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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892052401 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 1892 $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-WeeklVOL. XX. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAY 24. 1892. DANVILLE. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. NO. 25 .. ,ST A son of .Mr. William Atwood, nped Monday inorning Logtiti Powell Gen. Uano. of Texas, was huro on It. S. Crawford, attorney, attended Friday liW, looking halo nnrt lionrty. seven 12 years, living nenr Atwood's Oliapcl, court at Pineville last week. ornamental drunk wns iiifltnntly killed by a tree falling on Thu Junior Club wnn entertained by days. Several of our citizens were sumMr. Charles E. Kincald came over him in time of tlio heavy storm Thura- - moned to London, last week, as witneFs- MifH Florence Harris Monday evening. .Our stock of. . t !. O.. l...l. r mm . I u is Bum .1 iKit'iicou tin u uuuium tirom t. raiiKiuri cauiniay mm remained day. ts in the case of the Commonwealth vs. Jesse Drown died on Friday morn- - Detb Fuson for killing Law sou in this in Arkansas advised his pon to bo hou- - with the homo folks until Sunday even- iug nt 0:30 o'clock. He leaves a wife and county several years ago. The case was iBt and truthful and keep his hand on nK. At least 100 people went from Dan- - three small children and many relatives continued. his hip pocket. Lljut. Totten, of the nnvy, who ville to Iuisville Sunday on the base to lament his lo?i Jess was a man of K. D. Perkins and J. M. Mahan predicts that the world is coming to nn ,nll excursion. Both roads reduced the much energy, madoasplendid otlicer and (.pent last Wednesday night at Corbiu .We have. was universally popular, having many and while asleep some one rame in and to $1. end in four months, has applied for a fare for tlio round-triInj Mr. Joe Wright will soon begin friends among both parties. His loss attempted to rob them. Thev were cer- leave of nbsonco for six mouths. brick business- - I will be severely felt in the community, uinlv inexperienced hands as they onlv what portion of tho universe he expects building a two mouths is not house at Junction City and will enlarge Owinu to some peculiarities in his case took about S3 in email change from .Mr. to snend his extra bis store mil marble business generally. and from the fact that some other mem- - Perkins pockets and left about $20 in known. "Bob Jacob-",who won the $000 hers of his family are said to have been bills and after taking Mr. Mahnn'a pants If the Keutucky managers at the Columbian Exposition want to uet club purse at Louisville last week, was affected similarly, the profession gener- - from under his pillow, left SCO in them, In plain, platted, puff and neglige. The best stock of Summer Unahead of every State In the union, the sold two veins ago by Col. J. W. GueBt, ally and others were anxious to have a Tho gentlemen were very thankful to derwear in town. Scriven's Elastic Scam Drawers are the best. place on ex- of this county, to Charles Daugherty, for of his remain?, them for leaving them as thy did. , examination best thing they can do is to M. J. S. Steely, who has been The writer is informed that all of the Kentucky horse, 51,500. hibition the famous ly consented to It except one, who tending school at Georgetown, came The Hev. Dr. W. C. Young, presiJudge Morrow. Compared with him rocks, trees and ores will dwindle into dent of Centre Collegt, Danville, was objected, and it wasn't insisted ou. He home to attend tho commencement. elected Moderator of the Presbyterian was buried on Saturday at the family Mi-- s May Adams, of Mt. Vernon and iusignillcauce. of the General Assembly at Portland, Oregon, burying-grounnear Brush Creek Bap- Miss L. M. Myers, of Woodbine, were Felix McGlenuon, author Collars, Cuffs and Half Hose. We have added a line of church, a large number being pres- the guests of Mrs. J. L. Whitehead durproducod another' over nine competitors tist eong, "Comrade," has Prof. Hubbard, of Centre College, ent. ing school commencement. Misses entitled, "Mock Not tho Old and Early Friday morning a well dress- Ciemma and Diora Mahan, Nettio Chris-ma- n, mualc is something like preached at the 1st Presbyterian church The Bettie Smith and Messrs. E. J. Comrades," but the poetry is peculiarly Sunday in the absence of the pastor, ed man drove up to It. T. Pierce's store ead. He admonishes people generally Kov. 12 M. Green, who is attending the in a buggy, dismounted, entered, intro- Smith, W. W. Hines, Dil Lyter aud wife, a Mr. of Jellico, F. F. Walker nnd AdamSiier, All new and the latest styles. Remember that Thomas Emmcrson's to make no game of the old and feeble, Southern General Assembly of his duced himself to Mr. Pierce as White, of Mt. Vernon, and agent for the of Lot. Mlsie8 Lucy Brockt Lucy JoncB( children church at Hot Springs Ark. Sons' Shoes are the best. for when they are old their Van Pelt informs the Ilockcastle Seminary lands. He claim a L'zzte Faris, Dora Faris, It. R. Rowling, may do thu same. &c It Is singular that those who aspire Is'TKition Jorit.v.M. that next Monday, boundary of 2,500 acres, located some Prof. James A. Yates, of London, were and n noug tho many visitors that attended to the position of law makers, profecs to memorial day, at 3 o'clock, the soldiers' where near the line between Casey for have n wonderful respect for the wishes graves in the cemetery will bu decorated. Adair and donated to Rockcastle tie closing exercises of the Baptist Inariol stitute. Mr. James Francisco spent Inet Mr. Van Pelt always superintends these hchoal purpoies by a liberal-of the people prior to an election, but Legislature a century ago. Mr. Wtite week at his old home, Brodhead. Mr. when onco comfortably seated in their dccorntioiiK and sees that the graves of is apparently a young man, and perhaps George T. Bowron nnd wife, of Barbour-villnot only cease to enru the Confederates are abo decorated. olllclal positions, Doe Coulter, a small boy, was j ilknl does not remember the experiences of are visiting Mrs. A. J. Curd, Mrs. for tho opinions of those who placed evening on tho charge of agents and attorneys in endeavoring to Bowron's mother. Miss Peky Herman, lis- Thursdav o them In powei, but are unwilling to similar claims in past times, of London, was the guest of Mifs May ten to suBestlons as their duties. It is breaking into Tom Cosby's store at resurrect Anotlur small boy The writer v ell remembers, ami he is Moore at the Williamsburg hotel last like pouring water on the back of a duck Junction City. Kentucky U'isla-tur- o named Hoeker, a white boy, implicated i corroborated in his recollections by week. to oiler ndvict' to tho Mr. Thomus Wash, who recollects everyOur townsman, Mr. G. A. Denham, in regard to the propriety of its in the s une transaction, was sent by the Has a Complete Stock of of thing thai has occurred for the past goes to Louisville with 13 instructed Junction City authorities to a house before it. completing the btiMiit-aud Hoeker three or four centuries, that Mr. Robert votes for dalegato to the National Conhas returned correction. Both Coulter Mrs. 1). M. M. Bradley about 4' years ago became vention at Chicago. There are severfrom Louisville. Mrs. Woodson Ballou belong at Junction City, A wiM rumor is atloat that Berry the attorney for some heirs of an ancient al candidates in the Held, but none of : : Friday. Miss Mol-li- e visited Mrs Lackey Smith, of Hichmond, is visiting Mint Kelley has gone oil" on "a bridal tour' laud claim, we believe it was railed tiie them have done more for the success of "Walton claim," for a number of thou4s the party and wo feel confident if the Kate Walden. W. II. Kinnalrd has re- - witn tlio wile ol nuns mown aim nas (Mondayi been absent a week. nun acres onatui, sal.t to he locate.i "' delegate at the State convention will ..rnu.l frmu Mld.llfiibnro. Misses Altie now lr consider how much and long he has Marksbury and Mary Miller, accompa- - Willis complained to his friends several Washington and Marion counties. L. weeks ago that Barry was poachinc on urauiey went mere to prosecute mo w.orkL.(i 1L.ro jn tlt. midst 0f 8UC, over. nled by Messrs. J M. Farm and J. claim for his clients, but was under the w,emug republican majority, for the Anderhon, attended the base ball at his domestic preserves, but was advised necessity of nuking quick time to safer hUCCe63 0f democracy, thev will bestow Stanford Friday. Mrs. Dr. Colson is vis-- to let him poach, as such a woman was All localities. The country may have oil-- uponhIm th, ,lonor ,ie Mks, He ,ias Iting relatives in Lancaster. Mrs. Anna! not worth raising a row about. vanced In civihz ition aud we do not pr- -. been a llleinbor of ti,0 Stato executive less colored. M. Letcher, of Xicholasville, is visiting j parties more or Danville friends havereceived hand-ha- diet that Mr. White will meet with any f.nmm!t,e(, for fleveral vears aud durlne DEALER IN : Mrs. 11. M. Owsley. Gordon Grainuer rough times, but we do bilieve he is on this entire time lie has never ceased to returned to Princeton, X. J. Mr. comely printed Iiivititions to the mar a dull hunt, though his claim no doubt labor to get the party organized and in and Mrs. James Wager are visiting their riage at the First Baptist church, daugh-ma- u would have been all right if prosecuted good working order. lie has done his Mrs. Claude Tultle, at Slier-- ton, Ky., June 1st, of Miss Nellie, tor of Mr. ami Mrs. Bate Washington, at the proper time. The donations for duty in the pjst well and judging from Tex. school purposes have generally met with that we could not have a better man to AND PROMPTLY DONE. There is universal sorrow in the to Mr. Harry Major. Mrs. misfortunes in Keutucky. According to help nominate a ticket than Mr. G. A. ton, as Miss Mattio Helm, was a at the death of our esteemed "STAll work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty . history at the hands of the writer at Denham. .Sherman Hnreldon, at French girl in Dm ville ami graduated in the a ' I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods present, the foundation of Mr. While's The commencement exorcises of the Lick Springs, Ind., on the 21st Inst. His same class with Miss Eliza Thomas, Mis claims are as follows: In 179S the Ken- - Williamsburg Institute began last Wedmind has been impaired forsome months Klii Jackson and other Danville people ' .....1... ... ....Inm flm ll.lllll. nesday afternoon with the little folks. ai.tnnd he went to Indiana with a not now remembered. fit of Franklin, Silem ana Kentucky The court house was packed and the view Jo the improvement of his health; ' A ftoiili.fiiii... CHURCH AFFAIRS. . .. . . ...- - , w,,. ..v.wU....v ft fWl uipi.a .mnli nf tlifl mllllu eiuiilreii showed the careful training but almost immediately upon his arrival, in isvo they had received from the hands of mmisot me uomtnonweaiiu. Rev. I. s. MoEiroy is holding, a in a lit of Insanity, ended his life by and 1S0S similar acts were passed and their teacher, as was evidenced throughHe was a man of generous ing at Hopkinsuille Wednesday Rev A. V. Sizemore will preach at extended to all the counties in the State; out the entire exercise. instincts aud true nobility of character, - "reaehersvillo next Sunday at 3J o clock. and within '0 yean from the date of tho evening the intermediate department was a consistent member of the Preslie Thursday The Southern Presbyterian Church first act, the sime amount of lands wore gnte their entertainment. bjteiian church and respected ami be n remis- - donated with like provisions to other evening the young idled of the reports ul,Ul collected tor homo lived by all who knew him. ills couuttes name I, embracing Lincoln f Monday and were eions during the year. Society gave an open Fission, mains reached hereon The which most of tlio young men pronoune Rockcastle. Caey aud others. Joe Severance, Jr., preached at Intirreil in the LuicaMor cemetery uncounty courts of the several couuties ed t(U byat o M t.NpeL.iniv t10 lic,in Garinnl county, Sunday, aud der tho supervision of tint Knluhts of to locate, Imv survey weiv and for Pythias and Masonic fraternities of those who heard him say he acquitted ed authorise! of the public domain, of the "Ten Virgins" by ten young ladiis and patented, Friday evening himself handsomely. all dressed in white. which he was a member. 