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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891062301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi W EEKL Y Interior Journal. VOL. XIX. ORABntlCHARD. -- V STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JUNE 23. 1891. tor I NO. 32 i.otoYv. lilvrkiim' mabine will, by way of height ning the intcn-n- t of tin laccK, take and tmin ea l hotx-p- , tiottfti" nnd liven on his own MT. SALEM. HUSTOHVILLE. .11 UIIIWIHI.. ..tl Lverybody should loins to tm 01 jKtohir ...... Vfl thn fHr. Wniilil LflalllmlTfiv Ifin And picnic litre tomorrow, mw v. ..iv ii w. wS. Bastard, foli ii Voting Brown. of vfl bought thU TL following Is from n republican im- Nunc - partes in I'ltWwhi U spring WtmU per published nt U'mhington, the Xn- r "l6i tlonslTiibnni': cents. I jr vt.n-th puifl ljutit 10 head of ewttli ut 2 cts. Hun t W9 predicted. th constitution Hamuli bought a bnnch of wethers nt Q K .'lit tick y it baring a rough expo- rience boforo tho tieople, and It will -- Misa Molliu Warn.it returned Sun-- prolmbly be defeated. The usual blmi-du- y from Williamsburg, where hho bus ,,v,r Vt.s timiio in an aggravated form by tj,e convention winch formulated it. been attending collegf. Miaa Ixittb-Dil- ' lion i visiting bur bister, Airs. W. Instead of (onfliiiiti: themselves to at Jiiiiction City. John ping oil fwilurrs which had Income of HurrwUlinrt;, .tpeiit Sunday soiy,,:;.! olntrintive.itndsupplylng tho fow which were demanded with the home folk, by tho I be remain!) of Jauaes AI. Hnrris, Phaneed political condition, tlio 'i died of consumption at WHmore, ers of tlm eonvention have worked brought -- we to the new organic law n mass of county, I n lay, and interred nt Kplietud cuniviv nested anl empirical stufl, which, there ard. Air. llama was a broUiur of Airs. it grave reason to fear, may be obstrucMorgan (Jlmpjwll ami Mr. John II. Har-ri- tive to the development of the Statu, of tbw placo, anil was born and lirery member of tlie convention warn-or. ui.-.- hro. He was about W yeats old to )ierinanentlr ufjrsUlise in the con A wife and ut the time of hia death. stitution some special fad of bin own, children survive him. sett-i(Which uould remain a permanent mou-- j That nandbome fellow, Win. A. uinent to hia statesmanship. The Ins- I'.ro .k. one of the "Angels of Corn- - son that rouatitutton-iuaaer- s seoui to men.." as Andrew Ifccker calk In! noI It linpoaaible to loarn U thattheleits dt mi. mer, came in from Stanford Ii-- j of tb cowitHution there ia the better. ' dn. winding luxuriantly. Oh! that it in flet, we incline to the s u. t Willie, we are on to vour litilv vaUj b public advautaRe if oveiy were K i .... and knnw txactly wb? you like to ntate caatltntkn in the eouotrr k well ou your rouwue. .bol Mied .and the whole reenonaibititv We don't blame yoo : pretiy tit la nrw of Uorernment thrown upon the LegiI. .u.! t find, tioooaud do tbyaelf ao slature. Jt la preponterona to Mann !. urt we'll be mum! that the men aaaembled in constitutional Went Kinr.a colored blood of etjolv-'.(.convention muat he neceaaarily wiaer r.pulation, and another neiiro and pnrer than those elected to the Ki.e cot into a fracas at Mmndy Waiuret, ii.. a. Hurt the former in net bain .via - a aluidar niftit, an-- i race eiuc p,., an, cluck t,,e tallw formn injittatl. , irlow nolle into Kliiia iecK, man- - te of years, ami in dealinc with mat-uwij and painful wound, from which Wn ant conditions wldch no man can the re. oknmi apouieo neciy. iwing poasibly lorewe. Many of the ablest . ..hi, m that be was held by ftnr, poUUeal writers tielieve that all written . U.. . ..! ...1..W. tl . .., m .. .u ,nututiona are iletrimenta to true nn-ii.i imn Or. I'ettut procresa, and they insunca the nuwtit .m. did the bloody aork. the wound. No arreata. ten British constitution, which can be ihe C. O. publk ethool, numbering constantly and easily liberalised aa the :.' I'lipila, will be uuuht Lhia year by apirit and knowledge of the people de J. W.Suiitb; Green Hill (Holmes), velop. n with .".: pnpila, aecurea a teacbea in Miss gronndti. Vina llurdott's tcol'd house bwrnod a few nights since while ulie was attend- ' -- IBLI IJ lUfi pifVYI IHlil'Mllkt i --- -- . H.-ni- w-e- k ii- i 1 'r The turnptKe liridse Rubbers, Jelly Glasses, brunch of Iins IJek ia now in a danger- ous condition. Other bridge also are Brass and I'orcelain Kettle-.- . Midd to be in a ImmI rlx. The attention of tbofce iepoii3ible for keeping the rond in repair Is milled to these fact", a acei- U'lite :uL'lit cnuae uiiirh cost and litiga PSH tion. Air. Thoq. .Quenr?, of Indian Creek, who taKes very tender care of his duck- I.A1K Hnir, beaiini; a noiid auioii them the t ntlittr alt ttiaiBl fikitiili dio till RENOVATED AND ""'"ot them swallowe.1 iV i 2aa1 the ftfeet one but .. u.. ii u u..i. i. t 2.5 .wmt. ..wu. uium.ii; I..1-- , i., uV .. i. ...:f.. Mr. I...,,. II c Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-- I louse, " IroR awhile, he succeeded n are amongst the oldest residents of Har-- ' hia duck. LOUISVILLE, KY. -; "- -"" -- Airs. Alary W. Jasporia now spend- - "W. R. L.OCAN, ' ... hu Iiik n few nays at her old home. A. Y. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. eat hud. Dr. A. .S. Price, tivei of the , caitna Texas a second mradiso, but,.0 irilnltur ti'ii ctmiiMuH tv !.,.-- , """"' 'nils' , somehow or other we can't soo much ,. uere en nuav. c u. 7. urvu was uome avoirdupois. Iv. . improvement in her fclie . .,. , ,. Li i ... 'rou ... NUuidav and tsun- . ... . inirnui nui irini mr jinuuc iruwvi ni day. Uberty this year and if no Providential Air. Wm. P. Swope. couutv clork of frlL,T7Tl Av ufc!ljJi VT hindrance will open July 0th. aweet (J wen, aud wile, ne .Miss Hoea f l ia.iy year. aKo me unaiyoe-- e Iiryef , vWlij,g Wwt End roiative8. L Sprin- - at this place waa a considerable Ug Wd ha8 nbHnJoned Staaford and for the toummtera at certain UmM tokeD Has the largest and reaoit ofnJb fatiera exKnhive d anu ii waa supp'neu eeventi wonieiiui apiary. Ilia time between snniise and ferMOST COMPLETE STOCK cures were enVt ted by iW flue medicinal dark is occupied .herding the many rjiarJ3ZirTi.r -qualities. But the shade trees around it swarms. John Kills is here on a day or , P.flfiX 01 x. disappeared, the waters became waim two's furlough. Mrs. t I VeV . George Drjc, of and it wna entirely neglected. Irately Kansas, is here. Airs. Drye is a daugh. .o.- M Mr. Af s. Join haa taken it in handc, f ;k ' ter of Dr. Wesley, of Middlebur;:. cver.-how-n in Stanford at prices removed part of the bluff, dug a new baThings never ajust theimelvea to " as low as the lowest. KZK&sin, built a , house over it and otherwise the satisfaction' of farmers. Too much improved the urroundiui?3. Who knows wet in the State, Remember th.it I have one of the best watch-maker- s when plowing for spring croi loo it may agiu be a resort for the dA. but what who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to a lieu ready to pitch the corn crop, invalids 7 ai'd continuously dry till tho grauger' send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old There wan a urand meeting of old was disheartened by failure of and gold and .silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-te- d Ureen' at this place, bay crops; now the showers oals folks at Air. I. interfuitv Friday for dinner, mostly Mr. U.'a kinsA. R. PENNY. and I guarantee satisfaction. with harvesting. It was ever tlius. It' folk. They were Sam Logan, now of ; ia the general verdict that the wheat i& J. X.MENT.FF.E A. C SINK linols, but onee one of old Lincoln's boys uuufiiHlly good, and the only solicitude and a Worthy representative of one of i about its safety till stacked. her famous families; his age now is HI; Hugh Losati. ufd bo; Ben Ulvuns, 81; MATHIMONIAU MATTERS. Dkali.X( With a J( bv. A diatimruibh- - Alatt. AlcKinney. wl, and Wm. Lewi?. Nir'ie White; W. J. Mmiaton gtfl The be.-- t selected stock and lowe&t prices in Central Kentucky! once addreaaeU the prisoner as t5. They were all tine specimens of Un Daniel L. Aloore, of llarrodsburi:, l.pli.KOi, which leporti 7l; Mrs. Alice W ri.ii.i.s make her callina and election foliowa : Priaoner at. the bnr, your conn- - Willi's best fann'.iet and the sad reflection nd Aliss Alinnie, daujrbtor of Dudley AI. SASSI, Mir.-a- t Walnut Flat, where there's a ! think you innocent ; thu connael fir comes to the writer, himsalf not a spring IH. ' Woodford, will wed at the Ver- AT Si, llea Christian church, Juno 30th.! new mhool house and &I interesting Hie proaetutiou think you innocent ; I chicken, that j ust such men as they woie SSSZ1KGX.SS, l.i.dren and Kliiai. Baslin baa the think you innocent. lint a jury of your in their palmy das and tho material of There will Imj 10 brideomaids and 10 Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. in the exenieew of aucb which they are made are becoming groomsmen and ushers. . i ikIi" on the Adams district of 44 lads countrymen, common aenaa na they posses;, which sparse. Ubble Petian, whose sweet face WOV-ffiaNand Uh of Bcholastio ajw. U'",h. hVU on,, and sweet voice will always be reinem- nf u (irlld Aran-T- hH nnmniuitinu We carry a full stock of cvervthing found in a DEATHS" DOINGS. I bered by music lovers in Stanford, wi.l id one of the cenaiuUea of the iOM "eMMy." and it remniiw that -t here FXRST-CX.iS.S- S of Mias Fannie l'l.intt.tister of Mrs. J. be married in Louisville at Muaara. (ieorira II. Patten 8,,M I "I"" .von tu ...Mir f,itiir. Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract .iii.ll.mHeili.i Haiav. who nr., tb., nm. U,e ,dw- - Tbnt WBlwncu B that you bo 1'. Jones, of thi. p. ate, died before she high noun to Dr. Gregor, of L'tah, and .,..-.........V.....T-..She had beon ill a leave at onco via the K.iat for their future. or building. reached her beUii or "" T " SINE & MEN'EEEE. Stanford, Ky. moieni of tho echeme, have already s- n luai uar wnt- - resieniaj, you may so long time of peritnoitis, for which four home in the far Wen. .Miss I'egnn is .iire.l 11 members, and thld week tber will .loubiUwtt treble that number. about your business DrrUoodsChroii' operations bad 50 jK'rformed. Miss ' one of the most lovable woman we have ' years of ago and a over known and tho one who tins won icle. ltfliott was about ir l'hi r. ami some 7') or HO devoted mem tier the 12plscoml chinch. i,er js to as congratulated. We have , most of whom are uenaionere, in An I aim Giul's LrrTxa. "Uh, records the death of nothing against the fortunate groom, but The Advot-atV v tl.i vn inity ; and, out of thio anmlr, awate Paddy if I wna yo're daddy Mrs, Mary J. Bowman, at the ripe old P..:crln ffviiv-i-we wish the Kentucky boys had nut it there should be obtained suf I'd kill ye wete kisses entirely; if 1 whs r Vl kI I mlfmi V wife of Nicholas permitted him to come to Kentucky and age of "II. She was tho IIX; ficient material to found n nouriehint: ye'iu bruther mid likewise voro muther m3f& two chiltircn survive her, gteal away one of her fairest and best. .jht. Uetairtment UMnmnmler am G. pa oe tliat ye went to bed nirlv. To IJowman, and . WATCHES, CLOCKS HeberCiaft.o( McComb City.Miss., ns.'T'A lUHVi. Fi im 'v.''r-of Concord, Ky., has been nrit taste of ye' re breath, I'd starve to death, Mrs. llilhs, ("ouu il the Man.lnr.l Oil Com-lioaud Mias Anna Itowman.of Danville. Mrs. ten to for the ueceasary commission pa- - and lay off my hoopa altogether; to - pany put out certificates to t lie extent of man was a member of the i'resbyfcrT Repairing neatly and prompt-r?z- r t joot have a Use of ye'ru arm on my teriun chuicb. a true Cluistinn, livinl the $70.WM,0uU since then these certiliiatis J.T.Lyon, the jopnlar drummer, watte, I'd larf at the meanest of weathly done. life of a servant of (ol, and bore her have been watered Sl'O.Oi 0,000, and jet Mm. Annie May-.