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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890071101 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. -- J1" Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, JULY n. 11. 1890. THE F. NO. 38 m L 7J The contest was a uiOHt interesting one McKINNEY. OANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. and the nominution elves penerul The colored Odd I'elkiw.i would not Mifw Mary Nnjjleton and Mary Tlicif aro about 40 UMts nt 0. O. Hut the tuj of war Is yet to bo outdone and had their march here on .MajroHin.of Lexinyton, aie vinitirm at prinirs. come, wlion the republieaiiH name their Di. I). C. Tiicker'a. Miss Mamie Dunn the 4th. Tlie remains of Mrs. Artliiou Hup man, which, rumor (mx, they are Koiiitf I Crow olleis a special piemium U attending the Chautauqua this week. were J. Uiu. who tliftl in Knox county, to do. aiul Inter jofO. divided, for the be.t three colts. Wev. K. II. i'earce anil family have jrone brought la-r- Tiimluy the p-- t of Heluiont Chief, to be sliown to Cumberland lulls to spend the Mim- tel, Wt'tliiemluy, hi theoKI c.iiiruli-vard- . DEATHS' DOINGS ' the second day of the Himtonvltlu Fair. nier. . Mid formerly resided here and was well Prof. W. F. Xllea. of this county, Tlie.f ifl , hUveral lectuieH by The census just taken shows t).in- known ny olil lesiileuterjs Mif was the death of wt, William;,, of KutaellvilU', 1'rof. ville's popuh.tion to be about 1.500: 10 about 70 years old. bin Mra' llimrv KvilllH. of KaiWllM CltV. ... excellent t wife hut week. She tiled Uucker, of Ueuru'etown, itml Itev. . Hunt, years niro it was :;,r0tl. To " casual ob- . .. . ....... I., ..r "".? i.m..iii toiismiiiuinii, auer a ut I.t.xinton. delivered at the H.iptist servtr UanvllleN not irrowinjr much, but Mrs. lilleiKJilmorean.l Mrs. J. O. hv ,0IIK "lie fMM. trltl of ei!it,.t.lUM. in the hiteirttuf Chiwliau win- - she'd steadily movintr up and stretchim: mis nnd family, of Danville. Mr. J. (. her. Mrs. Niles was a member ration, on the l'4:b and '.Vub, mention of out and will still lend manv of 3lc.Mii.tvr. of Texas, and Mrs. .lennle oiu sister o( t,IB church at Double .spring w,iuh will be ma.le later on. (iilmore and dauKhter, Mis, Nannie, of townj. very devout christian. It is icpoited tliat the tiusteeh huvo' The hurdles ..f town have acted Somerset, were the euestH of Mrs. J. H. a' " ' tne newsot theUt-athAnnuel A. temleietl the public school at this piaco wjbely in aereeiuu' to hold union servic IIutchiiiL'sthlN wifk. Messrs. Frank Dilllon anl Wanl 7ml- Ualton will cause deep reyrot eveiy to .Mids bydia Lewis for the eusuiuv 0s sJunduy nhjhts durini? the summer, Ifr have v'one to the fernv nylons of wnere lie was known, for ho wasa whole term, but on account of the trouble The people that attend now each church A crr.M ol t .ne Hn'.tn of ot j,,.,. 0ne jjocxl congregation, Hockcastle to prospect for snail shells, soulwl, generous fellow, who drew to which existed in the subscription school w r II trt nn.t ReIfiMtiinj; '"" "II with whom he came in contact. last fall, she deemed it her duty to the The fit At services will be held at the portin A ii j 17, iJu elephant tusks and mole skins and other "verbs" native to that locality. They The sad event occurred Tuusday, at patrons that she decline. We sincerely christian church Sunday nij;ht by Jtev. went well prepaieil with nets, seins. has- - Asheville, N. C, ami was cuused by ty- - hope that the tiustecs will appoint no Alexander, of the Methodist church, Sale---Srjc- k Roaidenco -- The democratic candidates for conn-t- For nnil "iedicules"in wldch I'hobl fevoi. llvhad oni to that sec- one who took pait in the disgraceful' kets. find the iou from Washington to look after the w ranle, last fall, but will select some .y ollices are a little exercised over the Inwhuh now Inc. west Mam nit-sbrln home their seclmeus, and In , biKinex blfxk knuwn .ithe Ow.li- titles oi a larne land purchase, when the' one who will be acceptable to iiotn lac- - lepoit that the republicans have put out it dVSI.E Stanford Conn Viuare, J addition to these the latter bad the benlieorne D. Hattertou for assesior and eliction of his best irl Ikuiu1 round his terrible disease attacked him. Ills phy- - tions and theieby unite tlte district, K. . I. Tanner and wife left Wedues- Mills for jailer. The democrats have brown iii u I'luiriii against the attack of ' b lei an telegraphed for bis brother. Col. r serpents Iook out for tiit-l- t Matt Walton, of Lexington, untl ho and day for Uussell Spring to spend a few a vood ticket in the field and if they do eiiomous his wife went at once to Ids bedside. Ad-- , weeks. Mis. Frank Trivet, of not win it will be through nejjlhieuce in return. physicians were employed and ton, is visiting her father, James H RICHMOND, KENTUCKY Koinx to tlio polls aud casting their Mis. Mary (iarmtt atnl Mis. D. IO, 1M!)0. Sen'.lilll eiifllM-it- . toanest the ravages of eity. I'rof. W. F. N'iles, who taught the votes. while out ri'liu a few even-iu:J'hecoloreil people aie having a biu Three College. Thirteen Departments. an accident which the disease without avail. His remains' ub notion school here last fall aud ito, met with tame near resulting disastrously. The were taken to .Mason county, where his then went to Indiana with his wife, wtio time this week. The Cirand Lodge F. tl.tssic.il. Scientific, and commercial C )urjcs. Lxpen.iei moderate fiSo to kin; bolt, or some part of the coupling father lives, for interment. For several had consumption, is back again, after .v. A. Y. M. is holding its 'SM annual 5.40. Attctul.inre last se3ion 36. fiom years Mr. Walton practiced law lu Lan- -' laying her to rest beneath the sod. It. session. The meeting began Tuesday apparatus, workeil out of place, disenag" 2; states and territories inir the shaftiii' and fruhteuiiii; the caster in partnership with his brother- - W. Watker has returned to Junction ami will continue three davs Tbnrsdav lor full information and lat.ilogue. aiblrt- horse, which started at breakneck speed inlaw, I!. M. Huidett, Ks., and in that City after spending a week at his home n excursion will run from Louisville. L. H. BLANTON, D D., Chancellor Hut foitunately he town his friends are liiuitetl only by the' here. James Oooch is very ill with fever There will be three brass bands, a big down the street. Shortly after and (lux. Aaron Olason Cole, who has street parade, grand pn.e drill and a was stopped, just its he was getting in a "UIiiIjkt of inhabitants. "weaving way," and the ladies lesctu'd. Cleveland was elected, he appointed him been very low witli tbtula, died hut Sat- - picnic in Mr. McKoberts' woods. Mis. W. D. Nash died at her resi- Nobody was hurt, but it was several to a consulship, but ln declined it ami urday. Itev. V. C. Lyle.of t.eorgetowu, r".i In offer Tor ale n jic'i m from wa afterwaids given the cldefship of a is witli Itev. A. H. Holling. deuce in this city July 4th with Mux. old l.ewi (,unforil pi.ii.e. nejr tli sinifonl aud bourn before the ladles rceoveied I..tncater ptke, and ruiinii g ncail to Dix Ruer. division in Controller Durham's oilice, their fright. I1. of consumption, Suudav night, ointaimnK 112 Acres It well in pnnel.f ha FARM ANUJKAUt MtMS. luU -- Mr. I'eytou King and wife have' which beheld till a change of adinin- iMis. I. M. H.toy, at her home" in this jii-- extern, anil the l"'l n m line ute Creek ie at OiM.ert tiatiiti Call tin 01 .id In. ISotli left liusbaiuls and children, K S I. WITHERS -. A I'eniisyhania hen laid 1.1" eggs in place. taken rtoms at V. K. Huchanan's. Mr. tnttion, with great honor and credit. v'inte then he has prmticetllaw in who-- e W. (j. Cnicmou, of lxiugton, who .will sadly miss them. Kdward litis- as inaiiyconseciitive tlays. furnishes k much of the (M lugton and was fast securing a lucratisc J. II. Woods bought of Woodcock, sell died at the home of his brother, liourlKin imbllKMl lu Central Kentuck, leturn for his labors, when he was slid-i- s of l'.oyle, a iiairof woik mules for j;00. Roberts. Uussell, last Thursdav. He few denly cut down in the prime of a vigor-dayDealer In rusticating at the Springs for T. I.. l.Hlaru lias soiiiio ineianiorti was a young mau ami ins taking away ous ami promising manhood. The last Holler Mills bis crop of wheat at 7.s cts. was caused by consumption. All were Mr. J. A. Haltleman, of the PEPERS. NvilleTiiiiea. accoiup.tnied by bis broth time we saw him he was the picture of sain Cochran had a good horse to interied in the Danville cenietetv. lieulth ami miinlv beauty. Now. he ,,,,ii il.tud ftom t while itlowitig. one Ji , Mr. John llnctiauau, Sevend attended the Chati'mmim at OILS. PEINTS Mr. HleepH the sleep that knows no waking, 0f oitietl his wife beie this week. Lexington from heie Mondav, the at- hotduv, of this week. VAHNISHES, ETC . f i left .Monday night for.Ala- - ami nearis mat lovctl linn are lileediug Curtis Kailv. of Midwav, soltl his tntctiou being the oratorical contest lmma. where be goes to visit Ins son ami, and torn. May the so.l test lightly over wi,tn,t t.,0j, tti A. Veisenlorgor at fcO- Four colleges were represented. Centie DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. get a glimpse of the boom towns that ins gentle iireast till tlie llual College being one of them, and reprecents, delivered at the hitter's mill. WAI.'r. I'Al'KI! AMI IlK'DK.VnOVs. the lirg IientiM have sprung up since he left theie. with family and f ru nds bevond the Owens shipped (Khs sented by S. M. WilMin. who got the j't an II most complete .took in Central decorations Woodcock the lutct ana mot irti tic alt Misses (mice Tudor and Hallie Ktlniit-to- gmxe lambs from Kowlund Tuesday, bought in first honor. Centre College is taking a , ' n to the trjde Kuom Mt ili'.irj and Win-1'lllC! S THE Shade ill are usiting Mrs. Jennie I'liengo, at the neighborhood some time aco at .1 to great deal of intetest in oratory and is LOWEST ANDendlem Mnct Iilisl An WORK. U Lindl mm Ited 'lefpn- prder are l Mr. W. K. Huchanan was in firs. Patlen Comei Back at Her Accusers. 11 cents. inatnw turning out students who are laying it Incaster. plaied I'lo the I'dltor of the Interior Journal from Middlesboro Sunday. Despite the Tlie Klixabetbtown News says that ' over other schools, 1'lease allow me a small spice in your place is1 rtvages of fire and Hood, she is still, in John A. Crowder, son of Mrs. P. K. O column, merely for the purpose of mak- the Canning Factory of at that O peas a day and Ctowdur, of this county, while on his die opinion of Mr. Uiichauau, the putting up 4,000111113 ing a little collection in regaid to the C "tf itv in tin. iiinimlnliiM. MisH ltd- selling them faster thau they can be put way from Waco, Texas, to visit his name was spdled by your mag up. mother aud family, was killed by the tie Itusvll and M.s. Lra Kirkland. two Lehman llros. purchased of W. II. wrecklngof the train on which he was a itimi m uiiimuiiiimh nun pet. wilisauie young Imlim .