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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890070801 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. F Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XVIII. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, JULY 3. 1390. CRAB ORCHARD. edi-lice; j m NO. 37 "J .) IfI l tier the ri:ht corner of the comity LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. if we tuny credit and his Col. Slaituhter's picnif w.19 well at- The most enjoyao,.- - event of the day Iu resputiHt to a eonliul itivitiitiou n democratic sentiment in thi precinct, is was tlu' plensure-loviii- j: of this the grand picnic excursion lishingl I.trKs ileleiMtlo.. from stunfonl attended tt;ll.(k;'1 hi' tin nssur tl fart. party, whi.-l- met at this place July 4th. I Mcnsnnt PH,"U) Siuulny-m-liopicnic nt tlio A uWm oMnj iiulieun opened here, uinie Danville, Turneraville, McKinney Point Church, nenr Kiiiicnville. on July "ml now "W' are put oil iiti.l tnk- tuitl Mt. .Niletii w ere reptesented, Middle-bur- g TESTIMONIAL TO Uli, and tliuv were well repaid for their 0, '0' N'. --' and at, which sets us and Ycendte sent a large delega Ioiib, duhty ride. It was held in the '',l r I x tint .(rnir fit t.'n Tim l'liiti " ven footing with the other "bht" tion. The excursionists collected nt UovolHl;t. iri or tli Aiiirrle-ai- i beautiful rove In front of the cliurcli. towns along the K. I). The Detroit (Mich.) Journal tome Green Kiver church, near Vosemite, and About .100 people were present, and not- ( procetsled Mr y- " ,,,,lo d family have time ago sujrjjpsted the pro to the ford on the .Mlddleburg the latue crowd there waH to the French U'pi'dl" In piKe, from a month' Hojoiirn anions a mar the iluy'tj w""ed oie mile from this place, where not a Miiule mishap to the l,,u hills of Rockcastle river, actnonl'sl';ui nt f pml a they organised by electing II. H. MeAn-inc- b pleasures. A btand wan erected in the w,,or,, hy Lafayette of t r Tr"tK'h ia nthlithm to fresh air and line ehaiiiiian and E. Tnrmnt secretary. and around it a Hiillldeiit iiuiiibor rddlera and '"U"riioii y. : i'i Knive enjoyed the Mweetest of "ry. wo"!' .Hjrdy in ne..''. of In !p in Willi Coulter Win. Utu.s and James of benches to eomfnrtablv neat the whole rwrw.tlo.i-boat.- iijr and tUhinir. ajralnat Hrlttsh tyranny T. Coulter were eleited chiefs of the cu their crowd. The church oiyiiti was on the ,mr,y of llh of 'll, patrlotH ml- - fihl lnv..lon. Tho Kuggmtton was linary department, and John W. Wilch-er- , of round stand mid n.1 prettv a collection , wl n fro.n Hazel Patch to "take in" rtvehrd and lite Journal captain of the fishermen. Chnirinau hullo iwone.co.ii.l wish to see, whose front tin pa...,. , imIIh.1 !.t ii,1.iriLo,"s"u,K,u'rlll. hut arrivitiL'heie to solicit ?l of thU country to carry MeAninch then delivered an eloquent, ..,....., ......... !... .... w. triotic citiaenH able and patriotic address, coniinemonit-insplendid sinning. After a prayer the mo iiuu itj iiMKuiuu trip, tiiey tilled their out it UiMponars w re plan. holiday kiii.i with frothy enthusiasm the day we front President Ilarrlsn, the nnd while he exercised were opened by an address mid went reeling hack on the next train Oovcniors of sovernl StaUM and wanted them nil to enjoy themselves to Youiijj, one of the oldest front Mr. II. to their mountain lodges and by this eminent editors wIm) have sine the fullest extent he urged tenmerance citizens of that section, who hits always to ppomotp the movement. time are, we suppose, sadder, but soberer nnd hoped nothing would be done to .soil taken deep interest in church mutters. A irtbutcof the kind susrMted by tho anil wiser men. Mr. Voting spoke in a forcible manner Detroit Journal U eapcclally grateful the reputation of their respective comMiss Sue will be the fair and nprtropriat at the of the causes that led to the Declaration in"ent time. munities. Captain Wilcher then took preceptress of Walnut Flat hchool again Tho nsplruiiotiK and ambitions which charge of his company ami kent them of Independence and of the blessings this year; J. Kdiiiistonaetstlio school Lafayette f'lt and experienced for his on duty, while the rest of the party that have followed. at Watts' Chappell; .Mrs. Bettie Jliiehnn-a- n own eoutt'ry, an well :m have since. formed in regular order nml made n After bis address" there were recitations the one near the depot, known as the bet u renlisr'l orer t'.ure as well as here. grand pantile through the principal y the little boys ami girls and also by Th" nueess which he helptnl win on Holmes school; Mis Mollle Warren will the young ladies, alWnatiug with music preaide this rontlncit' lrsl Jo tbo roNoltttlon in streetH and public square around the in the Adams tlistrict; .1. A. and from thence by the choir. It was the universal opinI'rnin. Throtttrh ator:n. and ti'ivors, magnificent Chappell will wield the birch in the ...:ti strif : aftiv many tltietiiaUoiis to the coo! shade around Whipp's pure, ion of all present tlntt they had never locality; It. I.ee Davis willntra... aid txiul. after constant changes in gushing spi ing. Then win sn e nee n young people deport themselves tile the pedagogical stool at KpliugiiH ami t.i. forn' of jrovprnniont. from ivpublln of all ages und conditions, from on such occasions. They were bettor Miss I.lllie Tettus will instruct theyoun to niptis-- ; empire to monarchy: the wee toddler to the silvery haired; perfectly free and easy, graceful in their to republic; and back again, delivery, and enunciated so well that idea at I'renchersville. Most of thtwu ;)iPi'Ugb the rouml of empire and rev- there were golden hair, raven locks and will open their tloors, siuaro their eliins they could be heard by all present. It olt' ion, another republic bus riHon in red heaiN; there were black eyes and ami jjo to pejajlnjintviiy alnnit next I'tamv, solliUr. firmer. Ju m-- und more blue; there were blonde and brunette is regretted that their names cannot be IMC'oful than any that ever got foot-- complexions; ami even Stanley's .sunny for each atitl every one du.urros given, 1 That clentr and courteous gentle-limland, the "Dark Continent" was well then before. failed t "sue his name in print," but TU!a uoest-uirt- t of the Prottch .'.of. W. F. .McCtary, w ho has done represented ami welcomed. At noon a to gel a copy of the prognuiime. has Ilml many tltnrss as much for common schools as any man bounteous repast of everything good to Itev. J. M. Cook next delivered nn 1 has never liwn t -n its elder nisters. . stroll", to rimly estibll .bed. a whicii showed in Lincoln, was in town thin week talk-inon U is eat, including about a hundred iounds up bin candidacv ior.cluol superinA tribute fntta tho nop.ildto of of lish caught, which were cooked on t etl.iv. that he has given the question deep Horn on Copper Creek, a ?': t'ni:?d states to the Uvpiihli" of the grounds, was placed ou spotless study. He is a xealous christian anil tendent. neighborhood adjacent to this, and com-in- Fr lia.' a fr.te.n it sinifl-(M-.c- e table cloths and everyliody invited to has accomplished ami is yet accomplishnan rW1 Itonor of cordial and partake. The crowd was variously here to sell when n bov, bare- ing great good. ; tonloii i !K.twn the two iiat-kan.J we almost said troni i00 to.'kK) proeiit. It was a At the coucltieiou of his remarks an The unity of be is as dear to the Crtib most enjoyable titl'air, nothing happenudpiurnment wits taken for dinner, to it tvud tb" syciOK'try of Institutions wbu I. the greatest compliment that can ""'hnrd people im was the ".Mill boy of .iil bestow upon tUe gift souotbing ing of a discordant nature. While the "'u loiks of old Hanover tr.ort' t Iwn Vbc bmtc formality of empty best of order prevailed, Wellington's upbe imid it is that it was n genuine Ken - I1'"- J,1,,,uw 'pliUMMt, roarious wild Irish brigade would have lucky feast, dispensed with Kentucky county, Va., ami will, we are certain, get 'j ho itt contributors nnd most of the democratic votes in this end, been thrown in the hhade, as far as hospitality. There was at least twice us - In tbo project includes many a if not some republican ones. much its the crowd could eat and It was in bijrh honor at I'.io pros-- . noise is concerned, if they had been Thiough the instrumentality of Mr. nadie f tho4o the hesl the land atlonls. At this juncit day. as dl'asof those whose sires present when the iishenneii succeeded escapes John Kduiiston mid Crab Orchard Lodge w 're held In htjrh honor dut::iT and every once in a while in catching a very ture there were several narrow sUmgjlo that v.itb tho large lish. It has been a day to be long handsome affr the grr-afrom mishaps, for the good people grub- No. I0.softl.el. (). (). F., remembered. bed eery stranger present and almost memorial tablet was erected this week :ild of Franc secured the lndepondenc of the Nation. Judge Itains, wliohas just returned, pulled them in pieces, oarb trying to over the grave of Past Orand Master The a orb i in lb" hands of a latv reports a fine time ut the picnic at Judge.!. D. Pollard, w bo diet! here about t ike them to his dinner stand. sec.tlon Linunittcc. rrpreent.iir !:. T. und eaih political party. After dinner an address of iilniiit 'M II years ago. Judge Pollard came front of tliocour-'ru;rtjestlons fir the best Miller, Frankfort and for several years was closeMoney minutes was made by Mr. W. II. Tbo:FlrstSymptoma of Death. ly identified with the social ami oolitic. form of a itltnoninl should be sent to of Stanford, who was folio wed in tin ti tired feelins.dull headache, paui in arums of the chairaian of the coriniittee, Dr. purls of the lod. sinL.inf at the pit of the Hiby J. It. Paxton. W. F. McClnry. Klder a,.n,R,irs loss of apHtite, feterishness, pimples or . l William Seward Webb, of New York are all positive ixidence of oisoned l ood. sores Iliirli.iii1...1 I., i No J . Montgomery and Judge Thomas .......,.,,,., m luivdiiimv iieariug won City, or tu W. II. Iiroarley. of tho matter hnw it became poisnned it must he purirled W. Varnon. the latter making the hap- him many friends and he was at one to avoid death Dr Acker's Iiiiglisu lllooi) Klixir Journal has never (ailed to tcmoc- scrofulous or vpnilitn. piest ellort of his life. After this ltev time police judge. After bis death his poisons Sold under positive guarantee at A R, family moved away and at present It is Bucklen's Arnica Salve l'enn) s Martin A. Middletoii. who presided with 'I ke b.t Mini U the world for cuts, braiM. not known where they reside. The mea short crave and dignity, made She sot, ulcK, nit rheum, fxter src, letlur, chap- - A daughterWas Completely Cured hnnd-oiii- e tribute to a good pd Ivad", chilblains, ram and all Mi. ernji ol my customer sultcred from in which he thanked the audience morial is a cure pile, or so vay rei)iiir menstruation aud her health was aid tor tin attention given. He said that it mail by his follow townsmen and "com- tlent h is potinlj: tu irivi perfect satisfactiar, wrecksnl ed. At mv slit ued i ne UArnued I'ricf 15 cents (Mr bo. Ik.iiU sf Hr.ulheld's female Regulator, wlm li refunded or most w j 4 happy that the incut-ci- rades of the mystic tie." R I'enuv, suntord, Ky. cured her llellunis. aier alio) Altss. Frank DilHon, who gained home noWrile u,e llradhcl.. Kt Atlanta, t.a-- 'or m should h opened Ity Mr. Voung.onu Saul (.j a" dritit daiticular toriety several vents as by belm: the Bupepsy. i the oldest citiieus uf that section, as you uuiht 10 haie, in Uct Jou of its greatest benefactors, youngest telegraph operator in the coun- fj'lhisis itht tully enjoy life. Tr.nusands are have to Y well as one try, is here from Chicago visiting his must hint far it daily and mourning becnuse they stnn and i lined by Judg Varnon, one of lite Sndit not. Thousands upon thouuinds of dollars Frank is one of the ex- arr suonl annuatl) by our opl in tr.e hope that w ho had father's family. . ituens of the county and I dttri to veil my farm f ahont itu And yet it maybe this bco alwas lieeu identified with ita welfare. perts now and hold a good jKMition in they bymay attain guarantee that ltlectnc u Hitters, ttcd .iboui iJ4 inilt uurih of hUntoru ail. V n.f had porthe i.anlen City, funnel Dtvight Har- if used Jiiniding to directions and tho ..wbii inKitvii ii((tp.iii; uic uiu (.null mCll Toe young gentlemen on the commit-t'-- f arc aboi.t vu aire in di(tsti M and oust of the