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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890072501 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. -- ftV- V rSJ s Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. Letter from Casey. Mr. K. L. Tiumor'H house nmr I.lb-erty burned on the ISth iust.; loss not Mr. Dryi .lelfiies' house ascertained. near Gilpin burned down Sunday and all his household fumituru in it, whi'o his family wore at ehurch. As Mr. Jell-- ' nes was in vurv limited elrcuinstancep, the lo is. seriously felt, but his neitrh-bora havo a sulwtlptlon paper going the and nootile are contributing free- 1 1 Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, JULY 25. 1890. NO. 42 H. iMnie j iS y H Hriww. W. K. Uooch, of McKinney, wn? r 51. Mule any av, Jerry Briaco, W. here the first of the found it only neo'Mnry to pi to our sister town in the West Had and I?. Hurke. ia nearly over. The bony 52. Inlr of mules, regard 16 of se.x, Berries aru the only Kind of fruit wo will While handling logs. J hero lie could ho ntvoinmodated pin, last Friday. have much of this year. on a steen Inrlinp, one caught him and nil ho wished. With all these ndvMitn-- i William Hunt, U. I). Smiley. M. buckling eolt, either sex, J. U. 15 v- e Lay ton A: Smith are doing a big rushed his Iwdy badly, breaking four of gun, of course the won! "failure" was uni huxterfng. They will goon havo hisubs. it was at first thought by tho thought of and on Tuesday morning ana, Boyle, W. H. Gentry, Hoyle. Mi. Oolt by Belmont Chief, S60, C. all the poultry shipped out of the attending physician tht there er noi when the flret bell tapped as an nn-- t H A crt i n tif t r t all in Ivii t nu g r nmci.t Rel but at last aiwunts ho iiouncemeiit that tho fair had begun, a Hey nobis, 1st money, Shannon .McKln-nehum us for him, port An' i al, J. S. Wnrtl) 'M. Old Uncle Francis Dlshon, Mrs. was doing very well and there is Mine good crowd saw the opening ring. On VI. Sudliou, inaro or gohliug 1 yonr Thomas 1). Gooch and n lit tin Hiihl nf Itiryo amphitheatres .tin afternoon the j.rwpeit of his recovery. 3TOH In addition to tho uintiv startling in- - wwro tilled and "a big first day" wits the and under 'J, W. T. Wmxl, V. M. MoA-fe- W. II. Sinxloton were all buried last mhtitannd casualties that Casey county expression that a number of tho diret-- a W. Maro 2 years old and undor 3, week nnd an infant of Hunlev Sintrloton " ' Lot on Mam Street m Stanford ,n.i tK oie, all times is addicted to, she hns nat-- , tore gave vent to. On Wodnosdny morn-nra- l Coleman Uro., Mercer, J no. K. Ltaugh-maCoiiuming i ciouic. ruriosities liable to be attractive to ing a gentle rain fell for sevend hours Almut 30 men went fiom this com-- ! the general public. Fnun Mr. John Hal- - ami that had the .'fleet of keeping a 50. Mare 3 years old and under 4, C. munity to Cinciuunti to take the places Term. ., T R WALTON, Stanford of the strikers, but most of them have doik. whose veracity is unquestioiiable, goodly nunilwr from enjoying the entire I.. Crow, I.C. James. we learn that there Is a vory remarkable festivities of the second day. and it was roturnod and it was reportel here that Hoi!:; 07. Maro I years old and over. Hue ana Lot at Crab Orchard For Sale, the freight depot was blown to pieces Hpnng, cnlleI the "J'.lowing Spring," on not until noon that the crowd had con-thSon, Uoyle, Coleman Uros., Muruor. lands of Mr. Kolii llenson, on tl.o gregatod. Tluirsdiiy the weather was i: Monday night, but not believed. A House and Lot, roniistinnf i Acres, locaoh. Stallion and gelding, 2 years and Several of J. M. Oooch's familvhave ted at Crali Orchard. Ky , ami known as the s mth Folk creek, tntis from tlw Trace showery, but the fair grounds looked a umler 3. W. T. Ward, Li. C. Rlllb. property, one The wandurod mass of beings as l'rk pike, it derives its name from the moving fro, getting n view they the many 5. Stallion 3 years old and tinder 4, been down with typhoid fever, hut nre contains six .cuionsIllo..k Irom Depft Dorch.house room., one lactic one of convalescing now. Craig Hlld WaltOtl, W" Vrch and portico, with all uece.ry tontinual noise it makes from escaping to nnd I) II. Edraiston, C.ill on or ar!dtv W. J. Maishall. thiugs to be seen and regretting way the two oldest, came verv near dvlng. (.rab Urchard, Ky,. or me at I'inewlle, Ky k'hs. r something else, ami this gas win 00. Stallion I years old amt over, W. I). yr--l SAMUEL BLAIR, M D. a match and makes a1 down in their hearts tlmt that was the S. Clauneh has been very low with be ignited with J. .Marshall, Coleman liros., Mercer. blnae. The water that Issues from la!t daj of the llustonville Fair. ho same disease. There is more fever blue 01. I.ady ridor, postponed till i5d in the community than was ever known it m Muck and greasy looking and is not ' In the following list of premiums and day. will he understood that the before. swett to the taste. While it has been awards it t offer for ale privately my Farm known Ri the U8. Mare or gelding auyau,SSOto 1st, known as n blowing spring for yours, it first named person gets the premium and Jtidue Vurnou, Sam Owsley and old Lewi I.un.for.l place, nor the Staiifcnl aixl $15 to 2d, $10 to 8d, C. I. I'lttuian, Boyle, Iincaater pike, and lunnini; Frank McClary made speeches hero last contaiuiRir 112 Acres ItU nearly to Dix Ktver, lias nut been known that the gas con- -' the second the certitlcnte. If hut one 1? wall impmvwl. ha. Bros., Mercer, Bite" Son, cittim, and the Kml is in n fine at.ite of cul would burn, for only about mimed ho gets both premium nndcertifl-- l' Coleman Saturday to a small crowd. Vnrnon's tivation netted with it on or aaiiiet me at t.nreru ureeic, Boyle. months. Tho writer Intends to visit cate. We also leave out the word "best" opponent is not making nnv canvass and Ky h I.. WITHERS. i m TIM III) DAY. as it is understood, of couise, that the - will not as loin; as he is treated with the wonder as soon as convenient. (Ct. Sncklinu colt, eitlier tex, i)jcjG. A. BENEDICT & GO., Mindiiy, on our return from Mt. Sa- btsat w ins in every ie: due tvsjH-c- t by Judge Varnon and his, Bitsh. Jerry Brtscoe. nnvr MAY. on Mr. II. lem to this place, wu rolled 01. stallion, uiara or gelding, 1 yonr friends, nor as long as they conduct veu Drillers & Pump Adjusters, 1. Specimen embroidery, Mrs. Itobt. at Mlddlclwrg, and found II . . old and under 2, J. B. Cook, 11 I). Ken- thfir canvas? on gentlemanly principles, ' ' . ' The whole Gooch family have been sup-- j bun still sullerint: inucli from iniurhw re- - .MeAllMcr, .Mrs. Maggie unrpnter. nedy. 2. Specluien crocheting, Mrg. I'.C..Sin- Wells drilled to order and Tumps lurnnhed al xjwriniicee in res- . t im d in his torriMe 05. Mure 2 yoara old and nndor 3, W. porting Judge Varnon for Office for faetnry prices. Z 10 didge. about 2.j vears and vet it is urged thnt Caldwell, Jr., Boyle, J. K. Fariis. nniL' Ids hoites and mules from his .1. No dlf play. was al It I uriiiiig bam Tai eUiy night. ot. Mure 3 yoai old ami untler t, C. this is not equal to ids. Vnrnon's, sup-1. Display of fancy iieodlo work, Mis. . jiort one timo. T. .Sandldge. lir tl.m:ht tliiit from the eliects of In- &.. IS. Itobt. McAlleter. so utncli heat and smoke that Ui 07. Mare I yeari old and over, It. S. Dealer In AND DRIPPING SPRINGS. 5. Oil pointing, Miss Ina Vow ell, Mis n.litioii was daniierons. if not critical, Dunn, Boyle, J. R. Farrls. Blanche Tw id well, asLilt liw refrery now w pretty well Katydid. WELL PEPERS, o. Stallion, mare or gelding S yours l. Crayon or pencil work. Miss Ijna old and under 3, C. T. Sandldge, W. U sured. When ho first discovered hts Knowing it would ho imjrossiblo for PJIIRTS & OILS. l.u n be on Are he alarmed his family Yowell. Old well, Jr. me to give accommodations to a club of 7. Ihsplar of vefetuWes from one garmade speedy ox- un- - lOOporsoiiB who deaire to come to my VARNISHES,' ETC, OU Stallion or gelding 3 yams and and hued haiuli and . den, Mr. M. F. Wigham. der I, Hn Son, C. T. Samlidp. plm-vrtions to save his horses. Ho Iwd opon-in August, I to day compromised DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. S. No tlisplay. I the stalls and let out the lait inulo In 70. Stallion I ytnrs old and oror, W. the matter by leasing them the entire 0. No display. WAI.h l'APr.U AND HKCOKATIOVS. thuUrK. 1, 4.iiiioiiof the Uirn. Hinl when enM. Sandidg. Old Dripping Springs, 30 roome, for the est and most complete stock in Central Kentucky, 10. llandsomostbaby under IS month, 71. Stallion any age, M. M. Sandldge, month of August. This club is compos-Hu- e with all the latest and mo.t arti'tic decoration !e.ii.ring to return the smoke descended of Mr. and Mm. J. B. Adams, boneknown to thu trade Koom Moutdinjrs and Win. .Ihiimm iliat hn was blind eon I.. A Son. . .fc ..w ed of noted foS hunters and their fiuiii- - dow Shades ill endless variety PRICES THE , '!. "WW-Ala, LOWEST AND WORK THE BEs An hlrll .. ....I .,w Aftnr Mare any age, Ru A Son, Boyle, Hes, including the noted Jack Chinnand an ination is kindly solicited before Vorders ex- PVM.V n.niia lll'l l.u urn.. ... ... thn are Bushel w hoot grown in Oueyooun- - C. T. Sandldge .. I. .i.l .x.lnrB.1 hl.ltt Hlld ll laS4 ll his famous pack of hounds, Kd and Steve lia ., uvii.i. t:ma ... u - ty. W. A.Spragglns, II II. Beynearsoii. nlmoatMiUb73. 1'liHton pony, I. 0. Jamos, 0. C. Walker, John Parks, John Bennett, Dr. 12. Bushel of wheat erown in Lincoln Onrpuuter. it.d. but was able to let John Lucas, tt county, J. B. McKinney. Riuney, tho Humes, Kmbrys and many o 71. tioldinu' 3 ytmrs and undr4,con- - others. They are t bring their hounds, ..l.ired hlr4l hand, know hts uttuatlon, o Kl. Barrel of flour, Merrer Ciniiu and around hiuieelf, tinuod to afternoon. wh, wrapping a uilt with them which will make a pack of. Ooal Co. 75. Continued t aftornoon. r itlied throogh flame and smoke and fully 200. Tho frx dens nre in the clifls II. Shod Horse, Sam Tucker, J. T. ft- nlit him out. Croat honor is due AiTKiiNoo.v. is under and around the Hotol Katydid, at Nark. 70. Walking .stallion, maro or gelding, Green Briar and the bulk of their l.u- as. as dusky ae his complexion if, 3 W. I). lo. .Suiithdown buck any age, 15. I). Kennedy, Coloinau Uroa, Morcer. hunting will be around f r his noble efforts in risking his life in that place, so Irvine, Boyle, It. M. Fishor, Boyle. 