( MitebidlsblirL. tioners, from district 11'. in aware of McHreyer's estate, in Anderron, '00 cat- passenger, Monday, about S o'clock, at re the guests of Misses Kate and Mary (9W tlie fact that they are honorable, 3 tle, averaging 1,272 pounds, at 4J cents. Mansino, III. His remains arrived heie Curtis for a couple of weeks. Mr. 11. K. 2.SlJ-land cruditci'M Indies and gen- M11101. Well of same I'OO hogs, Tuer-daHughes, the Udenlcd business manager and were buried in tlu cemt-ter- y bun-asteHeeord, was in town tlemeu, but they erred for once In spell- average, at :t tV. Wednesday. He was a young man of the ing my name with an o instead of nil e. Never in the history of the country about 2.1 years of age ami had been away 'iudii buggy riding oiip of our prettih which, by tUe way, was the only thing was the growing crop of tobacco in this of from home about two veins. He was loJ? " est girls. Mt. John Antler'-oii- , illWI in their orai le that rittracted my notice. section so unpromising as at the piesent the hero of Munis' popular cated in Waco and working for the Standbut A wise king once siid. "A good name is Will Phelps, of Motitgomeiy ard Oil Co. We learn be was time. ong, 'Joint Andersou, my Joe John," the only Co., of rathur to be chosen than great liches." county, soltl this week to Kirk He is a candidate was in towti suniUv. one killed in the wreck. n I am minus the riclie... but I have a Maysville, a lot of 1,700 pound cattle at (or county school superintendent in n name that descended to me honorably. lj rts. Winchester Democrat. Kentucky Fairs. (arntrd and U going to get there with and, thank the jm, I nui not ashamed "The supply of cattlo in Cincinnati is Hustouville Stock Fair. Jul 22,2:1,24. All i'Hir feet oll'the ground and tml over of it, neither do I fear to sign It to any in excels of tlio limited deniaml ami the (.iarruid County Fair, July 2.1, 2(. the dashlKnird, so v.o hear. Mr. O I for "Truth is mighty market is dull and weak. Itest shli)pers tlays. Kminence. July 23 and daughter, of Illinois, tiro visit- statement nuke, and will prevail." School is keeping, ar worth 4.:t5 and from that figure n Hairodsbiirg. July 2114 day?. ing Misses Mollie ami l.iHu Cook at Mr. Ulitor, ami nil aie cordially invited j,ML.i.s run down to IJ for very common; Danville, August .14 diiye. t.ieir my country home. That all'able r. to attend, except those whose elevated lo.rt are active and higher with tops at Sharpsburg, Aug. 12 I days. n T. It. Carson, of Cincinnati, llgnlty would not allow them to comic- - ;;.nV, sheep are steatly at 21 to .1; lambs Maysville, Aug. ID 4 days. licit- recuperating from the mi lllH11linj, is srrnu w filler iiiniiusii'iiiiiftiiti ItUlltllllg, Rre oSy at .. to U.UU. Wnrr-- n Lawrenceburg, Aug, 104 days. is 01 city life. Miss Molli ..CM name of which, over l,lK)0 years ago, Fu'uk Ai Anderson aie now receiving O Lexington, Ag. 2(1 .1 tlays. t Wednesdiiv for WilliHni'bunt to the was made more honorable Miiilrenownod i i,;u ..UHnM's wheat, which they have Shelbyville, Aug. 205 duy. n Msit her brother's family. than all the glittering palace- the world bought recently in this county. They Paris, September days. - Pursuant to a cull of the chainiMii, hn.s ovei continued. lUit as to the event i,MVi b(iii!ht altout the viold of :i,000 Pi.irdstown, Sept. 2 3 days. tin' lemocrMtic district committee met that occurred in tliMt lowly sinhb at jirres at prices iiuiginv from 70 to 71 ctF. Howling Green, Sept. days. Ug. Monday afternoon in I'ollco Judge llethluiiem. of isiiirsv thoe fastidious i,t.r iMisbel. The yield is averaging fiom I tltivt. Winchester. Sept. uiiusualU and aiignsl bert's office to select from the s mv ignorant, and it jo to bushels pel acie where 'JO bush-r. Cynthiunii, sept, lit 4 I irgc nuinb-- r ofriHinesoU'eritl two suit-might be Iw.st to let them remain so, for (,s wtre exp"cted. Advocate. 4 iIhv. Hichnioinl, Interfor inagistrateo. eiihxfilciictl on the subject, the shock dave. Hoise Cae, Sept. lti est in the itmtt'ft bad already iis.iuniml a might prove fatal to their mental culihtu. The lease of the Louisville Southern . ... were r.. ...mm. An(l t,)(.n Henderson, sept. JWfl days. ..,. 1...1 i: aspect th,v (o K, nWi , aocaW to the K. T. N'. & , has been ratified by Hartford, October .1 days. t (a,j t,Ri bi,tt,r for f,iit n primary, some for leaving it to a commit-- with Uo the stockholtlers. llespousibility for all Owensboro, Oct. 7 tlays. free light .,.,., ,.w ,. ... . tee aud some for an 9s,.1,i,irtl,aa fixed and other chaiges is assumed, and , ......v iril'IW IIopkiUBville, Oct. K1 4 days. aiconling to the Manjuis of (iueensbury deleterious, even 'sr.iair brute, and.iftho an equal division ot nei proms m to the on me As Bobbin did not bob up only tlays of miracles were not past, the mles For the High IJridge Camp Meeting, swine.' made under a blanKei morigage of .i per .' , , . , (our names were placed before the coin.i10iL. Five million dollars n lmK. July IS to 27 inclusive, tlie Queen and gout nomis win oe issued, Crescent Iloute will sell wit ... a. unapiit'ii, - iv. of low Jinilals manv years since wliich cent. uuttfe.to excursion tickWells, J. P. Chandler and William Co- - raugt.(1 ,j.h, U) hl. a.owne.l in the sea, H000.000 to retire the outstanding (i per ets to High Bridge and return, on July her. lie foro the ballot was taken each besides it would be absurd in a poor lit-- , cent, bonds, ami the remainder to be 17 to 27, good for rtturn until July 2Sth candidate stated his position ami ex- tie, iudillerent, :d class teacher like my-- issued as neeileil to pay mo uoiumg tu-inclusive, at one fare for the round-triLow Ratcb. Paiacc Stcahins. pounded ou his peisonal Htrengtb; Chan-dl- r self to try to instruct the minds of peo- and provide butter equipment. from all stations between Cincinnati ami Toot Trips pr Wek Bstwsea carry," said ple whose intellects are so lofty that it is grew eloquent. '"I Chattanooga. The noted divine, Dr. DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND l.lTfr IMUh. MIImh lie, "the knob pans over anything that's evident they have never been reached Fstoiksr, Th Boo, Msrgusttt, asl - hi - rv tit- i MP' on tlln John Matthews, of St. Louis, Dr. HollAiiwniMwhether he be Jew, hi- - 111V Wisi llllil limwil-..i- l Xtk Huron Fort. born of woman tin' mrvc i. tifini i urn. I.uuji ..u li ing, of Denver, and leading ministers of lilllou i i tie ..!. lir Jtvsry Essoin- - Bstwssa Uo.nan or ll.irba.ian. Squire, Nuw , WIll.ll8ioi , wi(ih ,0 ,lforn A !! in. i i i. in Oetit.le, il wuielonnHipi the Kentucky Conference, will preach K. -- III II ' DETROIT AND CLEVELAND "" ""!"' Chappell, auiong other things, said, 'I ,hoSe II" philanthroiucimlividu-- ' II.iii i'(si. i.i 'I .i ,.i..---. M 5.e:iti. during the meeting. Music by Pi of. ' A K I &pUmtir Oaly. ,l. a bl.llllli.'.l. I iuis rocketl in .live r.tdlc by a re,.ubl.c;tn tlerive great comfort from .jjimiW' .i:'! , that Frank Hnstow's choir: a rare treat. ,, uiother and watched over bv the tender r!lllifll, ... -- ,,, ,,.,, I'lif WnlL'rfiil Tower.w ,. , ...... IMIM IV(JFt Coininenceing on tlie P.Uh special trains OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS, l.iftel Tin' vyeofa lepitblican l.ithei; but when Is may do so likewise, and if thev will lm Towit, lii;'lit"i .trurt-i-- iiTt ii. he wnr tlllinRrf't will be ruu from Georgetown to High BstM and Kioursion Tieksta wtll b faraUkssl call Mm ut l'ari l.ii'Ki Iiik'i. by your Tlskst A(Bt. or kddrew to Hridge during the meeting. OuSunduvs, years old I unlisted in the ranks of the :tt mv llOIIll- I shall tnUi iili'.ihiiri. in toll. di c.cr ul Itr Krniikliu MiU-E B. WMITCOMB, Q. P. A., OlTHOiT, MiCm., ' iiiitn.iii iifii- iilof in grand old democratic party, because it ing them In wli.it nook thev can find it. towiT Itir iiruiin. il Tiiwnnmiiiliii nere medl- July 20 and 27, a special Haiti will "be THE DETROIT 1 CLEVELAND STEAM NIV. C& ms 1'iiro nix. run fiom Cincinnati to High Hiidge. rum lniilil ii rt nunum' was the party aftei my own heart, and I Ilespectfully, M.nv It. Patikx. n.iin4. lii'inlurli... lii'n oil liioirJ!Uill. lutrt believe that I can, supported bv the Mess, k!i'0.i'. "'.'. Ilnililli y pains, vexilil Ciab Oichard, July tl. la Life Worth Living? itonlilOH, i'ti-- . .Mis. Jnlui It Millor. Of Valpi blood of that party, 'lay it I) T.ivlor of l.ni;iiiis)ii'l Nit if you ' tliroiijjlithc world a dypeptn. rnlo, liul.. pound. nmntii unite tuning l)r Acker Ppepii Tablet are a pomtive cute over the strongest of mv opponents. ..... The republican . partvs platform: liul. cmncu jllu.li.ileil tronnti-eo- n nervous din lor the ort form ot djpepia, indigestion, il Kiniflr u favor home mle for '.Ireland, as a P,i," ,,,i H.mii.- - t.ott.r or tin- trfttorui 'knobs from endorses me; the".I (iu.irantccd and told bv The town and con.tipation. ,v " lK"mx """ Kl,,r"',"l", A K I'enn). never bid for the Irish votes, we denounce Dan to Ueersheba are mine, and DRUNKENNESS -- THE LIQUOR HAB dickering kinsmen will meet me at the home rule for the south to catch the ne- SWtnXZ Thousand roisoiied. In all the World tbero la but one bal-gro vote." Covington Commonwealth. polls ami swell my majority." The tn n renu oru tUun ii.seiup, ir rftUPC cure, Dr. Uatnea' Qoldon Spocttlc. I rtTCsVJO At first cast' -- The new road actually built up '" lotiiiK then co.n.ncncetl. It can le)m-i- in a cup ol ie tor conee lt'ii t I ("nllior ". .Inlvl in SO.s niil.'M in tli.. I'n!i.l ti..a ' neoiile urf luwii IK11411111112 tlicmevos vro.iU I. ......,.)! r...'Aivi..l :! vntos the knowledge of the peron takinz It, eflV. i,np a I ... ' ' " i. "'""i, CH'TADfiD nt tea isirtee. lu ii,...,,!..., pcedy and permanent cure, whether the f ti Chautller2 and Wells 1. Ou motion the and 30S in Cauatla ami Mexico. In the hacio and alcohol Tinm- aro Heart Whips, it a moderate drinker or an alcoholic patient wre. k 'Inousand of diunlards luc been cared who LE55ENS KANurrn T0 LIFE fib II Hi iM'ut rapidly, thus gradnallv wi'ni Idndmost man was dropped ami the ex- first half of LSSU the now roatl built in rauiliiKout. prodnoiiic slioilnrt of hre.ilh whfn have taken the (ioldcii Specific In tlieir coffee It luc liniiRry without their knoyledife, and DIMINISHES w TaftTHFR in ulo and belice the tra vote went to Chappell and the ballot the United States was 1,481 miles and fxurclslng. pains Kinall) t.e.irlslioulder,.tml I buitdrlnUnjorthelrovui f.uliiro No wnafu - , free ami l.tlnt spt'lls : .Hood, Chappell 4, Collier and Chand- the total for the year was o,:!00 miles. mih! irriiulf.l lutail. l fggK "UnTHFRSTi TVfl elleci re.ult. Irom its .idminUtration. Cure uar duulli for O Um anteed. Send for circuUr and full partiiular An. IiikIiIi I tfi LalllLLI MM LI aria ler 2. Chandler was then dropped and Preserving the same ratio, we should llm pres tnery d scoveni reiumiiieinl hy. Dr. uresttn connoence oqlub.v sritctfU. Co., Sj mn nrin n Heart Ctim Ne nOTLANTrni nLMJiATUR llaceSireet. Cineinniii.O Milej.ntncli Is for re ul A. tt. I'f nnv,,Stanforl. wn Chapitell and Collier declared elected. build this year (I.UOO. ssLMMrMiafuem. CRAB ORCHARD. e RILEY B. . HOUSE, am better the public. London, t.ooJ prepared thau RILEY, Proprietor, - - - Kentucky. t my utw Kottland . nllt Ihae moed Cue ccrt I.ncr) jU.ii.1im me Jl Kef-ir.i- in, ever) confmence a call. FRANK RILEY. l .OTimoJ.u." '"'. fvi v-l- .l. ..... PftlHi 'OLD i I DRimW r SPRINGS' . ARfHc V. of . -' w ... ' . i... ........ I.exin-ditiouDauh-everythindo- POWDER to an adtettKtineut vlmh appeared ct the Inlnior Jnurntil in regard t ,t Old UrippiiiK pnni-- . I cottij-ri'nti ), o uJorm th punlir th it iiicaid artule appeared I f nte ajam tlie i.ir ')( and Uuilai'mo V II ( SUi);ii,-- uon ame condition a in f. riurr i iseoetMecn dim and Jame I.. ' 27- MR HKI.LE ADAMS. Adm. ljtijtiii i; eos-tjint-- ii Absolutely Pure - rn.lv;u. June Krducnl riite r Sjaon open June H with o. lOlnti board a d cotwsc nfl July "st KUM It l. bmcecaled at 3:jrtt.bjrp. a r,rnd Hopon lT' .. . KTfc. FtlH ban-boxe- s -, o I i, - lllix-k- ppo-l- te Cottage Kent, per '" ' rerWeek " Day " Meal .... .o Mom' So SV JO utr J-- lIore it.ti .e- - t'n til.. . A L S'. .. .. J.00 50 IUKL. ..2 j,c al ! Central University COOK'S c-- SFBEN-GS- . s j i ' j ( Farm Tor Sale. I . Ihce l.eai.l fu' and heall.in n Spriii-- . ,re situated .m Div riv.r, nr Cat of Stanlord. hey are f the pure.t eiiaKbwte water. In the day of the old proprietor, Moe Cook, our ancet. ton spent many hpp nmi. l,irc, ainiiiL' health aadb.it malid I Imm of no mote hciltbliil waters, and for ptea.nre losers it hat nn )ual. 1'iierc was never a cooler, more deliihtrut boarding house fmm the noisy city from the miiMcal mov.ti.io. Wu a no and free ioatanJ plent) ol hli. iniirh pli.ure can be obtained on the wrtter.nfold Ul- - nver. Our Spring, open on ul Jmir. katesot beard, heuinnin; lulv the st Per Week o" Bin, aar th I llthr , I I Meal to Per Month. so oo Comfortalbp stable for hor.es at I3 per week or 511 it. ... UIC 1UU . twi'ir.c inn sia one week and I ri. vmj win su (lie eaon. Correspondence .CI. olicited 1. im J F. COOK -- ':'". . . :-- se I. M. BRUCE, LiVSK, A. E. GIBBOIsTS, 5 W m ' m FESD RUU, 11 s. STANFORD, KV. - MIL . hi-a- ' t. :S:--- SPECIAL AT I E.VTION to COMMERCIAL travelers. Horse and mules bought and sold. Onlvhrt-cla- s horsesnnd chicles used in lUerr. n V; vt l, l- HARRY A. EVANs, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, STANFORD, KY Engineeriuw- 1 and Surveying in all branches. - ' --' POSTED. forewarns hunters, fishermen aad otfler. nut to tre.paas on our lamU without permission, as all sn. h will In pron-iuteto the lull-extent of the law Signed D. V. HOLMES. Dr P V LOGAN. IOSH .DAMS B. W. OAINF.S. J B. McKINNKV. Mrs. SAMFORI) IRWIN, G. LYNN, Mrs ALICL TUCKER JOS. BALLOU. THUS C BALL. W A HAMILTON. ot giow-imi.i- ut 1 1 M.