- .. er. Dear Paddy! lie mine, me own was here Thursday. trials with fortitnde lieconting a follower they sell to day at 00 above par and jay Watc!aes t'l. o( 1'ineville. is at her father's, Mr. ye'll rind me both gintil aud of Christ. - llr l'ent- dividends. Monopoly is a I will take old j,rold or silver in exchange lor jjoods. (Stanford, Ky.) Wm. tuatl'a. Mias Nora Xelaon liat re- civil; our Uvea ue will epind to nn ile- Mr. J. 11. Vanhook, of Iirodhend, very benutiful thin, for the monopolists. turned to her home at Kast JWriirttadt. gaut ind, and care may go dance with was down Suuday to set n cttskot for Mr. Baltimore American. Mish Alice Muart is apendiug her vaca-t.Herald. the John C. Albright, who died of Hright's Capital is a tpleudid good thing Torja witn her father's family. Hie tells 10. Tho deceased Clapham Junction, Iondou, is piotia- - diaease, aged about us that she and Mias Cettie Thurmond farmer, but common sense is hotter. deputy theiiffof Rockcasost remarkable and busiest was formerlyInjUi win nave charge of the suinfonl public b'y t popular and highly re- With the latter n young man may get 011 tle aud wac "MODEL GROCERY" At M 1.....I auain thia fall. . Mina Mamie He- - railway junction jioint in the world. He was a member of tho nt first without the farmer aud in time spected. J,ondon and (i mi. I accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. II. th' l"0t the he will have both. But he mny have Christian church and of the Mntouic iliiuhiuuou to I'iueville, where she will and I.ondou, Brighton and South Coaet order. A wife and two sons survive, over so much of tho former to start with upend the summer. Mr. 11. S. Know lee Railways join and croaa onch other, and without the latter he will soon lmvo him. Tho remains were tnkuii by his n tho purchasing department id the L. an average of 1,200 trains pasg this place neither. brother Masons to M.irothburg and at I o; N., was the guwt of J. II. Collier this every '1 boms. Of this number 1,000 Mr. Hacking Kofi Doctor, didn't you o'clock yesterday consigned to the earth Cheese, week. MUn ICiinna Stevens is visiting pass the unction between tho hours of make a mistake in goiiiK into medicine impressive ceremony. in their 7 a. u. anil 10 p. m., which gives an averher l.rothor, I'lysses, at Dillion's. Mr. and Mis. W. L. McCarty, of iustead of into the army '.' age of one train every 51 seconds during Dr. W. M. Doores showod tia recentDr. Eagle Why V Kingsv He. have been called on to mourn Lamps, Ghss- - and Qucetibware, Tin- - and Woodenware, Fruit Jars, thu 15 horn's. The trulllc is ohieiiy pasly a clothes brush, which, he says, has the loss of their lovely daughter, Missi .Mr. Koff By the way you charge senger trains. Jell Glasses, &c. been in constant use in his family for 10 Hosa, who died Saturday of typhoid fe your friends there wouldn't be much years, ho having purchased it at Inde Tiik Wish J.U'anusk. Mrs. I'epptr- - ver after an illness of two weeks. She left of an enemy. Puck. -pendence, Mo., in 1.S51.' We can beat com (reading) "One of the idols most attended Christian College, Hustonville, 7great Lick telescope reveals about this. We have in our possession a hiiutl mvered by the Japanese is that repre-box- , last seion and was particularly apt in which was owned by our great- - sauted by tho Jlgure of n woman, seated, her studies and greatly loved by her 100,000,000 of stars, and every one of l hem is a.fll,n; theoretically and by brought resting her chin in her hand." and 3ICKIXXSY, teachers aud schoolmates. Tho funeral n from England by that ancient worthy Very intoresting my preached Sunday by Elds, "logy giving light and heat to his Mr. Peppercorn THKY CKEED ON. ON'. THf.Y 1IKI.KD ets; this telescope reveals stars so small sometime in the early part of the ISth dear. Proves that tho Japanese are and Livingston, of whose church that it would le.pnre 30,000 of them to century. It is of very antiquated tnaku, among the wisest people of tho earth. she was a member, and then tho cruel be v'lblc tQ tll "nke'I ? old. and known to be at least 150 yours Mrs. P. Howt.o? earth shut from view the doting patents' Registered as IU.li l.ink. 'IrulajiJiof Scotch reAs thero is no Capt. Urove Mr. P. ( impressively) Because they household idol. The area and capacity of tho Hotel Sired 1y the ;rcat ISelmnnt 64, ire of NutuooJ i '"rod Arthur 2 nown in this locality to gather up these deify n woman who gives her chin n rust. The Richmond Register iu noticing lltfl corouado, of an Diego, tho largest in 18H. Hit and sire of mHJ, Wedjcwood darn and 3 of 3 a 30 35 daughter the we respectfully of Kid. John.R. White, which hotel iu the worl(1 are . Ami o Krouuji tn 2 30 hi. "attld tho death Standard Rule 6. (lAun.v iti). License was issued to Mr. occurred last week in 'Boyle, says the .,0 call the attention of the managers of the ncrea; ttrea covered bv building, 5 . Sultan Sire ltecord 2 i. Jas. Smith, ot Lincoln, and Miss Kliza older citizens of Madison will all kindly fl(jrea . total floor area, U 'acres; :, : nm dam nettle KinVcad ny Contractor .m, Sire or Stamboul a it, 1513. 210K, Alcaier 1 jojf Chicago World's Fair to this item. ,7., Ituly MreefDr W.it t i;J. Coiitrector wa ired by Sweetheart a ho re- - tv o rcaervoiW 15000J gallons ; Anderson, of Garrard, to marry nt the Elder White, although aja 2 w), Beginning Saturday, July 11th, the of Aiax. lull bretlur to Oranj-- Girl Lady by lUmbl- by of 8 in 230 Int. and 25 in 2,yi list and grand.ire area (Jodbey tonl.in .0 Contractor', dam residence of tho bride's mother, Mrs. moved from tho county more thau u ,. turfman and rir.t .lam l.aUy Uunton by Georse ille 519, , room. innon sm.nr.. .VV. Green' Harablettniaii tjl, full brother ta olun- VV, v......w f....i. H.rl 3 jj, sire Harry ilkcs 2 ijU, Guy Wilkei teer and Sentinel. AJax iired 7 iu 2 jo Int. Scott Kuril, will inaugurate his Belle Austin, 011 the Crab Orchard pike. quarter of a century ago. He was not 2 15H1 W.l'on a 16J.4, So So 3 7! and 60 in a 30 Ht. sold his farm in tho au educated man, but he was thoroughly There is a laundryman in, Paris who Second dam Josie, record 2 o$, by Nisht Hawk summer races at .Spring Hill Park, in Mr. Geo. Dallard Second dam full sister to D.Monroe j SK, by 514. sire of KedCross 3 6)4', Minnie Warren 2 of town; and, until tho 1st Brynntsvillo neighborhood, containing devoted to Christ, nudjhis whole life was has discarded nil soap, sodas aud bleach- Jim Monroe 35, .ire of I.ady Monroe 16, kitty and the dams ot Ed Annan 2 16V,, Sentry 2 25, arjf tho suburbs He l!ate 2 19, Monroe Chief 2 84 and 141a 230 ll.t. about 2 10 acres, to W. J. Ballard, at 525. spent in His cause. In his homely way ing powders in his establishment. 3 36, Tecumseh 1 3. .Vc. of September, tho umusenient-lovin- g Abdullah 15. Third dam by Vermont Hero 141, sire of Lady M. Layton, Jr., a by which hun- merely uses plenty of water and boiled Jim Monro by Alexander J. inado ho was an instrument n M. 2 30 and Gen. Knox, sire of Lady Maud 3 iSft. public may expect every Saturday potatoes, and can cleanse, without em- Calmors 3 ijj. and 17 in 2 30 list. horse races, inulo races nnd, may- an assignment when attached for $2,000 dreds of people wero turned from tho dam by Uuvall'i Manihrnio, son of Whip. Third Private stallion. by E. Lear. Keeord. in their path. Ho was a great ploying any alkali, tho most soiled liu- errors be, foot races, to which all entries will bo . I1ELMONT CII1KI' is a ru.h bay in color, was foaled in 1SS5; he stands full 16 hands bizh and . He ha of tho llible, aud there are few ens, cottons or woolens. is strictly a line hor.e, smooth turned cf extra muscular development, showing preat rower. form, hn free. Purses will bo hung up for tho If Pennsylvania has been robbed of student men HvhiL' who could quota more pas in excellent set of is, flat, clean and hard iu finish: thu individual merit of this stallion in race, nnd thero will bo $20,000,000 'whniid action is fully up to and lit keeping with his high breeding. His oldest colts are cominj winners in each The Y. M. C. A.'s of tho country now since tho war, people will be- sages from that sacred book. He was alowned by E. W. Cnbbi. Qccaim. great natural speeJ. lie had a all tho attractions minus, of course, the gin to think that money obtaiued ways modest in his demeanor and never own property worth 512,250,000. One Mich .that went trials better than 330 la.t ) ear. I will pay Jjoo to the breeder of the, first 330 roe. since seen at Churchill Downs, through high tariff doesn't stick. sought tho applause of tho world, but thousand aud S3 persons are engaged performer othu.-r-tCHIIir he ha. been owned by of 1S91 at my rlace near Mckinney at w. will make the season HELMONX' only tho approval of hia conscience aud as paid oillcials, and there are 225,000 lleforo tho war Spring Hill was one of A legacy of $1150,000 has most unex- his God. May he, as he stauds face to members. with Return Privilege. Insure or tho most famous tracks in Kentucky, faco with that. Being who shall pro' ; owners risk. tested bis mottle pectedly fallen to General Booth, of the nounce our several dooms, receive the and many n fast llyer Mares kept en goad gross at Si rer month Gov. Pattisou, of Pennsylvania, has least Mr. bans pro Salvation Army. It came from a woman welcome plaudit, "Well douo thou good on it. For a time at CROW, vetoed the compulsory education bill. and faithful servant." poses to revive its ancient renown, and , in Glasgow. m-- ense, your correspondent can offtr for wooka' non appearance in the Beint: now sl!lit1 l.NTiaioit .forxxAL. on the inotid, ha once more tvaumeH his hie labor. - M...U.w. I. rppwR.i.iiiiwuuV - f ' ; across one t. 1 .4 M-- j mem-v.J.- j ! iil-d- l- ..!. f. .. James W. Harper sold to AI. Burns ft fancy roadster for Jf900. It ia reported that 11 jurors wero for imprisonment in penitentiary in tho cnee of Clem Wilkinson for killing ley Lipe, at Liberty, for from live to 20 yeare, and one juror for 500 fine mid impii.oniuent in county jail. A new trial had been granted Scott .Meieuan in a vontrorerav about some tind.er itmovoil from the Hold land Heinhere, in Catey1 county, tbreej or four years a?o. The case hns been through all the courts and will take a new start in Casey cweiiit court. Dr. Brown is aain the favored recipient of a magnificent souvenir, the handwork of n handsome voting lady. A pin cushion of elaborate titiish n'ld "hand iMiintinjr," proclaim Alits Blanche ""'"veil mi artidt of extmordiuaiy deft-- 1 ,im w,th edle and brush. Char-sevoral Fancy & Family Groceries Mason's I;ruit Jars, Ring Top Jars, ' Fruit Jars, Sealing Wax, extra top and j'i 4 ... THOROUGHLY the; wxllaed. Rates Per liny. Manacer. IMPROVED; i 1 .. d "' "" ""'" l . . t ,."''' .., ' The Old Relia ole Jeweler XaA!5J-ftS5-q-ijfaS in Lead. In-li- I lt a n. Penny iiHK.-NWaior- a lL g: 1 tAji. i. 1 Iir .- hi-- vvl )2&Jxfr'SMp' nVSM-M'7- .' r'r '; ZJ. ?-- lB3a22E2J Watches and Jewelry ., t6 .an I II-- ' . lii. Mini m Stanford Lumber Yard, FLOORING, juie ijlt:iur, T . KI.5iBS, SilNG, - l- "' 's "WlliS AITD SLAT FESTCB. LTJMBEH TAH)3. " . . w ..,(-- ntP ' . "" Po"ui j ln : late-wi- vote-ran- s, Pad-dv- e ! . 'ra - 2f.ft. 3f ,.t, Fi7A . ""KUnn" -x ro:bt- s'sbl, WWB&l XmN fiL . n i&gy$L v ?v y- v-" u'. vol-uiiti- i ' J- All Work Warranted. Fine a Specially. j n divil."-Ktuae!!