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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890080501 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. u V. Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XVIII. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. AUGUST 5. 1890. CHURCH AFFAIRS. G-arra- rd NO. 45 DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. CRAB ORCHARD. Thk Oiu..v ok "Tiiini oAT."- -lt is ,sai.l tnrnr-ont.. that the opptohrioua JIr We hear that the Rev. It. II. CaWl-- ! Sniur nml tt'.fll ll'H'il ro iook iw nw irom ono oi me uim .'tnrne,l from Hot Nnriiuw. Mr. Suitor !b null will lcln a protract.'.! ineutiiiK at of Savoy, whoso dominions uera open to , l10Ut cl.r(,(. of jjh iianwr ,rolbhlj Wnnut ,,,nt (.hnn.,. t,,e ,.(, j,,,,,.,,..,. in ,, ,U)Ilth thu coiitcmlinic powers of both Franco M SU,VI, 0;Vfl,V who mtM to tllis subjortf. to tlu fro- - p,((.e fn)) Ullwhlf llllllIins kt.pt a boar... mid "pain. -- Tliore are now in thu neighborhood w, ,,u- ins.i,0,mL. for , (jiiont iiiiMiraioni of thw rival has quit kovp - 'of JOOKiiosts at C. (). Spring ami Ptlll was obliged to tomporl and favor pow ,. 1)0anlf ra nnil w , n,norJ to ,,,. f(irm hov rome mm n )o,lls o t com. era alternately, as they eoenie.l to bo j, nmir HllWji. paw, tho niKlit train brlnitiiiK usually In oritur to ublo or not to injure him. u ,JU9 ,Wtfn Mo gtmM on (,u qqum (!rwtMt nuilllll,r The ,,,., ,gIlolll. arrangement to prtfction, U1V,8 t0 carry out this tht, ihwleiV tlmt ;inKit "rep" with tho bent of 'em and 0aervu , , ne mm aeon iiimir wim ,,RVe 1)m, ,n tov for t,B ,Bill ftw ,UySi ... e,.rouleiwi 3 one of side and white on the othr, so that it More of them than we ever saw Iwfore, the cnyest in its history. oould be worn indiilerontlv with either What n pity that such men are allowed! A ninn girinu his name as Sow dew, 8..I0011., When ho was nsttviihibly on a vote. from London, Ky., hna boen here for the the side of .Sp.iln, he wore the blue hide Mr. .1. S. Ohrisman, chairman of the last two weeks, taking options on several i Jk-iui- r nonu-time- ..- .... - , There were live additions to the Methodist cliurrh Sunday morning. The very Rev. OeonreMcClosky died at Louisville Sunday. Ho is a brother of Uishop MiClosky. Hitlers Howe, of Georgia, and Clark, of Madison, will preach at Walnut' Flat ne.xt Saturday and Sunday nt the usual bouts. The largest Similar-schoo- l in the word I, hiM to In, that at Stockport. England, hnvlng an attendance of 41.. teachers nml 5, ISO scholars. In five divis- -' College, Lancaster, Ky. ! t iJMfe 'JSK-'fjXaLf-.. out; when the French vwi to he propitiated, he tlisplnyiil the whit hidr lie thoriforo bwauie widel known as Km ........ .1 .... mrtiintM, Ui lurncoai. ami w uinn .!! - 01 nia UiiKiitshed iromtiwouwr pritirvhone bwiriiiK the same name. SIhcpi the Um of Kmmamiel, tho epithet i.i.s 1joii uppllCMl to thaw w?io twin " opinions to suit the occasion, or their own peisonal interest. St. lxnla He-publ- oraol nf hittl-- r follows ol tno bloodv'shirterfi. writes election hill: "I believe In manhood suilraue, and will go as far as any one to sustain and vindicate it, but adding to dead-lette- r laws is not support and vindication. It is a style of that drifts into hyiHwrisy. and the The bill will not of statetmanship. Is enacted, and it is not ho executed if it hm Kill t.,..l lll..t.nl .. ie-vor- ;k a measure tion which the republican army can be rallied to carry the democratic strongholds. The leadim; republicans know this and admit it: and I say 'leading men.' meaning very (jjft. tiuguishe,! Senatorsand Representative., iiiftiuii.. tin i ni?vf mat of whose judgment I have information ui .Mini week. Col. John H. Fish, of I'lnuviltu I no COli- fmm ilium Thorn tl.i was here the latter j)art o last week on rtilerue in this Udge bill, whether a. a . lleaqiilteaiijalh '. to or an law. if ,t should be passed, f ..1 II. only weih. or not-- " it is whether a Knowille !auty, Mls Genie Dos'r lUiaa Yoiit Hat. A fashion tc visiting at J. S. Roberts', on llarrod-,-iwjxrMya it i no longer good form for a burg avenue. Miaa Jennie Shumate w ill gentleman to raise hie hat when lie teach hut first echooj in (lairani, near Miss Annie Stuart, of meets a lady on the street. A conrteous Hryntitarille. the hand, not unlike a military CmbOichard, wrs visiting at A. K. uaveuf has lieeu oulwUtutetl fur the old ' lmus' lat wek. Mma Xannie Uilinnre, custom in lititlon, Purls, Vienna and of Pulaski, is viitfns' relatives in the points ui Ameriea where the styles are county. . startel. It is not a fal but conviction incoverlng the head in tlio lr j tuat Chas. Iovim; has leen placed in jnil n number of cases of uiHuensa. nl Chicago for bignniy He Is known to To see a man go ateng the btreet ami H(rt gVe living wives ami perltniw a spasmodic grab yank his hat otr,on, more, pm liinittnl express on the Clncln-ca- n and bnngitdown over his face so he inside of a crown U amusing. nMli southern struck a liowhler that had see the KooU do the same thing and saphead rolwl on the track near Oakdale June-ihidalways. In thu future keo on tion Sunday night, throwing the engine your hat if you wish to be in ")'" und the mull and Imsgngo cms from the salute, Just touch-- ; tn,t.k g Make a hfrh rullel down a of thu hat the rim bankinent. Only the unirineer and tire- m- ki,k',, l",,,u What a Ian KATS.- -A curious cnlcu-- 1 "'" behyracse, N. ., asl,t '"" have ollicmls lation of the an.oint of foo.1 conMimed' deemed to iiave no more liese imil on in a lifetime of 70 year bus recently Sundays and the Imisville club was been made by M.Soyor, it French Mivnnt. that an ed'ort to break the new rule now chief of the Reform Clubof lomlon. would laud them in jail, wiieieupou the Among otlier things M.Soyor says that Syracuse club manufactured an umpire, work. the averas" epicure of three score and pitched nine lulls and claimed thu game Miss Ella May Sauuders, of Danwill have consumed 30 oxen, J00 by ville, Misfces Honey wood and Fannie of nine to the very interesting sheep. 100 calte. JtW laiuba. M pigs, Huffman and Mrs. Arnold, of Ijincnster, uothing. fowls, 1,0"0 tlsb of Jifferent kinds, were the guests of Mrs. Jauiee S. FJ&h pas"You are h ii tu'e world .lun) ovbI'T-.- , :.,47.',ottndsol vegeUbles, this week. Mr. J. n. Edraiatou it at home ...iinds of batter. . 2 1.000 eggs, and sionately swore the young jjMK ac lie set agaiu after an extensive commercial tour j . . . i !- .( Mir tons ol bread, oesiC'S several auw on one enu i int- - smi.i .nuiI n- - a i.: through Kentucky and Tennessee. Mrs. im nl ia both :es: inn 1...i',h.( wine, tea, coffee, &f. This loved one with "lie Curtis is visitiug her sister, Mrs. ciioiiiioitH iitununt of food will weigh bnt "How long doe it UU a man to go Stuart, at Lexiuglon. Mr. Ueuley t .lint of 40 tons. st. uouw Kspuo- -' 'round tue worui: nski-- sue iroin tit the handsome and accommoda otbsrend of the sofa. And the journey ting clerk at J. K. Bailey's, in company IibaW ssiiS .f aisstwiil tl.k tBrk14 Wttsl WVAk 'P"V n ..,.. iMbe.leepost coal ininea in iim SWWWWt u,Kive juiMVerne the vertigo. with Capt V. M. Hili, of Middlesbo-ro- , maoafl made a Hying trip to Louisville Wed.it "U Andre du Poirier, rmaee. j jof-etoTunes. Mr. nesday and returned Thursday. s . urh produce :50aooD tons of coal. i. and Mrs. Sum Htggins, of Somerset, are i His estimated that ovei 20,000,000 ,,m,. !l worked with two shaft, otuaud tii other li,(Kl The cigara are inxnufactured every day in here spending a fw days with relatives. ' 1. .CCt ll ' plias Annie Stuart ia visiting iu Dan l.iu. lalt ii now beintt deepened, and the United bUttee alone, and thi.s enor level. The inooa number requires in the neigbbor- - ville. Mr. Henley Hutchinson and wife, t mil soon ntch the who removed to Pineville some 14 riMiiiukable featare in tfiia deep mine la hood of 4),tXW twxea for their keeping. temperature expe' Aaa reeult there are over 200 fartoriea in months ago, have returned to C. O. to the tomparativelow reside. Misses Mary and Jennie Shearn. in i'l, wbbli aeldoni rieea alnve 75c the country turning theae Iwxea oat. ers, of Madison, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. James The wood of which these boxes are nuulo YKU eouies from Mexico, Oentrhl America Black have been tiie guests of Mrs. Jauiea S. Fish. There is a brut in Uincinnati which l Wet j n,lieJ, otd dollais Into' vrMrbesta'Jl.OOO ou-lMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. beat Southern California is onlv beginning j il leaf, and an each dollar can le ISsiHC M. Ileriin, of Itoektbtlo into a sheet that will carpet two rooms- to raise fruits. Jt will vet compete with Ton Hi yeiira, niul Miss Martlm K. It. Iuet square, some idea may be form- Knrope in many of such products eifof IU tenuity. It iTquiree J.lOOsbseta years no few if nny raisins were shipped Smith, ngiul 1") yeni.t wero ninrriutl hi Wo thou imported l'nluski on tho .ilht. Ueimblienn. Thoy of old leaf to tiuid in thleknoss u sheet from California. ftml takos "s0000 of over 1.700,000 boxes of Malana raisins, onylitto havo been pmlJlod boforc of writing jMM'r put to butl. them, piled upon tho other, to equal an ljist year iuipoits of Malnpn msins in thickness. St. Louis Ilepublic. amountud to only nbout 100,000 boxes, inch - I'ivo hiunlroil deaths from Cholera whilo California bhippod nearly l.vSOO,- were luportotl nt Mocca Sundny. Tho cable to connect Halifax with Her boxea ' . . Two huiulrctl inillion dollars is tho inuda has lunched tho latter place. Its It is now against tho law to point a vnluu Sjmin puts on the island of Cuba. length is S7 miles and thioughout it is, -- Win, II. Saddler was shot and killed of much greater weight than has hither-- deadly weapon at a person, under the to been used. A careful survey of the sumo penalty as attaches for nsitiult, and by Win. Littoll, Jr., nt Williatiistown Sunday niht. Doth men were drink-ibed of tho ocean will bo made, so as to if any person from ambush or any most suitable position for continent or hilling place, shoot at any p. tiie A coloted preacher of Gordon coun cable. Tho temperature at dilleiont person, without inllictiug a wound upon the depths will at the same time be deter- such person, ho shall be deemed guilty ty, Ga., poisoned n family of 10 colored of n felony, nnd, upon conviction, Bhallj persons with Rough ou Rats, Ii of whom mined bo confined in the penitentiary not less are dead nnd the others are not out of Tho purchaser of land on which is n than one nor more than ten years. danger. spring acquires, as to the spung, rights It is said that J. 13. Hatpin lins moro of n riparian owner only. He can use it who stole from the money invested in liuo horseflesh thnn Tho for any necessary and proper purpose in- Maryland treasury is now sately locked nny other man in Amorica. Tho Rnncho cident to tho land Itself and essential to up iu tho State penitentiary, but V. YV. tiff l'aso represents an investment of Dudley is still at large and M. S. (Jimy is Its enjoyment, but can not diverUho representing republican morals ..!, 000,000. in tho overTho Xnshville Herald hasdischnriied bind of another fn. anj lT,tedStnt flow of It on the S(JMntt..st Louis Post- its force of union printers and supplied Dispatch. purpose without answering iianiages. their places with men from tho I'rinters' If the salt held solution in l'rotective Fraternity. The trouble crow First Newspaper innn"JJM you uo ocean woro spread inover tho earththe out of tho refusal of tho Typographical it any liturarv workonyourvoyageacrpss would form a layer of more than 30 feet Uuion to nllow tho use of pinto mntterin Second "Ves, I contributed extensively deep covering the whole globe. the paper. to tho Atlantic." We I . i democratic conuty couuuittee, deserves much pmitK for his faithful diwharjM of duty and hie hard work for the party vifmft We nev- d,r,,,K the vtinxim , mw ,an HOrk ,ni9r, v Sth, the 19th annual fair of i)villo b'evins a.i.i hut four da va. Tbto tu:its dnv nn.l thtv will lw admitted free, liverythiiif is in perfect order mid It U) talked of as goiiiK to le one of the best fairs we have ever had. Kvery one who has nttomled heretofore knows what pleasant grounds we have; tnahailv and . .. so couvontently arranged. Trots are on the programme for each day. Rev. K. ii. I'earce and family have lclurucd from Cumierlnml Falls. Mr. .lames Shaw and Obe Caldwell, "tooth carpenters" of Biirkuville, are here to re main during the fair. Mr. C. A. Tlnsley, of Harbourville, is here and we guess a Misses fair maiden is the attraction. May Marshall, of Maysville, Hosillie Hammer, of Virginia, and Nannie Wilson, of Wilhamstowu, are the guests of . .. w. i iih uiiisi lv MHUtfimr. .ur. ueo. II uy- - i j,t To-da- large farms iu this vicinity. He claims to bo buying for a syndicate, oilers a fair price, but says he will close his Iwrpalns within .W days. Are we to have a snre- euotiKh, live boom in our midst ? A fatal accident, resulting in death 15 hours afterward, occurred nt ICoeler's Mill, near here, Saturday afternoon. . ..,. ,. 