-- r- va-m- y """n 1 11 ! high-minde- d Jf)N b. r -- . (!ar-r.trd- , nt t 1TOTICE. W are .miuniitf thr Clark Cash h. ble at Mi KiHney at re at our sta- I $10 to Insure a LivingJJColt He is well bred aud a No foal setter Money due hen mare parted with or brud to another hnrs-e- . Lieu retained on all colts till mone ts DUNN X. TANNER i 1 1 I ' !" Hum-ltmi- is 1 NEWCOMB HOTEL. MT. VERNON, KY. This old and u tlntel'is still maintain in? its fine reputation. Charjei reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public M. P NEWCOMB. Prop., Mt Vernon. Ky. I - , - 24 51 j per-on- 1 1 1 a , 26 dn. O o Ha- - leasii c. il. cmow tr. t.i.s cl th stubl s at I'en.c ,V, rt a'lfl s t l run rncr.il Farm Breaking and Training Stable. He bus "vpt-r- t 11 i s-p- 1 rouiialilt tt h id u'tiucnt xi e Li.miic hihI (,ie frin ve to make him an bis r.ieswill l,- - very him a share ot sour patronage. i 1 1 d , ,;, ..",.. i"i j ' rrTlr v THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, No Hotel in Kentucky has a Proprietor er .10-ye- ar MACKINAC Summer Tours. and its proprietor is determined shall be maintained thu reputation, 1 p He has recentl) added to its appointnifnts in Nt-rt-j- ' - Pool and Hilliard'Parlors A First-Clas- i i i u.-- '"'m-- t i s Livery , ! l ' Stable higli-tone- d .1 I" V p ,,... - w ,, ., f .1 To accommodate the demands of his increased Best Turnouts furnished transient patronage. Commercial Travelers and others. 1 i s $50 HE"WTARD! I r iie-n- mt i - , ill pa h Reward of Fifty Dollars for information on'cotm. lion of any unauthorized persou Found Cutting Timber or Dam- iiii-- .1 - 2-- i l,vmr-,r0,,u- l EM 40THERS ilf ' aging any Improvements On th- - follow ins pruperly T-- 1 '' I 1 tojSJIM ,. wln-r- i n- -r - CHIL nA fiicnu ,ru nMy innlL.'0 fLJll y .ml-de- wiukt-n.'io , ' t;usnanan. 301 icre, M. j Harris-- 90 acres, U. Towers'. 100 aere John Andersons, 14 acres, Waih Harris' 517 acres. Freeman's, 800 acres. Xoliinsoii Mill tract, I 'lobln' farm, Joel Pctrey'n farm. A (Jooch's larm, Collins' larm, on tiladr KiJue. 600 acres, Hen. rv Miller's, soo acres. Henry Millers. 111 uim. Sic.ihen llurcli's, ati asre', t H. Ministon's trai t, Sttmle House, Cottage nesr depot at Crab Orcliari), lintel. Cottage mid Storehouse at Otte- nh'-iJ.OTTLNHKIMKR,- Ajentfor Owners. lui.cm Hryan-Kidd'siarV larn.sat HisMand known as W A Cash's, Inn Huulmoi's, l.eorje Haugh'., Kastin Heirs', P onus, I S. onus's ii acre place.W.Ter-r'- . li Win l.uiij'n Cap W Hutchisau's oacrrfarm. At Cox i reeniauanu i. r..narren s iimtier tracts on lluck t reek. ,07 aires, John 1 timliuHs. . John I he a r9Mrn r.tjffn r You are urgently re . lent article on the appellate clerkship race and an urgent appeal to the democ- quested to meet at my othce in the Court-HouMonday, .July II, at II Stanford, Ky. Jn.v 11, 1800 racy to stand by our gallant aand worthy o'clock, to tike steps tor a stronger pie course of column on nominee. In the the- subject it truly and beautifully says: cinct organization by the appointment "The history of the convention contra- of committees, Ac W. . WALTON. T. I). Nkwi.ani), Chin'n. dicts the statement that Adams' war bis chief suppoit i word beat him; for to send Mis. Wattkiisos continues DEMOCRATIC TICKET. with was made up of some mighty interesting reading fiom ' (ieneral Simon Bolivar I.uckner as the his Kcr Stipfnor Judge. JOSE1M1 RARBOUR. perch in the Tennessee mountains, central figure, fighting for Adams against Wednesday's Courier-Journ" Appellate Clerk, W. V LONGMOOR. bad the "' County Judje, THOMAS W. VAKXON his old comrade-in-armthe gallant "Id letter from him on the questions now County Attorney, JOSEPH D, PAXTON; (.iBxti-emk.vse al s, C- - Semi-Week- ly Interior journal Tii k Mt. Vernon .Signal has an excel- To The Democratic County Committee. THE! STAND AMAZED i & WATCH US GROW. The enormous increase l f. n I . m. m WO . Hut has Longmoor been Longmoor. most prominent before tho public mind, t honored more than Adams? Adams was Sheriff, J.N.MENEFEE; three times elected to Congress; was six The Georgetown Ice Factory is now " Jwler, SAMUEL. M. OWENS; " Attetior, E. I). KENNEDY; years Clerk of the House of Representa- in full blast and Kditor Hell can now in Sup'tof Common School. W F. M:CI.AKV tives, two years Register of the lind Of- dulge in the luxury of a cooling drink " Surveyor, HARRY A. EVANS; fice, and is now serving out a four years' without having to give up all the money Corcner.ARCH CARSON appointment as Secretary of State, which he can get out of 'them advertising appointment he owes to (?ov. Ihickner, agents." says that Judge nn The Courier-Journa- l repugeneral. What has Tinsloy is simply seeking a little noto- LoniHiioor had in comparison? Only a we NEWS CONDENSED riety by running for appellate clerk. If circuit court cleikship. No democrat we Cedar is tho name oi a new this be so he is succeeding pretty well. cm conscientiously withhold his vote even we iu Rockcastle. l His letter of acceptance of the from him. He represents the possibili 100,000 commerThere are said to be dried nomination by the committee, in ties and triumphs of American citizen-s'licial travelers in this country. stead of by a popular convention, is call He has fought back poverty all In a race at Chicago Tuesday Noret-t- u V ing forth much comment, its sincerity, his life. With no friends but his brain fell and rollingover her lider, Ahba, its truth and even its grammar being an his pluek, he ha? risen higher and brought into question. Pretending to be higher in the estimation of the people broke his neck. We best hum-buggerbest goods, y, Dr. Hourigan, the murderer of his' desirous of allaying and stamping out until a whole State bows to a character brother-in-law- , was refused bail at Lebdesigned to stir up sectional feeling, it is that stands almost peerless and alone. anon, this week. strife and pull the wool over credulous Enlisting for the right as 1'od gave him A convict named Kingsbury stubbed eyes, who cannot see into the millstone to see the right, he fought like a hero to do another named Hardin to death in the as far as this nimble picker. It comes until he was borne from the battle-fiel-""-- ' UlSIJUSMin Of OUI' " " V Kentucky penitentiary. J1"' in bad grace indeed for a republican to wounded, shattered and sufieringu thouCOSf ailCL lUStaUCCS below COSt. Behold. tllCSC indllCCMOIlts: of teal and per-- , SlOClb -l- 'he assessed value question the manner and methods of a sand deaths; but that unconquerable will (Mid near-- . .ZZ OUT SaltCeilS be Sold tlll-- WCCk cV 1-- ,). when he himself triumphed over all. All the music of sonal property iu New York city is tllC democratic nomination ly two billions of dollars. , sold, at. n, dvptil. best was afraid to submit his claims to a con""' l lllU J manly life has been dominat J IT f7 IaLm CHiiili1...i-k- i that noble, i ti'ifi 1iilltilarir ft t "" S0L(i illt jfJCt vention of his party, noted for its wran- ed by the low, minor strains that tell of .r Sold, fht fl. xitnvifinn fnt ?? hi. i'wii, ()c. gles and unseemly fractional fights. If sullering and of sadness Hut the turn of pjtni me peuituy Minima be , . Sniitli, Ark., Wednesuay. i Judge J insley relieves ne can nue .mi. the tuneb:ls 0OIIje aml the democracy of John Kelley struck policeman Roboffice on an imaginary wave of democrathe State wiU nonur lt,eU by weaving erts with his fist, at Louisville, and killed cue. ur- - 5lUo Umt iife tn,. loftier strains of hope ic u.ssatisiaetion, wmcn .iu ing to get up, he is reckoning wittiout and victory and peace, and the triumphs him as dead as a bullet could. P. T. Barn u m's wealth is estimated his host. Every true democrat who es- he has achieved in Hie will only be Wain Street, Stanford, Ky, at $10,000,000 and the number of hou.-eM. poused the cause of Major Adams is now eclipsed, if they can be eclipsed at all, he owns at Rrulgeport at "mO. htrongly for Woodford Longmoor, and by the magnificent victory he will win at Harry Marsh cut Miss Claia Jones' this talk about rebuking the party for the po)ls in August, when Kentucky The Louisiana lottery bill now goes tiallitr.in, l'a., nominating the latter is the merest bosh. shall say to all the world, this is the throat from ear to ear, at to the white voters of the tate for because she refused to marry hmft Maj. Adams deserves well of the democharacter of man Kentuckians delight to In a collision on the L. iV N., near adoption or rejection. cratic party, for he is a most excellent honor." bill for the admission of Wyo Riruiingham, of a pasenger and freight man and has served it faithfully, and it ming is before the president for his sigrailroad men were killed. The State -- enate Judiciary Committee train, has oftentimes and repeatedly honored liov. Niekols vetoed the Louisiana nature. There is no doubt about his Certainly he is not declined to even report the amendment him with oilice. signing it. threatening to kick out of the ranks, be- - to the unjust libel law, which prevnils in Lottery bill, but it imsst'd notwithstand-- The brakemen on the Main Line joinmajoring, by the necessary cause he was beaten in a convention to this State, although petitioned to do so ed tho striking switchman .it Louisville ity. which he presented his claim and prom-- ' by the Kentucky Press Association, thro' - and business is at ft stand still. Hen. The first sen lion ever born in capised to abide its decision. If he can a committee appointed for that purpose. will ... it.li. illl ameiHimeiii. was .bhuim n ..Am. " i tivitv made its appearance at the Jioolog Manager Metcalfe says he cai and "tv fracefullv submit, as wc are ailviseu me Cincinnati, this week. It is fill the place of every striker and will not ic.il Garden, noththat he does, surely his friends need the Minnesota law, which contains accede to their demands. healthy. surely they are not to ing that is not honest or fair. The com- still ulive and apparently raise no row, and There was a conference of the Mrs. Joe Howard, living in McLean mittee, which turned a deaf ear to the an extent that can cut the slightest folfell dead from her horse while lowers of (Jen. Mahone in Washington. the contest. We haven't heard a request of the newspapers, was as ,.....-..ri.nimi.i.. fmm iiiiin-l- . nn Siuulav.- Sim Wuduesdav. at which it was decided to . 6ingle man sav that he will not support lows: John K. Hendrick, Win, Lindsay, .....M...n Congress in four Robert J. Hreckinridge, I). II. Smith and is supposed to hae died of heart dis- make nominations lor Longmoor; on the contrary for a county It is ald that of the Virginia district-that instructed first, last and all the time James II. Mulligan. The Pad ucah Stand- ease. Kent, a married man, shot and the little Ross objects to tho Force bill Win. for Adams, Lincoln is absolutely free ard calls on those of them who are runwoman because it is not miilieiently radical. from kickers. All that is needed to give ning now for State ofiices to explain their killed his uiibtrer.s, a notoiious newspaper interests and of the town, at Knoxville, and then our nominee the majority he deserves, is hostility to the Bucklen's Arnica Salve They had had a lovers' The bcil ulc i the world fur cuti, br for Judge Tinslev and his followers to the Owensboro Messenger joins in the killed himself. ii noret, kf t, tlt rhiiiin. Over oie. teller, keen no the raeket thev have started. ' demand. Every newspaper in the State quarrel. hnd. chilbUim. corn and ll ifc mp are ttonianil poilively curei pilt, or no pay rrtwir The census shows that there COLLARS ASD Cll'KS It will bring out the democratic voteand should likewise do so and make it hot lllcut, Bre- td. It guarjnued to itie ptrltet 1'rice i$ itmi per box. money rtlunUrd all that is necessary. The one- for the men who did not thow them even more Hermans in New York than in that is or Kor le oy A K I'trinv. Swulord, Ky. legged veteran, who has fought so brave-- ' the common courtesy to let- the legisla-l- men, Frankfort, Cologne, Stuttgart, Lubeck, Crefeld, Nuremberg, will take some the fight of life, will get e.u-- and ev ture consider the bill. It Remarkable Rescue. . mktlhe Mn Michael Curium. I'lamfteld, very nice explanations to make us en- - Stettin or Leipsig. ery one that is cast. ou hi The most densely populated -- quale ilatciiient ,tc he cuiicM cold, whah ,,hetllcd a : over the candidacy of any of them, thuse hrrlunj:: f? her tamily nbTHiUn but Rre cr. lie lold f" mile m the world is in the city ot At the last session ot the Legislature, j,rfcontlv or prospectively. wawVepele. vicllm of lwnm(Htii ind tbut people, the nave an by It is inhabited the newspapers endeavored to nameduinc iould ure her. Her drucKitt theuieof Pr Kin;' New I)ivery lor Tun second efibrt to nominate a candi- - the larger part of whom are Italians, advertising law passed, butthe little feland tc Conumiin; he bouKht a Urtlle firl doeher be .In..