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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890070101 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 1890 $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. h Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. "HOTEL KATYDID." The Lancaster Record B. M. r STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, JULY 1. 1890. Visits Col. t when it is formally openi'il. Hii-will bein thut lav. s .Many fain Springs IIUH.W, ifl.V 1th, and Grows Enthusiastic. Wlliill tin ifitniiil f.viifintu tn imf nrtniti Attracteil ly hl.s tircnlitrs in which ho j between two mid three thousiiml people. bo nicely ilopiet.stije womlorfnl tlij?ht of Thoso wishing to bring their dhinora on the iiuuKinnry Kutytlitl, from tlieivilar-tla- l Mint tiny inaviloho. He lias also takei i a new lenhe on Old Dripping, wheie hillsiileof "Old Dripping pHnirs. mountain to the famed marvelous rity cottages will be rented to any who dewith lu lofty lueiisbury Height."4, wheie sire ipiietmle; only one mile apart; regufor moment it rusted, then homeward lar stage lino between the two places. turned, alighting by wnynide. near a We can not close without tolling The cool, refreshing spring, to taste at itseiw readers that Col. Slaughter has HiUiii, on a spot where been his own architect in the erection of the God in it happy mood laid plans for tho this grand hotel, having drawn nil tho phue this reputed little debater must ul- plans, he has supervised tho work of 'Si timately linger, we concluded Col. D.in liands. To be brief, ho ii a wonderful O. Slaughter know nbotit w hut he wue man nud will noiiih day nmko Ureen talking, and, with tin aim not aololv to Briar Springs n summer witiefy curiosity but to acquaint ourselves rotort wheie hundreds will tlock to with its truo merits ot which he ho mod drink this rejuvenating water. May the bles3 him with a propitious estlv tells, and to drink of tho soring' while he in turn, so ImmiI fluently UMtivo wjitera, we took In tho place y and can ijuote, without fear of blesbw the sUkly iitnnbfrs of this .ontradiction, "(Jreon Hrinr Springs" the woild. t muni: watering place and summer reDANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. sort of Kentucky, a romantic dwell for the poetical creation, a iiingiilsicntabxle Water melons, first of tho season, yot alike a fir tle aro on the market. They are being comporativeiy speaking, for shipped from the South. hum, who thoe wimry of the An ico famine Iihi Mrnck tho town. tek Militude; but lor n't mid all, one To do without a while will put the people in notion to have an ice factory hero sutil refreshing spot. rr.nlUe is regain-el- . another season. "Drink ye and live." A treat deal of Ifohtulni; and thun- Talk about your Arabian Night palaces. der and a bit: rain her Saturdny even theouick urowth of Middlesboro, nm ing. o oamage so jar except, you nun low nt the subject, you go wide two hor.os killed riixritHi in the country that beof the mnrk; here are building im- longed to K. II. Murk. mense stmctures whole despatch in Somebody from the country said the erc ttoii can not beoutrivnlleil. On Ap'l thermometer stood in the shade Friday nth, what is known now, to the remot- at 110. Ouess the statement was incor est corners of Kentucky is "Green Hriitr rect, but judging from one's feelings it Springs," theeo twenty acies wore but a was hotter than that. vast forest, one holid undergrowth briar Farmers had a good time for harvest A regular hamlet. what? held. ing during InM week, no rain falling unSituated one and a half from Crab Or- - til Saturday evening. Tho wheat crop, 'iard it Invites the masses to see for which has been about nil cut, is reported theinA'lves. With its bioad graveled tolerably good. The prevailing comdriven on either side, its Immense central plaint is too much cheat. a venue, carpeted by Nature's own true Keith Duke, Mm of Win. Duke, died blue, shaded dimly by the design of which plant- Saturday night from n stroke of paralywater maples, the a few days ago. ing as they twine through thesu walks, sis, which ho received He had been at home about a year from how-reby Cupid ready to send an tho West, having come home on achome on the moonlight nights to be, please count of bail health and has never been given an elleet that needs mint well since. Burial in the Danville Cemthe most critical eye; here, fronting these stands "Hotel Katydid," etery Sunday evening. strolling paths, Mr. Walter Wallace and mother paiuted with suggestive colors. The buildings prevnt an oval shaped front; have gone to Cleveland, ()., where they t ic main one, on which is placed the ob- were called by the sad intelligence of servatory, is Joined at each end by wings the drowning nt that place of Charlie brother-in-laA nml of the other biddings of same lengths, Wallace, a front to an advan. letter from Mr. W., Saturday, s.iid the showing up the entire tage of four hundred feet. The broad body had not been recoveted yet ami verandas that completely encircle it, thnt he had olTered a reward for the stretch, in round numbers, to the euor-- tin ling of it. Mr. John Owalev died at Stove Ows )iis length of 1,000 feot, nearly a quar-- t ley's Friday night. He died of tltat ter r of a mile. We were honoted by being the first to rible disease, consumption. He went to partake of a bountiful dinner in the Now Mexico earlv in the spring, think large dining hall, which alone measures ing lie would get relief, but returned to 100 feeti being also used in time of emer- this place not long since and was very His gency as an extra ball room. After slay- low up to the time of his death. ing a quantity of the colonel's rich food, remains were taken to Iuicaster Sunday prepared as only Mrs. Slaughter knows morning for burial. lnw, wo took in tho place in proper Mrs. Win. Stanley was railed to style. The grounds, (20 acres) have hith-vrt- Midway Friday to attend her sister, who been known as the Kennedy Farm, is dangerously sick nt that place. Mrs. on which tliiough listless ages, untouch- liti ldy Cotton, of Kirksville, is visiting ed by the polished hand of improve- lie. sister, Mrs. Iong, at the D. & D. Inment, nor siptH-- by tho thirsty lips of stitute. Mr. F.d Camp, who has been l.tMlthseekers, has rested the "Cooley clerking for the Welsh rt Wiseman Co., Springs" which, though neglected, flow- lias resigned his position and will go to ed on, hoped on, if not to win distinc- Knoxville, where lie has secured a good tion, to feel more worthy it. But time place. His father-in-lahas recently reeals all things and with it the moved to that place from Iiuisville curative powers, Misses Martha Batterton and Sue Belle WATKIt IIIUM'I.Y lltl'ltht.NA-Kl- ) Fililewillstnrt Wednesday to Old Point A lltW.VIIBATK WITH KlTJOM. Comfort to remain for a while. Miss Alproper, about o ice Kichardson, of Somerset, pas-e- d The hotel grounds by a ravine to through town Friday to visit Miss Kddie acres, aio grandeur Italy's lowly hollows Adams, at ltryantsville. whose t mid not compare, and as one drives The otiicial count of the population down these heaven frescoed walls, wheie ledges speak volumes ofllio District of Columbia, as annocuc-evines on ruthless by the superintendent of tho census, t) their credit, he can not hide the animates his soul. is 'J'JH.TOO, a gain of something over that in ten years. The population of ChiIt is from the opposite side of the left census, is placed at ravino from tho hotel that tho spring cago, under the new of the United States 1,08.',000, and that drips and drips from the complete otiicial redill's; perhaps 123 yards from the Stlon nt (U,500,000. The will all be in within :50 days. The benturns in rear of tho grounds. Hut, for the bv tho census of 1SS0 was efit of those who do not care to ride over population to tho spring on tho incline plane, (simi- "(), 155,733. lar to one to Highland House, CincinnaMiles1 NisrxoaiuJ 1.1 ur Ills. ti,' for it's an honest truth that this railli Ifl Ol tic An iiu.i"" ' li 4'.i imrvos way is a feature, he has built a pipe Mvi'i iitu i.tllotU v i r i. .r.! . connecting tho reseivoir in tlie pavilion A , m. ii id itml u!lr'ii i' ', witli the fountain head and by means of tioli. t il.l.r.lo SvOtlU . ' ilil.ll'" 4 MJIllulil. u p which throwH the water O.UMIIIV P a hydraulic ram Valuable llwcocry. mni- 50 feet highi is enabled to place, contin..f ..ciiOi lj I.I..I. every !. uously, thiH delightful beverage, whose mi iiiiiiuriuul il ciivi'ry. one know.. uimui-tuinlyltwe iiuiiri deceptive taste renders it palatable in the tli.it tr it.iIikiiiiulveii ilii.it .units afflicted with It litis N W Lo.lOO of Llfo. r!ou heart lie i extreme. DruirsUti who ennoWivo its rlTcct nu niiiny A lovely grove catches tho eye, imme- cutlomiTH iivurywliire stioiiU very liUh'y of It. Joint Woiaur nt KinfihtMiiwa. diately in front of the buildings on tho Mr.imve Mid much of Ur Miles' Nowlud.suy-"I'lire uiid side of the Broadway leading huvu rccQtTod ninny good reports." O .Monro. the other -Ami N. Y reports Intge sales. out from Crab Orchard, which is beyond of Dunkirk. of II is every liottlo litis, jriven tho IwH imrl Sold und km trunleod li A. Ic. Pen we visited tho launconception. Next n y, SUinfuril, Ky dry, sulllcicntly largo for n Binall village; Croat niricovvrcrs. What Hell mil iMisauHrotoitieiehmlioiionnd thence to the culinary department where electricity, s.illi PlltsuurB News. r. Iran--ll- u choicest viands and dainty sweets greet Mlliii. the iee.ii 1st It preIk to the nciwiiu ytcm and nerve one's olfactories, arranged too with Hie llulil. .Anion liU timnnrous illscovorte HuuloralUft Nervine Is undoubted. y one of tlio cise convenience. nervousness uniirp.icd In Seven cottages that will adorn hilltop jr)opila, It headuche, rpllepiy, ue'iralKltv mulanclutll). klevplcntnr. cliungoof il'e. under courso of erection and vale are etc. Ft tt (Hut boVttt of H may b hod or A. It and will he rented to those desiring. Penny, druxittsi. All khoiild reada Iim 'M "'' ery abln. tUnrllinq Pod for the Affile rii." Every mail brings application upon ap. nud lluely Illustrated book. I'reo to 1st, all plication for admittance before July Slaughter'sFamoiis Green-Briasoul-inspirin- g world-rptiowuoAll-wis- TIIK Hlfi I'KNIC AM) I1AI.I. COMBS OKI' NKXT e sou-so- u, Tui-tfda- work-n-dn- n, bu-inc- tfl.i-im- is health-retaiumi- ;. life-jiivinj- I I To-da- I j ! leaf-covere- d Serious Charge. MT. SALEM. I J. Green, Samuel John Hide will open school at Rich-- , Keid, J. M. Cook, II. Brown, G. M. Ghland .Monday, July 7th. E. Tarrant will ent) and other petitioners: Gk.vti.kmkn: You petitioned the last also commence teaching on the same day near Gilpin, in Casey count'. James Legislature to take away it on the Danville and Hustonville Turnpike II. Thomas, late of Dunn ville, will teach! this year. road, and stated that the consideration at the Richard's school-liouVirgil Coleman requests me to corthat authorized its establishment, which! was tho bridging of Knob Lick creek, and rect a misstatement going the rounds to maintaining same fteo of charge to tho the oiled that there will be a '2b cents' public. For this fair statement we give' entrance fee chaiged at the grand picnic Mid- you credit, but you follow up your fair' in Mai- Royalty's woodland, THE GRKAT dlebnrg, July 1th. It will be free to ev statement with the charge that tho di-rectors built said bridge with money il- erybody ami all are wanted to lmv legally and fraudulently obtained. This ' general jollification. Music, rpeaki is a serious chnrgc to make against gen- fat ninu s nice, Vc., are some of the fee Will begin in the- tlemen, nil of whom are now dead ami turcfi. No dancing this year and no licannot respond to the grave charge. The quor allowed within I'OO miles of the board of directors at Hint time was com- - place. Chinch members and all classes jKJsetl of Samuel Warren, George W. need not hesitate to attend. m Though there is no gonoral epidem Welsh, JncKson Glvons, (ireon T. Jones, ic prevailing in the country, yet there is Martin McFerr.m, John Veiser and I. P. a considerable amount of" friekruw ami Opposite the l'ortn nti House, :; v id, i, Fisher. complaining among the people. Three The present board, or its majority had weeks ago .Mr. Jonas Austin, living near "'"iMff" tMWF tgfff the pleasure and honor of a personal 'Jf? this place, became overpowered with and knowledge of tho deheal while laboring in the field. Since, ceased board, and take grout pleasure in testifying to Its high staiidingind puri- then he has been confined to his room, And continue until ty of character. They were incapable of seriously ill. Also Mrs. Mina Lucas perpetrating tho fraud charged or any and hor little daughter, Mary, have been sick for a few days, hut it is hoped not other wrong. The present bourd has endwvorud to seriously. I'eople should be wrv cau & give you a tirst-clroad and are sure it tious this sultry weather about taking lias, regardless of cost. If, however, you care of themselves and their manner of cannot be satisfied with any directo- living. Mondav, Tuesday nml Wednesday Arc disposed ot. It i. of vital importance thr.t every cash customer ry, buy the stock and manage it to your within 50 miles of Stanford should attend tin's sale. wo were over a large portion of the hot-own liking. Your county is a heavy Below you will find a fc.v toms of Green river und Trace Fork stockholder and you through your coun- ...11..1 f',.Ll.i. iviiihIh i.i Vtir(-St.. .1... 1n.. ... 