1?" )m W, ; j j j " ,'' elr, r , Cib-salut- e, i bev-wi- th es seml-uiilltar- y 100-fo- em-lu- j - "" no-tlfli- xl ird ctors. SESSION OPENS SEPT. U&. iv .die igh o and In C' ri ITin Cour-thoro onnleti ie Ungua?is. William Huntley, enaml in dragging Your i men l"ird in .ri ite fmihPiano, Molin iu al vocal C'lturo Art Studio, Li in town t brancn, occ o taloont Ten I)ep.irtmnt', under miw logs, was thrown from the front end of stpeciali.U l'repariturj, Academic nnd For catalogues or other informition, call on or of a large log, tim which he was seated, CalleKintp department prepare joung men fur addres J C. (.ORDON, It. S , l'ref.. Unit eritie Lancaitir, Ky 44 and the log passed over his body, crushing him into the ground nml bruising mid breaking his bones. Ha got up, however, and walked to his home, a short distance away, when medical aid was summoned. HUSTONVILLE, KY. Kxnmination showed serious internal injuries and after in- tense HtiH'ering the man died Sunday. He was about i years old and a tesident OPENS SEPT 1st Instruction first c' i,. FjII ColIei;e Course. Clalical and Scientific, Also of (iHrrnrd until a few mouths ago. A Commercial Lnw IlnMiiess Anthmetii . Telcsraphy, Type Writing, wife and child survive him. lloird and '1 uiImhi, term ol fie nv nth, $75, Commercial Course $jo; Hoard, per week, Si M G THOMSON, Principal. Can enter at an time H'nte lor .atalii;ues y-understand now why the Furies in (ireek Mythology were represented by women. The other evening we stopped at a fountain to get a draught of water, and there stood a man and woman "a fuasin' " over a cow bell. It was n eight The woman was giving R 9'. D: '1 11. ?, Srf ' i-;'r- t 1: a the fellow Helien Blazes with her arms r r'tr'Tr-r '? ;f'V?-rvv"-? outstretched, her face aglow, and her hair standing straight up like a peacock's. Is Receiving His We pitied the fellow, even if he did take her cow bell, bnt wo didn't stay to express it. We "tosted" ourselves, to face a lion, punch a hornets' nest, straddle an nnbroko innle or stand Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. before a sinister-eyetent churn ven"1 der before angering a woman in the least. "Falcon," in a recent letter to the All pron that know Ihnn-l- i indebted to, m. Ijouisville Times from Hock Uagtle th Ii Kivrr. While Uak .V. l.rrurd Count T Turnpike lur sul.ripti n, or or fur Lot on Main Street in Stanford priiiK6, says that Col. McOarty, of the toll, will come lorward nnd vtt'i .th ut joins t U73J, SALS ai;s tho exine of a .uil his iimi'- i- nut Jessamine Journal, is gathering material Containing At once C M SI'OONAMOKl., freoiJcnt. STANFORD, K. 44 n for a love story In which Montrose Terms em. T K WALTON, Stanford. is chosen the philosopher and is to ;AS. G. GIVKNS K M KIMON. Kit make some geological surveys and develSPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL op a purfect Monte Cristo mine of wealth travelers. Hotses. and mulct bought and sold GWENS & Onljrhrst-clas- s This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and horses and vehicle used in livery. Montrose used to live here, and is reothers not to trc. pass un our lands without per. REAL ESTATE, membered by us all for his eccentricities, mission, as all such ill he prosecuted to the lull. est extent of tint law Signed HARRY A. EVANS, - mid would, we think, make a capital D. V. HOLMKS. Dr P W LOGAN. PHILHERT RICHARDS character for any novel. We admonish Town l.ott, Cnal Iron an J imeer L..ndi boujht ' ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, JOSH ADAMS II W. OAINKS. J ft. McKlNNKY, or Mlii oil Lcinmi.Mun, C rr'ioniIK Col. McCarty. however, not to delineate Mrs SMFORD IRWIN, JOHN . LYNN. STANFORD, KY olinted loi j r Mrs. ALICK 1 UCKKR IOS. IIALLOU. him iu a tub, as the ancient scribblers W.'A HAMILTON. TIIOS. C I1AI.L. in M C. Rr.NOLDS did Diogenes but to show up his revoEngineering- and Surveying House and at Crab Orchard For Sale. all branches. lutionary coat and shoes, which he has been wearing eer A House since his natal day for all they are ted at Crali and Lot, consittiriK "f iMn Acres, Iota,aa the SlaOrchard, K , auJ knn We are standiui; the Clark Cash horse at our . worth, and we will take a copy of the vins property, one Illock lrom Depot 'I be houM nt McKinne) at one porch, 1 I 2-- road-sid- e --The Christian church had another addition Muiday-M- iss Myrtle Hugh- -! making one mch for five consecutive Sundays. The pastor, Hev. John Bell (fibson, tells us that they will begin a protracted meetine in the near future. Mrs. Virginia Thompson, after a service of 13 years as of Louisville, gave place to John Barret on the 1st. It is said that she will now devote her time to writing the life of her distinguished father, tt.e great Alexander Campbell. The union meeting is in progress and will continue at least till nignt. Mr. Williams has been considerably indisposed since Saturday, but has preached right along, and with h'i3 usual force. He spoke entertainingly to the children Sunday afternoon, and after the close of that service, a large band of the Society of Christian Kndcnvor was organized to perpetuate the good that is now being done. Sunday night, tho' hot and sultry, the largest crowd that has yet assembled was present. The house was literally jammed. A good number of persons have made confession, most of whom have joined one of the four churches repieseuted here. Mr. Williams' itroat desire is to have the church members strive for a higher christian life, knowing that they will then be instrumental iu bringing the sinners to Christ. He will preach tonight on the inspiration of thecriptuivs, hoping to remove doabt.3 that any one niav have alone that line. post-mast- l V JLjJ istntm j.tmf f "?S22C nncl .. s,a&t. 'Wfe, l' yW'M 2Uh2i 'll,i "K3 , 1. & P WL& &$&$? l fffilft$ )) U ' ' 1 ! "- - lt- rvw'i U ''& $ A W ?SpV tf 'faJr&X v'.-ivriv.c )I Jf feWM M"fiM &&&& Et nuiiagc-liicn- CHRISTIAN COLLEGrE, Classical and Business. g, f i For Girls and Boys. Short-Han- r r ll --- 'a-- 1 r D v $ SPEING AND SUMMER GOODS. i. d stotice. -- isnrcE, FOBSALE! POSTED. v 1 d m mm ! ' Gra-lim- MRMQN. 1 j Plucvillc, U Kentucky.' - i Farn IFor Sale. a Ma-iior- 2TOTIOB. sta-ti- le tn e .ii " i,, Mc-Clur- v, a i lattice iMie contains six .pacious room'., deirv to sell m larm ufa 'out io cres situ $10 to open pirch and porta o, with all tiecewarj out- Living IfColt. on the . Vdmtstoa, at-alout 1I4 mile north biuldinft. Call on ir address D Uuh Hr.nch pi e, opposite the old church There Crah Orchard, K.. or me at Vine ille, K He is well bred aud a No. foal setter Money are nbcut 50 acres in wheat and r ; the baUoc SAMl'F.L ULAIK.'M. D. jo- -t due whan mare is parted with or bred to another 01 tnc larni wen set in uiiioiiiy srooti uwciuny of four rooms and ktirhtn a d a splcudid new Buna. Lieu retained ou all olts till inanity is mtmU w.tn d .Dtt f, it( e.l. PossSAinn CAB paid. 8 Kia.n. DINN ft TANNBU. bcfrWenimmeaTatcir. lor particulars, sva J. P. ttailey, Sunford, ur write the undersigned at K. WITHERS. I o(fLr for sale prisuti ') nir Farm Inownaatha Cincinnati, OHio. old Lewi I uastonl place, near the tllfJrl and mining n l to Lancaster piks ir Kiver, MT. VBRNON, KY. c I improved, has Cinitaiui'iy 112 Acreti Ilia n (isni cistern, .tu 11.0 i is mc a - mir st. Ie ol tul- H 'CU This old and tl!l itatn (.11 ACiiek, tsation fa1 1101 ild.iss Spe- ! ;rs. isf iu ine reputation. Char, .tr i L Wll eta) attention to the traveliog ( ih i M.t MCM nvi rop 1 Insure a 1 I;,s,rn For Sale. ln n- NEWCOMB well-kno- wn HOTEL. mm :? wsmw ro We, T J. Ko-tr- r, ... i m i - ss- - vn ssv Klffi'W I SAW ' MXXit. ThoNewBtonfordRoUerMmOo. 1. Ml u. Ky. M nlh I wn - 11 , 4,0110-foo- j "'' j i - ooun-ty,no- d A i,' - m 1 con-discov- er n i ' haso finiried mv m . ss Mtii f the Stii t- - T fl.rrl.. f SctUc. 7 mihs ln 1 tail nl tI tn pr p ri.d XI P...-- . I I! .1.1 Alv.l i n.H W Huvdau. rla tofunisli auy kiml of LLMREk. HlN(ilF8. li.rcby aaapciate our.elves together an. become As , at LOW sell th? 'umI'KICt" I iiiLorprted pursuant to ihe provisions ofChajv ber at the mill or d ncr t suit .nrch--One ter 500! the General hiatmea of Kentucky, as a meairnl. lstotfici, MAYW'OOU, KY Lomimny, lor the puioii.se oi tae real esuie, asili and elevator and all the personal propertr about A B. HAS I IN. i tae mill, of Rtmtofd. Kf , iormcrly owned by ba "itntortl Roller Mill i ," and for the purchase other d lttifmd roa' estate tad machinery rf such oe as mv rnuired and for the purnoaa of ' mj ou a milling bunneas. ' ins nanc 01 ine curporartou anau oo Referring to an adsettise'iient hjL' appearrsl New btaiilor. Roiltr Mill Cc" and its principal et the Intrnor Journal in regard to , pCe of es in last shall be at Stanford. Lincoln renting cottages at Did Dripping prinvs, I wi'h county. Ky. ' to the public that sine said am, Ir appear- generHl nature cf the hnsinesa cl the i Tiie ana ouiiuinga corisoralion snail DO vue purcaoe anu sale I M i nave agaiu ie .sea sue .a-iii- f to l i mauKOior nrr-- aansc cnnaiiiona aa con- - nrair. asanulactur and ale of iluiir unA mal anil ... www.-.ktincd in ioniser lcae between him aud Janes L ' !.& J.lr.. ... Mk.... 1... n,I.Stt ft SI.A rm .t... wm ws.wv. SI.V UW.Kf. Aasni of a flouring null, and the purchase aud sal of MARY 1IBLLK ADAMS, Admit JTcoal The capital stock of the corporation shall be 4 A SPLKMHD $,. .000 thirty thousand dollars, diviUtnl into1 shares nf one hundred dolMr e.tih, whir h is paid full this, June u ityu, lv the tranefvr to the & VsUEnKnv co. FsUii lip in Companj of the property mentioned iu Sei The corporation shall commence operations s on this, theotn day of June, 1800, and continue m AT PRIVATE SALE. citenrc twentynxe years theMroinshall b con- 6 The affairs of ttte corporation To i lose a paitlKt.hip ur olfei at i ris te sale our ducted by a Hoard of nine Directors, of which live V in, of shall constitute a quorum, and the lWd shall hate the power to employ for the, corporation such may he necessary or agents aud employees ueoper for the conduct ol thv affairs of thucwrxr- Near Mourcswlk', Wuslnnton count). and to acquire by purchase or otherwise aticn such real estate or personal property necessary or This Farm it situated on the turnpike leading proper for the bunue-- s of the corporation lrom MouresviUe to Chaplin and u about lo mites 'I he Hoatd of Directors shad be elected 7 from Spnnnfield, 7 miles from llloomneld. 5 miles stockholders on the second Satur(rosn vallej fill, a depot on thu railrtd iwtwtcn day of each januars, to hold ottico fcr one year llardctown and Springfield, and about an hour successors arc elected and ,uali-rted- . There u tw the Farm a uood and until their first election in Januar), 1891, the run lrom lniisvillt Latil the house of 4 rooms, the main building, incorporators aforesaid ahull be and compose the comtortaule n brick. Iiains burned a your or so ago and all Directory of the corporatism Any vacaucj in necessary farm biiildmus. ctiiuutins; of stables, the Directory of the corporation shall be filled by corn cribs, uranars. smokehouse, ouzsv house. the remaining Directors poultiy houM aud yard and two Ure tsbacco 8. 'I he corporation shall at no time contract or bi a debt exceeding $o.ooo grass, timothy and clover unci has a br untiful sup incur 'I he corporation shall leave all at the pow ers ,,. 