'CatorlaUsowelldaptdtocUIlJrenthat I Cintorlr cures Colic, Constipation, Rev. A. V. Sizemore will preach the 0W0 acres each for seminary purposes, was the commencement proper, vhen Diarrhoea. Kructatlon, I recommend Itassuperiortoany prescription I Sour Btouiacli, and Springs Han. commencement sermon of the Female and all such lands were exempted from the exercises consisted of essays by .Miss Slaughter, the Merchant WonMighci BletfIi ttud promotes di I II. A. Ancncn, 31. D., known to mo." eestionr the wldeawnke College at the Bapti&t rhuich next Sun- taxation. "But by subsequent injudic- Xellie Adkins. Mrs. Mollie Meadoraand 1). . Slaughter, 1 Without injurious medication. 111 So. Oxford St., Brookljm, N, Y, lousnmi unwise acis, me Orchard merchant, had an immense day morning. Crab 0rttt0ll8 i,v (j. s. mid It. I. Wilson, C. Tns Centacr Companv, T7 Murray Street, X. Y. LaWlj0n'Bn(1 A. s. IVjlry j.iterepeised business during tho week just ended nnd A quarrel among the brethren of allowed to be sold by county authorities; aud the proceeds of sales in the hands with quartets by Movrs. Wood, JoueP, d, be Is more than ever convinced that the the Methodist Church South of ' a good, reliaand West Virginia, has ended in the of lust End people appreciate Parker and Gibs n. There were 373 entru&teeships, were prodigally expended rolled this year. The endowment has by their liberal pa- burning of thu churuh cditlue. ble buslncnH man tronage they have given him. During The Christian Endeavor Society lias and squandered in every conceivable been raised from 520,000 to $50,000. A. C SINE J N.MENEI"K week his cash sale ran up to more decided to establish a hotel at Chicago to wav " Some counties have entirely lost There have been eight new rooms lidded the than 5"00 and the ek before was near- W()t j?iio0000o, to be named the Hotel view of their proceeds; in others they to the original building this year, so we no iook hi Endeavor and accommodate especially are neglected and perhaps in some they ly as giod. Besides the casii, think the trustees can congratulate nearly $100 in country produce. On tlioe of the members of tho Association are still held for use. What glorious themselves on a successful year's work. IET old school fund mir Saturday ho received another large con- who may vitdt tlio city. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. signment of groceries nnd general supThe conferences of the African Meth- Commonwealth would have if our legisand his storo on that day was a odist Episcopal Church nnd the African lators and other ollicors had been wbo, plies Miss Hallie, a daughter of Bishop scene unequalled outside of the cities. Methodist Episcopal 'Aon Church havo or even honest aud faithful to the trusts Thomas U. Dudley, will marry Tevis Four clerks and the versatile proprietor decided on the union of tho two church- reposed in them. We fear our public Goodloe, son of the late Judge J. K. Rough and Dressed Lumber,' Lath, Shingles. Mouldings, Hrackets were keiit busy from early morn till late es. The consolidation will be known as functionari?s will havo a terrible ordeal Goodloe, in July. goods and selling them the African-Zioto pass through when brought before and Verandah Work. Methodist Episcopal at night opening Tho Advocate mentions tho mar1,000,000 tho bar of judgment, when the ignorant, riage of Richard H. Carter, formerly of nearly as fast as the- - were nrougiu mio Church ami will represent AITID children of Kentucky the hoiifo He is still selling 21 pounds members. The action was subsequently flaxen-head- ed Hustonville, to Miss Drusa Ware, of packall their chargas shall appear with reconsidered. of granulated sugar for SI and five Washington. The bride is tho pretty The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Rev. George O. Barnes is drawing against them. In conclusion, we would daughter of Mr. II. N. Ware, formerly of ages of Arbucklcsconeo for the same - - money. His prices in all departments large and interested crowds to tlio court- mildly remark, that we have the author- Rowland. Office wondrously low and how ho manages house twice daily. He has lost nono of ity of'oue who was for many years counare hardly a to sell standard goods so cheap is the his eloquent and magnetic power, while ty clerk of our county that was in ofmany claim that his sermons are better county court passed while he talk of tho town. Besides conducting bis mammoth than ever. A number of people have fice but what land was sold, called semmercantile business, Col. Slaughter has confessed aud many have been aunoint-o- J inary lands, at public outcry. But where answers for bodily healing. The services will are the proceeds? spent a good deal of his time at Green B fROYALKl'MJ "Whar?" Springs, and has succeeded in get- go on at least till next Sunday. Briar ting the grounds and buildings of that GHAB ORCHARD. C. O. Porter, tho well known Louissummer resort popular and THE BEST ville retail milliner, is dead. McClure & Holdam have opened a in splendid shape for this season, which Dr. W. D. Caldwell, of tho noted good livery stable In Crab Orchard and ho intends to make the grandest yet. be the opening day and al- family of that name, died in Louisville, ask a share of tho trade. Rites reaAm-able- ; Juno IS will Thursday night, aged 7o. He was a feed 2ot ready communications are pouring in, He has leading Baptist, a good man and the for rooms, rales, etc. nsking There was blooming in Pasadena, in Jellerson largest individual been too busy to prepare his circular, county. Cal., a week ago, a gold of Ophir but will have it in the hnnds of the -- Capt. Frank Harris has received ina climbing variety, with Cheapest The printer in a few days. Tho road to telligence of tlio death of his grand- roses an I buds on it. This curiosity was been greatly improved mother, Mrs. Irene Buell, who raised Green Briar has described at length by Mr. T. It. Walton and the ride from ,Crab Orchard to tho him. She was .)3 years of age and acmore space than any Paint mixof the cording to thu papers of Marietta, O., in Iris excellent California letters several LION PAINT will cover one-hal- f Springs will herealter bo one of a several where most of her long life was spent, years ago. is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Accept no substied by hand and many pleasant features Hhe was n most woman, rePeyton Brooks attempted to get liCream or Tatter U iking Powder Iliehcn ol tute. Good Agents wanted. Manufactured by weeks' stay at popular Green Briar. be taining her fine remarkablequalities nnd United Staet mental cense at Mnysville, to marry the widov all in Itaxjninc stren(?ih Where health and happiness can Government Feed Herort, bodily strength to the last. She was a LION PAINT & COLOR WORKS, LEXINGTON, KY., . found, was refused as tho ROYAL IIAKING POWDER CO . finely educated woman and for many ol his own son, but o Wall street, Ncv York.' "Where joy pervaues uio imnuai-uj-iA. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. law does not permit such uuions, j ears was a school teacher. mound. work-lioii9o ' YOU SHOULD SEE - 1 1 1 1 i Gents' Furnishing Goods. two-stor- y EVERYTHIN G IN SHIRTS, " post-morte- at-fai- n ELEGMT LIRE RECKWEER, i h d o Ha 'Si Post-Mast- er SBVBRAlSrOB SON". h e, W.B.picRDBBRTS, i i j Druggist and Jeweler, i DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, WALL PAPER, ' 1 1 ROBT. FENZEL s , Irving-daughte- r, WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY 1 j Washing-communitschool-citize- y n, ....I-l......- ... . - ' meet-drownin- j 1 Adel-phia- ' An-tioc- h, i Infants Children. i '"", a ; Glen-woo- g SINE & MENEFEE, ought-to-bo-prou- d DBAI.BES SESIi DOORS END BLUSDS. WXB,E n WOVEIT SLAT FENCU." Stanford, Ky. and Yard Depot Street, Iho THE SlON A aesRPw well-know- n KfisiPjl Paint MADE. Best is the IS tax-pay- rose-bus- h, POWDER Absolutely Pure IlIlfflRfM i . i . ' .. x 'K'. i Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal May 24, The Louisville Tost says that nine-tent- hs of tho people hnvo made up their minds that Cleveland should bo nomina- Stanford, Ky., W. IP. WALTON. THE 14 J . ffr PEOPLE'S CHOICE. ted and to ignoro their demand means 1S92 disister and to defy it destruction, and adds: "Were the lines of conflict left to us we would place them differently, but in tho present situation public party sentimtnt cannot be disregarded, and to refuse to nominate Sir. Cleveland would produce infinitely worse danger than any that can or will come from his nomination." The Post has been against Cleveland, but it is not guilty of that worse than foolishness kicking against the pricks. y. E ( - Democratic Convens of or! the nominee must get nil the votes. Tina insures nn almost unanimous nomination and ives the Theparty a man upon whom all can unite. Is Rocoivin? His Wm. Knight, for the murder of SecGen. Trncey, a warm friend of Cleve- tion Boss Miko Shea, was hanged at hud, has tabulated the returns from the Rolling Fork, Miss. If it is nny comStates that have held conventions and fort to his friends hereabouts or elsefigured on the result of those yet to hold where, we will state that he met death and ho is very sanguine that tho Goods Warranted and a Pcrlcct Fit Guaranteed. Give mc call. bravely. will be.noraiuHted on the 2d States and Territoballot: Thirty-tw- o "Hub" Collins, the noted second- votes, to 1S5 against l team, baseman of the Brooklyn ries give him 415 died in Brooklyn after a short illness of Of Stanford. Our facilities in the him. Of tho IS States yet to epeak the John I'. McLean, in a card to his paHe was reared in market for buying gives us a hold general calculates that his man will get per, the Cincinnati Enquirer, addressed counting Kentucky's, 90 votes, not Louisville and spent two seasons with to the politicians of Ohio, says in italics that few merchants possess. Havwhich are sure to go to him. This would that under no circumstances will he go the club there. give Mr. Cleveland within 90 votes of Terrible destruction has been done ing seven stores, two competent One of the largest and most complete stocKs of McnV, Hoys'Jand to Chicago as a delegate, either at large on the first ballot and by earthqnnke shocks in Trans Caucasia buyers and the cash, enables us to the nomination Children's or district. The further announcement on the eecond a practically unanimous nnd several villages have been destroyed. buy cheap; no matter how large Enquirer has no candidate, but Twenty-seveThe general's estimates thut the nomination. 