- vi!!e Go to A. A. WARREN'S Meats, Pickles, Preserves and Jams; South-wuster- n For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Pice, j J . ' ; l Lincoln Stock Farm, KEXTI'CKY. - plan-Alle- BSXaMOT CHIEF 3689. 1 wick-wackets- ," SUMAC. ' capaci-rememb- e world-renowne- d horse-traine- r, "::., -- J -- tta nfter-noo- stock-trade- r, pool-sellin- g S50 to S30 the Season, J. P. Proprietor. .V.M.--J- W .iJlHlBC Jt QgiiMSSfliiigwitfisfi At CVivT-HK- -r - "- - JLm&.. vHiBDssB8EiiiSHHA3ksliBi0Hi 44ikki. .w h k t- . The Belt Line Planing Mill at The State press is about evenly dividburned Saturday night; lots ed on the new constitution, so far as numbers are concerned, with the larger $10,000. Seven negroes returning in a sail dailies against the instrument. The Courier-Journyesterday boat from an excursion to Baltimore had extracts from about 50 papers that oppose the were drowned. An Illinois Central train ran into an June 23, 1891 adoptiou of the constitution, which is Stanford, Ky., The too. We Four To open switch near Xew Orleans not all by quite a number. were killed and six injured. SatCincinnati primaries were The Hon. John Young Brown, demoNEWSY NOTES. select delegates to the Ohio urday to cratic nominee for Governor, will exThe mayor of Atlanta has vetoed all democratic convention. Of the " deledoctrines of his party in his beer licenses. pound the gates for Cincinnati chosen it is said not own eloquent and impressive manner at Ilerr Most, the Anarchist, 1ms been one is for Campbell. to We to Stanford, tomorrow, 21th, at 1 o'clock. sunt to the penitentiary for ono year. Charles L. Kiancke, n member of we we do. BuckJohn 1'. Adriance, head of the Come ye out to hear him. thotirm of Theodore SchwarU i: Co., (j eye Mower and Kenper Works, is dead. who failed in Louisville so disastrously of Calico of the hugvst iizzlea, in n small of Nelson, bought sev- some time ago, dropped dead. He wos 4,1c... JO One George Abel, , V. ! 1 I ,.,..1 I . 11. HI, f I '. way, that we have read of in many a eral car loads of cattle in Wsrreii at 5 to under indictment for ombezrlumont. day was tho 1-- Jc conference of the of l.r) cars, on to train An 7 Sim Johnson, negro, was hung at the Nickel-platadvocates of the new constitution, which road, was wrecked near met at Lexington Friday. According to Charleston. W. Va., for rapo on Alice Dover, ()., Sunday. Henry Rogers was , Shoes Shoes Uoc, the dispatches, there were jut lM per- Bailev, white. crushed to death, Burt Keefe was fatally a Hoys' Lightning struck a portable engine hurt, and a score or more had legs ami sons present, 1 of whom were delegates ' . ninth. SJih'Lfi .U) rnnM. .'Ilsn filipptri.) hfivtin ino !, to the convention that constructed the at Akron, O., and exploded itkillingtwo arms broken, and were badly bruised. ua, i . fearful and wonderful code of experi- and wounding six men. county, seven At Bevier.Muhlenberg $ Four men who were bathing in the houses were destroyed by a storm and mental statutes and with two or three Paducah, were drown- one life was lost. The Methodist church possible exceptions, none of them were Ohio river, near either prominent or distinguished. The ed by the capsizing of their skiff. at Lewisport, Hancock county, whs Whalen wrecked, hams were blown down and Oscar Downard and other nine were from Lexington and other parts not very remote. Joe Black- were given life sentences at Falmouth one man killed. Wheat and corn were burn, wh we suppose, wants to help his for the murder of Marshal Vogelsong. washed out in Graves county and some To to to we wlio Mrs. John Henderson, of Wayne damage was done in Pavie-brother Jim out, was present mid preCJO's Township, Ind., gave birth to twins sided over the august body, which met weights were IS FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. in a room of the Plnvnix Hotel and pro- whose combined ceeded to business by excluding the pounds. Mrs. Langtry is said to have won Charles Jenkins, of Franklin coun newspaper reporters, who of course got English derby. he $250,000 on the all they wanted without being forced to ty, was shot and killed by a trap-guJ W.Swope bought m iturr.tr.i, a listen tojthe music of the "conspirators." had lixed in his hen house to btop chickbunch of HX) pound cattle at : cents. to tin's Come It was resolved after much talk to follow en thieves. Jct It. S. Russell sold to a Cairo, 111 , The barrel factory began operations plan of proceedings adopted by the book. the Bgus, etc. to old mares for $100. a pair of meeting and Senator last week with about 20 hands, and on party Powellsold to McAninch, of J. Blackburn was appointed the chairman the first day turned out 21,000 staves. cattle ai ;t cents. Casey, a lot of of the State Central Committee with Somerset Reporter. McCoun. the owner of Ixwnatnka, Pennsylvania is to have a ballot reheadquarters at Louisville. The only theSuburan winner, gave ?'-- tor Jum tilings demonstrated by the gathering form and a Constitutional Convention, in ISnS. were tho alarm felt over the fate of the bills to that effect having received tho A. -- Wanted 50 head cattle to graie on new constitution and the lack of enthu- governor's signature. good grass. Address J. K. Vunarsdnle, Main Street, Stanford, Ky, ANI1 CaAltltll-X- , The Richmond, Va., people nre ad- Stanford. siasm for it even among its framers. 3t- Why the meeting should have been held vocating separate street cars for colored Johnson, of Boyle, bought of J. C. within locked doois is a mystery, unless passengers and it is said that Gov. Hays, of the liast End, 12 head butcher The rest of the murder canes, except will recommend a law providing the actors thought their acts were dark stutt at 2 cents. that of little John Howard, have bet-and were unwilling to have them scruti for them. IC. Lee bought of .lore Briscoe n continued till December term. don't Ktnina Belcher, aged 15, of River nized by the public. mure mults s now that I shall ovor be permitted puirof 10 hand, side, O., died from the otfects of breathto stay at my dear old Crab people think ing the tliiine of a gasoline lamp tlmt for $:)25. Advocate. The Fok imlk! Yoke of large work oxen, h ime much more. they have made a ten strike in securing flashed across her face as she carried it. Holstein well broke, I thoroughbred It rain-- , up here nearly eyary day, and Senator Blackburn for their side, and Tho two passengers who went up to 4t. W. 11. Miller. last night there whs themo-- t fearful ra:n their papers are feeding him taffy by the the moon on that Paris balloon, from bulls. 13 Receiving His Jersey cow, with second calf, gives storm I ever saw, many of the guests at bucket full. A great many people are of which the professional aeronaut fell and .11 gallons of milk u day, for sale by W. Williamsburg hotel celling n ami talkopinion, however, that Joe is neither as was dashed to pieces, have letitrued B. McKinney, Stanford. ing of going out aud stamliiiL' in the rain great a man as he imagines himself nor alive. We will sell shipsttiil' for a few days for fear the building would blow down as his new found friends, especially the Lieut. Robinson and four of the for cash only. The jury especially were badly frighten-oPost, which was not wont to do so, now crew of the revenue steamer Bear, aud at $12 per ton, Roller Mill Co. and prep.ucd to leave the hotel. Goods Warranted ml a l'crttvt Fit (j ur.mtei-ilt.im a call. paint him. The senator seems to have W. C. Moore, of the Russell Alaskan exI'oSTWNR FOX ltoilHITr. Fok Sale! A No. 1 young milk cow, an idea that he held the late democratic pedition, were drowned in Icy Bay, tirstcalf. She is a cross with Holstein convention up by the tail and could have Alaska. Tho Finotit on Earth 2w. and Jersey. W. F. McClary. ,V Dayton had the new constitution endorsed if he R R n A fiend tiied to rape Miss Belle Billie thThe Ctucinnati, Hamilton Burgess sold his horse oaljr line ri.nnmi; i'ullntan'i 1'cttci.tcii Sat had desired. He also makes an unbe- Moore, the daughter of a wealthy farmer WilL-u- T. J. Imu won several stakes in votibuled train., with Chair 1'arlor. Slerinj lictMwn Car coming lling at Gen. Basil Duke, a mem- near Upton, Texas, but she fought des- ,,, K. w. I.ee uad hinitij;and Chi.rrvue anil it tho Cincinaati, nni, ,., only lin on resolutions, perately for her honor and was finally ber of the committee Through Knlming Chair Cart brlurva Cin-- c for of Danville, 111. and Skcpinic nnati, Keokuk anil .Sptinritld, whom he virtually charges with being choked to death. Ctr Cincinnati to Mailmaw, and the Times. coached from the outside on the constiHon. M. C. Alford, president of the Only Direct Line There is an excellent stmul of to- ltotwevn Lima, Titalo, Detution and other questions. Kentucky League of Democratic Clubs, bacco in this county, and, owing to fa- troit, the Cincinnati, I'lyto Canada. Lake KeKiont and The road i one of the olilrtt in the State ol In ICvcry Department. has called a meeting of the executive vorable seasons, the t Ohioand the only line entering Cincinnati over 13 Am. the women are not angels if the committee at the Louisville Hotel, Louis- plants started to growing early and are nilet of doiiMetraik, and freit ftatt f ciord can story telegraphed from Newburg, I Y., more than ureit palront trued, comfort and Well Stock ville, at 12 m. looking unusually well. Maysville Com- tafetv is true. One is in jail there, barely out aail tee that they Ticket on taUipverywhwe, Goods, Cloth., Heavy rains in Iowa and through- monweal. rrttd C , H .V 1) , cither in or out of Cincinnati, of her 'teens who very fully demonout the Illinois river valley in Illinois The peach crop in Delaware and ladianapolit or Toledo.O JlcCORMICK. Also nice line of Indies' and Children's Shoes and Oxford Ties. B. strates the doctrine of total depravity. have done great damage to crops and Maryland is said to be very abundant General Pattemcr and In. Wet Afcat. Within three mouths she is said to have Nice line of Worsted and Alpaca Coats and Vests, Men's and Hoys' cattle. In Fulton county, 111., three and will aggregate over a million of A Philadclphi't detective had an exmarried an old farmer, burned down his Straw Hats, all fresh no old oods in stuck. boys were drowned. baskets. Fruit men of tho Kingsville citing time at Spring Lake, N. J., trying d house, mill and bam, roasted his Highest market price paid fur Cross Tics, Wnol, denNen, l'eath The supremo court of Indiana has neighborhood in this county also say son to death in one of her fires to capture man supposed tube (iideou decided as unconstitutional the State law tj,at (j10y never had finer prospects, not and wound up by running oil' with a passed by fugitive Keystone Bank the democratic legislature tak only for peaches, but apples and other W. Marsh, the Xewburg livery team and surrey and president. Shots were exchanged, and ing the appointmentnient of State officers fruit. trading them for other hordes and a knocked unconscious Cra'i Orchard, Ky. J. F. O mmins, Sa't man The American Derby was won at the detective was out of the bunds of the governor. wagon, fche may have been at other with a club. by Green Morris' A loathsome disease, resembling the Chicago Saturday devilment, but this is as far as thecharg-e- European malady, "black leg," has Strathmeath in 2:4!i Pout Scout 2d, Eleotrlc Ulttera. go at present. broken out among the Hungarian coke Kingman :id. The race was worth SIS,- - This remedy n hrcoininK eo well known ami .0"A Ailulio uopular 4 to need no apeclal mention The announcement that "Old Saddle- workers in the Connellsville region. SOOand was witnessed by 50,000 people. haveuncd Electric Hitter ain th tame mhi( "t A purer medicine dor not exitt and it bags" is dead will be received every- There are 200 cases reported and the di- Th- - hore was bred by Milt Young at pr.ii to do all that In claimed, lilntn. McGrathinu, near Lexington, and last (Cittern will cure all diaeacof the I.ivcr and Ki ' sease is spreading. where with regret. Kx Senator Joseph will remove l'implet. Itoilt, Salt Khcmn m.l 5. During the nice High ncyt, President Barrillas has been author- - year won K. McDonald, after a long life spent in other affection raucrd by impure blood Hi.! urctent i.ed by the lower house of the Chilian 'Tariff, winner of the Clark Stake at drive Malaria from the tvttem andKorac11re.il the service of hid country, pnssed peacea cure all Malarial Kevrr and Indirection try hu night at his home in congress to levy a forced loan of $20,000,- - Louisville and the Ripple stake at Headache, Conciliation fully away Sunday r natufactlon to carry on the war. All the gold tonia, fell dead after running a mile. He trie Hitter. Kntirc I'rue joe and Baurantero Indianapolis, fully of years and full of 41 per butt.. inonev refunded YEARS REMEDIES FOR t& LED ALL at ! 