farm well et wheat and rye; tin hal .tu c sisled Hi. will brnn ou clerk that ever handled a the demon dypciwia and install instead Kapepsy in tiinoth) GmiI ihr dir; f arrangements deserve thanks for din, the We commend Klut trie Hitter for dxanuixia aad uf four rooms and kitrhen and a spletidul new whicii they performed yard stick or a sugar scoop, is clerking all diaaases of the Ur. Momach and kidneys ham; is well watered and fonred. Possesion can tue maiiuer in for the summer nt Chadw ick V lidmls-ton'Sold at yc and $1 pw bottle at A K. I'cnay'a be jivee, iamiiiatuly. For particulars, seb J. P. ttieir duties and the young Indies of the Bailey, Stanford, or write the undersigned at Mr.T. K. Walton, of Stanford, dnif store. Cioitnnatt, Ohio. E. Wl I HERS. i.iir have the sincere thanks of all the ? Is Conbumption Curable for the sweet anisic furnish-t- - was In town Thursday. Matei Joo Mr. Head the has been spending a couple of weeks Ark.aays folhiMiiiiS down C. H Morris, Newark, For Sale---Bric- k with ubsi.c'. of lungs Rosidcncc Miss Johnson, the organist, is a "Was school-bophyician pronounced mean in- In hi h I now live, west Maui with chums at Pittsburg. and Iriendaand P skill. stree', and the . onsumptie llegan taltnn Dr. kmc t Imisiiko li k kn tuusti lau of rare wii as the IIIik k, opponow Messrs. J. II. Hutchings and J. Will surable New Useoery far Consumption, and amwork on site Cmirt sHU , re, Stanford Ouslei OWSI.KV ll on able third a.s .1.. i1..a James arrived from Florida in time to see m tarm notile and uiicsi to oversee the -aits-.Itmnu my Congressional Convention. itli is inv imsji ' esse .tiiwiiesvari, ...... glorious tth celebrated In Koutuckv :"""'.. :"' New Discovery Im House and Lot at Crab Orchard For Sals, Kititf-I'lte Congressional Committee for this the it not bien for Dr. tunc would listrnt, which met in Ijuvrenceburg last style. Mr. Hackney, of Williamsburg Consumption l b doctors died of in trouble. best Am now has taken W. H. IVttus' place us opera- WanKivenup It Sample bottles tree at A Iof A House and Lot, c insisting of i1 Acres, locahealtn.V Try week, passed the following: ted at Crl Orchard Ky , aud knuwnas the tor in Mrs. Newland's oillce. Messrs. l'enny'adres store Uksoi.ki. That n couxention of the one lllock Irum Depot The hous skiciou rooms, one lattice porch, one Congressional tlis James Miller and Sam Magee gloritled New York woman contains sin and Keminler. the democrats for the Mb open (torch portico, with all necessary the tth by going D II. Ed Call on tint of Kentucky be held ut Lawrence the I. J's ami the tos'tuufotd and seeing murderer, has again been sentenced to Crab Orchard, Kj., or addie Pineville, Ky in stow, or mc at on the 1th of Uuisviiles lick each die by electricity, this tune on the 7th day of.'August, 1MK), to burg joSAMUEL IILAIR. At 1). other. August. nominate a democraticcandidate forOou-gres- s The urgent solicitations which have 3111c- -.' Nerve jiiiU 1.1 cr X'llJs. in said tlistrict. A FEW PROBABILITIES. been pouring in upon him have induced nc on the Th- cound' I'd, That in said convention each Antntir!4i" rfiMl tHiw. tk iliiough 'Im tmni's s'niiMclt ty shall be entitled to one vote for each Squire J. A. Chappell to become a candi- llei, pruti'i Thry vKwany rmo UH'on. A . 'lti uml eonstipa lorpul li hI ins along with several ltjo and fraction of 100 exceeding eOdcnio-trati- c date for linn, ".pli n i t ftir m'ti , ffowi amt -eli'!ilrii Will probably ipeak at Stanf rd tountx others, for magistrate in this precinct, sin !'lot, tin ih ' toiirt day, .ltilnosIo- .Stent votes cast for the Cleveland and (Jul 14th) ami if he doc , will proliauly n.unc j and he has formally announced himself. oampii . ln- u a K IVi.tiy a St intor J CstrMidsitc for County Jinlsu. who u ill probalily he Thurnian electors at the November elec. ..,.11 . .,1... aac.l n.s,l Tito W'tiiKturful 'I'ower. il (IIVIMI'I) UC IMC UCl r...u... tilll ...1. ..!.. 1.. si., I. wUUlllY s'ln i While the squire may have higher a tion in 18SS. r.idol JndRc that eer wore th ermine in Liruoln rouuty Th stWictUn' in the wnrid r both politically and pecuniarily, Tow or. at .... ............ .. r. l.lsift tei- liter. riut tliejru.it ur iirr lialili ct'r uilltm.ir il j,, select delegates ;'d, That, in order to ilisoovory ur Dr Finnkiii Milt-- ih cortain to convention, the democrats of each he is not the man to sit Sphinx-like- , ;ilmv-I- t l to said iiroiiiuiiiii; Imiiii.i'i luutT tar i AUCTION norvu to the call of his constituency, licil'h. Tin ounty are requested to meetat their resritm builds tip wiifiinnt sys mn. edrci llts. when be sees that it needs his help. That sp.ksins, hiuiS.ii'lin. nrrvniis (r.-- tt .illun. 1IU7I pective county seats at '2 o'clock p. m em , miss, .It'eiilOiMi' s iiKintli y pains. Mirier of on Wednesday, July III, and then and he has not, in the four years of his in- inmliliM, rtr. Mis ,loh l.nu'uniport delegates to said conven- cumbency, made n model magistrate, no 1ml . liul.. '.' J I) T.tttur i of while liihlni; there select said iikiii-Ione will have the gall to say; and his an- it. Kinclr iliiit-4t- iiuiiiiiUti,iist,",oii";irftoili il ' tion. . nuns" nutt vitnp Ib.iiiv of tin HsoHitagonists, shrewd and character-searchinAt Nicholasville, Ky Nervine, tree at A K lVtm' who nu.uulitre Do not Suttor any Loner. as they are, can trumpet no charge IL a conijh can be cheikeU in a day KnnwuiK that In the new Addition to the Citv known as Duncan ' Tliotisiliuln 1o1moiic1. mil the tint tae of cunntimptiaii broken m u or accusation to sully bis clean record, Heights l'.i.glili we hereliy ttdarantee Ur A.ker' In u ret'ont work o Hiurl Disease, llr el. Remedy, and will refund the money to all unless they unscrupulously distort facts. Fr.inltlln Mili'i tin- nut il Couxh Ktves ho tiny take u m per uiirtnnu, ..mi xi uui It was he who pulled down the largo tnunv nuiv und iirtluik.' fie'n Thimtatnl of On Tuesday, July 8, 1890, j,r itatemenl correwt. Kor S.le by A. U. Tenpeople are hliiu ini'viniiij thi'inv-ivCominencini;iu i p in pauper bill whicii for years honest iiilTee. Inthetilnlie liy tin hi-n- t " Drngot. had been paying to encourage bact'ti and nioolii-- Thuse'ai" Heart Whips, Pooplo Nicholasville Contract and lnctmi nt Co The Our Vory Boat illv wear have purchased the beautiful farm of Mr, Itobert causing II to i rapidly iln r Confirm our statement when e nay that Dr. Ack--to idleness and mendicancy. The nllirma-tioInq it out, pnnliteinir slinrinrsi of tirralu rthen Duncan, on the edgeof Nicholasville, liorderiiis "n In tu every way mpetior Knirllnh Kemedy Mile nml shoulder, lnniRry tun railroads und two turnpikes, and the pains and which every road overseer must (iierclilng. poi !et eni.il.wr nrrnirjtions Kitiiii.y ,.U whooping cough andfor the throat magic nut t ta lun anil nnd fiunt gineers have laid it otf intu stiets, avenues nnd croup, it i 1111.I irritated hearts fn tlvntli luni. scuure Within this uddition may be found lov l make to road claims before they can be yon a whm we oner l lite Ml J relieve at once the press eter wliero hills and dales, wooded parks ami Erusty lawns allowed was due to his honesty and ti) Dr free Keinetnber tln remedy . is old on a New Henri Ctnn d springs of Clearwater and an artificial lake, vvhi. guarantee, at A. U l'enn) Mllci.wlin.il islnrsuiuiil A.lt.l'i ntiv'K.Stauroril. whencomplited, will be admiiably adapted Icr The new turnpike system, fishing ami row in;, aa well at fur ftirnishini; water Dp Acker'e Encrllsb Pills which may be said to be only in its in- DRUNKENNEaa-TH- B No more delightful LIQUOR HAB farmanul.ictiiriiiKpiirpo.es head- . ... .. ror tick onre sites: for residences can he found auywhir in losi of appetite, bad ception, nnd which promises' to give In the World thoro ia but one Kcntuck) all acbe.diorderedtoiiULh, I xi client graded school Golden Specific. omplexionand bilioutntoi. they have never been .- frci 10 even teachercure, Dr. Haines county as line a k of high rorulc bjr 11Ualed either in America or abroad, coffee without months in the year. It can be imen waysasanyof her wealthy neighbors, the knowledge of in cup of tea or It, effectine a Nicholasville has no city indebtedness tavts A K 1'enny, imiggi.i person taking the a vacant house very low; Rents are bid permanent cuie, whether the patient and hoiiH-- nut demand the has first, last and nil the time received ocedy Terrible Cough in citv moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck and the past has demonstrated is growing rapidly that large profits - .u ,n..nini. Itiimril or ditlicult brcathine. the cordial suppoit of Squire Chappoll. Tnounnds of drunkards have been cured made he investments in Nicholasville propIn the chot, Golden Specific In tneir coffee will be Kemeinberthe rattine phlegm, tightne evening or weat quicki-ncat night Ilia pluck, energy, sagacity and readiness have taken the day, Tuesday. July 8 believe they erty. knowledge, and nuUe. cliilliiieii In the T'erms of Sale: cash; balance in one No thing, are the firt uge. o. to give his tongue utterance ill or any of these or their own freewill. on every oc- b., "drinking from administration. Cures and two years with 6 per cent interest from date Dr. Acler'i Engli.h Couh Renie convuuiption. result, it. i Ily order of the Nicliolasviile Contract and Inold casion when it was needed ley will cure thee fearful symptom, and has deiiiou. Send for circular and full particulars. Ad. vestment Co Co., 185 J. S. HRONAl'WII, Pres ill confidence Golden under a positive tTiiarantee by A. K. l'enny, etrated that he is a n. UOOVEK, Sfc'y substantial pillar im- - dress Street, Cincinnati. O. 3yiw i)rug)it. Itice To the Kslitor of the Interior Journal ; The Pleasant Point Plcnio. i pOYAl, KOI aKSl THE F. 1 RILEY B HOUSE, ,ra better the public, 'London, ' prepjredthatieer 77 he muied RILEY, Proprietor. - - - Kentucky. t, mj nv. iote',jiic! t 1c 1 ( t.ood I.iieryattache.i sired. One me a tall. ndeiery com enience deFRANK RILEY. omnioiate ulth-,tudin- n ' - tit:i t ! $Til 'OLD DRIPPMO SPRINGS' Referring to an adertiiement which appeared Interior Journal in regard to letititi; cottages at Old Dripping Springs, I wish to ir.f rm the public that ince said article appear ed I hac again leased the tprins and buildings. t D G Slaughter upon same conditions as in former lease lietween him and James I.. AlllTMS 17- MARY HK1.1.E AIJA.MS. Adme. in last iMie at the con-taiiie' j "' ''oi-un- it e 7 i..ivuni HuhM-rtrtlioii- s POWDER Absolutely Puro A cream of t irtc bak all in leatenm; .trn g h port Aug 17, f g celt-brut- e, v -- X'. P . ( 1 wdrr lfii;hc-tof- j n.rnmer.t Re rHALE'S WELLi Irir'a) with i June Jine,. It cal'c.l i.mc Rerfiu. i rites fir bo.rd -- cM.o.1 open e k fira-i- 1 nTsl d Lincoln County UV will ieli Bonds - . at Auction. o irt-- h t II nttues till Juljr II at Hop on 8 10 sharp. 1st. K I OK UAs 1. Per Week u moVt LI Hiii-litiiia- t . ic 01 tffre th. door in unfortl, on x-ll- Meai:.:::: Kent, per Cott I)... :.... . t-- Monday, July 'I hat lieinif li 1890, i Ilorsrs .t- -l fed .,fnh perU.ek Iav A I. ek .;....;...;. .' --;.;. ;;;;;; itj, tl c ..uo '...'.'.'.':"" n SrOONAMOttB. oo 50 unty m irt day, 10 Bonds of $500 Each, Hearing per cent, interest anil tedeenublc in to j ear to court-hous- e cook's spREsras. c t 1 asneni-bing- won-;-eh- y .Mini-tin- y. r h' 1 -s ad-dre- !i- 1 lotir SMiuday-School- s, n 'I'lie-'ifuuttliil anl lnalth-;i- v n Sprnii--. are situated n Di ris.r, 4'. miles of Stanlord. The) are of the 'inre.t chalvKie uatcr. In the da)sr.f the old proprietor, Moses Cook, our inces-tor- s spent man) iiapj) hours i ere aininu health and hat tunes-- . For invalid- - slum uf no more healthful waters, and for pleasure Uvers it has no eipial. Tlura was never a cooler, mute delightful hoarding house away from the noisy city and free offer for sale privatel) my I'..rm kiiuwn as the from the tnusit al mosnuttft. Wit'' a new boit and old Lewi unsford pia e, nc ir the ht nf .rd and plenty ol fish, much pleasure can he obtained on l.incatcr pike, and ninnin iicarK ! Itx River, the vatei.oolJ Ii r er. Out iMieiiou It is well impmsed, has the 27th uf I une. Katcsnf beard, hcjinninc Jnly CiiiitaitnuK 112 Acres of in K"l cisturn, and the land i me n tine si.ite Cieek. 1st: Per Week J3.00 Call mi 01 aMif.i at Gil rerts , o0 Per ... ... S I. WITHKRS. R Per Meal 1C1 Per Month 30 00 Cumfnrtalbe stable for horses at 3 per week or $0 cents per day. Come anj tay one week and I tel sure )on will tav the eaon. Correspondence solicited. J2 im J F COOK. THOMAS W. VARNON G II. COOPER, I) H. CAKI'F.N TKR l Coir nitttc. 