01 water, vteu distributed in tr ply prescribed h Chapter 56 of the General Statutes different pastures and held; and the whole is in or Kcntinks pood statoof cultia!K.ii. In sliort.it is a highly 10. The prisate property of the numbers of this producusc larirt, snii.li tite crop ol grasses, shall be exempt from the debts of the grain and tobanogrown on it yearly attest It is icrporutiun. an incontrovertible lact that Washington counts 11. The Hoard ol I lircv tors shall elect a l'resi lands has e becu sellinj; to jo per cent, cheaper dent, Ssscretary and Treasurer, neither nf which than land of a like ch.trarterhi nny other part of ohVers shall be incompatible with the ether or the State, and tins has undoubtedly been due to ethers, which said officers shall hold their offici-ga- t the fact that the county ha been without railroad year, or until their successor), ate elected and lacihiios, until the past two j cars. N'o county in ciualified. The Ian til may mjuire of its 1'reas-ure- r , .ill.. hi,, .,. n. tht s,, .,., ra,.,.k ttuar K.r& the execution of a sumctent bond. Our sole rrason foroffiitn.' t train or toliacto VVunisj our hands this, June 9, 1S00 sell this farm is to close our partnership, anil 10 S. I HAURIts. w man wantinc irood land, well Iim.iciI. at .1 T J. KOS1KK, once ami on cood terms, vse will sell the chsHe TIIOS. MF.TCAI.F, No use to ?o West, and sm 1. Kentucky farm in J.S HOCKF.R. so. when vou see this land Tn ruitles uho J. W. HAYDKK, . . r ii ;ill svaui inn taiiu e win a y that it Is euscep J. K. VANAUSDALE. tiblfl of division and we will sell to suit purchaser S. O. HOCKEK, Call oil us on the place or address us at Moore-ullA. M. PKNCE, A C. sVJOIIN TAVLOR. Ky. K. IlEID. jo ' 1 Reid.J S. Hocker.S s.fi Hb. krr. Thsmu MlUlf. A. F. Rr c. x. i I er Has laasfed one ol the suhle at track unil will run a ti oaow v I .rrw j-- Breaking and Train in- - stable. He has had sufficient cxperien expert ia thu busmrs and hie rcaeonabie. Give his a share ,-.- 'OLD DMPFIEG SFSLEGS' , ciry n an Miry "int njige. Vu-iu- , THE MYERS HOUSE 3. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation, and its proprietor is determine.! that shall be maintained. He has recently added to its appointments noes aAn 1 Nearly Five Hundred Acres, t Pool and Billiard'Parlors AIo A FlTS t"CI SSS LlVOry StablO To accommodate the dema ds tf bis increased l.r-- t transient patronage, Turnouts furnished Commercial travelers and uthers $50 HOTAKD I will pay a Reward of Fifty Dollars for tton un cc:is.ctin of alii uuaathcrucd t inforina. perpa ncser-ianiU- Found Cutting Timber or Dam- aging any Improvements 1 .1 I ..li. On the following property: Highland known as Y A Cash's, Hutchison's, (..corge lkui;h , IUstin Heirs', Tim II P Soung, 1 S Young's t acre place,'. Terry's, Win. Long's. At Cox's (lap W. Hutchison's 40 aero firm, Freeman and K. K.liarron's timber tracts on Iluck Creek, jOj acres, John lurnbulls, jt; acres, John lluchaBan', 302 acres, M. J Harris' 90 acres, II. Powers', 100 .acres Johu Anderson s, 14 acres, Wash Harris' 517 , acres. Freeman's. 800 acres. I 1 Akln. f.,m ft...- Unhlfl.nit Mitt tM,-Kidd'sfarm, Joel Pctrey's farm, A. Couch's larrn, W. Collins farm, on Glade Ridge. 600 acres, Hen. ry Miller's, 790 acres, Henry Miller's, 443 acres, Stephen Uurch's, aji acres, D. II. hdmiston's tract, Strode House, Cottage near depot at Crab Orchard, Hotel, Cottage andStorehouse at Ottea-heiJ. OTTE.VHEIMER, Agent for Owners. 101.6m Ihetarmsat -- m. i js y Charles McCaffry. the Canadian Fire destroyed the extensive cattle-- J Omaha, involving brjdge jumper, while giving an exhibi-- n Wiling pens ntSouth tion in Boston was killed. loss of $1SO,000. Pension Agent Walton paid out Theri-ia rumor of a consolidation Avot'ST ", 1800 Stanford, Ky., pensioners of the N. N. i M. V. and Louisvillo, g3ll,HU.l- -' to ing the month of July, a pretty big slice Orleans Toxus. Newport was visited by a violent out of the surplus, W. The 27,000 married moil of New York windstorm Saturday afternoon, which' week who are supported by their wives, heartWe damaged about 30 houses. The Pinovlilo Messonor says thnt ily denounce tho notion that marriage is H. St. Goortre Tucker was argu-vie- nt to to I Col. John IJ. Fish, now a hloatetl bond- nated by tho democrats for the 10th Con- a failure. Courier-Journato to to holder, broker and capitalist, erstwhile gressional district of Virginia. Mrs. Tina Roger?, a patient of the Verthe Interior Jot kxais beloved ML Hopkinsvillc asylum, hanged herselt SatA couple of colored school trustees non correspondent, is making the wore elected over two white men at Shel urday night with a strip of cloth torn for the democratic nomination for byvillelast week. What's the matter from her clothing. She was from MuhCongress in the 11th district on a plat- with Shelby? lenberg countv. form which guarantees to the Union an Another violont storm passed over Louisville, Sat In a street tight at to Stock, in, other State to be formed from slices of urday night, Peter Dully and Henry Minnesota and South Dakota Sunday af Goods, it and Tennes-Bee- . Krouse were fatally cut by Allen Bush. ternoon, said to have been the severest blioes. i Kentucky, North Carolina iyc, uar-'- y iiiese always knew. John was a man They quarreled about a woman. We of the many severe storms that have Eve) Goods of parts, and big parts at that. The t.4- ,.,., .on It has at last been figured up that swept that region. im.ll. ! nlnonrl wioi, uo vi vuv. iiuuaw e vwoislu in. scheme is a good one. The crying need of the Johnstown disaster caused the deaths Hlijah Bowine, a farmer, living near is a few more we this country at present of 2,187 people. The bodies of 200 of Nicholasville, attempted suicide by hangin, little States and we wish the originator them have never been recovered. ing, but was discovered before life was to be to sec and patentee of the idea great success. 'in.h r.nxtnir-rfirms-Gen. Kivas, who turned traitor to extinct. He will probably die. This is his second attempt. the Salvadorian government and started box. Senator Mi Creery, who left an esUpward of 1,000 employes of the insurrection, was defeated 0 a murderous tate valued at $100,000, only willed to libEzeta, captured and publicly Catatauqua Iron Mills at Allentown, Pa., to his worthless son, Hawes, and by Geu. to close who have been on a strike for live weeks, adds. "It is less than I have given to shot. New York's new aqueduct is 30 miles have accepted the employing company's others, and so I intend it. If he shall $22,000,000 and SO lives ofler, the rate of wages paid in Philadel adopt any serious employment it is loni. It cost It brings phia. construction. enough, if he shall fail to do so it is too were lost in its In a fight on Smoky Row, at Harof water to New York 31S,000,000 gallons much. It is a foundation upon which rodsburg Saturday night, Hugh Mcelindustry may rear a superstructure, or daily. IT ith, Gov. Taylor has appointed the Hon. roy was shot and killed by another netoo to And. idleness may destroy it." There is a B. M. Webb, of Smithville, to.the judge- gro named Tom Singleton. Tho troubwhole sermon in this and boys who are chancery division of Ten- le arose over a game of cards. Singleton disposed to look upon the wine while it ship in the 5th to bled. Of to sucvacant by the death of made his escape. is red and fritter their time away in nessee, made cess you, It is encouraging to note that the Ifouse Juuge wane. idleness, should do well to study it. lh.pl.Rn.il . i'hn to 1m wntlm t.n vv, , The Illinois legislature has passed Senate has reduced the duty placed by . ... .,,,w I best stock, Ohio democratic convention the proposed constitutional amendment the House on chloroform nearly 40 per Another has adjourned after hundreds of fruitless nrnvidim? for the issue of to.000,000 in cent. Chloroform is very useful in facilballots to select a candidate for Con- bonds by the city of Chicago in aid of itating the increase of population. Cincinnati Enquirer. gress. It begins to look very much like the World's Fair. Crops are in very bad condition in caterpillars have appearthrow away Myriads ol the democrats are going to advantage of the gerrymander by ed in tho vicinity of Austin, Texas, and Christian county on account of the the Main Street, Stanford, Ky, drouth. There will not be Fortu- along the Brazos river, and fears are enM. quarreling among themselves. enough wheat and corn to supply the nately, however, the republicans are not tertained that the cotton crop of the State home demand and many small farmers in much better shape. They took 532 will be seriously injured. adjourned treasury has de- will be reduced to absolute want. The solicitor of the ballots in the 10th and then John Hill sold to W. II. Prewitt a At Wilkesbarre, Pa., a husband and lot of ewes at $3 7"). in disgust without making a nomina- cided that under the law the wife of Dr. W. A Cash sold to Gentry Bros , oC langdon, a wealthy Chinese dentist of wife agreed to settle by a fist fight who tion. mules for $27V San Francisco, cannot he permitted to should wear the breeches and in the 4th Boyle, a pair of The Little Kud Hog has shied his cas- come over and reside with her husband. round the husband was knocked out. InBricoe ft McRoberts have bought in stead of accepting the result, he applied tho last few days 1SI ewes and wethers tor into the Congressional ring in the Mr. Powderlv warns the Knights of for a divorce, which was denied him. 11th and will proceed to inflict his matchat $4. Labor against the infamous force bill and A bale of cotton was sold in Chicago The Southern Pacific Co. less oratory on the dear people. It is urges them to vote against every man in ed the ofler of the subsidy of $315,000 for the benefit of an orphan asylum and well for them that the people of the Sth favor of it. Mr. Powderly is easily the rights of way to complete a coast brought 2,034. will be spared the infliction. From all clearest-heademan in '.he ranks of la- and the line of railway between Santa Margeritn Johnson, of Boyle, bought of West we can gather the 1. r. li. will stand no bor. and Ellwood, thus making a continuous Hnd parties 25 head of catmore chance in the new district than he -- The gray gelding, Jack, boat Senator line from San Francisco to Los Angeles. tle at 4 to 4 J conta. did in this. Col. Silas Adams, a gentleStanford's Palo Alto in the trottiuy mutch Two negroes were hung at Ijuicns-ter- , W. II. Murphy bought of Palasfci man and a scholar, has the cinch on a race at Detroit Saturday; but in the secS. C, Friday, for the murder of an-- . county parties a bunch of seat in the next Congress. ond heat Palo Alto broke the stallion other, with whose wife they were in-- 1 heifers at 2J cents. The Louisville Times proved that its record and equaled Maud S.'a record in timate. The wife of the murdered man, John Anderson sold to Jus. T. Hack- average circulation was 21,101 for the 00 a race. who is yet to be tried, witnessed the ex-- ! ley a combined mare for $180 and a jmir The immorality of California million- ecution from her cell with apparent in of young mules for $240. days prior to July 1, during which time sold 1,2150,110 copies, and aires has become a matter of standing difference. it printed and A. C. Robinson sold to K. W. Lee, of was again awarded the Jefl'erson county ridicule and notoriety. The courts out Lexington suffered a $:lo,000 fire Danville, a car load of catprinting. The Times is a great news- there have decided the big Blythe case Sunday. The Daily Press office and fix tle at 4J cents and a half car load at paper and has won by honest and per- involving an estate of 1,000,000, in favor tures, save the books and files, were con-- ; $4.15 sistent effort tho unparalleled success it of his illegitimate daughter. Copoland & Moroland passed thro' sumed, while the Gnxette counting room I if teen hundred citizens lielu a was damaged considerably by tire. The town Saturday with 2,4tH) sheep, which has achieved. Brown, Newman and Emerson are the "Big Three" of Louis- meeting under the auspices of the Thur-ma- n fire originated in a carpenter shop and thev had driven all the way from Club, at Columbus, for the purpose ville's journalists. nessee. over on entire block. of protesting against the passage of the qesno, 10. valued at $50,000, of deaths bv wind The total number Even with a highly doctored state- Force bill. Cleveland sent storms and lightning since January last nn,J 2.20. recently sold at $1,MX), ment, the republican financiers could a letter of sympathy with the objects of is rnuay. uiey wore Kepi estimated at 1.100. as compared with show a reduction of the public debt of the meeting. only 103 deaths from the same causes in Bourbon. J. M. Hill deliverod to Adam Pence less than flOO.OOO last month. Figures At