77. Fancy saddle maro or gelding. M. you may expect other music beside out iiviiig tho life of his omployer. also to lii. Uivoauyage, W. I). Irvine, Boyle, M. Sandldge, C. C. Carpenter. Tames Frye, another colored boy, in savregular band dm ins the month of Au- K. M. Fisher, Boyle. horees. The lus was 0t close here in order gtiKt. Onr report had to ing three 17. Pair short wool sheep, W. I). IrWo now have room for 15 ot 20 guests to eot the I. J. to its thousands of road with insurance forJTOO. Tlio tiro waa vine, Boyle, B. M. Fisher, Boyle. Heipt., D. Ci. SLAtT.IITKK. . leiitly the work of an Incendiary. It etd on time. .m KS. Pair of spring lambs, It. M. Fisher, ltiNOLirrs. to leconcllo the belief that W. D.Irvine. Democratic Convention. Tho etflcient secretary, Mr. J. B. Cook, ne should be so fleudish as to an-l- '. ,ui ID. Saddle golditn;, any age, 0. T. n JO In compliance with a call of the distorch at thu midnight put us undor renewed obligations for the IncetKliarv B. C. Sandidu'e. 8 of Lintrict committee the democrats 03 various courtesies. itir to the property of such u man as SO. Saddle maroany age, Coloitiau Bros. Worhle's Band, from Louisville, fur- - coln county are requested to meet at the Mr MeAninch. The writer 1ms known Mercer, H. S. Dunn, Boyle. e in Stanford, Thursday, lam hi tho long yoara ago when but a 21. Jack under 2 yoare old, J. M. Har- nlshed tho music, which was considered July 31, at 2 p. m, for the purpose of smileil very gootl. man. Iwfore fortune lan, Boyle, Arch Frye. Thoso who did not have dinner on the electing delegates to the district convon hi.. .n him, ami always found him to bo S. 22. Jack '2 yeais old nnd over, W. B. hospitable neighbor, fro heart-.lan- d grounds had literally put the "big Kit in tion, to bt held at Iawrencebtug Aug. 7 fie same Burko. of noiniiiatitiu u candi- frt,1lrpose generous, a friend and helper to w . Jack any age, u- - . B. Burke. Arch the. little one" at home, and lutudrtHls of, in this, the .lUi.mdiliona and loniploxlons. Much Fryo. onemin M thM 0 j. date for CongreasI). Nkwi.an'I), JJi,;hth dST. Chin'n. trict. for Mr. M. table housholds. sv inpnthy la being nianifeted 21. Jennet under I yonr, J. K Biitigh' D. W. V a ntv ke a, Secy. Jerry Briscoe got the IxTKnion .ml t is hoped he will get a clew to the man. W. It. Burke. bring them to speedy W. B. Burke took tho ai'ViiidrvlHHiid premium and In tho ParlorHe: "What wculd 25. Jennet any age, J. K. Bmiglunan, I? a. ' ceitiflrate on thu "best mule tiny ago." JuStiee. you do if I were to give you a kiss?" It. Cobb, Jr., Boyle. J. 1. Goode plnyod tho role of Bllltt-neShe: "See if my little brother were ui SO. Suckling colt either sox by ReguI!i m vukahi.u Kmdbsik. Mrs. and did it creditably. Hu has dor the sofa." Boston Herald. age.1 widow, living in the sub-rb- s lar Wilkes, John Murphy, A. Iliinn. an not got a stentorian voice, but he got Prussia, 27. Maro mule, John S. Uoode. of Fireman Rhodhouso has confessed there all the same. travel-in2S. Draft team, John S. Goode. was murdered earlv in May. A than ever to sus- tho murder of Engineer Vnndevender in Uustonville did mote 20. Draft stallion nny age, John S. tinker by tho name of Newbrad was tain her reputation for hospitality, while the cab of his engine Friday night, near crime, but Goode. arrested and charged with the her young ladies put aside all question Van Weit, t). oO. Draft mare any age, John S. Goode. as the evidence against him was wholly as to where tho greatest amount of beau111. Boy rider under 12 years (lady iircumst.intial, the caso was dropped. ty per ioot can be found. the strange part of the story. judges) Cloyd Alstott, Robt. Moreland. Sow comes Tho hop was a thing of beauty and n o2. Bicycle rider, Felix Twidwell, Her relatives are very rich and ottered I sell my (arm of joy till tho weo sum' hours. Although ateddesire to 1)4 miles north about 130 aires, situ of Stanford ull t.le about Helm. au immense reward lor tho conviction management saw fit to deprive tho Uush llranch pise, oppitc the 4d church llicie (lilt " JfsBBnijsi&A ;t:t. Double team, style, speed and du- - tho Hearing of this a Mu whe.it and rye; the balance ,11 n 7 jj, aalTTr .ire about 50 of the murdoier. of the hall at tho 11th of the farm aires inIII timothy Good dwelling ell set Kberhnrdt had tho nihility combined, regardless of sox, (f young people nich lawyer named of four rooms and Lin hen and a splendid new hour, the young men were not IVskesMon can barn; Is well watered and fenced remnius of the old woman disinterred, entries) Coleninu Bros., Mercer, Rue fc and secured the Weatherford Ho- lir jinn immeJiatilv. For narticillars. sou J.I'. lUiley, Stanford, or write the nnderaicned at eye taken out and a photograph of son, Boyle the tel dining room, where tho scene of mer Cincinnati. Ohio. E. WITHERS. SIXO.VI) DAY. the retina mode. The picture of the old :u. Bull any age, John T. Land, J. F. riment was uninterfered with except by was a riking-lHUSTONVILLE, KY. woman's last sight on earth perhaps excessive pleasure. It was QQEMERCIEL HOTEL clear. It was a picture of Newbrad Ritle. .. l rea''y to d ary ! still in the '.t Are :55, Cow any age, Tol Timbeilake, tleliylitltu nop, sucn ns iiusionvitio hubtning in the I'nde tiHn linn. t havi n full II OWENS, Manager, holding u dagger in ono hnnd and stock of Ca.cs an Csk, tsot all kinds and Kobei tho reputation of giving, and justsuchnn n other. Ho has gone to Tom Bailey. every is tmr hatchet in the Kentucky. of can be jbtuinert en s iu irs., vn. Mr tiearlv new ort rotice 30. Bull any nge, Mac Murphy, W. R. entertainment that cuiisos tho minds of Harrodsburg, J as n sailor, but will bo arrested and sen Green has cruri ot r "mess as a will show tho youthful to turn to thoughts of love. rn Republic. Williams. l this j; in our our ji'tins t" ary popular . j. i'i I have taken charge t. Louts tried for the crime Ollf representative lltld scores Ot UlVl- - aa intend to runit in ahrst.claw. manner in esery ine 37. Cow any age, Mao Murphy, W. it is being papered and painted from I.UIOIIS 10 Hint, "sun" nun iilllv uuni r"l'ett Vandorbilt's check for 700,000 pounds, R. Williams. ..ptuijottonihe bedding is being renovated and comfortt make pleasant thelargest overdrawn, has 3vS. Thoroughbred fitulliou any ago, hosnitaltties. Which lie acknowledges everything done The tableitslull nevermid surpass- -' forsome time be able for guests. 0 with many thanks. J 11. OWENS eu uy noieisiu 1111s seciioo. W. B. Burke. been overshadowed by a check of Tho crowd of ladies who Attended tho pounds, drawn by tho Indian & Pen30. Thoroughbred mnro any nge, J. London and E. Fnrris. rr.rv fair each day would .compare favornhly insular Kailroad Co. on the V3 1 of London. The big check 10. Suckling colt, either sex, by Gilt in hoauty with any collection of tho fair Countv Bank iiist passed through tho clearing Edge, 1 S. Hughes, Jerry Briscoe. Hex that have congregated for years, has RICHMOND, KENTUCKY hcanty showed even plainer nnd 11. Mule oolt, either sox, from Casey house, where it was an object of curious SrHslon opctiK Sept. 10, 1890. county, T. A. Roynearson, J. J. Dur- - to hetter advantage than even it genor- - TKrriA rrtlloisTac T'liirf. nnn iuterest. lllljlji VUIiV.i.J Vl.lits7f j, " ry rtiiionlc nlly does, which is saying a great deal. Classical, Scientific, and Commercial Ll55lNS fAIN Tfj Lf n "Nuw pray for Susie Bates," Bald Mrs. ham. IfllrcAortlr ntlliiircnv- - frnm Pioim' .! (.Jilt Kilge, owned hy M. M. Saudidgo Courses. - ,..w... ..ow " .. Expenses moderate ?ibo to rmimiriiPQ DAN" Flossie, who wns, Sitneral to . A. county, it. 11. Ileyuearson, Aison, nndllelmont Chief, J. P. Crow, 5240. Attendance last session 326, from MOTHER saying her prayers, "Susie is quite sick." liiul nice lot of entries in their snecia 15 siaics anu territories. "rn mUJhUiH I i0 Pi said Flofsle, ''I can't ful1 information and catalogue, addre.j "Why, nmmtna." 4'J. I'nlr tiiules from Casey county, rtnranml Hhowed that thov are both flue "!!" pray for her. SIto doesn't belong to our j W. A. Spraggius. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA L. H. BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor breeders. crowd.' Mr. James 1111. llvintt nour Dunn Mile, met with a very unfortnimte airl . ..... ... IHI'j Mill ! tntlnu frnm (HI 1 u i i iy The Huslonvlllc Fair. The very fact tlmt there was going to bo nfnlr at HiiBtonvillo wits nu nbntuani'o ' that it wtuild be a grand tiling nocially speaking and foia number of days prior to tho date of commencement tlio pret- tiest girls from over the country began to arrive for tlio event. From a llnai.- bhindpolnt it was alio an assured 'U't d not a stockholder wanted to sell his share oven at a little above jmr. To sue a good display of stock and to see an asMH-ialiomanaged us it should be tho fair-goe- ami eolt, eithor sex, Henry , Uftitry, Boyle, .1. T. Lnnd. Ifi. Mare and mule colt, eithor sox, V. 15, Hurki', John Land, 40. Pair of mares or geldinse, Kno & Son, Jloyle, J. 15. Cook, 1". .lloisu mitlu oolt, John 11. Itout. IS. Maro inulo eolt.T. A. Kuynoareon, Casoy, V. 11. linrhe. 10. Mulo 1 year old anil nur 2, gnrdlefcs of sax, no entry. W. Mule '' yrors old and over, Je-ry ds Piesidetit Oivens liorethe honors with ' becoming dignity. y Thursday was a big day ami t hail n biv time. Some of the rings were literally filled with contestants and nil good stock. The liustonville tlio fifth of the series, was a grand success, although rain mime down In torrents a great portion of the time. very-bod' ROM fc! rjjt- THE F. RILEY U. HOUSE, London, RILEY, Proprlotor, - - - Kentucky. dt-tir- J I have mored to mv new Hnil'..n.l 1,.,... prepared than eer to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call. 77 FRANK RILEY. 'OLD i' DRimUG SFRIKGS' i VaynesburgT wr-c- " I u h j - POWDER Absolutely Pure --, Heferrinif to an advertisement which appeared Ut ioiit of the Interior Joi rn;. in regard to rentinji cottn at Old Dripping Spring, I wisli to ir.form the pillti that since .aid article appear ed I hare aij.un leated the i.rinjf and buildings t.i I) G Sjnj.,itir ujion same condition ai con- tuned in former between him and Jame L. Adam. J7- MRV UKLLE ADAMS. Adnx in but!-nos- j IHTALIS'S "WELIi. Season opens June It with a Grand Hon on f "day se, Juna ao. Dance called at :3 sharp. Kcduced rates for hoard aid 111! July lit mTBs FOR Hon l muM ' Ll I far Wee Moo " Day .. 1.00 " Meal .. 50 Cottmre Rent, p.r ek ., ' " " Month ..7MX) Horses fed, per Week.... .. 3.00 uoigh-Iwrhoo- f y, - ctues 1 p. ' ' SALE! n. j ' ai.tf Da A L SI'OUNAMORE SO e COOK'S SPFwIKGS. I Sla-in- ' ' Farm For Sale. in i6-- These beautiful jr.d henlth-juin- g Springs are situated on Dix nvrr, 4'--- miles east of Stanford. 1 hey are of the purest chalvhente water. days nf the old proprietor, Mces Cook, our In the ancestors jpentmnnj happy hours here, irMoini: health and happineas. For invalid- - I know of no more healthful waters, and for pleasure Uers it has no equal. There was never a cooler, more delightful boarding house away from the noisy city and free from the mvsical mosquito. With a Be boat and plenty ot nh. much can he obtained on the waters of oM Dix nvcr. Our Springs open on the 37th of June, katenof heard, heirinnine lulv .at. I'er Wek n" r''ure j pt ' Meal Pur Month. .'...'..'.'lo'oo Comfortalbe stable for horses at 13 per weok or cents per day. Come and stay one week and 50 I tee! sura jou will stay the season. Correspondence solicited. 3'-'J r. COOK. ,'" o zzrJ.Si i I. M. BRUCE, uvsT, i..... j ! , j i mmm STANFOKD.KV. stable, 1 ' 1 1 GIBBON'S, SPECIAL ATTENTION travelers Only hrst-class to COMMERCIAL Horses and mules bought and sold. horses and 1 chiclet used in lliery. L GREEN-BRIA- R ""hotu. HARRY A. EYA.Ns, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, STANFORD, KV t- - ! ' I Engineering and Surveying in all branches. J ; - POSTED. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to trespass on our lands without permission, as nil such will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Signed: D. V. HOLMES, Dr. P. W LOGAN. . GAINES. It. Mrs S.VMKORD i.u.-um- l.W W -- ..-- - - ' ..-.- , ' I I r'et o ll-J- IRWIN, J. . JCiH.V A. f. . McKINNKY G. LYNN j j I M'klvLlls HAMILTON. NOTICE. We are standing the Clur horse at our ble at Mi Kinney at - Ch 1 sta- $10 to Insure a Living Colt He is well bred and a No foal jelter Money due when mare is parted with or bred to another hore. Lien retained on all colts tilt money is PDUNN & TANNER i ?-0- i ' Sim-didg- o, NEWCOMB This old and well-kno- 1 - HOTEL. Hoteljis still maintain MT. VERNON, KY. ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. M. P NEWCOMB, Prop., j court-hous- j i Sv" Mt Verpon. Ky. C. li. CF-O-W ,V, , Has taaaed one of the subles at Pence k and will run a general Earns .Tot'ii-.s'a- i. Breaking and Training Stable. He luts had turricient experience to make him an expert ill thu business and his r.tesiull bet erf nasouublc Gie him a s.hare of jcrnr patronage, -- . i r, rlug-mast- er ! j j Fmnkfort-oti-tho-Mni- n. : : r o o o iyr g THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor Farm For Salo. Km-me- tt No Hotel in Keut'i.ky has a better reputation, and its proprietor i determined tht shall be maintained. He has recently added to its appointments -- a. ft F out-wit-te- d iMSEsSSSSSiiiiSS J. T. STTTOST & CO., n-I t. Pool and Billiard'Parlors s A Livery Stable First-Clas- y To acconunoda'e the demands of Ins increased transient patronage. Iiet Turnouts furnished Commercial Travelers and others. - 11 ... j . ' ,"",."". 11. S50 REW.&HD I will pay a kewaul of ll.tn rtn f 1.. n tii-.if asusa v.. wv.a v. I l u., nr-- ), i i 64-t- f inn t.J Fifty Dollars for iiimtUAl..rl HllilllillVIUCU inform. .. C I UU If Found Cutting Timber or Dam- l,2.r)0,-00- m MOTHERS iajiwiiiia H n.-inRlL- aging any Improvements On tho following property : '1 Central University A -- - K llus-tonvill- o AAKEs,lcTrlD5, .rn SIABOR fUII .rt IIILU I prng-gin- s. 11 j " ! 100 acres John Anderson . 