111 1'Ulllt. Vll UlU IU..11 ty participate in every dollar of dividend tlcl'Ki made. Should you get control of said wet lands we found the corn very small looking and needing rain. road all we shall ask will be to keep it and sickly Irish potatoes and other vegetables looki, 000 yards of Standard Prints, including best American Indigo in condition, as we' have kept ed puny and unhealthy. Late Wednes- Blue, 5c per yard. it. IUtcontly we have as von all know day evening a heavy rain, accompanied 5,000 yards of Lawn', good colors, The entire line of Cham-br- a placed Mihfctnnthd iron bridges across by wind and electricity, went down the Ginghams that have been selling for will go in this sale at Clark's Kim and Harris' Creek. Green river valley, reviving the growing S cents. In order thnt you may know what you crops and other vegetation. At William A lot of American Satteens to close the line, yyc. did say in your petition, we herowith Cloyd's, between this place and Middle-burg- , 20 pieces of Ryswick Suitings, choice patterns, 5c per yard. furnish a copy. Wo lire, however, chat the wiud was alarming and disasLadies' Ribbed Vests 10c, three for 25c. (table and do not believe you meant all trous, blowing down seveial of the mayou Miid, but like Dr. Bohou, signed the Four pair good Hose for 25c. Five spools of Thread, 200 yards on jestic locust trees in his yaul and frightpetition on the general idea of getting ening ids family. each spool, for 5c. Palm Fans ic each. cheaper toll, without reading the caption Bent Apron Check Ginghams Alabama Check Cottons ?y,c of the petition. Qucklen's Arnica Salve per yard. The opportunity to get The twit salve in the world fur cuts, bruises, By order of the Board. A J. W. Hoeker, J. Interior Journal. Gash M Goant NO. 35 toll-gat- e e ' .ITQWV - m-a-r 1 -' -- :!CUT PRICE SALE Big Double S tore-rooJgJ J "?" JllLgi zrcl. flP.M5M l of Sumer Cioods hMttmz yyyy ' 1 J "KNOCK - D0WET ARGtTSEBlTTS: 3c.I2jc first-clas- s 'c. ar-ro- w W. WaMib.v, Pres. of Boyle and Lincoln counties, being on or near to, and who We, citizens I w i m , I . o d w j are compelled to travel over the Danville and Hustonville Turnpike road, in going to mill, in going to depots, either at Dan ville, Hustonville, Milledgeville, More laud, Shelby City or Junction City, would most earnestly request and urge upon the tietieral Assembly to repeal the amendments to the charter of said turn- -' pike road tompany, which said company toll-- l was permitted to erect, a one-hagate on said road, in consideration of building it bridge over Knob Lick creek, and to allow and permit said company miles apart and to erect gates only 4 charge toll at each gate , though five miles had been traveled. Said bridge was built witli money which came into possession of said company by charging and collecting from the traveling public more and larger tolls than by its charter was legal or right or just. Said amend- meiits and thoir operation work n great hardship upon the people who live on the road and nre compelled to travel over it. and was obtained by fraud as hereinbefore set out. This petition is signed by the gentle- men wtioso names head this article nud many others, including J. W. Allen, M. K. P. M. Sandidge, J. G. Weatherford, Owsley, S. G. Drye, . F. Peacock, Dr. P. W. Logan, G. D. Smiley, L. It Adams, John Diuwiddie, L. C. Carpenter, vc. lf a-- rneum, lever sores, letter, sorus, Ulcers, ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin tlens and positively cures piles, or no nay ed. It is iruaramred to irive perfect Price 15 cents per to or money relunded For sole by A. K. rcnuv, auntoru, K. sa sjGoods at Youp Ts our friends and neibbors You have hard tnlkini- - aUmt it Vou may yourself be one of the many who know from personal experience Tho Now Discovery. you are one wondertul thins about it is when oncegitena trial Dr King's New Disco ery eer after hold a place in the house If you have neer ued it and should be alllicted with a coujli. cold or any boltle nt throat, lulls tr chest trouble, secure once and gie it a fair trial. It - suarantfed every or money refunded. Trial bottles tree at A time 11 jut it hwo,aihinsitis floufriends, eer triedthe hae of Its suuncfi because Jlu" hofnrp VOtl Own Prices Come at once before the assortment is broken. You can get anything you want- - K. Penny's tonic and Ulectnc Diners you will rind the exact remedy for restoring ymir humous system ts its norniaf, healthy condition. Surprising remits lollow the ueof this Nerve Tonu und Alterative. returns, good digetion is restored Your apiietite and the liver an J Kidne) resume healthy action. Try a bottle. Price 30 cents at A. R Penny's pru? store. ol my customer suffered from sup- essed menstruation aud her health was com- rieieiy wreikiHi. i a mv uiiicuuii c unu . b.i.H.b DOIIIC .11 lllldl'iviti k...,u., ..... cured bur. J. W Heliums. Water alley, Mix. the llradheld Keg. iu., AiiHiiui, via , lur Write darticulars Sold by all druggists A Perhaps you are run down, ciu't eat, can't sleep, cun't thuiV. can't do anythiiiir Is your sat isfactinn, and you wonder what aits yim. Vosi should heed the wtirnln;. you are takiuz the tirit ouneed a nerve step into nervous prostration, The First Stsp. Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Boots, Shoes In the Big Store-Room opposite the Portman House. daughter Sho Was Completely Cured. Foiemuigh's big elephant, have taken the Golden Specific in tlieir Indieve they without their knowledge, and buit drinking of their own freewill. No harmfu-elleresult from us administration. Cures guaranteed. Semi for circular and full particulars. Ad. drcs in confidence Golokm SricctrtL Co., 1S5 Colum- - It ace Street. Cincinnati, O y ct nltff TrMen's, Boys' and Girls' Straw Hats less than cost. Hats that have been selling for 50c will go in this sale for 25c each. Linen Lap TJus- LIQUOR HAB tt;rs 5 CCIltS. DltUNKENNESS-TH- E in the entire lot ol Clothing at one - third less than regular prices. ail tho World thoro la but one t euro, Dr. Htilnos' Ootdon Specific. livery piece of goods in the house will be marked down regardless It can be Kiien in a cup of tea or coffee aithout Don't miss the place Double Room, opposite the Portman the knowledge of the person taxing it, eiTectinsa of cost. speedy.ind permanent cure, whether the patient House, Stanford, Ky. is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of dmnUards bae been cured who coffew Mrnllfv f I T-- Men's Camlet Blue Pants 50c; Men's heavy check Overshirts 40c; Men's heavy brown Overalls 45c; Men's Outing Cloth Coat and Vest, 65 cents. 100 pairs Ladies' Kid, Button Opera Toe Shoes, to close the stock. : i lit I per pair. Uark S O. v T . Spool CottOll 45C per UOZC11. A. JOE S. JONES H.6.RUPLEY,- semi-circle- d Ida, fell from the train near Pittsburgh, Pa., and was killed. Stockholders' Electing. 11 d tree-fringe- d The nuditor's ageut in Christian A meeting of the stockholders of the Carpenter county has brought 6uit against turnpike road will be held he owes the :it the store of J Boyd for over $3,000 Green, at Hustimv illo, Ky , on 1840 for the purpose ol electing State for tuxes collected in 1SSS. Boyd Saturday, Juty 5, a Prestdcntand Hoard of Directors fur the ensuing J K. P.AUGHMAX, l'res ear is a republicuu. The L. & N., is' believed, at Atlanta, ! to have secured tho lease of the Western 21) years at a month iV Atlantic road for ly rental of Sio.OOO, the minimum sum In the corporate limits of Rowland. tlxed by the new lease law of Georgia, to which the property belongs. II J. DARST, Rowland. 86 .td iatfttjptito Is Receiving His A 1 For Salo SPRING AND SUMMER Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. GOODS. Give him a call. Twenty IJuildiiij; Lots , I nt-- '' ! . i . - i lt- i I -- ! I . iili A Child C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Another child killed by the ue 01 opiitesgnen mother! Rive Well & in the form of oothmfc jyrup Why theirchlldren uch deadly folion ii lurpniius when they can ret oe the child of Itt peculiar TANFORD, KY. trouble by lining Dr. Acker' Haby Soother. It r. contains no opium or morpniue. juiu vj n. Wells drilled to order and Pumps lurmshed Penny. factory prices. ?o Kltlod. DR. ELLIOTT'S at Drillers Pump Adjusters, Medicated Food, A .' Klixir. for it hat JAS. O. GIVENS. l:.,. Ilr been fully demonstrated to the people of this coiin- rythat it l nuperlur to an omer It is a pojitne cure for syuhilitic blood disease. puri-rieioionins, ulcers, eruptions and pimples. Itup thes REAL. the wnole system and thoroughly builds constitution. A. It. I'etiny. Wo Can and Do ArLrr'i lllood Sure Curo for ail Diseases in FHAN'K MAKIMON'. preMiii ;. GlYEHS 5 MMMON. ESTATE, Es8tmmaxa5i& jcr ji-- I . Not if you ko through the world a dyspeptic. Dr. Acker's Dynpepsia Tablets are a positive cure lor the worst forms of dyspepsia, indigestion. and constipation. Uuiriintecd and sold by A. U." Penny. ordinary pill when they can one for the same money. Dr. Acker's English Pills are a positive cure for sick headache and ad liver troubles. They are small, sweet, easily takeu anddonotgnpel rorsalebyA. 11. Penny. h Is Uta Worth Living? Pinevillc. - - Kentucky. B& --T HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs I Taw-- v Lots, Cull, Iron and Timber Lands bought or sold 011 Commission, Correxindence snlkited. lot yr C- - T Arlslas from Iinpurlttes or tho Blood, and from Functional Deranromanta. A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAII use a common It is surprising thnt peeple will a valuable Kng-lissecure A Duty to Youraolf. THE CQMHERCIfIL HOTEL J. II. PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. OWENS. Manager, well-know- Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. I have taken charge at this popular hotel and intend to run it in atirst.class manner in every ltisbcm papered and painted Irom top to bottom, the bedding is being renot ated and Is the complaint of thousands suffering Irom cough, etc. Old you ever try eservthing done t make it (sleasant and comfortbest prep- able for guests. The table shall neter b surpassDr. Acker's English Remedy f ItU the Sold on a ed by hotels in this section. J. II. OWENS. aration known for all lung troubles. positive guarantee at 15c and 50c by A. K. Penny. For sale bv A K. lVnnjr, Dnui,i.t Stanford, W C Ilailey, General Mer bandi'e, Tiirnersville; N K. H Jones, U Suleni; W I McL'aity, Druggist, Kingsvillc: C C. Oooch A, Co, Wayneiburg: W II McPherson, Rowland; J F Routen, Drugsist, Milledtrevillej F Arthur Zclller, Druggist, Cruh On hard, W H CutnminK. General Merchandise, Preachersyille; J A. Miliums, DrujfgiJt. McKmney; C 11 HaWer.Cieneral Merchandise, Hishland. Gaa't Sleep Nights BRYANT & STRATTON Business College Hooli m Write Kerping, Short JIan J, Telegraphy, Aem far Catalogue anU full information W UlCIVIIsakEif mff b Alliell I P IVTr y u o. .. O, o. I. f? jii Jtgm iWWWPWi ifplpT 1 Semi-Weekl- y vol. xviii. "HOTEL KATYDID." Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1S90. NO. 35 . r The Lancaster Record B. H. Visits Col. Springs r Slaughter's Famous and Grows Enthusiastic. In which he Attrni-toi- l by lii.s ho nicely depicts the woinlerfnl flight of the iinuniiinry KutyilUI, from tliemliir-clai- l hillsiile of "Old Dripping Spring" inoiintiiin to the fameil jimrvelous city with Itslofty tluufiiBhury HeljfhLs uheio for a iiioiiutit it rewtoil, then honiewanl n turned, ulljhtlii hy nnynhlt. cool, refreHhitiK eprinir, to tiiitfiit !iititil. onn spot where UoJ iu it happy mood laid tiiiins for tho place thin reputed little debater must ultimately linger, we coitchnhil Col. Pan ii. Slaughter knew nhout w hat h was talking, and, with an nim not hoIoIv to eatisfy curiosity hut to acquaint ourselves with iU true inuritaot which he po modestly tells, and to drink of the spring' curative waters, we took in the place Tuesday ami can quote, without fair of "Circuit Urinr Springs" tho coming watering place and auniniur resort of Kentucky; a rumantic dwell for the poetical creation, inngiiitlcuiit abode yet alike a fcie for tlie speaking, for ilugimi, comjmrati o hum, who those wimry of the Mlitude; hut tor n'l mid all, one Grcen-BrlaJit-n- when it is formally opened. ilies will begin that day. THK HIO Many A.VII RAM. COMBS A Serious Charge. W. Hooker, J. H. Green, Samuel 0IT NSXT Keid, J. M. Cook, II. Hrowu, G. M. Giv-en- s fam- MT. SALEM. J. r itsi-tui-th- e soul-iusplrin- g ruiiiAv, jii.v Int. When the colonel expects to entertain between two and three thousand people. Those wishing to bring their dinners on that day niny do so. Ho has also taken a new lease on Old hipping, whom cottages will be rented to any who desire quietude; only one mile tipnrt; regular stage line between the two places. We can not close without telling Tho Hcojrd renders that Col. Slaughter has been his own architect in tho erection of this grand hotel, having drawn nil tho plans, he has supervised tho work of ''' hands. To be brief, ho is a wonderful man and will some day make (ireeii summer Uriar springs n resort wheio hundreds will flock to diiuk this rejuvenating water. Mny the blosa liim with a propitious whilo ho iu turn, so heulflcontly y blesses the sickly numbers of this 1 world-renowned All-wiso '. lu-in- Mr-e-k jlln-int- u health-retniuiUk- '. life-givin- Houlrefreshiug Hpot. I'MMilhu is rout"" ed. "Drink ye and live." Talk about your Aiubiau Night palaces tho quick growth of Middlesboro, nntl you huh low at the subject, you go wide of the mark; here nre buildings immense HtructiinM whose dt!.iatcli in erection ran not be ontri vailed. On Ap'l nth, what is known now, to tho remotest corners of Kentucky aw "Urcen Itriur Spriugn," these twenty notes were but a vast forest, one solid undergrowth briar what? A regular hamlet. held. Situated one and a half from Crab it invites the niussw to see for themselves. With its htoad graveled iltiver. on either fide, its immense central iiveuue, carpetetl by Nature's own true blue, shaded dimly by the water maples, the design of which planting as they twine through these walks, hovered by Cupid romly to send nit arrow iiotiiu'ou the moonlight nights to be, gives an ellect that needs mint please the most critical eye; here, fronting these strolling paths, stands "Hotel Katydid," paitited with suggestive colors. The biuMiiigfl present an oval Bhaped front; t io III.IUI one, on which is placed the observatory, is joined at each end by wings of the other binding of Mime lengths, showing up the entire front to an advantage of four hundred feet. The broad verandas that completely encircle It, stretch, in round numbers, to tho enormous length of 1,00 fuot, iiKirly n lnr-t-- r To-daOr-ctin- rd leaf-covere- d We were honnied by being the tlrst to partake of a Iwuiitiful dinner In tint largo dining hall, which alone measures 100 feeti being also used in time of emergency as an extra hall room. After slaying a quantity of the colonel's rich food, prepared as only Mrs. Slaughter knows how, we took in tho place in proper style. The grounds, (20 acres) have hitherto been known as the Kennedy Farm, on which through listless ages, untouched by the polished baud of improvement, nor Hipped