a special term of the circuit court during tho whole of ISM). This is a rec-- 1 Saturday 00 hogs that averaged a little lie if they are used right, but the Miss Sallie Beid got a verdict of $000 wont ord which will make this season memoover 300 pounds at 4 cts. They were enrepublicans cau distort them into greater against Briukley & Catron, at Somerset, rable in the annals of meteorology. gaged sometime ago. liars than the devil, who, Holy Writ forinjuiries sustained by the turning Schofleld Grant was run over and W. C. France now owns Red Wilkes tells us, is the father of liars and a liar over their omnibus and J. F. Barker one killed by a train at Greensboro, N. C, entire, having paid Smith McCann 0 beginning. from the of $2,S00 against the C. S. 11. R. for dam- and cut literally in two, but talked calmfor his half. The borne has 2(1 sons e and ly of the accident and of his approaching loss of his John W. Lvnoley, the disgraced rep- ages by the and daughters in the 2:30 ami better list. stock when the Somerset depot burned. death; but his grandmother was so afresentative from Floyd and Johnson, has Mr. Sam Harding has purchased the The contract has been signed trans- fected by the horrible sight that she fell been appointed a member of the board planing mill plant it Junction City for ferring all the stock, property and good dead on seeing the mangled form. of pension appeals at $2,000 a year. He $1,S30. Len W. Hudson purchased of Near Hazard, two cousins named Gentry Bros. 40 mare mules, four to five kind of a creature the will of the Boston company to the South is exactly the Boston Iron Works, of Middlesboro. This Covhart wero found dead, with pistols in present administration delights to honyears old, 10J hands high, at I73to?lD0. . . concern has been making the heavy ord- tlmi. hnnila ...... linMi nf which clinfa .ut., ..... ...c, i or. .uvocate. nance for the government, and will had been fired. Between them on a Indications point to unusually abort Arc headquarters for AConuiies"" that would pass such a move their plant and machinery to atone, was a pack of cards lying as if left'j crops of apples and peaches. New Jor-bthing as the McKinley tariff bill ought that city. The huildiug they will occuplayers. One man was shot in the Bey, Delaware and Maryland report in to enact a bankrupt law. It will be py will be 300 by 1,400 feet and 2,000 hack, the other in the breast, and it is most instances a practical failure of the o. needed by the farmers and others when men will be employed. believed that they were shot while at peach crop. Now Jersey expects a good The members of the New York Cof- play and robbed. the provisions of the former iniquity go cranberry crop. Plows! Plows! Plows! Huy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel fee Exchange have adopted an amendinto effect. There was another disastrous wreck Receipts of cattle in Cincinnati were making coffee from ou the Louisville, New Albany & Chi- - highland prices ranged from $1 ment to the rules to $4.2.". Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no Gov. McCkeaky arrived at Richmond North, South and Central America and cago railroad Sunday morning. Two for KOod to choice shippers to 1.25 to in time to inane a rousing speech for the East and We6t Indies a "good delivery," passenger trains, No. 3, from Chicago, plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to for fair to common stock. Sheep democratic ticket and put in his vote for that from Brazil only coming under that and No. 0 from Louisville met on a curve wero ,i,,u nt $2.25 to $4.00. Lambs have do good work, or no sain A sk your neighbor. it. Our congressman is a democrat in- head heretofore. This will increase that near Bedford, Ind., and both engines, dcclived verv considerably, especially deed and in truth and can always be re- grade from 4,000,000 to 12,000,000 bago, both mail cars, and the two baggage cars the lower grades, and sold at $H to fii. lied upon to do the correct thing. which will no doubt do away with the were demolished. Engineer Arthur The Harrodsburg Fair finished a engineering of a corner of the crop in the Byrne and Fireman George Kohl, of very successful meeting Friday. NEWS CONDENSED The future. New Albany, who were on the south- crowds wero large each day and a couple son of B. C. , Clyde, the W'e Some six months ago Tom Middle-ton- bound train, were instantly killed, while of good to 'y trots every afternoon made the Atrti unt finr fl! nir Farm private and It ha i in a lat cultivation lic Potts, died at Richmond of typhoid fea special police at Harrodsburg, had Engineer Muir, of the train, sport good. The closing race was won HuMile, I. m. ',ln tounty Call on or ,iddtc untr at llui.lilc, Ky ver. of KENTUCKY, a little trouble with John O'Conner, of was so badly hurt that he will die. The HKItKl.NO .V MKN'KI h by Crit Davis' Poem in 2:201 and the The census enumerator of Palmyra, the same town, hut it was generally con18 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS. "green race, tnat is ttioso Horses that Mo., offers $1 for every person that he ceded that it had been forgotten by both others more seriously injured wero John Stillwell, Express Mes- had never started prior to July 1, was e-master Ayvlrultuvttl, Sclent ilc, J'nyi-iivrrln- y, HOUSE, failed to get on his list. Tho Hteamship Majestic has crossed parties. Such was not tho case, though, senger John Blackwell. Frank Tilford, won by Nellie W. in the fast time of Clnsulral, F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, School, Avattnnlr, Conniicri'lttl the Atlautic in days, 22 hours, 3S min- for when they met Sunday Middleton postal clerk, all of Louis ille; and J. W. 2:20L pistol and pushing it in O'Con-ner'- s Jenkins, porter. The wreck is said to Crops of all kinds aro exceedingly London, - -- - Kontucky. ami Jlilltiti'H Coursis of Sin tin. utes, the third ship to cross in less than drew his face made him get on his knees and haue been caused by carelessness. bad in Tennessee, with tho exception of I have moved to my new Ilotfljand am Inter COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED 7 dava. prepared thuti ever to nct.oinnind.iie the public The first patent was granted by tho apologize. Even that did not satisfy the cotton. Wheat has only made FREE OF TUITION. t'.ood I.ivery a Inched and every convenience tie- FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Enll term iH'tiiKSriilciiiIxT lOlli.l'.no. Ilnanl government July 31, 1700. In tho 100 irate police, who afterwards marched of an average crop, and there will bo ird. Give me a luII. r hi i k In prunti- f.itnii.. . M y in iiortnitnr .. 77 FRANK RILEY. l years since then 433,132 have been him through town with his pistol against I'it i ntnloKur und tntrumt iwuim ..ilin The Midway Clipper reports a palo none for export, while corn is estimated pa pi liddri'nt O'Conner's head. It is more than probgranted. to provide only ;10 bushels to each inhogs at "i. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., of 2ti0 head of IAMESK. PATTERSON, Ph.D., Lexington, Ky The old reliable C. II. & I), will run able that there will be additional trouW. T. Smith bought of Hays of habitant. Tobacco is not only decreased an excursion to Niagara on the 21st at So ble, as O'Conner is considered a man of Rockcastle, a combined mare for $150. in acreage, but the plants are certain to Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Cincinnati; to Toronto SOand Thou- grit. from TANEORD, KY. A. M. Pence sold to A. T. Nuunelley make a reduced yield on account of tho Tho Middlesboro Nous says: "The sand Islands $10. drouth. hog.s nt 3 cents. 3S bend of VIU drilled to order and I'umpi furnished st Fleece Robinson bought 12 shares of factory pricci. In a lit of jealousy Peter McCro-r- two tremendous furnaces of tho Watta w J. II. Waddle, of Somerset, bought fatally shot his sweetheart, Annie Steel and Iron Company, which will cost of Smith Bnugliinmi, a harness mars for Lancaster National Bank slock of M. G. Weisiger at $140.25. A. R. Denny sold Stnker, and then himself. Ho is in tho over $100,000, are rapidly noarlng com- $KVJ. pletion, and now tho same company has Monday last to Gentry Bros., of Roy lot jail and will recover. Ixniisville J. M. Hail sold to D. N. Prowitt 11 Dealer In pair of work mules at .B0. Whenever Mr. Potter Palmer, of put another tremendous spoke in cattle ami 22 sheep an extra head of wheel of prosperity and hapThey were sold again tho samo day to L. IMLL PflFERS. Chicago, patronizes his own hotel and for $350. WWi!ITrfiiyl!6SHMisj5 MS" restaurant he pays his way like any oth- piness. On yesterday they signed the Flour has advanced 50 cents a bar- W. Hudson at $"00. Davo Prewitt sold -S:BULKTS OILS. ho never "tips" a wai- - contract with J. P. Withrow & Co., of rel in Cincinnati, owing to tho shortness to Walker & Walker l:U owes at $1.25 er guest, hut Pittsburgh, for the erection of a tremen- of the wheat crop. c& and 10 bucks at $10; 117 ewes at $1 to W. ter. VAKNISHES, ETC , Superior Court of California, dous open hearth basic steel plant, tho Sales of 105 hogs weighing from 210 S. Walker. A. C. Robinson sold to E. In the - KENTUCKY. HUSTONVILLB, KY. Judge Shafter has rendered the decision contract price being $53!),000 This will to 200 pounds at :j.20 to : are reported W. Lee, of Boyle, 24 head of Eastern DANVILLE, of be one of the largest and most complete in tiie Anderson News. marriage contract I'AI'KK AM) IWOH TI0VS, cattle at 1; J at 4.15. Mr. WALK most complete stock Central thelarc Are stilt In the bimne a.,,1 ..,... that the and Kentucky, thine in the Undortaliiitr lino in vl l... do a anvfull J. C. Hays, of the East End, bought Robinson was offered 41 for this stock a et Mrs. Sarah Althea Terry is a forgery; that plants of the kind in this country and witnall tlie lalet anu mot artiMIc decoration tock of Caiei and CaiL.ni ""' t ...r'". ,n Mnnl.llncrt in, V.n luown to the trade Room '".u" ."" "Dei of every m" ." she bad never been married to Sharon will give employment to an army of in Garrard and Madison counties 2 car- few weeks ago. T. V. Cook also sold a dow Shade in cndlcs variety. 1'KICI.S TIIK new ca il.irnmm. on ".hon be obtatned Vfr" at 4) and 15 at 4.15 to Mr. Lee. LOWEST AND WORK THE REST. An ex Green na charge of our bimne. cattle at 2J to will and had no claim on his estate what men. This plant will convert into 6teel, loads of 2 and an inatinn it kindly solicited before order are ur foods lo anyone needing anything ,ou" the output from the coke furnaces." Lancaster Record. 2j cts. placed. ever. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal I s tinr-Ne- w ANOTHER BIG SALE P. WALTON. i- l. This at the Louisville Store. feel that this simvle announcement public. J requires no lengthy is all that is necessary say the convince our patrons that it is their advantage attend this niu-vft- ss Made SI5,-00- clear out the balance of Summer Clothing. Bra'it Jlats, Trunks, Carpets, .Hatting, iii wui surpass any ana. aitb sates Heretofore advertised. thing remaining of Summer ..,..... 7... mil i,vv w ucjuru (auicu. oiaujora, or eiscwiwre. do not give any items; it is not necessary. Tlie public is aware that are always the lead when bargains arc had. Jt is strange how easy business is done when it is done rihl. Some ran, hold them as easy as falling off a and Others can't hold trade any more than a sieve can hold water. Some are timid, araid lay in a eral stock and afraid sell at prices. Others are - - s Shiftless and Too Lazy to Keep Up - the times and tired work for their patrons' interestthen there s your greedy firm who piles on the profit with the idea that people will willingly submit being course all these tilings are fatal forget it. This is the in business and. don't for yon that ivorks for business, ivorks and. in full ret nnvin .vvuv and town. in THE long-continue- d LOUISVILLE STORE SALINGER, Manager. NEW GOODS. has-aceo- 1,530-)khiim- 1 We Have JUST RECEIVE- DOur First Shipment of x 1,000-poun- FALL CLOTHING, I Ton-sprea- d In Medium and Heavy Weights, and -- nt "" uniy -- Ini Stiff and Soft Hats, The Latest Styles and Colors. t $30,-00- STAGG & McROBERTS. store-hous- ffj-m- ".. HIGGINS & M'KINNEY ..