied ; SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. of lt uns in "nfcf8 however, that Sylvan when he doubted absolutely that it had exiitenco No s rum daily fttati mi except the :.!.... ...mi.. irfrjiictinirbuiinewiirjintit .. replied: "Come, now, Uerald. do as 1 or- - revitalised her whom Gerald now so Koftvland Ilivisloli, from rII iUiIj eacapt Sunday which is before in it. long and rt CEH ' & liberally than ever y- adored. Apt in he would keenly regret corporations, No dor. Oet . daily eaccjit Sunday. iwpers rL..i.lf. career Accounts of respectfully sohc- . Kntl llireo twoont dtamt, a f..,. r No botwooa ..n.i. .iK'iore you tluo lime 10 immediatel- 1r the accident which had caused him to No 4) daily aad CiMCinaati an. I iiin.'tmi copy mem, firmsand individual, unve ""t"" bos and ben U. Paris l.eilntui AccomiiiniiauonI, ,.. wv mean. If you have them not with you, overturn that llask of the,1 lluid, and I.' I 4t n rWMb. t (.Him. IA r. . A.1 .,, 1.1, . llank is composed ot , UThe Directory of this .,vn.b. vow 10 iimison inui ill" wuii.il rnjoii uor iu 45.1 procure them." r tfrnirr of Stanford: No i Falmouth Accommodation, Cn "This is nlaiu spenkin,:, upon my row his young friend's formula andKorestus Reid, Lincoln .county, Arrixes Falmouth toum ( ShJ.W. lUyden, Stanford; turn nlchcmLu with sturdy wal. .Mean- f.xcept 10 ti in Sunday. word, Sylvan." 4s. II. Ilauzhman, Lincoln; No 7 I.iMes Falmouth 6110a in Arrives "I mean it to ho. The manuscript is wlille he prreatly regretted the nb.senco J. Miller, Mt Vernou; 7 55 a in dally exrept Si.ndav ' 1 M. S. T Harris Lincoln: of Thorndyke. and at last wrote him Nn. and 6maKt) lions at Vi net. ester far ABSOLUTELY PURE, J. S Hocker Stanford; V N. A the . 4r..i. , ' amnned Gor- - another letter, far more copious than points .oncarriesN.throughM cars Ky, r, I) it to G. A Lackey, Lincoln. t iu N'. from Cincinnati T P. Hill, Stanford, the first, in which he described (icrald Middleshoroush and Cumberland Gap and all to FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH, J ahl. SUnford. W. as bent upon a perilous and reckless ttationi ni.d runs daily "I "t time." AND NURSERY PURPOSES. W.P.Tate, Stanford. MUNhON.Trav Pats Agt , Cincinnati. Having removed my Ilarber Shop to the Com "lufillUiw.1 If I c!.LC tJ Collnilii. r union with a woman whose brain nod V. U u KNorr, OFFICERS: c. p atjioke, s MT) ATTi OA ni rrciai uoiei, am propaii'U to ac. ommmUte In XJXJX'ULU tU., 1lUCagO, lllj It in that HirM. You said nothing about body were both disordered and w.io Iraflic Manajpr, Grn Pm A- -t dUsasftvcIlas gontlemcn in anthuiK they may llockef. Preftidcnt; Cashier; Gpnoal'-ifticJ" I.oulstille, K with iu my line. Children also waited on tall ' rar ' ou miffht brir ? nnon h rclt and i.or suitor .liner vu th" envelope. John J , McKOOeru, S. V. U. MORbl., Oca Agi.. "utue. JESSE THOMPSON. j calamlt A. A. KT.Cinncv. Assistant Cashier fFor sale by A R. Penny and M, L Ikurne, lmp!y piac d it in my hands, and " a.n t rso than death Office Chamber ol Commerce l!mh!in;;1Cmcin-aSuufcrd Capital Stock Surplus 5200,000 I will dclUer Lima at as i Calitia Huihai id C i In Ijii-cal- ir Li-bttBfu- : I neuhh-rhia- j ,r t, "r , "ifi'-hesie- r 1 I j- - , j J- aj45pm R i . . I'Of-rilOL- D -- 11 C ...-.,- ., j 1 lajj! unmter-rtlpte- 1 hdu-pn- c. "' ... v f ,,. TAR01D SOAP !., 1 .. 1 I .1 A m. A . . . . -- 1.1 l.jf .I,-:- . ti C n-ti- rtx d 11 'vi5J 3C--A- 1 ! 1 Ihwi tit ti 93-- yr InCommcrcial Hotel. laai'. MaafTh., .'r : , X- - -- It'ii,, .ah ah' JMw -J- aa,-u-..Vla