5,000. I'cnny' druK lor c A It honors, lie was successively prosecu- and silver in the government treasury was valued ting attorney, congiessman and senator has been sold at auction. EVERY SQTTIE GUARtANTLID SOLD EVERYWHERE. Other A Wonder Worfcar. Up for Life. Goes After spending his last night on Finley Fee Whitley Items. Mr rank HuHman.a young nan of llurlm aud in every station demonstrated that ton. O , tatr that he had been under the can earth playing cards with the guards and ST.LfllfKMO. ARDBY RICHAROSflN-TAYlORMEDahe was a man. Aline lawyer, a To the I ilitur Interior Journal.) and uted l heir in .1 two prominent phytician Jacob generally, himself WiLUAMMiriK., June 20. in the case roent until he ii not aide to gat around. a patriot, his con- enjoying statesman aud u pronouiK.ee! hit case to lie Coatumptioo and in stituents delighted to honor him and he Scheolo went on tho gallows at Bridge- of commonwealth vs. Finley Fee and rable. He wat persuaded to try Dr. Kilig't Nov Cough Due every ALEXANDER'S HOTEL," served them with honesty and fidelity. port, Conn., and just before being swung others, for the murder of James T. Mid and at that for Consumption, to walk and C"IN aero tl time w not able forgiven dloton, the jury brought in a verdict this utreet without ren Me found before; he li.nl off claimed that the Lord had rvT.i S, il't Ml is. l ti, tl ucd half ol a dollar bottle that he wa much '.ct anji.viiu Lt. Gov. Buyan, who is acting gov- his sins. morning of guilty and sent the defend ter; hf continued to use it and U lung "r .my If Louisville, - - - Kentucky, "Was the Lexington conference ernor while Gov. Buckner is oil on a to the ponitentiary for life. Eight good health. try jou have botUe throat, at A. K fre r heat t rnu hie rial I it. WII.I. UI'hN lnSHA, 'I t pleasure trip East, is granting pardons made up from the musses or the class of the jury were for the death penalty. Penny arnif t"rr m a little livelier than- the necessities of es'.'" asks tho Maysville Commonweal. It was a long and tedious trial, lasting Having "lil out our entire interest in tl.t hotel, Mllou' Norvo una Liver I'lUn oh J after ton ttreet. w havn aioscd to .ur old the case seem to require. It ought to be Well, to answer one question by asking about two weeks. Alltholawyersspoke Acton a new principle regulating the liver,' ttand that ve occupied for years n lut.rttf lly the ncrvet. A nrw governor another, was that constitution manufac- two hours except Bobbin and Finley, ttoinach and l.oweU through tpBedily on Seventh and Maikel ttroeU, are itow fittuiy it against the law for a lieutenant cute hjlinut discovery Dr. Mile' I'lll up in clganthae, aew thruiighout and thf outiuhm, to issue pardons while tho governor is tured by tho masses or the a&ses ? Bobbitt speaking :il hours and Finley nest, bad taste, torpid liver, children couatipati.ai in every way he imludti t ne ol Smallest The is the fit will Sifety Pattcager elegant,llagaagw Kleators I'nvijualttd for men, women, and llale't Louisville Times. alive and not incapacitated. live minutes longer. When Bobbin mildeat, turett 50 done as cent. Sanr,j(t with ill the late ifuprovrnvaata Wa vant all"! ' Wo ate glad to hear that Mr. (J. B. spoke tho e was crowded with .it A It Penny', Stanford. niir.ild friend to K.rae aHdtae ut in our old huiuc Wi iironnte you that out room, table and service Ok thefLiO.OOO.OOOfltirplus that Grover Ryan is to be made assistant general pasladies, and the clapping of hands and shall le ninti.l to none in th Uad My wife, Mr. 'l:ie All I'allctJ. Cleveland left in tho treasury butel, senger agent of the C. &0. railway, with frequent outbursts of applause could not The tull.iwiufc 1' 1. r frtni Mr W. A. Tnnmin, Jti II Alevandrr, villi to hf ri iinnl.err.l all ' frien,ls ami the will It lad to ( them ur ' remains, and $51, 000,000 bonds fall headquarters in Cincinnati. For many be restrained by the court. When he of in as. Wis, is i culur.y iniei'Stin-'Mm, 'ii thcni hf irtv rt rption lareS p r day trerttp.l for lifr iti' n due Sept. 1. Calico Charley Foster and years ho has been chief clerk in the pas- got thiough with Ewoll and Forescor boa stoma'tnslti' ." tin l. Ix'n I" II l KXANDHI Mmi.'er tlip ail York, twoprontnti n liyono in in Kid Glove Ben Harrison will have to do senger office, and by faithful work has they weio both dead and buried and doctor. pi. NVw in (' .iciiKiuti i.riicago. laraf ul ilia l'bii id'mix 'tl in lltittiw 'Ihfi al. some lively shuttling to keep the IT. S. earned tho promotion. funeral preached, ami then tumirg fnilt'tl. Hutcinf twit of Dr moirbaKtiral.v MilaV ,IV yjrfrs out of the hands of a reroivor at this Twenty years ago James Arbucklo liercely upon Finley ami Hall left botti Nrrvino liWpeil Ikt vrondcitiiiiv " 'I bl ahfnil b us. it In ii' lMnuciie. ctMiK" l T, rit V,tttiws7w hi. ttt rlitiiniucisiii. Aer rate. and his son were placed in of them mortally wounded upon the life, l Kl.irlNtutx'M, a i druK tho almshouse at Youngstown, O. Tho Held. I told the jury at the start that 1 etc Aslt at A. It IViinMiles towlor lor 011 llm made by the Lexington Ai Uok .ii, u A LuxiNcros paper saya that although i. ............ . i. intended to erect a scatl'old or building trial i.oitk fluurt. Ui uuy nnaeuiuuui iu i Norven and iraue, Roller Mills Co., LexingC. J. Bronston whs in the city when tho A I'orliiiiatc Woman. a contractor in Pittsburg and tho of crime, the four cornerstones of which handful of delegates met in secret sesMrs M ir, I. lii.kT. of Ovlil. Midi . Ii is sale by all ton, Ky. day took his aged father to his would be antecedent threats, former t to u u iliiinUftii. hb sion to devise ways ami means to carry other usp from U'.ia short 'irt first-clafor the rest of his days. home grudges, circumstantial evidence and of hroiitli, bad unqrij nfflh fuiu In Mile, Grocers. the new constitution, hu did not attend f.iiiitni'N4, Tho Franklin Woolen Mills, located subsequent confessions, aud then I ti. Ai r taking inn boltlut meeting. Has ho become disgusted tho Of Dr. Mi lea Now llrart !ut', ivt, "lam Don't fail to use Cream at Franklin, one of the largest concerns would leave them to say whether it was tl.tt'i for i"i yetir. My mind untl ryosigut with the concern too? I mlvit, b.iVH iinpr'i.', woiKterfully. ull of its kind in the South, burned Friday. a sea Hold upon which the dofendant t'uis uttlirtcd to tito tills Kruat remedy." Flour if you want good l'i;nn THEewsfcays Col. Thomas II. Ar- Loss, $152,000; insurance $15,000. Sever- stood with a halter around his neck or A K it Dr iirupgist, recommends mid Runran-toi'- Bread happy Cook. Mtloa' work oil liirl l)ittn, corf nold has purchased the Middlcsboro al persons were badly burned, and it is the dismal walls of the penitentiary with taming marvolou tnhtlnionlnl, froe Domocratof W. II Polk and will muke thought that two men a negro and Jno. the defendant on the inside. 1 have just received a lutter from Mida Sunday paper out of it, to bo known Latham, Jr. will die of their injuries. 13. to defend n A friend of tho family says that tho dlesboro to go there Critie.uud wo wager it will be as the The I am now ,1 D nmtic nud racy. Col. Polk will re- malady of Yictor N'owcomb is softening man for murder ' Dealer 'i l'oreik'ii richraro When Bftby was sick, wo gare her Castorla. .'AIlTrST, of the brain, and that ho baa been com- doing as my old friend Thomas O. lluni-be- r turn to Lexington. When slio n as a Child, sho cried for Castorla. AND LIQUORS, because ho is to attend mitted to an asylum, not STANFORD, KENTUCKY, used to advise mo to do, When sho became Miss, sho clung to Castorla. Semi it Aikurmair and Milwaukee bollled IU a firtt. class Itarbir Shop on Main ttreet, The Middlesboro News is now a violent, but to keep him out of Wall the circuit courts in the mountains, and When sho bad Chi! jrun, sho tbctn Castorla. five J't Eatt Jefferson atrtet, bet." Floyd and potito l'lirtmaii llou.e.itnil invite a share of your street, whore it was feared that tho un- the result is as he told me it would be. twilight twinkler. rs i oiu.nn iiihiilii patronage rrompi ticnuon toeumitie calls and rretion, i.uu i My .mmIs siocial .ittcnttnu to ladies ami childrcr. Work beer, warranted to kern U month The president aud hiafamily have scrupulous would take advantago of his I am employed in eyery important case will be found at the 1'ortman Jloue s.t rm und done in the latest style with neatness and dis. SS (m mental condition and wreck his fortune. in court patch. gone to their gift cottage at Cape .May. I'tir. at Pcrnll Uros' , Kowlaml Semi-Weekly Interior Journal W. P. WALTON. al NOW IS YOUR TIME buy t j lill 4 t--- have sell oar goods under any consideration. don't want aire you a long tain wliat can do and what will timid the following prices una iney will run; jor inemseives. ,ny J yards in the house, Indigo Blue, Simpson's Black and. all, other brands yards ..,. ,.l ...,t,J.. ,, OversTo -I I Louisville Store, always in the lead, leads this time, nre - M f- d e ic per yard. Dress (nnphants Slippers yellow top, 60c. Ladies' Gents' Black Sa,tm Shirts 40c. per iard. Black Lawns, Lace 1 Sods. up. Gents' Shirt rests 20c. Gents' Clotlimg, Carpets, Straw Matting, Ladies', .;... llf.. Child Gents' and up. Qutin ran Hat nous Si-o- s. give our patrons a sprcial GIVEN FINE buy ATATAY. worth give awui offer buys each customer n ONE ROCKING CHAIR. and It is not necessartf $.?0's worth at one time. Bring your I'ea titers, Gengseng, iour n THE LOUISVILLE n 1 STORE I'ltllANSKY, Proprietor. MAM'S Managers. Mc-Kinn- H.6.RUPLEY,-- On-ltar- I New-Stanfor- d Spring?, Summer Goods . ' (j,c j.i v . a j ,;' (;,!,, $000.-Georg- run-lin- e eown OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE Assorted Ginghams, Teasel $c. newly-set-ou- to-da- y Just Received a of White weak-minde- 11 W. E. PERKINS, -- a 1j-00- 0 11TES mm IWm CO. VERMIFUGE 20 -- HtM t.n V . I broad-minde- d , I I ' j i " to-d- at I , H-- rl - . BEST FLOUR , court-hous- 250,-00- 0 r 11 1. CREAM I I 11 . V ( 111 - tu 1' I :r 1111 I I 11 i 11 .. FLOUR For ss .f ik'i-.o'.- in-.- lie-ca- me ky iOi'' fiX 's. rin-o- s ur.-u- kuf-for- .