1 persons were killed at ono will do all it can to elect the man nomithe lot is, we buy it and at our place nnd tho largest buildings of the appear conservative enough and wo hope nated for president by the democrats, is own price. Our Eastern buyer and believe he iB right. village were wrecked. rather in the nature of news Hill was Ever broughtjto the East End of the county. Also a arge and well Ark., Friday sent us a lot of Near Humphreys, The State convention ought to instruct the Enquirer's man till he fell in the night, on irregular passenger train and assorted stock of Custom-Mad- e and Eastern for Cleveland and require the delega- censomme and if chat paper gives its a freight persons are collided. Lleven tion to vote as a uuit, since more than unqualified support to any democratic reported killed and 14 are missing; IS s of the democrats of the candidate, it will do more than it ever were injured. Tho wires are down and State are for him, but we expect the re- did before. no details can bo obtained. For both ladies and gentlemen. Call and examine our stockj' before sult will be about as follows: Cleveland Near Sanford, Fla., robbers boarded The separate coach bill having passed the strongest terms, will bo endorsed in purchasing your Spring Goods. a Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Carlisle will be recommended and a both Housep, tho signature of Gov. train and while trying to rob the exdelegation favorable to Cleveland sent Brown is alone necessary to complete tho press car killed Messenger Saunders and As it has not an With instructions to close them without instructions. If good, reliable, job of badly wounded Soliciting Agent I. M. represpnt emergency clause, and as bills without conservative men are named to out at manufacturers' first cost. Cox. No money was secured. Kentucky, they are sure to stand for it do not go into effect till 90 days nfter M. J. Carey, a lunatic from LouisPrices on them 25 and 35 cents. final adjournment of tho Legislature, Mr. Cleveland m loni as there is a the the prospect is at the, rate it is going that ville, in the Anchorage Asylum, was Every pair worth twice the monchance for him, and not let him be will hardly live to killed by Attendants Ellis and Buchrtn-n- ey. knifed because the politicians, who can tho infants of If your boy needs a pnir of in an attempt to subdue him. They see it go into effect. We think tho law nobusa him, have willed it. is n mistake, and said so repeatedly, but broke nearly every bono in his body. Knee Pants, buy them this week, They are in jail nt Louisville. as the lot we have will only last alarm-in- s if might makes right wo must be wronjr, The Medical Kecord makes the A Boston paper printed by negroes about one week. s since tho majority is bo large against us, there are 100,000 statement thtt During the year i8;J I shall keep constantly'on sajs certain negroes of Boston and in the United States at work on the hand1 a full and complete stock of The "sweet girl graduates" at Mt. Au- Cambridge are taking lessons in dynahuman system and that colleges are burn Seminary, Cincinnati, number 13, mite bomb making to preparo themturning them outU the rate of 5,000 a selves to make a dynamite expedition In assorting our year. The reason that so mnny go into and to show their disregard of the as to that number, they gave South unless the lynching of negroes I e only one the profession is that it la the that a man can geas good pay for mak a banquet in Parlor 13 of tho Grand Ho- Btopped. It ia now estimated that at least 25 ing mistakes as not. A large majority tel, on Friday, the 13tb, at which there were 13 waiters, who served 13 courses. persons were drowned by the Hood at of those who call themselves doctors My sto?k of are venal frauds and cbnrlatans who The superstitious will watch the course Sioux City, Iowa. The damage to prop ought to be doing time in the peniten of the young ladies and if one of them erty may exceed $2,000,000. The Egyp- Wc found 25 J dies or suffers from any cause, they will tian loveo has broken, Alexandria, Mo., tiary. wnicn we nave piaccu on saic ai attribute it to the fatal 13. is under water nnd 11,000 acres of wheat Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure mv customer nf our The announcement that Gen John B. flooded. prompt service, low charges and courtecuj treatment; Mr. Thomas EiTnEU through jealousy or because Castleman will retire from tho ChairThe flood damage from St. Louis to Daltoii in charge A. K. PENNY. he knows there is no chance for Carlisle, Cairo Is estimated at $11,000,000 and manship of the State Central Committee, Senator Blackbcrn is for Gorman and still another rise of the waters is coming. will be received by every true democrat with sincere regret. He has done his' Boies, and has made a bet that they will The Hooded territory is put down at duty to the party nobly and given his make the ticket. The Senator has also square miles and owing to the latevaluable time without stint to make its come to his senses on silver and says he ness of tho season it cannot be planted The Suits must be closed out at organization complete an I effective. does not now want n free silver coinage this year. plank. once and if prices will be an in-- 1 W,e hope he may be induced to change County Judge Lane, of Cass county, ' .Dealers In. hSk mind, as he is too good a man to bo Mo., who is in jail at Kansas City, has ducement to make them go, try TnE democratic convention for the Legislature by us and you will surely buy. spared from the position that he has nominated in South Carolina denounced Grover been filled with distinguished credit and nbil- tho democrats of his county, in recogniCleveland and resolved in favor of the " Any tiling on the Odd Coun ity. of his refusal to levy a tax for bonds scheme of the alliance peo tion a railroad that was never built, ter will be sold at cost. can afford to be voted to The Cleveland men were largely in ple. The and for which contempt of court he is thVmajority in tho Virginia conven-- t denounced by such visionary and mis- serving a prison term. Hard- -, Oueen- -, Tin-a- nd Glassware. tion, but for the sake of harmony permit- guided individuals, calling themselves Iu its issue of the 20th the Baltited the opposition to divide the delega- democrats. more Manufacturers' Record reports the with them. tion for the pass. He's following new enterprises in Kentucky: Gov. Hill, but let that : Senator Daniels and Corbin are thenntis not in and never was. ' A SoO.OOO mining company at Middles-boro- ; it and Basil B. Gordon and John Goode a 25,000eoap company at Newport; u $15,000 tobacco manufacturing the Cleveland men. The platforrr inNEWSY NOTES. Every lady buying Si o's worth company at Covington. dorses Cleveland's Administration, pro-- Six inches of snow fell at Hanover, of goods or over this week will reEGGS tests against centralization of power and To the Trustees and Teachers of Lincoln favors revision of tarill laws and aboli- N. H., Friday. ceive one of our Elegant From the follow Injf unJar.l County. White . ..varietlei Little Mrs. Tom Thumb had all her ... CTnrhina fn. k.n... tion of the internal revenuo system. Kocke Tliwkint ir,?.. ivlii ' ","" Below will bo found a statement of theatrical effects and wardrobe attached - hnu?ht out the Jewelry llivirii,lUnd ol W it the districts and number of pupils re Mi K In rt. the dnircui. I ant v'.meout otocl. The Jessamine Journal eayij that the at Salt Lake for debt. : ninif 01 it I u "I rjttomakr i.ri f r an W liw lo.tm AWS, LencMtcr, Ky. s attempt to make it apM. Kouleze foucht four duels on the ported to tlio State for tho same, for the lii.t All gowli nrtin ally that county instructed for Car- 18th, near Paris, and wounded each of echool year undine Juno 30, 1S03. In pear that Free of Charge. some instances it will be seen that there lisle is a failure. The resolutions only his men, one smuusly. TO is a sliirht dilTerenco in trustees' report commended Mr. Carlisle aud no instrucMrs. Walter Damrosch, who is n ,or Thc Ccn,ral Kentucky Hedje Remember this offer is positivetions of any kind were given. We sus- daughter of Secretary Blaine, ha3 added and the ono sent to the State SuperinFelice Ui.. ol Ljncatter, and the tendent, owing to the fact that clerical ly for U,h rny.tlf an,! ,he Con.junyoffer the ciliVcnfSr is known that a girl baby to the family. pect that when the truth io this weijk only. I.lncolr. county. I am very thankful for th hUr counties reported as outrag- errors had crept in, which is frequently many of the other Charles Turner for brutally al pairona, recelve.l and hope by (air de.Hn merit a continuance. Farmeri in nd for him, did just as Jessi-min- ing two little colored girls, was given a the case, such mistakes occurring princiinstructed Just received 100 pairs of the ocrCoty-Cour- t1 pally in those districts which were not dy"" " '" S" ES Tho Journal is red hot for Cleve- life sentence at Mt. Sterling. redfstricted. I found wheu I undertook Celebrated Edwin Clapp M. W. JOHNSON. """ The fire in the Oswego milling and to rediBtrict that it was more than could land and opposes Mr. Watteraon as elavator district, left only one elevator be done Inst winter, so will finish up by delegate to tho Chicago convention. TIIH STANFORD- standing. The total loss is now estimat- nest census rtport, when there will be HAND-MAD- E A. O. Holf-ma- ed Buo. ItoiiKirra saya that no necessity for serious mistakes. at $450,000. Co. Thoroughly Repaired on Shortof Hart, is not a delegate to the WHITE. Henry Hall, a relative of the notoNo. No. No. No. So. est Notice. republican convention and is only guil- rious Talton Hall, shot and killed his No. Pupils. Dit't. Pupili. DU't. Fupils ted in about ty of a technical violation of tho law brother, John, in Letcher county. They Dis't. 4 dar.j the W.Ve'rV'laut .SSfi'f! For men, in all styles; every pair 46 .... 4 13 44 .... 91 .48 45 3 2 against opening other people's registered quarreled over r. game of cards. - 45 In order to place Individual Price $5, Dongola warranted. contract! in .,i 46 49 ....113 71 3 anie for Water and Electric I kht l"e Company letters. Well, Samivil, have it youj:., .. 69 3. 47 .100 4 In the Perry county, Ark., jail, s6 offert the following I:::::: 03 and Kangaroo. l8e 49 5 mis.Seceuary water pip,. w,n De laid, way and treat. We do not wnnt to S Charles Stewart, underarrestof attempt3; 50 ..... 57 139 connected to maim at actual coet lor 3 40 5 - 55 represent any of your republican friends. ed criminal assault, killed Deputy Sher1 Hectnc wire, put in ami n,ce,.?y Our Dry Goods and Furnishing 8 3 5 .102 nihed freeot han't. '"""" tur- 3 53 59 30 - 47 iff Tom Holmes and was Ivnclied. 9 lobe of - t qualiiv- and p,.,nn...... .. . u Departments are brimful of liar- 01 10. 105 " 3'. ' iojho atUlaction. In addition to predicting that George Dealer In At Lyons, X. Y., Oliver Curtis Per- 90 at 33 - 67 II gains. If you need anything in f Denny will bo governor of Kentucky ry, the iN'ew York Central train robber, -- 30 93 13....... 85 Jt pe,;otVoh1.pu,,euJ.,i;, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, .110 xi vi - 47 3 withiu 10 years, Bro. Sampson, of tho hai been sentenced to the penitontiary 3$ our line it will be money in your 78 75 14 Schedule of Yearly Water ... 00 100 Confectioneries, Ac. Barbourville Herald, gets excited and for 49 years and three mouths on foil Rates. .... 39 pockets by buying from us. r 16. 137 51::::: ...9 ... 33 ...... loo declares for Heed for president. If the indictments. a firtt clan baker and pan turnitb Dwelling of j rooms, one faucet ila with him 7 4? : l?.n.i ti.l.l..iAHni ... 75 S 55 oo SI read, Cake and the like oil ihnrt notice. $7 30 73 young man keeps on thus reckleesly it S hach additional faucet - J4 Oj 40 The Mercer democrats resolved that 19 - 9 I oo Sure i, lUnks and I'fJvate OfflV'riaucet" 4 4 Jo.... 71 will devolve upon his friends to restrain Hon. J. B. McCreary, by his able ... 37 S6 course, 500 private, one lancet. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Falls Branch Jellico Goal Oo. Uaths,attuchnirnt foriprinkier"' at 43 3 co Iliwe him on n writ de lunatieo inquirendo. ..4tfl deserves to receive tho nomination from Total number oi Pupils,.....-.- .. ........ - 5 " Stables, private, ono animal.. Minen and thipper of the GENUINE 3 09 COLOIIEI). "" fcach additional animal Hon J. A. Si'llivan', of Richmond, tho 8th Congressional dihtrict without No DU't. No. Pupils. Branch Stores; No DU't. No PuplU. opposition. did not enter the race for district delei Electric Light Rates. ..315 Paris, Ky.; At San Antonio, Tex., Gabriel LewI ,.IOO ; - are tho iole npenti for Manford and 0 Try it. i'"or commercial me: gate till a late day, but bin support is j Depot street and railRowland. Office corner ol is, n prominent broker, formerly of LoV Cynthiana, Ky.; 47 "perr".'.1.!!1.:1.:.:.6 '3 road crossing. '' '"""""nt lamp quite flattering. There will be a pretty 4 13 IIICGINS AJWATTS. 6 ' For i6 c. p. each between him, Spotawood and gan county, Ky., killed himself and his r:.':::"::::::::::ifs Carlisle, Ky.; IJHttllMMHl 01 race" 6 wife is dying from tho shock. He had .. 71 lVlMMHMUMINM 4' ,7 ; 6 .' Rodes. ?::::::: j 7 93 ..71 Versailles, Ky.; been gambling. ; I 117 9 11 For Residence Use: In an oncounter between Doputy Total number of puplU... Mt. Sterling, Ky.; "The .Evening World, Thomas II. Tor 1st 16 c. n Incondejcent W. F McCLARY, Co. Supt. lamp pcr mo lias been enlarged mid the United States Marshal E. L. Drako and ..' 1. Stark, editor, to Mauckport, Indiana. " i 45 JLots " 4th " " announcement Is made that it will here two horse thieves near Deep Fork, O. T., J. S. Pkak and Mis? Fannie Oaks wero ' Main office Louisville, Ky. 35 republican paper. the latter were killed and the former a- - niarriffl yesterday at tho bride's father'), For each additional ,, be a straight-ou- t 5 corporate limits o Rowland. after In.ihe ForlurUi 30 information, apply t0 tally wounded. is rapidly gaining in public favor. A. HAYS, It uenr Walnut Flat. H. J. DARST, Rowland. 6 J W " I.v the National two-third- It is now statod by a Olaino man that the secretary and tho president are on the most friendly terms and if Harrison can make sura of the nomination Mr. Itlaine will not be a candidate. If the 75 votes necessary to make Harrison's calling and selection sure are forthcoming before the convention, Blaiuo will not enter the fight, but if they are not he will enter the ring with n hurrah and carry on" the prize on the first ballot after bis name is put before the convention. But this is not likely to occur. The president is about as sure as shot of the nomination. Blaiuo and A'gar is tlit? cry of the men. Tho Louisville races proved both a finaucial and a eporting failure. werodrowft-oFifteen whileattempt ng to cross the bay of Port Philip, in Australia. Tom Young, of Owensboro.is under arrest for tho murder of his wife, who was found in tho river. Sunday was Monday, May 23d, at Melbourne, Australia, and at 10:01 o'clock Frederick B. Deeming, tho wife murderer, was hanged. The Brazilian war ship, Sollmoes, was wrecked in Capo Santa Maria and 123 men, including tho captain, were drowned. But five persons were saved. Davis P. Davis, who has been Mr. Alonzo D. Burt s assistant, has been appointed superintendent of tho 5th railway mail district, with Fred Burr, assistant. Mr. Burt resigned to take a better job. d PRICES TEIX WANTED. Five Thousand Ladies & Gentleman from Stanford Ad 1 The Tale. That's why everybody concedes the Lincoln County to call and examine tho handsomest mt cheapest Una of WALL TAPER ever offered to the people of Central Kentucky At A. E. GIBBONS1 DANVILLE, KY. He can alio furmih you the belt PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, Ac, nt low at any wholesale house in the State. I'rople desiring to do their own werk can always Jo better by getting advice from n experienced and practical man, and Oct your Combinations Complete nnd Save Money. Louisville -- Store Bargain Spring & Summer Goods House baso-bal- typhoid-pneumoni- JUST RECEIVED, C1LOTHING f) nine-tenth- Boys' Knee : Pants 8S.fcfc.oes A. R. law-makin- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. to-da- y n '" PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER, nloc-tor- 1 Drugs and Paints, Oils, IVIen'sSuitSl& Stationery. uteoncofakind,;WATCIXES lliSf ToiletArticles Glass, Books, & JDSWJSkRTr CLOCKS ODD GOUNTER I FARRfS & HARDIN, sub-treasu- Staple & Fancy Groceries Lamps. "ytli . State-at-larg- e FREE! FREE! Just Received a Beautiful Line Chamber Sets and Did Yoa 11 n-l- Mice It 7 FOR HATCHING 1 Courier-Journal'- Shopping Baskets, III Engraved FreeofCharge THE FARMERS. T Watches, Clocks e. SHOE Jewelry Water, Light -- and Ice aftw?,rKVrto 1 B. H. DANKS, .y J:-::- - MiammafKa b- 33-- .. 15- Jiz . (So Original Jellico Coal. V- 1 C- - M7rTnHl7r.V."i:-uV""""-- -- ..-- For Sale "" Twenty Building 1 Manager. HAYDEN.Sup' t, &c ,U i. v -- Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Caluounia peaches below cost at K. B. I it W. II. WeareaV. on Main Stanfokd, Kv., May 24. 1892 acres Foil Sale. llesidenco ami lot of street. W. 1 Walton. i.c. Walton, bus. Manager MEANS BUSINESS. nt V. B. lH'. Tiik net Indebtedness of tho "city" of Middlesboro is $171',Ot3.47, or about $172,093 more than tho whole shebang is worth. :r jp p 4 Ai' Tiik commencement exercises of ChrisAnd all Mid Summer Dress Goods at tian College, Hustonville, will occur on Misses Hebekah Cook nnd Enukavinh beautifully nml nrtJsticnlly Jtino.Sth. Ethyl Wright nro the graduates. dono at A. 11. Penny's. .m Bm your books nml Mibool supplies of I.. n'l kinds from A. It. Tunny. Read that dog ordinance in another Have your watch, clock and jeweiry column nnd either put n registered collar The Cqrnmcnccment season is here and you must dress for the ocrepair .it A. It. Penuy's. All work on vour dog or let tho marshal kill him. casion. We have all weaves and styles of White Goods. Crepons warranted. The latter would be more preferable. in Black, Cream, Pink, Blue. Tan and Gray. We will continue our Hkmkmiikh tbatnll silverware, watchep. bought nt A. It. Penny's will sales of last week in French Zephyr Ginghams at 12c, 15c, 20c and rins, Ac, L. A ?., (J. A 0., nnd Louisville The bo engraved free of charge. 25c. The best values ever offered. Southern will sell tickets to Louisville Our Black Dress Goods department is attracting universal attennnd on trains nrrivintr there to PERSONAL POINTS. round-trip- , tion on account of quality and price. morrow ntlj fares for tho Our sale in Gents' Clothing will be continued and if you want to Miss Lui.a Allkn is back from n visit tickets good till 2Sth. Louisville. get suited in those $10 Suits you must come early. to Ok account of his father's sickness Dr. 11. WuioiiT, of Iliistonville, Mho. Those cheap Shoes and Hats and Towels are going rapidly and will Applemnu could not till his appointwn tho truest of Mrs. P. W. Green. be closed this week. We offer this week a splendid line of White and ho will Piior. Fiiank Walton, of Centre Col- ment to ility. He writes us thnt Neglige Shirts from 25c up and our stock of Parasols and Fans arc Friday, May 27. bo nt Myers House, lege, was up from Danville Saturday. simply superb. Come early and see us. J.NkwtosChakj, of Millursbun:, is All of his patients nnd any others that Thekc nro several patients at tho Keo-le- y THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. JT. visiting his brother, Dr. John M. Craig desire, ran consult him at Myers House Cure at Crab Orchard Springs nud at thnt time. here. The separate coach bill passed the they nil agreed in conversation with n Miih. Thomas Kicn Aims, of Junction for tho mag-- ! reporter of this paper that whisky tasted House 05 to 25. Sati'iiday was tho day set City, Is tho guest of Mrs. Mollio istrntes to go to tho calls Col. D. The Courier-Journto con worse to them now than eoapsuds or Wruy. V. Tribble the Beau Brummel of the sider the advisability of selling It, but as coal oil. Miss Lkna Wklw, of Junction City, less than a quorum was present nothing House. HOL'SE PaIKTIKO AM) DeCOIIATIKO. Mr. Lea veil's bill authorizing cities has been on a visit to Mrs. Hnnnle was done. The matter stems to have Jesse Ot. Ramsey takes contracts for all of tho third class to lew n tax for the Burks. counslipped their miuds, as it did thu kinds of paintingnnd guarantees satisfac- maintenance of firo departments was MiHHts Alma Poi'kaiuI Maggie Swine, ty attorney's. tion. Prices to suit tho times. Orders passed. visiting tho Misses broad have been The second trial of Garner, tho man left at A. R. Penny's will receive prompt Bright. The bill to increase the tax rate 5 cents, is tho special order for to day and Mia. S. K. Lackey, of Gnllntin, Tenn., who murdered Tom Lasley, In Florida, attention. Is tho gutst of Mr. nml Mr. W. M. resulted last week, so Mrs. Lasley writes AcconniKo to a statement published the solons should not fear to pas it. It L. M. Ijisluy, in another verdict of mur- by Supt. W. F. McClary And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have Ijickoy. there are 4,400 is necessary. The House is not ready for its sumMr. Dh. It. It. HouniOAS and son, of der in the llrst degree. After the first white school children in the GO districts M.rion, tiro guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. verdict of death ho got a now trial on n in Lincoln and 1,123 colored in 17 dis- mer adjournment. It recommitted the technicality. Hupley. tricts, makiug n total of 5,337 children resolution to adjourn Juue 15 nnd nlso , Mr. Myers' fixing July 4, by n vote of 44 Mim Mattib Uohissos, of.IIfirrods-burgShot Al Russell, n drunken tough, within tho school sges in the county. toll. is tho guest of Mr. nml Mrs. II. J. shot IVtor II. Carter, another young The new election law forbids the May. Tho merry Condemn Such Mcltoberts. man, in tho bowels, Snturday, (it More-lan- month o' May has lived but 20 days, Belling or giving of intoxicating liquors left for All Styles and Colors of Jt'DK J. W. Alcok.s There Is a probability that the during 15 of which it has been given to to any person or persons in auy city, Saturday to take depositions In nn wound mny prove fatal. Russell claims tears, the total tearfall amounting to 3 S4 county or precinct "upon the day of any important suit. that the shooting was accidental. Tho inches. So far the mouth has been general or primary oleetion therein." J. 0. Jokes, f Central University, is examining trial will he held The Legislature will ndjourr. about as merry ns the latter days of that spending a few days with his mother, old soul, Mrs. Niobo. Louisville Times. till rrluny in order to attend tlie conMrs. M. 11 Jonei. FnosT. Mr. John M. Mcltoberts, Sr., vention at Louisville. The members Home-Spun- s. Mits. Milly Morela.ni). of the Wet-- t tells us thnt killing frosts fell May 17, IS Cimhf.ki.am) Falls. Messrs. Jas. B. will bo the only men there whoso exvWtlng her ten, Mr. WIN and 10, IS 15. Corn was bitten oti;to the End, has been Cook nnd W. I). Weatherford, of Hus- penses nro paid by the State. Ham Morulnnd. ground and nearly every living thing tonville, hnve rented Cumberland Falls Judge Garrett S. Wall, of Maysville, Mn. K. M. DrxiA.v, of Lexington, was unskilled. History came near repeat- - for tho present season nnd will open whs elected State Senator over S. G. Hil- over to see thu Burnt troupe in general inir itself thu same nights this yenr. It that pleasant resort to the public about lis, republican, and Win. Luttrell, farm and a certain one in partioular. whs cold enough for front nlmoat, but June 15th. They aro both good men for ers' alliance, to fill tie vacancy caused is down with Ukv. W. K. Ellis the clouds kept it away. the business and Old Cumberland Falls by the r signntion of Senator Poyntz. homethini; like blood Hsonlng caused large following The compromise redisricting bill as The L. ifc N. will sell tickets to Minne- will as usual have n by the bite of an Insect some time ago. from those fn search of genuine rustic passed by the Senate makes this tho to atono hire for the Mit.J. W. Haydek has resigned ns apolis, Junegood 5, 2Cth, on account of pleasures. 