14 acres, ash Hams' sit acres. Freeman's. (00 acrs. Kohliitoii Shu tract, I 'I chin's farm, Ilrjant s larsi, j uirncn s latm, r.iuii iiiiin, juei V. Cotlins' farni, on Glade Hidce, 600 acrs, Henry Milbtr's, aco acres, Henry Millers, 411 acres, Mcplicii Hatch's, 15 acres, 1). II. Kdmittnn's tract. Strode Heuic, Collate near depot at Crab Orchard, Hotel, Cottage and Storehouse at Otlen- neim j.uiiUMiti.MCK, 103.6m Agent for Owners. oiin,l S Young's 11 acre place.W.Ter-r'.- . in Long's V. Hutchison's Cox s (np 40 acre farm, I reensali and K K.llarren's timber tracts on Iluclc Lreea, 307 aires, John lurnhdls, ji7acres, John Hi hanan's, 30s ncroa, M.J. Harris', 90 acres, II. II ) lini he farm at Highland known as V A. Cash's, Hutihim's, George Haugh's, Ilaitin Heirs', .t l'uer", .? J', iaBtaJ J4J tfl " - -- - Wk are indebted to tho author, Mr. J. engineering, i.s the nominee foreurveyor. H. Grimes, late of Hnrrodsburg, but now unHo is nn excellent young man and for derstands the business of surveying in editor of the Big Stone Gap Herald, a copy of "Grimes' Manual for U. S. oppoStanford, Ky., - Jn.Y 2", 1890 nil its branches. He will have no should Gangers and Storekeepers," which is 6aid sition, of course, but every voter by those who aie judges to be tho best see that his name is m his ticket. prove and most useful work of the kind ever The office of coroner will never volume a profitable one in this county we hope, issued. Itisaverv neat little and can be had for$L'-'-o from Mrs. Annie but such an officer is necessary unit DEfViCCRATIC TICKET. Judpe Ardi Caraon has been chosen by (. Grimes, Hnrrodsburg. the party to fill it. He can do so as well Gu.. Laxihivm is sending letters to the Ftr Superior Judpe.JOSM'H BAK110UR. us tlie next man, besides his election leaders of his party telling them that ArPflUte Clerk, W. W LONGMOOR dem" Delegate to Constitutional Convention, W H. will'be a compliment to a Tinsley is running to win and will win ocrat and a clever man. MILLER. if the republicans arc quietly organized. V. VARNON Of our nominee for delegate to the County Judge, THOMAS In other words tho general advices a " County Attorney, JOSEPH B. PAXTON; constitutional convention, W. II. Miller, Hut we are onto you, generCounty Clerk, GEORGE 0. COOPER; it is unnecessary to say more than that al. Tinsley will hardly confess that he " ShcnrT.J X MEXEKEE; his election will insure the county a was in the race after LongiiioorgetHthrn' " Jailer, SAMUEL M. OWKNS; pood representative in the body, which " Attetsor, E. D. KEXNEDYj with him. Sup't of Common Schooli, W F. McCLAltV will be called on to make our constituA Semi-Annu- al EVAXS; Surveyor, HARRY A ClnHnnii NEWS CONDENSED tional law. He has won the nomination Coroner. ARCH CAKSON We in his own party, the without opposition The G. A. 11. rates to Boston from republicans will not oppose him and he Louisville have already gone down to Thf. democracy of Lincoln has never has practically no opposition from any $17. we . to do presented a better, cleaner and more de- other quarter. Confident that he will Harris, who weighed between John to o'ivc r,11 serving ticket for county officers tlinn be elected, he has pive the subject of GOO and 700 pounds, died at Tuscola, 111., to choice. we a 7 1-- 2 ct the one which it now calls upon the our fundamental law a very close study aged 70. Vts-thnto q we S 1-- 3 people, to endorse. There is not a scrub and if he succeeds in makinp the reforms be t ai 71-'- -' The KansasStateTemperance League thorough-bred- s cts. be in the entry. They are suggested in his late speech he will prove denounced the supreme court for its we S J-- J we c Ml and as certain to come under the a most valuable member. be original package decision. So string iirst on election day as the sun These, fellow citizens, are the gentleThe renublicans of Fayette coun shines, if those whom they have a right men the democracy asks you to support ty Tuesday decided that it is inadvisable to depend on will do their duty. and it does so with the confidence that to put a county ticket in the field. For county judge, Thomas W. Varnon it has presented a ticket worthy of your Wisconsin prohibitionists have put was selected to succeed himself. He has warmest approval. We want to elect it n full State ticket in the field, headed by filled the office for five years with ability by nn overwhelming majority and will Dr. Alexander, of Iviti Claire, for and conscientiousness. It takes n law- do so if every democrat will do his duty. duyer and n pood one to dischnrpe the to Do not take it for pranted that our men Island An accident on the Kjc ties of county tjudce properly and Jndpe will be elected anyway. it road, near Limon, Col., killed the Varnon 8 lonp practice at the bar has has lost many a fight. The only sine wounded n do.jn passengers enabled him to meet satisfactorily every way to put the seal of condemnation on more or less severely. question of law that has presented itself, third-partmen, bolters and hybrid, bob Smith and other republi 'toth--vebe The onlv objection that even the prohi tail tickets is to go to the polls and vote d; cans of Alabama, iaw called a mass be bitionists urpe would provejno objection nn,i work for t10 inon whosc names head meeting be "Birmingham to protest at Cost. if they were to investigate the law with this article. Lincoln couuty must not be against tho passage f the Force bill bv to drug stores. turned over to fanatics and impracticaregard to isMiiug licences Main Street, Stanford, Ky, Con press. .11. He simply did his duty and construed ble?, and it will not be if every democrat The Atlanta Constitution urges a law as he found it. If he was in er- is true to his party and himself. the boycott on Northern industries if the ror, the question could have veiy easily Federal election bill becomes a law. The American schooner, William b?en settled by a test case before the The House rejected the Senate origi- That's the way to bring the marplot to ifci.f with a ciew of 1(5 men, is reported average prohi- nal package bill, and substituted the folcjurt of appeals, but the senses. lo3t at !ca on a voyage from Cape Ann to bitionist is not manly enough for that lowing, which it passed by a vote of 17( their C. M. Chestnut, a well known Cor- - tju. 1H)rt!lt 0f Ireland, kin of light. They prefer to rebuke to :S: "Whenever an at tide of com- and cross tie man, was run Fire nt Spokane Falls deatrojed prop-ovJudge Varnon bv nominating a man inorpo is imnoitcd into nnv Stale from bin merchant by a train near London. orty valued at $ls0,000. Fires have been and killed against him, even when they know he any otiu.r state, Territory or foreijin na- He fell out of the caboose and was liter- - s0 numerous in that city recently that it has not a shadow of a chance to be elect tion, and there held or offered for sale, it ' ally cut in two. ts thought thev are of iircendfary origin. ed. It therefore becomes the duty of shall be subject to the laws of that State, Gov. Warren has issued a proclamt- The rain of Wednedmy appears to the democrats of Lincoln county to re- - provided that no discrimination shall be tjon cflning the iirt Wyoming election havw been over Ohio. Indi,, nn u,a(in ,....nr, nt ,u uuue ims remiue ami eiei-- ouukb ;,f for Sept. 11. The democratic and ropub- - ana and Kentucky. It did incalculable 4i, ,!.i tuy a EI jive non ranjoruy.iuni,im nint """ mimoi that state acainst the citizens of lican State convention!) are wdlod for good " and almost insures the forward perconfidence in htm. The term will any other State; nor shall transportation Aug. 11 in Cheyenne. corn crop. haps wind up his official ami political of commerce through any State be obMrs. Fane, of Ingersoll, Texas, gave rc n1 CojA.ilatns life. Let it be with the; plaudit "Well structed except in the necessary enforcebirth to four children the other day that jBS u urent inMUV friends there, but tho done thou good and Jfaithful servant," ment of the health laws of that State." weighed respectively 0, 5, 4 and Ij i)0lno0nlt yivs the Inst one of them c ringing in his ears and guiding him on The bill is not what the prohibitionists pounds. She had previously presumed for Ixmgmoor now. It is to all oyer the to even greater efforts for the public wanted or what tho whisky men desired, her husband with three pairs of twins. State. good. Last Monday a difficulty occurred but it ought to satisfy any reasonable Fresident Hanisou has discharged For county attorney, Mr. J. 13. Fasten man or set of men. his colored coachman and has put a' between Dr. Jamoa W. Squires, a prami-- 4 was given tho nomination without opblasted Englishman" in his place. Kv- - i nent physician of this county, and Sam- position and will no doubt be elected in Democr vts should observe the call for Gently the great man doesn't think the uel H. Mturell, Jr. It grow out of an old the same manuer.He is thoroughly a county convention hero next rhurs- ei;ro good enough even for that menial fund and in all probability will prove capable, ambitious, studious, honest and 31st, to nomiiiitu .delegates to the job. tal to the latter. Three bhots took ellect, sober, qualities necessary to the faithful Lawrenceburg convention, which will Tho people of Collinsville, Ga., a( onu n tJ(, ijovxols. Columbia Spectator! Itleclittm performance of the duties that will de- nominate a candidate for Congress in local option town, blew tip the establish-- , Koventlml .t Co., of Nashville, have volve upon him, and which commend this district. Of ours Gov. McCreary ment of an "original package" opened an original package liquor hotit-themselves to every honest voter. nun u iiu ,u Unroll ville, a town which has local will be nominated, but it should be wnn uynaimie aim uire.m-ueGeorge B. Coop-- r, having proven hi- done in a manner befitting his distin- opened again ho would bo blown up ,,ro,n,ition. Their mt-i- i were arretted, fitness for the office of county clerk, was guished services anil in keeping with with his bottles the next time. but gave bond, and the outlook is that given a clear track for the nomination the dignity of the office he has filled so I he impression hteailliy grows that forot.,i t0 ,.os.. Citizens t,Rv ,.aiJI10l for ft Rimnd trtn ami the democracy worthily. .Let us have a rousing con- - the United .States Sjnutu will not adopt held an indignation meeting and passed . . . . . . . snoulil see to it that he is enuor&euai ine v'ntinn nnrl aunil riirnutir'irivf mpn tn any rule limiting debate and that the a resolution asking Congressman Goodpolls m a manner that will show to thia llAsist in makinK t;ov. McCreary our Force bill canuot carry on a square vote. night, from their district, to vote for the worthy, clever, polite and accommodat-- j stamarj bcnrer aBaln. nc. Il89 (.arrie(i The Senate is not in favor of .Mr. Keed bill counteracting tho original package ing young officer that his course h or his methods. Cincinnati Knqtiiror. decision. the democratic flag through manv a eminently satisfactory and the con-- 1 do tQ ,orioiJg vidorv nm, wi The Richmond Climax reports tho nUuile Looan'h CitctK. Mr. John Spoona-mor- n ductof his office without reproach. He 0 (lo fiQ w,lenever u' ig lvon int0 ,,,a deaths Lillie Cosby, daughter of sold a bunch of 700 lb. cattle to B is among inose sinieu out uy ma sj Keeping. Ed Cosby, aged L'O, and Tiberius Bull Meadows have lieen W. Gaines at :M0 for the wreaking of its called third party Ballard, aged 70. The latter was a brothyengeance, but why it is we have never Judo'k Lilly writes to Gov. Buckner er of F. F. Ballard and the last of 12 generally cut thi week and those clear heard explained. The democracy must that he will not be able to hold his court children save him and Mrs. J. K. Har- of weeds are making extra tine hay nnd big yield. Mr. J. M . Beazley, while explain at the polls, in no uncertain in Ferry at the appointed time and that ris. t A on the Union Facific throwing ofi what to a thresher, receivAugust 110 need not send thf soldiers yet. The way, on the first Monday in that it takes no stock in the measly at- - fact of tho business is Judge Lilly is too road, north of Denver, Monday mid- ed n fearful lick in his light