(T- . ill-- 1 ar 11 imr-ton- s , and a to-da- y I WIXE5 II. FAIMIEK, T0NS0RIAL op-be- .r., , i I i liv St iii gV L, s i J , e ys f iMtatUt, $iV r i, ,r.fr. ft - Tfit:z. i .. I t.h.n,'jL--'- - . - r. f nifffffnnnnnnsnj-s. ij-amnmmmmimamimmmmmmmmm- ! , flBHMle. j - . m iJAdngaMsltdsiifci' . i t ... .,s sW . v ujivl1S t j - .IfiMftfj TTW7ggW vw--: , Jr y firffcVf ,sir'"to s" rf'iin'i" i(f"v" rH 3 MPpF f I r I f 1 rV Appointment of committees. BenSemi-WeekInteriqrJquknal ediction. C4i:iti n millet teed nt J. II. Koster'u. Tliere will be threo services WednesKvkkytiiino in my lino for coat till day and Thursday, the meeting closing Hot k .nit is thu cliennest and bust. J. .Ir.Ni: 2.'1, 1 Ht) 1 Ktankoih), Ky., further notice. Mrs. Kate. Klkin, milli- Thursday evening after an address, P.. Foster. ner. "Children and Missions," by President Fou frt'feh fniita, brotiilt;, mikes, Get your binder twine from A. T. C. L. Loos, who will begin speaking at tt.c.WAWON, hum. ManoRor ami tlio Hko chII on It. Nnnnelly, bust on the market and as low- r. m. as any one. MEANS BUSINESS. Names of Delegates and Where they will .Mr. 7. as I)i itDRRAit liml another little This farmer who does not tako advanStay. nrtiotlonlly binutifiilly K.Kiivi. etraiiecr to arrive at hid honse Sunday Below will le found tlio names of deltage of this cessation of the showors to l"iif nt A. . Penny's. II k voiir uiitch, flock ami jewelry n loy "the very irnnue of Ills papa." cnt his wheat deserves to lost" it and egates to the Sunday-Schoo- l Convention A. 11. IVnuy's. All work which meets at the Christian church tostarve. While couplinc ears at UowUud at '2 warruntoi. day, so far as have been received, and to Scxn.iT was tho longest day of tho Hvprwmo. wutclics. a. M., yeslerdny, .M. N. Wheeldon, of liKuiiMHKit tlmtnll will UulnuiU, had two fingers of Ida left year, according to tho almanac, and nu- whom aliened: , ltniiKlit Hi A. H. IVnuy's linns. At A. A. Warren's-- A. C. Hopkins Infiirnvtl frfo of clmrui. hand mashed off. merous of our citizens huvn't tho slight- and C. M. Hushes. ust doubt of it. PERSONAL POINTS. Carpenter House F. M. Tinder and Tim impromptu hop nt the Miller That irrepressible coon, Jim Tall, friends, J. S. Kondrick. ilore-rooi- n did not cuiue up to the averMil. .1. V. Mi Cum. of Jelllco, was in Mrs. P. A. Brown-- Mr. age Stanford hop, but there were thogv stuck a knifu into Mit Kuibry, Sunday, and Mrs. W. Saturday. entering tho bowels L. Williams. which camo r enjoyed themselves. present who Mh- -. s. 1. St ... Iimb been iiit eick and p Mincing a serioun wound. Jim S. J. Kuibry Mr. and Mrs. .loo Skinfur M'oml days. MiYKD and Straight Picklfg, CIicomi wob arrested and at the trial yesterday ner, W. T. Priest and P. II. Duncan. Mich Ma.ik Wiilsii has toiio to Iiuu i'id Cmckori, Salmon, Chipptnl and proved that ho was only in fun and was Kugene Kelley Jas. A. Benxley. villi to tny a week. ItoAst lleef, Sardinea, (ielatiue, U.vtractH discharged. Mrs. Alice Haughman Mr. ami Mrs. Mis-Maiiv HiLt Vanov hag been and Lemons at A. A. Warren's. W. D. IHc. Garraru is to havo a fair this year, tinting friends in Hoyle. T. M. Goodknight G. G. Bersot and Tiir P. O. Department has just inadu a July 17 and is. Judge W. K. Walker is Mm. Am.ik Clark, of Mt. Vernon, (mt it does was chosen president; K. W. Lilian!, J. M. Bash. of the ViMting Mrs. Mattie Nevius. W. P.Tate Mrs. Jas. A. Crigler, Mr. nll'ect the salary of the postmaster huro bocrotarv.with J. M. Farrar assistant and It. C. Waiiiikn and A. O. MiiHi. ami Mrs. J. I). Jones, K. J. Willis and M. S. Haugh-maL. Y. Leavoll treasurer. nor any of the neiirhboriiitf towns. went to Sonu'ifcet yestenlav. Porter .Sandidge and D. B. Kdinis-to- Hobert Grieve. Miss Hksik KiuiAiti. of Juiictloi. K. W. Lillauii, or his lieirs, formoily Portman House Two Carlisle delearo the honorary City, id visiting the Mistm Wniy. of Lincoln county, Ky., can acipuro val- from Lincoln. gatus. Mm. JuiTKKfiON' Hcmkkii, of tiiiilfonl, uable information by corresponding n itli Lewis Withers J. M. Downing. Mu., is visitliiu relatives in this county. Maddox Tub L. A N. pay car passed Saturday Hro. Anderson, Iand Deal-o- rs Dr. J. (J. Carpenter II. I). Clark and Hon. John Yowno Hiiown will be. tbo on its joyful miction to tbo railroad boys. J. W. Masters. and Agents, Austin, Tuxaa. Paymastur K. K. Hanney is a courteous miestof Mr. .S.S. Myers whiio In StanJos. Severance, Sr. James Carjionter, lie K. L. Powell, Alishi's Miller and Wellor. ford. W'ii will give to each customer who gentleman, but strictly business, Little Mary buys $J0 worth of goods from us a tine can handle money faster than Barnum's Mni. W. 1. Walton-anJ. W. Haydon-- W. A. Gibson, W. J. are veiling Mrs. Will Cnili In .Millers-bni- rocking rhair. It is not prize ticket teller and rarely over makes Williams. thoJSM worth at one time to ecuro the a mistake. Mrs. Lou Shanks Hobert T. Mathews . Jin. (imm.BSToxjt was hero yesterday chair. Como in and get your books. closed Fri- and C. S. Lucn. Tub Liberty Circuit Court on his return to KnuxvHlo from liberty I.ottisville Store. Josoph Ballon W. T. Watson, W. day. Walker Bell for killing Kd Snow, court. II. B. llobiitbon and W. G. C"ii-lethe particulars of which aro fresh in tho of A. BLH.iiT change in the Mrs. Phil Sodrn, of IonkTille, is minds of our readers, was acquitted, the w.th her jwroute, Mr. flnd .Mrs. W. 11. the day (Msbcngor trains on this division T. J. Foster I2u most W. Klliott and went Into effect Sunday. No. S:i now jury being out less than threo minutes. I iddemr. W. A. Morrison. Another hung jury resulted in the Clem Mh. Wallbr CittXACLT. of FortScott, passes at M v. m. ineteail of l::tl, and G. A. lackey Mrs. Jennie Carpenter None of the freight trains Wilkinson case. It will be remembered 11. 21 at 12:211. I' Kmim, bus joined his wife nt Mr. killed Charles Lipu in Liberty in and friend. curry pMeencra now. The princiml that he Charlie C. Withers J. A. Sony nnd Dec. ls.v IIomojc, oiir West Knd ink chance in the schedule is in these trains. Ir. J. T. friend. Saturday tbo Wiiilk coming to iim:er, whs thu guest of Mr. T. J. Foster ThrJoll TaN. A number of ongin-uur- a hoist driven by Mrs. townP.. Beiuiloy and Keuben Williams W. T. Donaldson K. erveml days. on the L. A N. have rented tho Tom and Tobias In (Taker. Mis Lii.liax FoKsythh, of lUrrode-bur- Short llouio at ltowlaml, and will run a children (wauie frightened and turning T. Sharrard, II. Smith Baiiglunan--.- !. iM lieeH tile guwt of lh futnily of boarding houae under thu above name a corner suddenly, the buggy was upset C. Chum, W. (). SbroHdre and K. II. and the occupants thrown down an (JimM. Mr. S. for their own convenience. They have Fortunately none of thorn Kllott. 1,1'la IIoktom, who hM boen Minn cook and will procured a G. B. Cooper .Misses Minnie I'.lliott waa hurt save a few bruises, but tbo the I). rt P. Iustilut at tn the Gait IIoom in service and rockaway and harness were considerably nnd Bessie Hush. ille, returned Friday. fare. J.S. Hockei S. W. Pearcy and K. worse for wear after the liorso was Cut. W. J. Wam mid hid handsome Graham. liucKRYK the Maikinml A supply of stopped. of Pari, were gule John Bright H. A. B. Markbburvnnd excellent machines is kept conthese family lust week. this week tho L. ii N. will soil Millard West. M:muMary axij Annik Phkktt, a stantly on hand at I. M. Druco's, Stan- round-tritickets to Mammoth Cave to W. M. Bright Misses Mary Hobin-son- , couple of Shelbyville beauties, are the ford, Crow A Co.'s McKinney, and W. one or more persons for $12. ST each from Mary VanArsdale and Annie Jones. A. Carson's, Crab Orchard, where twine of Misses .Shanks. pit-hl' Stanford ; ?12 V Junction City, nnd H. Cobb.Sr. Milton Klliott. Mr8.Joii.vS. May, Mist I.illie May and rt'iwirs can also be had at all times. $i::.20. Tlio above rates include Dr. L. B. Cook Missei Florence Wilami Macter Thurmond May aro giiibU Kxamino the merits of tho lluckeyo be- railroad fare, both long and short route son and Maggie Hisque. J. O. Shields, genera! in Cave and one day's board at Cave Hofore buying. of Mr. Field! tic Thurmond. Mark Hardin Miss Jennie Johnntgen I.asmiy has returned from agent, Stanford. MimSi'sii: tel. Hotel rates $2 per day for each ad- and Mrs. W. L. Thomnson. aibursning visit to thu family of her Dr. G. W. Bronaugh W. C. Tharpe Tiik court of nppoals has revorswl tho ditional day. Tickets good on all reguuncle, J. W. Ualey, at Parkland. of three years against John lar trains. G. W. Penu, T. P. A. The and James T. Barbee. judgment Mr. Dixasuy Lurry and his pretty Posso, rendered by tho Laurel circuit Louisville Legion is in camp at tlio Cave. Ijincustor, laughter, Miss Jeanie, of Bucklen's Arnica Salve court for the killing of Larkin Ilyrd. A Goi.ii Mixk. Mr. G. 1). McCollum, The Imt salve in the world Tor cut), bruises, snostfl at Mr. John W. Kout's. , ltyrd was drunk and tiring reckless-lv- who has tho only public in ores, ulcer, salt rheum, fcer sores, tetter, chap-fe- d Mm. NisxiK llm:Bit and daughter, all skin erup ihilbUmf, wlion tho bullet enmu so close to Boyle county and whoso license will ex- lionshmls,(losilively curescorns and no pay requirpiles, or and Mmiui. nnd Mr. Will Hrewur, of ed. It is guaranteed to five perfect satisfaction, IJossu, wlio hatl never before thu wife of pire July b tells us that for several or money refunded Price 35 cents per box. are quests of thu Misses Lytic. hud auy trouble with Hyrd, that llosse, months his sales havo averaged over For sale hy A K. Penny, Stautord, Ky. Mr. K. H. MiltoRBRTs was in town in an etlort to force Hyrd to cease his a day, from which ho has netted :?IOO Saturday to meet his wife, who has been drunken aafcuitlt, was forcml to kill the and over a month. Mr. McCollum ulbo NKW ADVEUTIKMKNTS. llopkinsville. on a vudt to fiieuds at aaeailant. lias a gooil hotel anil lunch busines, so Mia.sHs.TnoM ah ami Jamhs Mooiik, of coupling jhjIu of Mr. John Fergu- he will not be entirely broken up when Honduras, C. A., aru visititiK thulr Tim son's vehicle, in which were Mrs. Kate his license runs out. We do not know friends, Messrs. I.uther and Rowen Duddurer, Mrs. Ferguson and two chil- whether tlio prohibition law has any- Lot on Main Street in Stanford Miw tiHORuiv Lbwib, wlio has been dren, broke at the crossing on Ijimuib-t- thing to do with it or not, but another Conninin; icres. tfachiiiu scliool In Florida, has ono to street Friday and the occupants wore drug store is being opened at Junction erms eay. T.R. WALTON, Stanford. Kansas City to visit her brother, Itobert precipitated in clone proximity to the City. l.w. ia. heels of the horse, which is a tiery lookDown at How laud thu other day. Clar Mr. axii Mas. M . Manhs hnvo rent- ing one, but hich had the good man- ence C. Hocker, George Wickorplmm, DR. W. B. ed Miw Mary Varnon's houst on l)n-- ners and prc&oiicu of mind to stand per- Tom IlurU'v, Frank Parsons and Mr. Avenue and will so to house-keefectly still, and a serious accident was Hourk engaged in a little game of oontu, Office S;uth side Mvi tr't, in ot'ice recently this week. averted, though the ladies were scared not knowing thewvere penalty nttnehed. mil' vacated Ly Dr. L. K IIurTiuan. Stanford, Ky. Mim KwmaGahkvrd, of Mache6ter, out of their witx. A warrant was gotten out and Messrs. Wilson, of K 1HI. i. .oiiipHnied hv Attormy TIIK STiCKHiI.lirKS and Hurley confessing beMr. II. C. Fakkw received a dispatch Wickersbam .iidon, was here .Sunday, the RUOfet of Judge Harnett they were lluud $" from Somerset Sunday swying that Mi.. fore tsn louiae Itailey. wore not tried. had died that morning and costs. The others Mhh. C. C. PRHiaii, of Vireiela, and W. W. Hrown County Attorney J. B. Paxton claims by a ,n are viwiliim t Col. T. P. Hill's. Mr. Three weeka ago lie waa kicked Judge Barnett has no right to try mule and Wad his skull crushed. Thu that Parriah looks even belter than when alio such caaen, except as an examining com t, Aro ii 1" nun held .it tl it t'i. ii- ii '" i operation of trepanning wan performed t the tli-- t N.Uim ll.nl., rt became a wife. and has had warrants iahuwl returnable cona Mr. ami Mrs J. S. Aiuhtnunu, of and it was ucceeeury to take out before Judge Yarnon for all the men. STANFORD, KENTUCKY iniw1 throuuh l'Viday to siderable quantity of brains. The Dallai, Texas. The tine is not less than $5) nor more ONrailed, however, and seemed in a iinrmitn. ChiiI. mid Mrs. F. J. ion ?10fl, or confinement in jail for fair way to recovery, but the shock was than White, at Ijincaater. 