by the thirsty lips of l.althseekors. has rested the "Cooley which, though neglected, MowSpring-,on, hoped on, if not to win distinced tion, to feel inoii! worthy it. Hut time reveals all things and with it the curative powers, " of audio. A UIL I1EATB WATKIl DKUFI.Y WITH KCSO.M. IMI'llhU.NA-Kl- ) The hotel grounds proper, about A by a ravine to acres, aie whose grandeur Italy'n lowly hollows could not compare, and as one drives down these heaven frescoed walls, wheio vines on ruthless ledges speak volumes to their credit, he can not hide the admiration that animates his soul. It is from tho opposite side of the left ravine from the hotel that tho spring drips and drips from tho dill's; perhaps 125 yards from the Salon in rear of tho grounds. Hut, for the benefit of those who do not care to ride, over to the spring on tho incline plane, (similar to one to Highland House, Cincinnati,) for it's an honest truth that this railway is it feature, ho has built a pipu connecting tho rcseivoir in the pavilion iii tin. fountain head and by means of a hydraulic ram which throws tho water 50 feet high, is enabled to place, continuously, this delightful beverage, whoso deceptlvo taste renders it palatable in tlie extreme. A lovely grove catches tho eye, immediately In front of tho buildings on tho tho other side of tho Hroadwny leading out from Crab Orchard, which is beyond conception. Next wo visited tho laundry, Milllcieutly largo for n small village; thenco to tho culinary department where choicest viands and dainty sweets greet one's olfactories, arranged too with precise convenience. Seven cottages that will adorn hilltop ami valo aro under course of erection aud will bo rented to thoso desiring. api:ory mail brings application upon 1st, admittance before July plication for nemi-circled tree-fringe- d and other petitioners: You petitioned the last Legislature to take away a on the Danville and Hustonville Turnpike road, and stated that tho consideration! that authorized its establishment, which was tho bridging of Knob Lick creek, and maintaining same free of charge to the public. For this fail statement we give' you credit, hut you follow up your fair' statement with the charge that the di-- , rectors built said biidge with money il' loL'.lllv mid fmudulcntlv oblnind. Tliiu is a serious ciinrge to make against gentlemen, all of whom aro now dead mid cannot respond to the grave charge. The board of directors at that time was composed of Samuel Warren, George W. Welsh, .lacKson Glvens, Green T. Jonos, Martin McFertan, John Yeiserand I. 1. Fisher. Tho present hoard, or its majority had the pleasure and houor of a personnl world. and kuowlodge of tho DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. board, and take grout pleasure in testifying to its high ttuiullngind puriWater melon- -, first of tho season, ty of character. They were incapable of aro on the market. They are being, perpetrating tho fraud charged or any shipped from thOoutli. other wrong. An ico famine has sttuck the town. The present Iward has endeavored to To do without a while will put the peotdv you a road and are sine it ple in notion to hnve hii ice factory horo iias, regardlow of cost. If, however, you another season. cuunot he Mitislled with any directoA great deal of lightning and thunry, buy the der iiiul a big ruin how Saturday oven-in- own liking. stock and manage it to vour Your county is a heavv No damage so far except stockholder ami you through your countwo horses killed in the country that bety participate in every dollar of dividend longed to K. II. Iturk. you get control of said Somebody from the country said the made. Should road all we shall ask will be to kuep it thermometer stood iu the shade Friday iu condition, as we' have kept nt 110. (Jiteps the statement was incorit. Hecently wo have as you all know rect, but judging from one's feelings it placed substantial Iron budges across was hotter than that. Farmers hud a good time for harvest- Clark's Itiiu and Harris' Creek. In order that you may know what you ing during Inst week, no niiu falling unevening. The wheat crop, did say hi your petition, we herewith til Saturday which has been about all cut, Is reported furnish a copj . We nre, however, chai-- I tolerably good. The prevailing com- itiible and do not believe you meant all you said, but like Dr. Hohon, signed the plaint is too much cheat. petition on tho general idea of getting Keith Duke, son of Win. Duty, died cheaper toll, without reading the caption Saturday night from n stroke of paraly- of the petition. sis, which ho received a few days ago. Hy order of the Hoard. Ho had been nt home about a year from W. Waiibb.v, I'res. tho West, haviug come homo on acWe, citizens of Hoyle and Lincoln count of bad health and has never Imhij well since. Hurinl in the Danville Cem- counties, being on or near to, and who are compelled to tiavel over tho Danville etery Sunday evening. Wallace and mother aud Hustonvitle Turnpike road, iu going Mr. Walter have gone to Cleveland, O., where they to mill, iu going to depots, either ntDauville, Hustonville, Milledgevillo, More- wore railed by the sad intelligence of the drowning at that place of Charlie laud, Shelby City or Junction City, and son. A would most earnestly request and urge Wallace, a brother-in-laMr. W., Saturday, said the upon the General Assembly to repeal tho letter from liody had not been recovered yet ami amendments to the charter of said turnpike road company, which said company that he had ntl'ered a reward for the toll- was permitted to erect, a furling of it. gate ou said road, iu consideration of Mr. John Owsley died at Stove Owsbuilding a bridge over Knob Lick creek, ley's Friday night. "lie died of that ter- ' and to allow and permit said company rible disease, consumption. He went to to elect gates only 4J miles apart and New Mexico early In tho spring, thinkthough live charge toll at each gate ing he would get relief, but returned to ' miles had been traveled. Said bridge this place not long since and was very His was built with money which came into low up to tho tlmo of his death. of said company by charging remains were taken to lincaster Sunday possession and collecting from the traveling public morning for burial. more anil larger tolls than by its charter Mrs. Win. Stanley was called to was legal or right or just. Said amend- Midway Friday to attend her sister, who incuts and their operation work a great Mrs. is dangerously sick at that place. hardship upon the people who live on Muddy Cotton, of Kirksville, is visiting tho road and aro compelled to travel her sister, Mrs. Ing, at the D. ifc D. In- over it, and was obtained by fraud as stitute. Mr. Kd Camp, who has been ' hereinbefore set out. Wiseman Co., clerklug for the Welsh This petition is signed by the gentlehas resigned his position and will go to men whoso names head this article and Knoxville, whero he has secured a good many others, including J. W. Allen, M. hns recently place. His father-in-laM. Sandidge, J. Ci. Weatherford, E. 1. place from Iiuisville Owsley, S. G. Drye, G. F. Peacock, Dr. moved to that Misses Mai thn Hatterton and Sue Hello 1 W. Logan, G. D. Smiley, L. 15 Adams, Fililo will start Wednesday to Old Point John Dinwiddie, L. C. Carpenter, &e. Comfort to remain for a whilo. Miss Alice Richardson, of Somerset, passed Forepaugh's big elephant, Columthrough town Friday to visit Miss Eddie bia, fell from the train near Pittsburgh, Adams, at Uryantsville. I'a., and was killed. The auditor's agent in Christian Tho olllcial count of the population county bus brought suit against Kx- of tho District of Columbia, as annotne-e- d Sherilf Hoyd for over ;5,000 he owes the by tho superintendent of tho census, State for taxes collected iu 1SSS. Royd a gain of something over is is a republican. years. The population of ChiThe L. X., is believed, at Atlanta, in ten cago, under the new census, is placed at to have secured tho lease of the Western ,083,000, and that of tho United States iV Atlantic road for 29 years at a monthat 04,500,000. The complete otlicial re- ly rental of $:W,000, tho minimum sum turns will all bo in within . days. Tho tlxed by tho new lease law of Georgia, to population by tho census of 18S0 was which the property belongs. Gk.nti.i:mk.v: i John Hide will open school at Richland Monday, July 7th. E. Tarrant will also commence teaching on too same day J -' son-so- n, work-n-da- ed tirst-clns- a g. norti j near Gilpin, in Csey county. James II. Thomas, late of Dunnville, will teach . .. t I at me jiionarUB this year. Virgil Coleman requests mo to cor- root a misstatement going the rounds to the eil'ect that theio will be a 15 cents entrance fee chmged at the grand picnic! in Mai- Royalty's woodland, near Mid-- 1 dleburg, July 4th. It will be hoe to ev- erybody and all are wanted to have a guneral jollification. Music, speaking, fat man's nice, ax, are some of the fee-t tiros. No dancing this year and no liquor allowed within I'OO miles of the. place. Church members and all classes need not hesitate to attend. Though there is no general opidem ic pieviiiling in the country, yet there is a considerable amount of sickness and complaining among the people. Three weeks ago Mr. Jonas Austin, living near this place, became overpowered witl lie.it while laboring iu tho tield. Since then ho has boon confined to his room, seriously ill. Also Mrs. Mina Lucas and her little daughter, Mary, have been sick for n few days, but it is hoped not seriously. People should lie very cautious this sultry weather about taking care of themselves and their manner of living. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday we were over a large portion of the bot toms of Green river and Trace Folk . 1 Cash ffll .jCTCWV -- I scnooi-iiou?- e ' j J - THE GREAT j ! jft 7 T J 44 j 0 PRICE oALiiii Will beciin in thc- - Big; D oiiose Opposite otore iMi Hui-c- - room lE-C- l. 1 II 1 tic Porta , iv. r" id, u 3tSP5P,a SIC And continue until iTaeEntire Stock of Snmmsr 3oods Arc disposed of. It is of vital importance thru every cash customer within 50 miles of Stanford should attend this sale. Below you will find a few I'ld'h, III VJlin-- J I'IMlMlt. Ull 11113 IUWCJ wet lands we found the corn very small first-clas- s I j j j j j and sickly looking and needing ruin. Irish potatoes and other vegetables look1,000 yards of Standard Prints, including best American Indigo ed puny and unhealthy. Late Wednes- Hlue, 5c per yard. day evening it heavy rain, accompanied 5,000 yards of Lawn, good colors, The entire line of Cham- by wind and electricity, went down the bra Ginghams that have been selling for will go in this sale at (ireeii river valley, reviving the growing S cents. crops and other vegetation. At William A lot of American Satteens to close the line, Cloyd's, between this place and Middle-burg- , 20 pieces of Ryswick Suitings, choice patterns, 5c per yard. the wind was alarming and disasLadies' Ribbed Vests 10c, three for 25c. trous, blowing down several of the maFour pair good Hose for 25c. Five spools of Thread, 200 yards on jestic locust trees in his yaid and frighteach spool, for 5c. Palm Fans ic each. ening his family. Heht Apron Check Ginghams Alabama Check Cottons jy.c per yard. The opportunity to get Bucklen's Arnica Salve " 1 r- - "KNOCK - DOWN" ABGUMSWT& I2jc 7c. 1 m 7c. J I he best saKe in the world for cuts bruises, tores, Ulcers, salt rheum, fver sores, tetter, chap- ped hands, chilblains, cornt and all tkin eruj tlons and posit im-I- cures piles, or uo pay reiur ed. It it giuranteed lo ifive perfect satisfaction, 35 ccmi per tox. or money reiunueu For sale by A. K. l'ennv, sunioru, Ky. a , ' H fi 1t J J II V l I VJ IfVlLVj "I J ( 1. (i s "4r J) J "C JL f Jf TT 1 I I ! I I KJL.X. tj i i i you are one of its staunch friends, because the wondertut thin; about it is when onceUen.i trial Dr Kinj's New I)icoery ever after holds a place iu the house. If you have n er used it and should be alHicted with a couh, cold or any throat, lun;rr chest trouble, secure a bottle nt once and sive it a fjir trial. It 11 guaranteed every time or money refunded. Trial bottles free at A It. Penny's t.ilkin; about it You may yourself be one of the ho know from personal experience jut many It ox have ever tried it hew fond a thins iti on have Tho New Discovery. h.jrd your friends and neighbors Own Priees Is now before you. Come at once before the assortment is broken. You can get anything you want one-ha- lf a-- , Perhaps yon are run down, ciu't eat, can't sleep, cun't think cnn'l do anything to your satisfaction, and you wonder wlmt ail you. You should heed the wnrnin;. you are takinz the nrst ou need a nerve step into nervou prostration. tonic and Hie trie Inters you will nnd the exact remedy for restoring your ni'Mous system to Us Surprising results I. hcalthv condition follow the ueof thn Nerve Tana and Alterative. returns, trood dieetion it restored Vour aniK-titand the lier and mdne) rexume healthv action. Try a bottle Price 50 cents at A. R. Penny's prug store. The First Step. Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Boots, Shoes, opposite the Portman House. Men's Camlet Blue Pants 50c; Men's heavy check Ovcrshirts 40c; Men's heavy brown Overalls 45c; Men's Outing Cloth Coat and Vest, 65 cents. 