1 Farm 1 ih-i- 3Tor Salo. 1 cul-tiat- iii D. FOHSAL23! Contsumt! , imre-loote- d es w i'i;o"!l - Lot on Main Street in Stanford cav esti-mute- d I. M. BRUCE, l o.r tnp-ttU- T WALTON, Stanford LIVE57, ICE,-IC- E. will run a regCommencing Monda . May i ). ular ice waon and dcuer ICI. at the honie of person ill Stanford who deire it Notify eer) nu 11a if' vih to Vecred I1R1.MER A CLAUS m AND ?JS8 8IA3LE, STANFORD, KV. SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL, Horses and mules bought and sold. travelers Onlvhrst-clas- s horsesand vehicles ied in livery. llt jitf t A. E. GIBBON'S. Dealer In - HARRY A. EVANs, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, SIANFORD, K.Y Mid-dlebur- g. ev-r- mil PRPERS. PRLKTS - ril 5 Engineering and Surveying in all branches. OILS. t'", - - warm-hearte- f VARNISHES, ETC, sioni-ach- , Do-tro- tt - va, s, This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and to trespass on our lands pertf.t lars-es- t others not nil such will be prosecited without fullWALK l'Al'KU AM) DKt'Olt TI0 mission, as to the and most complete t"i in C tin- - .1 Keiituck, est extent of the law Signed viith all the I nest and niot arti t.i liicoratiolia D. V. HOLMES. Dr. P W LOGAN, known to the trade Ro m Miil itus a il WinIOSH ADAMS dow Shades ill endless I'RICI THE PHtLUERT RICHARDS anet II W. GAINEb. J. fj. McKINNKV. An ex LOW tST AND WORK rllr UK-- l O. LYNN, l an miti'Mi Is kindl) -- i 'el r o'.Ur are Mrs. SAMFORD IRWIN, JOHNUALLOU. Mrs. ALICK 1 UCKER IOS. Jin placed V". HAMILTON. THOS C HALL. it.-i- DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. POSTED. y -- ueifc-tion g I . C . . Farm For Sale. i i Tutfs Titer produce regular, unttirul with never urlpo or ltitvrrcro slnllr hIioiiIiI 1u Asevery liouxcliolil. IiiIiics. in n fumlly ineilleUie, slicSOLD i:KllVWIUaKi:. cic-iiutloii- 1TOTICE. I W 1 are standing the Clark Cash h rse at our Me at Mi Kiuney at sta- -' 1 1 i i 11 W St - II ' OXJ3FLE3 He well bred and zelter Monev with another all colts till horse. Lien retained Malaria, Dumb Chills, due when mare partedonDUNNor ftbred tomoney is paid. TANNER. Fever and Ague, Wind Colic, Bilious Attacks. NEWCOMB HOTEL. is a No 1 $10 to Insure a LivingflJColt foal is 38 s. MT. VERNON, KY. well-kno- .'.sHi-inl.l- a New-lan- d y 4 1 I i'"'i he a s assa. M "- o o o c This old and Hotelts still aatatain ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. M P. NF.WCOMU, Prop,, t Alt Vernon, Ky. Sj-t- a. f"1 a--i ijiTi (CINI, C. Ha t leaaed one of the .tables at Pence A:, Karris track aud will run a general I. CHOW . Breaking and Training Stable. He has had sufficient experience to mike him an expert m the bu.ine.s and hi rate, will Give linn u slure ot voiir patronage. reasonable )r I -t ! 1 , . iiv--'-- Fontaine Fox liobhitl MllsaV ...1..-- n C) THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, !"-'- Proprietor - nspir-atiou- o ' -- t, rn. .111 I - n No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation, and its proprietor is determined th t shall be maintained s hsppl-no-s,uutre-d- vTonil-ifi- il, SAI.i: r. n He has recently ac'ded to its appointments 11 . Valp.i-r.nno- 11 DESIRABLE LOTS O" n Pool and BilliarcTParlors s A Livery Stable First-Clas- - g - ipr-iait- sl o n r Ct To accomrnsdvc the demands of hu increased transient patronazc. i'et Turnouts furnished Commercial Travelers and others. s" - l weaU-rnln- S50 REWARD! I will pay a Keuard of Fifty Dollars for information on conviction of any unauthorised person work-Ingnie- n - i h'-u- n 111 stid-rte- a t JfADFIELDS l wen'ii-ii'-i- l Found Cutting Timber or Damaging any Improvements On the following 1 (m-t- 1) lii).-hi- po-H- I 4fe f FEMALE- CIFIC property: Lin-coi- n T-- REGULATOR net-w- ot s i- y &8f&&9 MENSTRUAT0N ICNNCIS U TKX.I.N DUAlHt CHAHftt U1L 6rsJvT.KHiir 9Uf TlWHVWUKNnilh On MONTHLY harmfu-erte- ct One-thir- d juar-antec- he I arms at H'ghland known at W A Cash's, Tun Hutchison's, George Hanoi's, Uastin Heirs', II P Young, I. S. Young's it acreplace.W. Terry's, Win. Lonf's At Cox's Gap V, Ilutchistn's 40 acre farm, Freeman and K. K.llarren's timber traits on Iluclc Creek, 307 acres, John TurnhuU't, 517 acres, John llucnanans, 301 acres, .M.J Harris', 90 acres, u. Powers". cxi acres John Andersons, u acres. Wash Harris' 517 acres, Freeman's, Soo acres. Kohiiisou Mill tract, I Tobin's farm, Bryant Ktdd'sfarm, Joel Pctrey'a farm, A. Hooch's farm, V Collins' tarm, on lilacle KiJije, 000 acres, Hen ry Miller's, oo acres, Heury Aldlers, 44a acrss, Stephen (lurch's, a)a acres, D. II. Kdtmston'a tract, Strode lloiifc. Cottage near depot at Crab Orchard. Hotel, Cottage andStorehouse at Otten-hel1 m. MiAMflHKBUUTMaL miriiiMiww ATZAKTAiL ioj.6111 J OITRNHKIMER, Agent for Owners. -' A., . '. . - "" Semi-Week- ly if ww In i ipwywii IBHMnMWMMn3l Interior Journal ' Stantokd, Ky.. July S 1890 th W. F WALTON, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. tit Fcr Super or Juoge. JO&FI H BARROVR ' Appiliate Clerk, W W LUNC.MOOR County Judf. THOMAS W VARNOX County Attorney. JOSErH 11 TAXTON j " County Clerk, GUORGE n CI OPLK; " Sheriff, J. N MEXEFEEj " Jailtr. SAMUEL M. OWENS; " Attestor, E. D. KENNEDY; " Sop't cf Common School.. W F. McCLAKY Surveyor, HARRY A EVANS; Coroner. ARCH CARSON republican committee. lie very much deplores the sectional feolim:, which would cat aside a union soldier 'to honor a confederate cripple and in-- j terms against the veiirhs in 'trong-'S- t keepinc up of war issues and memories ui vears after peace has been declared. Kisht yon are, judge, but " you would impress this upon your northern brethren, whose favorite pastime is wavi nc the bloody shiit, you might do more for vour country. Your letter is a ' nice" little bid for the votes of the very "brave and gallant confederates, but it won't worK. They are going to vote for Woodford V. Longmoor and elect him by 40,000 majority. I is out in a formal ni nnion..!, nftiw tinmiiuitioii for appellate clerk, which he souuht at the hands of .TuimnTis-M.E- I very hard upon the readers. inrisdiction. ' and to conveit our "' in Gov. McOreary tie emocrats electoral system into a mochine, which a vfr first class material for the speakerfew men bv a .foa, appliances ran ur.rk 6 up of the next House and a man in from their lair in the ationai Lapu.il,, ;..' everv respect equipped to take .Mr. Car- ate portrayed with a master hand ,...i in I'dt-'- place as leader in the House. n manner which will i,Jt.u its eiiect on Catlettsburg Democrat the country. A novel feature of the celebration at Tut. Ifannlilidn St.Tt Central Colli Colorado Springs on the 4th was the il- mittte, which met at Danville Thursday 'lamination at 'night of the suminit of :..!.. .nll.. nr..lrcil tllO PanfltlljU'V Tl!l,. fl.t. H...n l..H..1d rtf kerosene of Judge J. H. Tinsley for appellate clerk ami one 0f rtfd f,re were ignited anu gave n and adjourned. The appointment of the mountain the appearance of a Barrett, a mugwump, to be post- - can0 in active eruption. master at Louisville over Mr. Itiley, the The United Confederate Veterans eecretary of the committee, who was en- Association, in camp near Chattanooga, dorsed by the committee and most of the elected John B.Gordon prominent republicans of the State, cast a E. Kirby Smith, Lieutenant General, damper over the enthusiasm of the mem- and Gen. Kobel, of Texas, Lieutenant Debers and the meeting wore the aspect General of the more of a funeral gathering than of a partment. meeting to endorse a candidate who is A cloudburst on a mountain in Texexpected to win. as caused a Hood to sweep down over the town of Van Horn, almost inundatKenton county iB getting to be a misera- ing it. A railroad train from El Paso ble sore on the democratic body politic. was suddenly surrounded by a roaring Her conventions usually end in a row river, and before the locomotive could and contested delegations, but it was re- be stopped the water had washed away served for the superior court conven- the track in front and behind. tion to have six separate and distinct Lemons have not been so scarce and delegations. The Commonwealth says high for years in New York as they are that the outrages that have for years at present. The fruit men attribute this been perpetrated in the name of democ- to the hot weather in tho West, where racy, has caused the falling off of tho the demand for the fruit is great. In democratic vote and will continue to re- umiiinrr nf tliin tlipv pal) attention to the duce it. f ict that on last Tuesday and Wednesday n wo cargoes ot ou.uuu ooxes soni ai auc-ioJames Maiikt had a report of the Press Association ami brought over 5200,000. meeting, at Winchester, in the last issue Tho volume of trade, according to of the 5ft. Vernon Signal. He and the commercial reports, was 13 per cent Fletch Poynter, of the Shelbyville Senti- greater for the last six months and there nel, got away with most of the boys on have been fewer failures than usual. Exthe completeness and excellence of their clusive of government payments on bonds and pensions, the disbursements on acaccounts of the delightful meeting. count of interest and dividends are estiWT. IL Banisey, a capable young lawmated at 174,000,000, against SflljOOO.OOO yer, will probably represent Rockcastle last year, and this enormous outpour of and Laurel in the constitutional conven- money has allayed all fear of a foreign tion. The republicans of the former drain. county have endorsed him. fnl f -- " Iad " a coo. retreat in the Tennessee I their in- drowned thenise ves Mountains. Mr. Watterson fired four account ot their inability to pay columns ot reti'iioi na;.er Hiiuev-uuiiei-- 1 household ort?8 on their on the 4th. He takes Heed furniture for sl'o his Force bill for a text and handles The New York Evening World and only a gifted writer can. him and it as the Philadelphia North American printThe object and the baleful results of the ed their 4th of July editions in red, detestable scheme to rob the people of white and blue. This is certainly patnol their home rule aim me btates oi timi . Fno.M John Bom), the republican candidate One of the best fpee lies Irom a coninfai.i-oi- s fnr to the sheriffalty of Clnis-tiastitutional standpoint airainst the county, i a man of immaculate gall. made in Conelection lull, that wa ottice, gress, was delivered by Gov. McCrearj. He is still running for the ling an investigation has reveal-.- . had no effect on the con ftf irftnr.. it i . i... .... ti.ut lw U ii ilifr.nllnr to the v spirators, who nan ucieuniueu in ad and is like- v nice to enact the scheme to rob too rnionnt of perhaps --UH0 o....... ;o w.so a ic.rgfi. im- bat tney S an, -- f lier They will it Wit rrspettful attention and even j however, n the republicans. mm, jiw t.ir w....... governor to continue ins vote permitted ttie had called retiiur(.s after tlte Mr., Hrnhy, the prohibition ewndi- on hun. Amonc the e5onB miH' R fa .v. MeCreary npun,t the ab-uw.l ' spwkmK , lhe pHnci- rmn-n- u l.orr-A.tt...tit auows the, , vK w hgVe seen no no- As -, n,t tM- pcple to board of, amass.hu Uionsi of H 8el,ct tn ...embers ' ptaw.8 .h, is m0si needed. Those who 1st arti-- 1 am, bwm, ,u,p rese..utne. as of the CnsUtmion; it mirtrles the rflinfully j M that ,he is ., . . lacking . ,,..,.. Stiiteand Federal power in the, control . UeaUlV HUH. mr , ,,. in , .. w...... . iium whw nml manairemeiu oi me iuiumw mo tions that confusion and collision of an Avotker superior Coutt Convention it iHinaects wiu becin to wrestle with ritnrltvnru. enre 10 oocui: n..ir..v.. Federal courts with political wnemes, j 0 n democratic nominee at LexiiiKUn and authorize Federal judges to domt- It is to be hoped that the e nate and contiol the legislative depart- - deleeates will show a little 'rum tluin thn.it who tisfiirediu tl... 1i.a fail- ment of the government, when the era of the Constitution iutended that the ure. departments three great N'EWS CONDENSED Bhould always be independent of each Miss inrah Mattingly was struck by other; it is not needed for the regulation of Concessional elections, no State hav-iii- lightning in Hardin county and instant-I- v neglected or refused to prescribe the killed. Srince Aucust :'., 1S7, the treasury time, place and manner of holding elecworth of for representatives; it will require has purcnased tions an expense of millions of dollars annual- bonds, for which it paid ly, authorizes the appointment of nearly A Pasteur institute, for the cure of and will rabies, has been opeuod in connection m fton new wilitried officers bring ballot and bajonets, soldiers and with the Hush medical college, Chicago. supervisors, so close together at the polls The earnings of the L. v. N. for the there will bo no free and fair that year ending June :X) were Sli,S2,753, an over the previous And Jinally," said the governor, increase sf "it should be despised and defeated Twenty-eigh- t years ago last W ednes-dn- y it is Gen. John H. Morgan and his comand unconstitutional." mand made their celebrated raid into U.vpek the law rive new stars were ad- Oh5There were a cold wave and a Jrost ded to the American flag on the 4th of July, making the number 4:1. The five in Kortnem Wiscousiu Saturday, the new States are North and South Dakota, thermometer in some places registering Idaho, Montana and Washington. Ow- as low as 3S degrees. The receipts of the government for ing to a slight difference between the and th .Senate, the rotten bor- the year ended June 'M were House ough of Wyoming, which adopted its 0U0 and the exenditures ! 