15th district, composed of Lincoln, Gartill mm M. Mcltoberts, round trip, city councilman nnd J. republican convention; to Chicago June The Rowland election, which .occurs rard, Boyle, Mercer and Casey, Pulaski Yjsq., hai been elected In his stead. There Wayne, Cumberland, Clinton, Russell 10 to 20, good to July 7, nt name rate on next Saturday, is getting Col. D. W. Tiiiiimlk, Madison comity's account of democratic convention, nnd aro already three tickets in the field, the and Whitley are united in the 20th, and AThandHome representative, spent Sunday toOmnhn Juno 25 to SO, good to July 22, nit beingT. L. Shelton, John W. Flow- Knox, Jackson, Owsley, Laurel, Clay 2Gth; Bell Harlan, with his sister, Mrs. P. P. Xunnelley. also at one faro for tho round-triers, T. B. Meals, J. P. Kearns and T. W. nud Rockcastle in tho , Leslie, Itcher and Perry the 27th. Aim s. K. Miiikii'p. of Hichmoml, is for trustees and J. A. Chnp-peHamilton Hon. John S. May is one of the comA house belonging to Mr. P. W.Green down to see her son, Mr. Thomas Hurfor city judge; the second has T. L. boy, was left Shelton, B. P. Martin, W. P. Raines, J. binations of contraries in the House. He attend tho Barnes meetinir. ami driven by a colored ley, and to soldier, representing a re Mits. John S, May nml children enme et Hiding in the lower end of town the P. Kearns and Sam Huinberstono for is nn publican constituency, calls himself a t spend a other night, when tho animal took ad- trustees nnd W. C. Bnrnett for city up from Frankfort yesterday democrat, made a speech against the .Some beautiful goods in. few das with hcrfnther, Mr. Fielding vantage of tho opjiortunity nnd run oiL judge, while the third is composed of J. Separate Coach bill nnd hud spoken for He cfiiiio through town nt a break-nec- k T. Payne, Snm Humberstone, W. R. Hoi- - half nn hour before a man in the House Thurmond. he was on. Courier-JournaMtsaiui. John W. Miller, W. S. Fer- speed nnd fell just n9 he was turning the ley, Thomas Jennings and J. P. Kearns, knew which side married a good demoHe also M vers House corner. Tho bnixy was leaving the voters to choose between guson, Will Owsley nnd many other cratic wife, who is trying to make n betLancastrians have been attending the b.ully broken up, but otherwise no dnm- Chnppell and Harnett. ter democrat of him. Consisting of Chamber Sets, Decorated Plates, Fruit and Salad age wns done. Barnes meetings. Reuben Nailor, Row at Laxi'astkk. Dishes, Cracker Jars, Finger Bowls, Water Sets, Fruit Saucers, &c. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Mn3 Lizzie Dink, who has been visitOk account of the rain on Friday af-- ! thu drunken juror, who made an a?s of Mrs. Smith Baughmnn, ing her sister, ternoon, the game of ball between the himself while on tho Saunders jury, and Mlrs Annie Baughman, returned to Interior Journals and Danvilles did uot which ho hung and to which this paper PUBLIC. her home in 'inville yesterday. 'comeotr. The Danville boys were on referred to in moderate terms, attacked 3 G-mnIticiiAirt) Xoitwoon, of I hare made arrangement! with G. W, SingleMn. ami Mits. hand, however, and our team was never our business manager, Mr. E. C. Walton, ton, the Saw Mill man, to furnish the public with AT- Lexington, nro guests of Mr. nud Mrs. nay ami all kinilt ot lumber, either at my itore in in better Hhape nnd nn encellent game I'lank and the Theylare n strikingly was looked for. It is needless to state nt Lancaster vesterdny. He was drunk, CrnbOrchanl or at Get mill. myFencing before buy-- , J. S. Hughes. my price and Mr. Walton tried to avoid him, hut Tom a ipecialty. W, A. CAIISON, handsomo and a very happy couple. great disappointment. No he grew more insulting and when he that there was Dealer in General Merchandise, 2 Crab Orchajd, Ky. Mn. BoylkGill Boylk, of the Advo- other gatnu was arranged, but it is rushed at him Mr. Walton promptly piny 3d base for tho likely these two teams will ngain cross cate, was up to knocked him down. Nailor then got Danvilles, Friday, nud looked "nwful bats on our grounds before many days. out n knife, but friends interferred and Training and Breaking Stable. cute" In hlh club suit. He is snid to bo have opned up A. M. Pence' Stable ami further trouble was averted. Marshal horn-to n fino player. It has bevii exceedingly disagreeable Hamilton, in arresting Mr. Walton, made in Conrie ami am now IprepaidMr handle old have i'ence'a the bett manner, honored our and rainy for several days, with tho merthe Lktciikii county also Kollv Morgan, one of the use of some unbecoming words, but ns trainer, Will handle hortet at ft? a bet in or break incnth townsman, Judge J. W. Alcorn, with cury low down enough to make over- he apologized afterwards, wo will let them lor $10, furntthing feeding during the time. I have all the equipments, such as harness, caits, for him for delegato at large coats nnd tiro necessary for comfort. The him oll'on account of former friendship. ,Vc Give me a trial Coolers, Chicago. A larger number of moun- clouds have kept nwny the frosts, but Mr. Nailor is a relative of his wife. In TILrOHD MESSER, Stanford, Ky. O ;5 tain counties would have Instructed for tho chill baa retarded vegetntlon con this connection wo wish it distinctly unhim had ho not objected. siderably. In the Northwest nnd Last derstood that the editor is alone re Mil. J. C. Floubsck, master of trains snow storms were general nud live or sponsible forwhttt appears in this paper. with otllco nt six Inches covered the ground in many To License and Regulate the on the K.. C. G. & Ho tries nlivuvs to state facta and is will Keeping of Dogs Gap, has sent out invitn places. Frost in Illinois and Iowa did Cumberland ing to correct mistakes. Thos.e aggrieved some of his friends to visit tho great damage. tions to WITHIN THE CITY OF STANFOKD. can usually tind him at his otlico nnd " now Four Seasons Hotel and Sanitarium his business man-ngCity Council of Stanford: He It ordained by th Lice, Geokoe Giiaoo, formerly of this coun- tho man who nttneks That all persons owning or controlling Sec. nnd tiko n trip on his road to Knoxvillofor any utterance is both n fool nnd does within the city of Stanford shall annuallv on ty, was lodged in jail hero Sunday by city will generally get the the 1st day of June registtr lth the and clerk at the Sheritr Moren, of Laurel, for safe keep- a coward, who each dog owned or controlled by them CITY AND VICINITY. game time pay to the cleik a tax of jo cents lor ing. Ho is charged with murder, com- worst of it. registered. each dotf so Sec. II. It shall be the duty of each person to Foil Plants, see 0. J. Nowlaud. mitted about eight months ngo, nnd FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. procure and put on each dorf registered by them, II" been under bail of $3,000. of this ordinance, a collar since then has at required by Soda Water at W. - B. McRoberts'. Yantis it Currey, of Gnrrnnl, sold to with the name of the o ner and registered number him at the His bondsmonsurrendered dog plainly stamped fc Turley n jackor of suchtag attached thereto. thereon or upon a menl Gekmak millet seed for sale nt J. B. present term of the circuit court and tho Walker Sec III. If any person hall become the owner city of Stanford case not being ready for trial, ho will $1,000. Foster's. And the wool better. Dip your Sheep just after shearing. or controller ol any dog within the as required by A. T. N'unnolley boupht of Jolin after tho date of annual registry, dog shall not probably lay in jail here till tho fall terra. and if such ordinance Sec. I of New likb of Zeigler shoes just receiv- It is suspicioned thnt the reason he Iluclinimn 13 liojrsfor Jtino 10 delivery have beenthis already registered. siKh person shall at once register, pay the license and place the collar Two and a half gallons of Dip to ioo gallons of water will dip 150 Shanks'. ed nt S. H. . was surrendered was that Gragg hoped ntalc. on said dog a9 required by Sections and II of this Sheep. Tilford Merger hns opeucd i.j Ad ordinance. low figures. to bo jdaced in the London jail from Limb ASD Bhick for snlo nt Sec. IV. Any person failing to comply with the y nm Ponce's trainim: and breaking sta provisions of thisordlname shall, on conviction, which ho could be easily relented by bis Stoinegger A Co., Ottenhelm. for be rined Three Dollars f, r each day of failure regbles. Soo nil. Jollico friends. each dog owned or controlled by him and not A. T. Xunnelloy is receiving wool istered as hrein provided, and the city marshal Fiiuitb, both foreign and domestic, shall kill any dog found any In aii old straw Btack on tho lato S. rii;bt mid loft. He baa takon up 70,000 or lareepolicemanthe city not registered andrunning haviiu within at can always bo found nt R. Zimmer's. f ' tio collar on r.s tcijuirea anil pruviucu uyinisouuW. Givcns' farm, a discovery was mado pounds at 15 to SL'c. " of woven wire Friday WKnowhuvoastock Sec." V. All money received by the clerk under that may bo a clue to some of tho Tho Somerset Reporter says strawshall be paid into nnd shit fenco made of oak pickets. Sine thieyitiK that has been ;oiiig on in tliia berries aro plentiful thero at !55 cents a the provisions of this ordinance be the duty of tho shall the city treasury and itStanford lo list and report cltv of A Menefeo. section for quite a while. A tin bucket, gallon. Larf-- quantities are being ship assessor of the with his assessment of property all persona i iiifitol, or controlling dog wiihui the city and the for rent with day rontnininu aCS Smith k Wesson Dowk BTAins room owneu .o.i.,u.,sU. Mrs. II. W. Fnrrifl, of Crab Orchard, nil in lcr ot WW oordinance t shall be in effect from . Mrs a'lot of bursars' tools and papors belong. iv, v hoarders wanted. i Sec VI This DOiiru. ""j injj to James Claunch, the man who was has n mare 8'J years old with n aiickliuu nml sifter lis iuuai:eW VANDF.VEF.R, Mayor. D. Kato Duddernr. receutly arrested hihI placed in tho Lob- - colt. She had her last colt 10 years be- cma, lino nnd healthy, which ntionlailon suspicion, was found. A fore. A little . Daviess, camo to little further under tho stae several A fairly good Lancaster Coi-rtthev have named Knto union of Mr. anu .ur. iuu...,.a suits of clothes and various kinds of pro- crowd attended court yesterday, but tHialod proposals for excavating 1715 cubic yards bless tho morning. uarth wnbankmwt and McAdaralniig 900 tent of visions wero discovered, "and in all n reg- very little business was dono in trading. Btivet,imtultbo3inchM thick and 18 fetlde, D. ltaiicy, yesterday by stone, porehea ular storo could havo been set up from About 40 cattle were on tho market but in nil 41Slanlordunofto won will be receivedMay the Wedmoday, ij, Mnrrv Bachelors will givo their chang- cityof Separate Nd for earth and stone work mutt A ! of tho stack. Tho goods none were sold publicly. i8m. annual hop nt Walton s Op- tho contents can be found regular semi Wil ben.ade. Plans and specificationscity of Stanford, will fur- found wero of course to ba kept by Mr. ed hands privately at lj to 3 cents. nt the o.Tict of the. Mayor of lh era House June 10th. Seibert they nro wanted by liam Morelnnd bought 7 milk cows .at lo whom all communication shall bo addressed ocension prom-ise- s Givena' family until andl!