100 pairs Ladies' Kid, Button Opera Toe Shoes, to close the stock, at $1 per pair. Clark's O. N. T. Spool Cotton 45c per dozen. Arbuckle Coffee 25c. Men's, Boys' and Girls' Straw Hats less than cost. Hats that have been selling for 50c will go in this sale for 25c each. Linen Lap Dusters 50 cents. The entire lot of Clothing at less than regular prices. Every piece of goods in the house will be marked down regardless of cost. Don't miss the place Double Room, opposite the Portman House, Stanford, Ky. Store-Room In the Big j pletely recked. At mv suggestion she used one bottle nf Uraddeld's Female Regulator, which cured her. I. W Heliums, Water alley. Miss. Write the Hradfield Reg. Co.. Atlanta. Ga., lor Sold by all druggists. darliculars DUUNKENNESS-TH- E T-- daughter ol my customer suffered from pressed menstruation aud her health was A Sho Was Completely Cured. supcom- all tho World there la but one euro, Dr. Halnoa' Golden Specific. In LIQUOR HAB one-thir- d hi I w I It can he kh en in a cup of tea or coffee llliout the knowledge of the person takin; it, effecting a speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Tnou.ands of drunkardt have been cured who have taken the Golden Specific iu tlieir coffee believe they without their knowledge, and butt drinking of their own freewill. No harmfu-etlei- .t reult from us administration. Cures guaranteed. Send fori inular and full particulars. Ad. dressin confi'lcmc GoidkN Silcikic. Co., 183 y JOE S. JOftiES. Hi.4g.RUPLEY,-xYTnr ' CJijy;lil - Race Street. Cincinnati. O Stockholders' Electing. meeting of the stockholders of the Carpenter turnpike road will lie held .V UustonsilleStation the stole of J. II. Green, at lltistuimlle, Ky., on at Saturday, July s, 1800 for the purpose oi electing a President nnd Hoard of Directors for the ensuing ear J K. HAUGHMAX, Pres A ,U-t- d tB& twtattrtH'iMmw it Is Receiving His For Sale 86 II I 1 SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. Twenty Building Lots In the corporate limits of Rowland. A 50,153,783. Mllt-vi- ' J. DARST, Rowlaud. ,. Aiti-Hiir.il- - A Child Killed. Ml C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Another child tilled by the ue oi opiitessoen rverve unit i.Uer iMlls. Why mother give ""' in the fotmoftootlimfe ivrup.ooUon it turpriiiug Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, An iiii.ir V Um their children such deadly child of Ivoi.c nun. in i" the in peculiar ' can ret l DR. ELLIOTT'S ...,.; -- i- - "' r ""' -i '''l " tiui.. o.impni- - :,! er- i - elixir of yontli may be I)r llniwn pverr oho Know mi imitoriuiil il rov'-ry. Iloiirt Cure cerUnit l)r Franklin MlieVN-v- r lliuiUHiuW afflicted with tainly h. It lint ulven u mr!ou heart 1imm olM'i-v-N W LOiiOOOI Llfo. iw xuuiiy it DrwrgUt who run cuiKMiaTH Hturywliorti tial( verv liU'hiy of It.I f KiiiChUtown. luil.suy-"Mr. JolmVoar. nuvo Mild much of Dr MUM Nun Cure uuU , liuvo rccoivod inmiy cooil reports." O Monro--im, "Ami InrRo N V. of Dunkirk. part of It H eveiy hottlo lias rir;n tho lx , ViitualJte i)lHcoer.v. It .....! ' :. ! .in.i i.i ''""c,Miiii.i 1ni' Smut U.i-.io- - when they uouldet by usintf Dr, Acker's lUby ?tner. contains no opium or niorphiue. hold by A. K. Penny. ec TANFORD, KY. i hiJUH'Kl-- factory prices. Wells drilled to order aud Pumps furnished 30 at Medicated Food, A FRANK MAIUMON. liuarnntce Dr. Acker' Blood Khxir, for it hat JAS. (i. GIVENS. been Tull v demonstrated lo the peopli- of ihlt i tupcrior to all other preparations lor it blood disease. It is a positue cure lor syphilitic poisoning, ulcers, eruptions and I'iniplvt. It puri-tiREAL ESTATE, the wnole lyttem nnd thoroughly huildt up the constitution. A. II. Penny. coiin-rythat We Can and Do Suro Curo for all Diseases In GIYEHS 5 nmmoN. - - . i nTp-i"- .8ggi tymI11 s r;v Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Arlslus froal'IinpuriUes of the Blood, aad from Functional Derangements. A PREVENTION OP HOG CHOLERA. A Duty to Yourself. " " . T "" iMiHimHrotothnii-Iniilionoam- l Vhat llrll It it iurprisinBth.it people u ill use a common it u tor'-- , W C Bailey, General For tale bvA R I'enny, Dr.uk , Turnersviile: J. II. OWENS, Manager, valuabhj Kne-hsirnnw-lrleoirlellj-- say. Hie UtsonrB.N"-"rordinary pill when they can secure a M l ally, Druggist, Kingsville; C C Hooch .V Co . Wnvnesburg; N . H Junes Ml Salem, In tpri'iu Mllnt. the one for the uiih money. Dr. Acker's English It MiPherso-i- , Rowland; I t k- - .en. Drujgitt, MilledKeville: F Arthur Zelller, Drujrjist, Ik to thn norvoiM nyilcmaniUici-vrills are a positive cure for tick headache and ad CraOn.hanl, W H CuinminK dtiicral .Merchandise, I'riachersyille: J. A. Uillumj. DruvKisi. lliiiil. Amotiir hi- - nmnoroui, aiscocrie ihe luer troubles. They are small, tweet, easily Ukcu McKinney; C II IlaVer.f eneral Merchandise, Hlehland. one of tlie nnd do notgnpK tor tale hy A. It. Penny. l uniloubKil-ltenloratue Nervine I have taken charge el this papular hotel It J unurp.iMetl In iiervoiunrs , and iutend to run it 111 a rirst.cla manner in every rpili-pvytpoptla, Caa't Sleep Nights respect. It is being papered and painted Irom ohunzof iti H inwlanchtillt. k!eeilL'm-from top to bottom, the bedding it being renovated and Is the complaint of thousands sufferiiis ii may be hail of A. lo. etc. Did you ctertry everything done t mae it pleasant and com for couht, Penny, druvifUt. All should read bis ' Ant vwl guests. The table shall never be tnrpaM-e- d Dr. Acker's English Remedy f ttit the best prepUtartliai t'arttfor tit Affile tit." a ery able. by hotels iu this section. on J. II. OWENS. book, HooUKrr ping. Short Jlantt, Tileraphy.Xe fruo to aration known for all lunjf trouble. A. SoldPenny.a aud llnuly R. and joe by posiuve guarantee at ajc Write for Catalogue anil full information w alt. rts -I 1. rtrll-Uiiow- l) Sluiifurt, Crcut niMcovcrcrH. ol(t unci Ky A. Iw. I'on-ny- rld a dyspeptic. Town Lots, Ci,il, Iron Not if you no through the Dr. Acker's Dypepsla Tablets aro a positive euro or sold oil Commission, of dyspepsu. indigestion, lor the worst forms solicited and constipUon. Iju.iranteed and told by A. R." Penny. Is Llfo Worth Living? Pinevllle, Kentucky. ZVXxywrvtUrVB itTiau; and Timber Lan.lt bought t i 'vy Correspondence ldl-)- r THE GQEhlERCML HOTEL ws -s a mW TIM r irj.iAr7kan7rTr nr J, -- lir DEAD SHOT OK WORMS, AMD A CERTAII f ll - li 1 Harrodsburg, Kentucky. BRYANT& STRATTON Business College y OIIIQll ar "viw IV W Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal - Stanford, Ky., July Juikje J. II. Ti.nsley, of Barbourv.lle, tells us that he is in the r.iee for appel-lnt- e clerk to stay and is confident that he hns nioie than a fighting chance to win, 1, 1890 In font Iwsj.vs ho is noun: to win. The judge is from Col. Matt Adams' old home and has been led into tho belief by hearing his friends talk, that there is great dissatisfaction over his failure to It is true that gut the nomination. manv were disappointed in the result of the convention, but since its nominee is there so clean, hont and are not many, if any, democrats woithy of the name, who will vote for n lepnb-hcaopponent over him. Judge Tins-lethinks that Longmnor will not get 1,000 votes south of the Kentucky river and east of the Kockcastlc. We are confident that he is mistaken, but all the same, Col. Adams owes it to the party to see that there is no sulking in his immediate camp. There is none elsewhere that we are apprised of, and if the democrats will only go to the polls, the old Eoldier will make the best race ever known. Judge Tinsley is one of the behtmen in his party and ought to poll its full strength, but he needn't hope to win because a few democrats have been talking too much and too loudly with their mouths. high-tonen ' W. ii.I- ft I3. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. I ' Fcr Superior JuJRe, JOSEPH BARDOUK. " Appellate Clerk, W. W LONGMOOR. " County Judg, THOMAS V. VARNON' County Attorney, JOSEPH B. PAXTOX; " Comity Clerk, GEORGE n. COOPER; " Sheriff, J. X.MENEFEE; " Jailer, SAMUEL M. OWENS; " Astettor, E. D. KENNEDY; Sup1: of Common School, W F McCI.AKY Surveyor, HARRY A. EVANS; Coroner. ARCH CAKSOX y TiiEiii: is ono republican in Congress who does not propose to he bulldozed by of Reed and his sang. Mr. made n spi'cth New Jersey, not only against the Force bill, but Announced positively that ho woulil not vol? mr n, thereby dispelling any probability that he would do like Butterworth, Bobbitt and others, make speeches against aim then vote for a bill. The New Jersey man opposes the bill on tho ground that each State should regulate its own elections and wound up by charging and to present the proof if necessary that there were abmt as many frauds on the ballot in the North as in the South. 1'itKunuK.s' sons are not as a rule tho most exemplary citizens. As a matter of fact, there is a well established belief that they are worse than other boys. Henry Ward Ilcecher's son, Herbert, is trying to maintain the reputation of his kind by getting into various snaps that are far from reputable. He has just been acquitted at Seattle, Wash., of stealbut ing a book from the custom-housthere are many who are satisfied that the Scotch verdict would have been applicable in the ease. e, ME I ON A TOM OF THE PAST Thar a' s not a verson within lit'tv miles of Stan ford who does not know we hi ve the largest house, the grandest assortment or Dm Goods. Clothing, Shoes, Hats. Trunks. Carnets. tic in this toiun: that our goods are the best and our prices the lowest: that we have distanced, all competitors; that they can get a uetter bargain liere any day and that they MT Or disappointed if they trade B TT M B G E T fectly reliable guarantee. This cxplui have competition and don't propose at a strictly cas h house which gives them per- our res Mar. steady, BIT - i Ir ,, it- - ' The Kentucky Press Association closed a highly profitable and enjoyable meeting at Winchester Saturday, after a session of two days and three nights, every hour of which was set apart by the good people of the "Gateway City," IT cWe to no with special reference to its pleasuie Unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances failed us home just as we were getting into the good of the thinir, but A MKKTINO of the Sth Cougessional disfrom all we can hear nothing was left trict committee, which is composed of undone that could be done to make the the various countv chairmen, has been Little Phil Thompson has been talk- tailed by L. W. McKee, member of the editors' stay in Winchester an occasion be goods low cost which will linger in pleasing memory so ing to a newspaper reporter to hear him executive committee of the district, to to see long as each shall live. The excursion self talk and keep his name, which meet in Lawrcnceburg July 3d, for the Union, the picnic at would otherwise be forgotten, before the purpose of deciding upon the time and up the Kentucky Boonesboro, the banquet, the hop and public. In his "interview" he says that place to nominate a candidate for Conthe other innumerable smaller incidents Gov. Hill will get the instruction of Ken- gress. Of course McCreary will be reof the programme, combined to make it tucky for the next presidency, because nominated, but the business has to be ns thoroughly delightful as it was the people of the State are opposed to done regularly and in order. to varied and interesting. The only draw-bac- Cleveland. This shows how much Mr. pleasure of the guests was Thompson knows of Kentucky affair. Francisco Chronicle of June to the The San tiP intolerable hot weather, which un- - He has evidently formed his opinion J is the largest newspaper ever publish- fortunately our eutertainers could not from talking with disgruntled democrats ,i it contains IK) naues of seven col whom Mr. Cleveland ignored during his urnng e;lcJ, nnu enough valuable infortn- make to order. to hnd term, of which class .Mr. inompson, we at5on about California to keep a man The editors weie prepared Main Street, Stanford, Ky, M. MniMKcr. "Winchester a thoroughly progressive fear, mav be one of which. He failed to reading for a week. Mr. G. A. Hocker little city, but even with the very favor- get the appointment of Commissioner of real estate agent, Santa Kosa, sends us a able reports that had gone forth, they Internal revenue, it will be remembered, copy with liis compliments. discovered that hardly the half had been or anything else he may have asked for. I oiler for ale privately my Farm kn Miiattlic The president has' approved the told. New enterprises, new business At this writing there i no man closer to Suiifvnl ami pension bill and now every lazy oM Lewi Luntford plate, near the tnPix Utter, and other evi- - the democratic heart in Kentucky than houses, new residences l.aniatcr pike, ami running iirarly army cvntainmK 112 ACTOH It is well improtiol. ha who drew pay in the ilfnr-Pof n ranid and substantial growth Grover Cleveland, if we are to judge land in now go to Ci.l cittern, ami the ndilrettu me a liae tute Creek, at CiMwrta Call on or on every baud. .Llectric lights from private observation and the public for work he never did, will are seen S I. WITHERS. earn his Ky nlready turn night into day, while water- demonstrations of approval and applause lif.l nnil Bnv bn is not able to works, street railroads and numerous that his name drow forth every time it living. The title of the bill should have mendicancy," manufactories are a question of a very was mentioned in the late State convou been "An act to promote as has been suggested. THE 5TH EXHIBITION are fully alive tion. eb.ort time. The citizens of their location and to the importance The Senate bv a strict party vote pa-The peace makers are promised their! the resources which environ it, aud each edthe House bill to admit the rotten bor- - rfwnnl linnufter and we hone they will vies with the other in trying to keep at ough of Wyoming into the Union of Ket it, but they do not stand much showthe head of the procession. Judge W. States, with some slight amendments, on this terrestrial sphere. Claude DanM. Beckner and Hon. Thomas G. Stuait which of course will be concurred in. iel, prosecuting attorney in the Cheroare fit representatives of these enterpris- Judge Saufley tells us that there are not kee nation, killed one of his best friends ing people and everybody knows the over 55,000 people in the entire Territo- because he tried to stop him and his lead they have taken in making Win- ry and that the constitution was adopt- wife from quarreling. chester what she is, and laying the c HeW ed by a vote of only (5,000 for to 2,000 for her future assured greatness. NEWS CONDENSED. against. It is an outrage to make a State For satisfactory reasons Mr. Henry E. outof such material, but the party in The Illinois Central strikers have Thompson, who was chosen secretary, power wishes to entrench itself further surrendered without obtaining any condeclined to serve, and Mr. Ion B. Nail, by addini: two more senators aud a rep the clever editor of the Farmers Home resentative to its hst. Idaho is to cornel cessions. COLLARS AND CUFFS Many deaths are reported from the Journal, who is the proud possessor of next, but New Mexico is to be left out in excessive heat that prevailed all oyer the as lovely a charming wife aud two the cold, although she is largely more country last week. daughters as anybody, was elected in his BIG PREMIUM