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A Former Stanford Girl Writes Entertain-InQlyofHi i; h LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. unreal, onlv in this iiiHtanre wo have tiful, but unfortunate Ma rrio Antionette I felt as The saloon, the magnificent ball room, painting instead of sculpture. Foreign Travels. 'Miss Annie Robinson will be "at if I could never tiro looking at tho won- the library, tho picture gallery, whero Lot on Main Street in Stanford Ul.NUKSOSTIIi: UlllNI.'. CiEltJIANY. home" Friilay evening to her numerous All person! that know themielies Indebted to are some magnificent pictures of famous the Dix River, While Oak ,V Garrard County VuTOiiiA, July is, W. I ders in this famous palace. Containing t Hotki. arTe. young friends. Turnpike fur subscription, or a; bondsmen or fur Our second day wo devoted to tho French battles, especially thoe fought Concluded From Last Issue.) will come oingto Term! eny T K WLTO Stanford, Quite a crowd of young folks from toll, expense ol forward and settle without oe tho a suit Luxemburg. The vast build- by Napoleon 1st. Also a separate galThis butiue. muit set Our second day in London we went to this place will attend the hop at lieu at once. ings and gardens, in one of which the lery filled with pictures of all the French r .' i clitiivwinui; .ti. ...... I ... H o. vtij..nvnii C HARRY A. EVANs, 8fo tJfrtnd old West Minster Abbey. describing its vjrnti- - French senate meets and whero by kings who have reigned. Tho private Words fail uio in Mr. James Layton, who has been ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, heavily feeing tho guard wo were allow- rooms of the unfortunate Marrio Antio.i..ir Tiw. iiiiu'ttlflpKiiL and ancient very sick with typhoid fever, is gome STANFORD, KY lice in its vast proportions, its atainud ed to enter, while tho said senate was nette are furnished and kept just as she better at this writing. DANVILLE, KUNTUCKN. and mullioned windows with Its graves in session and heard some eloquent and occupied them. We wore also The pubric school for this district The oldest College in the State Claical, Sci- Engineering1 and Surveying in of Study hull Facol noble and illustrious dead, take uh rousing speeches by tho membeis, inter- the window in which she held the little will open Monday next. Col. M. P. entific and Elective CoursesComplete Gymnasium all branches. ulty Location healthful. out of ourselves and lift our minds and spersed with some invectives against thu lost dauphin to the mob around the Hughes is the principal, which is a guar- Next session btgin Sept to, 1890 For catalogue or further information, address ideas to bOinuthiiiK beyond overy day Cierman.s, whom they believe their palace and the stairway by wnich slio antee that it will be well managed. W. C.YOUNG. D D., President. I inscriptions ou tbo graves of worst enemies ami to whom they seem escaped from them. life. The The Crab Orchard base ball nine To ii this visit to tho V.isei alone was to attribute all their troubles. A por tho noble dead are in many instances FRANK MARIMON. lion of the palace is tho official residence worth the whole trip to Uuropo. One caino over to do up the Lancasters Wed- JAS. G. GIVENS. beautiful and touching The nesday, hut after a very loose game the dead are of tho Prefect of the Seine at the present of the greatest delights to an English or In the corporate limit of Rowland. statueH of illustrious Hritish GIVERS Z EERJMQE. timo, tho remainder is tho "Musee." an American lady is a visit to the two score stood 23 to t!l in favor of LancasI wan much Improved 6 H J. DARST. Rowland. Biniply niud. REAL ESTATE, His The paintings hero are truly sublime; magnificent "shops" as they are called ter. Jim Duncan has returned to his post with tho ono of lord lleaconsflold. I was told by severAn Hon Marclio anil the Louvre. They of duty atOwensboro, after - noble brow and earnest oyoa jjivo uh tho sculpture also. a pleasant al persons that Home itself could not l occupy whole rows of buildings, several visit to his old home. Jack McRobcrtp, a nod Idea of what a Prima Minis' .