& gfig.Rf And examine the Studebaker. Car-loajust received. nish tho music and the $ 17.00. The right .0 praise- the oflicers, who will no doubt try to 2 00. riim horses brought 28 to MayorCity of Stanford, Ky. to eclipse the club's former ,4 No mules were offered. work up a case. worthy eiTorta. Wall r.WKitand paints . to-d- iv A. S. Myers sold to Dr. 0. E. Cox a Tk Q. A 0. will pell tickets at reduced j rates for the noxt month on account of (combined mare for 5150. Nicholas McDowell, Commissioner the Latonia Races. of Agriculture, has been appointed The young men of Danvillo will give United States Stntisticlnn for the Stnte, their return leap yenr party nt Gllcher's nt n salary of $720 a year. Hotel on the evening of June 3d. The Latonia Derby was a weak affair, only two horses contested, Ireland's Eight shares of National Bank stock to Newton heating Ronnld a sixteenth of a sold yesterday nt Lancaster nt S110.70. Fleece nnd Jno Robinson were mile. The time was 3:14 or 33J seconds slower than tho fastest Derby record on thu buyers. that track. Okly four persons went to the base Master Commissioner R. A. Burn-sid- e ball game nt Louisville from heio SunBold yesterday, nt Lnncnster, 2 lots on day, but tho oxcursion trnin was ram- the public Efjunre for foOO anil $000 resmed and crammed before it got to Louis-vill- pectively. He also sold a half undivided interest in the building nnd lot occupied The secretary of the Hustonvillo Fair by R. E. Mcltoberts for $1,325. Dr. J. Company, Mr. Will R. Williams, writes B. Owsley, representing the Fnrmers that tho exhibition days have been fixed Bnnk A Trust Co., was the purchaser. The colt that won tho Brooklyn nnd 16, instead of those prefor July Handicap was named for Judise Thomas viously named. Zanzinger Morrow, of Somerset, by his Tiik ladies of theTurnersville Mission tlret owner, Mr. J. W. Guest, of Danary Society will givo a strawberry sup- ville, ns an expression of gratitude to on tho judge for releasing Mr. Guest from per nt tho TuriierHvillu school-houstho night of tht 3Istof May for the ben-li- t n jury summons ho thnt he could attend of the Eastern Kentucky Mission nn important race meeting in which lie School. was interested. Kentuckv Homestead. m m o. IJfWT MISS This week's SALE OF WHITE GOODS The New Cash Store $ r e S. HUGHES. I poor-hous- e al SPRING CLOTHING ! IS OUR STOCK COMPLETE Ever Seen in Stanford. d. ." New-Yor- to-da- y. -- to-dn- y Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. 1 red-ho- t. a JUSTRECEIYED'; -- p. ll A. A. Warren's ex-reb- "Model Grocery" l. China and Glassware, piiABABiLiiii m TO THE j j B.K.&W.H.Wearen's. 1 Trot-tin- t; et bu-lt- u. Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traces, Collars, Pads, Ilames, Leonard Refrigerators, White Mountain Freezers, Water Etc. m AIT OKIDI1TA1TCE M I, er - I Cures Scab and Itch, Kills Ticks and .L1lGc J3ip BROS. n 1 - Makes Your Sheep Healthier MoISIITlTE-- j0 - - 1 T T r - r Do You Need a Wagon ? ' o i m pl. envu-in- g I To Contractors. tp CALL AT J. B. FOSTER d .sa rl.ny - A T1-- -- ' M r I'iri s..v 11 H f ? A W W. II AVi. Wade II. Walker's Widow, Ac , Plaintiffs, agaiatt the dltploy of samples, . C. I.MI.N PaltleTerrill, Ac, Defendants. Refreshing Retroats. KKKU HAL' MANN Within a year Gen. Schofield will A First-Class!SaloIly vlrtne of a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Summer days arc fast approaching and ln.w is Court at Its February term, iSoi.in the abuse stylnl have reached the age of retirement from And IIILLIARD and TOOL ROOMS attached. thu time that excursionist!, Dliu.uie-stvke- n I and Corner Mam and Depot Streets, active military service, for he is now 03, sportsmen should figure out a route for their sum- suit, will us JOSEIMI COFFKY mer acatlnn. In doing so, the delightfully cool Kentucky. an 1 a few months later Gen. O. O. How- summer and fishing resort located Stanford, 15, nloiif the Wis"LOCUST GROVE" Central OF STAN FOR Ii, KY Has just received a handsome line of Spring and ard will be eligible for the retired list. consin are I'ox Lines come vivldlr to view, among A r.s itsdtsuAijkiil M rt.fLu.l JIA tl.AklnaV Lake, III . Lake Villa, III., which Summer Millinery and invites her friends and the Nelson A. Mi'es, the other of the Major WaupaWaukesha, Cedar et bidder at public outcry at tho late himeleadfol-if ' choice, call in and get first fublic generally to trimmed in the latest style by Generals commanding Uncle Sam's ar- ca FifieM, Iletlernut aul Ashland. WK Wico-Si- n Wade II Walker Ih Garrard Coitnlv. Ky , the Honnets has within the last five year, become the center loumg iracisot ianuanu joun sir: Stock-Surplu- s most artistic hands. FOR SALE miters hunter and my, has still some years of service be- of attraction NT mure Tract N. t enntainin Aers. unosi which fishermen than uny other Mate in the Union and thrre is an eWant new t.-tur- y , .. , brick dwelling-- 1 F" !m ,",,, fore him; but with tho retirement of each visit increases the desire to again .vethe h.se, with ..utbulMIng and tfhnM Ins- , comprliiBg 4jo acres Laad, ...Vt' breathe the balsam fragrance Schofield and Howard there will not be charmin; kiMlscape-i- invigorating atmosphere, wan- P TsIcTn.!. tii.tMM.rf ' m,le' " Stan.ord. ihe coauty .eat ' that is a part 01 the ef ,itoln rronteel by the Sholby City turrplke .i.i Atteminn of the pstbHe ts ivitr--- to the fac Nii..n left in the army an oflicer who com- der through the colonnades of Matel) plum and S?tl. I" 7t. wni'let'oVere,! tsrateh- hemic the speckles! beauties with a hand made llv that this It the only National Hank in Stanford I can supply the families of Stauford and vtcin-t- y 'hJ L'nder ihe provrtlooi of Ihe Nitioaal Hank Act wilh. home made Ice at 6i cts. per 100 pounds: manded a corps during tiio war of tho 'l.Ts, lor pamphlets cmitainliiir valuable Vinformatiou. and Iben as a wh.J, and the bid or Wdt eeplei tifc region arxl it tVl depositors are secured not only by the capital T S. 1'ATTV. D etc., apply to A.. that will less than that auuunt at One cent per pound, and rebellion. stock, but br the stockholders liability tor an X,ars7tlVnT7l-c- e th, MtowHtg wm i . manufactured Ice at 75 cents per joo pounds or Tenn. fnattanoutra. Ice delivered every amount r1H at to the stock, to that doimnLurs nf and Ticket lots In Klrksville, Madiso. county. Kr : Lot No. got' orJAS. C. POM), General cents for smaller wVlch thetw U s 1hoP.wfcVMco?.0,luiw, morning. 1 call special attention to the John thu institution are secured by a fund of Jsuo.rx, i coiitaUsIng Acre. Only One Better. "The instructed Agent, Ihlcago, 111. U rawing C.' Celebrated I X. L. Beer, for Fise sworn tutensenis ofthecnndiiton of the bank with aptWW are wade each j carlo the L'uited Stales governInalmoit every neighborhood throughout the pruvesnenls of all a I wdt which I am agent. Will furnish in eithe' keg or vote for Carlisle is a surprise to us. a commodi. us stack barn, ment and Itt assets are examined at stated times West there Is some one or more pwvms bottle. Write for price. Lot FsrlNior-matioa- . q( fruit of all kinds, cu Laurie Blakely with his Carlisle and lives have been saved hy Chamberlain's whose a largeN. s contains Aire, upon w alcli there ls1 Ac . the by government agents, thus securing a.ldiliiona E. 11REMER. Stanford, Ky. Colic, i3tf houm. K II. ION Lb, Stanford apply to sn perfect safety to depositors. Cholera and Dlarrl:ra Remedy, or who have been I ..it No. j contains , forward steps in tariff reform, in addi- cured of chronic diarrhoea by ft. Such persons take i Acre. i ii This institution, originally established at Ihs Term The saw wilt lie made on a cradlt ol A l v Kll.KY, Plneville. especial pleasure In recommending the lemedy to and is months, the purchaser b4ng rrstulrvd to exDeposit Hank of Stanford la then tion to his fine editorials, must have zed as Ike National Haak si Stanford 111 1V6J and others. The praise that follows its introduction ecute bonds with approval Myabt tt the done it," says Sir Hubert of the Interi- and use makes it very popular. 5 and 50 cent Master ( ornmUsioner, havingcniity fttrte Olid effect ' gain lac I'irtt National Hank ol tb Stanlord in iSssa, hat had practically an uninterbottles for sale by Dr. M judgment, upsiii elocution or Journal. Don't try to raise the and Optician, Stantord, Ky L. ilourne, Druggist of a paid at maturity, whichbsstnng 6 permay Inter- rupted existence of is years It is better Supplied and cnt. not Of all kinds new wuh facilities for transacting business prompt floridity of our florid complexion after from day uf isile until paid and with a Hen et of Up All ly and liberally than ever before in its long and upon the property a additional wcurity fur Made and Bucklln's Arnica Salve. that fashion, neighbor; hut fall in with hanorable career. Accnunts of coriratlan. R. A. innrM-The beit sahe in the world lor cuit, bruises thtf purchav Master Com'r GarrardllL'RNSIDL, firms and Individuals Clrcut I ourt. toileCarlis'eand forward steps in tariff reform, lores, ulcers, salt rhum, fccr sorea, tetter, chap- - I5'td ted. Ky. No Agents employed. peu nanus, cnuoiains, corns ana an tktr, erup for what better could there be than that? tions The Directory of this Hink it ceinpeic ol and positively cures piles, or no pay requir- have quite a number of FARMS lor sale ol the r.J. Poster, fStsNfi.rd; ADAMS & or ed. It is guaranteed perfect satufactior, Newport Journal. H Laudtia Lincoln county. serv best No, 4 Hroadway, Lexington, Ky or money refunded. Price 35 cents per box, Foretlus Raid, Lihc4b eossatj ; l) 6sa Thet Farms are all well I w prosed awl goad K. Penny, Stanlord, Ky. 11..U,. a it ivn J. W. Ilaysieei. Stafford; riih lands running in site from so to 500 Acres. Hero ure some figures worth rctnuiu-berinj- ;: For sale by A. 1, The untlersigne,1, 11, legality, their rlchnoa aMl ftir CoBSHlatin: then v ... S II Ilaitfhtaaa, Ineolsi,-M-. nv. J. N. Mc nt fee I H .,,,.1., . .. r. wi.