eye, which BY RE0ENT PURCHASES 0UR.ST00K OF tempt to defeat one of wuom it has ev-- j worthless and cowardly to hold his com t night, demolished the two bridge;) at is paining tho old gentleman very much, ery reason to be proud. nt any time ami it is a waste of time and tho forks of Clear Creek canyon and de- and he fears ho will lose his sight. Mr Our nominee for sheriff is John N. money to send the troops to protect him. stroyed all tho bridges in the vicinity. and Mrs. KulxmksT of the Milledgeville Menefce, a good man in every respect. The last legislature deserves to be eter- - The railroad as far down as Golden was neighborhood, will move this week into ss r,.rnnt in,r.!u.i,in., thiu washed away the bonne lately vacated by Forter Hob Tho Knriiniiiniis manner in which he John Christy's four story tenement ' mson. o:i tho Liticister pike. Mrs. Kitconducted the office for two ternu be-- disgrace to the bench or devising some fore is an earnest of what may be ex- - means by which a judge with some back house on Front street, Cincinnati, was banks will begin a district school at Cave Ew-coa.4- is pected of him in the future. Ho made bone could bo sent to hi ing order out of burned and four neonle are known to Hill. Mnml.iv. Most of the wheat has one of tho best sherilfs that the county c,aos and restore law ami order in that have perished in t e flames, while two been threshed ami sold to tho Stanford 'otheis received fatal injuries. There Holler Mill at 7 cents. Wo were very ever had and ho is going to do it again, district. to see Logan's Creek out were uO persons in the building and of much siirpris-eM. Owens is another of our Samuel Sknatoh Joh.s K. Henduicks, chair- these neveral are Ftill missing. of itH banks one evening hint week as GINGHAM0, OUTING FLANNELS, caadidates that the prohibitionists want The city council of Chicago has the dust was scarcely feettled here. It to defeat, purely to gratify a spite and man of the Senate judiciary committee, not for the public gooil. He has made a j tells the Faducah Standard that he agreed to create a site for a portion of also cuight Master Grimes Bvaley, who capital jailer, has been heartily endorsed never heard of the libel bill, which the the World's Fair on the lake front. It was on nn island, and forced him l) stay by his party and it now remains for the Kentucky Fress Association wanted pass- is proposed to spend $2,000,000 in mak- until the rapid stream ran down. If democrats to elect him, as they are de- - ed by the last legislature, or he would ing the ground by tilling in the lake. Mr. Alex Martin's wagon came down we termined to do. The jail has been well have entered earnestly into the matter, The area to be thus Becured is to be used failed to see it below Hnyden Station. W. S. Forter purchased of 0. M. Spoonn-inorkept since he took charge an his other which ho thinks requires legislation. The as a public park after the exhibition. mare for explanation is, of course, satisfactory, a nice This week the Canadian Facific railduties have been performed cheerfully Gaines, who has been sick for will but we should like to hear from the com- way completes the arrangement made aid well. Mr. Owens deserves and doubtless receive the same heartv en- mittee of editors appointed to present tome time ago for tho purchase of the several months, is reported no Is more complete than any time this season. e of Mr. entered the entire New Brunswick railway and dorsement at the peueial as he did at it.,, l.iii ocean to ocean bv its Win. Logan, ono night last week, and tberebv connect the primary election. Tin: Southern people are beginning to . The Xew Brunswick svstem helped themselves to about three down For assessor the democracy presents realize what will bo the effects of the in comprises nearly oQO miles of road. chickens. Chickens are on the market I). Kennedy and refers the name of K. The trunk of a rose bush in Ventu- at ?;5 per dozoii, but, as you hco, if you discharged the duties famous election bill and meetings aie to the way he has being held in many cities to protest ra, Cal., is 6aid to be three feet in cir- are a thief you get them free. Several of the office as proof of his fitness, honesagainst its becoming a law. The repub- cumference, and the first branch it of our young folks attended the picnic at ty and integrity. There are few more licans will be tho'lo3ers by tho measuie throws out isL'4 inches in circumference. Cook's Springs, Friday, and heartily en-- , deserving men than Kb Kennedy and . in the It will make the solid It runs over a lattice work, and since joyed themselves until after the moontlw ilunini'mnv ilfiliohtK tn linnnr stieh n South moro solid by driving even the de- trimming, covers aspaco of 1,00 square light hop. Mr. Cook tells us that ho man. ForBiipeiinleiideiitof common schools, cent republicans from their ranks. will give another about Aug. 20. Miss feet. It yields thousands of flowers. W. F. McCIary i both worthy and well Major Matt Adams has many warm Mamie Lynn, of Stanford, was the guest The republicans continue to manufac- personal and political friends in this of Miss Fattiu Gooch, near Goshen, the qualified. Ho cheerfully withdrew from ture offices to be filled by their henchcounty, but if a single ono of them will first of tho week. Mr. Kmbry T. Beaztun race for the unexpired term of Mr. he ley, proprietor of tho Beazluy House, Bogle, thereby demonstrating his gal men. A bill to create tho office of 1th vote agaiust Mr. Longmoor bucatif-general, at a salary lantry ami fairness and the democracy assistant beat tho major, we have not heard of Middlesboro, came home Friday with a " w "voraoiy reported irom him. Nicholas will give the brave, Arc headquarters for Miss Jennio as cordially nominated him for the full ' case of malarial fever. " Uo& COmmittCO On rJ l.felt lw..,in in SVn,mltf.r. from tho Hubble usual oOO majority. soldier her Broaddus, with a party has spoilt most of his matuio years in i,,ea(lny- Carlisle Mercury. neighborhood, took in High Bridge Miaj Hannah dfeo. tho school room and is fully alive to the A cloud hurst in tho foot hills of Camp Meeting Sunday. There is no sulking in the camp of importance of educating the masses. Ho Capt. James B. Martin, of Barren coun- Sauta IMta mountains in Arizona, cover- McFal), of Crab Orchard, has been visitPlows! Plows! Plows! Buy the Oliver Chill or has eerved his party well and it now had ty. He and his followers are heart and ed an area of a square mile and rushed ing MihB Louana lhiddcrar. Miss Mails-s- a Hamilton Steel in a soul for Longmoor, as every democrat down the canyons in torrents, drowning a chance to recuito that service Adams, accompanied by her fritnd, Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to th handsome irttnner by endorsing in a de- ought to be and is, if he is of the right cattle, horses and wild animals. Xo hu- MibS Com Bluebell, returned from u cided majority the nomination, which stripe. lives were lost, but tho Schofield lengthy visit tq Madison, last week. Miss plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. man Every plow warranted to was given him without contest. rauche was devastated and afreighttrain, Bluebell will remain until after the Dan- do good work, or no sale Ask your neighbor. ville Fair. Harry A. EvanB, a graduate in civil yTniB is no time for democrats to falter. was carried a mile in tho current. Semi-Week- ly Interior journal A W. P. WALTON, UlUCjlilliS i Glea8 Sale f -- A.07 life-lon- g THE LOUISVILLE still-hun- t. STORE Carpets, are foicTtonc module our Immense Fall Purchases, which arrive about the end of tL season. Below enumerate prices of a few depaj tments; impossible justice in this respect, therefore advise the public h, ?v an rail,, order secure India Linen, which' sold duced cts; that sold at cts. will now sold sold at 10 will now sold at cts.; that sold at 57-'- ' will now sold at 10 cts., c. Every Parasol in the house must Slaughter of Fine wo iti Gov-erno- r. Over-confidenc- e y Kx-Go- of our Gent thing, which will in Summer in$ will resei everything COST ENTIRELY LOST SIGHT OF Jfcrcissvlcndid opportunity secure a Hands ?'"? .araso1 fr almost no uno. t Llearanre Prices. faughteredgcdiess go, and will sold at and Mow P rices; all Co7V SALINGER, Mannjjer. . j 1 er i ' NEW GOODS We ' j f .!. i r- ,,, wide-sprea- d ! .:n j "' 'i1 i j JUST RECEIVED Our First Shipment of In arid Heavy Weights, and ' FALL i j CLOTHING, j j j ,'4-i'- r' - j I .... i. Stiff and Soft Hats, The Latest Styles and Colors. i bat-bee- n STAGG & McROBERTS. j j cloud-burs- ! ,i ZDx-ess- - 1 j j I crime-ridde- n j 1 o t140-Sammi- e Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &c, SEVERANCE & SON. better-Thieve- s l hen-hous- i ,.. long-run- HIGGINS post-mast- .., one-legg- JJf KINNEY ' pOSt-OlllCC- Hardwaro, Grooorios, Stoves, Salt,Lim, ?Sif i- - , i r. ra!fej ".j - , ttktmA I ns si Semi-Week- ly : Miti. Birrr, the (ljreJ widow of l C. W. er. I. 31. Qnisenbi'rry boucht of Hood Worthington 011 Monday, 20 Southdown Hutt, died yebterday mornini; nt sheep nt a shade below honv nenr Hiibtonville, of Jinx. Hie left thorough-breA Hinunri'. linn of UhamliLT not?, three fiiHilren, nil of whom nre married. $10 per head. Danville Advocate. FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I, 1890. J VIA' -- ", 181)0 Tt'HfkMb niul OlitSAn'nrt just received nt STANFOnii, KY., A Chic.i'n nL'ripnlt nil minor esti- 31. IIXJBI1AKU, A. M., A. A. Waircii's Model Grocery. Tub Crab Orchard base ball ciuo went! mnUi8 the tot.u vie(1 of wiu(er whent r.,,.. over to Lancaster ami got done up 30 to 272,.'M1,-AUyear in c. VA buh. MannRor 1 MrbTnalu urse those who owo mo lii, but they told the Lancaster that this bushels, the United States atthe mcr- - Faculty of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Kxccllcnt but believes that -pottlo. I need mon tocomi' forwnrd and they couldn't come to Crab Orchard and chantable product of the crop will be Hoarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction thorough. Send ey and I iiinct have it. II. (J. Kupluy. MEANS HUS1HESS. do so and sure enough they didn't. On considerably less, owing to bad condi- for Catalogue. I menu you. A. I'u your (U'rrmnts. II in 1. nil Wallace IS. Vnrnon will their own grounds tlie C. O. boys won tion. It I Vim v. Col. George O'Neal, representing the nddrebs the good people of Highland in just as easy 10 to 4 and they can keep on A IIIG VfciiB-- and jewolry ropalred and Clnrk County Fair Company, was heie doing it. the interest of the democratic ticket at warranted. A. It. Punny. yesterday working up interest in the 'J p. m., Saturday. Tiik Lancaster Itecord came out yes- meeting which occurs Sept. The In'St place to buy drills, patent when iiiedicineH and toilet articlee in at A. It. Tins Gnrrnrd Fair logins tliis morning, terday and for the next two days will be SS.000 in premiums and purses will be ) IViiiiv'h. a daily. This is a rapid stride fur a town given. The colonel is .1 hustler and the lit'Y your school books, ink, tablets, with premiums aggregating $1,800. It paper, pencils and nchool supplies of all is going to be n big show and everybody that hasn't been noted for supporting .1 very man to represent that booming seckinds from A. It. Penny. weekly very well. Hut it is as much in tion. should make it a point to go. the editor as in the people whether a paThe Georgetown limes reports 12") PERSONAL POINTS. of the Ken- per succeeds or not. It takes enterprise cattle on sale court day. 2; head good Cait. Thomas Iii. It. ('. Moih.w will rvturti home tucky Union, who is on a visit to his and work from one year's end to anoth-- . medium cattle of 1,000 lbs. weight solo at in a couple of mother, invested er. $2.02 and 20 yearlings weighing 700 lbs. front lots in Col. Hull' Duilderar's adHt 12.05. Calves at $7.50 to $11.50 per Ui.i.it Ik'ciiAXAN in the iii(.it New. Uv an inexcusable oversight we failed dition to Itowland. head. Only a few broke mules were if Mix. Smith I5nnhm:in. to mention Hon. G. A. lackey's lots in Mi-A r ii Pom, of Boyle, la visiting nvernge of Li rutin V. Hon. It. U. Warren will our last issue, though fully apprised of ollered and several sold at an I.ixziu