(iiite MT. VERNON, KY. Town Lot, Coal, Iron ami Timber Land bought it. I am mo fond of art that I was stories high and in them is everything or old on Comnns.ion. CorretrHmdeme who has held a position in his brother's ter he must linvo Ihhmi. Thoro is also a most truly Hoteljij still maintain This eld and 101 yr entranced and oven a person of dry goods that is dear to the feminine drug elicited store for some time past, left for line bust of our own I.oiitf(ollow with inn its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spewho caied nothing for these things could heart. Heau'iful and costly silks, furs, cial attention to the traveling public. tins inscription, "To tho memory of the Louisville this week to accept a position AI. P. NEWCOMH, Prop,, oet,liy hiH KiitflUl. ad- not help admiring. The gardens to this laces, gloves, hosiery and things "too in a drugstore there. His place here is Houss and Lot ureat American ai Crab Orchard For Sale. Mt. Vernon, Ky. After viewing all in tho dim famous palace are very extensive, occu- numerous to mention" and crowded all rilled now by Graham Frank. mirers." pying several acres of ground and in the the time with both strangers nnd French. old Abbey, wo puss out into the fresh Circuit court convenes next Monday. A Home Aires, locamoxt beautiful stnto of preservation with With a Ikw I bid adieu to beautiful There is very little civil business to be ted at Crab and Lot, consisting uf Orchard, Ky , aim known as the Slaand sunshine, e.lud of our visit to the air ving property, one lllock from Depot Tho house and pat. From Weal Minster wo went to artirleial lakes and tamo swans, ducks Paris me. ask you to go to the Rhine transacted, vut there are three criminal contain! mx pacioua rooms, one lattice porch, one KENTUCKY. , founFirst to Cologne, w'hore the cases to be tried, viz: Pick Gentry for open porch and with with all necosry out and saw the and geuse, bountiful, tlit' hniiMM of Parliament 1!. Kdmutou, buildingi. Call on or address D tains, marble and broiuo statuary, flow-er- principal place of interest is the grand killing John Sandifer, Gar Leavell, col- Crab Orchard, Ky.,cr me at I'ineville, KyM D. ureal KiirIIsIi Parliament In session. SAMUEL 1SLAIR. joforest trees of gigantic giowth, inter- cathedral, covering five acres of ground, From here, in a cab, to Crystal l'alncu, ored, for killing Lewis Gill, nnd Jim spersed with walks and terraces; and with its "minted glass windows, with pie .Sydenham. Rose for killing a man in the upper end most beautiful of all it is a free park for turos in magnificent colors, of the saints of the rountv Inst winter. As neither of Our third day, havine. secure! a spec Aug. 26, 27, 28, 29, both poor and rich. and martyrs, of the holy family and of these men have been indicted the grand 30. I offer for tale privately my Karm Inou n as the ml peruiilfroni the Chamberlain, through oM Lewis Lumford place, near the Stanford and Tiie Luxemburg has at dillerent times tho diU'oront scenes in the life of the Now, our Ainutioun minisHon. JolinC. will have its hands full. Lancatter pike, ami running nearly toDixRicr, been royal resilience, prison, chamber of Savior and taking three hundred years jury has ter, wo took a train at Wateiloo station Letcher Owsley, of Middlesboro is in containing 112 AcroalanuItisisin well improved, cul- Competition Open to the World, a line state 01 gixM cistern, mil tiie peers, and now in tiie days of French to complete in building. Free. for Windsor Castle, tho home of her town. Prof. J. M. Rupley, of Danville, tivation Call oil or addrvos me at Gilberts Creek, republicanism the assembly hull of the S I. WITHERS. Ky From Cologne to song and battle faThe mo-- t attractive Pio;am ever offered. was here Wednesday. Misses Sue HerRoyal lUplnies, tho IJueen of wront republican legislature. All during the mous Hiugen ou the Kliine. Our trip ring, Hessio Wherritt nnd Lillie Noel Untain. It belnj; tho hulh'ht of the son TWO RACES EACH of course at Wind- summer a baud of music plays every down the beautiful Rhine, with its banks have returned from a' week's stay at 2STEW son, the liceu wiih day In the gardens from 6 to 0 i. m.. and ou each side towering into mountains Out the fastest mile track in America. Green Hriar. Messrs. Zack Jones and sor. Wo hail the pleasure of