- ! titfli.ii im flm .v iivimrtnn who speak only their native language. ...v found herelf benefited from lows who were masuuerading as states Mil IK 4VJI e.i i..n. JifciV rt..,". " continued it ue anu aner lims icn The news comes from Hazard, Perry found bertelf Mnd and well, how dee her o men refused to pas it, because it might district resulted in tlie nomination oi U. l oung, ot liUti county, in county, that the and most of benefit the class to which most of them Hon. Van a'ii amli. owed their advancement. Of course the short order. He had the majority of the its valuable records were burned by an ny'xlruuMen; lrg- bottle newspapers would have had their re- instructed votes and his opponent, Judge incendiary, who, no doubt, was in tear Xllippy Iiuuniuin. ceipts somewhat inci eased, but the larg- L. W. Robertson, recognizing the inevit- of the circuit court, which will begin Wm. Timmont, potmater o Idaville, Indiaaa, "T nomi' Klettric Hitter hat done more for iBc wr.lef. Monday. er share of the benefit would have ac- able, withdrew his name and the v; than all other raedi. me- - combined, fur that had Mr. Register of the Land Oilice Corbett feeling riunr from kuiuty ma liver ueuow. crued to the estates of those who are sold nation was made by acclamation. man, of Mime place. out under the law. Speaking of adver- Young has held numerous ofiices of hon made liis semiannual settlement with uri: "Una l.ieitnc iiuicrm iu " ic .... ...- -me liHIMiiw na , tising Judicial sales a few days ago, ex- or and trust and fully demonstiated that il,u .....li.nr iliid 11'i.uL-- l.-'-r-vino linn C ., nev and ,liwr null- inc. made 11a DrlchMl. MBt ,. knln -KlHctnc Hitter it iut the thiK for now Master Coinnm-- ' he is honest and faithful in the discharge 412.01, which makes r',Ji y.oi in lees lie tW,ur Speaker Johnson, .1 . uevuiviiii: imi i.:. who it a i..! don and don t carewheth BY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OF 111111. has paid in since Sept !Sb7. His otlico erman litetur all run be found new ironcth, krooti sioner of the Nelson Circuit Court, said ui u he die; Uke he had anew letwe on appetite and felt iut Judicial sales are is said to be in capital shape. to a Record man: lile Only t a l!t, at A. R. IVnny'i t!ri Mils Hkndkicks very promptly denies The large factory of the Armstrong tlore not sufficiently advertised. In ordinary by an Indianapolis rethe leport printed Company and the Kvausville cases the law requires me to post a writGov. Furniture Miss Jennie Dutton, soprano of the house publican paper that she said to Stove Works were deutroyed by fire. ten or printed notice on the court New Hill, "If you don't beat Mr. Cleveland I Fifth Avenue Baptist church, The loss on the former was $100,000, indoor and three others in the vicinity o." shall never speak to you again." She York, draws $:t,000 a year from the sured for f 100,000, and on the latter the property to be sold. The property says church and earns t",000 more from contheir meeting was purely informal with an insurance of S12.000. may be where the notices will never be engagements. and that no reference was made to the In the village of Jarmony, Owen cert seen by a probable purchaser, or tlu presidency whatever. Of course, nosen-sibl- county, The "Steering Committee" of the of Mr. Watson, con the family wind and rain may blow them all down. person believed tha tho good lady House has decided that the Frisonerfl of It is a regular farce. Every sale ought ever made such a remark, or was guilty sisting of his wife, a babe IS months old War jter diem bill shall not be na Bed. and a boy of eight years, were burned to to be advertised in a newspaper." GINGHAM0, OUTING FLANNELS, of the slang.attributed to her. is about empty and thr.t death in their home during the tempora- The treasury theai tiou. may explain is sUted that John W. Laugley, It (icx. Clinton Fisk, who rau for presi- ry absence of the husband and father. " who acted so reprehensibly on several A Duty toYourseK. The conference committee on the dent on the prohibition ticket last year, a common It it mrpriunc occasions during the late session of the will re- ordinary 'pill whenthat peor le will ute they can wcure a valuable died in New York, Wednesday, aged 02. silver question has agreed and Knr;lith ror the aine n.oney. IJr. unlamented legislature, more particular- A rank abolitionist before tho war, he port iu favor of the purchase each pill one potitite cure ror Kick headache and all arra ly with reference to a certain railroad of 4,600,000 ounces of silver, is- liver trouble Thev are imi!!, meet, eatily taken entered the army to absist iu wiping out month bill, which it was said he was bribed to slavery and before the close of hostilities suing silver certificates thereon, which and do not gripe. For ale -by A It Penny. ti support, is in Louisville with a view to t Can't Sleep Nights was promoted to brevet major general. are to be a legal tender for all debts, pubU the complaint of thontand tuffcrliij trout beginning a libel suit against the Louis' He was very active in church work and lic and private. cought, etc. llld you eter try ville Times. Tliis is all gammon and t.Sn n.mwi id rtO(illntwl 1ft til ? itl Leu II At Ilopkinsville, Tom Kellamy, an Dr. Acker't Enclith Remedytrouble-"- the Sold on a 00"v-" T,iD """"--- ' t ""'"" . known fcr .ill lung He will not dare to . purely spectacular. Is more complete than any time this season. shot and per- - potitUe guarantet: at 25k and 500 by A. K. I'enny. intoxicated bricklayer, anu iinueriaKiugs. as he knows that the cor- tliropic 8Ciiemes bring t Imtm fntnllt ll'AII lAli Tn(t ttftr. Kl ...-.; .w t.w..-J(a Child Killed. respondent, Mr. A. Y. Ford, is thoroughTin: House committee of elections hav- C aybourne, who waa trying to get him to,' ly heeled as to the facts and would have ing given the republicans a safe majority go home. Ofhcer Harvey McUiord, who Another child killed by the ute 01 opiate given in,hefomof 100i,,inS yrup. why moiherx give made no charges he could not substanti- o' IS, has let up iu some measure from hail COine to Clayboume's aSsisUlllCe, their children such deadly poiton it iirpriinK it peeulur : eie tho ate in court or elsewhere. The policy taking seats from democrats, and has re- thereupon opened hro upon bellauiy and when they can rcl Ur. Acker child of Soother, it trouble by uing uby iH to let .the matSold by A. R. or inwrphii.p. contain no opium for Lnngluy to pursue ported, strange to say, in favor of Catch-i- ""-"- " l,i. ...fniitlv. i'enny ter drop and see if it will not die. The js and Hooker, from the :d and 7th ago Britton Dunn was Seven years We Can and Do manure pile the woise Mississippi. Tho contestants were nemore he Btirs the called OUt of his llOUSO in Fleming COUI1- -' (Juanintce Dr. Acker' Wood Klixir.tor it hat, been fullv demonstrated to the people of ihitcaunI..it will be for the nostrils of his constitu- groes, which way also account for so re- ty aim, muniereil. rth mn i. .1 uruiiier .i3 rylhatltl. ,liper,or to nil other preparaiiont ro ents, over whose eyes he is now trying to markable a decision from the is a poome the chief benetlciarv by his death, sus blood diteaet. Iteruption and cure for tynlillllic pimplet. It jioiioninp, ulcers, pull the wooL returning board. picion was directed to him, but no case the wnolc ylcm and thoroughly build uji the A. It, I'enny pis- constitution. Tiik defaulting .Statu treasurer of could be made out. This ween the Tiik hot weather is too much for .Mis deed was done was The Warden of the Ohio penitenth-i- v Henry, who thinks she is running for Maryland, Archer, has been sent to the tol with which the found and other evidences that JamcH treated the 1,"00 convicts to a 4th of of thoCouit of Appeals. While penitentiary for live years. The demoClerk addressing au audience in Henderson crats always punish their otlicials who Dunn is thu murdtrer. He has skipped. July dinner and this is what it required: Fargo, N. I)., was visited by a hurriArc headquarters for pounds of beef; l bushels of potacountv. the other day, she swooned and l'0 wrong, if they can lay handsou them; bushels of peas; 1,700 pies; I,S0tl before she the republicans usually endorse theirs cane Sunday night. Seven chilirren, toes; fell, and it was half an hour pounds of cake, to wiiich were added who had sought shelter in a coal-biMrs. Henry ought to () by election to a higher oilice. recovered. 7"0 pounds of sugar, l!!"i do.en eggs, 75 dfeo. and several people were in- gallons of milk; :,000 pounds of bread were killed . Su flaims home before she learns further from ex-- j ' T'M to have it jured. Many buildings were unroofed and 210 gallons of lemonade. "rk :so., ... nerience. what Judge Jewell long since nowsi iti riows! in howsi Jiuy the Uhver Chill or Ilamifiton Steel .biraisiu niai tue enate wm postpone and otherwise badly damaged. In the lbuTivered. that "politics is 1." Completely Cured. She Was j consideration oi thu hlection bill till I)e- - adjacent country crops and A daughter oi my uttomcr tuifcred from 3 Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no nomiincnttruation aud her health wise and wishes to elect umh iiesiroveil. cember. If it is A iniiu vn imuu pletely wrecked At mv uggetion thewn com- Ira Julian, of Frankfort, was uted one pleas judge overKin-Kea- a single Congressman in the South, it bodily from the track and many persons fjotile or Uradfield' Female Regulator, jvhn.il plow ever Had the run that the Oliver has. nated for coumon Every plow Warranted to ' cured her. W llelluui, Water Valley, Mitt. of Fayette, by the Georgetown will postpone the infamous thing indefi- inpired, liAii.'i strange to kav hut one Kte' Co.. Atlama, g , lor do good work, or no sah WrJe Ask your neighbor. darticular. Sold by ill driiKC"". nitely. was killed. convention. 1 ' " County Clerk, - (JEORGE IS. COOPER; of sales in all the departments of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, flats, Carpets, Jftittiiig, $c, maltcs it absolutely imperative for us to increase the space devoted, to every department of our establishment. When we ca.me here our friends had some doubts ot post-offic- e cut-ani- And our competitors liad hopes of our failure. But with "spot cash" for our cornerstone, sound, business principles for our guide, and, with a tation for fair and honorable dealing, have built wisely, stromUu, and thought largely. But the unprecedented business of the past twelve and months has su?'passed our own expectations and are STJCCESiS and avoiding p. 1 CRAMPED FOR ROOM. trade, offering the --- ......,.. .-., 1 deception and fraud. Our methods and our low cash prices have inspired confidence and, brought us a steady, continuous, increasing stream but stand, amazed and of prosperity and our competitors have little "'""' ""' " Slimmer '"""T"at ill laaillj 12 l2o lOp will All at u '.,.;; V.rtv,;. American Sat teens which were tf II ,iu unr rencn naueens wiiicii wcr will sold at Call early; at these prices they'll not last long. have sought the ''"' d - s "THE LOUISVILLE STORE SALINGER, Manager. I ti j MEN'S WEAR. Hats, Neekwear, two-third- s - 1 v. fig-i- n Clothing, Shoes, i W . cfcap-vt- n, Flannel Shirts, Pine Dress Shirts, ! -' - y Dus-seldor- f, New-York- . '"' 5 111 1 3U"-IIU- I "u Everything Suitable for the Season. STAGG & McROBERTS. court-hous- e "XsraZStowmVi - iw - iUwulUiUc..p 1 '.'., i.-.- j. 11 11 a SD0,-00- 0, ' e W - Kng-lii- h Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, c, " I U 1 1 U piep-arati- cn ' . . tlie-sni- .i..j -.- 1, "-- SEVERANCE & S n rf- 1 .. - one-side- d puri-fi- e HIGGINS & M'KINNEY :i-- ) Hardware, Grooeries, Stoves, Salt, lina, 1 1 -- h-- farm-house- .