18,000, (XX), constitution by a total vote of about S, leaving a surplus of $84,000,000. The freight handlers on all the roans 000, with womn exercising the right of year before at Cincinnati are on a strike for higher uuffrage, ha to wait another nbe can be represented on the iHg. I n- - wages, except those on the L. X., and fortunately, however, she will h" repre-- businesi ib nearly at a stand-still- . pented long before that time by two re- Fifty pounds of powder exploded in conFour were a store at .fcott Haven, Pa. publican senators and a republican though the entire vote of the killed and two other children so severegressman, ly injured that there is little hopeof their territory i not more thanacongression.il recovery. district. n not-withs---. rn-ht, - ir pt-att- "....J;,, nt - ; m"?" j te -- " ic James Hobbs shot and killed Hiram Helton at Manchester. Prof. J. Houglas Urucc, A. M., of the University of Virginia, will occupy the chair' of modern hiuxuagus at Centre College nect year. The Chinese minister at Washington says that unless the law excluding his countrymen from the United States be repealed, China will apply a like rule to Americans. A Louisville Southern train ran down a furniture car loaded with people returning from a picnic m the suburbs of Louisville. Of the 17 occupants tlnee were killed and the rest more or less severely injuied. A statement furnished by agency shows that the number of business failures .luring the past six months is 4o'J less than for the corresponding period of lfeSU The liabilities are $4,74;,"4l less. ?'. F. Ulack went up in a IkiIIoou at Ueiirdstown, III., on the 4th, intending to descend by a parachute, but tho whole thing caught lire when lie WHS neiirly a mile from the earth and he whs dashed headlong to death. The C.iV. O. train, known as the "Fast Flying Virginian," was thrown from the track opposite ronton by striking a car loaded with granite that had not been set far enough on the side Hack. Une man was killed and several otheis badly hurt. At W'eiatmdoii the body of ljiini Merli, who was helieved to have iliml in vault a hjfterie lit, was pliced in Thursday. Sutuiday the body was found completely turned in the casket and the startling discovery was made that the suppo'd dead woman had sivt-- birth to a child, which was, of course, dead. llrml-street'- 0 Mi STAND AMA ZED & WITCH US GROW. $, The enormous increase of sales in all the departments of Dry Goods, Cloth-inShoes. Hats, Carpets, Matting, cjr., mahes it absolutely imperative for us to increase, the space devoted- lo every department of our establishment. When, we came here oar friends had some doubts ot - s Jlnd our competitors had hopes of our failure. But iritli "spot fash'' for our cornerstone, sound, business principles for our guide, and with a reputation for fair and honorable dealing, we have built wisely, strongly, and, and we thought largely. But the unprecedented, business of the past twelve months has ivcn surpassed our own expectations and ire are SXJOCXSSS CRAMPED F O hare sought the best trade, offering the best goods, and avoiding dtctptiojt and fraud. Our methods and our loucash prices hava inspired, confidence and brought us a steady, continuous, increasing stream, of prosperity and our competitors have little to do but stand amazed and. watch, us grow. A'ow is the time to buy. We are disuosing of our Summer Stock at eosf and in many instances below cost. Behold these inducements: tho All our J On an ft J. J J So' Sat teens will be sold this wee:, at S' J. best, America it Sal teens which were sold at a. great bargain at .ipc will bo sold at J "('. All our French Salterns which were sold, at a sacrifice for 2jc will be sold at 20e. Call early; at these prices thyll not last long. Wg hum-bugger- y, -1-- 1 u DEATHS DOINGS. moie-sens- K ?277,--'tK),S0- elic-tion- s. be-catu- e - t 1 i .7 ,, f. i...:..mlj."el , 1 "J " 15 Hmi. Heveily Tucker, a Virginiar, Main Street, Stanford, Ky, who made his mark before and during the war in public life, dh-- in Washing ton Saturday, aged 70. t'rtcle IfK the pride of KntUfrf, Judge S. W. Hrents, a well known fell ltefoie antigo, the piido of Ureen river lawver and foimer member in the ber;dan stakes at fh.ciuo. of the Kentucky Legislature, died at his The Hrst 1ml 'f new cotton wj home in Glasgow Saturday. at Allviny Niturday from a farm Mr. James P. Spoonamore, brother occupied by iolie! tnunt-- . in lUker of the proprietor of Hale's Well, Mr. A. county, Ua. L. Spoonamore. died at his home in Gar John F. CaMi onght oi Hunn rard last week, after a protracted illness. ' 11'iriiF. UJ head of .'. year-olcattle at Ut He was born in this county and was one cents and of McA.nin.n, d Csy 10 ol of 12 brothers and MSters eight of whom same at same nri e. are still living. His wife was a daugh (iilioan A Urviit'-- . storage house for ter ot the llev. James Crow and she with hemp and machinery, at Pari- -, burned, six children is left to mourn a terrible ' entailing a los of Y0U0. with 53,000 in- los. Mr. Spoonamore was a member of ,8iirancj. it couiaineu n the.Methodist Church and a conscien- - mn,.i,m.N v tonhof hemp and various , tions christian man. nrtiis. Mrs. Aninnda Delloll, sister of Mr., ctTav bought this wek of John A. Allen, of this place, died at Inpnim .( (irnr m nair ot OKI Sou.ersut last week of consumption, with mules for $340. Wvatt Hushes sold on which she had been sorely afflicted fori Wednesdav J0 barrels of corn at the; over two years. Besides her husband,1 crib for $'22.5 per banel. Win. and Bob j she leaves three little children to suffer Baker have sold their crop of o00 a mother's loss. It was parting with of wheat to George Ogar for 7 ceit.j them that gave her, concern in the final per bushel. Wyatt Hugh, s old to same hour. As to herself she whh fully pre-- i 400 bushel at mih price Advocate. pared to meet her Maker and anxious repors Knterpri The and willing to go to Him. llev. Harvey sales of n large miin'er of lambs at o Glass of the Presbyterian church, of cent", 50 stock ewes ut ?t."i0 and the which congregation she was a member, following: Mattingly A Co. lwugbt of preached the funeral sermon, after W. B. Jaibouiulusat$l75, of 11. S. which tiie remains were interred in the Mattincly 41 atil7o;of Ben linm, of Somerset cemetery. lter-- ' Washington". 4i at ?W; "f Died, July 1st, at her home in Phila-- ' son, same county, SO at Slav Th. price; delnhirt. Mo.. Mrs. Lucv B.. wife of J. K vmiii u'l.rit "iwmi. mi i limv ru- 'inr w;tM,M bok,ht of Terrill.and daughter of Win. 1I and JimM Mary Beazley, of near Lancaster. The ,.. SnlUl flI,,u Grave, ISO how deceased was born Jan. 4th, LSol. She thri.1I10,K ,. , .... .Mivered the 1st ...,, ,,,,.. .....r ,i. . leaves a husband, three children and , . . ...x.. ...... ,,. ,. many friends to mourn lier loss, ut tin- ui uiin, in t ...,. ,,mIh ,...r.i ;, , children, one is a girl, nearly 14, and the . n,,r 0I,y ' , youngest boy is nearly three, si.e :.vi ,., I.OUHville. WOfth,roI c for many yean been in delicate health, ,lUt ,(iS ,,,.r Mi,mhmis. o." but in January last the foul monster, Ja F grippe, did its work, leaving her with She suffered but li'tle consumption. pain till near death, then she had an unwavering hand to sustain her. Ca'if-r-nia- , d ' I , THE LOUISVILLE STORE .11. S.VLINGKR, KmisiKcr. MEN'S WEAR Clothing, Shoes, j j j ; ,!, Hats.'Neekweap, Flannel Shirts, Fine Dress Shirts, COLLARS ANU ar bn-he- U I CUTS t , J'n Everything Suitable for the Season. STAGG & McROBERTS. V .;ni . , - ,',' : ,,-,n- fi. -, EY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OF t J. H.T. CHURCH AFFAIRS. , s ! -- i vol-Joh- I General-in-Chie- f; Trans-Mississip- well-writte- n, five-colum- n Francis Murphy's five months' labor in Iowa has resulted in '.'7,000 signatures to the pledge. Bev. II. Hiner, of Mt. Sterling, will dedicate the new Methodist church at ' Sweet Owen, July 13. Mr. Williams, said to be a successful evangelist, will begin a protracted meeting at the Presbyterian church on the Cd Sunday. Ilev. John Bell Gibson writes that he will be with his congregation next Sunday, w ben he will preach on "Bible Study at the Chautauqua." Tiie fourth quarterly meeting of the year will be held atthe Methodist church here next Saturday and Sunday. Presiding Elder J. Band will ollieinte. I have never used a vulgar word from this stand, and the man who uiys liar. Sam I have is a foul mouthed Jones' This verv elegant remark ought to remove all doubt. Dr. Talmage receives SI 5,000 a year from his Brooklyn congregation, f 12,500 from a firm for the advance publication of hissermons, So500 for his contribu tions to a religious journal, besides what he earns on the lecture platform aud He would from general literary work money if he traded his income for lose that of the presidentot the United States. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. PS1 BREAM ijf i iBBtaaiv GINGHAM0, OUTING FLANNELS, IF YOU AND A WANT GOOD BREAD nArrv COOK. USK Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &c, Is more complete than any time this season. CREAM FLOUR MADE BY LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS ' SEVERANCE & SON. COMPANY, i LEXINGTON, KY. OLD j MERTHBRFQRD HOTEL. lit ,l(NILI.K. K. P. W. GREEN, Iic it. tm:-cl- - - Proprietor. the b..ve Ihnnr !rucd brfmr.d tf. hdtel.'iefiUtil I am accommodate a k - Livery and Samc't- vie K and re luc puh- GooJ lt.it.ci rcai.on.iMe mt attached HIGGINS jyf'KINNEY Are headquarters for IHLLlONs- SWITCH, KY. Will Porter bouulit of Charley. a combined gelding for SI 10. Miller John Bright sold to John Johnson 37 hogs, weighingaboutt-'O-Slbs.- , Spoon-amor- e Iitaler in Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, do. Huy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no 1 i? Dry Goods, Notions. Hats, Caps Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! atoj. Tom Hal, the sire of Little Brown Jug and other famous pacing horses, died at Buford'e, Teun , aged 28. General Line of Groceries, Fancy Candid, Crci Tie, fit. All Virid cl Produce taken in exchange for j(O0d. I'tstoffict, Livmctton, Ky. tSootn, Sheet, Clothlnp, Hardware, Queenj. ware, Tinware, Furniture and a plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. do good work, or no sale. Every plow warranted to .Ask your neighbor. ,.i rt tiio 1, r,a m H' '-' ,. ' - . ifir irrtwmi 'I i'i 1" -'- - .JMB'' JL t ,(.. ..JJt . lWI "l" 1.1 " i i Min"ni ninii i lAilifiiii , LiLi.- - jliiyiiiiuiiu.i''fiM''lBpl1"1'1 fPg' 'P """" w tT f K ''.& MW Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Jii.y 8 liKFohi: buying your coal see B. K. Jelly Glasses at Wenren. Etanfoku, Ky r Ni:w Glassware and ISflO A. A. Warren's. I thousand Two hundred brick now ready for delivery, unliable. 15. K. Wearen. first-clas- s Price rea- - Mim. Mary B. Patten, of school district 40, comes back at her accusers in The school trustees of this district of the inibliu school, both ot whom will lively style and her communication appear in next isue. uy will Stanford Female College J. FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I, 1890. - - - - President. 