-. .. .. . Tho next presidential election M. L Ilourne, the druggist, desires is to ati'ij tlllt 01 sour inecoiiveuiHceoir turnpikes ana rail-d- s . iiayiieu. nercny associate inauiteucs lir J. MUIer, Ml. Vcraou; i that bring markets right to our tleor, thev publish the fo lowing testimony, as he handles the together in order t" lnn a corporation parswant roa will bo held ou Tuesday, November 8, remedy ami believes it to be able "I bought a S. T. Harris LIsKoia; arc cheaper than Ihe Lands of any other CGttAty ia to Chapter j' of the l.enerul Slatutctof Kentucky. There 11 scarcely a Farm in the Cosir. and the electors then chosen will meet toe bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Halm and spoiled 1 he name of the rorporation shall be "Stanf- the Stat 3 J..S. Mocker Suafardt been afflicted ty os er 5 miles from a dopot which ..Thit. Light and ord Water, G. A. Lackey, LinaJn; capitals of their respective States It to my limbs, intervals haveone year At the with lit principal Luht, ol business Ice Company," aed Ihe at the tor is checked with turnpikes running tune rheumatism at pUi e shall be the City of I was unaldc T. P. Mill, Stanford. incscry direction There iineli public road cu on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1S93, to vote for a I bought the Pain Halm Pain Halm has to uit:. I Stafford, Kentucky. completely can irutbfullv say that general nature of the business to be tenug the county scat that is nut Macadainunl. W. 0. Welch, SUnford; 3. Th L. president and a The cured me. R H Farr Holywood Kan.'' .Mr transacted by the corporation shall be lite con- - We have the Knnxville Ilranch of theWest A-- N. It W.P.Tate, Stanford Keeps the nicest, the best and largeit aiIetof and the A. II. Cox, the leading drug;it at Holywood, structK'il, nuintenamc and operation uf a sjstcm R. ilis iding the county from Hast to Con-gre3- s electoral votes will be counted by vouches for the truth of theabove. statement of Water Workt for supplying stater to the city of C. S. R R from North to Nwth; the K C. R. R. Goods, Ilocker, President; Stanford and the town of Kou land and 10 thwr in- - from this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C. ft O. on Wednesday, Feb. S.and the new habitants, and the construction, maintenance and at Winchester, giving full access to the markets ol Qood Looks. John J. McRoberts, Cathie r; Candies Nuts, Cigars president will be inaugurated on Saturthe whole world. Hesidct, we base three large operation ol a s) stem of F.Ieciric Lights fur sup A. A Ms Kinney, Assistant Cashier. Flour Mills in the county that give us a market Good looks ore more than skin deep, depending plying light 10 said city and toss and to their inday, March 4. And Tobacco in the city I upon a liealihy condition of all the viul organs, it habitants, and the manufacture and sale uf artifi- for all our grain right nt home; and tne develop . the mountain regions of Kattern and you hase a bilious look, it cial Ice. m incntof the liver be inactive Kentucky rour stomach be disordered you hae a dyspeptic The authorised capital itock It is claimed that tho last Confederate look and if your kidneys be affected you have a a shall be one hundred ihomsaud of the corpora-tio- nd let Sonth by railroads bat bv lailmadt and the outcreated tuch a demand dollars, ditld-ccommand to surrender was Company A. pinched look. Secure your health and you will into shares of fifty dollars each, but the Compa- for all kinds of cereals, and urosender that weean That he also keeps the cheapest stock ol have good looks. Electric Hitters It the great al- ny may begin busmen when at much as twenty- - scarcely retain enough lor homecuntumptlon, Tenth Mississippi Infantry, on the 9th terative and tonic, actt directly on these vital or'1 he people are prosperous, generous and kind, OF STANFORD, KY thousand dollars t the capital stock istuL- in Christianity and education. There of June, 1S03. The colonel of the regi- gans. Cures pimples, blotches, boils and gises a cribea, anu no ttucic snail ue itsuea at lots than believingneighborhood in the county but lias a Is now fully organued and ready for business with Sold at A. R Penny's drug its par value and except tor money actually paid is not a good complexion. ment, V. M. Moore, is now speaker of store, jo cents per bottle. in, c r for property at Itt market value actually re- gcod church and school-homceived and applied to the authorized purposes of Stanford, the county teat of Lincoln, is a pros- Paid up of - - $200,000. exchanges .all kinds the Kentucky Legislature, and tho comVegetables, &c , and that he the corporation, or for labor dono and accepted at perous little city of about J.foo inhab.tants and it Guaranteed Cure for La Grippe. of goods for liacoii, Lard, Dutter, Eggs, Potatoes, pany's captain, J. A. Love, is a candidate itt rrarket value. Subscriptions for stock shall be the great doorway from tne North and NorthSurplus, . - - - 19,000. etc., for which he pays the We authorize our advertised druggist to sell you raid at such time and In such Installments as the east South and from the Northwest to Nutheatt, for the State Senate in Missouri. determine. and standing at it does gazing right Into the bosDr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Hoard of Directors mavshall begin SUCCESSOR toTHE LINCOLN NATIONAL corporation . business on the om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern (. Thu Coughs und Colds, upon this condition: If you HANK OK STANFORD, ,'itli day the whole use La Grippe "Give me a plate of hot beans," said are afflicted with directions, and will It a this rem- for fifty )of April. 1891, and continue in existence Kentucky backed up byrailroads running through Nowclositig upl with the same assets and ear. thereafter giving fair trial edy according to region ol the State with Goods delivered anywhere in the city and Ills daiunder ne same management. o 'Ihe affairs of Ihe corporation shall he conthe man at the lunch counter. "Pork and expennce no benefit, you may return the botly trip made to Rowland. it to all points of the compatt, makes it naturally Hy provitions of its chaiter, depositors are ducted by a Hoard of fite Directors, one ol whom one of the best located towns In the South for make as tle with it?" asked tho waiter. "Yes." thisand have yourof money refunded. Weof Dr, shall be appointed President by the Hoard, mid manufactures and other enterprises of magnitude. fully protected as aie depositors in National tho wonderful success offer because Banks, King's New Discovery during last season's epi- by such other officers anil agents as the said Hoard Water Works aie now being agitated and right liable to its shareholders being held Individually A. G. Laohara Then lie turned to the hole in the wall demic. Have heard of no cato in which it failed. n ay deem nccotsary to appoint the extent of the amount of their stock John 11. Cattleman. of n mile aboue the town about and sung out: "Boston and Chicago Try it. Trial bottles free at A. R. Penny's drug 7. The Hoard of Directors shall be elected an- there could be erected Water Workt with ery therein at the par value thereof, in addition to th amount invested in such shares. It may act at nually by the stockholder on the fust Monday of little ccsl that would supply a city of 150,000 inlimited !" and beans and pork for one store. Latgc tire joem and $i. each July, tohW.i oflice for one year, or until their habitants with the purest and best water in the !n"d!v7duai m,"iMr,0r' ,U,,ee, mm s - (M successors arc elected and qualified and until the world Our little city bit been newly rebuilt in camo back. Detroit Free Press. To those who entrusted their bultinest to ut ihe last few years and its butinett homes aril resSome of the Grand Armyboys may be Interested first annual election in July. tSos, the tncornora , tors hereinbefore named shall be the Hoard of idences will compare with larger cities of greater while mnaging tne Lincoln National Hank ol In the following from Alex II. Pope, A. D. A common superstition is that if a Commander Dep't Tenn. ai.d Ga, He lays, "We Directors of the Company. In Ihe annual election pretentiont. Our merchants and tradesmen arc Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their butiness and doing well. We have of whooping cough here of Directors each shareholder shall have the colored person will kiss a baby twice in have had an epidemic Chamberlain's Couch Reme to cast as many votes In ihe aggregato as he richt all protpcrous capital stock of $400,000 that two witn uj, ottering as a guarantee for prompt attenshall banks with a Stewart. Tenn. I and are tion to same, our twenty years' experience ia - prosperous and in a good rondition. rwn by medicine dy has the mouth the process will assist it in good.'1 been Iheisonly danger fromthat has dune any ors toshares, multiplied eachthe number of Dnectb elected, and shareholder may cast! We have splcdid schools. We have a Female banking andat liberal accommodations at are conwhooping cough There to teething and make this otherwise troub- when this remedy Is freely given. It completely the whole mi in be ol votes either ill person or by College, a large brick building, svilh oterinopu tinent with sound banking. controls the disease. 35 and 511 cent bottles for proxy for one candidate, or distribute his vote pils tu attendance and under the prlncipalihip ol lesome period for children more CIKKCTOKS: to sale by Dr M L. Hourne, Druggist anc Optician, among tsvo or more candidates, and the Directors ' Prof. I M Hubbard, is in a nourishing condl- Williams, ML Vernon J ui iui wmnuiny poau uc elected in no other 1111 tion. We also have a Seminary that is a good Stanford, Ky. bear. ner except when a vacancy occurs It may be filled school, with Prof II K. lllakemanat its head. We , J. M Hall, Stanford; ny me inner Directors. have one of the nest Public School buildings ic J. S, Owsley, Stanford; S. This corporation shall possess ad the powers this sectlonof the State, with over too puptls in Silver coin is a legal tender to the enumerated in Section j of Chapter $6 of the Gen- attendance, and with other good private schools, S.J. Embry, Stanford;) amount of $10 'at any one payment. , eral Statutes nt Kentucky. MANAGERS, you see our school facilities are excellent J.H. Lynn, Stanford; We have elegant church builmngs, representing 9. This corporation shall at no time coutract or Nickel and copper coins are a legal tendA. W. Carpenter, Mlllidgevillt; When Baby was sick, wo gave ber Castor!. Incur debts greater In amount than ao per cent: of every denomination, with a full corpsoi ministers Commerce Building, Louisville. er to the amottntof 2o cents at any one When sho was a Child, sho cried for Castorla, the stock subscribed and paid for. of fiat .class talent jnd are doing a better business J. K.Uaughman, Huttonville; 10. The private property uf the stockholders men in the city. than any class of J. F. Cash, Stanford; payment. shall lie exempt from liability for the debts of the Agents throughout the South. I have tried to make this statement as facts, When she became Miss, she clung to.Castoria. William Gooch,i;Stinlord, Ky. II. J C. HOWl' cutioration. without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those . she gave them Castorla. When sho had A. U. PENNY, .U. Shanks, President. who know will bear n o out, and those who wish Cooper is the name of a new post-o- f N.MENEPEE, to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate J. H J. H. Owsley, Cash! 1. FOSTER. fice In Wayne, and F. F. Cooper is in among'agood people with all the bett surround"W. W, M. Bright, Teller, W. G. WELCH, ings would do well to call and see me before purc' charge. so STANFORD. KY. J. W. HAYDEN. hasing elsewhere ffl cTb-o&The Island of Mauritius in the In FOR RENT. dian Ocean, a home, of hurrirauep, was pike, 4 mile from Stanford. W. It. Miller. 70; Is a CancMJate for Circuit Judge In 1) n ih Ti Office opposite CoiTey Hbuse, Our Dear Kate's Favorite. tilct, subject to tho action of tlio dtrmcralic stt almost swept away on April 29, by tho If I should die - worst hurricane of its history. The loss quiet face Published Every Tuoeday and Friday My friends would look upon my place, W. of life wasover 1,200 and the damage to 10 6m Hefore they laid it in its retting DRALKR AT had left it almost fair; And deem that death property enormous. Nearly every ship Is a Candidate (or Commonwealth's Attorney In !2 PJSR YEAR IN- ADVANCE. flowers against my hair, in tho great harbor wbb blown ashore. 