H'clnj: tho a great treat for the Parisians and dotted hero and there with old I hae finished my new Saw Mill on the SomerI'ltEE. Ladies and children will be admitted atteudod by her Indies in waiting it Koems Will Hutchison, of Cumberland Falls, ijiuen, pike, miles mm nnd Free the first day. to assemble Itero on Hue bright days. castles and modern villas. The old visited Miss Altie Marksbury Sunday. setfurnish 7 any kind ofStanford IIKK, am prepared MIINC.LES, Specisl trains on all railrondt at reduced to I.I'M and aiTOiUiKUiiwl by Princess J.oui I noticed in Paris was rates. The first thing castles either in total or Kirtinl ruin, Miss Delia Hughes is visiting in Stan- Ac , at LOWEST PRICKS I will sell the mluco Floral Hall open every day and will b a feature with their Kliard, driven from tho the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give of the Fair. For lurtner information and catafew really poor people ono sees. lias formed by no moans tiie least interhow ford. Charloy Anderson, tho popular me .1 trial. P.tofrice, MAVWOUl), KY. logue, address the Secretary. Kates in her royal carriage and p.o for an It truly seomod to me a huppy and pros- esting wrt of our delightful tour abroad. clerk at Green Hriar Spring?, was here A II. IIAsTIN. through the O. A. DeLONG President. We were shown airniK'. I believe that no where ou THOS. L. MARTIN, Secretary ' cross from Ringen, the famous statue this wpek 45 Misa Mary Annie wiluiore, grounds and over much of tho perous city. beautiful A SPLENDID attendant. oartharo the people so Happy and so of the Uonnaniu, greatly aduiirwl by who has been the guest of Mrs. J. IS, by necommodatiiiK palaie contented. Lveryone seem to have 6tmni;rs. The line, iHNiutiful scenery Stortnes, has gone to Nicholosville. We could not see the private apartments G STOCKS royal work at good waged and to bo well dress-o-- . and lovely ptrduna around Hiugen, make Ono of the lwldest attempts at assassiWe want to sell our Farm privately. It has toO as they were thou In use by tho They fairly seem to worship the a atay there very desirable to any one nation ever made occurred in lancasler Acres in a fine state ol cultivation and lies near tow n wo wont AT PRIVATE SALE. lamil v On our roturii to Hubble, Lincoln county Call on or address us at beautiful and bright both in nature and nndaftorthe somewhat fatie.uinx bight Siit unlay night at an parly hour. Not Hubble, Ky to the Towers." Here Is not much to To close a partnership coffer at private sale our HERRING MENEFEK. art. Thu worst feature I noted hi tho seeing of Pari:) qufto pleasant. I'.irm ol later than 10 o'clock on that evening as lie tern, evo old armor, cannons and an-- i beautiful city was its utter disregard for u o to Oestrich on George I.. Hradley, son of Hon. W. O. From Hiiif-elent and modern war Implements. Tho HOUSE, tho Sabbath day. It seems to bo a fete the Rhine, situated in the famous Rhine Hradley, was walking to his homo on Nearly Five Hundred Acres, gruiutdn, though, are very lovely, day with them nil on pleasure bent, (.inrdon and lyiuj,- between liinea mid Lexington avenue, ho was fired upon by F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, Near Moorcsvillc Washington county. Iid out, simrious and . - - - Kentucky. thetnsolvos and mirroundiiiK with no regard whatever for divine eer Maynnct-- from there to Wuislmduii hot an unknown party not 100 yards from The towers turnpike lending London, This Farm is vice. On several buildings which were springs, Houtli to s;witxerlaud and the the public square, ono bullet taking ef from Mooresville situated on the is about lo miles to Chaplin and look hoary with nw. walls I have nm hotter to being erected I noticed men at work as Alj Imek by Merlin to Rreiiien nnd fect in his right arm, causing a very from Springfield, 7 miles from liloomfield, 5 miles jirtpartd movedevermv new Hoteliand the public. to accommodate than On our third day we visited Mine. from Valley Hill, a depot on the railread between Good I.itery attached and every convenience deHnrdstown nnd Springfield, and about an hour's sired. Give me a call, TusHHiids, whero wo had a view, in wax, if there was no such tiling as rest 011 tho home and our journey will end. lline,en painful wound. Tho aflair was kept very run from Louisville. here is FRANK RILEV. 