31. IIIH2JARIJ, A. M.. - 'i cwALTON.uuN.MDnacer MEANS 1 . i.ini: of line em. dies A. A. Wnrroji's. A BUSINESS. Btrv wire screens for doors and do8 of Sine Menefee. for oods. Full value allowed. t vulil Ttr'ti liir.t.ni VimiiIu fri.tffi llllll genuine. A. K. Penny. Watuiks nnil jewelry repaired and warranted. A. It. Penny. Tiik best place to buy tinier, patent medicines and toilet articles is at A. It. Pennv'b. Buy your school books, ink, tablets, piiper. pencils and school supplies of all kinds from A. It. IVnnv. PERSONAL Mi-M POINTS. Ix.t isi: lUii.r.vihrpendingnefk at Hale'rt Well. Mim Ini.i.in Mi Houkmt" is visiting friends in .Madieou. Jin. A. .1. KHr U m( Mkhvuy this week taking lucrative-- . husMii. Matt Woman m band at Muldlealioro yettrtiT. Mt Ji-l- i IIh.kiis went to UnrroiV burg Niturly t vinit friend. Mm. J. W. mm.kt to hack from s isit t.i relative Ht lireenabnrs. W Mi.nkkkk wetti to (.!orfetewn SatuxUy to .H'inl h few days. br b Mi fr i lit n:r. a n iut!i few Mk C. ('. I'xkkihh i pending Um- - mi1i bis wife at Col. T. P. Hill's. . I'ith hM reUiraed Uy in ltliaHW. Vat Amimuk, J. of M;Mini. I liar r.. ipinirpT. i. ! Tieiting Mrs. M. Mcllob-- t Mn. T. W. HifHiiNS, of Iontovillr, is . ...una a lw iUb u'iil rnUlivex Mk. T. A. Kir, of Montftotnery, Ala., on a vis.il to hissweutbsMrt ami frinmt 1 r. in bere. J making him our representative in the legislature, and nothing short cf his own Tub 1st of July hiu come and gone M:m Jkxnir llrt.inie, ot Bloomlnston, and I would tak it as a spgdal favor if Wuitr the HutU Base Ball team from assertion that he will be a candidate will ' 111 . arnvod yestfr-ta- y to viU tho MUefe those who owe tu wuld cnll and Louisville took their positions on the convince us that he would be guilty cf Dealer in Wwy. ingratitude, to use no stronger' Please do not negbi't thi-- t sw I rteetl the hall grqnnds here on the glorious Fourth, IVoth of Wallme K. Varnoo's ehHdrvn moiiey. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. they showed up so well and were such term. a sot 01 leuows, even me lav Iwfit very ill, bot wer better Tub Istxiiiok Jowkcal.- - leave this Tmr Columbia spectator says tkat old most sanguine backers of the old reliable . morning for a five days' trip and Willi Gen. Wolfonl is cutting a new et of I.vTKiuon JofitSALs, began to feel wiiik Jim 'tiKSTitv, IWi Wbltoattd l'l Cor. Main and Somerset streets. lock boms with some of the beet ama.ter will go 011 the trip with the Ixth- - teeth. Several are already through the in the knees for tho home boys and feegmos and he can feel the others coming. ing of sympathy rather than of confi- teur base bull clubs in the country. They US. I .K Id! K.N - Salur axii Jr.ssia West, Of Scnrvey. contracted during thu ''war, dent of success went out for them. The will go directly to Mt. Sterling and there Miksince visitors were extended the courtesy ol plnv a couple of games, this afternoon HirHlM)iirg, are visitinf Mrs. Alice onused him to lose all bis morning: thence to Paris, ighlorhooil. which time be has used an artificial choice for town or country and they and I .tie. in the MrCoruiark Cynthiana, Winchester and probably I , chose the latter, (ienrge Penny was the bis Chautnuqini nots Col. Cnnd set. Having secured the services of Lexington. Manager Penny hassecured ' "At H are MIsmw Bllu mid first to bat ami a smile went over the i ink rJiys. some splendid talent and our namesakes Mt'Liis KlLi.no. Freight train ."", Dan pitcher's fare as he took his position (iatewood (.ilvuns, of Uncoln, who often to Sexton, engineer, ran doun a lot of 'Saw him out." But such was not the will, we believe, fully maintain their rep- it Paris." mules belonging to Thoinas Mcltoberts ease, for the first ball that left his hands utation as good ball players as well as I am now fully prepared to do Mi.-- . Iat.m: Caiitei:, a graduate of the and Jerry Bnscoe, near tiiveus' fetation, was sent to the remote part of left field being a team composed exclusively of l Conservatory, will no innati gentlemen. The following players will and htidly injuring b. The - killing and a "honip run" was made. Joe Km II usii teacher in Cltristian College, Huhappraisers, M. N. Depauw, A. K. Denny bry then came to the bat and made a wear the "I. J." uniform and unless' triville, next n iii .Li winiiiiinii ... r l C.un nf liri U'lIU m.. uiiurou. ivuilii iuiu mv t gootl base hit and was given second bv something verv strange happens, will re-- ) I.Lnilri lormerly of this place, iPneer might have seen the mules for balls when Shanks secured first. Kd turn bearing the pennant, both for good Mis Mattio Myers, AND ball playing antl gootl behavior, ami will down grade and he . ut H - "W Hann then follow etl the example of is on u isit to relatives of her brothermeet with a most cordial welcome from had a very heavy train. A valuation of Sipiire J. S. Murphy. Penny and Kinbry anil gave Kuibry wan plaieil on the animals dead the legion who admire the sport in this Hii S l.AUKYhai.ueoii to Mt. Vernon jSl.HN'i home and Shanks second. Walton got 'section: Bowman, Mackin, Bice, Wil- injured together. to attend Mr. J. - Vowels, who has had ' to first by a right field hit antl later on All work warranted and promptly done. son, Morrow, Nelson, Keenan, htnbry, ntoligh sHI of typhoid fever, but if o.sk of the Hum itase Ball Club, the got to second, but .Mcltoberts, IJurton Davi-oHann. Some of the above ate thought to be convalescing now. t0li),it) wUo payed the I. .IV, got drunk ami Davison were put out and the visit not Manuiril lxiys but all ot them .have Pruce, Wieting Mim Jiivxii. u ALTON amiup Hlll mUbtthaved at the Portmau House ors then took town. played with the I. J's and are signers of uith table, when Mr. W. ii. Miller asked him ami Keenan got in runs ami the first Wiiolfolk, of Danville, came that club. Kinbry and Hann Pi of. .1. F. Walton, on the Uli, and to respect the presence of ladies and let inning stood :t and upcnt the day with friends here. up on his loud and rough talk. This got in two runs antl the lluttis made NEW AKVEItTlEMENI" Pm.i. anii Mi. J. M. HriMHim left made him madder and Mr. Miller then one. The third utid fourth innings were Inst night for Pineville and from there told him lie had to behave. At this iie a couple of "goose eggs" for our boys, ' they will go to Middlcsboro and jerked up a chair and Miller drew his while the visitors got otic score L 111 Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall in the interest of the College. knife, but before they could get together the third and nothing in the fourth . The! I NA.11.K to rent an otlice since his refifth tiie I. J.k made 1 score am I tile Tlmnv. Plni riin.i. n A TAnA.tn UfntVinn rilntVi. Marshal Newiaud came to the cene ami RICHMOND, KENTUCKY Mr. L. F. Hubble has the fellow was hurtled oil'. On theprum-- I seventh they made another, giving a tocent burn-out- , Senfclon opnikSt'lit. 10, IHltO. Jewelry and Silverware. been forced to return to Lancaster until Ue of his friends to take bun in charge tal ol 7. Tho Louisville boys made nothThree Colleges. Thirteen Departments. eiectud at Middles- he was -- l put in jail, though he liould ing in the tilth, but in tlit sixth they Classical, Scientific, and muie buildings are Commercial were more successful and scored four. Courses. Expenses moderate 5180 to b'.ro. have been. M111. H. C. Wahukn was called to lJn The seventh and eighth they got naughte 5340. Attendance last session 326, from Railroad The Tns Fourth of July moonlight hop at and were winners by a score of 0 to 7. 25 states and territories (nMer yesterday to attend the bur'al of hit'lM ..lilldof Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Well vas a very brilliant occasion In justice to our cltijj we will say that F.r full information and catalogue, address Hales i. L. H. BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor 5 1? km who died of cholera iufsntnm, aged and surpassed, by far, any previous en- Wilson and Bice, the crack battery, were tertainment ever given at that popular, m.jther here and the nine was an unusu months. in .ul n n C ti I'loi. J. B. W altos and wife left Wed ' but rather secluded, health and pleasure ally weak one. ' o a The beauty antl gallantry from The afternoon game was railed at i.ebdav for Mr. Walton's old Virginia resort tx THE 5TH EXHIBITION and the surrounding country were about 4 o'clock and the lovers of the sport ex to be absent town onie, Louisa H. E "? M'veral weeks during tho hented season, there and as the merry dance was enjoj- - for miles around had gathered to see the w t' pevilion, built for the purpose, final outcome. The ladies, who are as '' Danville Advocate. 5 were Mn. H. Siiimtk, formerly of (.iarran', that innocent amusement was sanction-i- s fond of the game as 11K0 there and they seemed to put a new cashier of the Newbern, Tent), ed by older heads that tilled the low ?3 his friendi will be glad to das and other available spots, adding spirit in the home club for they plaed v. a. to know. that he is getting along tlrst- dignity to the scene. Salter's orchestra, ball for all they were worth. The . fee of three pieces, l.i.n nl,,,. sufhciently strengtn 01 tue emu iiau aiso oeen nuj.- rate 111 lils new nonie. y Ktv. 15. F. Skuwk k and wile, of Cyn good music, nnd it was just as the happy niented by (Jeorge A. Mcltoberts, and o d- - young folks were feeling a bit weary Alex Hann, of Danville, and the pros5 & thiana, and Mrs. J. B. Jones, of S. '3 namstown, who Iiuve been visiting Mi. that mine host Spoonamore announcutl pects for a winning looked extremely in fifteen minutes. Watches completely demagnetized Wllle Ileni Whit Montgomery, at Crab Orchard, are supper, which proved an exceedingly good. The visitors chose the country J S WELLS, Ph. G. Preac.Clk. B.H. DANES, Jeweler, repast. After substantially tasteful again and a new pitcher wus put in. now the guests of Mrs. Charles Dunn. W.I L. Hm iiinson, contluctoron the taking of the good things the dance was Alex Hann made a score and the visitor-- ' came in and tied with it. The second passenger train on the K. U., was in the again engaged in nnd it was past two Main Street, Opp Court.Houe, STANFORD, Ky Sunday. He found ma fore the strains of music died away and aud third innings resulted in a goose egg a few hours uy of his old friends here and, of course, the sojourners at Hales Well were given and a score for the I. Js., and a couple ot , the former for the Huttis. In the fourth bad a jolly time. Beattyville Knter- a chance to snooze. With George Mc-- j Kd Hann, Will Shanks and prise Lit Oit. When the case against Kd Mim M.wiy Kay went over to (.mrranl Brown and Kd Johnson, charged witli Robert, made runs, putting the score 3 m 1 in our She favor. The fifth our boys BIG PRE3IIIT.1I yesterday to visit friends. robbing one W. M. Bird of several hun- to teach tlie next session of the public dred dollars ami a watch, was called be- did nothing wbilo the visitors scored 1 - 'wcv bcbool at ilustonville, which insures the fore Judge Carson, Saturday, that sweet- - and the sixth gave us nnd the visitors A Suro Cure fcr all Diseases in 'SK F'T parti' .Utrand ..tjloi. uiMre patrons a line instructor for their chil- scented individual failed to show up anil' '2. Renewed energy seemed to come id n cook. Secretary ,4old reliables" in the seventh and K. dren. were discharged. There is a the who the uiuii A. Mcltoberts, Walton, Hint ni"e, Ky '.ti Mn. S. W. Parris, of Mt. Vernon, belief that the fellow nev-- ! Hann, Ueorgo for a New York antl tieo. Mcltoberts each made .. Burton 1. as been on the road er bad that much money at one time in house, was here Saturday. He tells us Ins lite and tnat tne w note ousiuess was score. The Huttis were not nsleep wien Arlslre from Impurities of tlie Blood, and that he will probably locate at Stanton, a fake. The men arrested say that if they came to bat and added three scores from Functional Derangements. which lie thinks is one of tho coming he was robbed at all it was by tho wo- to their column. Our boys got another nothing in the in the eighth ami cities on tho Kentucky Union. of KENTUCKY. man, Kllen Jones--, with whom ho was scoie A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AMD A CERTAIH ninth. Tho eighth and uintli gave two occupying the hay loft antl with whom 18 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS. eggs" to the visitors and tho game CITY AND VICINITY. during his stay "goose PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. be was very intimate the ilnish stood V2 to 7. Tho battery Ayvlrultut'til, Scientific, here. Kd Brown told the court that he at jiaiiey, uencrai iler muuhc. ;urnriiie; Stoves at Higgins McKinnoy's. IVnny, Prugut. btanlora, w Oil FcrtaieWA. K. Classical, for tho 1.J8. in the forenoon game was ( ' VaviieburC; N Ml Saicm, V I McCauy, UruRitt, Kincivillc: C C Uooch It J intended to whip the woman tor having . Milledgtvllle, Penny antl Hann School, Academic, clllcr, IlruKCl't, Artliur K Koaten, Druggiit, Commercial W It M Phirsoi), Rowland; J and Kinbry and I am agent for the Whiteley him arrested and. if he does there will be Hann W H Cumin ng. Central Mtrchandiw, Preartenyille J A Wilhamt, DniBgUt, afternoon the Hann brothers, and Military Courses of Study, CratOr hr', It Haktr, (.eneral Merchandne, Highland , MiKinney C binder and mower, the best in the world, no great row The fe,ow 1jr(, nnd for the and Kd did the work superbly. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED Alex N. Menefee. laid around here drunk for several days, J. FREE OP TUITION. Both games were good ones and ourboys Lime and Biirk. I will deliver on cars consorting with a class that showed did themselves prouu. ve utill nliiim , luKII term begins WpletMlMT lOlh.lHtW. Boknl dormitory prwMic sin iirivi iomiiin.tM at Crab Orchard, lime at '20 cts. a bushel what an onery creature he was, ami was for OUr namesakes the championship Ofllutl. Kor CatalogUH nnd entrance ciamlnatlou Fred Krueger, threatened by the marshal more than this section and are willing to pit them 1,000. and brick atS7 per JAMES K. FATTUSQII, M B. iMlHfH, Kj. ' wrtu firCmtit9$u againBt any club in these parts. mtfuil once with arrest. Crab Orchard. i.f Carlifik--, Miis.Saiah McltwAlit and daughter, ri rWUug Mr. T. I). Xew- - Rowland, wan enTeid oil the TRK 1114 SB? .U.VVMKM Hvrt. Pri-daMi, here with T unit, who Will Ha night as Mesera. W. Ill WcKinney, the ; 1 by font one who made French & O.'a Hrrue, nt'irnp1 Kunday C. C. Car?on and K. C. Walton were up through the noor. strange as it may morning Imdiy briiirl from the eflevu fiom Hale's Well, their buggy appear there ia nothing missing, though ' of aautaah up near Milwaukee, Win. was Mverturned. Mr. Walton wasthrown it is ii')t likely the rascal went to all trouble tor nothing. Mr. Hamilton to the ground and badly cut on the chin A lam ni!uor f teachers were ex ami neck, the bone of the former being that- he will ee that the next man, a bo sayAmine! 8aturly by Miss Hel- l- Bogle for several inches. He wan al- -' make- - that kind of a rail on bim, meits and Prof. K. L Ftilliain, under the sit- - laid bare otherwise with a warm reception. aperinteudent, Mi&s so hurt in the knee aud Peyton p.irvlwon of the ustnl tin. Dr.-dressed! ' K".. Il.ul. c!i It is rumored thut Hon. Eia S. the wounds and the sufferer is doing r.ill le the prohibition candidate ft r Wiil Wama( eotnes to the front fairly well, though it will be sometime county judge. W dv not it. with (iOO pvM4s of honey from 7 stands before ho can resume his duties. Mr. Mr. Uooch is cerwinlr too honorable a of bous, coniiderablr laying ovr Mr. Carson was also cut on the chin, but not man to thus fly in the face of the partv, Dndduntr's "lie record" publishi'd in severely. Mr. McKinney escaped unago by The horse and vehicle, strange to which honored him a few years v ' lr I Itobert bouts: Mr. W. II. Hansford, of tbis city, The Nashvilje American publishes an has been granted n pension. He will Kdwards, receive 5TOO back pay and I per month. interview with It is settling time and I want what of the Decatur, Chesapeake it New Oryou owe me. Taho this Jo yourself. W. A- - I may not be in Stanford more leans, which is backed by the E. T. V. & II. MdtobertH. than two or three weeks longer, I hope G., that gives some consolation to My stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry are now on exhibition. The A boy, their fonrth child, those indebted to me will make special those who wish to see the Cumberland has been added to the family of Mr. and effort to settle up during that time. My road built. He says hife road is striking stock is new, of the latest styles and of the very best quality to be found. lot on Main street is offered for sale on for this jraint and if Nashville will do Call and Mrs. lliplmnl C'.'ib. Jr. see it before buying elsewhere. All work WARRANTED to easy terms. Take a look at it. It is con- her part it wiil be built at no dUtiuu I have just sidered a bargain. give satisfaction or money refunded. It. Walton. T. To those .ranting brick: I'inc watch- - repairing a specialty. day. of brick I ever finished thvbeM kiln Tiik saloon keeper decided that disTim mistakes of the average mail clerk made iA want to sell Uiom. W. F. exceed manv fold those of the late la cretion was the better part of valor and Hwinsey. but it was reserved for one jmid the ?30 fine demanded by City Atmen ted .GO TO. M us Li i. a A. Moone. endorsed fine on tbfl Cincinnati Southern to he guilty torney Vainon, in preference to going r, is billed U) speak t of the most foolish we ever heard of. into a trial of the cases against them for fHttperanc oral th Court- - Hrniw hww on the iritbts of He returned one of our papers addressed keeping open Sundays. In justice to! to Chattanooga Teun., with "No such of- Mr. BurnHidu it is stated tnat bfs bar the Pith, i;tii and Ntb. ii fice in State named." This fellow ought was opfued against bin orders, ami that working the Will Pcvk h to quit drawing money from the govern-nn'i- ue was wining iroin toe UU to pay an t ebrek racket attain, this tinra in Xirho- he dot- - not earn aud go to school reaaonaole fine. "JZOIJEX GROCERY" Uvtltt, There tnma Utbv good deal a few years. e of Uaac Hamilton, at! The of method in noeh matinees. I'Vn.el. Vice-Preside- Faculty of Conservatory ami Normal School teachers. Kxccllcnt at his house Friday morning. We didn't swear him to the statement, but it was Boarding Department. Discipline Strict: Instruction thorough. Send really cool that day and Saturday and for Catalogue. t Tins from the Somerset Iteporter may yesterday were not so breiling not as it Oi.ii oi.ii and silver taken In exchange or may notintcrest our readers herea- bad been. win- - give .Miss Cettie Thurmond A citizen ti'lh that frost suffieien jutt received at have elected Misj Alice Stuart assistant to kill a morning glory vine showed upt principal and general satisfaction. AM READY FOR BUSINESS. ;, m ll'-ror- a j ROBT. FEJSTZEr.. Mo-e- s, a-i- n , ,. ' bn it ciiAoWAM 7T7W - .I'K store-Hous- wiFor Groceries. Fresh Glass- Queensware, ad and Fruit Jfirs, Jelly (rlasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. Car-Lo- of Kanawha Salt Just received by our lust isee. hurt. say, wero but slightly iWunaged. stil. MCABIC HABDIN j I w Hun-tiur- nt Groceries, Hardware, &c, IUm-Ii-- 1 A ' ' MR. THOS. DAI.TON OF CHICAGO, . (i. I voi-a- j 1 ... ! a 4 . . j ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK ! j , J in-la- I- ', , J j n, j ... .... A- ' R. PENNY. j DRUGS andJEWELRY LCntl'm VrSlty - j 11 IAMFBM Best , WATCfflo Watch. 1 , ' j Conrt-Hons- o, j ' I' I , P i veran-l.aiik,an- d J i ""'"' .. I .,. 11111 1 Hustonvilk Fair July 22, 23 and 2 ar J I n par-Thom- as , A-- ' ' he-cit- y W. B. MoBOBEBTS, , DR. ELLIOTT'S i j LIST. r Medicated Food, 1 I I a TCEfeMBBrcJtj',v hP-iC?. ; ! d i STATE college Enyl-nt'orln- " HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Uf t' i Xo'rwul n, t Y r BRYANT & STRATTON Business College I 'f'.7'lr,'fx'lftlJIVILLE KY. J ifl?-- -i itt'T'C11 tSBEXSB i . S' InteriorJournal ' Semi-Week- ly EUROPSAM LA30R LAWS. THE LATEST IN JEWELS. PERSONAL GOSSIP. For Sala ! A V V r 5 I' fc r & iilfi IK ( Aruhltectun Is .said to be the cho-e- u proin Fnmcv under 10 Square buckles sot with rowsof diamonds mvler 31 year and pearls are desluned for velvet throat fession of .loh 11 Howells, the son of the In the corporate limit' of Rol.nJ. novelist, who Is now a student at Harvard. G)! tomsviuj jw Cwt6awi i,tsribbons H J lARSr, Rowlatnl. Henry M. Stanley, although he has lon So Tlie nllrv.iil mlt1 of Switzerland coin-pe- l Round renaissance brooches nro holding nil railro.uls to allow at least otic holl-ilntheir own. The caliochtm rubies, sapphires considered himself 11 cIMxeV of the I'lilted 32 PKB YB.tVTt.iy ADVANCB hi oven tlirtw weolc to railroad em- - and moonstones add to their attract i cues, States, was not miturulUed until .Mn 13, C. A. BENEDICT & CO., IXS.V ployrH When not to paid S2.60 will be chined.Laiti itli A curious jK'ar shaped watch attached to lioth of the Nevada senators, Stuart and Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Children in (ieituanj between II and 16 n I'lintclilllin Iuii rixvri if miittlml ts.il LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI yenr may ik etnployetl for ten hours per enamel that opens like bitlterhVs wIiirh iws, are fond of tobauco.mul their liking TAXFORD, KY. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. for a ciuar Is real it even than fien. ilay'Jn is'iifral liniiiiifactorle. and in spin-nlnwith diiimond spots. Daily, SMite 10 Traieteri, vm'l, f.ir eleven hours. Well ilrilled to orJr aJ 1'umpt turnihJ at A magnificent hairpin is of wavini; rayed lirant s. Train leaves Rowland at 7 00 a m , returning fjictory price. Allen and IIutehhiMin, the stroke re The Italian law forbid children of either w it h a louud center in which tuoilia-mon- d at s;.to P. m THE MOST RAPID ROUTE sex to work in nianiifurtorip. or in in 1113 eye. a diamond uo-- e and diamond leetlvely of the Vale and the Harvard eitthts, were captains of rival schools years who have not uttititieil ye ir--, an-- forbids mouth indicate the sun foil's face Ever attempted between the great commercial LOCAL TIME CARD. L.&N. cine on the Ohia Rner and Chicago, and hence a o in St Paul's school. '.he same from itndori;roiind wurk when A pretty ornament for a side comb con; am the fattett time and moil camfurtable traini beti Mail train gome North.... Cardinal Manning Is in excellent physical iteptn they have not attained 10 years tween all ponitt in the South, or to the South., and sists of snmll open forms of koIiI.iseparated we'.is mil will do the Xorthret. The counterpart of thi train on all ' South... I am well prepared to hir In Austria there is a law t;overnini the by diamonds or by thive enainelitl llowers, cauditloii lor 11 man in bis KM vear In Express train .. . .mam maximum working hours for men IJy trunk line h denominated The Limited F.ipreit, manner and pr )rppih North... lie was an enthusiastic cricketer work in a his youth such as separated by .6 JO m Tao Miperb rotlmic nock we employ git en patroat Local Freight North.... may at Harrow school, Kuxl'iml. At One Dollar a Foot. I'ahmittd C.mlott bourn- SiP" this law aorman trades not work in manuSij M n n. fet Monon and slick to Mono, il mora than eleven factories at Hulicr' llerkomer, toe dlstiimuished The latter traini alo carry passengers Cntlotier wtdrrtt me at Stanford. Kentucky. A curious Indian necklace is made tip of you want ! money and hae a pteaunt jour-iL.I SMI 111 tl The above iscalculated on standard time. Solar hours ilail), not Incluriini; rest flat tablet-- , of what looks like lead colored Hritish artist, who is aliun-- t isiinlly fatime is about 30 minutes faster rur tuli mf rmtl'n, time caid. inip., folder 1, Switzerland's work day consists of eleven onyx. On thN is a floral incised oruiimeut mous as a coniM)ser of operas, an architect KltVNK MAltlMOX Hw ill n or iit.lre,- hour, and on the eve of a holiday and in sold and set wit li colored stones simulat- and a practical wood onrver, wis nt 0110 jas u. c;i KNS w.i; iRisil.T r. A . I.oui.wii., Ky. Sattmhiyi only ten hours. Htssi les this, a ing blossoms. time an Ohio lniy. J s HIKKIk.l'i P A , Chu i.., Ill B. .: & - to U cotisiderod a between w.i.-l.inday GIYENS I'rW It M KnBKKTs, Asi .Stanford Kdwnrd Il'iulnn, the oarsman, is iucon- In artistic Jewelry 11 irrtoent of white . 0 a. m tin u miner 3 a. m.) ami S p m. re ei. t...n t Is a Canili late o. of it inas-cu- t Democ-rac- y onyx with llyini; doves wiminc Karlands soiameover tn loss, 8 REAL. EST TE, theSth Distrut "'' ttothew.l. j SwitAorli'.u! prohibits entirely the em- in reli.