15, 1S91, three months or Imth. Mr. Joiix (. MiAiibtkh, of Knnip, too much. Mr. Hrown married a Miss nine Director for the Company; and at To AFFAIRS. CHURCH Texas, surprised and gltiddtnted Ida Woods, a niece of Mr II. C. Farris and th urr.e limf '.md pUci the old Hoard uf Iiirtrctcr will hold their regular aiiouitl raveling. All the by iHittint; in an appear she nnd tluue children tire loft to mourn friends horu Some of the richest and stroimest member of the Hoard ar enrnettlv rqutnl to was an the untimely death. Ducoat-cVIXCrjCT BORKIXO, Prett., morning. priwnt. ance yebterduy Socrwary, tlio Ucformed Presbyterian b. J. S. IIOCKEK, C. V. Land Co. Wmlry, of llethel Uidp.', Ohioan by birth and was one of the chinches in , Miik.Sii.ih . denomination are withdrawing to other largest fruit raiaors in Kentucky. Cukiiv county, leturned to her homo vchsects on account of the, recent action in tertlay, aft,ur a visit of a few days to her Foi'K Si'ohk and O.sis. .Mr. M. I). Unr-(- turuiimout a number of ministers wlio aunt, Mrs. T. J. Godbpy. ( Montieullo, bpvnt tiny or two voted at a political election. 11, Mu. J. W. MiAi.isTRit, cashier of tbo The next Kononil eonforence of tho Willi hi" Mir, Mark lhmlin, of this plncu, Saxton National Itank at St. Josoph, Wc will deliver ue t acli tronnni is Mliv: aftor itlU'iuliiiK tlit' burial of liis tjistur, Methodist Kpiecopal Church, South, will Mo., is hero on btiHineis ami pleasure Mige Suralt Hardin, uliotlitnl hist week lw. liMldin MoinniiiH.Tonn. That church bent. Mrs. McA. ami thu children did nt tin atlvamvil u of 01 ytara. Mr. has also tlxed its missionary appropria- Under 50 Pounds IA cents, over 50 .and under 100 1 cent, over not vomu. , lmt clous not look tions for tho year at .'(10,000. Tlio Hardin ie si 100 s of a cent. ' Misa Ax.n-1- Lyon, a handsome It hy 10 years. Ho ami a family of 11 church built 177 paisonnuoH during the ot the lame Star State, is the in this county on year. Tho ptiin in mumborship was ELK1N & CO., M. chiidroii woru kMiost of Mibs Kittio l!auu.hinan, who attho'plitco that t'upt. II. T. Hush now brinpiiK the present number up to tended tbo conservatory of music with lives, thoir iinrouts coining to Kontncky l,21S,f)(U. Ky. her at Cincinnati. ' I) A Methodist conference has susand Pearl, Mrs. from Virginia m tho pionour days. .Mr. Mas. Kirru: IIiminbiiik Hanlin had nino lirotliorH and noiio of pended Hpv. .lames Thompson for one George II. Bruc.o and Howard, and thum takinjj to tlio lifo of n farmor, thoy year for proachinj: the heresy that "there Meters. A. .S. Mvors, Dr. C. A. Cox and nil KoiiKlit othor oocupations and He had expressed d is no matciial hell." J. C. Hays left yesterdny for Harbour-villibovonil status. Sovornl of the belief that there was no punishment ovor and will spend a wool: or two llsb-ibut annihilation, and thum aro still liviiur, iiu,ludiniour comi- for wroiiK-doein the Cumberland. ty man, Mr. Sam'l Hanlin, of Crah Or- that the idea that thoy would be pun- To curt .n 'lotiTOs-- , Si . 1 nil. he, ini.-tl- Mil Ciiahuh !' Kixcaid, one of the chard. Mr. Hardin has lived in Monti-cell- o ished with perpetual fire was illonicnl ' !. t..ic j.'ian, best known Kentucky journalist, lias Tt t.n icmtu, for ninny years, and hns for tlio and unsupported by .Scriptural testi the .'. Ic at... special nRunt corps of the Mujoined tbo SIVZIXII'S . most time kept tavern, at which he not mony. tual Lifo Insurauco Company of rhn siatft- Sunday .School Conven popularity and onlv made money but ti bin name in all Mr. Kincaid'8 Chris-tinS 3 ids Miction. He was marriod three times, tion will meet this evening in tlio & wide acquaintamo in this State will bo his lirst two wives lenvini; n cljild each following procramme' church with hia new Held of labor. useful to him in 7::0, Song service, Alex 0. Hopkins. nnd the last, whom ho married in ISIS, rsplhiSMlM "Is" ..iMilncnnstotho Louisville Critic 7:15, Words of Welcome, John Bell bilUi. raisiiiK -. The jjirls married well and . ONVE.SICNT. Iti' t .it . all iIoIiik nicely, either n.s Gibson. tho boys aro lor nil Akuh, "cTrTANDVICINlTY. I'rlcti f t'ilLi'r ni o.' It pir Slottlo. 8:00, President's response, C. V. Wil- lawyers, inerchnnta or hankers. Mr. 'PHOTOGSAVUIU nt J. 11. Foster's. Fhl-ijam KlSSIK8ff-n-w- i Hardin is a lino old gentleman and wc lianison. rg. ur.,' ' very 8:15, Address, "God's Methods of J.F,SMITH&,CO.M.kcrjot mUBans ST.lDUISWC. FnriT Jnrs ami Jolly Cilasaes nt A. A. enjoyed old much an hour's' talk with Teaching His Will," E. L. Powell. times. him about ixasmwHvm Warren's. UiNOKit twini at J. It. Foster's. ' ly Fine Green nnd Hlack Teas at A. Warren's Modol Grocery. A. 9:00, vTctvyMVtMBPt,'V'.vvVV.?L. vvxvmw.nx.i.v.v.. vv n i ta fa ..in-im-- r. - 1 m for I rccommt Infants and Children. 1 - "CBHtorlntsMwcUaJaptwltochiMrcnUiat Ttoar.yi l J ltossuiivri Aifcir'-R.- rvscriiitlon II A I'., Vcowntoine ' Ill So. Oxford St , ht'juiAiU, N. Y. CaMorla nirr C ' Cont!p.itlon, hour bt una' , 1 1. it I rn 'at inn, Kills Vnniis, K'1 i 'I, atl iiruiuotcs pp.stli n, WitLjut nijurli .113 tin '.i .ttiun. it ill- - ? Tns Ckntach Coiipanv, T7 Murray Street, N. Y. t"n m-a- SEASONABLE GOODS. Grass Hooks, Machine Oil, Farm Bells Lightning Fruit Jars, Mason's Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, s m ICiiit-U- ul n, n m m d Freezers, Lime, Salt, Cement, Plaster Paris, Plasterer's Hair. Grain Cradles, Mowing Blades. Leonnard Refrigerators, Water Coolers, White Mountain g. Mc-Jouu- s, y. W. B. IVlcROBERTS, Has the Newest and Latest; Styles of Wall Paper, Every Shade and Color of Alabastine; The Best and Purest WhileLead and Oils; s. 1 g, iirst-rlaa- s die-cou- Ready Mixed Paints and Need's Carriage Paints; u, s edi-itor- 's Di-ri.- Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil verware, Watches, Clocks to do all kinds And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, day and night. p i. Lan-cast- The Most Popular SALT IkWmmmmmmmmWmmmmmmW 9P?M9j3rfVPRVPHIIP7v9PIVIIBVPMVPvi&r rtt-r- e bar-roo- m Dan-,iil- e, S-l- Giv-eti- H. FOB SALEI 1 or On the market is the RETS OF r6cK SALT because stock will do 20 per cent, better and it will go three times as far as common I have just rccehed a car load and will quote low price. Try it. bar-relJSalt. PENNY, u p Dentist. -- FOSTER. REMOV ED J". -- IB- - Having Removed My Stock- - 1 w Cumberland Valley Groceries. Boots, Shoes, Queensware, NoLand Company tions, Etc., i -- nt hr Back to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken tn exchange. Wednesday, July B. F. IROTJT. lt 11 ICE, ICE T CLOT FURNISH! iSi 1ST aii I GODS liiint-t-lf- ropro-Eei.tativ- o nu! 1,-111, R Stanford, El O Jg.'VT E.DE?, scat-toio- 1, m rs m 8 Jr8t !?&&L && $t& ila!.i-.t,. ' . MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES Non-York- - n mI iv R 59 TRUNKS & VALISES Stagg & McRoberts. t Mlt,lo t iiwUSAikAU-fcVi- .. ipwHl'a . maK -- Alt I N i; I Ik & f The G'jrmau army lms lost its "parole thime" in thedeceaseof Frnuleiu Adelheid Malm. Tlie fraulein had thu name of tho 'Solduten Mut'"iter," or soldiers' mother. For many years she was attached to the Ninetieth Fuaileer regiment, in garrison at and was never absent from parade, call or any other roll of tho drum of tha OFFICERS whole of the battalions of the regiment. t o ir..1..v trciLirnt! ' She was a familiar figure with thu regilohn J. McRnHeru, Cashier; A. A Hckiuney, siiiUnt Caahiir ment, and received the place of ftonor 95among tho superior ofllcers. She gave as a reason for following the military tho defeifeeof the Fatherland; if she had any other motive she kept her secret. Mili137', 11VMKTKOPOLITAK i tary honors were paid to her at her death; Son of KyuV'i Hamblttoiiun. Chief, 772, blre 01 r an- - tho hearsa was followed by tho colouel DamJOErrB.bylll, me RolvlUkoii, a and other officers and men of the regi- .. et ll. .1hi The military band played a t,eLS0hi-Voby seeiya American Star, funeral march, and tho choristers from nLterau.i the military chapel sang a reqnlea over rhc WSaWtuia?.! niJa in.fui?tiit Loudon Rehis Vutoria.soidat the Mc-- her remains. v 1'lRhe.t P Il.a '"T lVotilliesbyMetrof,rJH". a liroou uiui. "?-...,,.- .. .,. w . Tuil l)vlnr? ltoiiuokli. ncii, "j?.ar h,.,lu aliulf. liHae ui ..all iiriiuci Al Km at Sir Charles Hastings showed a curious 'uUntVlu. ' .. t.i..,1 u;e .,.....!.... l... uurcuug .1.... ,.. a nod Chief, by 1IP f ' "V? i... 7nmu jmniuium uj .i: t: . liuillll , . JJuncan u) Scott,tlIlgniaiiaer,HM.w...sited Woo- , i. i.. i...i.i i. lllood Chief .,., ,... -uuuv eiiuuiu uc uurieu wiiuout anvcomn .11. Ill I1U1II in ""- - . auu wumi KollinSUU 7 JV "tS. ley J'ttl'i.tiiiaeieHttwIr tired the damt or Von ill .1 plnco named 111 his Will, and that ArultjlaiiilAlmcnt.jr.andBrandamor tll0 ground llboVO him should then be n''f1,rfi.!?haalh5Tanrex'tre.nely f.ue planted with aconis, in order that he will make the season of 'oi at my mJgj,t render a last sarvico to hia coun- n,M ttviTth a "" uiin V u trv bv a- - ii nourishment to fiointj good at MorcIatM, .milniie. aihle j invintr miiviim uiavi ..iiiu 0BtBelluiM"","Kn-,:""LieBreuiueon all English oaks. A certain Siuur Bencit. ...... horie or tra.It.l who insure a vi 1877, left i"i- 'ifll hadu". Orai.urnl.hd at $ jo per tiou3 diedhisinwill that his express inatruc body shotild net in 'u,,v t.:i: ..I,.,. bo put into a coflin, but burled in a large leather trunk, to which ho rrta 11 and will Win- i ii Hit. i Xddesmr own at reasonable pri . greauy nuactieti, uecoow t uuu Kone tho s i rounu me worm wiin utia mc a taree iiiaua, -"- corporation., honemale career. Auuunn of respectfully totic- firms and iadividaal. tCThe Directory of thU Bank is compoaejd t T I Koeter, of Stanford; county J i orestus Reid, Lincoln 1. W. Haydea, Stanford; c 11 itauahaaaa.- Lincoln; ,,- .. emon. - Sillier, Ji. T. Harris Liacoln; Hoelcer Suaford; J.S. G. A. Lackey, Lincoln: T. P. Hill.Staafod; W. G. welch, Staaford. V. I. Tate, Stanford, ttdu-cianu- V. Efswept and- the sweepings charge made for yardage and fectual ventilation shouldremoved. up be kept Where it weighing on any live stock sold from this time until winter. cemented. ie possible have the floor Wooden floors are often death traps. at these yards. Koep the air of the cellar a pure ni that lly order of the Board. of the parlor. W J. LIPPINCOTT, Pre.ldent. Another important thing is to examj, 'I ine anew the sewage pipes from the kitchen and bathroom, make sure NATIONAL BANK that there is no leakage. to Such leakage is often going on under floors, which OK STANFORD, KY. conceal it, but do not prevuut the deadly mischief. Now is the time to clean out the Capital Stock Let it be examined a f rush, to sec IG.SOOl that no disease bearing gases can pap the fact back from it into the house. Note, too Attention of the puV.u w insittd to Stanford. - .h- - ,.nJ Nnnonal lliiik in .. "" " i C v.....l hrk All' its distance from the well, and if this is by the not osrtorVMecured l. onlv I... ..., capital, less than ll'O ftet remove the Ct)S3I)OOl tO . ...