and .Mary Priirht. Plug horses brought from $00 to MiFtea for the demo- it. His barn wns struck by lightning speak nt Liberty Monday $100. Mies Knim: Adams, of HrynntHville, is cratic ticket, state nml county. The Thursday night and its contents, includthe mu'Ht of .Miss 1'i"hIo HiehnrdH. mere announcement is sulllcient to,draw ing two mules, burned up. Mr. lackey S NEW Mit. and Mns. J. P. Citow have a crowd In thin county, where Mr. War- seems to be especially unfortunate in t KiiBH'll Springs to npoml a few weeks. ren is so deservedly popular. this legard, as he has autre red fcevoral Mimw. T. It. Walton ami V (i. Me. :s"o yoo-i- . Kinney will go to "Uroen Ilriur" entertained his disastrous fires. Mr. Jons II. Mili.kii REPORT OF THE CONDITION Mit-- .1 unnii: Pm'i.iima.s', of Danville, la old friend and army comrade, W. W. They are in earnest about the railroad or THE My stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry are now on exhibition. The Longmoor, Ksj , candidate for Appellate in Adair. Gov. Hindman writis Mr. MtniK Min.s Laura Jones, near May MJ1. LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK, stock is new, of the latest styles and of the very clerk, at his home Wednesday evening, Vandeveer that a number of citizens quality to be found. Mips At I'll a Stbh T,of lUoouiiuKton, and a thoroughly enjoyable time was have signed the contract to give the AT Call and see it before buying elsewhere. All work WARRANTED to I'!, Iihh been the guubt of the MibM'H spent discussing war experiences and a Cumberland railroad a free t. In th ute or Kiniucty. at the cloe of bu Wiay. July it, 1890 supper. Among thoe present through the county, besides the necessagive satisfaction or money refunded. Fine watch repairing a specialty. Mil", a. K. Pknky and Mr. lieorjre were Col. T. P.Hill, Hon. It. C. Warren, ry grounds for depots and side tracks. RKSOUKCtS Penny w ere both hoiiiuw hat better Win. Beck, Sam T. Harris and Dan Mil- About half of the wav has been secured I.n and ditcininu ?33f4l 31 , ler. cured and unsecured ... .. S.ob l in Cney and the rest will eoon be. The U S . llund. to fcurtt circulation 50,00000 M:-(ii.KN Hibh, who spent the gprliiv! Si'kkis. Col. Jolin H. Cnstleman, commissioners appointed by the county Due from approved reMrvo a,iil 14. 139 40 .GO TO. hi Alundon, Va., b) with her slhtot, ChairroMi of tlie State Central Commit-t- e court to attend to that business in tins Due IrotiMXher National Ranks .,... 10,89 01 Mr. V M.Onentt. notifies our county chairman, Mr. county, Messrs. John O Neal, G. P. Due from State Hank sad IkMhurt Mil. Wu.i. MonKitt.Y, operator at IIxel T. D. XewlMid, that Hon. P. Watt Ilnr-di7 300 00 Plight and W. K. Varnon, will proceed Heal citatc, f jruittire in4 txturti.. and Maa 559 40 Patch, is vibiUnc IiIh bister, .Mrs. Spootm-ningeneral, will speak here at at once to secure the grants and expect Current epn U. S. ltod pa4 Attorney . Premium en 2,10c 00 I lulus Well. at 2Uth, for the deiiiocrat-i- c to be through in a week or so. The RilU of oiImt Rank lOYW 550 co Malum' left yesterday for ticket. Gen. Hardin is a tine speaker iron seems to be hot now; do not let us fractional ppr currency, nicktli aad "MODEL. GROCERY" (Inilu'utlie. () , to visit Miss Uawie Snip, and never f!U to flie the democratic fnil to strike it and lose a golden oppoi-- t 9 73 CMU. 4,00x1 00 Specie ne of her conservatory friends. hour him. It will unity. heart. Turn out and Lena tender note 6,500 o to his do you good. W. II. MiixRii lias fuad with U. i. lYeaiurt r, .. CHURCH AFFAIRS. led with mnlariii nearly over bince 5 per cam. rf circulation 2,150 00 Oi-friend. James T. Harkley, has lourt day, (Hit was better yesterday. Hev. J. W. Lynch will preach at tho Total ..$44,o6 oi onnrludufl to mount the muitig stump Mihh Urn in Dii.i.ion cHine down from UAUIMTIES. and tell the people what kind of a con- Crab Orchard springs next Sunday Capital stock patt ia . Saee.000 00 t rah Orchard yastenlay to 8iy awlule stitution the proriihiliouifts wnt and morning. . Surplus Fund. ........... ic.ooo 00 Hith her rimer, Mrs. W. M. O'Hrynn. Sunday-SchoTlie Kentucky State .... Undivided profit what kind he will make, if they elect m t ulfe and Mr Fuin'k KNcitKiiAV, Convention will be held at Georgetown National Rank N'otoa outstanding .. .1100 C4 AcKritns him as delete from this county. l.iiiilitr, l'eviie, and Miss Hettie 2S Individual deposit aabjott M check., 41,I3 79 Asks us to Announce that he Tuesday, Aug. 20, to Thursday, Aug. Due to other National Ranks I4,t7 05 a wevk at Crab Orchard cordingly ho inclusive. will speak nt Crab Orchard at 2 o'clock Do to State Rinks and Rankors .priiiKR. will preach at Mt. Moriah on Notes and biils txoeo 00 next Saturday, 2'h, at Hubble on tho Mil .mm M. Wilmitk, of Iouiaville, Is and Sunday in the 9th at 7 f. m , and at Mt. Xenlu on the July.fourthwillSaturday old Brother John Total .... .... ....$44t,io$ O h. re with old frieinU, on bis ruturn 1 preach 2tli At the (Mine hour, llu also request8 STAir. OKKEMTUCRY, j M (i .in Monticello, wher bis wife stipend on Sunday, assisted by CountT of I Jncoln, Uii dfinocrntlc opiwiient to be present Ballard's funeral 1, John R Owslny, cashier of the aboved naaKd lug me mi miner. Pro. Long.. Martin Owons. Having secured the services of and dirldetlme with him. Rank, do solemnly swear that the above staloaent Mi.. W. F. MCi.nv Is down with the Bishop Granbery wants to engage an is (ruo to the hast of my knowledce and belief. JOHK R. OWS1.HY, Cahier. i ..u.iiinl fever Mid iiiihWb to mingle with Iiowi...v) was enlivened a few even educated .Methodist young ladv, '!' to Subscribed and iworn to before me this 14th day t1 e tersiib lie had hoped. His friends ings ago by a tight between Jim Hottol years of ago to teach art. nnd music at of July, isoo. I am now fully prepared to do w i r."t, liowevur, let ht muio HiiH'ur on and lul Duddernr. It seems that the the Methodist school in Itio de Janciio, Correct attost- W. M.HKIGHT.N 1M. C s II Smank, ll. at ni unlit. young men loved the same giil nnd to Hni7.il. Applicants can address Mr. D. Directurs J S. OusiCT, Mu. 1) G. iJi.At'iuiTUit was in our olllee get the better of his rival, Hottel report- II. McGarock, Nashville, Tenu. Thote J J Kmpuy, Wednesday ordering Job work. He is ed thnt Dudderar was drunk on a certain who go must remain five veins. the busiest man in the county and is occasion. They mot in Ferrill's barBrick Rosidonco Hev. Dr. Scarritt, who gave r2.",000, For Salo-- making a grand success of bis new CSrcen room and Duddernr askod Hottel about to the Bible Training school, and died In hnh I now hve AND Mam ttrcet, and the I'l" k, ippo- .k kn n .i the i.i.ar "pruigs. it. A oiinrre! ensued and upon the lat- from exposure incurred while attending billHf blSijuire , Stanford Owsley OWSLEY J I! site Court Mm J s HrttiiKs came down from ter applying an opprobrious epithet to the recent Methodist General ConferHe Duddernr he seized .1 beer glass and got ence, left a fortune of over $2,000,000, to k rustle Springs yfetrrday. nys a line crowd is enjoying the de- 111 ti;c licks on Hottel's head, cutting be divided among six children, one of All work warranted and promptly done. Judge Shelton lined whom is tlie wife of Bishop Heudrix. lights of .the place M(il that a crowded him severely. We want 'o lr Karm pritcN lthai' near for August is assured. state oach ?ft and. iots. Tlie union meeting, held at the Aires in a AmAn i .! i.ultit n rj.iml lies us at Cull "n wddreis lIuNhle, Line Is remitting for n subscription, Mlta Presbyterian church at night because it Hublile, Ky The democratic candidate for appelHEItRING .V MENEFFE is m Kiniim (inrr.tnl, of .Manchester, eonveye late clerk, Mr. W. V. IJiigmoor, of Har- has the largest auditorium, and at the cheerful information tlint land is on morning is prothe rison county, attended the Hustonville other churches in the or a lag boom in Clay county, selling In of the leading demo- gressing satisfactorily, though there have Fair and met many Kvnnge-lis- t some instances as high as $1 00 an acio. OH crats. On all of them lie made the most been no additions yet. In fact A i ktthii from Mm. ltuinsid at Cum ' Williams, who is conducting it, has favorable impression and Lincoln county The New Stanford Roller Mill Co. berland Palis convey the sad Intel!! , may bo counted on to givo him at least made no direct effort in that direction Mayor K. II. Hurnside is a degeme that Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall the usual majority. So man can look at yet, his sermons being princijMlly great lenl worse and his family are very has voted to preparing tlie membership for S Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, him and think of the heroism that i. Ve,T J. Foster, F. Keid, J S. HoAer, A 1 horias Metialf. s In itous nliout tlie result of his Mines?. G of the divine 'I llarr.i, Or marked career .Aid sue the maimed and a gracious M I'enc, J. K. VanAr.d tie nd J W. Hnj den, do Jewelry and Silverware. M C. M11.1.KK, .In., ol Austin, Texas, ho speaker beems to ue thor- hereby jsiuciatc to;itrier and become crippled condition in which he has had spirit. pursuant to the provisicnk of Chapwas hero Tuufiday shaking hands witli oughly consecrated to his work and hi: incorporated ('rtit-raStatutes of Kentucky, as a ter 56 ol tlie to right the buttle ol life, and not have real ctlatr, irill Company, fur the tit h st of friends he imvle during the his bosom swell with admiration forsueh earnest and eloquent discourse-- nre bure and elevator and .tiltur hac of the property about personal due he lived in Stanford. He is in the a man. He is every inch a hero and the to biing fourth happy results. The the mill, of Stanlurd, the , lormerly owrt-r- by tho Ky The Railroad slsnford Roller Milt Co.," and for the purchase ..inking busincbs in the Ixne Star Statu noof both armies will meetings will continue until further of such other additional real estate and machinery 3 3 I are giud to know- has struck it rich. democratic soldiers suggestion will be as may be re luired and for the purpose of carry-in- s in. efS" 2 ho will tice, and if an outside delight to do him honor. oil a milling bufinesi. M11 Kk.k.nk Hihiiakii. son of Prof. will be Tho name ot tho corporation shall be "The 7 tho Garnud Fair and meet the boys accepted, the night services New Stanford Holler Mill Co.," and tl principal B Ilil'Nard, of the College, left Wednesday visit going to do him proud ou elec- chnuged fiom S to 7.30 o'clock. The place of busiucts shall he fct Stanford, Lincoln C- n West TVnnetisee, wlieio he will visit who are r days are very much shorter now and couiiiy, rwy. day. Renvral nature of the business el the o P 3. Tn "5 aunt for a mouth and then go to st. tion in and sale uf that hour will give everybody plenty of corporation shall Le the pur. business collego. He I. jvi is to attend HuBiTioN. Alvou 25 couples tespond-e- time to get there. iz grair. manufacture and sale of l",ur and mctl and to the conduct the doini; ot uhateier else pertains s a moial and studious boy and is deter-i- n to the invitations sent out by Miss of a flouring mill, and the purchase and sale of '?. .2 coal. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. lied to make a man of hun.vdf. Mattie Vandeveer to meet her friends, The capital stocV of the. corporation ihall be 4 s y thirty thousand dollars, dividt-of McKinney, and Richinto Tanner, Sjo.ooc. H 2 Z J. K. Unite bought of T. J. Hill ft shares of one hundred dollars each, which is paid CITY ANU VICINITY. ardson, of Somerset, Wednesday evenn up in full this, June 9 180, bv the transfer to the bunch of ewes at irU mentioned ill Sec. 1. 