-- f is set in narrow rim of dia- - ,v" Kll uutliil. iiresenteil to him by l,onl - ploymeiit of w.mien for niffht or Sunday moml.s. At the upm-- r wise t here is a little l victory over 1 ourt - " '" ...... at ,ln.lh,i I.. " "" .. Ik)i. lriboi. ami fiirtliormore prohibits any cluster of diamond buttertlies. C. such labor in the immediate vHnitv of Town l.oU.C.ul. Iron nd lim'r I.n i. houcht 011 the silver itus-tioSenatiir Jones' spi-ecA .suttnre cut er Mild on Cominiiii ". C Record a eyS. opemtint; motors or dangerous machinery. antiqtiu broochopal makes t!u center of au Koaltd April j, 1U1 for Auditor of the State of makes a iNimpldet of 11( KHfes. and . i Vr by surrnundliiK It with .oluit- - I to the will of the Demo, tu pa.t) In France the law fixes a day's labor at flowerimi forms in diamonds having an one of Sen Uor Evans sententv- - in his By HAROLD ..ire at ;iaad ., record 3 sK.I :md 16 nor hi the to tin. twelve hour-.- . A decree appeared, other. emer.tld pl.teed at various points of Inter- speech on the same emestion contatiis Iim j words by actual count. x dam or sooii fillowlin;, making exceptions for section. The color ufivct is lieaut iful. oland MISS t THE COMIilERCmL HOTEL Firit dan IlKI..IoNl,,rof uba, record 11 aiU Nutwood, if ij. Dr. Xussbiiini, the famous JIuulili pro-- I "f " mini) diiVereut manufactories and allow Some b.irlwiric dajrsers for the hair are for reelection to t" 1 dam Vouh Is a Candidate-- r rnmmnn Schools. Election first int; laltor."1 lu same to work thirteen to I'oriia, Manager. resigned. The rip, J. II tiWEXs, T....i amom; the newest pieces of jewel) . They fessiir of sarjery. has lam of Voltaire 1 ta .ire ol llea.emer t iMJ fourteen limits dally. severely, left him Monday m August next are of yellow sold with taty but appro- frbin wiiuit Cure Im of I'oitKM t .ear ol Minnesota t 7f, J In France, for children lietween 12 and priate gold beaters' work, anil in the gold almost blind and partly paralysed. A libtam ot Hymen. it. old 1 17. Dam of Childe liarolu, 11 years of aje the law realnte the work-in- c l eral in'ndon has lieen ?aiilel to him record in Engaivuuk!arj;e)ellow top.ues.ruliy spinellos V. I hae land j 04 taken charge at thi. popular hole! hours by wlueatiou Those of that The late .Ionian II. Noble was known and nilind to run it in arlrit manner in eer rand dim olConnauiht nrcol Cloamurca JvW) the a 1:0 with stiiiU'ieut elementary educHtion and lxTyls. It a Candidate to represent Lmcaln county In hem i papered anJ One of the most lnoiutiful neel.rces is; throitj!ioit t IK ajuth as "The Drummer ppei I It i. the hsHl.Iin,; i heinii painitsl from Ily(rand dam Iat Yuba ?V, Constitutional Com ention M AMUR NO CMIKF7ire ! Ladr Thome r'n ated and mil) work twelve hours per day, those composed of two rows of diamonds Hoy of CliahiK'tte." He was Uirn in 17'.5 tup to Imtmni, . anfoit-alset in ! plea. record ittf make with not, six hours per tiny. of slao parents, and mtvci! as a driunuier nerTttiiti! done THetail- -it.hall ant aid .urDntt-e- d L'lllil. fmni wlili'b swill" line L'nlil elinln .e for 1 Dam l'ortia. hr RoKHtCK. III SiviizTlmid Sunday labor is prohibit I ri,.mu in ulterinite .s, M. J M. KW'KNS b hole!. n thi. aeilun .. ...! under Jackson nt thi battle of New Or 4 Damb WIIll'P. ! ed. but 'Ik biindeirath makes exteptions short from eneli of which depends n pale loans. 1 he above reioi.l 11 no mea.ure ol hi. epeed, Jailer parly Is the nominee of the Republican supporttorat the for those ivsiablishnients that must lie in we iect him toco under to thu Kail. ItoliertJ. IVmberton, known u the tnsnt blue sapphire of Casey County and ask. your A ZOO wilt make Ike eaaon on the larm ufW operation continuously; but even in theso August election. A very line necklace is mnde up of eo est tmmbler tlmt Kentucky ever product!, s Hume.V li.. Silver Cre.k. K..l milei from establishment each lalwrer must havu tional pieces hieh Is a large recently diel at Louisville at the at of TI RKhmond on the Lanrailrr turnpike. in earlt of ever other Sun Jay free at least. pearl surrounded by iliMiuouds; in the pend- years. O.tt-- on a steattilmut trip from A. S. In German) Sunday work Is nit only ants and clasps are searatiH.'tirlsof such Imlsvllle to New Orlwiiis lie won f kliol '.r. l ! Vm.iiinj ! the taraeiitrr ' SUKOEON DEMIST. forbidden, but the muimfiictutvr cinuot size and purity that any one of them would ct draw Hi'..tT. r.slwiil he held A llusl'intili. Man nturupi-IS I t ,r (ir..n alll nliinill. --k . on H.,l nl 'eel colt, art . nminif two j ear ol 1 compel the laborer to work on Sundays or be a coveted object. W B. McRoberts 11 elected Col. Joe ell el, wlwi has bit to .ittlii. , I Office on Main street, oxer W I n .is. t Irtim ni. per 4 ii - !.- - at Satur la 'i ' Drugstore, Manfcrd. hollda). Therefore, a contnu-- to do Sunt tli-h ' The most intuition adaptation of jew- the tit) council of SpringlHd, O . is a a I'reti erttaii.tll.ia I iD'" fi.nm Ukf lm n ji re.p.m.ih.e li'l day work t. void, and a lakirer cm not lw elry to ditlervnt ends is a br.uclet com midget. Ilv. i shorter than (ten Tun 1 " T s IU K VM C'i discharged forivfiisint; todoSuud i.v work. posed of - lighter lie uiiiueroua strands of line gold Thumb and foiirtevu poundA luw in Huut?ury forbids the employ-i.ien- t Hid chtsprd titb diamonds, rtihkis and i, .10 ye.trs of iiRti, welfrhs tVi pounds ami Is C. MORGAN, D. D. S. R. , of I'bil.iren under 10 years in manu- wliL'h can be convert ..nl into a nuok-lai- 4J inclios Itltli tuetories, and allows t hose botw . -- i 10 and ()lier WVmlell Holmes Ilrus In Iimwh witlt tlu' il.isp a n pi'iiilaiit. DENTIST. 12 yea's only by special permission of the stone lions on IJumii stre't. It ist in f House, JL-MTiny t ..i.i,ti wirrlnss lire .tffectel by nHHHUHnlllllVlnlHHKfL F D Hf Office on Mam street, opposite Portman trades authorities, and win. a tl'e l.tltor of. Sj:, V Veii'n le.t Tram. l. Small union ..tones set tvar wind ws i:nd theIs house overli)v upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Uas juen for painless would not hit jTiore with their attvndknce younvr w. it C'hnrl.'' riv.T. here that the k ' tliimiomle.i.1' uith tiny nibie-- , ttnitutls extracting vnford KENTUCKV. at school. or diamotiils jirr wont. S,ih'Miium two baa his sf.ul), entirely remois from Baltimore), Now York, In mines and iiiarrles in France, whero tiny stones only are used, such w tur- - sllu j ami sounds. there is underground work, Ikv-- under 12 rjuolse and diamond, ruby ami diamond. j The late J. J. AIcElhoie. steiKi.-rHiihe- r V f all S lu! - I a. Onlv 01 .utl.ea.l .nt Irani Leim2t.'na I years and girls and women ol any are Jewelers Circular. r nibl th national house ot V. B. itnes. 12 and Hovs betw.-ei- i forbhlden to worl.. ted ii.ie t r.l in IHctt Ian tj, i.f report oiual I) wll w.'.i either luind, aul lOyear.-- i miyouly wai underground eit;ht U in Hie hoe.. Daily r'a.t.Mail I in taking a lout; FOREIGN GOSSIP. hours per d.i). at lit;lit worl; with only au would fivijuently slilft iie ik'Ii d from mi sr ions r a. t ra.l. Accon ti,.u HUSTONVILLE, KY. hour s re-- t. haild 1 1 tlm oth' r without interrilJHiii his Ktprewi. I. Otfice South side Mam street, in ortice recently Sun V.x Sua ,, Moscow hus a society for tbe endowment speed vacated by. Dr. L F Hiitfuisn. Stiniord, Ky In .rem Itritaiii the keep nj; of Sunday Slantord ay am i ) n'r 11 n n i f M h do a any Lire Leung' n Are Milltn the bu.inewi an. I " 1tf.I1 hnlv Jnj niibii ti t,iiimiii tii tr. viitil u it fii iii.tiitu - . itit.i.u iv S i'i pm 11 4 am Mr. C A. Eastman, the 011u1; Sioux thiBit 111 the t'ndertm)f hm. tei u fun uwt( j pr" " Winebe.ter iki pm u 4 pm 0 40 jim' ar.d Rubei neHsnry lo make other laws. For the Li Tho Kver.u,'" jmyof oonstablu.sin Kiit'lnnd cbk"f, who srndnatod nt the IViton loc of Cae. and C.te.! "f all kiiia-1.- h 1. nearly " K. U. Jun.li .n. w ' only SlVi a ywir. .le.npiion of ct-rjhar.. protected persons w(men and children Uni er..ty College of .Medicine Mt Merlin 7 ,o pm J ini II. Mr newrcanlie .'Hauled an hor noli-Mnrehea.l Turkish vtiatfcievrs .say that tba Wer Eu- watt a very valuable ituiii in th ItMitliHll (Jrcen h working in niaiiufactorlus tliey have, be- tJ pm li,pn a JI" 7) 10 PB 'ume an harcI' l,rneeding aiittiuoicwill1" thow " inive Hill . oiTice to my residence, oppo ' I have removed my our phrates mljiht lie nmde navigable 1 Iw year and cine rusliiw of his celled. Int which 'it (o.d. to any one ti P at all slde tue Sundays and regular holidays. " A.hlami 10 jo pm i 1$ pm College. here I "ihf-nsite Femal " round by au oxpondltun.Aif only 9100,0110. oif;ht half holidays p?r year. he entered with all the lire ami oourue of Inr " Ciiteli.fc.urK. o pm " 41 pm times. " HuHiiniton 11 or p o at urn Kighty-si- x di'slpns in competition have his race. The Iluiiari.in working hours are llxed l ie n,iatin;ta 11 M ami bv the trades authorities at eiht hours for been submitted for the ureal iron tower in Eobcrt Eoui Stovenson Is sochnrmtd . F ATWIJOD Mr v.narieioa JJ am J.J.ALLEN flifton Faftr. children of li to U yoars; ten hours for London, which is to surpass that of the with his bautiful SiiiuOvtu home, with its 1 3 " , . .. am n. hbur 1 liildtvti of to 10 years. Xiht and Sun-- ! Eiffel in Paris. iU r.i,"rfalN. that when he reaches Eim ' t Wlotieaville ia o am,.. day work is forbidden, ns are also those " Waihingtou The centenary of the dahlia in Kmnec land he will sell his household elTects.umil 1 d pm jT mnnnnnnnVl lnnnnrV f " llaltimotn iudtistrie.s ilaniaToiis to health or limbs. was recently celebraKsl at a teat hertntf lu u;i bis itiTiur. in Scotland. ail iviurn to , pm nnttnnnk s " I'luladelphi... permission. sjvifi of his Ivlstenie tuuli-- i except by Paris nt whirh admirers the llower were complete th " Sew Vorl. v ,0 pm! the ssiiit hern sun. In the textile industries of Hungary the present from many countries in Europe. " Km htuond a. City, " OilPjintComlort lalnritm hours fur women and children It Is proposed to found clntirs in Xupleij The late DarJd J. llaker. of IV) den. ' .Norfolk JAS (1 (5I KXS. wtwwn it aui is year, areiromstx to ttII,i other Italian universities In swport N. V.,sasli.iyi.nrs of ageitud uiMhnil'ie.1!) WM.AYRES seven hours in t:ie moniliu; ami from .six towns for the purpose of H'NN'ial in- - the oldest Freemason in thel'iilted fs ,i'ts liam leann '.e.mgi.ji at 11 ,0 am and J.o p vi .!.il. e. rpi Sundav to.seven nouis in tne anernoou, wuu two st met Ion to uiedii.il men who tnku charge He was initiated as a master mason U i.m at Wirehaa & irrfr ki. nm.in.i. I.y and cmk on the K C R. pinii. hours' rv..--t for muals, making altogether of ships. Sylvan hxltre of .Moravin, Mar.h 12, lsi K r r ten working hours per day. Attorneys at Law, I mi I'd Ve.ti ,1c I tr,4,i NewYofk.l'hiladel-1- ' The royal mint of England coiupd in lssi linker nnil Ills wire Hail It veil I a.hm.-otiatti- t all p.mt. rUal, at In Switzerland children are prohibited the largest iaaulity of silver ever issued in fifty year. in the house iu'which lie I - p m daily stanfoed arniet w. - - Louisville, Ky. 1. niljn ui 4 p 327 Fifth St., from bejtinniiiK work until the completion a voar. the iotel value beini? JI.T.W.140. Dr. Heiiirlch Sclillemauii Is a uiem'i. ' hat ,nail f.,.. Ki. hmond. Va., and ti J;patnta all or their 14IU .war. r rom l.i to the enil o' fi,,. mnt uu!i a profit alwvo expeus.s of the Grocers' company of l,miilii. iJ.-.- r II uilitut.u. W M a. andail Will .tatioaaar-- r iree Hiuldin Cn I exinsion al 11 ,0 novo daily ikcept Sun-- a their likh year they may be onipliyed, but j j ojotKuj. np he unearthed ancient Troy and du 101 yr sianfofiJ 11 j. p m the thai, hicltiduiL; school or rviuioiis in- - ' The last tneuiljur of Xateon "(Jrtnd Agiimetuuntr.s tomb at Myuuuie the itr A qmmodatf'.n Irwi Olivet I ill and intermediat whioh they may at the s tine time stniction presaible excavator sold hurrliiU' ami but it. Richmond, Ki , and Miut. un thr K C l in an asylum at He, 410, Kv ain.p. at I.riiniton m, a K daily, and milk former 11 w )ms m le takiiiLT, must not exceed eleven hours Army" It:li,:'i uaniotl Eino, Imni in Italy. 0 ITS;"., He is an tpt mlaV stanl ,f1 u p dail). little shop in 'jnT4P,'mnnPi V'" lie Mjr- - 11 leu re,i read .14 N. N A M 1 1 Trainer and Handier uf i?vl and livls prooably the inily aurvivur of a cfikxt'm clerk. Furstnber, wli.'it he was ISmnlat 335 a lo . I l Italian children between ( and 15 may Jena mid Friedlniul. I II MuKsi.i.. p r, t'ii .Mnrpuy. who rwle Mland Saddle Horses and onlv work at the various t miles when they j f m ,ai, Harness L . ,,,, ...I.. ..I.. ai.,1 . i.i 11 rv M....a. ., ,i, i, .... , s .. u physician's certificate showing brin . n ii in it; !