- ad j lor an at least that distance. KtncK. DVll DV Hl atock, j that depositora 01 amount equal to the If, during the winter, the slops have "I".-Firthis initituuon are secured by a fund of the bank orn .tatemenla ofthoconditiou been thrown on the ground nenr the L uited btatea the areiuadeea.hearto are exainlaed at atated tiuiea house an unwholesome and filthy pra.. eta cticesee that every vestige of them U by goeerin.fit igenU, thua wearing addititCHtal to deposttora. ana perl. originally eitabliehed at the removed, and clean sand or soil or green im.i. Tn s btantordin 1858, then renirgaa; turf put in their place. Let nothing r- iVriKit lldnk tbRt Ctt in uy way corrupt the ru had praaidy au ua.nter-ruptair or annoy the sight. So far as ltossi In hunlord u jear. It is better supplied hie, make the existenci-opleasaut ai prompt new with tacilitiea for trauvai ting buiineialong and, well as pure. Youth's Companion. a l.knrollv than ever l.cfore in Its - ' rr"i ' Ie rate. Il.f '.! cio'i mo After you have twirled it until L1 ,V J' ' ui.'u .1, ion u. d k iivrey - ui n it cannot possibly be twirled any more xXm " nii'ilt wUi minKJIl mAml by oven the most experienced twirler SALT RHEUM. ECZEMA, WOUNDS. BURNS, stop twirling it. SORES. CROUP, DR0NCMTIS, &c. STarro. After you hare stopped twirling it PRICE CO CENTS. '. t It. nil I lour to tell my farm of seise the figure gently by the thorax v.ut ifo .res lite.' He at Fast '0 rl iSiil i4. aeilei n ith cf Mantnrr! on th e'lilaitit-n-Mail inw. II and pull it upward and outward and in- ons ami f r l. t v ivut 81.1:11, i r jrro santrlfl 11 ! Ku.h Briich pile, p(.oiite the r,l charih Tkcre le II . ) ward toward yourself. There, after ' iid kin. a 1. at, .ui u acrei in wKat ai.d r;e; the WelaJXf SteiM't i' at. tvr farm well sella timothy (food dieelltaf Inet at "' practising the act several hundred times, , . Ltr't, I. ur and kMrfcea) and a spleadld aee tn ' you have the doll. iVi ' .1, irr Is wcl! watered and (anred. Poteilm can pa., a ' y c a 1, Ml 4 5 I f you wish to make the doll dance, e rften immeiliatel. tn I. r rof partu Ur., M t n t if r.l. or writr h' ni tie a piece of thread or a small ship's 2 Smi i "oil. W I II in. Ml W .'I .a hawser about its middle, with two very V OF LIVERPOOI.. Ml I. ABSOLUTELY PURE, long ends extending in opposite direc111 iai . - 1,1 tions. If you can persuade the parlor al .' FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH ay I. maid to hold one end of the thread, AND NURSERY PURPOSES. M am. k m. while you jerk on the other, the doll TAE-0IIV1ACIC al .. CO., Chicago, Hi. will dance quite as well as any other a Vei'. handkerchief doll nntil your arm gets J If or e l,y A K. Iuny .ml M. I. -G- HIGKENNee l.rtintetMi. W..k tired. ' t oatfoet ThU trsua It is not considered advisable to givo Agent, throughout t.ie Scuth. SWCHOLERA CURE! up a certain means of livelihood in favor IP. it. v. .prluer Cloanlni;. I (. K,. - 1. lluniiacMi oa the C By spring cleaning we do not mean tlw of handkerchief doll manufacturing an I i Mail I rain, rr.n duly aaiept rout annual beating of carpets, washing of til notice of your intention has been r l.onjion anu llimtirtioa, W. A. T3X233LE, L: :al A Twenty lluil Hi UK at Huntmgf. n ill. C A ' ' window and general overturn of every- served upon tho other members of jrour STANFORD. K . an'i K ; at Uih1.hr.1er wnh In the COr; rti limits o Hcwlanii tumg indoors, lor wnicu women are family. N. Y. Evening Sun. rfiij k.Hib iKMind, aad at !..'k'. S ansC.N.O. . I. 1. f. Ro famous. What we are thinking of it H 'J. iARST. A VERY GOOD TRICK. r. nd Ulive Mill Acrotanto-la- i t.itay . Cveaecl. at Wiacho.t csbbsm spring cleaning for men a work which, How to Slake an Ortllnary mns w waw n hm t. C pouMi and at Leaiaftoi. II if it were faithfully done, wonld lesser otRl CharU A timet Ijinr Uudlua. r I ou'vtilte k k the death rate. M !. i'i .luii at. Ace r.n .. AndOn a dry day rub with a brush or . One thing of prime importance is the ! ' fr f..l ' t 'BS......--i. t.' a:i from Ml care of the cellar. The air circulates ns with the hand a thin piece of paper; it k ihrrmiil. a id at Lealnglo. OF SOCIAL INTEREST freely from cellar to attic as the blood will become electrified in a short time s!AI I KAHM, muated near llairkn . I.t II a' .ni i rrile from Manford 1 f rtooliri . i'i rreird to circulates in the body, and that, too, in ami will adhere to your hand, your face A.re lo.ircs in cu!tiV4ti-.- ci.iu.iiilri ii.--eT. and all II , i.f ipi an) ae1 spite of closed doors. Indewd, the cellar or 5our coat as if it had glue on it, and lulv lloiv hia free rom. P'.m n . i., jlli. Apply lo me on the pr.mir able to 1U .IIS. ION Shippers of Live Slock. should be kept pure the year round; bnt you will notinbethe same get rid of aiu . MRS K J M"v.k ,t r j Electrify manner thick if this has not been done the time to reck H Mt. w p tKM tify tlie mistake is before the disease pieoe of paper, a postal card, for Kv i. M and you will sett that as with TQTSLX, BORXKTG JOfficsofthe Cincinnati Union Stock Yard Co , breeding heats of summer are upon us. CINCINNATI, MAY 14. iSat. If there are decaying vegetables in the ThuuuU'ls of tli ill.int worth of chick uicem Cf Ri he'd this cellar, or rotten wood from boards Uiat am well prepared to bore wells a. w.l di the Board of Direct. If If Lll VUatl.rl At t merlins 01 the t:i" are deMnyiil by Cholera every a, unanimously rest upon the ground, whether loose ui wore in a s; A.d u.anuer and pronipi! following resolution day, Tr.SV ITr. rc.ir. It i innrv fut.il to them Uiau e adopttil: as a fixed floor, or accumulations of useAt One Dollar a Foot. '! uiher dimUM'S combined. 1'ut tlie less ruboish in the corner, or under the S av i '. - aaSEVraiet 4 O'l '.11 or addrees me at MinlQrd kentn kv. f a liquid remnly Unit y.Mr .'ii J 1 SMITH. That on and after Monday, stairs, or under the front doorHtetw, by i iKa a.iLkl'JU i. it "ij'. .' rzotn-- ; 4i detttrfA'-the Micntbca haw Irecii all means let them le removed. 'fr2z-Jt1891, there will be no cjbte. Half of the young chickens May 18, The cellar floor should le thoroughly rat3Ktri. more. 1 A Warm Illootletl SoiiIIhtii Olii. The members of th me dical profession Published Evory TuoBdny nnd Fr day in Memphis nrw completely mystilied by n case reiMrtetl by tatve of their brethAT ren. The jmtient i n young girl, who ..yd'-ac:hy living with the fnnnlv of Mr. .Marro rVhen nui y paid S2.0O w;U e charged."1 Pnoli, the mantger of the Postal Telew graph ord h Three weeks ago sli sick with totrsiHti. and thu w ; tivkn K. L. LOCAL TIME CARD. followed by fever, which has c;ntini: il Rowland at 7:00 n. m., returning ever since. Train first took the Mr. girl's temperature with her own L & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. The test showed 106 degs. ..: 30 pm Fahrenheit. -Mail train going North Smith Dr. Jones and Sale were snmmonetl ijtpw Express train " South 113am next ilny. They found a temperature o am " " North 247 The ferer was intermittent, 6 . m 105 degs. Local Freight Nortn South 3jpm rising alwut 0 o'clock In the morii-jThe Utter trains alvo carry passengers. and continuing nt interval until noon. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar The imtient rested well at night. On f tstcr time is about so the third day the thermometer registered 1 IS dogs, and second attempt A. S. PRICI3, had the same burst. AFrom this time result. thermometers broke daily. Little estiSURGEw DENTIST. mate conld be made of the fever's height. W". It. Mc Roberts Office on Main street, over Drug iit jic, Stanford. for every thermometer tried broke nudVr the pressure. Finally an instrument f extra strength and highly graduated v,i X. B. COOK, obtained from Chicago. It wat, cnjNtble PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, nominally of regisMinjj ICO degs. It STANFORD, KY. was tried, when the mercury rose rapidly to 110, 150, 180. MO, und lastly to l."; Ofliecovcr McRoherU' Drugstore Residence, - deg., at which it broke. The phyMciam lames 11. Owens property at the junction ot Iluswere at their wits' end. lonviueatia jjauwiic jukc- It is estimated that as there could be no pressure at loS degs., the renl tem R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. perature mnst have been fnlly 180 degs. to smash this instrument. Eleven therDENTIST. Portman House, mometers in all have been broken. The Office on Main street, onpoite up stairs. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless patient has been fully aware of her peextracting. culiar condition the whole time. She STANFORD, KENTUCKY. has kept "tab" on her temperature, and taken bets about its height nt certain A. G. Lanhatn. 11. Castleman. John periods of the fever. The disease ha been remarkable in many respects. The iwtient's skin, instead of being dry, has been moist, and cold at the extremities. When the fever is at its height she has no sense of feeling in ber head, only u numbness. The doctors have held n council over the cae, and admit that it them. The majority are of the opinion that the disease is doe to some disturbance of a nerve center. Only one similar case is BA11BEE& CASTLEMAN on record. At Omaha several month ago the tempera ture of a woman sufferMANAGERS, ing with peritonitis rce to 152 degs. Commerce Building, Louisville. Cor. New Orleans Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourhr. ? irc ykaiux i.--t v.-- Pa-M- i ther-mounte- r. can be made from n handkerchief by any child Following Mrs. tilasse'.s &ge ndvioe,flr:t get your handkerchief. Then tie a knot on one side between two of r. the corners. Then tie n knot In one Then tie a knot in the other corner. After you have succeeded in accomplishing this feat to tho satisfaction of your physician, seise the handkerchief flrotly by the two unknotted oornera and twirl It rapidly from yon. Then twirl it some oor-ne- t, llorr llovr, I'lrot, to Make It, anil, to Make It Perform, A very attractive and interesting doll B A t tu in U, , Ja) i i,,e Um ni Mi,b i Kmimi, Jr , ii ae wild Mack. 16 had hi I, Hi cnl are ol fOl n! eeerjr Inch lie Mvlt anil color, aio mlah! fur the fain, tract a ki. and uelne of imiiMi.ulv fol .ii,' Ktera . ( !ic ion f ' ' ! Mi, - re lut i Sn iid Nuiw.-Oil- . -- KrrUon i in .r jvUrniJr.,ilain n. V .S y i I,, i' ired 77 prejMfi i.ir.iiii inn n'' ii ' I1, nr lie in ei- r . u i c. Ii. tuiiiiiiy iiinttiitui FRANK KII.V onrioilatt tll?' e u tl-- iM't- c .ie- - i ,' ho-i- il jrf l 1 s m 4 111 1 yfr aL' Tl'n w A-e- a v, tf'J FQW! -Iia.t -"all it 1 tsAtfTNU R M V ! N.. & . for car H"i te excelled fir family hMe Oire blm auial anJ He comliued. He stand COOK'S S3PRIWTGS ituaf-- d i I' Ki in 4 I en IHul va'l-41, rulcieaat of Stnf n', near lie (nwhrii t.. tilt UnforO in ImuJIiij eiSkllle pike, will rtii f . Thi Small Sum of $12.50, !'"r ,ial,d in Mm n U iti.,iiilr, n iiir II iKcrnal. Will tt t, el. l.n'ii nt. ,)'.'.'' hi, v , miles frovi r t.i'-.tij- lurn-- , Young Jack At TRN DOLLAR. ! insure H.. r, in epeAk tl. f. r -- i 1'rr.oai Sreeillrs; In ciitirr an.l ore.-- ! IB( the mai e tluwlni in ire lni li nh'wut h im e, pleaeant ami,Imi!.hi.Milill Sumeier !( w cl. It furi.i.!', mC'inni. and 'i ihe prlritf . hie Th irj r, rV, lit, i I. Aii rr i y elc i I li.-- i I I'rr t t I ! i. in foal. r. W 1H v Ki il l lvl I 1 Absolutely Puro A.n..r. f . .!