-- .w i j j j j y Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, A i 5 FARM FOR SAI.E ( i'-1 north-boun- d j , Baggag- UiailJ ALLEGE THE RILEY formal one-thir- d I . ! I 275-poun- d KiO-pou- y A. E. GXBB03XTS, -- Mid-dlesbor- 1,100-pouu- d 5 . J. T. STJTTOH CO., - J card-loa- d I car-loa- d cr D 64'tf Vj&sM m.r "; 'fB bnifa Alfe - - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Vrui'sT I'ou Hk.vt A cottage of fire roome. Apply to T. II. Walton. Foil IIkxt. Harbor-shocial Hotel. Apply to p in CommerM. F. Klkiu. yes-tortlny. Fixe lot of fresh candies ju.st received by Mark Hardin. Stanford, Ky., We have it from good authority that Ik you need n feed cutter iloti't full to Piior. W. F. Nii.hs becan n months' KALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I, 1890. 1890 cciinimo tho fumoiiH Dirk's Cutter, at J. session of school at Willow (Srov, republican emissaries from lloyle were SI. HUBBARD, A. M.f 11. Foster's. In this county Satunlay olltoing S2 for darkies to go down there and vote for h; c. bub. MnnnRor Hi:iokts from various portions of tho Jhbsb Cook, of Cook's Springs, will Caldwell. Faculty of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Excellent country show that Saturday vns thu have auotlioi big pinlu and ball on FriHoarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction thorough. Send warmest day of tho seiihon. At Chicago day, l2d. MEANS BUSINESS. MiMii.RSBORo is still far abend of Pine-vill- for Catalo'uie. It took a bogus baron to work the Tun young people hud intended havI'w your nccontitH I tnenn you A. tho temperature mimed from 05 to W. It J'onny. ing a hop this evening, but on account formor, but a plain, overv day American, Tint negro, liarland Leuvell, who Watciihs nnd jewelry repaired nnd killed Louis (till at waived an of the protracted meeting in progress, by the name of Lee, got hundreds of wnrrnntcd. A. H. I'onny examination and will remain in jail till they ave decided to defer it for a few dollars out of the latter and succeeded in TiiKhvHt plnco to buy drills, patent getting checks cashed to tho amount of medicinca nnd toilet nrticleH is at A. II. elreuit court, which begins oil the IStli. days. Dealer In- - StanfopdFemale College President. f, J. walton, e. 1 ROBERT FENZEL, -- Pi'imv'H. fiitKK.v Lv, the man who shot and Miss A.vmr W it v has purclnUed Mrs. Ul'Y your school books, Ink, tablets. of all Courts' interest in the P. O. Millinery killed his paramour. Pokie Coulter, a pApiT, pencils nnd school Kupplies kinds from A. 11. IVnnv. and will run it alone. There are many colored woman, at Junction C'ty, days ago, was nrrested Saturday in parties indebted to the firm and Miss personal POINTS? Pulaski county. Annie earnestly asks all surh to comu 1mi:y, of Lexington, lant home and nettle at once. Tiik P.oyle County Fair, the best in n few days. with many atOik friend, Mr. M. Smith liauluiian, thiH section, opens Mim Mttik Auoi:n, of HiiBtonvilli', tractions and will be liberally patronized has Wun peculiarly unfortunate with his wan hero l'riilay. by Lincoln county people during its four-da- y liar-- r jack stock rerently, having lost since Mil. vnh.Mih. J. H. Owbnu, ot 53,000. fr io to-da- y in consequence is the more honest class Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. has had to resort to "hog and hominy" for their sustenance instead of enjoying WPFIXK WATCIIHS A SPECIALTY- the favorite member of tho feathery I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) tribe. r,;rr;r"Br;:;llil.TGHES, BLOCKS AND iEWELRY. lb)nm, were up Sunday. Miss Jk.smk My hub returned Saturday stay in Hoylu. fitiiu u J I. (i. I'f.nimto.v, of Middlesboro, Ih with bis parents here for a few days. 1'i.or. s.J. l'ri.i.nvnnd wlfe,of(teorjo-town- , are nt bis futlicrV. J. I. I'nllinm. Miss Lki.i.i Ki.kis, of Louisville, wns tbe Ktiestof "Mrs. John M. Mclloberts, two-moiitli- 0 considerably over $"2,000. The last one to die was a fine imported Axotiikk of our force has had added jennet that he had refused ioOO for. to him further responsibility: Mr. and Kkv. (J. W. Pkiihyman, who has been Mrs. (J. C. Keller, Jr., were blessed yeson a visit to his wife's imrcutH, Mr. and terday afternoon, at 0 o'clock, by a fine Mrs. (J. it. Waters, returned to Newport girl, weigh:ng 10 pounds. Friday and was considerably surprised W11.1. Wallah: Biiilered a to find that the cyclone had removed a yesterday while working in his father's goodly portion of his houe during his blacksmith shop. Dr. Keid was called absence. Jr anil soon restored him to consciousness, VLTi:ii Hi'.vt, of Lexington, has been Tim Kentucky Central will sell tickets and he is now improving. sitiru: his cousin, Mrs. Itobort MeAl- - to Cincinnati all the month at fares faithful town Mn. Petku Cakteii says we libeled his Shot Timoron.--Ofor the round-trip- . the Hond-ag- "Old Flax." It was not he that ran marshal, John Mowlam, was shot, very Mikhim Mattik ami Macioii: Owm.by in Kgypt," the great spectacular exwent to Danville- yesterday to spend tho hibition by the Order of Clncinnatus, away, but one of Mr. Ed Carter's old probably fatally, yesterday evening by trusties. "Old Flax" is a noted charac Bill Teeters, who lives in the Dudderar's week. and other attractions ought to draw a ter and c hasten to set him right before Mill neighborhood. The circumstances is Mms M uiy Lmw:i.i., of Lexington, largo travel. are: dreen Buster, a friend of Teeters, the public. fie guest of MIhm'u Ophulln and Clara An excursion will run from How land had cursed a colored woman and she had I .ai kev. Havim. bought out Mrs. Courts' inte r sworn out a writ for his arrest. Marshal Wednesday, at est in editor has been down for several to Cincinnati I'm: the millinery business I would round-tripfor was and das with wjiat Dr. I'ojrtoti pronouneus SI. 10land thei and arrives Train loaves take it as a favor if those indebted to the Newiandfound informedgone on searching Kow for him to Rowland he had at at Cincinnati old firm would come promptly and settle n alarial fever. at 11. After two full days in the city it and he, with Joe Severance, Jr., went Miis. W. 0. 1'hhr and son, Herbert, up. All of tho accounts are in my hands. down to bring him back. They had no of Danville. lme been Uiu guofita of will return at 11 r. m. Thursday night. Annie Wray. See Jesse Thompson, tho agent here, for trouble with him, but Teeters came up K. Karri. Mrs. J. Tiiosi: faithful old democrats, Messrs. at that moment and pushing Xewland MlKsRH LlIEIK AND LlLLY llOSUtY, Of further particular. J. L. Dawson, Sr., and George W. 'frib- aside, demamled that Buster be release J, are giiOhte of their coiisiii, As old democrat, who has Wen voting ble, ciuno to town yesterday and as usu- and at the same time drew a 3S Smith M . Mattie ltonley. fomt least 10 years, was seen to write his al put in a d Wesson and began firing. Mr. mid Mies roil pit; ofstraight,Hmon-purM11. Ji'imik Jamiis Drkton name on the buck of the ticket he voted also began to shoot and ten shots democratic tickets. May they Hvb ' long of So mured, are visiting Marv Ooggln, yesterday. On being questioned why and continue the good work for yenrs to wore exchanged, Teeters receiving onMrs T. M. l'vimingtoti. he diil so, he replied that he thought it ly a slight skin wound in the shoulM11 W'mxack William, of IStrid, was nocttSMiry ami had always done so, and come. der, while the former received a very .r 'Minday, drawn hither by a little too, he said that it looked like he enTin republicans and the prohibition- serious one just to the right of his I . ,rit (rum that plan. ists were exceedingly fond of each oth- heart. The ball took a dow nward course dorsed the mmlidtes thereon. I '1. P. P. TiirmiKAirr, ofStarlitit:, Kits., er's company yesterday anil could be and lodged in the skin under his right HotiiEHMof First National Ilank stock seen oil- in sounds cuuciissing all day. to eee his slater, Mrs. Dr. Itowne, ik of Fort .scott, Kansas, aio gratified over Can it be that they are preparing for the arm. Both Teeters and Buster were ar .1 is n little improved. rested and lodged in jail. They have an of the receipt of checks from Mi wnMiw. W. II. future, or is it tho old, old story that mis- unsavory reputation and have behaved H. It. Chenault covuringn dividend ery loves company? M Ktnuey, lire giieatei of rclntivoa in the badly on several occasions. On quesof I per cent. The institution has a Mnrdstown Koconl. l t iiijty. H. & D. will sell round-tritioning Dr. MclJoborts in regard to Mr. TiikC. of $300,000, a wirplns of S3,03tl.2.r,, In- 15. Huajclky Is quite sick Hild our tickets to P.oston on account of tho O. A. Xewland's condition he spoke of him as I emi'd Creek rorrcHiKMidont soys Mid- - dlvidunl deposits of '12,510 ti5 and loans good return- very badly wounded; that internal hemIt. encampment, Aug 011,733.11. Its earn and discounts of it, i sliom fever is the trouble. ing till 'JOth, at SI I from Cincinnati. The orrhages had begun and the chances Mn M P. Kikin has been confined to ings for the last H months were :'j:i,70o. official trains will leave Cincinnati at 4 were against Ins recovery Lteii. At ,:s riHiin for some time with liver Iron-- I 12, or nenrly s jir cent. i'. m., Satunlay, August 9th. By this 9 o'clock last night Mr. New land was ie, l.ut is pome what better now. Nivi: tenchers presented themselves at route at Xew York city, lake resting easier. Mk. Mauy Chiiislbii, of Louisville, the regular monthly examination, Fri- Chautauqua and Niagara Falls are allowand Miss Mary Sloss, of Austin, Texas, day, mid spout the day racking NEW ADVERTISEMENTS their ed on return trip. For information call are quests of Mrs. A. Vi. Kastland. brains on the tough questions propound- on or address nearest agent of C. II. v visMish Jri.i Yt.i;it. who has been ed. Prof. Stonowall Jackson Pulliam, of D. or Erie Kailwav ticket agents. iting Mini Mary MeKinnoy, returned to (ieorgotown College, assisted .Mies A SMALL vote was polled in this counher home in Louisville yesterday. KLNltCKV in the examination. The colored and Miss Uo Lewis, 1 ty yesterday. We have hoard of no dis. Lkwib Mils. M. teachers will bo given a chance next Frif.fdamesville, Texas, have taken rooms day, the law fixing tho 1st and '.M Fri- turbance except the one in which Marat Mrs. Fannie Dunn'H for tho summer. days of each month for the white and shall Xewland was shot. Enough has been gathered from the ditlorent pre- Mk H. W. Hw kkk returned to Kiuwis col rod applicants respectively, from Ju0 .Miss cincts to insure the election of the demo-- . Citv Miturdav. . Mrs. Hooker and 3 time ly to Janimry. cratie ticket by a large majority. Fob Aug. 26, 27, 28, 29 Helen Ketchum will remain fcoine A Scaly Tun k. Thursday night about lowing is tho vote of this precinct at the Pii.Liot, Misses Nan- 10 o'clock Joe Nevius was awakened by close of the polls: Miis. Minbhx Competition Open to the World, PlIIECIXtT No. 1. nml Annie Farm, of Losing-t.m- . loud talking in front of his mother's Free. nie Pulliam For Superior Judge, Barbour, 101; ApThe mo-- t attractive Piocam ever ctfcretl. are gnohta of Mim Kngonlu Pub house and went out to see what the trouble was. Just as ho got out of the pellate Clerk, Longmoor, lSi; Mrs. Hen''"mi: ami Mm. J. T. Ly.ns, of Uiiis. door he was struck in the face with a ry, 21; Tinsley, 122; County Judge, Var- TWO EACH DAY ui;, mid Miss Nettie Wray. ol Stanford, rock. He immediately began shooting non, 2o0. Uoocli, 2o; County Clerk, Coopmile track in America. Ovtr tho fatten at Crab at tho four or rive men standing out on er, 201; (iooch, 20; County Attomev, I km. Wen spending several days KUt'.K Ladies iind children will be admitted Free the Ant day. tho street, who took to their heels and Paxton, 207; Slierilf, Menefeo 277; Supt. On hard Springs. at reduced ratua. Spcil train on oil railroad and mill bv a feature Fx.LK, ol Lebanon, after were soon out of sight. He con Id not Schools, McCIary, 212; Miss Bugle, 32; Mis M vuv Floral Hall open eery day visit hero to Mrs. H. J. tell who tho jxutios were, but thinks it Assessor, Kennedy, 210; Colley, IH; oftheljir. for turtner information and ir pleasant ddre.t the Stcn-taM. Huberts, left Friday to viblt her aunt, was nierelv done for mischief. Surveyor, Hums, 2Tu; Coroner, Carson, 1. A. Oel.MNC 1'rraident 45 TIIOS L M.VK1IN. Sxretarj 22v, Jailer, Owens. 2M; Sibold. lit: Mag Mrs tirundy, In Nashville. Wi:i.:aski on IUil. When the case of Nabh-- . " Mit. F. K. TiiiMm.H is Imck from istrate, Hampton, 41; Dawson, 1H; inch- r for the murder of John L I'eiin.. whore ho went on business. Dick lien try arils. 