- d, -- m 41 lilil-fiS-f" J rsMngai J'JMiiw'ttJ '...., LftLtL.ui .i. a... 1 H t? ' TfiA rtnaa. nn T?o Cook's .Spki.no will bo open on tho The Cincinnati, Hamilton .V Dayton K R m ffHtfr ISth oj July with a picnic and moonlight the only line running Pullman't I'erlecled Safoty VetiHo!el ri.iim, with Chair Parlor Sleeping hop. A splendid dinner, river excur- r nil Dining Car I!i:roiti; buyim; vour ro.il tee II. K. lervire between Cincinnati, sions in nice boats and numerous other nd Chiiait and it the only hue run FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I, 1890. W vni on. ning Thronph Ktclimng Chnir Car brtueen Cinattractions make up the programme for cinnati, Krnkuk and Spnnstield, andSltepini; 31. A. .11., Car Ctndnnati to M.t. kina, and the (or doors ami win the liny. .1. K. Cook, proprietor. IJt'Y wire Only Direct Line iIoub of Sine A Menofiio. Faculty of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Kxccllent Honey. Mr. I). A. Twaddle of Junc- llct-incinnati, Dayton lima Tijleilo, De-irott, tne i.akc Kcciontaiin (.anada. tion City, tends us a liberal sample Discipline Strict. Instruction thorough. Send ot Boarding Department. The rnad la one cf the cldctt in the State Old mji.ii and silver takun iiij.eb'.uii the jnly line nlc:nir Cinr uinati over J5 along with this note: "I think I can do a Ohieand dunbletrark. and frnmita put record can lor catalogue. for ionds. Full value allowed, Kobert mile ol little better than J. A. Dudderar with more than anrt it patron peed, comfort and ' of the ll'iston his nine fctands df hues. I have taken afetvC , H .VI), 7" Tiketnn a'e!veryhcre, and ee that the UK booth cither in or jut of Lin. mn'i, (.g of h "1 privily fmm t,m,e bwarng ,1() Indiananoli or 1 Attio. . vlllo lair will be sold at that place to- ,,, ... , . nm, , E O M CORMICK. General l'aener and Ti kel AjiMit. morrow or :" pounds since, and if we had a good iTlssettlim; time and I want what slower to Hviui up the white clover NEW AI)VKKTIEMKNTS you owe me. Take this to yourtelf. W. bloom I think they would (ill their My stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry are now on exhibition. The racks nirain. You will receive by II. McHobcrts. a sample of my honey and it is express, ' St0Ck IS ,1CW' of tI,c ,atcst st'lcs a"(l of the very best quality to be found. . CoMixo.-He- ach Honors' Minstrels aj M wl,itt. nmj j,,,.,, as the FiSLHIWC ITOXl Call and sec it before buying elsewhere. All work WARRANTED to, are booked to npp'.ii-aWalton s upeia (lilt namesakes, the Intkimou Joi k- - W'r '27. lloue Sept. ait to ll mir Farm private1)'. Ithairy5 Fine watch repairing a specialty, got oil' all right Tuesday morning Acre in fine tait t iltivanon and lie near give satisfaction or money refunded. Hubble, I.itu jln to. inly Call on or ddre ut at thousand Two hundred n, on U)lU fU.rn0on played with the j j bie! s,m brick now ready for delivery. Price rea- - Mt. sterling base ball club, winning by a HEKKISO A MENEFTK. . it pcoruolMOi. ine tollowing morning h.J. they played another game, but were de- .GO TO. Ik yon haven't paid your account due ' feated 7 to C. The Mt. .Sterling club July 1st to A. A. Warren, pleaae do ranks hich in base ball circles and the lie iieetln the nionev to pay his bills. Cenmeni me Monday, Ma j, u v.111 run a res result is very gratifying to the friends alar ue Haon and deliver ICf at thf honne ol Ti:.n county bonds of fVX) each will be of our club. On Wednesday afternoon every person in Manforu who dtMrc it Notify toVered iolil at auction here next Monday, it will the "old reliables" went to Paris and uil i If IJKKMEK A CI.AUS , beat the club there G to 5. Our boys are be ell for men with money to it'ineni-i( MODEL GROCERY" playing line ball, as the record shows, bur. but Howuuui is literally him S. CAiirKNTrn, of Somerset, will bt self, and when he made a "home run" at I am uell prepared to Lore welU and will do the in lluetonvilluon the USth and will re Paris, winning the game, he got even ork in a good manner and promptly main a few dav. Those indebted to deeper into the good will of the 1. Js. At One Dollar a Foot. him are expected to settle their accounts Call on or . ddren me at Manluril, Ktntu' I v. w ithout further delay. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Mt" - 1 SMITH utmm Crut MiVrti v KiTrninn Iruinuni ttMi in i LKiunduunNHL i Howe, o tliu wife of K. I). jrfrl. Thompson,' V j Stanford Female College IiriIKARI, Etanfokd, Kv B Jiii.v 11. 1800 111 c. wauton, MEANS V ( bu. MnnnRer BUSINESS. .... President. i C 1 ? vour accounts. I mean you A. lVnny. Watuiks and Jewelry repaired nnd tarranted. A. IJ. IVnnv. TiiKhcHt place to buy drujH, patent (I toilet articlcfi 18 ut A. it. ir.euiciucfl Penny's. llfv your school books, ink, tablet, rflpor, pencils nnd school mipplico of all kiwis from A. It. IVnnv. t. 1111 '. ,,, ... AM READY FOR BUSINESS. , j to-da- y PERSONAL POINTS. j ,.,, SiStXiE t It iii.k Miki: Owhi.kv has been granted a pension. was ii CM. IUnihi.i., of i rtrst-da- xn, w m town Tuesday. Mk. V. C. W11.1.IAM- -, of 3It. Vernon, ivas here yesterday. Mn. Vvrr Smith is back from a visit ,auie. n' m ROBT. FEWTZEX.. tj Woodford county. Mil". Maiik Uaiidin, who nas been! ijiut' ill, is convalcscini:. Mivs Jokttk lhvi, of Mercor, Is vielt-ini! lUilj. m ou-vi- h Mrs. A. ii. Knstlniiil. Mit. K. I.ki: Dams, our enteumed Crab A.A.WABREN' SI Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses , Sealing Wax, Etc. Orchard scribe, , Wb are renie.ited to say that Mrs. l.ila Mooie, the temperance orator, will lee- Mm:hs, and two little tnr). ,.ro on c.Veiiliipi of the iL'th Wliter went to Hock Castle Sprints , nth. at c M , and on Monday, )ilerday. ,t,( t,,nlv ,.,,rt day, at 2.M. Mii. Maki mi T.Yi.iiii, of Huntinvrou W. h.. is wlih bur istor. Mrs. Dr. M. Ml. J. C. HoiiemXI: has I contract for hiiildini; the Middle and Houme. railroad and is Netting Mis" went to Sola- - lvttst Tcnnev-ea law force to work. It is yesterday to visit hor ststt r, Mrs. ready to put to be completed by January 1. J'hn S. May. M iss M v kIIky of Clifton Iforgo, t, Tim 1st of July has coum and gone is the guesl of her old school mute, and I would take H as a special favor if Mmh Kllen Itallou. who owe me would eall and settle. MissDoiti DicKKKsoN, of "t.iimnl, re-- thov Plctiso do nit ncglfct tliis as I need the irucd home with Miss Montlu Harris money. Mi. Kute Ibiddenir. Anion, Mns. S. S. j , here Wednesday. Win. skiuiiami: HjM'iit Tuesday in I uisville buying noods for his house. Hon. U. C. Wahkkn attended the Su- .rior Court Convention at LexiniUiu. Mn. C s. Mokkiikmi, of Princeton, is visitiiiL his former cIhks mate, .1. A. wbh l. out-doin- g TarEX.1. BORXNTG. I For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fresh Car-Load .. 1 - ! Hev. John Cell (iibson will begin a meeting at (ilade church, Madison counWell ty, on the loth. Hev. I S. McKlroy has moved his fauiilv to Lexington to bo more conven- - WVIIt iently located for the work he is engaged factory C. A. BENEDICT & CO., i Drillers f-the1- & Pump Adjusters, kv. Pumpi I TANFOKP, drilled to order !,, ' . the subject of religion, Dr. John Monroe, of Days tiap, Ala., Crazed on - nd irnuhcd at - - For Sale I of Kanawha Salt Just received by 1 1 .1 1 ati Wwib, of Springlleld, are visiting old frimids ami 11 'AtiveH here this week. Mks Jusii! i ins. Mrs. Mnnrtro Far- s and daughter, Jolt of D.uirlllo, aro r g if Mrs. J. 14. Fiirr's. Lackbv MiskCi.r ixii returned (mm a vMt to Mrs. W- I an. Kielils, at lA'xington. Mu. M rr Wooiimiv. dlspnti'lier on the Valley ltninch, liss had his (' ni'ived to Middlesboro. t l Kiiiimims and A Mishks Hil--ik Lou Dunn are visiting Miss Jninio Nb Kmney. of thu Weht Knd. iu Oi-iith- is niw her guenU Missus Dm si Axn 1 MiiiH-rlau! nni-an- very charming visit to to mortals which was Hull, at Winchester. m Tillie enjoyed. a Mnv I.mui Ciiiii o, of Louisville, Tin: strike of the few switchmen at ami Miss Fannie Hummock, or-- Illinois are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. ISratly. Louisville has s'opped tralllc on this diMit. John (. MiAutkii, of Knnis vision almost entirely. There has not Texas, is hem on a short busine.s trip. buen a freight train out hinee Wednes1 he Lone Star tate evidently agrees day and yesterday only one was sent in. wth him as he has grown very lleshy. Tholatest reports are that there hud Miss Pttik Tiumitof Junction City been no settlement of thu utrike. On have join"the guest of Miss Mary Sevoranre. the Short Line the braki-moM C. Iloslny, of Lincoln roun-i- v ed the switchmen, but that is not the Mattie is visiting the family of Mr. U. J. case on this division. .Ohley. Ixdianon Standard. Thk clever Jeweler, Mr. Uobeit Fen.el, Mit. W11.1.UM UrMiiiu.i:n and wife, Downs, ' received" a letter from Mr. P. T. ' Nevada, Mo., nr guests of Mr 1. .M. yesUrday, stating that the r Urn e and other friendshere. Mr. N'. had business of the L of The Democrat, n is editor been given him and that the change dm y, at his place, and i also connected would be made in a few days. Mr. W. Hepublic w th the St. 11. Meltoberts has heretofore been The busines h will necessitate CITY AND VICINITY. Mr. Fennel's spending a portion of one It is likely n democratic orator of much dav of each week at Rowland, but that etinction will address the people here will not interfere with his business here, art M MiMfMSis ami KtTTii: IUhiiivin ry had fallen to Af. bin k from n heat-tortured killed his live children and committed suicide. li. the orpurate limits rf Kovtland Dr. Morris Kvans, of Hichmond.who II I HAKM, Rowland. 6' is spending .1 few days with Maj. and, Mrs. II A. Kvans, will preach at the A FEW PROBABI LITI ES. Methodist church this. Friday, night. - There will be an Kpiscopal - service Fo.V nt the College chapel next Wednesday ,.. . elected i evening at - o mock. l.ev. w . 1. Miep-- i Wlll proU The Odd Felluws at tins place pfakHtunf ,r , n 1T1N ,ourtdaj., .1 iJ"l uin-i- n i;1.,wiii .rcnM) name a U10 follow ing ollirers Tuesday night: A. lliirl, Ol MarrOllsDIirg, Will OlllCtate. , U' candidate f r J .nty Judge. ho ill prnhalil he w.fi pri.iui.iy t.e the ,e,i county T. Nunnelley, N. i ; Waverly Hamilton, is earnestly hoped that every one who ). le.iani who '' .Sine, can will attend, especially those allilia- u.; John Menefee, Tr.-u- ; A. tesl with this church. ,; Peter Hampton. W. and H. Out in lied Cliil. Col., the other , ! A llimk on Ui.j Main Line, at - night, a preacher was putting up ono- of nol Hill, whIHi n.i"irr! at h r. v., Wud- the longest prayers on reconl, when a Lot on Main Street in Stanford! . m. ys- - good old brother, iiefiilay, Ulo.ko.1 the road till alter the custom of the Containine terday and t used a considerable deten Methodists, slipped in an "amen" while Term ey. walton, tion in the wnithboitnd mail train here he was taking breath, and the congrega iiiipoing the supplication was at Arrurt one of the hottest days of the tion. It was a fortunate mis- Houss ani Lot at Crab Orchard For Sale. an end, aro-very torrid spell, a cool wave struck this fellow might have been locality Tuesday night and continued to take, as the old A Home and Lot, . nintingof i4 A. re. Ic praying yet but for it. at Crali Orchard Ky and know n as the come, till yesterday morning the mercu, Twenty IJmldinjj Lots MAfil HABDIN Dealer in Fontaine C ISobbitt i- Groceries, Hardware, &c, Cor. Main and Somerset streets. ' s a I'EtlZ.Z" 1 'T" T1111-t.N- w - POP SA3U3 1 Having secured the services of tk , s,,d;TA7)H. THOS. DiUVTOlXr, OF CHICAGO, I am now fullv nrcoared to do e. It was u God-senf- l sin-eurc- ly GREEN-BRIA- R property, one lllo. trom I)cot 1 he house ntainm '.pa. tout room'., one latti eporih.one AND DRIPPiNfT SPRINGS. open porch aiul porn o, wii'i all tieceary out btiildini; Call onoraiMret D It. Kdmiitod, 10. ) Cimii Oik 11 a mi, Crab Orchard, K.. ,r me at l'inevil'e, Kv ; t SA.Ml tL HI AIK ,M l Hotel Katviud. i Sla-v- ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK AND All work warranted nnd promptly done. K.,July s watch-inspectin- g Hum-'arge- 1 To The Intkkioii Jotn.v.il.: WV are furnishing rooms at the rate of live or six per day, and as fust as . . . . . ' deire to el' my tarm ofartout ito a ret. iiu thev are niusnetl thev are occupieii. col aicd about n. mile north of Stanlord en the Hush llranch pie, oppotitc the old chnrth Ihere Taylor, the mayor of Frankfort, Ky., ate about 50 in wheat and rye; the balance in timothy with his familv, ten in number, is here ' of the farm well net l.lihnk.nil (icod dwelling .. .nl.mli.1 nt ffMir rfwim anH iu ell watered and fenced. I'on.esCn can for the entire Season, and is greatly barn; ., Ill be cien immediately. For particular, tru J. P. li pleased With OUr lieW resort. ai)ty, Stanford, or write the nnderiKned at