- Ml cK .,i.i I.Imic j- . . i l ., Hi : . i S i,. .tii til, n K K s :i, 11 W 1.LI.. H tunvilli- - !hri tra'mf m r t.iie K) .ir ,r ii.J I I, ,, . r -- H'l 'I llrtl jtiiinti a? C I I trr.i 'vii iiri - . ' , . i ,r . I I in, in,:, k . imlr l k fc - , ,1 N ' - - l Ji n I , lir 'i t i t il. I" I , .It!' KOHSftPATSSe Imnii . DR. ioo-6- m J LIME AND BRICK. i M"ia Vrttsl tii r.i-- OLD KY. BOUTS Newport Nm i ... I M Ji czyCV'i A p. S? will deiorr pf -- CCTiM H'ltr J '- i I - t'e n t eutt ltu-hi- -l ' -' i' at I '.!,.. in l.nri- Li'i 2iees, ohl h tmltet llltlll n. pitci he I.r,Wkpratrr it hit sea in.. ii '.rn ue it h r givrtt w.tulf rfil ti1at titn r rettiit.; rif 'nlc t It.protcritj t truii malt mil, i r. rr'ujrl tiJ N iierou in : ' y at ill tr i nt 4 .iier date. MUt tpj- i harm. iiW rrtit, Curetnt. brunee. t- - ' Washington, Philadelphia ' ' ,.ii - , (ii .U-- J I ,rj t rjic.l In i 1 II 1 ! Baltimore, Now York, I ' t All (wii w 4i 1 .ui.) S i - il) u-- .i .. , - ,tru Corrc ted I e Cr.i t.nc ms'il in I If .m 1 i , v ,' i i l.Bitl Mn i f f II II.I.4.1NN Tt'( Ky. lCisnt HiMUi.l. lila-- l M'llll.n.-loi- i I ii. THE SHELTON HOUSE, J Ilo-vvlaiul, H URKKR. Proprtetor. - - Kentucky. - : .s.1 .1- Ia(i ROYAL Por Salo. ;n pta. .led Kaprea. leaves Ixalnctna dailt Mt ferlan 7 JK. t" pm, Wiiuheiter 10 yj Catleltaburf m 4J. 1. Asfclaud v in t. a Huntm-luat II 07 pm irujimodattoa, dalljr. eweept. Buncur. U l.ean-ftoal 54 pm, wtffkratae; .Mi Itae 7 at. anitlaa al Olive Hill at 10 Df Atvniaatodatlua, dalle etcept Seediv 1. Ml L' iatfua at : au am, wIik aeater u Datls- leave OUee Hi.. Sterling t o j i 4ir Aahlaod t 43 am, 1 iVitla g vO, arrltt. il ir.gitn 9 tjaat. daily af .i Mail leaieiMliiliiaion .5,tilir Hr n. he.ier Kterflig :, Callellikur( n.al, airU pea, ii 13 . f., ' 1 1 - 11 1 - - v, : r , I. - -. s Insurance Company, Braat D nn u.sy OAr .1 I ' . (.! I I . 1 I 1 . 1 I 1 I AIMTER' t . f, .i For Sale f . 1 I - - Iils I j-- M-- r . . . 11 ! . . - t . I Ro-vi- -- FOR E.EjSTO: .i'-.- ft .i MR I t . v - i 1,-- - . . I ag ,1 ' .1 U!- - I h- I - 1 - I : I 1 n- 9&a?iOr !- I!- - I K . i - I ! ' I .1 frfni: - Ssd ."iM-over- ;wt-j'-i'.- 'y 3?s.ca :. -T- -S' i L UN i MYEKS HOUSE, e well-hnoe- P. W GRafKK. ProprUior tfcia I have receetle taken chat-geHotel aad intend keefaiatj It at hi preteal hij;a standard. Special atlentuw gives to tha traveling public. First-Clas- FIRST 3200,000 cuss-poo- l. Surplus.. "-'-- - . ... ..... 1. .1 . - - W (small pieces of cork, etc.). Italance a cane on the back of n chair and wager anyone in the audience that you will make it fall without touching it, blowing on it or moving the chair. All you need do is to dry the card well before the lire, rub It vigorously with your sleeve and put close to one end of the cane, which will follow it as iron follows a magnet, until, having lost its equilibrium, the cane will fall to tlie floor. Churchman. . sealing wax, glass, sulphur or resin this card can attract light bodies s S.iinple Iloom In co :i, action 100 chickens. It Is gnanuituod. If, sfter using two think of a bottle, yon are not aatiaflcd with it m a euro for Cholera, return it to tho druggist from shorn you purrhnaod it, and hu will tef.ind your uioiioy. .i! ( r I are killed by MitTulvea lieforu tliuy aro jits. A oOcunt liotllu it enough for w." i. .. .'a sr r.J .v-rv.v.-z- no M WiEi IVCVl'CaVAVATC, Ma.n..- St. I. i W It Alto SKHoli.ru. iiruggoi, Star '.. r ! i t'. i ..M, , 'i- - ii li'.ua t . Pool and Billiard Parlors. :mi m j i. di. imrcis, Kentucky Central R.R. J"'"-- York, "JiL.ri: liHAHis uorTK nt u, MkI.i ii. IVir.l., I Urveund, Chita., Fii. 1 - - the Wen, New , govera-wenta- nd How One Purvty A -- m-iy in-t- it . i', f tf&X&rt' ea Duatli or it "SolillHi- - MotliHr." jut Hoa-toe- k, Chicago druggist has a pet cat. C1IIDCLE IN SFrCCT MAY 10,191. About a year ago it had three kittens, . 10. 1. and when they were old enough to lap,' .0 J -the milk was poured into au old mor-- 1 Basti-a'- s Daily. F.a. Sua. IU. Sua. ...a. tar, and the .f the three kittens I.ve CitvciDtuU ... I to a at, I n p n! I ta p took up all the space there waa. Scr- U Coviagtoa.... I.e Falmouth...... o 45 8 at, o axl p at, jooani tmv.. m. i..l n.r nw Saw Mill on the Sorner a si ra. i Lve )' P w oral times the old eat tried to get her m Pans pike, miles Iro'm tttfur niah7 any kind ofSlai'l-n- l and arp prenartd Art Lexingfsa .. 'it tto a at to sj p mt 7 o m nose into the mortar while her little to LUMBER, SHINOLES. Arr i ai it ., p jj at ll tlie lum. 7!ZZ77Z. ' '3 ones were feeding, but she foiuid that Ac . .at t LCnVKST PRICES. ...a will Kaa1aeaK laivn . ve Pant s . - w ms h II .. U...L.A.... ii tj p ra ai in i" m ti la at' she would have to push one of tho kit orr a trial inui or twuvcr, AVWOuD. KS Pa.toftce, N me ra1 1 55 l .c tens aside if she did bo. One day, she I will deliver lawed cheimut iluaglei at Sitan- Arr Hichmoad.... t JI P w Lancaster Arr i Arr Stanfcrd ; vtJry carefully and slowly pushed her ford or Rowland at it as per.M A B. BASTIN Kicruiioad ... Lve 3S paw between two of the kittens, touched Arr l.ivingun ... J'JP the milk gent-ly- , nnd then pulled out Middla.horo 1 ' p Co. Le her paw and licked the milk oil. She No. 4. Ne. . No. 6. kept tli is up for bomu time, until tho habit grow upon her, and now that the OF STANFORD, KV.. Lve Middlesburo Ml a at kittenb have become cats and emigratLe Liviailoa... 46 a at sg ' with Arr Richuvood..... ii it a at ed, bhe never laps the milk, nlwnys dip- It now fully organised and ready lor business it ping in her paw and licking it oil". Lve Maeford 7 oo a ia hi-ad- s ltpa iter 3111k. SPECIAL travelers Hones and irtulu bousilit and sold On.vtmt-cU- it horve.aud velucle used IU ljer a The Shortest and Quickest Rt ute from Central K unlucky to all points Korth ahs Bast, West and South-WeFas ;. STANFORD, KY. Line between Lexington and Olnda nntl. ATlrNTION t COMMERCIAL THKOl'uH TRAIN -- CINCINNATI TO MID mi m Waehuiitun, 111 Lett time In Richmonil. at ' n iffi v.r V 'nfn, rrai il.'arg, Shun n'kcM line ulkl.lIA. to 1 Itoslon, 1. r I. JBLI.IC ..il. .r .lerilcri ti r t ("h.Tt-- n o: ., Hirtnint out hAT)&9 tan BMkinii Jr,t t o'.t.ri n ia rn re n t ng ni". .. inn .1. sille, Aihcil',c, -- CCM.htl. Plll,l Mil S .lid Tr.iin, au;i l im L3is a ;v0 cart, ntnol 11 , r K 1' '' Saw Mill, 1 --- j - 1 I . j At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Cnlumbm, W, n 'U Ina. Cnarle.t., Aau.ta, .Man, 1,11 Brunswick, Lake City Thnsiuiville and I.nltl 1 AK()Li.A.S, - I I - ' The only Hit- runnina- sulid trains wn Pullman R.judoir or Palace Sleeping Cur. auntille willuxit entitle lor any - DA point. ' . 1 . e - . - i j I I 3- -r iota. Farmers Bank&Trast Noith-Hcun- d. Selnia and Montgomery, llui InviIIc, r, riurcncc, Mcmt.hi. and ARKANSAS " n Shorte.t arid .pn Vr t iw Auni.tn, i bi',. Bunt niir. limn made at M.i'. i'K v LEANS witlii jiiinio,. transfer lor st n llouiinn, Au.iiii, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. . ,.rg, The only throu.n hue t Jf kon and rt La., iiiaktn direi t 1. - tnns Mia. , hhr-v1 m 1 1 geraor ba;i'e clj. j ..si-- J. K. al without oniuil n transfer t. r Dallas t rt Austin, San Antoiiia, 1.1 Paso and poii.t-iu W rih, a TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. A Dcsporato Cliancii. -r PwiiraoXai:. Jo1-- a liussinn exile relates how ho onco saved himself by a desperate artifice. A police olllcial searched his houso for A Paid up Capital of Surplus, -- - - - $200,000. 15,000. r .! e-. $0VS -- 1 Tit-Bit- s. w. 1111.11 - j- - M - -- . 1 i.i.j.i d aaa a m -.-- - - V-- i.--t.- ..i i- --,- CIe3,:n'r par,W. S?VIGHAiI, Morelaud, Ky. AU the year UouutL the tame management. which meant serious danger to himself n Ily provitiont of its chaiter, ileoUore are as tv and his friends. Wherever he might fully protected at ate depositors in National being held Individually hide it, it seemed certain that it would Hanks, iu ihareholdera amount of their stock ot the the be found. Ho coolly handed tho docu- liable to at theextent alue theieot, in addition to the par aa therein nctat shares. It ment to tho olllcial, who scarcely amount inveited in such trustee, Ac, mayfully at as executor, admmiatrator, glanced at it, mid bunded it back. an individual To those who entrusted their buliiliess to us After tho most careful search tho ol the Lincoln ofilcial, his nose blackened with boot while iniiagini; here tender our.National llanK and many thankt Stanford, ewe and his hair decorated with feathers trust they will continue to transact their business guarantee for for ho had even examined tho stove- with us, offering at atwenty yean prompt atten-in experience tion to bamu.our pipe and the bedding departed banking and as liberal accommodations as lire continent with sound banking. DIKKCTORS: .lIlli'S of .Streets. J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon f Ium a3 in Tho total length of tho streets, ave.No Falmouth Accommodation ; leavra CincinJ, M. Hail, Slantord; nati 5 10 p. m. Arrive Falumuth 7 oj p m dally nues, bf'levards, bridges, quays and J.S. Owt'y, Stanford; except Sunday, thoroughfares of Paris is set down at No. 7 Leaves Falmouth 6 00 a tn. Arrive Cin S.J. Embry, Stanford;! 000 miles, of which nearly 200 aro cinnati 7 55 a m uany except similar. J.E. Lynn, Stanford; Wedge ville; No. ana 0 mane connections at Winchester for planted with trees. A. V. Carpenter, M pointt on the N, N. A: M V. R'y E I) No. 1 carries Ihrouifh cart rom Cincinnati to J. K.llaut'hman, Hustonville; Jlnijrrn Locomotives. Middlesborough and Cumberland (jap and all Inj. F.Cath, Stanford; SI ' , I "'"i JwaV icrmeuinte tiutmns unit runs iiniiy. In tho formation of a single locomoWilliam Gooch, Stanford, Ky. V. L MUNSON. Trav. Past. Agt., Cincinnati. Havintr removed my Rarber Shop to the Com tive steam onjrino there are nearlj 0,000 C. P. AT.MORE, S. K KNOTT, merclal Hotel, I am prbpared to accommodate laS.U. Shanks, President. pieces to bo put together, and theso reTraffic Manager. Ofn Pass. Agt. dles at well at gentlemen in anything they may J. U. Owsley,.Caihier Ueoeratollice, Louisville, Ky with in my line. Children alto waited on. Call quire to bo as accurately adjusted as the V. M Bright, Teller. S. F. H.MORSh, OenT PasiVr Agi JESSE THOMPSON, "anie. works of a watch. laCommercIal Hotel. J. H. Uaughrnan, General lTook.Keepe' OlTice Chamber of Commerce Building, Cincinnati SUCCESSOR u. TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OF STANFORD, papers. 1 hero was in his compromising possession a document, tho discovery of (Now closing up) with the same asseUaud under empty-hande- d. For through rat correct county nt tps and lun Lve Lancaster 7 jo a ns !:::v:.::::::::. tnlormatiuit cull 011 A ieiit .it Jun.uon C tv. Kv Arr Richmond., to 15 a ia oraddrcat rlt.VNK W" W HOI I.I.V, Tiav Pan Agt , I.eviiisi,in. Re Lve Richmond... ia 46 p ia 6 05 a nt D. MILLER, D. O I.DWAKDSi Arr Winchester.. ia 6 J5 a la 40 r, P. ,v T A.. IraHi.. M.uur , Arr Paris a ia JJ P ' 1 4) Clncir.nti, O Lve Ltxiugton ... a 00 p ra; 00 a 3 45 P nt Lve Pans .. a 45 V w 7 am 4 as R at Lve Falirouth.... 4 10 p in 9 ii a m. t jo p m 1 -Arr Covington. ... 5 40 p mjio 49 a 37 P rn Arr Cincinnati ... 5 jo p hi 10 55 a m 6 45 p ui On theMayiville 11 ranch. No 10, leaves Paris al 7 JSi a and Xo. at 6 ij, t in, arriving at Maysville al to 10, a ra, aad 8 y, ji m. No. 9 ! i leaves Maytville at j ra, arriving at Paris at 7 40, a in. N'o.it leaves Mivsville at jo and arrives at Pant at 4 10, p m. These trains arr daily except Sunday. No 1, dally tn all points oxceot Rowland Division, whuh i daily except Sunday No. 1 runs daily from Lexington to Cincinnati. No, 2 runs daily. No runt daily from all stations except the Rowland Division, which is daily except Sunday. No j daily except Sunday. No. 4 daily between Ciacinnati and Lexington No 41 Pans and Lexiiiifhin Accommodation daily. Leaves Lexington 10:00 a. in Arrhet Pans . . - ' 1 ..... i, i'pg m' -- 1 SWF Jim- - c. 1 -