1 1 this the ijth J llclal Distrut, subject to the acAnd laying tion of tho Democrat y Would smooth it don with tearful tenderness, And Country Produce, not so paid 32.5Q will be charged. After an exciting race S. II. Thorpe-beaAnd fold my hands with lingering caress, Has opened his slock of good and Is ready to serve his uncle, W. II. Miller, for circuit thereoplenf Stanford and vicinity. He Is offer Poor hands, so empty and so cold II. I will deliver lee every morning In Stnnfurd and Gov. of lUrgnlns and all who want good K. L. LOCAL TIME CARD. ' clerk of Mmlison by 200 majority. Miller ing unheard I.,..t nllil nrlfM should call on ""- l' ..7.1. ... ih.. If I should die of each vot'k nun red All accounts due Inst.'".""A " "V " Is a Candidate for Congress In the 81I1 Corgres. J"-". ... "".. nun in wc.i b.iik..iri ..ii Train staves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning Mr friends would call to mind. with losing thought has held the oflice for somu time nud is f ::" i.ogin nvcnuc) '. ionil District of Kentucky, subject to the action J AM US I'. I1UMI, ftf at "tanfurd. Ky. of the UeiiHKratic party deed the icy hands had wrought Some kindly a very tine clerk. Thorpe was his depu 1 WILL MAKE L0CALTME CARD Some gentle word the froren lips had said; ty till they had a misunderstanding and .1 S. OWSLEY, 9 Pm Errands on which the willing feet had sped ; THE SUELTOH HOUSE. Mail train going North the contest was the result. J. 1 SimPHOTOS South i34Pm The memory of mr selfishness and pride, .. It a Candidate for Comnnn wealth's Attcrney.sub ...iia$am My Express train" South mons was nominated for sheriff over V. HOYVLAXD, KY. words would all be From now till May ijth i North - .. - 6 5lm And hasty should be loved and put aside, Jecttothe action of the Dmo rati, party lu any mourned so C. French. 59 am Judicial District to which I Iniolu iu mty may b Freight North L)cal assigned. South- .....S"Pra Tho Senate Civil Service Committee AT : $1.99 : PER : DOZEN. If I should die This House has been refitted throughsui; has The latter trains also carry patenger. no Even hearts estranged w ould turn once more to me, has presented a joint resolution proposRemember Si Is my regular price. I'ome The above i calculated on standard time. Solar A LIVERY ATTACHED. rates Recalling other days remorsefully, ti.ne it about so minutes faster ing an amendment to the Constitution, and take advantage of the luJ KAKP.Manfurd. A The eyes that chill me with averted glance Transient custom solicited making thu term of oflice of president QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Would look upon me as of yore, perchance, vloiy J. W. CARKIKR, 1'rop. and vice president six years instead of And soften, In the old familiar way ; Trains pass Junction City as follow: war with dumb, unconscious clay? four, and making a president ineligible AC Special u am ; Fast For who could I am Agent for the Celebrated SALOON HOTEL New Orleans Limited 37 '" So I might rest, forgiven of all, Mail ta: P m for The change is to take Special S.4' P J Deering : Harvesting : Company, .hi... a. Oh, friends, I pray C. Special AT ROWLAND effect March 4, 1S97. to And offer their Grass Special y.ia a m. ; Cincinnati Limited 1.07 Keep not your kitses for my dead, cold brow, John Tudor, of Madison, while in-- t county Their Machines aic the people of Lincoln unexcelled and their Hinders p m.; Fast Mail a.t p. m. The way is lonely, let me feci them now. ol any in Keapers and xicated, eat down on a barrel in the the market Mowers Hand the highest tittup 011 IF1 Think gently of me ; I am travel worn; Alto Veep all kindi of my frame I offer It is sup- hand, fee me before purchasing. Office at First Saloon atfor sale ptitately are now Hotel and My faltering steps ore pierced with many a thorn; rear of a saloon at Richmond. Rowland, which renin); at Jcs J. II UAl'GHMAN, Forgive, oh, hearts estranged, forgive, I plead ! posed that he fell asleep and caught his National Hank Stanford, Ky. per month. It It centrally located and a line point When dreamless rest is mine I shall not need lor business, being at a terrrinal point on a divis shirt collar on the faucet of the barrel, It has good vtell, stable coal ion of th. L. & The tenderness for which I long as he was found dead in that position. house and other necessary outbuildings. Address BAUGII3IAN, MR MARY C r'KRRILL, Stanford 1 He was over 40 years of age and leaves a Central University Commencement. FIRE AND STORM always bo Sunday, June 3, at 11 a. m., Baccalau- wife and live children. reate Sermon byKev. Win. Irvine, D. D., Tart or Ills IJuttes. Keptesenting with Anchorage, Ky. Dealer in General Merchandise, Visitor (in a newspaper otllce) Who Sunday, June 5, nt S p. si, Sermon Lumber and Shingles. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Is tho little man nt yonder desk? Goods sold fur cash only It givts me pleasure the Y. M. 0. Association by Rev. Attendant That is tho religious edi- Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. i,ul(,,o the nubiicin general that i .m doing Jerry Witherepoou, D. D., Nashville, tor. the cash " Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, ' are rapidly catching ensrit? and that .itpeople A l the fact that to "Does ho do nothing but wTlto re- InS. CO. Of North America, ,, Tenn. better system, both (or the buyer and seller. They p. m., Alumni ligious matter?" also know that sell anods for about a third lets is to follow Monday, June 0, at S All of which are first clam Companies. I would than my corapetitsrs who do credit business "Oh! yes; he writes tho tips for race Address by R. T. Irvine, Esq., Big Stone that keep constantly on hand a splen- . he pleased to wait on my friends in this line. 1VI. every day." Truth. iciei promptly issued. Will insure agaiatt torna- did assortment of Dry (om1s, Groceries. Gap, Va. Hoots, Shoes. Hats and the like Call In and does, wind storms and luhtnlng Lightning clausof es attached without additional charge see my stock, which is replenished almost daily, What Worked It. Tuesday, June 7, at 9 a. m., Meeting Office at First National Hank Stanford. J II. HILTON. Rowland, Ky jjiyr Seedy Customer (at entranco of basemedicine. of the Board of Curators. MOKISLAND, ball park) I have always had a curiosiDealt r in the aVeve Tuesday, June 7, at 10 a. m., Class Day ty to know something about tho CJJ-A-Io-.NOTICE TO Til K... Orders for Cattle, Shoop and I Exercises. mechanism of a turnstile. On what you. Solicitrd Stock Cattle and Sheep a fpe tally. will p. i , Meeting of principle does It work? Tuesday, June 7, at 4 I crton. havint; any ofihebove detcribrd fersaleorwithlii, to (.uivhait tame, ,1: nock Gatekeeper Cash every time. Step the Aiumui Association. well to call on or address me C.TSll market price "paid An eipcrience .f fifteen You are hindering Highest Tuesday, June 7, at S p. i.t Joint Fi- aside, my friend. jeartiu I this buntitit has been of profit to me and W. B. DR. I have opened In connection with my Hotel, the I think tin make t profitable both to Ihe buTr for nal Celebration of Literary Societies; the procession. Chicago Tribune. O aJstre.tSttnfotd.Ky. andsr4lr 100 fee at the Myers Home. Iter Claim Kstiibllsheil. Contest for Best Speaker's Medal. "Fashionable! Why do you call her Wednesday, June 8, nt 10 a. m , Com Office South side Main street, in office recently fashionable?" vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. mencement. A "Because she Is. She always talks at &c, .it All cordially invited. F.H. RILHY, Proprlotor, .f'jvmer the theater while the play Is going on, A. S. Flrst-Clas- s JLIvcry L. II. Blanto.v, Chancellor. ! ner cmiuren are it,cpt, in tho nursery - - - Kontucky. & CO., M. F. SURGEON DENTIST. sx And offer the tenices of it to the puMie. Ilrami London, when she's at home, and .she never alrvew vehicles and fresh blooded horses make my Office on Main street, over W. B McRoberts 35 ijr A widower took a vouhr lady into his lows herself to be seen in her husband's STANFOrtD. KV. stable compare svilh I have moved to my new Hotel d am 1tur Drug Store, Stanford. r ta P'tpartd than saying: "You know, of company." N. Y. Press. confidence by In tho Country.1 Csl Livery attached accommodate the public.Tho Bost and every conv.Bieoc.detired Olve me a call. course, I have three children. Now, Cite me a ta'l. How Conlil He Help Itf HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. ' R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. this lady of whom wo are speaking is FRANK RILEV. W ORF.EV. I'ropiietor " Mcddergrass (of Yaphank) You've AL BURNS, Manager charming. I I like her. That she is a got me charged one dollar for extra gas. DENTIST. oner lor rent tne Lot belonging to POSTED. Hotel Clerk Yes, sir. It was burn- the estate of Capt. Galnet Craig, and adjmnli "Kl (s moving to th Higgins office, Lancaster street. widow is no objection in my mind to Dr. J !i. Owsley, an HuttonvlHe street, Manforu. Oxide Gas given for painless attracting. marrying her, but I do not like the idea ing all night in your room. ' TbM notice farewarnt hunters, fishermen and Nitrous Ky It has right tosHni, gstcsl welt and uecettary STANFORD, KENTUCKY. nnourtanat without nuiMnvii.uFS)iiwill be Meddcrgrass Well, what's a fellow to outhouses. of her children." at ail sM.h protecutcd to the tt P. M. McROIIEKTS, Agent. do? You've got a sign hangin' there that the law. tli;ntd: Stautord, Ky il it "Of course not. You can supply your says: "Don't blow out the gas." C M.SPOOVAMOORE Jury. M. CRAIG, own!" exclaimed the young lady. STANFORD, KY., DR. IIKUCF- Ji THOMASC. IIAI.L Ills Only Compunction. To which the widower replied with STKKLF. 1IAILKY Homoopathlo Physician, Minister (to small boy caught In the A.M. KFXANI) enthusiasm: "Exactly!" KENTUCKY. II. tt'.GAIN-KSorchard) Doesn't your conscience ever STANFORD, JAMKSCIVKNS. Then there was a deadly pause, followtrouble you after you have stolen fruit, Valuable Lanj. and Town This Hotel, renovated, ami refurnished, It bow I. b. I'll I.I.I PS. Office Hours: to to 11 a. m.; to 3 p. ra.j 8 to Properly, in iny charge and intend to conduct it ed by the exit of the young lady through my son? i ts ANTON RKNACKF.R s p. m. not only maintain its high reputation, but to fcdd CLARK RKYNOLUS opposite Office on Lancaster street, Small Boy No, sir, but my stomach one door and the widower through anto Its long Hit ol frtendt Spevsal accsnimosla- M I.At'KOVIT2 Garrard Circuit Court tions f.r commercial travelers and line rooms for T I). NF.VVI.ANI often does. Pharmaceutical Era. other. Washington Post. Semi-Week- ly Interior Joorhk. - IF I SHOULD DIE I ttS1 IN- DB, J. A. AMOIT, II. T. NOEL 1 c. x. FOWJsr.r -- Stanford, Kentucky. JOHN HUGHES snow-whi- te Gcncral '"-".'" -:- Mcrcliniulise, ICE! ICE r3-Wh- eu l! Jnmcs UlcCrcary JU, CABINET J. 1 9-- iy To Farmers. Soutti-bound- ; P- - AND lllue-Gra- ss North-bound-- A-- RHEUMATISM neuralgia, and sciatica can successfully treated O IR SA L IE. tS-i- J. II. INSURANCE AGENT J. H. HILTOIT, "" Ayer's Sarsaparilla the persistent use this cure sure Bo-fo- re 1 1 Cloth-ing- Has Cured Others cure PENNY, Dentist. PRICE, WILLIAM Ej- Hos .1 . TRAVELING PUBLIC. j Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, MY3eRS ! house, THE Stable, RILEY HOUSR ELKIN 1 1 a THE GOFFEY HOUSE JOHN etalf lull-t- .... --- Commissioner's Sale JOSEPH COFFEY,Pro'r. 1 Ji; . 1 . ; I I court-hous- ; 39-- y , , MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, Milliner and Dress Maker --- on 37-- tf Wednesday, Juno as 1802, FIRST NATIONAL BANK Muck-wanaj- n, Net-nu- ST O CJ&. PABM in Capital ICE iUKTB B3SSR. .! i Sffi Js2 I iJ I'ao-eiig- er l?re-m- er m osSry .W- l- twi-ttor- l&Z?:"" j 1'' '"I! lsi 1 ts '.1 ? Stf" ', "."Jj", ?"? lEVi: .i.r ,., a.s.,h iu.-si.-i- ,8200,000 18,500 t f1 ?ilt Jhri JZIKT, MONUMENTS W. SON, Parts in Set the Country. II. T. BVSII, REAL ESTATE AGENT Stanford, i, in fidu-esari- articles mimmi 1 j r VJ h SDQST'T irotr KOTOW Fruits, 1 I JESSE D. WEAKEN vice-pieside- ' Fancy 11 BOT JTOHGOST South-easter- n Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. Capital Staple Groceries, And Provisions, Highest Market Prices. se e. Hlue-Gra- 1 three-fourt- ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. C- " " Insurance Company, 1 eay 11 JJ. BA11BEE &CASTLEMAN , ' Cbll-Jren- A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, oj-i- yr "l!j--.-