populated, because the democrats would Two persons were killed and 27 inetead. He will find, poor fellow, before gain by her admission into the sisterhood jured in a wreck on the MUsouri Paeitlc For particular and catalogue addr the close of his term, that he Iihs no of States. road near Nevada, Mo., caused by a run sinecure and wish that Henry Thompson J II. COOK, Srcury. or some other man was in his shoes. The Tub selection of Mr. Urey Woodson, oil' on a curve, HttcvUI, Ky. ytd The Denver carpenters after eight executive committee appointed by Presi- of the Uwensboro Messenger, is meet idleness and a dent Woodson is as follows: Ed O. and proper, and we are not without hope week's of Leigh. Paducah Standaid; H. E. Thomp- - that the next annual meeting will pro- - loss of $80,000 in wages, have returned ul.D ixeii-son, r.ulucah ews; Jonn a. mote tiro. Walton, oi me jntkkioi: to work at the old time aud pay. who has done his devoir like a derson Journal; Den F. Hriggs, Mayfiehl Senator Carlisle has proposed an WEETHERFQRD HOTEL Monitor; CM. Meaeham, Hopkinsville knight at Ashbv de la Zouche in the amendment to the Sundry Civil bill, ap HCSTONVM.I.E. KY. Kentuckian. The next meeting will be r,itlse of clean, intelligent and progres-- propnating $250,000 for the enlargement - Proprietor. Louisville Times. We and extension of the military post at P. W. GREEN, heltl in Paducah next June on a date to sive journalism. be fixed by this committee. appreciate the kind feeling which Xewport, Ky. lUiag luaacd the ab.'v notel.'ieHtted and refurnished, I am prepared to accomaoJaU the pubMr. J. F. Babbitt, J r..gfiieral passenger prompted the above, and agree with the A territic storm passed over Catlotts-burg- , lic la a tyle Rati rawsoaabU UoJ attached Saturday. Lightning set lire tp Uvcry and Sampk agent of the Kentucky Union, to whom writer as to Mr. Woodson, but so far as for the excur- we are concerned tho association has al- the East Kentucky Xarmal College and the association is indebted Loss, 814,000; sion over his road, accompanied the ready honored us much beyond our de- it was totallv destroyed. BY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OF and did all in his power to make serts and in future we shall be more than insurance. 810,000. Three young ladies party PILLIONS SWITCH. KY. the novs have a good time as well as to satisfied to remain a high private in the were shocked by the lightning, aud one post them on the varied and inexhausti- rear ran ks. Dealer In of them, Miss Calla May. partially par- ' ble resources of the country through alvzed. Goods, Notions, Hats, Gaps Dry Congressman Connkix, of Nebraska, which his road penetrates. The trip was has offered a bill to pension every Eooti, Shoe. Clothmct1 Hardware, a FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. a revelation to everyone who was not so Tinware, urmture and in the South from SI toS12a month, much on pleasure bent, as to fail to obGroceries, Lino with bounties from 100 to 500. This Miss Sallie J. Ball bought of Win. General serve the surroundings and the magniraney Caudiei. Croii Tie, &c. wild and vissionary, but in Dodd a combined horse for 8125. looks a little All Vlndi of Produce taken in exchange for (joedi. tude of the enterprises either in opera- these days of treasury raids this is about Robespierre won the l mile race! I'ottofGce, Livinstton, Ky. section. Speaking tion or on foot in that as good a scheme as any. Besides, the over Spokane aud others, at Chicago, in reminds us that as usual tho of railroads, negro is better entitled to a pension than 2:09. GINGHAM0, OUTING FLANNELS, passenger agents of most of the lines in soldiers, who are many of the R. 13. Hutchcraft bought 120,000 lbs. the State extended every courtesy in living in ease on the public bounty. of wool this season at an average of 23jc. their power to the editors and laid them Paris Xews. undc further obligations foi kindnesses. Tub Louisiana Lottery will continue John Hays, of the East End, sold to E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor devolved upon us to As secretary it of to do business at tho old stand, the legis- Lehman Bros, a make the arrangements for transportalature having virtually decided to extend cattle at 2J cents. tion for the members with these gentleNo Hotel in Keuliikyhai a bnter reputation, itH charter for 25 years forthe payment of and in proprietor it determined that D. X. Prewitt bought of West End men, and it gives us sincere pleasure to tha.l be maintained. ag10 head of fat 2 and unvarying cour- 81,250,000 n year, or 8:11,250,000 in the parties bear testimony to tneir is said to make (K) cattle at 3 to 31 cents. tesy and cleverness. Col. C. P.Atmore, gregate. As the concern He hat recent, y ad Jed to Iti appointment each dollar sent it, it can ' of the L. A X., than whom there is no cents clear on Gus McCormick bought in Tennes- Is more complete than any time this season. afford to pay this tremendous bonus for 50 heifers averaging 800 more agreeable man to do business with see, last week, ' the privilege of swindling suckers. in the country and none more accommoor 000 lbs., at 2.30, and about 1,500 ewes dating; Mr. J. H. McCracken, of the Livery Stable A First-Clas- s Thkv are proceeding in Mississippi in at 83.50 per head. Louif ville, St. Louis & Texas, who has a way to make the embezzlement of pub-li- e Cant. Jack Evans and Win. Rue own To accommoda e the demands of hit increased fl,Mmh more than once placed the association S o'thlw "u" an elegant little trotter in I'okie Courts, gcuVxrVv.1!:;. funds a very odious business. obligations; Mr. W. H. Prouty, of This speedy Ally under Treasurer Hemingway was senten- by Gambetta Wilkes. the X. X. & M. V., who turned his road ced to five years in tho penitentiary for is a namesake of the postmaster at Stan- over to the editors for the time being nnd appropriating the State's funds for his ford. Danville Advocate. t did it most gracefully; jolly and Southern crop reporta are encouraj;- own use and the sentence clinched by Morse, of the K. C. & Old Sam overruling a motion for a now trial. ing, the June weather having been ef- I will pay a Reward rf Fifty Dollars fur infurma Kentucky Route; II. W. Fuller, of the tion on convicti"n of any unauthorued pertou pecially favorable to cotton. The outO. & O., L. G. Edwards, of tho Queen & Levixciton has three candidates for look for corn is not so favorable, but an Found Cutting Timber or DamCrescent and Mr. Lafayette, of the Louis- State offices to be filled next year up to average yield is promised. aging any Improvements deserve as date, and the election is 13 months olf. ville Southern, each and all On the follow ing property Harm's mare, Firenzi, has and are as- Hon. M. O. Alford wants to be lieutenthey do receive our thanks her claim as Queen of the Turf by Thelarmtat H.cMand known a W A Caih't, sured that we are ready and anxious to ant governor and Rev. George Hunt aud 1 J mile record, bo long held Tim Hutchison t, George iJaugh's, Ilamn feu, Are headquarters for rpi'inrocate their favors, whenever we( Col. John O. Hodges superintendent of breaking tho aci- " ' nunc, l o 2:3J, ry',,vm Lonc't iuuu ill ini5ini.t,ii. time, by Luke Blackburn. public instruction. And they are all can do so in any legitimate way. asm ijih, jl mx 1 uap it. iiuicimwn is one second faster than Blackburn's Freeman and K E llarren'i timbertracu on limit Hard-war- , We wish we had the time to mention good men, too. c&o. event occurred at hheepshead Bay. Creek, 307 acret, John Turnbull'i, jairea, John The lluchanan's, 301 auct, M.J. llarrit. 90 acret, 11. all of the Old friends of the press whose WashAoderion , 14 acre, from all the counties Official returns Tower', too, aires John -- Two recoids were broken at aces gladdened our vision again, but we 00 acret, Waah Harm' 527 acret, Freeman't, Plows ! Plows ! Plows I Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel Tobin't farm, Ilryant pleasure. It is too hot iu iho Sixth Congressional district place ington Park, 'Chicago, Saturday. Ten Koblntou Mill tract, must forego the farm, 'A. Guoch't larm, Kidd'tfarm, Joel Petrey'k to collect one's thoughts and express the majority of Dickerson at 3,070. Tho Broeck's for one mile, which had stood W Collini' farm, on Glade Ridge, 600 acrt, Hen- Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those no intelligently. total vote cast in the election for all can- for 13 years, waH lowered to 1:30 by ry Mlller't, ago acret. Henry Miller's, 44 acret. them miiton't acret, U I). didates was 13,204. In the previous Senator Stanford'd Itacine. Holloway's Stephen llurcn'i, 133Cottage near depot at Crab plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to tract. Strode Home, says the present The sigaul service Orchard. Motel, Cottage and Storchoute at Otten- election Carlisle received 18,007, and Teuton also lowered Terra Cotta's record helm. unpreci-dente- d OTTENHEIMEK, period of high temperature is do good work, or no sale. Ask your neighbor. Agent for Owners. 01. Cm Hamilton 12,887. for i furlongs to 1:52 j. Sot Juho. one-legg- Constantly Growing Trade. have. have hot-heade- d The Quantity, Quality and Variety 0 that can't matched at our the cash prices. It wont one cent Grandest, Best and Cheapest Variety Of goods. k It will pay yon prove this before parting with your money. I I j i THE LOUISVILLE SALINGER, STORE ofiul-tivatki- Farm For Sale. a .... n i li ' MEN'S WEAR. Clothing, Shoes, J i s- j Hustonville Fair! w'n Hats, Neckwear, fonn-datio- u i July 22, 23 and 24, LIST. Flannel Shirts, Pine Dress Shirts, ! self-enforc- i Everything Suitable for the Season. STAGG & McROBERTS. V 1 I Joi-rna- l, i 1 rt-cl- , j ex-sla- Queeru-war- e, of j d THE MYERS HOUSE j car-loa- d Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &c, SEVERANCE & SON. i Pool aud IlilHardJParlorH Ex-Sta- te big-heart- j $50 REWARD e- HIGGINS M' KINNEY 411 Crooris. StovM, Salt, Lima, 1 1 J. " 3!hjp-.- V Tl (Tpi.. -- gfT rm-- r- 'rmt""" Semi-Week- V Onb mowing machine in eood repair tholotnew, Louisville, treasurer. The J. 11. Foster. next place of meeting will be fixed by New Glassware and Jellv (.ilatscs at. the executive committee. t I am for the Whiteley twine A. A. WairmiV. July 1, 1800 ; binder nntl mower, the best in the world. "takkohd, Ky. SEW ADVERTISEMENTS Ilfv win screens for doors and win- ' J. X. MeMefcc. dow of Sine A Menefee. A Henry innii named , K c. MnnaRer To nrv tlie best watches lor the had one of his fingers cut Charles several oil" and money, call on Robert Kenzul. others badly injured by the saw atlJuttJs MEANS BUSINESS. mill, last week. Old oolii and silver taken in exchange I. woman's Harden Scedc, fresh niul for goods. Full value allowed. Itobort genuine. A. K. l'enny. Anhbhson Caiik has been arrested for Watches ami jewelry required and Funiel. selling whisky on Sunday. There are warranted. A. K. Penny. TiiBiti: will be a moonlight dance and others, we learn, just as guilty as he. Tin; beet place to buy times, patent Let 110110 escape. The law must be enmedicines and toilet articles is at A. H. siiiper at Hole's Well, July A, to which Penny's. everybody is invited. A. L. Spoonamore, forced. iU'Y your school books, ink, tablet, proprietor. " W. A. Cuison, of Crab Orchard, asks paper, pencils and Bciiool supplies of all kinds from A. It. IVnnv. JokJo.ncs, wiio holds forth in all his us to say that his business will not perglory in tlie large double store room op- mit him to accept the flattering calls he PERSONAL POINTS. posite the Portman House, will begin a has received to become a candidate for sale July 3d. Head his ad. and justice of tlie peace. Mim Maiiy nmt.iiT iH viultin friends take advantage of his oiler. in Danville. Tin: Falmouth accommodation train Mins Oha W'ooii, of lloyle, is the guest on the K. C. now arrives at and departs A iikavy rain Saturday afternoon and of .Miss Annie Hale. depot, benight somewhat cooled the parched at- from the new Fourth &trcet A Woods, of .Somerset, is vibit-inJohn tween John and Smitli streets, Cincinnamosphere for the time being but Sunday FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I, 1890. his uncle, It. IS. Woods. A cream of tarter baking wdtr Highetff r. .v., ti. Train So. (I, leaving nt O .trnmer.t Rettrength 1 all in and yeMorduy were as hot as hades. The 31. IILTBBARI), A. 31 Miss Annik Al.cou.v i the guest of 10:4") a. m , will al and No. 1, arriving at fort Aug i, 1P89 mercury was away up in the i0s and MiM Ella McKlwain at Franklin. so use the Fourth street depot after July and sweatFaculty of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Excellent is visiting 31th. sweltering humanity suffered Mk. Stephen 1st. ed. Hoarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction thorough. Send John Huchauan, nt Crab Orchard. Thk Inteihok Jouiinais are having for Catalogue. Piiok. and Mas. J. M. lluui.Wiii leave ', SnooTiNti Match. The members of of KENTUCKY. for the Lexington Chautauqua Carver" and "Captain llogar new uniforms made and will don them the "Dr. llllN bceil MltS. 1.KWI8 lsitlllg dns" shooting clubs are making prepara- on the Itli when they play the Waddle 18 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS. her daughters, Mr. Smith and Mrs. Pey- tions for a big shooting match for the Ilros. The colors will be black and Ayvlniltural, Scientific, Engiton. ltd of Julv. A number of new members white; black pants and stockings and neering, Classical, JVo r in a I Ji'iMtiM K. llovn, Vincent lloieing, J. have been added to each club and as white shirts and caps, with "I. J." handSchool, Academic, Commercial H.TinsIey and J. A. Craft, of the Cum- there are some crack shots, good work somely embroidered across the breasts. and Military Courses of Study. 1Ook out or them. berland Valley Land Co., were here Sat- may lie expected. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED urday. FREE OF TUITION. My stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry are now on exhibition. The Tub contract for watr works at Soin-i- s The directors of both our banks were Fall term hcn-- i loth. I00. Hoard Mm Hen It. Mi'Itoiicirrs came in from to '11 dormitory t2pT work N'a- - erset has been let and the .in prlvatr farnlll-t'.stock is new, of the latest styles and of the very best quality to be found. or l RiaioKUe unu nnranie naminuiion to H Indiana to attend the funeral of his in session yesterday. The Lincoln tl..n;l iWlnnt.1 n dividend of :i ner cent, commence in .JO tlays. tlie l.eporter ii. m addra mother. All work WARRANTED to retpiired Ivh the city will take 50 plugs at SoO JAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., Leiington, Ky Call and see it before buying elsewhere. MlU AND MlW. A. UllllANSKY, Of I.Otlir- - and carried more than the amount to surtdns. The First National I'r annum, and the company is to furgive satisfaction or money refunded. Kine watch repairing a specialty. ville, were guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Max made more than its usual per cent, but) ' water for the public buildings free "$flrjXTu N dinger. in vl..iv nf nrilil,. lons tin? dividend ol Oliarge, Five miles of main will be Mw. J. M. Su.ujk, daughter, Mim MaI""1 l " " reservoir wm prouamy I an e!' prepared to bore t at v.. II do the mie, and eon, of llardstonn, are visiting was passed for the .six. months. be located on Jasper Hill and the water work in a Kood manner aiu! pr- r,j t.v Mrs. S. G. Hooker. Tin: lloyle county republicans, after! from Pitman creek will bo used, At One Dollar a Foot. .GO TO. Miwt. W. It. Manikii and children, of counting noses, decided to withdraw tlie Call en or .ddrd me at Surile'rd, Kentucky. L. 1 SMITH Nashville, arrived Saturday to spend call for a convention at Parksville to-,4tt DEATHS' DOINGS, ' winv time at Col. T. W. Miller's. day to nominate candidates for county wasadaugli-tleraocmt- s Mitt. S. C. Tkikhkaut will leave toolllces. The dissatisfaction among thej -.- Mrs. P. K. Parrish, who w- - Ms for the Chautautpiaat Lexington morrow Poores, of Crab of I)r- is not near o extensive as siulth-nland from there hhe will go to New York. Sunday of l I ollrr for ale privattl was imagined ami the ni.Is are not ''I'"1'. rri Frrn at f'n!l,rt' K , Wy Cmtral R Mil. ani .Mils. Wim, Mt KlNNKY.of iJ'pol, on the "MODEL. GROCERY" for nothing 'hage, t her home in the country. We comamlnj 115 Arti. of Kentu to exert tliHinst-lvecla land Ncea-rLincoln county, visited relatives were unable to obtain further partial and plcntv "f water lermt, ontlmildinc these hot days. third atb. balance in one and two iear in this county this week. Nelson litis for tliis issue. THOKNlfi.S I'liKER Pi'Ki.vii the severe thunder storm Sat-Mrs. T. M. Pennington lias received Mn. S. C. TuriuioNi) and children, of unlay evening, lightning struck the resi intelligence of the death of her relative, Lincoln Count; Bonis at Auction. Louisville, are visiting the family of Mr. denre of Mr. Thomas Carter, at How, .Mrs. Sophia, wife of Capt. T. . Miller, lieMing Thurmond and Mr. J. I Daw-H- land, and besides damaging the building near Marshall, Mo. Her maiden name auction htfre the Sr. oonsidembly, stoves, tables and other Was Fitzpatrick ami her mother was a We will sell 4tdoor in Stanford, on Miti-iMaiiy, Caiiiiii: ami Stbi.i.a furniturt were lit.'mlly jarred to pieces, fci8tor of the late Fontaine T. Fox, of 14H1, 1890, Hi nt, daughter of Itev. Gtrorye Hunt, I.uccliy neither Mr. Carter nor ms wile Danville. .Mrs. Miller is snoken of as of Lexington, are visiting at .Mr. B. K. were at home or great bodily harm would a most exemplary member of tlie Pres- Tht leinc lounty court day, Wenren'x. likelv have been done them. byterian Church and greatly beloved by 10 Bonds of $500 Each, Mhh. K. 11. Maiiony and Marie, of Colall who knew her. She was o; years of Dentine per cent intrrttl and tedeem&ble in to The K. C. and N. N. & M. V. railroads age. umbia, Tenn., arrived a few days ago to ic year will sell tickets on tlie.'Id and 4th, good fpend the summer with Mr. and Mr. A. Died, at Ilrodhe.id on Thursday, THOMAS V. VARNO.V.) until the "til, at one fare for the rouud-trip- , June "Jlth, Mrs. Kllen S., wife of Mr. U Penny. Car-LoComniittft: ii B. COOPER, I) K. CARPENrr.R, ad j glorious 1th. The Oeorge T. McPoborts. in the 7Sd year of on account of the Mits. PiiTiut SniAfii and Mrs. Klira Assembly will be in session her age. Her toils are ended, her work Wright, of Louisville, who is visiting her, Ohautauiiua ... . . HOUSE, went to visit the family of II. II. Kim, at Lexington, the itoyil county lair win ,8 ,inlhhe,i nnd iM ol years she has laid ' Just received by "nn,i uovv SWeetly be in full blast and Cincinnati will offer 1, bimjen8 ,JowI F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, Mil K. C. Wlton is back from the many attractions tnai you can see iy rests in the shade 'ueath the trees on - Kentucky. ' West and will soon be after Uiom? wlio taking advantage of the low rates. the overureen shore, with the faithful London, have moved to my new Hoieljind am better ' ones who have gone before. promised to pay in hi absence and tlitl . She united prefmred thtn ever to ( omnmlaif the public lAiLBn. iwoert Napieon. 01 uie not do it. Mchf.l jndetry convenience Dealer in ilh t, Cliribtiim vhnreh nt lhe ak:u of Good I.ivtry me Cine i Miss Anoiii IUluiu returned from Knd. who had onlv been relented from years and lived a faithful, consistent FRANK RILEY. 77 West Point, Vn., Saturday, where she iail ten davf. after ierving a term for member till the time of her death. For has been attending college, to complete (Sirrylnt: concealed weapons', was lodued nearly IS years she ami her beloved AUCTION SALE in bin old tjnarterri again Friday, on the companion have journeyed hand in hand her musical studies. Cor. Main and Somerset streets. Mis M rrir. Pavton lias accepted the game charge, this lime to Ferve the full through tlie vale of tears, and now she position of principal in the High School est neiifcitv of the law, 110 days and to anxiously awails'his coming in that hap- at Hutlalo, Wyoming, ami will leavr for imiv the maxiinnin One, $100. :., John py, heavenly home where parting is no i i. .! .i... I"..- r?...i..- niiiHiuw Mv i.m..M, that r point sliortly. 0ri.t w,1!re orroW8 never come and At Nicholasville, Ky., hi heartaches are unknown, Mh.Swi.M. Pbacock, of Linoastor, M'rvint: a lerin mr uie same oiionr-etwo sons hah removed with his famllv to Huhton dnysand a flue of S to be lorthcomlng. and tltree daughters survive her and In the new Addition in the Cit kiK.n n At Durca i vile, which is a very excellent addition though this parting may for a time- rend U10 MoiiTtiAitB. County Clerk i. H. t tlie population qf that pleasant Utile their hearts, they know in Whom their On Tuesday, July 8, 1890, Having secured the services of Cooper is recording a mortgage to Commencing alip a ti'UIl, moUll.r tril8tl.a and the precious hope , Mi-.- s ltiiinm.i.K of Jett, is Central Trust Co.. of New York, trustees, t,)(U Uwy mny IK,et her beyond tiie riv- TheNicholvillf Contract ami IimMmentCo (arm of Mr, Itnbert the v iiting friends at Danville, and on Suniroin me i.tnusviiie i .ifsuvun' irtii mid etit'onr- - l.ave purchased tdgeof N'ichulnttille, bordertug on it fihmilil ii(i)n their , Duncan, on the . . I am now fully prepared to do , for $75,000,000 payable in gold 50 day afternoon phe and Mr. W. H. Mc- rid, f tv. . railroad ami tun turnpike, and the .. Ac l.,.k..v ..ttl Uid it nH into ttiettt, avemux and iw.w i,.til Iitdirn.t m i iui Slurry urove ovorio see ner irieuu, .Mrs. yer K. L. C. ." vquurm Within lln addition may be found lovew paper ha' to be reeordetl in every, ly MlUand dale, wooded park and crusty lawns, (i. C. Keller, Jr. prints of clear water and an artificial lake, vhich W. II Hiu, for the pabt two years county in every State through which the adapted tcr w hen compli ted, will te admnably MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. fishing Jim row ms. as well at for ftirlii.hinir water .erk in Mr. . M. O'Dryan's oilice at road paweu, it will take .almost a mint No dei'iBbtful Hev. .Smith V. l'otts and Mrs. Fran for rnantifuctiiriiis purposes found anywhere in .i..rL-- . of monev to nav the clerks' feetf. There an he J!fiuliin.l linu 1.o,.n tirnmnt,,,! site for rciider.ee AND Kentucky. i A,.iu..niu , in ...... .n.liinrV .nM. ..... ... ti... ........v.. o V......V, .... i.vu,a,in.. nr.. S7 orinted tiaeen. which make in tlie ce8 Katon, of Winchester, were married r xcellent cruuea iitiooi-Mteuintrf free to week. The groom 1ms had two other m(1IUh in the year, T. Mattingly, of Marion, mieceedri aggregate 1()0 pages of the large books in no wives and the bride three other hut- lvi'ich.,. acant city tndebtednen; taxet ' wliich thev Kent rerecorded. home luni lir. art' hlch and hoiiM in demnnd the city i growing rapidly tiaruis ' Mrs. L. J. KAfi.KNKitandMr.andMrr. patt hat demonttnited that lar'c profit and All work warranted and promptly done. Sam Joiies' daughter, who ran oif will the made lit investment in Nichu!aville nrop he Oil Woitws Cuiinkd. Cant. Kof-- and . - . A. (r. Faulkner, of Highland, were in to y.io?Sale -- oneih' Urakeman Cravens on passenger train last Christmas and married, has parted H'e lib yestenlay. Mr. Faulkner tells ns No. SIS, yestenlay, told us that soon after from her husband and divorce proceed' andtwoear with ( per tent interest irom uate fiat ho is one of the ix contestant for they passed the Standard Oil Co's. works' ings are talked of. Hasty marriages are Uv order of the ruholatilIe Contract and In liKtlNAt'OII. Pre. vestment Co J. magistrate in his precinct and that he is :W II JIOOVEH. Stn'y just out of Louisville, a tremendous ex usually followed with plenty of spare goihir to get there in great shape. and in a moment the time for repentance. Mn. K. L. CotiiKAN, after a stay of two plosion occurred ss whole plant was in a blar.e. The tele of three weeks here and at Lancaster, CHURCH AFFAIRS. graph wires passed right alongside of tlie during which he renewed many old Seaton open Juno It with a Grand Hop on were melted so that called .harp. friendships and made numerous new works nnd they The High Jiridgo Camp Meeting Triday etc, June .. Dance cottagesat S 30illy till J im Kedticrd rate for board and communication was cut olf. Wo are Grounds have not been sold and the uner, iuii .uiiiuii iur uurruiiHuiirg ini KATES rOK BOAKiAhoM Jl'LV 1ST: Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall therefore unable to state the extent of meeting will commence July IS. Ivtixington, where ho will stay a few $6.00 I'er Week loss by the tire, but from what we could IJav i.co Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Dr. William Stewart, pastor of the days before returning to Kansas. Meal n from the trainmen it must be week Miis. M. E. PitKWirrand Miss Susie, of gather $y Baptist church at Winchester, lias ac- Cottage Kent, per Month... Jewelry and Silverware. ' fXO very heavy. Louisville, who have been visiting Mrs. cepted a call to the presidency of Keren llor'ts fed, per Week Day. 30 Daviess ami Mrs. Dudderar, went to Killed a Neciiio. James Martin, the College. A L SPOON MO HE. HAt Boyle Saturday, accompanied by Mrs. man who. it will be remembered, had a Iiev. J. A. Uroadus, Louisville, was Daviess. Mrs. I'rowitt tells un tliat lier row with Joel Embry, of Madison, not selected at the International Sunday- Railroad The daughter, Miss Einiiin, was married last long ago, and who afterwards published school lTnion as a member of the Inter-mon- th 5. to W. L. Hurch, of Louisville. a card in this paper, killed a negro nam- national Lessons Committee. St. Louis TVs 3 ed Will Embry, in Richmond, Friday, was chosen as tlie place for holding the a n to CITY AND VICINITY. The negro was about to leave on the cars next biennual session. n Hev. W. Y..Sheppard, of the Ep iso "5 Yorr. nccount with A. A. Warren is when Martin rode up and commanded1 S ex CJ5 . due Please call, get a copy and lam to hold up his hands. Ho obeved copal Church, preached at the College H O J y orders and begged for his life, but Mar - clmpel Sunday night. There are hut 10 settle and oblige. tin fired, discharging Hi or 18 buckshot members of his Church in town, but ho This is the first of July and your ac- iu the breast of his victim. Embry stag - is determined to build up a congregation o y "2 count is due. Please settle it. I need gered, turned around, walked n few steps 'here and will hereafter preach twice n Paiaci Stcmci. Low Rati. tho money. II. C. Itupley. and fell dead. Martin was arrested and mouth, the dates to bo given hereafter. four Trip ptr WMk B.Iwmo, w DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND locked up on a charge of murder. He Thk last issue of this paper was gotten o FttciktT, Th 800. Mtrquittt, nd distillery at Lou-- ; Tho ex states that the negro came to his house H o Huron Font. L out almost entirely by Mr. T. K. Walton, Thursday and demanded some money isville, burned yesterday morning; los o O U ZTtrj Craning B.twMa 5 and was the best, many have said, in a j o for work done and he refused to pay him, $100,000. s DETROIT AND CLEVELAND 3 long time. '3 , V tx Trip durtac Jan. Joly, Atwl t&4 The State Teachers Association at claiming that he did not owe him anyfepttnltr Obi j. Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. Tiik ltooth Privileges. Ac, of tho Hub thing, to which Embry replied that lie Frankfort elected tho following oflicers Pamphlets, B.H. DANKS, Jeweler, Our J 8. WELLS.Ph. G. Presc'Cllc. tonvlllo Stock Fair Association will be would kill him on the spot if he did not for the ensuing yean Hiram Roberts, Xxeunlos TlekaU will t fanUd Sum andyour w.i.LAN. president; C. II. Dietrich, tj Tlak. .Acrat, or addr Mich., eold publicly on the streets of Huston-vill- pay him. Ho refused to pay and Embry Louisville, P. A., DnOT, E. 8. WHITCOMt, R. H. Hopkinsville, unless previously dis- shot at him four times with a July h, Main Street, Opp. STANFORD, Ky Louisville, secretary; W. II. Bar- - TNE IETWT CLEVCUM STEM Mi. CI wPhout effect, and then fled. posed of, J. B. Cook, Secretary. ly Interior Journal On. Stoves at Him-in- s A MeKinney's. for sale bv at-un- - '"r -- ' -- p ?! jf::V,W 3 walton bus, voi-.N- u J pOYAL KifelL Absolutely Pure -- cut-rat- e m POWDER j: StanfordFemale College President. i-- - J. lU-iti'i- i STATF.college to-da- ItOH-SEM- . AM READY FOR BUSINESS. I BORING, ' - I ROBT. FENZEk. -- I 1 " tr Or-a- FABM FOB. SALE. Crt-c- ,,i-',- hemor-dispot- A0A.WABEENI Fruit Jars, Jedy y, s rt y Kec-oi- d. .