2i:i; Cons table, Dan Milller, 10T, was called at Lancaster, Friday, tho Dolegate country is very dry J to Constitutional Convention, He ti Us us that the Commonwealth witnesses were not all RICHMOND. KENTUCKY an I that there has been no rain for over Miller. 22'.i, llackley, 112. briilon oiieiiH Stilt. 10, 1XOO. present aim me e.xamiuaiiou couiu not Piiei ixtT No. 2 Superior Judge, Bar-wo months. gone proceed. Counsel for defendant insist- hour UU; Cl'k Com t Appeals, Longmoor' Three Colleges. Thirteen Departments. Mn. iM) Ma- J. H Swkkts have It is likely that Mr. ed on an immediate trial, or that he be ISO, Tinsley 101, Mrs. Henry 22; County Classical, Scientific, and Commercial Louisville. t which allowed a guaid, btit the prosecution Judge, Varnon 221, Gooch Is; County Courses. Expenses moderate 5 180 to JMveets will get a change of run, in Attendance last session 326, from ElUabethtown, could not promise to be ready till next Clerk, Cooper 22S, Gooch 17; County At-- 1 5240. Cient they will .novo to ?5 states and territories. week. It was? then proposed that the torney, Paxton 215; Sheriff, Menefee202; For full information and catalogue, address we regret to Bay. Commonwealth's lawyers fix theamount School Superintendent, McCIary 224, telegram L. H. BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor Miis. B. W. (iAtXEsrecoiveda announcing of bail tl.ev thought suilicient, whenSlO,-00- 0 Miss Bogle II; Assessor, Kennedy l'.t7, Saturdav from Shelbyvillo was proposed and accepted, Cols. Hill Weakley, Colley ".'N Surveyor, Evans 215; Coroner, that her daughter, Mrs. W. T. InririnlHc. ncli ua 1"K of death. She and her and Welch furnishing the bond for Gen- Carson 21:5; Jailer, Owens 2.15, Sibold 17, was at the point rlaCbVicla.ncnk UtilllCj uuU blufl. left immediately for that try's appearance at ircuit court on tho Constable, Dan Miller 215; Magistrates, tier ami torpid Iler. son Robert 3d Monday. The counsel for the accus-o- l Richards 2:54, Daw son 205; Delegate to V . Welch are Hill & McPoberts, W. Goiino.v, principal of the Pkok. J. C. Constitutional Convention, Miller 2:52, (.arrard College, was hero Friday, re- and W. O. Bradley, while County Attor- Hackloy 20. It is generally conceded that McCIary turning from the mountains, where he ney J. II. Brown is nssieited by lien. W. has a safe majority over Miss Bogle. had been in the interest of his school. J. Landram and Judge M. J. Durham. The latest from Walnut Flat was that ivoopcpirinrroctnntlcjiorruiia, l The professor is considerable ot a nut C. O. S. Another largo delegation the liowelH, ifl liiir iinmr-tii rarely ever giows under democratic majority was about 00 all without utrttluliiar or tier and gra?s from this place attended the ball at Crab tho i;rliiii. uuil bis feet Orchard Springs Friday evening and as around. following was gotten about I The usual enjoyed the occasion greatly. In- o'clock yestorday afternoon, which gives to tlio Ulilncj-.- . bluiiiler tuul lUcr. CITY AND VICINITY. to old iirjuitiis. cluding those from tho surrounding majorities up to that hour as follows: Tbcy aronluitcil SO!il J3VI!ltYAVlIi:B. Fiiesii candies and fruits at Zimmer's. towns, tho registor showed that there the lluatonville, Vainon US, Owens 125, o were nearly 150 guests and Old Crab Cooper 225, Miss Bogle 110. Turners- Wiiii.i: playing ball yesterday ojie of Orchard was again like it was in its ville, Varnon i7, Cooper 110, Owuns I0 r.,11 lVirlinnn fell and . .... . w, palmiest duvs. Through the kindness of Paxton 115, Miller 70, McCIary as. his toes. tho management, tho muic did not quit 'Sptnal to 4'lie Interior Journal It in settling time and I want what. at 11 o'clock, as usual, but continued till IlAiutonsiiuitii, Ky., Aug. 25, 4:00 i. i. you owe me. Take this to yourseu. uunrly 1, when even at that hour thu Moore, democratic nominee for deleTo euro Itiliouinci, ick Headache?, Cotistt- B. McHobtirts. guests reluctantly left tho ball room. Wo gate to constitutional convention, elected jmticn, Malaria, I.lver ( ornj.l.initg, take tho sate mil certain remedy, picnic are glad that the public has again be by at least 500. hunday-schoo- l J. B. O. Tnu Mt. Mortah SIVUXH'S ot tho many advantages Interior Jourrml.) Special a big come aware will bo given next Saturday, when found at Crab On hard and are pleased Danville, Aug. I, 1.05 i. m. Indica time is promiHedaU jyJiojUlenti. at tho success tho splendid resort i en- tions at this hour are that tho whole demof sickAs I am not able, on account joying. The young ladies who wont ocratic ticket will bu elected by a majoricall at B. G. B. ness, toseo you personally, please Misses Nettie ty of :100 to 400. from Stanford were: great need Wray, rixethoSM.VIXNIzeClOMtlcnenniiiotho Special to the I Minor Journal my shop and settle, us I am in Mattio Owsley, Ella Shanks, Lucy bottle). 'IIII.V AKB THU JIOVT COSVhNIEST. I. Small vote Louisville, Ky., Aug. SttUiibla ioi' 4ll Arch. of money. M. F. Elkin. Tnti, Sallio Moore, Fields Jameson, Mrs. Vrlco in 4'lllier wle. U3c. por lliittlo. experi- G. C. Givens, Mrs. Jameson and thegen-tlctne- polled here. So far, tho democrats lead, Wanted. A lady of six years' Messrs. .Tribble, Owsley, Danks, however, by from o to 5 to 1. State re school to nlWWlllUKeirorlli.(eirt'rortuiii). ence desires a position in a turns indicate full vote, with good tlem- - J.r.SKITHCl).Macricf'lilLEBr.JN3,,'ST.tOUIS MO. Best Pennington, Owsley, Embry, Rout, each English and Latin languages. Eveninu Tim es. J ocratic majorities. Walton and Carson. oflice. of references. Address "M.f this 1st sun-htrok- January exhibition. e The Stanford A Logan's Creek Turnpike Co. organized and elected E. T. Pence, president; J. F. Peyton, D. W. Vandeveer, S. II. Shanks and John S. Owsley, directors; W. M. Bright, treasurer; W. E. Varnon, clerk and attorney for the company, and are now ready to receive sealed bids for the construction of the same on or before the 20th inst. The specifications can be seen at the store of I). W. Vandeveer, or by calling on the president. D. W. Vandeveer, sec'y pro tern. m m A BIG LINE OF CHAMBER SETS,j TEA SETS Just Received. Also A Lot of New Glassware, Some tiling Entirely New. 1 . ur "Mo-es,o- r o MARK HAKDIBr. .GO TO. m .' A,A,WAR1BN "JIODEI. GROCERY" JL- New-lan- For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. 1 Having secured the services of m- ta-r- e - Vice-Preside- nt enp-lU- p 1 HR. TKOS. I DiSXTON", OF CHICAGO, am now fully prepared to do 0. S-- l stop-over- s ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK AXD I Ml worK Ul Po-gl- e LEXIITGTOIT, i.1.. I .l warnuueu una jjiuuiLiuy uuiic. 1 -- A- - .. R. PENNY. DRUGS and JEWELRY Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware. RACES M AMPIDUN W A TCM9 The Best Railroad Watch. ' "3 O p cata-loju- c, r 5 5 n ci San-dife- CClltUal niVCl'SltV C v " n b 1 s - 1 -- e rt O I' w r --1 M a M v. e n n O 3 I , S 2 u tl Advice to the Aged. C. Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. B. H. DANKS, 1 w.i l..vn. Jeweler, J S WELLS, Ph. G. Prose. Clk. Tutt's Pills !lli-liure- MoROBERTS, Main Street, Opp Court-Howi- SI AN'KORD, Ky IMPARTING VIGOR y DR. ELLEOTT'S Med igated Food, A Suro Curo fcr nil Ctt.cascs In Car-hrok- I ) 'fervi ' HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Arising front Impurltica of the Elood, and fron Functional Derail gem octa. A DEAD SHOT OH WORMS, AND A CERTAIN I 111 PREVENTION OF HOG CIIOLERA. 1 BILE BEANS i rtalclv .. I I nc- -. , R IN nnr. Mt Salem, I'ruj, I NV I- -t K-- l W triiOnl.rilC M v nuej, I! M I'k-hoii- II llaker.deneral Merchandioe, Hichland W II Cummmi;- Ronliiiil; J - t.iperal R.Miien, jily, llr Mer. i.it, Kuii.ille. I)rui,kisi, lfeille C Mill- v t ILuIi-jr- , Ueiirral Mff Imih'i'c, h"n'io Prfa. Iieriyille, I '.ccch i Arthur J ( urnersvine; I)niKSit, Druj,'git, i A elller, illi.im-., jylicbur; n, BRYANT & STRATTON Business College Hook Car-Bo- n, Write Ktrpiny, Short ltanit, Trlegraphy,e for Catulofue anil full Information. Eat IQ1 P W UIO V llnlaEi I laTV IV If 1 I St Semi-Weekly A InteriorJournal Newspapers Save ice. Ice, completely enveloped in newspapers so that thenir is shut out, will keep a loniter time thnn under other conditions; and that a pitcher of ico water laid in a newspaper, with the ends of the paper twisted together to exclude the air, will remain all night in any summer room with scarcely any perceptible melting of the ice. In freezing ico cream, when the ice is scarce, pack tho freezer only J full of ice and salt and finfsh with newspapers, and the diilerence in the time of freezing and the quality of cream is not perceptible from the result where the freezer is packed full of ice. After removing the dasher it is better t cork up the cream and cover it tightly with a packing of newspapers than to use more ice. The newspapers retain the cold already in the ice better than a packing of cracked ice and salt. Scientific American. Publlahod Every Tuoadrty and Friday S'i P1C1Z "VJfl.A.Tt,iy ADVANCK "When not o paid $2.60 will be charRed."". K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves ltowland at 7:00 a. m., returning L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 ....1150 am Mail train going North.... 16pm " " South. ' ...11 s?pm Express train" South... " " North... 37 m ... -- 6 30 am Local freight North.... S3pn aoutn.. The latter train alo carry paenRrs. lime, Solar The above is calculated on standard time is about so minutes faster V- f- The question of fans nt church, lirouplit up by an Ohio clerpymnn, who asked his eoiiprotfation to stop fanning themselves, as it made him so nervous he couhl not preach, promises to become an exciting issue. A writer in n Boston paper, who deeply sympathizes with the " JVe have seen a fan ( hio parson, says: carried to tho communion tableamlhave been annoyed by its rustle (hiring the most sacred services. Not infrequently it would clash against the buttons of tho lady's di ess or her broach, rudely compelling attention from the holy instruction, the prayer for divine help, the solemn chant of the Te Deutn and even tho Surely good taste suggests the A cream nf t.irter hal.inc p.wuer Holiest of litany all in leavening trenj;th. I . S. Ooxerninei.t Ke banishment of the faus from the house port. An. 17. t4oof worship." Thus intelligent Boston 15. McCREARY opinion is with tho preacher and ngainst cool wenth-e- r ti Congfe, in thi, the church fan. Nothing but Is a Candidate lor can prevent a stupendous controversy the 6th District, subject to the will nt the Democracy . in the religious world. POWDER - Absolutely Puro ! JA3IES What Is it Hay Window? Tho vexing and much vexed question, What is tho legal definition of n bay window? seems to bo drawing toward .1 solution. "How many windows shall n bay window contain?" is the point made. These windows aro nil built of frame, and the difficulty with the inspectors is to keep builders from overstepping their legal rights and constructing frame back buildings under the di.4gtti.vj of "bay windows." The claim in made that n bay window must Ik nil windows that is. windows on tho front and sides: others think that a window on the front is all that is necessary. The latter view ia taken by the builders of houses in rows whore the bay windows of adjoining houses nre so clo.'