5 Cumpatiy of the piorcrtv were delight settling time and I want what ing, and just that number vj The corporation shall commence operations bought of J. M. C. M. Spoonamoie 5. j It is on this, the oil) day of June, 1S9C and continue in fully entertained by Miss Vandeveer, C per head. Hail 100 ewes at ouoweine. Take thisto yourself. existence twentlne years therflrom E to 3 who knows bo well how to do such conthe corporation 6. P Mcltoberts. Foil S.m.e. o00 stock ewes and MO ductedThe affairs ofof nine Directors, shall be live of which t')' a Hoard been made to things. Preparations had y o shall constitute a quorum, and the Hoard shall child of illuminate the yards with Chinese lan- wethers. Givcns it Carter, Morelaud. hascthc power toeirplo) for the corporation such Lkalik Lhe, a 3 ? t. y J. M. Hail bought of 1). N. I'rewitt a agents and employees as may be necessary or to s could Mr. O. P. Hulliiian, died Wednesday of terns, so that moonlight proper fr the conduct ol the affairs of the corpornice lot of shoats weighing about Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. ation and to acquire by purchase or otherwise whooping-coughbe indulged in, but the dampness of the such real estate or personal property necessary or L B.H. DANES, Jeweler, lbs. at : cents. ... J S. WELLS, Ph. G. Prose. Clk. weather prevented and the happy young proper for the business cf the corporation. A. A. Kussel), of Milledgevillesold The Hoard of Directors shall be elected anTntiiiE is one thing certain. The In- 7 pleaspeople spent the time equally as nually bv thr stockholders nn the second Satur tekioii Joi'K.v.M. is going to have ii regit- - antly in doors. Conversing, cards and to L. 15. Fields, of Lexington, his Harry day of each January, to hold ofiico for one year S l'ANFOKD, Ky and until their successor are elected and quali,t Main Street, Opp 'lar correspondent at Hustonville if it has music was the programme and exceed-inid- v OTallon i o'.t for fied. I'ntil theflrst election in January, 1891, the b'lionr-HORbull calves and Poland incorporators aloresaid shall ue and compose the to send a member of its staff to do the eniovably was it carried out. At in Directors' of the corporation. Anv wdrk. We want to hear twice a weeK tho proper time a magnificent lunch whs China pigs for sale. Both thoroughbred the Directory of the corporation shall le filled by he remaining Director. M. VanMo from our beloved and hospitablo little spread nnd it was bonleiing on another and superior individuals. J. 8. I he corporation mail at no line contract or Ut neighbor and we are goin to do so and day before the guests took their re- ter, Danville. incur debt exceeding Sjo.ouo. base all ol the power (. The Tho Woodford Sun notes the hides prescribed corporation shallof the Utiictal Statutes don't you forget it. by Chapter 56 luctant depaiture. of Kentucky. of now wheat nt SO cents, a lot of '21o-- u 10. The private property of th members of this iiot. Agnes Jones, a colored courto Mr. hogs at ill cents, ami a largo lot of extra corporation shall be exempt irom the debts of the siAn A SlCHT I)KI.1(1IITKUI. Even'ino. corporation. sail, was shot in the face by Tom A Suro Curo for all Di&eaaos In sain Moiiefeij luunl.1 us the followim;: sugar inuli'S at SUVi to S1&2. Tho Heard ol Directors shall elect a Pre-- I ii. a Danville negro, Wednesday. It On tlio neither l'li tho uleirant County Agricultural dent, Secretary and Treasurer, sith the of which of tho The Bourbon ether or shall is claimed that tho shot was acoidenUl, home of Mr. ami Mrs. IJ. K. Wt'nron society will hold its annual fair Sept. 2 ollucrs which be incompatible said officer khall hold their ofl'i. 0 others, there aro rumors that thore was a was thrown open to a fow of tho ninny and tho four following days. President one year, ar until their successors ate sleeted an J but ' -- vrri nirr sif J rrf ' iualifiwi. The Hoard mav iec:ulre of its 'I leas gem ml row in the delectable quarter of friemls of their son, Geo. U. Although Joseph M. Hall has our thanks for f.i- - urer tho execution of a siillictant ')nJ. "A I'lssssssssWRX !r Witness oar haml thm, June 1, ito ' Macksvllle when it was tired. The ball the rain was pouring down, tho house voro. S.i' HAKKIS, Arising front Impurities of tho Blood, 2nd T. I. FUS1KK. is still in the woman's cheek nnd her w.isjnywitli yoiini; iuoplo ami their One of tho heaviest wagers ever laid Tiros MKTCALK, from Functional Derangements. disfigured. face is permanently J. S MOCKER lmpjiy talk ami merry lunj;hter Hlioweil was that of the Marquis of Hastings, who I W HAYDK.-Chorse-racn C 4sIII & MiliBHlTV and j. K. VANARSDAI L. that they won enjoying tho hospitality bet $000,000 on a single Jm Politics makes stiango S O. HOfKEU. fl9BKvBr5' "5 A DEAD SHOT ON YORMS, AND A CERTAIN of their kimlontfrtniners. It is neeilk'bs lost. Tr?o Marquis and his money sbon M I'rN'CK, Our Iiiend, EzniGooch, is now consortIt KID tlie youn ladies present were parted. PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. ing with the very crowd that was hottest to Bay that Tho Winchester Democrat reports V C. llailpy, General Mrrchiiulne, Turuersvilte; forgetting the Stanford's prettiest, and tho gentlemen Fors.ilebvA. R Ponny, Drucsist, Stanford, against him in D70 and HIAN'K MAItl.MON X & H tones. .Mt Salem. W I. McCaity, Druggist, Kingssille; C C (tooch A Co Waynesbiirs; pallunt. At sales of 100 mountain owes at SJ.UO to JAS. G. G1VE.VS. fiiendsthat Btood by him in the days were, as usuul, polite ami was Arthur elller, DruRKlst, W K. Mcrherson, kolanJ; J K Routen, Druagist, Milledtrcsilli- ! served, $3.7r a head, 100 do wethers at 3 cents, elegant mipper sv cumraiiji.nentiai.'iciuuuuiw, iiuciicTint, j lunumi, iruKisi, t ran Uri naril II GIVERS & MRUilQN. that he most needed them. Wo aro sure 10 o'clock an A 1,000 lambs at 0 and Merchandise, IlichUnd McKinney; C lUler.Otneral did full justice. Tho 115 fat wethers nt if ho followed the advice of the best men to which tho Kiierits weight REAL ESTATE, graceful way in which Georo D. showed 25 cattle of 1,750 to in his neighborhood or consulted his own - in the matter, ho would yet attentions to his Riiests was appreciated at 4J. g Ten Hhnres of tho Farmers Nntional n cat's paw of by tho by all. Ho was greatly assisted in refuse to be uiado I, . its bcuih: Lots, Coal, Iron anil by his gentle and lovely cousin, Dank stock were sold Monday for $1S1 Ton or sold on Commission.IIIHUVI CcrrespW.dence Hook Xvrylnt, Short Hnd,Ttlrgrpkt.Jtem clique who lias persuaded him to oppose Iss CLi If r Ui solicited V I Is lTsF f IVlrJIs Write forVutatogu and fuli Information, per share, B.G. Boyle being the purchnsVamoa purely to gratify a spite. Miss Montie Harria. Judge IhteriorJournal JtZl3 11 """ wlu- - ! hr d j StanfopclFemale Colle ge President. LINE OF 11 n J. '" uton, G i ? I i 0-- 13, CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS Just Received. Also --) A Lot of New f-'O- O 65-fo- Glassware, Is Sonictliinjj Entirely $1-1- MARK HARDIN. . '- ADVERTI-KMEXT- -' AM READY FOR BUSINESS, bet to-tin- 1 S'lANI'-OKF- ), right-of-wa- y . ne-- llrst-rnt- e yen-Wila- y. ROBT. FEBrZEI.. -- n, e, A.A.WA KEEN'S Fruit Jars, Jelly a 1 I . -, k .. For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, 1 ol 1 u4 notice!! .A-VUCsTO- Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. .- MR. THOS. DAITOKTf OF CHICAGO, - ") ALL KINDS! WATCH WORK w-- I:-- FIRM FOR SAX.E ! I FIlsTE IEInTGKR, A. R. hue m m PENNY. mm . mmmm DRUGS and JEWELRY MAMGPIPW Best g Mo-ki- 1 ourtt-lve- s l ) t WATCH, Watch. I a a - To-da- y ? h-- e 11 1 d a b Ml-s- es 9 1 n tete-a-tete- -5 . W. B. MoJtOBEHTS, Coprt-Hous- N 11 ... y DR. ELLIOTT'S 1MCATEDFOOB, Mar-uli.i- l, evt-iiiii- , j MORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs . . ... 'i&MjSKKm- - , e bed-fellow- I - 11 1 1,800-poiuul- s coiiM-ieiic- enter-tainin- Plncvillc, Kentucky. BRYANT & STRATTON Business College AIIIQ1II rl ksf O lot-y- ' ,' ,1 -- f t, i , f 'i.i?r'.hi .7 ' .:j 4i T" Trrr- - v Semi-Week- ly 1 r InteriorJournal MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Kev. Jesse Tyrce, lifted about 70 died Wednesday. Publlahod Every Tuoailay and Friday It is rumored that Mr. Add Catron died nt Hot Springs, Tuesday. ADVANOK t The road working tools recently will be charged. pin chased by the commissioners are beVhen not so paid $2.60 ing distributed. Klection time draws near, but ono K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. would hardly know it from the little beTrain leave. Rowland at 7 00 a m , returning ing paid about it here. at 5:30 ! m Lovelland wife, K. L. Thompson and wife, with others from here, are LOCAL TIME CARD. L.&N. week at Sinks, fishing. 50 a m spending the Mail train going North trpm South At Klkins' Mill, on Hi ush Creek, 59 p m Knrrts train " South am Hud Turpin shot Dock Kdwards in the ' North 37 ..6 30 a m Local Freight North 538pm shoulder during n serimmage between Smith.. them. The latter trains al.o carry paj.enc.ers. Solar The above is calcul ited on nandard time Mr. U. L. Stark, section foreman at time is about 30 minute falter this place, who N spondiug the week friendfl at Hoston, sent us n H. McCREARY with Tuesday. s in this, -- Mr. M. K. Mullln8, who recently Is a Candid u. ior re el,- ti.it. to DemoctheSlh Distr... .uWt to lie w.ll ..I the went to the city and had an eye removracy. ed, baa recovered sulHciontly to be out C. eleetioneeiing in bis race for county Auditor of the Suite of judgu. rr P;rty to iliewfihcDomott-ii.- . Mrs. Hranon, of tho Union Mission, Lexington, was here Tuesday and Wed1XOGI.E "1IISS nesday, working toward the establishfor re election to the offlce i ment of an industrial school at Altamont, of Common school.. Ktectton l.t next Laurel county. She is meeting with enMeadav m August couragement. """ .Mr. 11. II. Wijson, Mrs. Celia Chest-nu- t county in the and daughter, of Monett, Mo., arc Is n Candidate to rcpre sent Lincoln Constitutional n here with relatives. Mr. J. W. Stephens has resigned the position of night operaM. BROWN tor at Hazel Hatch and returned home of the Republic ,n party tor Jailer on account of the death of his mother. Is the nominee PP" at ,he Mr. Frank Catron, a citizen of the Level of Caaey Lounty and August election Ureon locality.tlied 01 typhoid fever SatUncle Hilly McClure w:s in urday. Dr. A. S. Monday after a tevere spell of fetown SURGEON DUN! 1ST. ver. Messrs. J. W. Jones and Win. otcr w . t.ll.-l treet, Oflice on Mam Ilrowu, of London, candidates for dele Unit; Store, Stanford. gate to the constitutional convention, were here during tht week, not on the c. same day, however. SVSJP-TCr-- YKAIt,I' 1 1 1 1 1 JAKES Jo-lb- .' The naby Chotvcil a Cnrtriil-o- . A colored picnic excursion bonrdod n train on tho East Tennessee, Yirgin.ii. and Georgia railroad on Sunday. The chattering, iwrspiring, gayly dressed picnickers crowded the seats mid nisle-- i of the smokrund first cIuih cars and the .' deoverflow even Hooded the pnrlo spite protest. The clamor mid luhel incident to such affairs rose above the clatter of car wheels and made urdinnrj railroad conversation impos.dble. Hut at a stoppuv at ono of the little raihvaj stations tlu're was n lull. A poorly clad old negro of solemn visage cnnn up to a car window nnd said to nit elderly colored passenger: "Sis Sue, I's 'stonished to see you hynr gwine otf piciiiein' Sunday when yo" coumii's baby's boin' buried dis hyar very day." "Law. vim don' tell me! Well. 1 did hear tie lwihy was dead, but den I didn't' look for inrh u suddent funeral. lint uH'm, lllcvcle. lull hear. Wliilo Jutlgo linsley was racing DTHVnr T? A I51U L Lujlliine.all aroiituf Will .ell it through the State last Wednesday trying cheap, Addre.. llo i. Cr.il Orchard, K. to persuade union democrats to vote for him because Wood Longmoor was a WEI-Iconfederate soldier, n democratic convention at Lexington was nominating am cll preparvd tu lore eMs and will do l'n pr.nipth for judge of the superior court Ynn H. work in a Rood m.tnm'r Young, one of tho firmest and most conOne Dollar a Foot. At Kentii l C ill on or jiMrts me j( Minti-rsistent union democrats in tho State. i in I" His defeated opponent was L. W."Hob-ertsosaBSnBHsjaBHsjaaaB oi Maeon, who, though but 15 years old, was so rampant a robul that lie ran away fiom home to join the Confederate army, was captured by the Federals and only released when his father gave bond for him, agreeing to spank him and keep him at home during the tit 111 AY AM) SATLKDAY. ontlnuance of hostilities. Oo back to 26, 1890. 25 your court, judge. Your scheme is a failure. Frankfort Capital. h . BORIKTG. su Q 1 DUitSK ya", - J 0jsMtfr!