K. wnnr.KS. have two handsome cottages completed Cincinnati, ohie. by aturday night. One is engaged by ' Lincoln Count; Bonis at Auction, Dr. Hush, of Lancaster, Ky., the other is to let to the llrst ntinlicant at S10 iter week for whole cottage, two large and Weiiieii at auction tefure the c rt houte 0fur ,n St"for' c" two small rooms, or S"i per week for one ' large and one small room. We will be .Holiday, 1890, able to tnke about 2 or .50 more board l'hat btmp cunty .out oh , ers next week. tlni-lunga- nd Farm Por Sale. 1 j ' ' ' A. R. PENNY.. j I DRUGS and JEWELRY Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware. July 14th, .. D. li. Sliri.HTKK, 10 Bonds of $500 Each, mierct ami MAMPDIEKT j MMiday. a switch-- ! Whiteley twine m agent for the I man at Rowland, met with a serious and binder and mower, the be- -t in the world. THE 5TH EXHIBITION painful accident Tuesday evening. He J N Menefee. coupling and went to hud just made a Tub second county court since the ep out of the way when the car caught i hange of day will be held next Monday, olu. 0( j,iH f,.et and literally tore his right Fortunately he did not when the prospect is there will be speak- - l,.i. to piect-s- . .ng galore. let the train pass over him, hut by al- . . I, eie u0!4 Herculean strength huKcpthimsen ice lamine tnreaiens im. he got n disiatch out of the way and caused the car to Hampton tells us that of yards. The other vesterday that the ice car would not be slide for a number foot are also badly hurt and it I.,, till next Thursday. mav be that both legs will have to be ,Vill te Held3- -. He is a young man and be- Tiik contract for the Swopo monument amputated. F. Francis, of Rich- - 8j,e8 being a good one in his business is herefrom tiarrard. Mr. Jack Adams,' has been let to Sr., had a serious fall Wednesday while It is to be of granlto and one of exceedingly clever and obliging. mond. walking along the street. largest in Central Kentucky the Suicini:. John Wearen, the young You ask in your last issue why Mrf. Tiik blackberry crop is said to be unu- - mnn wjl0 has for a number of years been Josephine Henry, the prohibition candi-sually fine this season. At ono of the agent and telegraph operator at Paint laj doesn't speak at Stanford. Aotictsi jTWith a T"- stations on this division this week the Lick, committed nuicide Tuesday morn- - J(re posteu lier0 aunmiiiciug mm u train was delayed hall an hour loaning jug by cutting his throat with a razor, will speak at your place in connection The cause for the rash deed, it is thought, with Hon. John A. Brooks, prohibition them on. BIG PREMIUM in J8SS, on preacher, was the excessive use of whisky, but candidate lor Hauiiv Wilson, the blind shortage in his accounts no doubt July loth. who stole n bible and misbehaved gener- a little For pswiisart uil ctlulosrue d.ri4 etl'ect toward bringing about the "Is them tlmr things totin the ally around here, is brought to notice had its suicide. His otlice had been examined news when they are chuckin'that wayV" II. COOK. Sevretarv, agai by having stolen a boy from a by a railroad official a week previous Such was the question propounded to Hut n'M, K filil Little Rock, Ark., couple. and finding that Mr. Wearen was about tho telegraph operator hero the other 100 behind he was promptly discharged. Di:. IinooKS, who ran on the prohibi lay. Tpon being informed that such will speak sinco his discharge he has been under for tion ticket was the fact, the questioner further; on prohibition generally nnu for .Mrs. 1 10 iniiuence of liipior and was mii thu asked: "Do you hear anything goin" on Himry, its candidate for appellate cltrk, vt.ruu 0f delirium tremens when seen in tho world." on the llt ),jK boarding-housof KENTUCKY. tlio night before particularly, at the Miss Daisy Lynn, a handsome Row-le- tt :!() p. v. l.Vh at -the sad ending of his life. It is said 18 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS. young ludy, has returned home afIik.no the local in our last issue in re- - that he was insured for tl.OOO. Mr. ter a visit to relatives in this Jyru'iiltuvnl, Scientific, Emjl-iiwriiiwas unmarried; C.s'.n Ira I, nil to Will Hatcher's return, Sheriff Wearen "" "! "'"'1 wwas a good bus-- county. Mrs. Georgia McClure, of Mn. KO wad i' was here during the week. School, Aradrmlr, Commercial n Duncan, of Wayne, deputized Mr. r - Irani ... r. ........-..-.-- - :i!iii Mnt mm nt Once to " . liiuruuiiiy murm uiif, imiui Kiiutviug Fannie Adams is in from Oklahoma to ami Milltanj Courses of Staa". ... the taste ci whisky. Like many young this place to arrest and bring young! men, though, he was led off, and once he relatives. Mr. J. It. Cass, agent at COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. Ilrodhead, is happy over tho advent of a Hatcher to that county, where hit is acquiring the taste could not quit t!oa-tlieuso boy. Dr. liailey has been down a numr'alltrrmbfglnnNeplrMihrrlOlii.lMM. for cutting John Savago several wanted rmlllc5(l.Ml olU Ilia remains were interred in the ber of times. Mr. M. J. Miller, Jr., will in dormitory fiperweek ;ln prlate exauilimtlou M, Knr CutaloKU? and eiitranre to vers ago. He is now under airest and iiuihtk aililreM JUuuiuoici vcJticij, u cunrounv mici- - go to Texas shortly to take a position in Mr1, Hardin will return with him JAMES K. PAHEnSON, Ft. D., LeiiHglM, Ky. noon. a bank. or I.Kt.s Mahmkii. Kd Klders, coiu-pun- v. . . 1 f NJ. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE GOUNTY. The L. it X. now runs its trains to l'limll )IIIIK"" JUOk ' VJIIHI "71 i....uv. , land (iap. Nearly all our prominent citirens are leuMiig their lands to the oil Machinery will arrive in a few weeks and work be commenced. Will Dunn, of check notoriety, got in his work on Mr. 1). C. I'oynter, one of our merchants, while on the train com ing up from Jxuisvillo one day last week. One dollarand a half wan the si.o of it. Miss Augusta Frederick, daughter of Abraham Frederick, formerly of this county, now of California, is attending' school in Germany. Tommy Adams is Hearing! per ei,t ear tedetmablc i iu i to The Best Railroad Watch. WATOT9 75 THOMAS W.VARNON' li II II K CIIOPEK, CARPENI'KR. C6iamtlee C M 'd. O w U 3 --i Q n Hustonville Fair If5 tx y . SLJr Main s. y o Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. J S WELLS, Ph. G. B. H. DANKS, Jowolor, .i i..AN. Preac. Ollc. j July 22, 23 and 24, LIST. MoROBEKTS, Street, Opp Court.Houtc, SI ANFORl), Ky DR. ELLIOTT'S m vice-preside- ml IB Medicated Food, A Suro Curo for ell Diseases in T , vice-preside- STATE GOLLEGE tri HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Arising from Impurities of the Blood, and (rem functional Derangements. A DEAD SHOT ON Court-Hous- e e WORMS, AND A CERTAIN two-week- s' ff, PREVENTION J, Pine-vill- e, ' "" Xornial 11 .... R IVnny, Vt ckit Sunford, W C Frr..ilcb N .V 11 J nci, Ml Salem, W I McC any, Drugifist, Kinctville; C C Uoovh .V t Wavnekburs , W I! M I'hirson, Kowliid; I K Kouten, Oruggiit, Milledpevillc' Y Arthur elller, lrui;$Ut. lieneral Merchandise, I'reachertyille ; J. A M'llliams, Drmrsnt-Cra i Or hard W It C amrm Kinney. C H Baler, C.eneral Merchandue, Hichland OF HOG CHOLERA. IUiley, (.eneral Mer hjixlne, l'urnen.ille; ij. .t BRYANT to-da- y ! & STRATTON Business College hook KerptHU, Short Hmnd, Ttltyraphv, So W ifV I 10 I WHffitr ttolatvvu una full UtfvrmutlT. bVUI9 WllalaBiy IV If 1 . 1 A J:' . - i i rt it r lffllSlJSJ'tL rarfln t an iim " '?iW','"r"TJy,,PSr? rrrn wiw'arly5iill!H!PiBBIWBBBiBBBiB iiiwiii ft'"",,'""'tt,'w iibb in a m ' i w in " iimipwpwi i """" iwpip " r " ;nr--- - -- rvpW---w i i - !! ir n m - y Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal nd Friday AT DAUGHTERS OF EV5. RAILWAY I he leiiutli of BREVITIES. LIGHT (SoiKi AND AIRY. J AS. C. OIVKNS MAIll.MON. v ' C)Li2HISYIUt r v. Publianod Every Tuesday SM JPKK. YKAU.IX AUVAXCK $3.50 will be charged." - rVhen not so paid K.C. at S LOCAL TIME CARD. a. m., returning Train leaves Rowland at AQ P- rn L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 1 Mail train coins North ' South..., " 1 50 p ni . . . Express train " South jjjam North.. 630 m Loral Freight North. 5 33P" bourn- The latter traini at so carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time. Sohr time it about ao minutes faster 50 1 1 . . am 16pm 11. n eVo.i.n to theSlh Distrm suhjea 10 Hie will d the Democracy Is a Candidate (or JAMES B. NcCREARY this, Wess RICHARD C. WARREN Candidate for Auditor of the State of tucky subject to the will of theDrmocr.ujnirt lia h V MISS KATE BOGLE Monday n August next for reelection to the of Common Schools. Election orticeofSu-p'rlntende- hrl V. II. MILEER M. county in the In a Candidate to represent Lincoln Constitutional Convention Jailer 1, the nominee of the Rtpnblu.in party fo rat the of Casey Counts and .i.kt yoi.r sppou August election J. BROWN Dr. A. S. PRICE, L1I!LLU iiT.. n SUROUtiX DF.NTIST. IJrygbtore, bianfenl. Miii tret. OltT V. It. Mi. Roberts' Miiip. I).nioret, 11 dark fnccil French lady, hits furnished icecream iintl confeerio'iery for all tin presidents bark to Huchamin. Miss Mntul H. Starkweather, of Hoston, has made 11 successful debut in "La at tlieCostangl theatre in Home. A new dramatic soprano has appeared lu lniwlii 'Tlii..iiivp4." Shi I Mlliv Kloniiii. timl lias a powerful voice, well cultivated. She comes front Mli llnniiali I'urtls, of North l.wN-burg- , O , ii one of the few women who are authorized to solemnly; uinrriHg.ss. She is 11 minister of the FriendV church One of t lie smartest lawyers in Nebraska i !lrs. Ira L. Likes, of Hayes City. She is otily - years old, but her ennrr at the bar has d far been remarkably .successful One of the most prominent of the ante war writers of novels and miscellanies. .still livinir at Klixalielh Oakes Smith, HollywtKKl, N. (.'. She I.s 4 jcaN of ne. The eldest daiiKhti-- r of Count Tolstoi at tends to all hi business correspondence, ami, without disturbing her father, semi, answers to nearly all the pttrnoual letters. Marietta Hoi ley, theauthorof the lamed ".Josiuh Allen'.s Wife" pajK-ts.- , Ik'uii her liter.iry areer when .scarcely more tinin a child Slie is siid to lie. ane.Mreiuely Ihmu-- t if itl womati. Jessie Car.son, a plucky girl, has for several PMrs leen ilrlvinti a stuye ltweeti Osa,7e uud Park Uapld, Minn. Site make', three trips n week, winter and summer, raiu or shinu, cold or hot. Mr. Stuart lJubsoii wits one of tit" most devuttxl of wives She never wn on the stage herM'lf, but sheitccompanied her husband on all of id tours and was widely known and much beloved itt the dn malic wot Id. 311k'. Sophie KiilVaUvii-.il- , the bride of Mr. William () IJnen, the Irish editor .,..,.,., , .. .i......i.... ,.r ..I ...1; 1.. merchant of Odessa. She has translated1 sevorsil lMiks on political and social economy trom Knjzlisli iuto l'rencli. Mt-s- . Catherine Sharp, of Philadelphia, is I1C years old and lives in a house with live KPncratioiis of her otl'spriu;:. all of whom, with one exception, an- - of the .. 1 the vunnl mull they nearly tjiirl. the tim- - ,He l ,illM J "llU" 'rieml.-IIa- .,H nol lining lu this wav thecar b.u.esa. kind of piston, actitis; lu the tunnel as a' Tlie Wujs of (iruliis. cylinder, and the ulracts - an atttomntlo "Xt-ii," tlie emltifiit literit- desruudlii brake to cheek the speed oi a, was 1,04 miles. - Del Fishermen will Ihj glad to learn thnt it U .tutyplnv. Ip'i and . proioeil to build 11 railway up to the l."'tv lour or ld Cml,lominminn, ft nlxr Lauds bought on Correspondent Kangeley takci In ,,aie. 101 vr toll. ile4 hit figured out that the oash j nut slielmln littlj xsjkemMsf.H- u stUn' an her Somebody table; value of an ordinary passenger train 0:1 one THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL An" D.a llroj.ni. "Ontr' sty lie. of the. eatcrn roads is about HlW.tVM- ill, Um wather w will lie." Ik; ,ni. It is ..aid that a through line J. II OWENS, Maliaircr 01 ull,Ml.,li,tvsiMl,u.,L.fh..iCiit. struetcd from New lork to Australia via Ikmiuii tiuu lie lot.1. Clevelainl. St. Iiuis, Forth Worth. Mexico ju,t thm the lml It rs pdiif, ami the I'.uilic ocean to Melbourne Air nv s.ill luil enuaicti. I have taken charge l ihis pipular bote, the wnUin -- hlom .iMinrfl Twothinls of the paswiujer cars in An,lielipi;i.-ln.i- n and intend tr run it in a tint cla r.nnrcr in every eiiulpped with safety chains. , Americt ate ..'