. tn to prevent tho jiosiiibility of privacy. One builder who is building a row of houses in the upper section of the city thinks the lnw i doing him a wroutj by rominlHng him to put three windows in his bay windows, which adjoin each other in pairs, divided by a brick wall. He is not expected to put n window in the brick wall, but in the framework pjonite. adding to the of t'je honw and alt"rin the shape of the room. The mam iv.uhii for oantel1ins builders t.i conntruct window on all hides of thtf bay i prevention a$ifcit fire. This argument is answered by the builder, who iy that the frame apartments having tho Ieat number of windows burn the slowest When windows become broken the draught is greatly increased, consequently the danger is aggravated. To the lcofenew of the building laws manv of the complications constantly arising an be attributed. The ordinance of 1SS'2 to regulate the erection of oriel or bay window throws no light whatevei on the subject. While the ordinance regulates the construction of frout Ixiy windows, not a word is said about three on the rear of buildings. Philadelphia Inquirer. ex-pen- Fkw lives have been so full of event and romance as that of Gen. John Kverything iu his Charles Kiemont. I im well prepared to hnre tHc ells an J will life was out of tho common his mar- work in n kxh1 manner and promptU riage, his explorations in the midst of At One Dollar a Foot. hunger, cold and hardship-- his career in Call on or AilJrei me at SUnlurd Ket lv. i.. r smi h the army nndnaw, and finally his death only two months after his old age had been made comfortable by his appoint THE COMERCIBL HOTEL ment as retired major general in the J. II OWENS, Manager, United States army. The route to Cali- Kentucky. fornia which one now makes 80 easily Harrodsburg, I have taken chatffe ol this popular Intel over the Southern Pacific railway, Frea first. class manner in mont and his exploring party made on and intend Ittoisrun it in paperetl and painted etury from rospect. hin( Item- muleback, losing their way in tho Sierra top to bottom, the hrllin;it is ple.santrenovated andand tomfotteverjtlnng donet male mountain", where a third of the men abletor suests. inetii-- an. nesrf be surpass- J II. OWKNS and nil of the animals starved or froze to ed by hotels this section death. The onlv really lucky ovont in I the general's life seems to have been his runauav match with fair Jessie Benton. WEJCX. BOBIJSTGr. 1 , t' wmm JiSriL! TpS SM Era 'inujix jymTiTfm it! .iKX m " 1 miles 94iimsmmo myMsZskwmmu Ivrenly miles tt'e Miortct t VJ, .v' 'e A. 'v 111 iti MaLinj; dinH t cimici tin. For Sal i in Central wt for 1'iuoi 3t Ioins, Delist, Hamilton A: Dayton R It i The the only tin runnms PuHman's I'ertecied SsTui Vestihiiled Train., with Chair 1'atlor, Slwpin.j ad Dinins Car serine hvtweea Cinclarao, Indtananolls snd Chuaco and is the only Im run Cin nine Through Ktcltma,; Chair cars o.tw cinnati, Keokuk and Snringneld, III. andSltcpiiw to Mackinaw; aad the Car Cincinnati CiiKtniiAH, The Finest on Earth Twenty laitiltlin ,e li In ntI - f K I Iols New York, Washington, wliud. Chicago. Mirhifan Point., Cleveland. lluttU, Indianapolis and the West, New Knulaud, Canada, ltOKlOll, Phila.lelj hi . I' V K - (j.nrkest time Uihmond, to (.uULest line to Hart dsjurg, (rank, fort, K Shortest ati IKOINIA Hnltiasrre, Ilutwen Cincinnati, Dayton Lima, Toledo, Detroit, the Lake Rations a'nd Canada. Th road is one of the oldest 111 th Suit t Ohio and the .ml) line entering Cincinnati over miles n( doulileirack, and frum ita aaat record im more than as.ure its pat ions speed, comfort aii'l safetv Ticket on sale everywhere, and see that th? read C , It A. D . cither in or out of Cmunnjti, Iwduina no!i or Toledo. Only Dlreot Lino 1 CORJIICK. t.eaeral I'assenvrr and Tuket Agent E. O. XL SCROFULA BRONCHITIS EMULSSON COUCHS CCLDS SCOTT'S CURE CONSUMPTION hji'ne tiathatiun oga, mineham. M.-- i maWtng direct tnnnet lions en toute Ki. tillr, A.htnlle, l.ymhbunjr, and points in the ii nt S lid Trams, I'sajint. cars, saiokine is lies, Pullman (Tomlolr Sleeper through w it ' 1 It CAM DILKIaV; for Atlanta, Columbus, t 1ln.11 m, Charlettnn. Augusta, Mscon, Siunrtii, ItrnnsKiik, Lake Ci(y,1 humasville and t l.oltt DA points I no only lino running snii.i trains with li floudoir r Pal u r Mr, iiiif ( ars to I . Putin vMiville veilboiit .hangs tor mi i'.un gers hi bacgage Selma and M ontgomery. Ilunt.ville. litst I ktrence. Memphis and ARKANSAS pants Shoitest and ouirkrsi to Anniaton Selma. Nf' bile. Direct ronnei lions made it NKW uk l.KA.NS wltbont omnibus transfer for t.alwt-- i Houston, Austin, At Cliattanooga 1 1 Bucklcn's Arnica Salve fur cuts, bruise, sore, ulcer., salt rheum, fover sores, teller, chapped hands, chilblain, corns and all sWln erup lions and positively cures piles, or uo pay roonir ed. It isKoarantccd to cue perleet sutislactior, l'tice J cents per bos. or money refunded I'or sale by A. K Penny, Swntord, Ky. The bent salve in the world Wasting D'.soascn Wonderful Flosh Producor. jrnny lirvvo (j.ninod ono pound per doy by ita use. Scott a r.mulssion is not n secret roinptly. It contains tho stimulating properties of tho llypophos-pliito- s iNol Electric Bitters. becoming so well known and so All who popular as to need no spciUl mention haxcisted Hlectric IliUer sine; the same eoni; ol praise A purer medicine ilovs not exist and it is guaranteed to do all lh.it is claimed ltlwwc lllttors will cure all diseases of the I.Ivor and will romoie Pimples, lloil. Salt llhensn and other affections caused by impure blond Vt ill prevent as dric Malariaall from the vtem andHoracurccl Malarial I'evers. well as cure Headache, Consthmtlon and Indigestion tr- Klei or Kntlrc satisfaction itauranu-etrie Hitters Price $oc and i per bottle noiiev refunded A. It Penny's drui; tot c Tim remedy 1 RICHARD C. WARREN Is a Candidate tucky, subject for Auditir of the State or Kento the will of the Deinocraucjiairt Kvery proud of true Kentuckian should be the State Collego of Kentucky. Kvery young Kentuckian should try for IJr. A. S. PRICE, Office on M.IH1 SURGEON DENTIST. . 1. .Mcrsouern street, o.er Drui store, Stanford. R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. Office on Mam street, ophite Portinan uo stairs. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless extracting STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Hu". DR. W. B. PENNY, Sat.th ide Maw street, in omce O vac; 4pt by. Dr. L K Uurtium, Stanford. Ky. fie j.j.allkn" John A. Knos, an inventor, is in Washington trying to get Congress to adopt his electrical machine for recording the I have removed my office to I my ."""'Tnd"ftII votes of the members. He claims that it where site Female CoUeSe, HLCiHKfclu. 94 times. does the work with speed and never "n7r vtwuod makes a mistake. Undoubtedly a good deal of our national legislation could be ATWOOD, better done bv machinery than it is done No well REEL ESTHTE 1IGEETS. now. ever vote forconstructed machino would the McKinley or tho City, Tenn. Force bill. It wouldn't take n very suJASG OIYENS. perior piece of machinery either to make WM.AVRUa better Speaker than Iteeil, or a more intelligent Congressman than the avet-ac- e member. Louisville Times. Attorneys nt Law, .) BBMOVED! Johnson Dentist. the appointment from his district, ami those who wish to keep posted on tiie real progress of Kentucky should send for the catalogue. The college is well endowed; the building is a handsome one, grounds, in tho in the midst of well-kes "garden-spo- t of the world" the region of Kentucky. Last year there were over 400 students in the college proper, .52 in the summer normal school and 100 in the commercial department. Nearly every county in Kentucky was represented. Those who meet Piesident Patterson find iu him what young men respect and like a fair and impartial ruler. pt Blue-gras- ss m NMim;cs for I'atsnigPi-tArrangements are beiuff made for carrying out a schsine proposed by Mr. McNeil, of Londonderry, for the more efficient despatch of telegraphic communication letweun Tory Ihtud and the mainland, which promise to Ive of great advantage to ship owners and homeward bound passengers. It is proposed A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. p.i that steamers passing on either side oH It was lust an ordinary scrap of wrapping l..i ved her Torj Island will throw overboard recep- per, bu ofit lonsumption. lifetld She was in tie thjt h phyKMn tacles something like a small buoy, con- staeea incurable snd could only live a .hurt time. i she was unds On a pie.r than taining the messages to bf sent by tele- shewomhed le she read of Dr Kin . New li papei graph, and a boat's crew will bo in read- wrapper and Vl a ""' v" 11,, Uoiht coverV. l' her uwrc iness to pick them up and convey them bought a Ure Nrtt e it helpedcontinued Us, ue an another and grew better fa.t. plump weihing u to tho nearest telegraph offiVe. By this i. now strong healthy, rintv means it will be iosible for a passenger pounds. For fuller PparlKulars send stamp to f Smith Trial bottles j ... to intimate his arrival to his friends this wonderful dieiosrry at A. H Petin twenty-fou- r hours Iwfore he could do so DtuffsAorc now from Liverpool, and twenty hours lhisbtmdon weddinj: tour "I want before he could do so from' any port 011 and wiio." Hotel the Clyde. The matter has lieeu taxeu rooms for my.-tup by Lloyd's committee, who under- clerk "jiilte?" Uusbund "Of course take to forward iKissengew Me.rr.ttus at she lovely. The sweetest a minimum of Is. each and ship owners' girl in the world." advicesat 11 minimum of Gd. eai !i. It Ls ill soon expected that the arrangement Do not SuKor nny Longor. Knewinc that a cough can be checked in a day be carried out. Industries. anl the trst stages of c maumptKm '" week, w e hereby guarantee Dr Actors . . Kid-nuv- ami i)iuo Ntuwcgiim Cod Livor Oil, tho potoncy of both bointf litroly. incrensod. It is usoil b' I'hysiciinis nil over tho world. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through lias- ti Jai.li.nn and h Isu, Miss . Shrevesat I.a., m iking litres t coiine. li . without oninihus transfer for Dallas r'..rl W, in. Austin, San Anlnnia, Kl Paw and poiulsm - ICOTT 4.UOWNE, Chumlsts, N.Y. PALATABLE AS MILK. .S'oM by all Dniiuilfit.i. TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Pur thnn. gh i.irrett tunnty mups ar J f inlormaiiun .all un Aifent at lum lion ( nv. kv or address Mf N K V WilOll.I t lrav Pa A(l . I imti C li.-sD 1. H1HAKD1 li " ,v c, t uc r A rt. ' . 11 K-- I'n-s.a- e liii' ill ll ; tl3J.:V.LI HfwAlJaraCmCA.JRr 1 A XJCAV FAST MAIL I 4 -- , (i, iH LOUISVILLE & Dai1), Scci.res la . CINCINNATI Travelers, - I dl THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Pver attempted between the grsat con mr on the thai River and Chicago, and dr c the fa.fst time and most . nmforuM r tween til ptsintt in the South, "r to Ike U r.i j NorthweH. 1 he counterpart of this Ham trunk lines is denominated The Limited The sapetb rnlhsui sloth we employ gives (. Mr 1 I'nlimiUd Csmloet rfeitly ALLEN & AYRE3&GIVENS. - - 327 Fifth St., Louisville, Ky. had he not have been an over attempted to dauce. men hate to dance because their locks get into their eyes ami their trousers Tra.ncr and Handler of 5L- work around. Woman's rights women Harness and Saddle Horses and neverdanco. Thanka, awfullv. They're dealer in Fancy Roadsters. wise. No one ought to dauce who doi amall Hore hmistht .md .old on a serythe 'jusiper cent. not bathe. A very prond woman waa Fifteen yew.' eirr.en.c in Staniord. hy. asked why she didn't take part iu the T. SANDIDGF., f dancing. Her reply waa "Whtjn I 11I.B dance I ptrnpire, and when I perapire pleasant TIEJTIIERFQB3 HOTEL, I'm not Belle. cauipany lor any one!" -- Ulan "ex-pounde- r" Shie llu.lding Byron objected to the waltz because he had a club foot. Dan Webster would Long-haire- d C. T SiOTOXDGOG, bridge he pulled a large and valuable " diamond ring from the little Anger of his Jhm n "J! left hand to exhibit to !u friend. In handing the rinr over it l.p;ed fnmi his Mi- -, p. Nrwp' rt ', irv T .... . Tra'nt tt -ie hand and fell, and striking the floor Ar.kor'rt BntrllHh PIU bounded into the rivr. Tlie friend stood Philadoiphla lor "UIATir. C. UAHM ItOl'TK. where the ring fell till its owner went Are active, effeui.e and p.ue. of sick l.d Baltimore, Now YorK, dUordHred toiach. ache, MPJl'l. been 1111I eeenred tlu ?nicea of several men complesionand bsliousa.., they Tho Shortcut nntl Quickest Itouto from an.l utrj-- l by All pearls to dive in after it. Uo found two who eouawd either in A mtwua or abroad, t or sale Centrnl Kunttioky to all points Nortl. Old) rme mirbl .ml Ironi enngtoo. Penny. Drusrgtst. A. R. Hist, Went and 8outli-U'oFtvat cijmju the otfer nf liandaowe pay for th?lr Cot ruled ftmr ( ..r.l in I Hn I Ian l'. iO Lino between LnxlnKton and CincinThat Torrlblo CottBh hrciithiog enicea enwnted to attempt the rescue. Daily FwNfail cc.m or nati. They went out in a boat and after tunny In th. morning, hmrtod in ineifaknR qutcWencd Da It Du.ltVes SI A I lOMb. cnesi Rapress 'Ks un fc "sua SCUEDUI.KIN ItrrKCTMAY 11. Ii.liineass ia tho evonlni or sweats at night attempt) secured the riug. which w:is in raising . phlegm, Itchiness ...iu tkm turn handed over to its owner. He iatd tonTump'tiissVDr. Aet.r's E.g ishfirst ( si a'aj J 17 am j it no N No 2. X. OuhT(e- -. l.veStantero..... 