- n-- if 1 n. o.irt-hou- ie For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. j Monday, July C , ... """ Fresh of Kanawha Salt , THE 1 RILEY MAM HAMDIN NOTICE. :e:t3-:r- , A Groceries, Hardware, &c, -. desirabVe lots far-oi- , - llKtii-oci)- I ,! ... I m-iu- ,u. ,,, ... MR. THOS. DA3lTON OF CHICAGO, he,ten-Cinetrsha- .n,-iv.-- ALL KINDS! WATCH WORK mt-r- .... . ,..----- ' n-n -- , ... fiiste JIHSTQPENNY. A. R. ' . SHALE'S "WBIiIi.: DRUGS andJEWELRY fflAMPBUN Best , I i S " . ; -' ' VVrt-- WATCH". Watch. c -- 1 to-tla- TO MACKINAC Summer Tours. ) o Allen-Hraul- ey v 4 Cut-di- y illustratco e, vico-preside- Car-other- s, P-'t- bull-do- g, t B MoHOBXllTS, Court-Hom- ', V r j Rosidonco For PERSONAL InteriorJournal POINTS OF INFORMATION. In which I now live, west Main sties' a nd th( Hi n nsthe 0si busmesB nlocl. kn ",pp It takes ahout three seconds for a AN'.vt" .J:::;v!.is Mn.i.K.'tia an advocate site t curt square, Stanford J IIOWslLY message, to iro front one end of tho At- of eoni'ili'to rett. and pari of each week Stanford ! gl.-er Hly and mind us nearly noth- Lot on Main Street in Published Evory Tuosday and Friday lantic calilc to the other. ejlJUISVIllt HIWAtAHTCtilCAt9rl'.l&- ing t d at s possible Containing t ttoacte. AT A ikiksi: walking1 at i smart paco .V)0th Kl-nhat just taken out his Aco brings In rirmlt lew, atirliui'l it force equal to strikes the T R. WALTON, Stanford A MAIL botvclsi, tioak klilnojrs stud $3 PRR YffiAjWN vovvjccb: a ton eery ground with adown his fore- patent far a new invention, and has also Terms eat. ho puts 5UUami torpid liver. time sent in nearly three hundred applicacharged." Leating both foot. When not to paid S2.50 will be tions for patents pending on all subOf tho four ftonerally used points only jects. LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI the period (.) dates oarllor than tho (If-SiANi.rv's talent for description bat K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Salo- - Brick Semi-Week- ly FOR SALEI V s Advice to tlie Aged. NEW FAST -- 4 ti Train leaves Rowland at 70 M 55.10 P- - " a- - '" returning I. &N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North.... ' South.. Express train " South... Korth ... Local Freight North. . . ..317 am ..6 ?o a m it 50 am ..1 16pm it 39 pm 33Pm time is about ao rainutet faster The latter train also carry pasenger The above U calculated on standard time. Solar aoutn. election t Cvngre-- in this Is a Candidas fir Democ the Slh I) tr.. t ...fc,ea to the will ..I the racy r- - jajies u. Mccreary s Ken- RICHARD C. WARREN Auditor of the Satc of lea Candidal tucky, subject to the mil of the Democratic party (' MISS KATE BOGLE uperintend Mondnv w August next for of Common School.. to the olhce of SElection t.rst W. II. MILLER Is a Candidate to reprectit Lincoln county in the Constitutional Conemion pirtjM for Jailer Is the nominee of the Republican -"t u'i"- of Casey C"untv am: August elcitiiui J. M. BROWN J" CPf Office on Br. A. S. PRICE, t'" l; L R. C. SURGEON DENTIST. t li ..1. .... Mam street, oxer vv 1.. Utxxi store, Slanferd. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. Office on Mam street, opposite Portman np stairs. Nitrous Oxide Oas given for painless ""'"'STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ". DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. Office South side Mam .treet, in office recently vacated by.Ur. I.. F luffnun, Stanford. Ky. l have remmedmy office tt. .te Female College, where tunes. my residence, oppo w". HUGH H. Kr.lU. J J ALLKN. r AIWOOD ALLEN & ATWOOB, R8&L ESTflTE flGEKTS. Johnson City, Tonn. WM.AYRES JAS G GIYENS. AYRE3 327 Fifth St., toi-y- & GIYENS, - - Attorneys at Law, Louisville, Ky. hhreve Itw'diiig r C. T. SiOTOXEGOS, Tr.i ner and Handler of "Harness and Saddle Horses and dealer in Fancy Road3ters. Horses liought and sold on a vry small per cent. Fitted) venrs expeneiuc in mc C T SA.ND1DGK, Stanford. Ky. 3ctf uu-...- n sVLESMENtosell Nur.ery took. All goods warranted AA WAmWwWfc first-clI'ermtnent, pleasVV AVT.Pfl ant prclitable position, for the right men. Good salaries and expenses paid weekly Liberal in. slucements to beginners. No preiou experience necessary . .... nic ih inui . uutnt- iree. uici j ttt ace. unrtisi r..-o i1.. rti cv V.ivMiiiii.in. , Y. Rochester, N 1 -- Mention this paper jL ci:No The Great 1 XOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. THROUGH TRUNK LINE. . Tne x SOUTH & WEST MMMMS4M MUMWith - Iiouisville x To Nashville, IiTemphis, Atlanta Montgomery, Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. Only one change to points in ARKANSAS & TEXAS. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on the line of this road -- will receive Specivl rates. See agents ol this Company for rates, routes p" grWnte ,0C. A., I'. ATMOItE G. P. ft T. Ky Louisville, i H Km 4 I'MOTHERS TMAKE 1ESSENS CHiLDsHVBdk PWNurjrR I Citrtti&sr T0 LIFE n firimv ftticnu wisnftsmiD WDnEUJ5acyVA NtSHtsiinTHFR RELATED Or HOYALTY. HARRY A. EVANs, t'y. whoso duty il shall bet lok after Su'.ta-- i Tub t'n latr. Kuropean CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL the physical well of l!i pupils. tosu'.fer from obes.ry. , celobritr Thk senato of the Toronto L'uiversl-tySI AN KURD, KY TiikQuooi, of the DtliuT. I ono of t'tvntula, ln.s received a gift of (J,srt) 1011 . r iwi rtaiti urn- iia t Surveying in from the Amorim-- i A.so.'iation for tho andean drive a with grace Engmeennff and m anches. advancement of Jsclene? and for tho aii and sitfet.v. of tho Btttdy of phy.ics ' .11 (i'is Hi llir. .rii idi !! In llaytl, puM!c elcuieutary educa- his visiting cj.rd-- i". plain ISothic Jitters, tion is froc, tho country boing divided r.nd King (ftrnta This notice foiewams hunters, fishermen and isuo fourteen lnsjector's districts. ofuilhelrt. " Frnatsia other not to trwpass nn our lands without per'1 here are 400 Natiotui schools, several mission, as all su.h wllllo prosecuted to the fulllltv.-.rls- , Fr.txrK Kr:,.::Kf :rr. of .1. li o s. Ih Wit r ptivate schools, and live public lycottms. begun his studies nt The I'r.irerity has est extent of thf law Signed ,1 1 rt h H. of D V. MOI.MLS Dr l W LOGAN, white and ln.OOi IJerlin the first l'rlrc.i of a r.inlng 1MIILKKKT RICHARDS Tii::k were loSH ADA.M5 riorod childrwi ennilletl in tho jHtblio house U) Thompson, J ft McKINNKV. II. W GAINKS enter that in.Jtution. JOHN (. LYNN, Mrs. SAMKORD IRWIN, schools in the city of Washington for the It ul ling. .nt' ft. K In I'ortm n llnu-d .MAitoMtrT !: Svvov. the Mr AI.1CK IITKER. U. UAt.i.yt;. yfmr ltfcs'J. There woro 235 colored and W. A HAMILTON. ditches do'vit.fer of (ijuon. iitua 1 OAi.u, 45S white Uv.choro, and the lotal cost mother of the Q'!f u of Italj despite of instruction was 4t,455.J. her ago and ran'c. wilks to e Lurch like A ni:w school law liafi gone ivto opertho poorest work mT twimanof tho town. ation in .Manitoba which hati the eliect I desire to sell tnv (arm of about 130 acres situ VicTOKi.v. siator to the Cernau l.rapor-or- , of aboli&hlng all separate schools, or at miles north of Stanford on the has announcsl h r ir.tniion of atcd about ifi a ,'! i.'ii Hush llranch piVe, oppo.ite the old church lliere 1'ast of withholding State aid from never balance Mt" !ia--t mic appli- lire about 50 acres In wheat and re; theaweiuni; .licit schools. The now law establishes cation marrw'tT. 'i in timothy allow :uuv o'lt of of the farm well set kiuhcn and i.oou for a u a splendid new of four room and .1 puulio school sjstiun very similar to which U establi'sh :ent a liouthotd for barn; is u ell watered and fenced. i'oMiri can that of '.ho L'niled States. immeiialtly. For particulars, c J. I Railoy, Stanford, or write the undcr.isned at I:; Farlii there are' live professional E. WI T II ERS. QfKt N Vit rtv:i v .; ' 'omo so lame Cinunnatt, tJluo. schools for gi"li. Tho courtio of that sho haa givt-:- i up hi r h.tMtof sUunl-incmbiTuies modem ljiguages, aftor dinner In the ''.tilery ut Windtlomestio economy, industrialdet.lgnlng, sor, and as i&n as sh" 0:1 .er.-- . the drawing-outting and fitting garment.!, and ac room a chair Is bron'.it i.nZ sho sits counts, hach Neh'kjl Ij e julrped with a down. kltchon, and for making Snrinit are These lieaiitidil and I'i:isri;s Fr:.iv: .M:.rii-tviriis a corsets, foathurn and othet s'r.plo artiTwenty miles the Shortest t situated on Dix rmr, ak milet cast of Stanlurd. A a perform-anea.-'s- t. In the They are of the purest cliahbeato water cles of trado. (i.vls are admitted at clover amateur our ancesin Vie.ini '.i" ti': ti ihi.nl among days of the old proprietor, Moses Cook, fourteen and remain for three or four health tor the audiouoe in the c :. tie of a wash- and spent many happy hour Ihere, gaining more of no years. happiness. For invalids kn erwoman, "receiving co.nUments and healthful waters, and for pleasure levers it has no Making direct connectiuns in Central Union de put for cijual. 1 hi re was never a cooler, more delightful FOR PEOPLE VHO TRAVEL. asking advUto." boarding house, aay from the musy city and free St. I.nuis, Michigin I'oints, Chicago, Tin: tjucn of llui t.ml.i. in a recent from the musual mosquito. With a new boat and Cleveland. Detroit, llulialo, T.vkk inoro money than can much ltidianaiolis and the West. address, said: "I mull always maintain plenty of fish,old Dix pleasure Our he obtained on your estimated expenses. bpringt open on of river. the waters Canada, New Kuglaud, June Acquaint yourself wltli tho geography that the aotivo life of wema.t ou.jht not the j;thof Week Ratesof beard, beifinninic July New Ho.ston. Wo togoboyorul the sabred interior of her .tt- 1'er of the route and region of travel. 100 Per Day home, iunl that the voice of woman 40 Ilaltiuiore, Washington. Philadelphia I'er Meal So ai;i:anoi: an to have but a Unglo Itarrodshurg, Frankfort, Ky 90 now'i"it ho sweetly I'r Month article of luggage to look after, if pos on her own hearthstone, in taufdcal as Coinf.irtalU atable for horsr at 3 per week or 50 Quickest time to Richmond, VIRGINIA Shortest and the midst of cents per day. Cetne tnd stay one week and I Quickest line to sible. her children " led sure vou will stay the season. Correspondence I'rr your puree and watch In your J K COOh. ,V on VirroiHA Ai.i:.vn:i::sa Yioi.!:t itho solicited. vest pocket and all tinder your pillow, and you will not be likely to leave luscious inoitthfttl of nunier, bestowed on Solid Trains, liaugagi cars, smoking cart and Queen Yirtorlr.'n lnteht rnindoluld, tho either. coaches, I'ullman nouuoir sicencrs tnrougn with Duke of Fortland's b.i. . Hi ides theeo out chanue via Ctiattan oga, llirmlnghani, Merld . .. j Havk a good supply of small change. an making uirect connection en route tor Knox. novel r n.-the infant and no bill or piece higher tha.i ten dol- received a ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the isVaaHsssV neckl.ice of seed pearls with IsVrassslaflaisVwHaWf lar!, that you may not take counterfeit ; diamond locket, uni another mark of change. royal favor hi a n good grandmother's HSiTSBaagx.r'AjswBtlWsMll a Do Nor begin a day's travol beforo Ij IyQgajMHr3CjSHBiaHuHL(-iLkiss. At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming breakfast, o on if it has to bo eaten at ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, S.ivannah, Tin: Queen Dowager of l'ortugal, on llrunswick, Lake Clt 'I hoiuasville and FLORIdaylight. Dinnor or supper, or both, can ono cccaaion brought huv.e rrom Farls DA point. be ve health llydiapoused with than a s The only line runninir solid trains with choiono thousand p.tlrj of shoes. Subsewarm breakfast 1'tillman floudoir or I'alace gjd dc COM sonville williuut change torSleeping Carof to Jaci.. quently she ordetedno Ics thansevonty passenany class Dm .s substantially. Isrter to bo dresses from Worth, to be delivered toger or baggage. Montgomery, Iltintsville, Decatur, hot for two or three hours at noon than gether, Selma and HUSTONVILLiE, KY. which on their way homo wero Florence Memphis and ARKANSAS point. to be cool for tho remainder of tho Shortest and quickest to Anmston Selma, lostathca. Her Majosty, no way con- Are till In the business and ready to do any NEW OR. Arrange, under all Uontyfour. Direct connections rruda cerned, sent word to Worth to supply thing in the Undertaking linr. allWe have a full I, KAN'S without omnibus transferatfor Guhest.n, kinds and Kohci Casca and Caskets of to be at the place of startseventy duplicates, and these reaohod stock of de.cnptlon Our hearse, which it nearly Houston, Austin, of every ing fifteen or twenty mtntite- before new can be obtained on thort notice Mr J. H Lisbon safely. the t!m , Mm nllo.riiig for tmavoldiblo TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Green has charge of eur business and will ihov Emi'kiioi: Wi i.!,i am has taken Into hla our good to any one needing anything in 0111 or una .icipatod detection 0.1 the way. f The only through line to Jackson and Yicksburg, own hands the management of his pri- Ine Tin. best if not ntiruly ecuro fastenMiss., Shreveport La., making direct connections vate fortune, and it is asserted that a without omnibus transfer for Dallas Fort Worth ings of your chamber dour Is a bolt on Austin, San Antonia, El I'aso and points m short ho negotiated a loan of the Inside; if therens none on, lock tho 200,000time backassured by a mortgago on door, turn the key bo that it can ho a housomarks, TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. In tho LeJbnltzstrasso in Ber- ttlUlll-ItW- " loaf or .Irawn partly f.ul, and put the wash For thru eh .. - .correct . countv . mans and full rate .Dofore concluding tho purchase . . 7 1.. bjsin under it: thun any attempt to use lin. Emperor visited Agent at information . Body III. . tho tho house sovcral rfoTi HI! Iweakstsa of .1 and Kiad, JffetU or address call on SltANK junction tuv, Ky. v WOOLLEY Ol III. II. W..... i. At J Ill . ..J. 1 jlmmey or another key will push it . B.k.il. 11. SsIMSOB tallr SUst.r. HntlllUmut times, so as to bo suro lrav. 1'ast. Act,, Leamyton out and euttae a racket among tho crock-cr- y Tho loan was made otff of his barsraiu. StrMI tWa Wti K, II BtTIUIPIB SSVIttS( tlVtt ta Mtl. D G. EDW,AtUb C.C hARVHY . a of tho savlags IkMtatsIr ssMIbi Seat TSUTBIXT-SsmO P .V r. a., WrtttlStss. SaSMSlfrraiaBtaU.arMlnCMatrSt. whl 'i ui!l ! pretty t.t ro.ise ! ii.erl.H'. SMt, .tajtattSM a4 twtwfc tstIM (tsM) (rs. from tho Emperor's prlvato purso. Cliuiar.iti O t '. ry - vliu tuhbvr ti s!i 4tvvt BRIE iittMCAU CO.. VfMLO. N. T. 1 Ik-Isi- ? 