.MMuulm. tl. '.y. retpeii It is liemf pspered anri is. led I rum A t.1 llkiltllll I if lOttl'f It 'I till bllil llo. fVMMflt V tp tr UatiMii. theI.brdilmi;it is liem renovated andr . . -i'and lumfert-ahlentiling done inte ,iel.llfler .,.,,,. fl)r ,', w " "'' "V11 fVr'JV.'Tj IPIIII II IWf .......... , I ' t'l le ..rp lor eets riif ta'.V b ,1: llJ road- -. iie: i. IIVVKNS J by hotels in tl" set tion -l- l.trjrsi l4ipUn. The train which recenilj tsirrieil the outperor of .lapait to Xitigoyu lnnde. it is said, ' A I'rlend In the in'st reeonl ever reported over a .lap i iip mad. It tniversed the ilUtnnce of 224 j Clevetttm I nut seri(iitslyisiute"ii,Utiin tulles lict u ecu Tnkionnd Nniptyii itt nine j the advisability of nettlnu .u nien' .'t re.stntir.itit. II jw much did It owl .iu and a half hours, iiieludiuK Mtopp.ti'. Tl... vicLMnlHtp 1ms 1mu uniir.iijstil for when you tried it hist jear .see. D.tshmvn.v I.et me ..., If I. IV nUt , invfiti.ui Mf.ilinies: M..i,." i r...u r mil.. . ', .......-.'I .. t.iiiu. tsiilltu ripmiymytvMauraiH tun wnn'Nit.. !i Kiiii' vi.l.. I oMHsndnl oitmy bt-- ak .st(K:k, jK-- r tulle. fa.OM. avrmta- - buildings dollar .1 week. i'"l. J" l,liel' 'tv.'MK'd ev in each oitiniv in Oliio. $:Cl04: inoituy. fl",t (t ci'iH- -. anil my dtnm-- r ,im.iiMit) credits, etc., rM per mile; tooU. rt( .. Ill uty-H- ' ' " ,l"1J;,r ,"'1 !l each count v. Sl-- per mite The cars on the .T.mufnm n.ilway lmv ,0 Z"tT '""st,1 l" '''' 'l'"1 by ; ; utovabie .laps, which may be Ttu?t SJM ' ' ' 18W , ! new rn lway l.ullt . u tb Lniteii Mates in tlio first four months of, tit Meet III Cousin. 8lW w wRl f Mnanl P.Ubrlok Morlarty vr nu a lutle party " tlio lire p jr from Cniti' atr.u to GlYEHS X MMIMOH. KBALESTVTE. Plucville, Kentucky. Nt4tT l IMMII Ill CHICASO itIS Xr? - A NKAV FAST MAIL CINCINNATI . ..' , . I LOUISVILLE & Did), Sttures 1'rateleis, Harrodsburg, Kentucky. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE 111 - - .., - V 1 f " i !e-l- ier Srl, Kver itteinpted between the real commerctil cities on the Ohio Kiki and Chicai(o, and henct the fastest time and in.ssi ..omftiriible trains between all points in the South, er ta the West aad Northwest. 1 he counlrriiarief this train on ill trunk lines it denominate J The Limited Express. The superb tollin; stock we employ ives patrons L'nlimitad Say M tion, ct .Motwn and slick n Monoti, it ymi uam to save mane)' and hove pleasant jour-n..r lull inf.irmallon, time cards, n ..r addre.s ft . f I e nuts, folder., 1 ; Js UV I. liltSll.T liKKrK O II IV M, ROIlKMJs. I' ,V ,li llt,K. v.hK.i.. Ill , - ...--.,- -- .. .... Al , .Suiifou ' M '"" YA200,11799. Rr.lH.I In II I !,. evp-unle- "Z Tu n. J. T. STJTT03ST A CO., rri'ly to il I'oaled April . it'i "'"''"'" litiA.tr. . HUSTONVILLE, KY. Its- - car. ...... Theccutenari.-tJ R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. Hu"t street, opposite i'ortman painless for Nitrous Oxide lias extractins STANIORD, KENTUCKY. upstair. Office on Main scn years old. Mrs. Mary II. Smith, I July Vernry, of Loudon, was once a warm friend of Lord Byron, of whom she lias many entertaining reminiscences. Shu Uanrettv little ray huinil Inly, and is best known to the world probably front the fame of her noted sister, Finrviico Mile. Sarmi'sa Ullcesco is the youtiK who recently irrtuluMted in law in 1'aris. She is 2i years of anj and is described as jjood looking. She was jcrul-itateanil belles lettrcs at at 17 and also took the lir.st priatd there as a pianist. d Lillian Klvers, a yoittti; woman who Kou-iiiatii.iil lltti-hiiresore-ute- iiasonela;it;hter, I I The railway bookstalls on the .state Hues a th in Uel;ium are at! io In- Huds it hnprsihle to prevent their keepers front Moiling Kreneh liotik of the most obj.i tlonnble kind. All publishof woriv. like t nose of M i. iin.i . ln are to be proseiuttfil with the utmost rlitor of the law It is stnted that the number of pjrAOtt ' killed b the railroads in A.iieiica iSttritt;' the je-t- ending .luiic Inst w.i ..'.t ami the nui..!- injured M..r.i Dirinu the. year the. iiki ii raihvtis(itrri-,i- I7i.l7l.-JH'l Missefv s. so that one jiasencer in; every l,.iSt.i:tl was killed and one 'i.isnen-iter in every -- ),)' I was injured. ik'iijiimhi Hurst, one of the lirt eniriueiTi cmpLiyed tin the Krie rtiul, died -l Nl recently In New York, e.irs, He, u one ot he company V engine- - fir (ifty His sinnmary ills h .!,. f mm year the ttuiiM:iv'is sri?e in KM (KHaHiouc.l which' the llrst iMilrmd tri!;o in AmerU-nj led to his prompt kv-crtimer :i-t- oils'., thlni 111 the I'ml.'it sVsusf lin II c t.ae a full sto.k of Cases and (.aSKet.nl j kind, tnd Kobei , Oiirheir.e, K is nearly s . r'.nlist of e.ery description If ohlsiBcd ' short nonce Mr r;tiir.kel 10 hi visitor, "the t 11 ., sol'.ii new can becharnfrnr business and will J. sbttv (reen has . spur, no ntiuirvas no ' :nie stjinnlus.. 11. on' itspl in an one needing auythinst in om Kiud Hi- - tretsim-- s rjini forth ".m'i'hiih Inr Arc still in the biist'ies. and iy ; Wlm Is it. M'iriu for i;ro"vriis naili, hey! .he lttt i scoutnlb 1 If he coitus a;a(u bl.ir- - l!:.i mhhile ul !iet mouth I'll skm htm n'.ne. Niw'. iir, as I vrws abaut to observe." etc -I promisf.. fl. tf nny;ntl,in'ily. !iMjJue-tl- II- 11. !'; 4 Thtt li,iy v.i. '.- lid' Do 1 - . In no Ssf -- KO!.I. .it, ul K.jud 8., tei.ird j isi,. an. jo more in tb jo list. I irst dam sioKdi- - 4am ( Yuba, tuotd ttK) lly IIUI.MKM.sitcof Nut. oust, t 14,. dam Vssusn; IVriia, t Dam tf Vohairr 1 .re ot llessemer tVJ Dam of IVilMm , ,,. (.iif nt MlnnesHika r;i,. ot Ilymea. ear old retold s) 17. DamafChtlde llaralu, mile record in 4'n& land j.. lirtssdsjamolCoatiaH;)! siren! Cttsttmote J w') 1. rand i4amt uba ; lly MAMIIRINO ClllKI,.it ..I I adv Tlmme lecsirti 1IS4. j Dam I'oltia, by KOIMU'CK. lt ,t 1 1 io " Dawb Wllll'l'. l'h above 1 Chic: l 1 HlolisYin- -- 1 I come out Oh, I forjrH. Sutnewii rr Dumpsin nlniut forty to nothing In favur of tht Athleti-s - How did the btsslmil ttniue A Koui;li Kstlmitta. The BEST FLOUR is the 1 tso measure ol his tpee.1, wssespsx-him luoundct so thtt Kail. YAZOO ill make the on lb tarm uf S llsssjie ,V Co.. sii.er I're.k, K)..l mile. fro. Rk, hmnl oh Ihc I arKMSKi turnpike. t s4 sasn At $40 to Insure. Hit oldcM cult S lkr . W , .i- " Keihsnn i'liat' kind of a rotih esti matt-- . Isn't, t I)uiiiis"y Well. es; rut her roimh on the, other tiiue. f'urliiii(t4in Krxtn PVs. CREAM r (.lmiit' mu) ear-oM- ill iTa r air- - a( m . ni pff tU ja I wii il vhir tit rnt t ii.t iwMini Jrr i y ftnti or t i.'C . Ill UN AM ii C' i OLD KY. ROUTE Mioi.s.pp. SiCii Ne.i Vpsli .i S .l.sl ,V , The rvlnst-ttemea- Tv rnl sui'in V.'nrlil. DR. W. B. PENNY, IDIOMS OF THE TURF. i In 14m trrss. No-t- r th brjuiM's il ry pfesitn. llMt I'vis i(ul lUr Minpuic t.mi.iu'lie. Uisis svr FLOUR made by the Lexington Roller Mills Co., Lexington, Ky. first-cla- ss Washington, Philadelphia Baltimoro, Now York, - 4 A p-- s ii l I rams to .l.ei t u ' ! ' Dentist. recently Office South side Mam street, in office vacated by.Dr. I. r Huffman, ManiuriU Ky. REMOVED! ... hae I l.Vn,.-.l- timrs. renwned n.T offue to my residence, oppo Ljlleiro. here H will.be louna at an II LOU RK1I). V4 - V J J. ALLEN AIWOOD ALLEN & ATWOOD, RISHL ESWTE EGEKTS. Johnson City, Tenn. WI.AVRES JAS C. villi .1 half-kardiamond se: hi one of iter front teeth. The effect, when she smiles, is st.irtlinic. When Klien Terry played at Lucy lliuk- ..ll.. l:itit.Als.l I.W, t.lll. . lsil.t.tlt ill w speak. a scrvnnt with only-'in- e line to ..l.w. The: applauu- - sii surprised her that she . tut, actor; that line wn.n ami nunoiiut-e. . ... .... ..K ....... ...-- ...... ....ni.- - ..i-of the part she was; stead of the I,,uIHe- ( ' '.-- sensation it yettr ao byvscnplny fnim the liethany college at Topeka, ICau., app. ftrcd on the .streets of Philadelphia .1 j;t ...i-i...- ,.... OlYLXS. AYRES&GLVENS, Attorneys ,at Law, isomt noes called "n woiirer" ittothm of Hie lustd and 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. neck while in motion. S'l'eie Ili.ilJii'St. STRAY BITS. .stable for the pur-- , r pose of picking ut. itifonnatlon and hc!1I- The word "its" only occnr.s once in the it a iv termed "touts." . ,', whole of the Hllile. on the "Left ut the iKtst isn trni One htndred atidilfiyinlllloncorksciew rituuiii turf, wlture n liore sJt0n for CsS: Trtnier lid Handler of i;?" mces, bill refuses, lopinu. atv ntj.de yearly in New .Icrsey. Harness and Saddle Horaes and Canada does an extensive business In A hor-- e iss-ti.- l to le a Kood or bad, home mule cliees.'. In lJs.vu its exports ".i.v:ili" as wjpmis his ability to get dealer in Fancy Roadsters. amounted to .'vi.UM.OvU pounds. quickly Ivck to i.ie projmr K,it. Horses Iwught and sold ..r a sery small per cent. The mdia rubber ttx'e snws wiUl lu I.ee A horse out of condition, off t lie feed, or) years etperieme in iw .iuu.v-ftmiu (iirtiier iimj or turf citintj, J"la mid in Fort Myei- it is iise.1 C. 1' SANDIDCK. Stanford. Ky. 3oas a Minnie auu oniainental tree. traiiiinj.' i, Mtyled as "utw wronK." Kiirht southern states pixnluced lit.UOLUM OLD a ince t'ant niiii.s at gate money only, tons of coal in lSs;, an incrwcs.. nf l.Xtf.UXI while ptvfeIiiK to Ihj for a pur or i,rjx,.t is ..alleii a "hippodrome" HOTEL. t.nis over the amount produced in lass. The "living" port ion of th.- White House; A "mile and t?,eat" race is one i:i which 1H'S1'N II. IE. U iltiito small, ititisistiiiK only of (no tied-!,- , udle Ih troltetl .tud theu repeattl. the Hour and . each mile Uiinj; the winner, GREEN, - - Proprietor. room and thesei'oud room on the the dining! heirac mi- other tifst Jloor. A hoI..e Vml W1H wlt ,, t tll ait, f ,K Aiimiu;thec'iuseHof inetvated Insanity; und ti l!.c .sheer f.rv of his own Having 'cused Ihi. .. w h'.tel.'.iefitted and f am prepared t.ciomniiidate the put-- 1 in toe Inits'il State-- , is too much aMlllcial irnishrd, fctj i st.1 Id with (Ilia jockey'sj tjood .Bjna.-istyle Rutei re c in lii;ht, too Inuc nit iutietl. Ariiilcial liirht hands dow u." aifivhed 'W" pottritiK in tlntiuulr tlru windows of the l.ivery and Sample llwra. "i'l.e "rui;" is the main Itoily of in brtdii itivukeii- - the" millions of sleeping. . ; . iHiitK ueUlmr the lc;nler mr tho (clUi.i tiie hahiti.tlo.i, when durkiiesn is 1'js.' litter of whuai am termed1 . needetl for rest and repair. In." DILLIONS SWITCH, KY. . t l'lve p iMtidn is the average yearlj esiu ' .1 i tivu' .s a limit led term wulcli. Mimpti.iti 01 in the 'tilted Mates1 i'i i Heller In :ioti to tbx-- turf. that a . for each p"ison three of Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps times, us much is in the count'-)- smoked i.i it. iott win.i.tgM IsMhiiiU tkot he chewed a- - is 110 !. , Is the form of litrs; twelve, time-Hoots, Shoes, (.'lotion,:. Hardware, s j Philippa lawcett displaje.l great' anil complete seir control in t (..snuiiuation it. which M,e won the ne mine miovtf lae suinor ivr.iuuier. slept every nij;ht as soundly a ever in her itiolly, dellb- life. She wrote her pa.-renitelv, without erasure, and sh.s did not! A p'twr from the feel tired at the end. Mi.-- s coolm-stv.-en- s Itt-- r , The "quarter pole" Is the llrst illvitlhi',-- j j Mv srlrl sims ull and pitsiiiK Mr. line of n iu!J.trrtc!t. In p't'ilrnm: A fuv that' A horse having a jpilt lttwen a pace and Hut stieelootst aatsr Msn. a trot is called a niektK".' Awl TblMg ar skliH is a liorr- t:nt Iimi. heart in lmt tdey sent A "Hi' race; a 'ilutrei'" or bolter. Th rich itim cul In. coujxia Iwnds. A horscth.it is broken winded or btwtthe.s And rlveili a stylish teasu. I r. "roarer." A iiMtvHe'h eye lie mn't ps Diistnjjii, laboriously is wille j And lint A race in which all thcout.-OMThlns jirm k"Momi what tiiey sm L. styled a walkover. "I one are withdrawn -- Kisanii'y l.otwi!- A record which bars a horse fnini enter- I m; InJti a slower diss Is united a "tiinr I'lciit) of i:ernUibar." PrKstl Dnptor Yoit are niw ciua horse I. to ntn lilm into T "cm ,Ir-nwi n , lu, i, ,.x,.nl,e. aiiotliemiNl Ittjure Ills llttilw s.. a, to tit , y ,,, s!.,mi.i rlk ttxi' twuntv llilr. i inil.., ,,,..,.... l A horto that lves way and fall isehliull an objk? ll Pat ritfht, doctor. the moment he is utht up wKli N.s.iltl; I'll nayei itniuml try! nt; to barrow i'iioiixIi t" pa; to "cntck." Vork Weekly yollr w,icn ., (p lj; , fl t, hint to lose h nice he is suid to hae 7" ThMss .irf Al rtliul ittey n atl H1 S Ht.li inr i..e. Isiif ' It ' ML (O't'-.tr- lim I .tvl in Hlot I.. I' io iff I si For sale by all ' SI A I HISS . rt-r- - 11 Ut Grocers. Don't fail to use Cream Flour if you want good Bread and a happy Cook. Lie Slantorst " " Worcester Mntehad l.nsnjlat .. . K. V. JsttKiHi Ml Methtis Dai!) 