&,-&- . .. ,!,.& innu ..." !.. .1.. ..!.. I.. I' , dealer in Fancy Roadsters. c. via ' yM,"Rc,,i"r t ,:,"-I -r them ili..u,,illy catmbleof the labor and , .. . . in t!i. ll ! ., ...... ...11 .. .pit, h ' lulls ill tnrt'i ui (irni rv luui.uiki. nviii. iiy ill per i t 1. Horses bought and Mldomi ery sm ljuine. cent. the speUllyd (rude to be their choice. In market, and for every 1,000 bead of i.... ' lioit!eliiill of Mr. Hun ,. 11 '1 , . . .. , the I'itteeil ear.' rxpeneme Ills lie, unhealthy or duiifaToiis work children ,..! l,.,..lw ttv.l. .....1 ,. ....... nr:T 11c 11111 - f v.iwi' illBiwn, C. I hANDIDliE, .Stanford. Ky. f st ite under 1. will have to obtain the royal per-and owiisalmut auJLOOiw.irtlinr 1. mis-ioHis sil.irv tun rider for J. H Hi :xiii. Sal In I' rl.K "JUatJTK CrKArfS ItUL'TJi!." j.s4iw-- i uojxau liavlnj; chare of the The MHSwfc ?.;. Fran e prohibit!) the cmplo.Miieut of elill-- ' SpanishcommitteeIn lM2iu houorwf Coluin-- 1 vntor'n owner, i suited at l."i,oi ji yeai. festivals Tho Shortcut unci Quickotit Koutu from dren ii.:.lir 12 in factories, but makes e.- - bus has resolved U erect luontimeuls in SttK Contra! Kentucky to till potnta North. 7?." ceition in fiv.r of tlie toxti'c, 1,'l.iss and' Kubiila, Bnrceloiiu, Suinuuiuca, Yulladolid QUEER ANO CURIOUS. ,. ., . :, siiy EtVMt, Wont iind South-Wo. Flint iwpvr fuitari-.- , but expressly slates that, and Granada, all of them cities in which ' Unubotwuon LuxltiKton una Clnclu- every advautime uiitsl be allowed tho chil-- 1 I .ib In the am nnt lived. On wry natl. droit to visit school, and said children are Columbus The bcstconil grounds, yielding the most eeuiefer, it l.e .itiytnu. ICy..lu the Ik employed more than ten hours not to Stlll.Dt'LK IX KFFICTMAi n, ,,,, SW,4iWmwscli 1:1 U:- 1. ill I of Htie tiltM' 01 To ( tir r and bent red coral, are still those 011 the. inscnot: i P . daMv. St. Iiuls x o 1. Xn. Xo fi 1ir mm . pa'i '., ' 1. ' Algerian coa.--t, llsliod for that purposoj Uotttt l.p J n Icy." K Sua. """ M-'.a J itn John M Ivwoml, of from the middle of the Sixteenth century, E, Sun. Daily. THE TURF. ici."i i n ffe.sii ot u- the others beinj; the coasts of Sicily, Cors- h.- u r.ir.' m! 8 00 p in' 10 a M pm. . t I.veCim inrMU . t ica4, Sardinia, Spain, the Iiuhxiric Isles It lis a litrle l.inb r ich walks on am I of p ini a 4S P m Donovan, the wiunerof hist aiv's Derby, and Provence. "l&V-ClrvVlSSl.3t tiM'.cbn ; fiet ouh.l's liiiel LveFalmoulh... 044 a mj v 17 i m 4 W p re US C-r y 11 IO a mho ti t ml 5(OP has brol.eu.down while in prepKi.ttioii for, ..OX? Arr I'an little .11 111! Oltn one of the iniiiinl. Ii isiiit,fit liv.-lPhonography h fast ", p the Ascot gold cup. Ji P t!iirf tlr ll.kc''. hi a s liVi SXi and follows standard brnnches of education in a mi &' 1 Salina, thailam of Salvator, when 11 the llelu made, though b xi p m m . From returns a Arr Wmche.ter... 11 ,1 p rV ; ' UliTli'.i 1st' l!'C , , won at mile hcits it! 1:17' and' year-ol- d I .10 11 rat t.i ' 7 J P E A,r It.chmond. P m ... t'so ': littk'chicke:-- wtiUtl, tlUU' it appears that in the iittarJ M --Sf. 1. ,.itT CONV bo.l.c j 4 55 . 4 ii iiin 1.., Arr Lanca.ier l:4h, and at a mile and u half in 11 ... : nan ami nn:ri .ur. , w iu umv ter ot isyu tlie teaciiersot piionm-ntpi' 0 Arr Manford. u, i HurlinKtou, Hom:li Uros.' fniinian . f,ei- - ilottle. (.,( ft- - . under instruction in the whoL of Gieat by hius'.-- h.u s, i:tf-- 4t I ve Richmond SS l m;.. Twenty milei the Mum t t old,' is troubled with a sore heel. After the .Nort.i I'latnil 1.1, . .1. ,Uj .,-- . females. Arr Ilerea J I' m .. n . P m race for the Thiol sta'.:e it bled fre y. $ i.i Arr l.mncton. its bill i. rolKM bi-' V."Z.V7- eopsrr.oi'..ip:i V' V? S i Ji 4jl i .iwMtn tbeey.s Tite iw.r hi.. i .. .- ...M,"ST.iOUISMO. ;.f.SMITHiCO v. Pierre Lorillard will buy racing stocH ARMY RIFLES. NATIONAL l. No. s. Xo. 1. and perfect. Portland's stud Making dirntconnecti'in. in Central Union dc '0.3. I from the Diiki of he is not to nice inunder for '. Engt-A Iviilin !2ru!iml'i '.' tho condition that pr." -- el St. Lout., Michigan iotPoint., Chicago, The I.elK-- ritle Ms used by France and S ru a m l,ve Livingston I I a.. land. i.u.ir., 4, ..ii a 5 a in Russia; caliber, .31 inch; mtuzle velocity, to have nuirtied llulialo, I.i e Ilerea Cleveland. Detroit, . wive.. These iuclude.1 m . . --. Arr Richmond.... 11 45 a in Indianapolis and the Writ, At t ho spring trotting meet in t,' at Vienna, 1,700 feet per second. . .1 tersainl ci'ht iIuu.U'.j. 01 New F.nglalid, Canada, I.ve Stanford . . 7 00 a in Austria, 011 May 11, the American bred The SpriiiKfleld rilleis used by the United Lie Lancaster . 7 4$ a in in tiny horse Judge Davis, 2:1S4', won the Austria States; weight, 0 pounds, 4 ounces; rallber, mill, and they vuile.. in 10 o.) a m Arr Richmond. v : ;ct years to to three mu.itas, tne handicap, worth (VifiO to the winner. .4"lnch;powder,70jraiiis; bullet,500j;ralns. 10 p in 6 10 a in Lie Richmond. bride being brought In o!i a bni- - pl.ne. I'lnladelphia, lialtimure, Waihilislon, a 00 p m 1 Arr Winchester The gold medals offered by the Russian The Lee ritle Is used by Great Britain; '5 Qincke. t time 10 Harrodihur;:, Frankfort, Ky. Willi 1111 Mirtiu has a curioi:y Li the Arr Paris 40 p in 7 48 a in government to the breeder of niiy Amcrl-.111- 1 caliber, .150 inch; powder, 70 grains; bullet, Shrteat and Kithmotid, VIKC.INIA - at his home iu CONSUMPTION Lve l.exiugton a 05 p in 7 00 a 111 3 45 Kitn (Juickeit line to Hiissiati 217 grains; ninzIu velocity, 1,700 feet jwr shape of a goslimhorse that could beat their Pm a $0 p in I.e Paris P. 'i lu township, near Ttiukliuunn.-!.- , 5J a in 4 ai p m horses in long distance trotting have been second. SCROFULA I.ve Falmouth... 4 la p m 9 IJ a in 5 16 p c little "far.u bird" has iwo feet, b.u .ne 01 Due, of Luverue, Arr Covington. 5 40 P m 10 33 a b 10 p m BRONCHITIS received by Col. Jay The Mauullcher rifle is used by Austria; them is a perfect chicken's foot, tlient'.iet Arr Cincinnati 5 so p in 10 ts a m 6 33 p m Miuu. caliber, .ill in h', powder, 02 grains; bullet, is a natural "weii" foot, anil when pbned COUCKS Solid Tr.iini, luKsaSi cam, smukinir car and Trains No. 11 and 14 run Sundiy only between -1, ...:... It is a pretty sluht nearly every morning ...,. withi. r . iu the water it goes nrouuH imicli liken conhc. Pullman Uoudoir Sleeper, thruiishMerid- Cincinnati and Lexington, leaving Cincinnati at COLDS Coney Island to watcn the fifty or sixty hec01i out change via Cliattan oa, llirminirham, at 811 in ,and arris iug at Lexington top. at n 111. L,c Wasting Diseases thorouglibreds standing in the ocean surf ian makirie direct ccinneiiioini n loute for Knox, t.etingtiin .it j 40 p. m. and arrive at Cincinnati at The Hebler rifle U used by Switzerland, ville, Aihevillc, Lynchburjrand vuuu in the 3 35 P. m. 1 he salt water appears to for their health. CAPACITY OF BOXES. Inch; powder, (1j grains; bullet On theMayswlIc Hrancli, Xo 9. leaves Paris at Wonderful Flesh net as it balm to the nfllicted and au itivig-orato- r caliber, .30 muzzle, velocity, 1,7.71 feet v:c 8 00, a in and Xo. 11, at 270 grains; m, arriving 545. to the healthy bang talis. ouo pound Maysvilleat 10 js.arn, and 8 10, p m. No. at Many have gained A lxi b itiches Htpiare and S2-- luche.x second. ie leaies.MayswIle at 5.13 a m, arnvinj at Pans at James Galway took occasion to congratuAt ChatianooKii for Atlanta, Coliimbu, Wilminc per day by its use. used by Italy; weight, deep will contain one peck. Augu.ta, Macon, Savnnnan, 74"iam. No. u leaves Maysville at 130 and ton, Charle.ton, late little Fred Taral on the masterly mini-ue- r 10The Yetterll rilleis cnlilier, .41 inch; powA box 4 inches sipiare and 4 I ft Inches llrun.wick, Lake City Thuinaaville a.id FI.OHI-I)- arrive at Pari, at 4 15, p i. These trains arr pounds, b ounces; Scott's Emulsion is not a secret in which ho piloted Castaway II to daily except Sunday. M12 grains; miuzle deeji will contain one ijuart. puinu. remedy. It contains tlio stimulatXo. runs dally from Lvaiugton to Cincinnati Sheepshead Hay. It, is a rare der, 55 grains; bullet, victory at The only line riininnif .olid Ir.iini with choi'e velocity, 1,427 feet per second. No 43 leaics Lexington 1000 am; arrives Paris A Ijov ltl inches sipiare and S inches Pullman Itoiidoir or Palace SUvpinif Car to of tho Hypophos-Ehite- s thing for the master of Pieakncssto ing properties 10 tj im; except Sunday without change lor any class of panen The Mauser rifle is used in Germany; deep will contain ouu bushel. a jockey, and It wn therefore most Xo 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 10 pm; arrives Falmouth and puro Xorwogiau Cod or hagsauc. Montgomery, Hunt.ville, Decatur, 710 pm: except Sunday. of both fully appreciated by tho deserving young weight, 10 pounds, 2 ounces; culilicr, .4! xA Ixix 8 inches long by 8 inches wide Bern Selma and Oil, tho potency Xo. 7 leaie Falmouth 6 00 am; arrives Cincin. inch; ponder, 77 grains; bullet, ilNl grains; ami I inches deep will contain one gallon. Florence. Memplu.nnd AltKAX.SAS poinu. is used rider. being largol v increased. velocity, 1,110 feet per second. Shoite.t and iiiitket to Annuton Selinu, Mo- n.tti7$5 am; except Sunday. A Imix2I inches long by K! inches wide bile Direct connection! made at KHW ORTrain Xotei. Xo. t runs daily between Lexini. A pair of equine characters running in muzzle by PbyHieiaiis all over tho world. rifle Is used by and 2s lurlie deep will contain live bush- LEANS without omnibii. tranifi-- for Calveslen, ton and Cincinnati. No ) runs daily betweeo The Pealiody-Maitliithe east are Tom Boy and Maj. Daly. They Cincinnati and Lexington. Ilouttoli, Aiittin, are both great big, lumbering, limy fellows, Turkey; weight, 9 pounds 0 ouuces;culiber, els. N'os 2 mid 6 make connection PALATABLE AS MILK. at .45 inch; powder, 70 grains; bullet, "170 and wheu a race is on they don't appear to lorpoial.ontheX. X A M. V. Ky Wmche.tei A box S inches long by 4 Inches wide TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. all Druuutsts, Sold 1,400 feet per secI M PORTA XT -- Trainsol take much interest in the proceedings. grains; muzzle velocity, line now arrive 4 inches deep will contain one half and thi. at and depart from the Central Union Pasiemrcr COTT & BOWNE, Chbmlsts, N.Y. They tan run, though, when they get the ond. The only through line to Jnck.nn and gallon. Cincinnati, making connections for all Mm. . bhreveport La., makiiie dirnt connection, Station North, I idea Into their heads that that is the proer .Remington rifle is used by Spain The Kat and West inches wide A box Hi inches long by 8 omnibus transfer lor Dallas Fort Worth points and Denmark; weight, 0 pounds; calilcr, and 8 Inches deep will contain one half without San Aiitonin, El I'ato and polntsiu thing to no. Through tickets and baggage checked to any Austin, destination reached by a railroad. .45 inch; powder, 70 grains; bullet, 3S0 bushel. "SuHjiper" Garrison's temper usually For full partteul irs addre.s any agent ol the Co. TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. in erratic violence as the season graius; muzzle velocity, l.tUD feet per sec2:1 inches lonj; A Ikix II Indies wide, ForLOBrorFAILI NO XAHfUOD; wears on. "Snapper" offers the following ond. iMnlftadliSKvu IUS SEBIllTf For through ratrs correct county maji and full W. L MUXSOS'.Trav Pais. Agt . Cincinnati and 10 inches deep will coiitulii one mill S. F. II. MORSE, Uen'l aknua of Sody and Kind, Effect! explanation: "This work of perpetual starThe Jarumiin rifle is used by Sweden and ouc-hid- f information call on Auentat Junction City, Ky., A " bushels. riorXZMMt ww Old or Xoanj, UtAXK V. WOOLLEV, . raddre vation and training Is enough to make any Norway; weight, 10 pounds 1 ounces; calI'lncmnaii, u. .... in v.i.rv . K.Mut, II. K MUX II.NOrON, Airt-- , Lexinutnn. Kv. Ttav. Pass. A Ikix 21 Int lies long by 10' Inches wl''e and Gen'I I do is to starve myself iber, .39 inch; powder, 77 grains; bullet, ar.KTKUFMDf. man a crank. All tf D. O. EDWARDS, C.C. HARVEY jiianager, T. Mll la (J P. . and listen to the advice or shoemakers grains; muzzle velocity, l,.VM f.et per sec-- . and 14 lucliL'idedp'vlll contain two and A., Hrw. nniffiit, Mmlttjtnm ., (StaUt n4 OCXKRAL OFFICES bushels. iMMrl.IlM Cincinnati, O u.U.aM. r(.iuUf4(wU4)rn. about riding a horse." 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