$v' m t 1 all-- 1 n, Gi5LHHAHD CO. STDCK FAIR :md 1 csijjrMnia went mi'i. the short-i- t M.ikini; tlir. St. . t . nne.tin JII.Y v. in pol for C ri tral I nil tt , I.onn. eat-tls- h nhjw?" - Cmu-res- I "Well. 1 tell you, I lou' know 'jactly. but doro wnr nonio diunle:neet d RICHARD WAHREN KATE roun' do hou-o- , nnd dey s'rnwe de chile bit oir de do emi 0' one of the cartridges, leastways dey found hie lnmd 1110s' hlow-oOnly Dlroot Lino Lima, oil an' ono cartridge done gone." lttfron Cincinnati, lhiyton.Canada. Tolwlo, DeRegion, There was a mo;fn of syaipnthy from troit. th Lake mm of theand I he road i. oldest in the State rt the carloml of listener, Hiid when tin Oiiioaod the onlvline entering Cin.inu.iti over. j. mile, nf douMr track, and from it. pa.t rr orrt in tmin moved 011 a hush of horror held the morn thau .ur Its patrons speed, lonuort and " picnickers silent almost to the ne.t sta- wifett Ticket, on .ale tnrery where, and sat? that lhe tion. Macon (On.) Telegraph .V D , vitlrcr out of Ciacinnaii, rvad C , 11 Cincinnati. Hamilton .V Djyton K U 1. the only line running Pullman's Prrtened Safrt) Ve.tihuUd Iniln., with Chair Parlor. SUcpinc Cincinnati, In nd lhnuiK Car service dianarxillit and Chicago and 1. th 011 j line run n'ng i'hrouch Reclining Chair Car. fcitwKon Keokuk and .Srtrin(nld, HI nndSlceping Car Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the Tho Flnont on Earth-Th- blen IN I'll I MIC Ms ii hor.es Inrwd..... A v , "w ...a k.. .ni.., I.lu die !...... ti mi i'T iiu- cr.l ii t "I an I nir in II M 'Ir liln lot CJtHl"i'ir Washiiigliia. flaltimore, Plnlt! I S k M Rlt. s, j, KrankMM Kv iuikeM time to I an u.iei, Ry Mil Hivhrnoad, VIRUlMA Shone. t -l.itilclv.t line to l.iMMI OiW I 1 - ... - New York, Michigan Pesats, Chlcs I Detroit, Cleveland. I ndianapoll. and the West, New KiuUn.' Canada, ICustoti, , i- REtVJErVIBER THE i anville-Far t I I r if Mr . . s Solid Train., hasgag. cars, smoking hen, Pullman Bo 11J oir Slei-ne- r thr- out ch inn via Chattan oga, Ulrmiturhsai, M ' r in making direct -- onn.it Ions en ion. I ih- -Ki .ills, A.hevilU-- , Lynchburg and points in co. i' ' II. MILLER C-- J. . ymSfy PRICE, li lt July 'JS. Please allow me District space to return thanks to Mrs. Patten for correcting tho spelling of her name, for we do beliovo she can spell her own name W. B. , right, altbo' Mi.ss Kate Hogle spells it P.ttton, and I must think Miss Kate is a P., or offlce recently better educated lady than Mis. side M.111. tmt, in Office Stanford. Ry. been our school she could not have, vacated bT.nr. L F Jluffiuan, And, friend editor, 1 TJ I leave it to you to correct any other mis3J onpo takes, as I do not claim to be a scholar, . t.i mv I have remmeuiij . niii Vi.-- RF.II. all but believe my education is as good as Female College, where site HUt.ll timet. Mis. Pattern's. She says that nothing in my letter attracted her attention except H. V A I WOOD I.J. ALI.N tho spelling of her name. She undoubt edly thought of the great confusion about AIJUEIS & ATWOOD, ththe school she taught last year, REEL ESTATE KGEETS. ing untrue aliout hor fcchool was told, and it can be proved. She desires a good City, Tonn. name in her school, but we cannot give JAS.O OlYKNS. it to hor. We do not deny hor name beWM.AYKUS ing honorable, but it is not the namo handed down from Adam's nice that peo Attorneys fit Law, ple should bo ashamed of, and that is Ky. why I or any other just person should 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, not be ashamed to own our immes when shreve Rmldii R we speak the truth, for it is written in r Hod's commandment "Thou hhalt not hear false witness against thy neighbor." As I have told nothing untrue, I don't Tn.n.-- and lUndlerof (2 pi see any necessity for signing my name. been goHarness and Saddle Horses and The school it. District 40 has they sny ing on for threo weeks, and in Fancy Roadsters. dealer nl' there aro not more than three to five X Horses l.ught nnd .old on a ." -; schqlnrs in attendance, while there are Kitteen voir'. C I SANUIDC'K. Stanford, Kv. tf between (10 and 70 in the district. A great deal of complaint is likely to follow OLD on account of the school; for I, for my WE&TKEREQRD HOTEL. p.ut, fear her fiery temper. If our superintendent could view the condition of ULslONMl-lt- . K. tilings we surely would have a better Proprietor. school. We know our school-housis P. W. GREEN-- condemned and acknowledge it is not Having Ic.scd the .. m prrp "ed t .icv .mm.Klme the teacher's plate to build one, and wo . nr.l-c- l. know there is no law to that etfeet, neiLivery and - nple Ro.m. ther do we believe- there is any law for cr.Dai.-aziXjTonteaching children where horses had been sr stabled and hogs penned. If we could DILLIONS SWITCH, KY. c equal to King Solobuild a Dealer In- -Dry mon's temple, it would require a juali-fieGoods, Notions, Hats, Caps teacher to create an interest in the common school now, as there is so little Boots. Shcei, CluthmR, Hardware, a Tinware, Furniture and interest in it. An Mrs. Patten claims, Genera! Line of Groceries, ate ignorant peoj l , out we sun nppw i Fancy Catidie., Cron Tics, &C. for a teacher, for how can wo bo taught All kinds of Produce taken n. exchange for jjoous. without a teacher? It would be better Ky I'dMniiue, liinioii, for our school to be closed and the money spent for a now building, thau for our cliildien to be receiving no benefit. As Mrs. Patten is superintendent of a h-school and pravs in public, trying LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE to find favor in the sight of the people, I trust sho may II ml favor with (Jod. Our RAILROAD. people are ignorant, it is true,; but they . The Great are likely to rtmain so if Mrs. P., a poor, teacher, is to THROUGH TRUNK LINE. little indilleieiit; bo our instructor. From the way she To The writes, it seems that her heart is more in sympathy with tho brutes than with Withthe children she attempted to teach. In c .inclusion, I wish to say that I have r.'ad the 37th Psalm, and as I don't where to find the writer, I invito your readers' Louisville attention to tho 71st Psalm, trusting in To Nashville, Memphis, (rod for better times in our community. Y. eX,raCtlDKSrANr-ORI nffl2z DENTIST. KENTUCKY. r: morgan, d. d. s. Advertisement. (To the Fditorof the Inten r Journal.' DR. PENNY, Dentist. well or that he can traitixtct tome of the huMupSd of never handled reiavdie. that sell e de tho Standard Oil company on his way hav pvea uch uni.er.jl satfdaeilon. and we not hesitate to guarentee them ever) time to and from New York when he feel in Maud ready to refund th purchase pneo " hese do the humor. There is a tyinnvriterin the factory results wou not follow their mm. purelv remedies ha. c s'it P"pulaiity cabin and a commodious desk for the on their merit. A. their IVuny. I'taigm K use of the millionaire's secretary. The spectacle of n Standard Oil innguute A Snfo Iuvostmont ou sails to bring starting the busings of the day while Is one vhhhls uuaraoteed failure, a return of of factor. resHlts. or taking hi-trip from Lnrciimotit to your purchase price case this safe plan joa i an tin hotlle ol Ir Xew York in his yncht belong to tho bur from our ad.eitiMrd druggist It i. L'.ti.'. V.. Diunverv for L.io.ueitvtiosi. latter day history of New York. 2,ov guaranteed to brlnj; relief in u rase when York Sun. the thi al,lni.i. r che.i, u.inl for any aHeitionof 1 , with a big crow of men aboard. Every' Crmmeni mg M nda. M y w w ill run a reg Moiit Wins. ICr at alar thing aliout the new boat is ipick and Wede.iret.i .ay to oir citiiwns that for years we everyit epr--agoninand tleli.trwo dciresthrit house of Notify Manfonl sjmu new. Mr. Flagler has had a large ha.o ban sjIUiii; Ur K.i.ir New Discovery fjr mil yu --. ih inWKitiil ConsurnpiloH, I)r Kiiiu". Sew Life Pills BRKMF.K CLAUS 1 up aboard si tf otJlce fitte the Ahcin, where Arnica Sal. e and Kleitric Hitters. anU have , n The Url KlUe in the world for cut., bruins, sotsts, uUr, .alt rhfiim, fomr ott, tetter, all skit. cntbonts to Mr. Flagler's new floating tlon.hand., ihilblam., corns aad no pav rcHjuir ptle.i or and ixilnce, the Alicia, which, by the way, is td. It is posmil cure; ' perleet sauslactior , guaranteed to the sensation of the yachting world just or money refunded Plico s$ cents put ho. Per sals by A R. Pennti Staiilord. Ky. at present. She is lying oil ch-p- ITtsIrr I'loutlht; 1'utiu'o. This year erery man who lives near the Sound ami who urn afford the is investing in a yacht. The cmft range in every couceivnble variety, from Mr. lnx-ur- y IndiMiapoli. or Toledo. General inor AVG. 5, 6, 7, 8. At V f l'ariigcr and lie Let Agent on, Chatunonga for Charleston, Bucklen's Arnica Salve Excursions on All Rullrotuls Each Duy. Jeo M St.k. rp ed M. irr, Se ' t P. tc. il l'n. Lnrclunont ICB,-IC- B. Car. to I Pullman ftouduir or Pai tf ... nillr without iluntc tor x rrsor haKgafe. Netma and Montgomery, lluat.ville, I'f st lloreme, .Memphis and AHKA.NSAS ot 1. ShotU-.-t and junket to Anntston niaje at M W lute Direct ronne-tmih I I A.N'S will. out omaibu. traa.fei for .r .1 llou.ir.u, Austin, M i. Prun.wuk, Lake City, I'homasville and I t.i DA point. . i" Theonl. line ruanlri: . t ii .. Augu.ls, AUanta, Cnluatba., 1 Msiun, Si r , HI r , Seli,.' TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. 1 he only through line to Jmk.on and i . Miss. , Shrevep.-rLa., making dim t c without omnil u transfer r Dalla. I 11 Austin San Antvnia, KI Paso and , itn.iti t Huek-len'- s U . . For Salo II I I Twenty liuilcliiij; Iols lii the corptfrntc limit ol Knwl.mt 8 or TEXAS, ARIZOHA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Pur through rules tnrre-.- t count, m.i a i inlnimailun tall on Amt at ky lun-tin(n- addre. 1- Ml I .S K W HkM How land. t t hAK h 1- I I iv I'wiqi I in Pa.. Agl D i. "til tl , I I . IW I r tin,' lOl I 1 M) K A I 111 'l In tlio Sotithvn..t. A railroatl man who is an agent for mi easteni road doing huaineM with all the thi lungrhMroMiiHiDtian. maminatio bronchitis, a.thau, whonping uigh cniup. rt-- -.. , to the lasie, etc It is pleasant and Srtly safe aad caa alwav. be relied upon Tn.i bottle, free at A. R. Penny's druR .lore agn-eablp-- tou :vi. f ntUAf . Leating bulk rn :ioR . .- -. B, MOV E '",". , s I Johnson AYRE3&G1VENS, ioi-y- C. T. SaOFDIeOGOE, i: r cxii-ricu- cs --- lr 3c-- 1 .;; S- '':11V, ''' e a"d'(;-furni.he- d, - K'hool-hous- d Queens-war- e, ILo lie Mo Sabbat- I'd-cla- SOUTH & WEST -- A Serious Mistake. Enraged father: "Well, that's tho last time I'll ever be Little Rock, fool enough to give any of my daughters Mobile and New Orleans. Mother: "Why, a wedding check." News & Miss.Vallev Co. Charles V There is nothing wrong, I Newport hope." Knraged father: "Yes, but there Only one cli .ngt t point, in has gone is. That fool of a and had it ciiBhod." Judge. tlanta, Montgomery, son-in-la- ARKANSAS& TEXAS. EMIGRANTS 0rW"te Stkins homes on the line of this road will receive Special rate.. tht Company for rates, route. A., a I'. ATMOlfe C. P. Ky. l.oui.ville, &-- "I am like a tree," ho observed, ns the Old Pio Pico, tho lute Mexican govclook struck eleven, "I am rooted at your ernor of California, is passing his desome-- 1 side." "Yes, but even trees times." And tlk-- Seth Low is putting new life into the positive guar ante at 151 and 50c by A. R l enoy venerable machinery of Columbia colA Child Killed. i I) lege. He hne no respect for an old rule Vll It S V M. In ill.. Another child killed by the use ol opiates given that does not rtiwonably provide for m the fam af soothing syrup U by mothers Ktve Philadelphia "JUl'JO (tHASS KlJCJ'K. idly poison 1. uiriM a now contingency. For iustince. n their children such the child af us pevaiwr Baltimore, New York, young mnn not overburdened with w ban User can relieve Acker's llahy Soother It Tbo Shortest and Qulcteertt Hottte from troubles b) u.ing Dr wealth entered the law school, joying contains no opium or morphine. Sold by A. K. All hea.t and L.t lulj 'Sn utIi'K'h it Irom Lcmgton, Contral Koatucky to nil points North Bast, Wont nnd South-Wowhat was for him quite a fee. After at- Penny. Fast Card in Ian 1., ivjo Corrected lime Iatnobutwoun Loxlnirton and Clnclr. , Wo Can and Do tending two or three lectures business lor Has natl. Acrca. D7.V exiicencitn forbade his contiuuauco nt (iuaramee Dr Acker sin Wood IJiair. this coun thf Htoolool STATIONS Dad, D'tl. V. study. He applied to the treasurer for been fullyisde SCHKDl'LKIN KFFKCT.MAY 11. preparation, for F atrr.a 'V rythat it. supurior to all othercure lor syorulitK un IU Sun. a rebate on hu cah imyment, only to blood diseases. I. is a positive n No 1. Na. 4. - f. ...i j u n n'nl j 7 am it ji n meet with a delr.v and hear a rule re- poi.oausut, ulcers, erupm thorouhly huilds up the I.vcSiaaiord 6 10 pin, " I r.inglon 40 am. isuui the wnole system aad F. Sua IHily a is 43 ps ' Winche.ter 7 00 6 40 pai cited against nch n demand. Then he onstttutkM. A. It. Penny " K. L'. Junctioa . I 10 a ti I.ve Cincinnati i 1 .5 dropjied Prident Low a line. Within ' Mt ?tiliag j pai ; to pro I.ve Covussioa. j jo pm I 18 a in . 