'la.tMa.l Atcon , tta,!, I)i(, tprvss K Suss 4. Sua. 11 ji n n r j 1) am it n i. m, 11 4a am 1 jop- a pw 1. 4) ttta t. 40 p- I Olive Hill . " A.hUnd . - Ili-f- " j.u. font--Al,i:i.-N0- - rippSgj- - M l.tr lluNlinzfeM. rr rharleMun ' t ii'tost ojc ' I m htstrt; I " Csileltbttre. lluiillnxtao . 4 J Mt ., t si r" 10 o prni 1 . pm pm, s )o pts . 10 4 11 ptt.i 1 v pm . . . it iu am V p" 1 s ptt) pat 7 ,0 pm tl J. r I T 11 l J 44 " Waihinjtou " llallimore " hiUdelphU. Sew trk. ' KuhimmJ, ( l.arlottc.vtlle am am n' tf. Htn i S it pw pin m j9 pn ., " ti..lViniCml,.t Xorfolk. ....... leasing . j 1 to pm pm 4 ,. .. . I , s ,..,," In. as ' I . i Classic .'Insji-- , llar I ioi-y- HiiU8i-p.iinar.im- t.overuor kouuimoii.oi ici. tucky, w.u recently Mtwing ritmy hi and tile, when nme one asked I1I111: "What are ' "MMimiiK JwiMwiyiiist.r A nejirte-v 01 k ' t I . lail. ettept s m.it .nnts K. Itttio. , ..1 j- n v, m Kr jii.I I . t C. T. SiOraiDGOG, -f ( ' . I : j ud To1,'' tnrihm iuii.in. lit "nt vorl "' "'"Is-1- classic reiilkil: "Tiiat what ain't ot ntiy tum-tmo-sis- o '1p '""lr; Kxrhnii J1",.. j, j - -t Jiuapas-itiittsi- l i ijiiestlmi of Tl "SiMiivthtiuoimhl toUjiloneulMtut Ham ,enmHti." vihl Chappk.. "I saw him the L ot,er ni:ruitig with a dross on." IlnissMrsuiit ii In the uiormiii;- I)res p.. You lniiist lie mintksi Ulwitiimc Mill A - ' s&vsl&D v I v: r... I -- sizar .I'lispatih s.hingt. nan,! ,I. ion .0 4 - t, m J...I) sta.iftttsj it 7 p t mail Itoa. Hi. l...i.m,l. . ami all points 4 .lall.ir. ir j. t,I jll 0' Hulilinxioii ) no..i. daily estept Sin-i. u, Stanford 4; A otimodalinn Irmi, tlttv.llill aad inttf div . . ni. Kiclimuad, K . aad ssolnUstn Ih K t H e armesai SI iinctin ,0., a m, , lit Similar io j, llr .nt'iiikel te.l tta.l .a N. N AM ( o I ll s t It I' A l.n.innali , t V ' .: ''. . r.i I W Vfiliiu't t i.i C R tltt ii. N. Vork.PMItdei ml. arrises at -, on at Virch.s K Jn4 .i, I , 1. ,),,, di.. '! t WHIS lt "Twii-tlilrt- y -- 11. m." Harper'n lti.ir. In I "I . si-li- Jess Thompson, Kentucky Centra! R.R. '.'JUal'K (.IfA-- st-ikc. EEffllERFORD rai-e- . k. - wi-ni-- .iK T.-V- re-- 1 t.-- tirst-iia- .s e irnplciis.iiitn.iss, 'Marriise It lliihsxl a liRterj,"' Tutitlioddy, afturtt tl." with his wife "Ami we latin dnnv.nii ,'' ivim ned the lady. T., soiiiewhat um.i a I ' "Ah" "Vvss. You ot a oipltii! pi-and I took the I mhIi." Harper's Ha n A lit internal , boi-sw-a J.H.HILTOH Queens-war1 I i ::.:, whi-ii.er1 ra-je- , I '. tob-uvi- t . i.K-- tu i i 1 . A t.ieut lti'iiiril. "Wttat sort of a reistaiiriitit is thin wait vt" he nski-- the fi.'t of 1l.1t xi Iijsim' h thu xl"sV.'ll,ilettfiietl to apjtro.!man sr sir, I know ouh n. omnlng Jicro kteady tor a noon he liriiiK yet." -- riiiladeljihia Tinii- d i . tin-e- Q MliSfl Svtity S?.mmm. ." 'iB'ihX 6fA sa mile-the II ' sU, ! K, wtji"ii;. at Tho Shortest and Qulckudt Itouto from Central Kentucky to all point North Haet, Wont and South-WeHast Llnobotwoun Loxlngton nnd Cincin- nati. St HHit'I.KIX Hound. I KFKKCr MAN . s HO 2) Si, an .o I ., a m a ni .M, 4. I ve Cms. tonal. I.v m-ir- Genoral Lino of Crocerios, Fan y Cand.es. C'nis Ties &c. All kinds of I'rodiuf taken in evchange for (osds. ..si,-rKi e, I. . inn;re, Kurnttnre and a iin;t'i, H'h). ' c!i.diii'ii.eailure-.siimlisiKiiuti:?Suirerer I called, doctor, to sW If you hi Italy the toll is '20 tnt- for I .I word. could relieve me of this e.crueLitiiiK pain from a bad tooth. and cent f r each iwhiilhitial word. I'untiM- -. .nanny, iiiiiuaiu. In Kriiador the toll is ill rents for llli niu AND NASHVILLE LOUISVILLE into my drawing room. Chicago Time.. 411.0 cents for ltw;ords. wonlb.nutl in lu I'ortnal cents Is the toll for the, RAILROAD. Wlott .tlHile Him l.i.to. t word ami cent for each additional Vou aru half .School Teacher sftrcly the (.re..t word. In Turkey the "toll N 2 and 4 cent,, per! 'ni hour h.te thi, lu.irniug. who was "kept in the, lay THROUGH TRUNK LINE. wonl;ati.l in Vene.uela, SO cmt.s for 12 iH'fore) Yes'ni. It was lale yetenlay wor,j, To The wlieii I got home. New Vork WVcklj. hi ('ermaiiy, the toll is l.l cents per ROYAL FLUSHES. the minimum being 14 cents per' The .lliitrliiKinlul l.ti'lr.-jiiictxage. With (jiiciMi Victoria's dinner hour Is not until links Viuks married a woman of Intelin the evening. At about 11 xhe retires 2." In the United States the toll ranges from lect, didn't he 10 words, cording Io the cents toil for to her private apartments. Winks I tlon'i know. Why tlistance. Jinks I notice he never has any buttoint The .sultan has pardoned all pii.otiei-In the Argentine Republic the toll ii. 40 on his clothe.. New York Weekly. Louisville coir. ictcil under the common law in the cent n for words, and l ctuh ad-ll of Crete whose sentences do not To Nashville, ' ditioual 10 words. three yeans. Memphis, .jixll.lls In Mill. Prince and Princess Itadzivill having t rt lu Honduras the toll Is i cents for 10 Kakir Neckties, .siicpender.s Atlanta, tl ainouni ' UalHMiiiy thaiightilyi the esamplo of giving dinners in the laiM Do I look like a w,sVi worU. Montgomery, Knglisli man who'd wear a twenty cent nccktier tower. Taris .society is following the Little Rock, lou. These dinners come )ery high, but I" Denmark, Sweden ami Norway the, Veil, haf some for ten cents, toll is la. I cents for 10 words, and l.'ii for mister. Texas riiftlm?s. Orleans. . thev must have theiu Mobile and New I'rince Hlsmarck purposes forming 1t 'acJi additional word. In the Cape colonies the toll is 1 shilling a museum of the maiiv lifts Ills 1'lnlrlflltf. Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. that e made him. The place of fur l" words, and .sixpence for each addl- "IMik here; why don't you Introduce S.otior in the will to a iionui live wonts or part meteor. Only one change to points in me to jour friend." portr.i: ., tiie pi ssent emperor. In Houmania the toll is 1..VI it- nth per "Not If know it; I'd sooner lend you I'riiiiv(-"irgeoWalesiitteiidel a alta- word; in Slam, fnim !B cent to i'.l.M pijr live francs injvlf." L'KlbettvIen. , word; in Switzerland, l'i cent per word. tioiiAeiiiyineetingiluiiinchisl..,1-s,IIHllxEMIGRANTS ' hood- , lu New Zealand meagc are clas.slfled and, percei-iugt.iht lu suliiii linn Dass. lis who was perched up on a fountain n urgent, ordinary and delayed, I he rates Tli xoiiimer In hers ia her lHiuty arrayeil. on the line of this road nill receive Seeking hora'es ft.it.tf rudely and interrupting the excr- - Iteing, respectively, 2 hllllng, 1 shilling Special rates. l tint liruJth of the clever, And wvnr aad puilvhl the fellow ilotvn laud sixpence for 10 word, with a See agents 01 this Company for rates, routes is t' Put It lirinzs lilll.i Joy to the maid. -- rite 10. Ac., or For her nose U f leiLlcil all over. tftvit dilUht in" iwiiuv for each ndditlonal word. KleO' lo)l c. H. & T. A., Itosioii Courier. ' l.ouiswllc, Ky. I I ' ' j .rical Kevitfrv. lit.'s. 'Io $L No binoaed 'ns clat-- than tis daretti-.- , ami cigarettes anil .sitttT ai- - about ccn. Xcarlyallor the Standard Uil millionaires have followed the lead of one of the tteuior members of their trust and built incgnilict-n- t residences on the Limik Island sound. Two or three of them go to the main olliev of the Staudanl Oil company in Xew York from their residences every moruiiiK oi their yachts. A church at Old Taconia, Ore., boasts of possessing the oldest bull tower in the United States, If not in the world, 'i'lie s' tall bitililtiiK has one corner nhuttim; silver tit tr.-- . iitimi .1 until. mill st.'itt-lv- Tliis was cut otr .seventy feet from the! ground, niid at that heii;iit wi .suspended a bell. Tils' shaft is covered with ivy, nlv- lug it n piciurcsi-uand pleasing elteut s e TOLLS. KingloRl In trt's lic:;cu for I'.' wordis, wori'.s. e... Iu.I..k-ii r,,-- M t ho toll iHSl.t-- l I , una tt... 111 .'.--.. - ...- lurlt-tof thtt adilro-ss- . ssf yttn iKstUis! in gnua-iHirvi'i.rs ,.t e it don't ifesi cm 'Dwl tW driver la frmt .mil the limn til the roar y Hne "'' i t;Mil;.W.'Hi FM&SRM WJHM'l.'i'tlM lsvtnt snort. sWdm WmT.i: ?3mr I.i e Arr I.itinCKS" . I.ve Paris Arr W'mche.ter. Arr Itichiaoad Arr Lancaster . Arr Staaford. I ve Kivhmoad Arr llcrea Arr l.ivingtoa . Voith-ltouni- An CoviaKM. 4'almoulh, Paris . I 11. - iibi . 11 n 71) p. p ni (1- - I1 10 5 i' ! I m 5 40 p p n 10 is p m i'i p a 4 P t 'O p p m 11. t, y 17 DmIj i in p ns p m p ai V. I'I s - '' t n sospm S i$ p' , rn i" t 7 jo p as p tn . i SS 1 P OS o p in No. j. S co 10 3j 11 45 p tn i" mv.. .., f,. . . .... in' ... in-- , iliiv.aiwaysaoit.iinessia.i-sseei- eiif 1 jifliausn. Making diret l ioni.eitK.nSt - in Central pot fur I'lnoli de- l. No i. o i t! fills per wortl, - Itlslit 'Mils e. 1 New Yorlc, i.ve l.ouis, Mn.hi;aii Point.. Ctikao. Hullalo, I.ve Cleveland. Dvtruit, Arr Indianapolis aad the West, New KnLiiid, Canada. l.se I.iuntttOM.. Ws.. a .. lusiuii) Richmond... am Stanford .. .. ; 00 a in I.ve Lancaster .. 7 43 ni tT Kiuhinonj 1000 a ni lltrea. a tn a in ! ." Philadelphia, Ihilt.i.ii.re. Washington. Oni. lest time 10 Harrodsii.irn. Frankfort, riy Shortest and Richmond, VIRC.INIA Quickest line 10 ' J" S''w J;1'"'"' .. .-- I.ve Leilugton i 1 ' '- - SOUTH & WEST . '. 111 s 1 nd cv-ec- d M-- ifii.1. t 1 I h' It-- en culiM-tio- ARKANSAS& TEXAS. -- - 1 f - a. a - 111 , hirt-e- t hajf-vittie- 1 ' i- - 1 Arr v.uicinnan : rains, n.iuzazt c.ira, .iiiusiuit iat. ana -- ....... . jr nelnree "' ;.' ?, ... coaches. Pullman Itoudoir Sleeper, through uith. ....( atviii.i iiuii a Ifirmlmrham, Merid. out change via Clultan rrliV'Vt i.cxinjKni -. ii m l.sc ',an makrned.rectconuetiim.en ,t VV ' and .oute lor Knoarrive at Cmcir.nati 1 P' ' v.lle, A.hesille, l.yn. hbur and pmntt Ill the , p On theMavssille llraiiih. Noo.leivr. Pi.,. .. ), 8 oo, a m and No. 11, at 543. p m, arriving Mayssilleat 1013, a 111, and 8 io, p m. No at leases Mayssille ai 5,13 a in, arnvinj: at Ham a13 t At Chatt.inooea for Atlanta, Coliimhus, WiIiiumk mNo 30 ani ion. Chjriesttli, Aii'usta, Macon, Sasannah, 7 C.a at Paris U leaves p Maysville at at arrises I hmiiasville a.ul f I.UIll 15. in. These trains are llriinswicl., Lake Cit daily escept Sunday 1A tuiml. No runs daily trom I.rm;oa tnCincianit, The only line runiilnu solid trains js ith choice No 4 leaves Lexington 1000 am: arrises Fin. Cullman Itomluir or raiace sierpuii: s.i.f iu . ... . .. ....... . " .1 "" .vr.nt Knmlip u.n.llle wiiiiiiiii cnanc nit any s..asu. .j.cu- - in- .ij -8nileaves Cincinnati , 5 10 f0 ...w. ....n,as-s-- MnninmniTV. 11 tin in vine. icaiur. ;iu I ai su ....hm, . pm;arrlveKalmuth t:im uii.i No. 7rases Fali.ioutli 600am; arrises and Alt KANSAS pouiti. Florence. Memphis and uuiike.t to Anniston Sclina. Mo- - ' nati 755 am; except Sunday 'rain Notes. No. .trims daily between I.cx'ng. le. Direct connections made at NIJW OR. runs daily bctwxa I.KAN'S without omnibus transfer for (ialtesttn, ton and Cincinnati. No -- "1 Houston, Austin, Nns 3 and 6 make connections atWincheket m TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. IMI'OKI AN 1 Iramsol this line now an ve The only through line 10 JaiUou and Victsbur?, at and depart Horn the Central Union Passen er Cincinnati, making Mm. Shreseport La., makinedlreit connections Station North, Last and West connections for all wiiliinit omiiiVui transfer for Dtlh Fori Worth point I hrough tickets and baggage checkud Austin San Antonia, Kl I'aso jndp..intsm to Inr destination reached by a railroad. 'UT ""' ny agent oi th.Co. TEXAS., AR ZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. ... I r.iv Pass. I'or thruugh rate corrert county mans and full V.L MUNJjJ'-A?,., Clncinnvl. - r. II. MORSK, C.en'l Pats'g'r Ant. infoiniation call on Agent ut Junction Cur, Ky., W. WDOLLEY, M.IANK oraddre.. ie.pr-- , Tiav. Fast. Ag..., Lexington. Nv. I u. n 11 u. 1.M. I.N, '.. ,MI D. Ii KDW'ARDS. Manasrer. C.C. ItARVKY isv l ATA nfCTM. II. Ilk' t'.....Ulata4 I ILCiI iril'J.MIi tir.AP.K .J Cincinnati. O Chamber of Commerce Huildinf, CmelnBai 6. Kflli! Sold W ilDMOi: ARTS, a. Ow-- a:!!;::; ".inn - I 10 1 00 7 40 a 05 50 1 . t..i. ' ' ,"".. in in 4 u in $ P m 5 so p in p p p p p p in 6 Io a in in 7 IS a in in 7 4 . 8 5) 9 U a m, 5 S p ro to J5 a in, 6 o p in 10 45 ts m 6 38 p in 700 am am J4jpm am 4 u m AHlDIfuXiAv-.., .... 1 jk. 1 1 ' '"' ..s.s, 1 vny "" 1 1 1 ,,. (.. I a. a