11 Tho colon (:) Is said to have been llrst Introduced about USS, years the comma (.) some thlrt,v-!lvlater, and the (:) about 1S70. AMUKComs, from which many perfumes are mado, and which U Mime timet used to flavor w inc. Is niorVly tho morbid secretion of tho liver of a sick spermaceti whale. It is a fatty, waxy substance, dlsiijrroablo to sight or touch, but even in its ortide stuto exhaling a pleasant odor. Vikino is a name given to tho pirati-ca- l Northmen who tho oousts of the llritinh "Kinds and other looali-titv- s in the eighth, ninth and unth centurlett. Tin- word la derived from the Scandinavian tik, a bay. and thoso men were ae ce.lltd because their ships put off, not llko klnpV ships, from, tho harbor, hut from the bay. Tmk training of carrier pigeons Ucylns as soon as the are strong enough to Hy. Tho youn birds. a taken in ifcorrrpd basket to a plnco about half ti mile fro. a their home, and et frc Thos whodo l not go homo are twrtliless; hoso which do s at otco ar trletl again, tho distance bdinjf increased each time, until it is found tlist they will go back, no matter how far they may lie carried. Tho mesacs eonveynd by thctso birtls are iijiiallj written or photographed on very thin paper, and tied around tiro leg or one of the in such a inanni-- that they do not impeded the Slight of the birds. Tin: immo William was not at flrM glten to children: it was n name upon & nun as a reward of meritl When the ancient Hermans fott?ht with the ISomanB, the t!err.ian8 we"e armed qnly with light weaons. mvortls, spears, shields, etc., and if a (icrinnu killeil on d tlie Held a Iloman, wearing a gilded helmet, tho helmet was set on the head of tho b ave (J?rt:ia:i who had slain its owner, vtbo ever after was known as Clltlhnlni, or, as we would Miy, Ikdden Helmet. Among the Franks, the namo was and with tho Krench, CuiUiciumo, afterward C.ulllamo, and with tho nations, Oullch.ius. Finally, the French OtilUatsf became lmjcllhh Will lam. EDUCATIONAL EXTRACTS. Tjis::k are about l'.NOOO students in the schools of science in this country. I.v is.10 Amorla had more colleges in proportion to thfl population Uian uhe has now. .Japan gets from Now York every year .1U.030 American scuool-!osk- s for its public Echoola. Thk AmriiTtn Cjllogo and lilucatlon-a- l Society refutot to aid men who uo tobacco In any form. Tub Indian training school tit Carlisle, Fenn.. has now enrolled 723 i holara. At the recent commencement there were eight graduate-.- . It Is proposal in Chicago to onjjago a matron for o.ery school building lit tho o semi-colo- n infu-slr1 on-ndertail-ffatho- rs en th century. r eon-'erre- d woll-a-me- (.'luild-helm- e, Lailn-speaki- an example In hia reference to Kmln Faslta the other doy. in a London speech, , as "Kir.-.:Uir. spectacled, fened, ami dr,ase'l In Immaculate white." Jiissi.i: ;,. .1 a repeat interview with t thus ','he had been French a, seventy, hut that forced to too youn to do nothing: and was tww felt the aooustonvd t polltin lack of poViri! bi'slnes:" Nponlsh ZiKtu... th men Reptiblieau, !s living quiotly in Fsrls. He lives in .' :T!LslieJ lo4frtittand never goes int' society, lie hatt been fifteen :1 . 'n't '..'. ter lost, for is yoars In 1 tmmen'. .itli in tl'et.KimateTlumph of his er w Chiuette MinTi"V Kv.n Ytx. the tv ister at Vi'j oinT'on. is s stout mau of r0. and ha .; .t'e and e n.n. He wa hood of a oll'ge at lVkln. He will iac a heal of ttlsowt if he dro iuta' diplomatic wa.s of enjoyment at the I.'ati'utal Capital. 'fin hit- - .Jam-'- ' 11. Vs'.xhIs, of JCotv York, a wt.vlt'.y barli! eighty j"enp-olVarfplna, had a ,",f V'-eassortand wh n he died l"Tt ment of then. f' no of t'" v herjave to Vug to hi. friends, wli le olhrx. will, are t Le u .pus 1 f vrd tao proceeds giv n t charity. Oit Y'tLr". Mr-.- . and .r. rtltlflUil"iu Lmdon n w!te have orrtnl'fl an husslne-sird well- it is tostipyiiv 'i. l yocng, mde out.Ti fir ' '' r l.u-- eriploy- girls, and to t..r:ii ,'1 - :i! lev :: ment t.) if narrow mean, v ": d -- )1 the n.n 1! work. woman - 1'vt r. proh-t- t An Ann uhly eith- - r ?is ;iot,r.r or Ilu Miss Anne '.!ii;n"y. to til hn 15. of make ttte Anthony ibe r9t l T Mls Francwti to have the li V.lllt:- W champion 'f Fie eqinlUy f woaien represent d i.i ::ls nav at t.n txorld's fair. tnt r .".: opinions H:."!. ..re hm '"1 he'lireo from Mr. tlat'.. n": hand 11 somest n,An ' the lat and Dul.eof Hi jil:oe. :Jr..v li Cardinal ".::t:: the tbrc roe.t. nttur- nllv rlisnint r-- akersi of 'heirday. tfa Duke of Arv;l. :he lae ljo:d U'.jrinund IMshop V .r rforvu. Ijrvl llt'aeonsfleld was t!.? ruv.t iivrcsttnT pIittul char-ai'te CemmencinR Mondar, May 1, olllruua reu .tlar ice wagon and deliver ILK at lln house of in Stanford who desires it Notift every Vo us If j.'tf rrlsh to served. IIKIiMKK.V. CLAUS ICErICE. Tutt's Pills prn R-- Daily, Secures tn Traveler., hnson nptclf! ffurt oil tiieaoorR-nm-, Intrnsstur atliiiiilutliiK" llio liuiH'la. at I ilUrlistrtrt villliotit atravluliitf or (rlplus;, tsud blnililcr ntid liver. to (lie Tbcy nro nltsilcd In old or 3 oiuiv SOLI) LaVICUYWUEICi;. KSBHrcrcsnz.'inrtiaii f . ttri , .zluxzczs THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Ever atteiiipt-- d between the great commercial ilis on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hei . the fastest time and mist comfortable trains ail points in the South, or to the West ar.d Northwest. Tlie 'OHnUtpart of this train on all trunk lines is denominated 1 he Limited F.spress I tic .uperh roiling ikks we employ gives patrons I r limned $a Mi non, get Motion and stick to Moimr, il yon wau 10 savt inone) and Wave a pleasant ) ' Far mil infiiisaatlun, lime cards, map., fuh'crs, etc, 1 nil on or ad Jress W. C, CKTMI.T. I'. A . Loui.ville, K) . O P A Ill OrW II. MKOHICRTS. .Chit.i. Agi..MaufoiJ too S((. 'OLD DRIPHKG WRINGS' Referring to an adtcrtlseitietit vlinh appeared (ournal in regard In in last issue cl the Itiu-ilo-r rentin; cettas at t)ld flrippint; hpnnp, I wish to tr.form thtputlu that smct aid article appc-aed 1 have again leased the . prlngs and hollaing con same to I) G Sliu(!itir up nditiuns him nint James I . Ulacd in former le.ise Adams MARY 11EI.1.E ADAMS, Aitna. ij- r IMPARTING VIGOR ltllii.. al pptir betin . -. &P 1 .f i! . " !.- - 1 '- -. jky 3G, n-- GIBBONS, Dealer In To ere rii..us,,.M, patioi., lac njit.i '. YAZ.0O, 11799. Record o-- '- MIL - PMERS. PEIKTS 5 OILS. ETC, & 7, I'oa.ed April 11. 1M1 mi fM Vne X'r.i kl f? aw .. .t 1. v A VAKN'ISHBS, an ' 'i tM fw ftf'! fa U M W Ity HAROLD. Mir ol M iu.1 V record I aS l. . I and Mi titoia in tht 1 li.t. First dtin olanoV dam oi ul,a,ir.nrd t ?iU lly IIELMONT, ! f Nutwood, it t.' t dam Yotitsg 1'ortia, d Minnesota 1 1;'..) year .ld record , -- . Dam of Cl tide Harolj, two milr rr., ,i ia Ki $ land 504 irandtasnof CoatMiigM .treit Cl m Mel ,',) iraod damnt V.iba 1 Hi MAMBHINO CHIlir, ire nl I a.'t Th. m record t j Dvn I'orfa i.t ROXItl CK. s ' d. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. the NJ v lsn ot Ptitton nam o4 lni of Voltaire 1 1 4 llvnen. jj. f.i' toV sire ot lteri..r 11 t nH.) 1 ..-- 70 M. WALK l'.M'KIl WD Iii:niU.TIOs, hf t ami MMt complete t ik tu Ctniral Kcnlu. kv, and nol irti t whh alt the terorntuiis miiiI M iilJilis hHovvn to the tradr dow Shades in enJlr rffltlSTIII. .itietv An I.OWBST AND WiRK 1'IIF BUl aainalinn Is kmdly M4nitnl lfv-ri- ' ordtr arc it places. 'n: it lnti T c K'-o- t:io. ' .ft. U6, - 7- J.I.Sr.TI'.. . .i-ii- 4 -i Ala-Tad-em- u. - 1 InTOTICB. " are standtnr the Clark Csnh ticrt l.Ic al McKieoey at nr ta- - If Yy Have CONSUMPTION COUGH OR GOLD BRONCHITIS Throat Affectl:n Wasting cf?lo:h SCROFULA Aeriare X(ilninrf, J.nrh ef titrrnjth i'oirrr, Ion rim b rrlierr.1 ami Currd by ! him under 1 t .. Fail. VOO v. ill make iktMosaii .. ihc larso ..f HurwA Co.. .ii,,r Ctock. Kf s milt. Rn timoml 00 th I wscsMtt tuttiaiikt. ho evpri 1 I h )) - il. .K..e r.ont WHIPP. teo i no me- -, ire it lii tprr.l, li,. I . i- $10 to Insure a Living 1 Colt Al HiV 4H-- o to Insure. an ira but at cnmlag two y tar old10 cons, ptr day and wi.l as nut r.puithiv t r :.-- 1 paid. Ileis wdl hred and a No fnal setter Mm (Ism hos mar w parted with or bVed toantither ksurs. IUI retained on all colt till caonev is tt DUNN A TANNHIt . Or iiny I)l' tt Jier !. Tircxi I nml a-- i - 't7iit 'n: or .( lk y sihtr i t''nii in , i'I uldrtit citt Mr ... mat ' '" fmi ,V 1 T's pi RN,t A Cu NEWCOMB This welt-kiM- HOTEL MT. VERNON, KY. old und liaiclis still raaiatam its llreHitalioi. Charje rvatoitalsle. Sp civl attentiaa to the tn elin put.lu M. V NKWCU.Mll, Prap. Mt ernon. Ky, 33.H SCOTT'S EMULSION PURE CCD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphltes. PALATABLE AS MILK. 11 OLD KT. ROUTE Mi. .s., Vest! ' if ,. V I in; Washington, Philadoiphia 3nltlmoro, Now York, ' i I ran s lo ... K I' fri Has Ls CP-0-7 leafed emr of the ta!lo at I'tnce.V r.rii traik and will run a itrncrl C. ont li'Kli! qui Irosu I.ttm' 1,. Cosmtrd lima Card la I Ian is. )" DTil!firiMasiTAci..m" Oal hast and S !ir.i Kl io Dai STAIIO.VS er Breaking and Training Stable. He Ivas knd surlicient experience to make him an and hit riles will 1k very expftt in the buiue jr f -- The young Duke listt ned aal.ileto the STAXI OKI). KV. olil gentlmnn's talk about eg'n .titutional law. tho Egyptian debt. te.: then, suddenly clapping him nt tho back, he SI'KCIAI. AITKN ION to COMMKItCUt said: "I say. old fellow, let's hare, a travelers Horses anil mules bought and anld lioresiind vehicles used in livery Onlv game of cards." 1 hrst-cUss hat plenty of ressaataMe Uive him a snare ol )ur patronage, ncive. Ilia family has an idea that whilo he is in prison he on rht to be completI. ill. 1SRUCK, ing his education, ard so the other day they sent 0110 of tho m st soiloua memSALE AND FSSD STABLE, bers or the OrWns part u '."e him. L!','",!, Tnv. Dcke of Orleans lltt." thU century. ju: excising ilr. x At': for SrtiW I'mti'sdm tml Irt 110 tx piiiit(loii or Ktllriloliuik imliirf ji.ii to artrit mliitltittr. l.va Stanford " " K. V. 1 Winchester JsHKtsan lie$sa Jasper.. Kt Sun 'Ex S'ia. it 11 n i? am is )i n r 6 1. pit 11 ' ais ) jo pm T 00 pw H i I'm A ! pir cs Iiail, i Sold by nil Jnujjl-tH- . BCOTT OOWNE.ChomlBts, W.Y. t .Mt atiiiaK. " M"thrid r . if7p Pnsi- - 'M Arr Lharle.ion ' 1'lifiv.ii force, ' I vnchbur,; " l ''srldlt.tnlle " Washington " lUltunaie I'biUdelpsia. " V.NUHd- " "tletl.smrj... " Huntington ... l.vc iiui.tmiou. . OUvellltl ... i !" r pin ty at ) 11 prnj 7 lOpBJ pv P 9 to a pm t r II it I 7 11 p. am a"1! am1 to pi pn ti il J psa pm ti si I 4 y 3 " " " New York. .. . Kuhtuond. Va. i s il 4 an. pru p"' pmj pm jimi 9 flMI'-inlComt- j Norfolk........ irf K I irams leating l.tsingi ,n rn n 4,, a m and j ,9 pi' riil) . extent Sun.Uv t. nnel al Wirch.s El K C R Ri(hiai.d. 1 Ky and txisaitoM the K w i 1. t i I iw POSTED. fmm New York, Phltidcl " a.hi.ieiiiaadMall point, lassl, airtves wat , I p 0(lly Staaford 11 57 p Fast mail Irom RJcIihmhh!, V.. and all pati.tt jsi, lliiitiHtton. W. Va, and all Vocal stattonor-rut- s l.rxiugtotiat 11 40 stNsn dul) except Sun-dSlauford 11 pm AicMsiinltfUu4iTrHi OtliellUI tnd intermedial points. Rschmond, K and point an the K. C R arrives at Leviagton I to, a m. dailv. es- .ent buniUr SUafotd yo m lie sure ticket road tasvsf via N N A M V Co.. K. I). s V It MORF.G. I A Ciniinuati , 'I '''" 'mg!i m.i- - Vcsti'.ul. tj ai 1 f 1 1) Joss e Kentucky Central R.R. "HI.t'1-- (JltAHH ItOl"l'J0. Tho Shortest and Quickest Routo fron Contml Kontuckyto nil points North. East, West and 8outh-VoFast Lino between LoxitiRton and Olncln-natJ silver-haire- 1 Farm For Salo. QMtaE w 94 st l. 1 SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY Vs. 7. South-Itound 11, 1J0., No 6 l.v Sub No. j her-sti- r. beiii g COOK'S sphhtgs. work-siio- p i he.ilth-ginii- g o Lve Cincinnati l.vc Covington. Lve Falmouth- -. Arr l'ans Arr Livmgton Lve l'ans Arr Winchester. Arr Richmond.. Arr Lancaster.. Arr Stanford. . . Lve Richmond Arr llerea Arr Livington. Notth-Iloiin- d. Dally 00 p 8 18 a m 8 no p 9 4 0 ij p II 10 a mjio jj p IJOU l " 10 15 p a m I T p m la 1 4a p m S Ex .San 10 am I in J 35 P"" . mj J 4 p ir m. 4 oJ p rn m 5 40 p ra .jo P r in " 5 45 P m V K 4 33 SO P p ii j 30 ) No. ii p p m m m in m 6iopn JO p m 7 , No. 1. N o..l one-four- th - York, NEW (DliaiLllAKfa . threo-volu- S 00 a m Lve Livingston. ... 10 35 a in Lve llerea. Arr Richmond... It 45 a in Lve Stanford .... 7 OO a in Lve Lancaster... 7 45 a in Arr Richmond... 10 00 a in Lve Richmond 10 p in 6 10 a in Arr Winchester- - a 00 p m 7 'I a m Arr Paji.r.... a ni 40 p m Lve Lcxlugion a 05 p tn 7 no a in 3 45 P tn a jo p in Lve l'aris Si a m 4 t p rr Lve Falmouth. p m 9 "J a m 5 (p K 4 l Arr Covingtou. ... 5 40 p in 10 3J a in 6 30 p to Arr Cincinnati S 50 P ni 10 45 a in 6 vS p m Trains Nos, 11 and 14 run Sunday only between Cincinnati nnd Lexington, leaving Cincinnati at 3 a in., and arriilng at (.exingloii at 11 in Lve Lexington at a 40 p. in. and arrive at Cincinnati it 1 OA'iffiDMNA a 1 1 - J. T. STTTTOIT On iheMaysvillc llranch, Nog. leaves l'aris at 800, am and No. 11, at 545. p in, ar,lvlng at Maysvil e at 10 aj, a m, and S 10, p m. No. ,ic leavesMaysvilleat j.ij a in, arriving at l'arn at 7 40,3 m. No 11 leaves Maysville at 1,0 and arrives at Tans at a tc. , m. Th... ........ . ...v iiaiin ,. daily except Sunday. ' No. run da! ) Irom Lexington to Cincinnati No. 43 leaves Lexington 10 00 am: arrives Pans o 4,5. am; except Sunday 11 JJIK 111 ji. 1 Mo-bil- e - 64-t- 1 FOR MEN ONLY; L. I ! InrpointsontheN N AM V. Ity IMPORTANT -- Train. ol this ,ne now arrive from the Central Union Passer at and Sisilon dinclnnall. making for'sU points North, Last and West ana baggage checked to inroiign ticket aar destmtttion reached by a railroad. For full partK-uhraddress any agent ol the Co, s pm: except Sunday, No. 7K'avet Falmouth 600am; arrives Cincinnati 755 am; except Sunday Trarii Note t runs dally between L.xing. ton and Cincinnaii. Jso , run. daily between Cincinnati and Lexiugton. Nos t and 6 mako connections at Wincheatei 7 10 -No. No 8leavesCiiicinnati5iopm.armesKalmouth ' Irt 11 - - W.L MUNSON.Trav I'-- S. F. II. MORSE, , (Jea-- I Am.. Agt.V'' K-r- OW H.E. HlNTING-rON- Vlco-IW,''';- SS Manager, 1 Chamber of Commerce Builduij, Cincinnati, O. OKfERAL OFFICES: -- 1a-