6 10 pes ii 40 am 1 30 pm " UoaiagsOtL.. South Bound. la the pminiA"! aunt and went on hit way dey will cure theeo fearful symptom, ana is M soomw i 45 am, to pm Wiachosser. ' K. V. K Sun ll.ll) ' rejoicing. Hartford CVmmnt. under a poaitive guarantee by A. K. I enny, Jaactum 1 ,,t I all " " Mil" aid will refund the nvjiey lo find d- -o no. takelt as per directions, Tnemlay a gentleman, a stranger In U Pot S.le by A. R. I corrw theeo part:., had occasion to cror.s the our statement ny, DrBRist. In Porttnan llrus, Ituil'tinj, Huntington brid", and was c.omp.i:i-ie- d Our Very Boat Pooplo 's Vhon midway of the by a frUnd. when we say that ' our statement ItvntM line 11 DIuiiiuiiiI ItlM-- Coust "" lin tn,..,. , ii: Tin pu . , on .. - t ' -( 'l h ' !l.v Miin. l s-t-l Joss Thompson, tstttt ntnt)' aiid hut , mt fnnm ., .1 ... L ii . raaant j. fold.- fu . etc, sail on or address isafonl, Ky W. (i CRfbll.T IA"S For tall uiformstlon, timr 1 ..i V Confirm KnglUh Remedy m every way ' any aWdTall oth--r prp.irati... for the :'uul, " Uni;s. In whoopms :'" f""U yon a sample once. Wc offer relieves at au free Remember th.. remrdr s. 1. ld 00 cuarantee. at A R Pe ny "Pr OLD ROUTE... 1 I Oi W n IK ROMKRTS. Agt , ' pinni.n,u , I V- Kentucky Central R.R. rr I. Washington, .""" Y A , vdle. Chicago, 111 K Sunfor at - 1 . 4 I Druggist. " 3o-- II , i.'M'Vlt.LE, KY.. p. v .1 GitnK, 1', if 1.1 G EC. BCILTOISr 1,11 u.s-- s In one of the papers at the time of our Proprietor. ifiedt war, there waa a picture rvpreaent-iia Yankee picket and a rebel picket tton and ro- .u d to accommodate w P"; holding a couvenatiou at loni; diataut. (.00J Ratxs reaauiiabi ms attached 1iilW "What regiment do you belong to?' cried the reb. "The 3Kh Rhode answered the Yank. "GewbUte-tor!- " reaponded. the reh, "I knew there SWITCH, K waa a good many of yon, but f nertreup-poaedyo- u K ." froof Armor. The Plrat Symptoms of DUt. ains in eariwis, In the early part of May acaue plate Tired foeling.dull headache. body, ainktng at the firing took place oa board the English parts of the appetite, fescrishaeas, pit of thovt sstre. pimploa loss of o Nettle, which brin-r- t up a re all pomtive es idence of po.aoaed bwd. potsoned it moat hel"r test matter how it bocaroe subject of the greatest i;:';rnrM Dr Vcker's Knilish Woavf Elisif namely, tb. poslbility of maklntr armor toaeoid death. to remot c rofuloaa or syphiliue has noeor fsiled nch an will hruak up the splendid iorvyd Kitems. Sld uuder puaiUve gnarantee at A K, wiy'a. r teel laroJectil.M which hive hithvrf held together abno it without sorption The looKeet day in the year ha 1 t, Tle r.si'It of t:e Nettle unJotht-rr-.ten- t hour at M, Petertburg, 1 honrt at tiFN goe.i to hlww XhrX pl?te) are iuw hottM at 10J hou at liondon, i5 tun '.e v'i.'j f: n an hard n ti defeat Sew Yui-- and l! tuonthB at 8pite' rm"gel t !. a.; Ttli-i- it u4 ide n r.r that steel fcd armor in the dtopow of them in the i:..::r.er rbat Mtlea' 3rrve una dchneidur atlniit wh plates; d fea'Aiiititif.- .i d .r,' 't!f 'f i "' ' w l t i. n.,'. i!i proj!criftja, New Vork .'rre Ivi". c.m .i mi ro Wl'lou . Trif rr.i"ls' ii nt (imsii . ,d i iv ir.nM rt allot atom-ach- man-of-w- ar Harit-burj- Olive Hill... Ashland. . to " Catiettshueg M Muntingion.. 11 11 Lee. Hunting ton. 1 Arr Charwsion ' Clifton Forge. .. ' T ' I.Tnihliurg m " C'Wlo irseills . iu ,. Wasluagto Bsltltnirc M rhOade;pai4 4 .. j " New or V... 1 Richmond. " Ml. aurwng. Itorokrad t jo am t J jo pm 07 pro sj nsn st am a n j so . 5 si pet 9 Sips p pa a"i pm . . P, .(. Lee Ciactnnati ., Covington. tve ralmouth..... ?nU Arr Arr Lletagton... Arr Lv Pari '....!... Arr Winchester. Baehmetsd. , 10 t O 44 SO it it 1 I " J' 4J 1 am' , LAi LaaKaster.. ;n aia P Arr atanlora. Arr I .. . . 1 pm. pin pr Arr Bsrea X. 11' : t 10 C R Leo Mkha.ood 40 p 4 i v .0 p ' J i . J nj pas', i. ' 11 11 1 on p at 1 SI sa a av at 1 p m a m o 17 at in 1 . S S . ' . !i in t ll, I 1 at 1 . -- i . " i o pin t I' Not folk OidKointC.t i.rt r N I k . t - 1 - Tele-:mt- m A Mr.intrte Potisto Growth. Dealer In Dry Goods, Notion, Hats, Oaps poor reb t General Line of Groceries, Fancy C indies Cross Ties. &c All kind of Produce take ta exchange tor Roods. PoslorTice, I.uinjston, Ky. Roots, Shoes, Clothing. Hardware, Queeni-war'I in ware, Fu'niture and a e, alive nor and can get a peep at the pension iiata he will see tbat the gallant bojs of the ftWtu Khode Island are all there. ia A tin-ed;t- Th WtU (")e.:,r. Pa.. Lck1 News "were tbat thick." It that report that Tr.tnan Fowythe. of tliatt t.-r? ar laA-MS'St.--r'rit'- .ay WBlili.l 1 Tons Juno ne ao. . I Rot' 1'er u- 1 1 with f.raiid "OP Dance called at I : ya sharp. oird and cottages till July 10H oko fMOM '"'" ""'k Ji IA 1ST: it. 50 " Day " Meal Cottnse Rent, ' e S6.00 J.co rr MlMlt'l " lu A Connecticut man has juut been for kissing a girl w horn he had only known for a wook. In every other State the time limit for kUghi'.' is a vnrinblu quantity, depending u great deal on the girl, and, we may add, the young man. But Connecticut, with that dosiro to reduce everything to a scientific exactimss, characteristic of a progressive people, seems inclined to make it exactly two weeks, no lees, no more. 0 t! ya c.30 found in hi ce4-lvillage, r. n potcto of lat yearV crop that had two am.nl! oticu arrowing inside of it. There were no sprouts wnatevtT an the ontaide. but the iwtato wa Innt opeii r.teiieh e?d. and there pr nt? were the end's of two well forun-- aad healthy i Hiking youn.? rn Iters. The larger one was .iliom the ie uf a walnut. Potatoe. ott"ii fonu on the out tide of old oueain iellm this iui"j of the year, bnt that the growth fhonld take place ir.ide i a novelty and only one or two lewnH to vhoui the "curio" whs ahowu l having seen the like before. con Id t oine-ching- rot-al- tloiii-.- s In Sluiiie, prt-eu- iUnley Hanly, of Drawer, r. nt tweuty-nv- e t Horses fid ler Wei r,, s.t.tt SPOON MORK Jaffa? "1MOTHERS . END WHILU LESSENS DIMINISHES f. 'yMKES,,oTH.ar iriK Lna iii W labor EER TO LIFE Of From a hoy's composition in tho Now York Herald: "A hen is an animal made by a Creator of the universe, whii h is covered with feathers ami has a hill. The hen stands on two feet except u hen she is tired and then she stands on one and eats corn with liur bill. When the hen sits down she sits down to lay, and when she lays down she lays down to Bet. The hen's eggs are good to eat unless they havo been sot on." receiving nhunt hear week, wbieh it n if.n nniuher fcr thin tune of the year. lie says tlmt with the .skins come rqtom nf jjswit !iim' tieintf inwile among the shed) hy ' t:n. mil mat lite oeartt cuutuie inynyr ' iiniiciiaHllv to the uietern dihtrlflg., difllcnlt to tind ifrljtlie .u are north and vetTn rstrts of the jnte.-- r Dttiiur Letter. ikiiib u I Hx-KiDul-ynriu, nmond. M y t cii.. .Tn.t- - a' il't' 10 I ... ' Lsxington at 4:47 p m t'silr (linf. rd ti j; p m. Lv Kichmi.ad. . I i a OO I it Kaat mail friwi Kuhmi.il, V . aid .11 points Arr Winchester i 4r I Arr ' east, Huntiiici'iil. V. .,, :m. all tii!mn .iv.-il i.t..i". nts. : ii 'it. f ii woiiwii ami rn .dr. u bun-da- y Lesiutofi .it u t no n 1 l . -L I.eiiuglu tltm, I" ; jj - at' Stanford 11 - p in e 30 p m, a Lvo "am ..f.loM-.i- o Sitinia Hinul!.-- .'. ip. .Xst k Aci,MinJttion OtivfUil and intenaadiatt Lea Falmotrth... 4 is p raj o 1 a sni rjiSBipIis I If.; i.s A U i'v..t a bDiilcrJ. motaM. Rtchmosid. K.. and potats n th K. C. Arr Covington. .. 5 40 p mjio $ a at ' flpauMUM m Day. arrives at Lesiajttun am, daily, Arr Clnf Innoti .. 3 jo p f. ti a at r. . f '. .n. .. Ind. livMI on aunsmr. ovaaioro HaslMr 11 .'..O :! let Train moo. it and 14 ran Sundae Bo safe M. V. . two iu4iua.mil mr .no .i", no' hut u boon CO.. E. D aetata read read via N. N. ' n . CiacwaaHaad L.e Inn i nl siir.la Wi.. thoualit t tn? o si I esuu'" n a. m ,aa4 arrivis"-i- t . s i n "ii'Rii , 1.. i err. shV"oct t" "ecu in p.ttsjir-.ittiMhr itj .rhes, n. an.l .in. e ,t it Laainrton at s 4 d a ii'iTi bi.rkuv u'. .t lp ji un and Or 9 10 Si'p m. h a; nr hwou treat T f,f inn4t il.g v l' ranth, I'.tlS li'i theMavsvill pll s ' .'.I- - lor v .,., VTi'liuUt u. O.I b 6 mi, 1 ra and No. . p m, .iiivm, at pe.s. s.tH- wji frrnitrn u'lf tur ! li fttU' Ix.t .si i No j' i lie ai 10 A trial bf in, in-"C" Of Dr Mini .in. i c. Miysville at 5, is a in, irnsin t I'arn tie of Una vv .tutl w. ii.l r tl u- lu-K m- - imi u 7 U x h ,1 150 oti fln'-l740, a in. V) u lease. t'''ii iiiuslr itoil tr. jti ft-- t .K A m Thrsr trains are arrives at I'aris t 4 it, unit ciuiaui Druj More, iu t . lants-i.sidaily except Sunday. tt. Xo runs d tily Irom I smi.. " t t mcinnati 3Jttr ulott's a:Uurniiffv. No. 4j Icavea I.csingtun 10 u am , arrives l'aris i.r i.ei . anio.inT or i. - ie 10 45 am: except Sunday The v ' P '" No. ( teat es Cincinnati j m pm; arrntnl'.ilmnuih '' ' hnart in ke-1- "if nil i 1. 1' isii.otk'i-.-riphett wllhbwil escept Sunday j 10 pm :leaves Falmouth 600 am; I ti th. .'. of IfhOJOtluiPs t il furr No. 7 arrives Cmcin ' "Mi'T- i- md l&S wins n il.iv. ivlii.'iirsl nali 7JJ am; except bunday ) N. vui.nli-- li. si li'i neb'a t IM.M) many Train Notes. No 1 runs dally between I.txmjf. no Hoa.--t FilUliron. '''iruns daily between ten snd Cincinnati. Nn e v''.'' ' ' Cincinnati and Lexington. iympunis turu h.iii n nt unij iU ktoo.uii el sin r. in ihr Nos and 6 make connections at Winchester in t!ir'at,nipri,' " 'ii n 1..I1 lornolnt.ontheN. N. .V M. V Hy n liunprv or Mnoihir"'t iv 1. .le. lllllllllTAVT Train. f I ki. tin tinu, fi r r . . OU-- . Dr. Prank. Hi MnrV Kiw ID ei t lib in at and denart front the Central Union Passenger b"ld by A. K. V 1. . only triui-dtlio Station Cincinnati, making connections for all points North, Katt and West. s Through tickets and bazsK checked to any II A Moon to wives. destination reacted hy a ilroad. llavitiz used "Moilier'i I'riend," I would not For full jkirticuUrs address any ajetit el the Co. It U a iKjon to jSe v1ihut it i flnl of "' ' !tKy must pass ttiroueh the painful i.rlil.i'. r"-1 I. MUNSOX, Trav. 1'asa Ajt . Cincinnati. " ,, ," v ;, :; ajiiwhirth. .mm. t.. Sj. F. II. MORSE, (icnl I'ass'R'r Ari. ,n radnelo Keguiaior .o , iMiaut, " IV YOU WANT Cilionnati, O. olU by hrtiiuiam II. Ii Hl'NTINsiKtX, i. e I'rcVt and Gen I 1 11 .I I I Ao-rjif.Tni-- llvr !. tar foe Kuhu Mmits.i ,l. ;i Trains Ic,-p m daily -. I li , . - I i.w l.i- ov . c t, Ky. ' k. il . "r il, ji 11 Arr K. r' . - H Oil 7 4 K l.vr i s,,, ,', tler t .' ' M m ll '" " . I .t, '- plfly frt .t es frts ho, xing-ton- 1 ". ..-.- ipn tio I 11 - Sn-'n- c - fs$&v".:''. fA . 1 IK jf r 111 11 n.-i- i LUWMNt & 1 ' l 11 ''''"''" v if 1 i "' CBEAM '' 4, I 111 'it, U . I U r : ""''" w"1'"0: ..,. LEXINGTON.KY. DUUNKENNESS-TH- E T-- 3Whild, JL. Milan deelinen to Ibhv or collee althout can be given and the impression btreiigthunii th It knowledge of in a cup of tea the person takins it, efl"ectii2 a speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient that he is nlanninj; mibcliitf. Ho in alcoholic wreck. is a moderate drinker in want of muiioy. and tho Raili-e- Tnousanils of drunkards or an beim cured who have t;overament is heinjj urged to hribo have taken the Gnldeu Specific in their codee btJleve they "Why do they call it tho Wooly him to nsturn to Paria, ovun if it costs without their knowledge, and drinking of their own freewill. To "Because, suppose, so many SOO.OOO fnmuu. 55omo patriots hint not bint results from its administration. Cures guar, West?" antced. young Kasteru lambs have been lleeced olwcmroly that assassination would be ilress n Send for circular and full parlleulart. Ad. ri.'ence ftoi"BN SlkCtrtc Co., i8i easier ..id cheaper. x UaceStrect. Cincinnati, O. there by tho real estate agents." cor-lain- ly al y LIQUOR HAB In all tho World tlioro Is but ono euro, Dr. Hainan Qoldon Specific. GOOD BREAD .WD A Mai H.U'I'V COOK I'SK GINKUAI OFHCl Chaml.er of Comiueri e limldin ar. C ill inuati.O CREAM FLOUR MADE IJV FOR MEN ONLY! BhbiMS I a I I esknetsof Bodv and Mind. Effects of Ftrcrsor Excesses In OldorTounr. U.tic.l, IiblntMlutinr!l7 Ifrtl.r.a. Il. L.sUrf. ssi Blftotlniltt,l.'M'STkLOri!llllllliPiHTHUil00l. la a 4ar. atnolutslr usftlllsv 1I0EI lHlfATat7-Ust- att Csaslrl.s. ItrlU IStm. Ilia iMtlfr fr to Ststti sad DtMtlpllis Best, eipluttlii aad pnisft nsll.t(ltsl4 tor I.U3Tor KAJLl.-ll- l SAMHOOPt QtneraUndNtRVODS DtBlIlTyj LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS harmfu-etle- ct COMPANY, LEXINGTON, KY. l'rl astrsts ftriia mtuivAb mu aurraku, )!. r. i ?!& riihimgntl-'- i mmM