11, m Is Llfo Worth UvlnB ? pas so .Morehead 41 pas 9 a pa. four hours tho pjt office brought a court4 "" P I.ve Falasoutk.. 44 a in , 1; Not if you co through the world a dyspeptic. OUve Hill J pa. t 10 a , Arr I'an. eous reply and a check. Chatt.r. Dr Achur sDyapepaia Tatdels ai a potivacuia 10 jo paii A.hlaad r U P jo f 10 ii Arr I.it int r,rrL lor the werst forms ol dy.pcpata, iDJiRestion. by " ( attetl.ourg. '10 41 pm 5 jopm Lve Tan. aad constipation. Guaranteed aad aoM HKI in 11 07 pa r t pm " Huntington ... A Yotintr lrnin-iliir' "I . . .. Arr Win., he.trr t 05 p in A. R Peaay. I.ve Huntington- - .... is jo an .. a 7 I' ra aj p n Arr llirhm in' Charleston wits ii'iiinie 53 am ii f...1. iinnit-or- wAlne-.la- ihth in uipt -- William Hecknei. the "King of tl,.. Arr Clifton Air I. ant aMcr 1 18 aai " y tii pa ... u:;:;;;:i . Carn-ist:,lv.. evening, bUnl-r- d Arr ' Lynchburg 11 st a 7 o'clock. Tramps," who lntely trnvoletl from ISo. about flftee-- i u.autea " Charlottesville L.vs Richaseas) .. ' tf P lo jo 1 ".-.- without " WasMnston . Arr Berea J oj p t U The proud moth r Dru: 1. the little! ton to San Fntnrisco and luck s pia lUltlmora Arr Uvinsrtoa .. i i lady stands tiln.r.t three feet high and spending a cent for either mil v. ay fare a is pen I'liiladulphU. ' Nsw Vork ha a slender body, hut 'very long legs. or fo, wants to waeer ?600 that ho can " Hichuioad. Va. 9 so ai No. 5. North Ilouad. Na. 1. N Thi U the forrthdrom"dar- - Iwrn at the' . ., t'j(J i0i,y y (jfly8 on theanme ' OldPolntComiof l i 40 " " uo ' Norfolk....... .. p ............... I.ve Living. t juk. The Qrrr. Horace, di-- iu infancy. l'omlUk)" 01 S a in i..e iierca His hide. hum', and all. C.:'rt. CassJll . .. Arr nit run n U4J a Train, leaving t.eainston it in am and to has monnte 1. It i now in the captain's pm daily, eacept Sunday c aneit at V.'irrhes il.veStaif r.1 f no a 3X11UV ?Icrit mi J l.tx wtt I'ltltt. r a J 4. a parlor. Tlie fi?cond. Kat . vrx sold ttr An n.,'v.r mi l Si on h ter far Richmood, Ky and point, on the K C R I.e I. Im, ii ":li . .atua in the circus wir'i the graml mother of the llv. i.r,,iiiin inn i Mir...i,:h .Ho norrca R Limited Vestibule E frosi New York. I'hlladel Arr Iti f;,. Kuh.u. 10 p "' Hi'" I'llioua baby just anived. The third, another A , Il iir.m-- i- In l Tnoy I. P l Ul CO'lStifWI lima, ivn.ningionauu an ttaai, arrives ai Arr mchc-ir- r s 00 I' m 7 H j 'it Tl f i.eaiagion i 4 47 p ra oauy mauioru 1157 pm Arr I'sris. .. 40 p m - 4 ii itn.l rlu dr. it Horace, still live. He, with Druid and tii.ii. ,il u iu mi i wo Fat mail fruns Richmond, Va , and all point s 05 hi ' t r 70 a ri J the baby, composa tho drove now at tho fcm d .irui. ih .. It iK- .ii.j4n1r-'o- .ntc-i- Stdutv ea,t, HuHliugloa, W Va, and all local tathas ar Lve Usxiuflton a 01 p m 1 50 ui MiatMsk 5, an 4 pn nves Lestnstoiiut ia 40 noun daily uacept Sun I.vel'aris imik. Baltimore Sun. 4 11 p in v IJ a in 5 a l..e FalaHtnth. p re in v. Stanford 6 5 40 p in 10 js a pro Accommodation from Olivrllill and intermediate Arr Co.tagtan. A s'ortunale Wotiin:. n 13 jo p injio 45 a in '. s.oint.. Richmond, Ky., aad points on the K. C Arr Cincinnati A I.I11I: (Intif. reaMrs Marr I. lUki-- r of Ovi.C Muli . at Lesiagtost l'io, am, daily, ex Ry. arrivi-Train. No. 11 and n run Sundav niilv etwee Tho late Hon. Samuel Adams Tumor, son tu VOI thullklU. Wliillll.ll T .It SUf- colli Sunday Stanlord jo p m ( mcinnatl and I.esiligtun, leaving leicr tmru mnn lie .ore tickets read read via N. X. .V AI. V lam , aad irritiug 11 Lcsingtuti atCincinnati t of Norwell, issesseil a unique iuterost of m.Mitii, bad I Hti'try oftf years In W is slmrt 11 in Lit iniIu anli. tlut-- Co., i:. D. l.etlncton at j 40 p. m. and arrive at Clircinli m to the student of our ourly history. His irhiu', (intn. ft. or t ikinu two Uiittui m. S. F. It Mtlltsr., O. I' A Cincinnati, O. 3 JSP (' i..-- U a ivs, "I am tyues' lln.irt death removes the last link of a very of Dr tlmn No"ycut . i ihIinI ni'l yealgut on ineiaysviiie nrancn, .No 9. leaves 1'aris at r ' bet rr s 00, a nt aaa 11, at 543. P in, arriving Wi I n Ivim) nil iwr short chain which connected us with the limn at Maysvtlle at in 1$, a m, and I 10. p m. N g till, pilgrims. Mr. Turner, who was born in A. It. thliv aUllclod Iu u 'fijitiMUil-- . n rumrtlv." leave. Mays. tile at $.15 a m, arriving at Paris at guitrun-tftr l' nni. tiriikirUi. 17wi, remembered Ebenezcr Cobb 74a, am. No. 11 leave. Maysvtlle at it Di. MiMw' win It n ilfiri I'm u tq anj arrue. at Paris at 4 15, p m. These train! arr nmrvriirti. totutuiulaK Irsto. "Father Cobb," us he was called who dally eicept Sunday. nicy aji fniititl. died in thenrt No of this century, ut to Cincinnati nuisdall) irom No 4J Iea.es Lestncton 10 00 am: arri.es Pari. r trow Vr W. A. Thomson, Th ftdlonlt k tho age of 107. and who knew tho chilp onlitir.jr in'tHn,unK' la 45 am; except Sundaj dren of the pasnengers of the Mayflower. of inutiihi,,iv.W. "has Iwein treat v . for her No I Iwnc. Cincinnati j 10 pin;arrit Ii" "My ul o.' i'almouth 7 10 pm: except Sunday. So in three lives Peregiine White, lisml sioinm ami io v m prir,iti..n liy tlirrp No. 7leae. Faliuoutli 6 00 am ; arrive. Cmcm V ' i., i'i h'fajfn, on" In N tu Ubeneser Cobb and Samuel Adams Tu- doctors pliliuui'ii in C 'oiu nt. mi'i it.holnmo natl 755 am: except Sundav l'hltaUo In lrain Notes. No i run. I.exinj. rnerthe entire '..'70 years of Now Eng- fitlotl eHut oillti.T I Vw D' slllu. 'Ih". all ' ton and Cincifin.nl. No is the Cincinnati and Lexington. dally between hetwrco runs daily land's existence was represented. Bos- Nnmnn lu'l il w.i'nh if j I,lit. ulu.iitil No. j and 6 make connections at Wiiu hestei ton Journal. (a tuitt In h'I . .'il n.iht i . ChactiC- - flui gru' SI V Ity lor points on the N N life, nrrvriu ilit il.tnr'ii r . or n f i ete AKkutA.lt im. ilrf; MPORTANT -- Trains ol tins line now nrri.e Mine. Tavarny, the nuaiau prima trial ImiiiIii u. it Di MU.- ikh- loif IhkiU on the niul depart friHil the Central Union Passenger at donna, is mourning the loss of n large Nuivts au.I lit a.'. Statimi Cincinnati, making connection, fir all points North. Ka.t and We.t. mo'nqy and a jmir of diamond sum of Through ticket, and baggage checked to any Wlvoa A Hoon onrrings, jierliaps tho whitest and finust de.tination roacbeil by a rallroail. I would not Hrviiib used "Mothor'a I'nend," For full particular, address any a;eat el the Co u boon to vrivw vfliskiies stonen in Europe. She is now singing at be i it It is or of through the the Covent (iaiden theatre, in London, they must ikis. C. Mctburnc, tuiiiful ordeal ilie W I. Ml NSON. 'lrav Pass.Agt Cincinnati. rite Iowa childbirth. Mrs. S, F. II. MORsK, t'.tn'l Pa's-'-r Agt nnd left them in a cnb on her way home. DraUfield Rfculator Co , Atlanta, Ga., fur further Sold by all ilruegi.ts. e paiuciilars. fin ii iti O. II K I1L'1I(,K)N, e Pros t md Oen The clock recently removed from tho Manager LIQUOKHAB made by the Lexington l'.velmnge towt-- r in Savannah. (In., had DUUNKENNESS-TH- E time Fs In all tho World tlioro It hut ono 'niiil.er of mmrr el' i. ,1 . t p m atl.O oft time there tor eighty-tovomarketl Roller Mills Co., LexingSpocttto. ouro, Dr. Hnlnos' Ooldon yeaiis. ft was removetl becntise it hnd a cup of tea or cotfee without It canbogiM-nisale by all knowledge of the person taking II, cfTectins a ton, Ky. o too unreliable. A modern become the fpvetly anil permanent cure, whether the pallet)! first-clais to take its place. Grocers. is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. w br..ine or .ileasnre. This name obbeing near tho fence at nil, mm server estum that of the citiaeos of without I I guess can do it after awliile." Iu- the United Sutes fully 80 per cent, of those moving from their old eastern isvillo Times. homls go to the new nnrthwest in irefer-encA Duty to Yoursolf. to the middle and southwest. In h is nuri.it.iag that people vrUl ause a cosniuon general the southwest seems to be pre- ordinary pill when they can secure valuable Aug for the umc n.oney " ferred to the middle west. The migra- lk aac a positive cure lor sick headache aad ad ills are liver troubles Thev are smaU, .weet. easily Uken tion to the nouthwesU and the south is R Penay. ny more largely from the central western aad do not gripe. hor sale states than from the oast and New EngCrta't Sluop N'lshta land. Xew York Sun. Is the complaint of thousands suffering Irom ath ma.coaauwptson, couK'h., ete. Did rtiu ever try Dr. Acker's Knglish Kcsaedy f Itiathc besi prepa o i--i- u Ylslton "Woll, Tommy, how aro trunk lines nays that 7o ier cent, of the getting on at school?" Tommy (aged emigrant travel guies to the northwest. ain't doing as well as About a month from now tlie bulk of S "Fiist rate. this buainvswill have lwn done for the some other of tho hoys, though. I can calendar year. From that time until stand on my head, but I hnv.e to put in next spring the travel will lie chiefly for feet against the fence. I want to do it 1 western, southwestern amUnorthweetorn A NKW FAST LOUISVILLE & MAIL CINCINNATI Dan ), Secure. In Tiatelert, - ,THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Fver lim tel belwrrn the great n " ri ,t citir. on ll.e Oho Rt.rr and Clucaen. am' t e the fa.tr. I lone aad null I c Ii twsrn all in ihe boulh, or lo the t t l Northt.e.1. The counterpart of I hi. Iran trunk lines i. denominated The Ltastlet! It rt'.i t he uprib ruUing stock we easptoy give. ia s I'niieoteJ C.mlori , Say M noo, get M"i r, ., . .1 li.paKri you wssl Ioiikihiik) .1 , a.uit aey r or r ml rmali n tu t af 1, etc, csli -- u 11 a ' tie.. C. CKU Ml, T I. A , I oui..illv, kv W. I MantoH.Ry IAS HAKKLK C, l JirW B JUKllPhk ri....lhi.a Agl .Manfii. i tomfi-rtabl- .. L'-rin' mi' I,. - jt ' ."..'o-- i the 1m -- cjiui An f i K .J Joss Thompson, In Poitman Ilou.r lluiK'in;. , , C0I11111I1I11 CoIIi'So'i, t. aration known for all lung trouble. Sold on OLD KY. SOUTE -1 Kentucky Central R.R. . Washington, -- nt KH-- 1 ...it 11 . -- L- --, South-Houn- 11 j j . j -- 1 1 .1 5 11 1 - y Jcpr 1 I 'iji 1 . . v 1 1 1 r-- . . 1 r i . SO U-for-e . 1 --. . V OS . . 1 ! . . 111 1 1 I v.-r- , 1. I ! I .i.ili n- - .1 S at. . I - . , 11 u 1 - nnan 4 4 11 , 111! Ciiint-clIii- . Ii- -s Im V - 1. 1 . n '. , i . , f- - Hiiii-..s-i- l ) 1 i I s oon-tami- jar l,-- i u 'i - 0 I 1 - lo-- r - The BEST FLOUR .4 , Si i utii-.il.ii- ! ri-- - o CREAM For ss A-- I with-ni- N FLOUR , 11 1 T-- C C ( n time-piec- fc 'live he "put forth." Har1 per's Uaaar. '" clining days in poverty. He is now 1)0 jears old, has lost his property and has csxtvurh. to uav hU houao reut. sat have been cured who have taken the ('.olden Specific ay in tlieir coMee Mieve they without their knowledge, and buitdritikinxoftliflr own free will. No harmfu- result, from its administration. Cures ifuar- etlect anteed. Send forcirtiular anil lull particulars, vii drH ti conrli'enre (l"i'lltK SrsctKtc Co,, i6j Race Street. Cincinnati, O, I'ltt.U'.ands of drunkards to-l- FORMENONLY! 1 !- Don't fail to use Cream Flour if you want good Bread and a happy Cook. rn7i nrrnmiiii r 11m liWii Clsneral and NERVOUS flIANHOODt MiTi rt I Weakness of Body and Mind, Etftctl .. t flf Frpriaaise rir.is..nriii.inKitiuWooKnrtsSriHT3ot7ourJ Jl.a iMllfy rrnm u t.1.1,. u V.Vi"lJ M0ICAL s.4 ERIE Miil "' erer.B.iM(Mflaai(hS: " rTrlT. tsVi! CO.. BUFFALO, Mfl s S, .k Ltv -- A-, . V 1 1 K a