77 have hot yet explored, so I will close. quiet in the attempt to discover the comlortable ltoue of 4 rooms, on the Farm a good lived nnd Sabbath day. You hear bauds of music the mam building, of all th notables who have a brick, Having burned a jear or so ago and all L. II. K. wouhbbo assassin, and the facts have necessary farm buildings, consisting of stables, or .100 years, well playing in the cufes, carriages tilled with died in the laht 200 C. A. BENEDICT & CO., gaily dressed people driving in the beausmoke buggy house, just come out. Young llradloy was re- corn cribs, Krn3r'.yard and house, large tobacco worth a fowsparo hours ovon in mighty two poultry house and DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. tiful and fatuous Champs Klysees and cently chosen hv tho citv council a barns. A gooVl portion of this land is in blue Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Iudon town." Our afternoon was grass, timothy and clover and has a b untiful supas the proverbial marriage .Mrs. Walker lligginjiotham, who is the attorney in tho Lancaster court nnd ply of spent in the National Art Gallery. To going gaily water, well dlitributftl in the TANFORD, KV. street as hut few prosecutions have been made different pastures and fields; ami the whole is in a collection boll. Bick at her home on Lexington give some idea of this glorious good state of cultivation. In short.it is a highly .,...1 Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished at 'ri. 1.. ri.n.....o i.m. ...... ... to ,1... ,..... .,..,. s...n v.......,....,m.-- .a ...v by him thus far, no clue can bo gained productive Farm, Vhich the crops of grasses, factory prices. ,0e8 not hW1 to improve any of art whoro are swell such names as .Sir 30 gram and tobacco on yearly attest. It is . Tiie people are much worked an incontrovertible grown thatit Washington county Mlchaul tieiigm 01 ransiaus, ooivTceu me iiours Hoynolds Cialnsboro, A good crowd from here took in the by tlii--Joshua fact of two and six p. m., the scene is one of Xicholasvillo Fair Wednesday. The up over the ali'air, nnd Marshal Hamil- land. have been selling 35 to 50 percent, cheape'r AiikvIo, Ac., it would require it pen any other part of lands of like groat gayety. The road is crowded with drawing card was the ton is making overy attempt to find the thanState, anda tins character in trots. the has undoubtedly been due to more mighty than my own can ever bo. the fact that the county has been without railroad ferriages and equestrians going to and The contract for laying the founda- guilty partv The Madonna collections are especially lacilules. until the past two years. No county in the State raises finer horses, cattle, It is real-I- v from the Hois de Boulogne. Tho I am well prepared to bore wells and will do the tion of the new Methodist church has and most surprisingly lovoly. DEATHS' DOINGS. grain or tobacco Our sole rtasoli Tor offering to work in a koocI manner and promptly are densely thronged with fash- bpiin let and work will beirin next week. ono can seo in sell this farm is to close our partnership, and to a surprising how much located, a low At 'One Dollar a Foot. -- Mr. II. K. Sn.ni.elfl and fatnilv are! -- Mrs. John Beswick died nt her home man wantinc jood land, well will sell theatcheapest London in a short time, and If you wish ionably dressed ladies and gentlemen price and 011 good terms, we Call on or address me at Stanlord, Kentuckv. somo farm in Kentucky. No use to go West, and you'll and chairs let out to hire at about 10 making preparations to move into their Kowlnml Montiay night, alter t L. T. SMITH. to boo all It Is surprising how long it when Mm see tins land, To cents each go like hot cakes in a baker s ,imlD( ...i.s-- - i1)iq :.,,. l,,,,,., fmjsh.'d on stx nioiuns coniiueiueiu 10 ner room sav so. want this land we win say mat parties who i, niignt it is suscepwill take you. """self to and we window. Tho children, in charming Broadway. with that dread disease, consumption. tible of divisionthe place will addresssuit purchaser. Our next day being Sunday, and not or us at MooresCall 011 us on ville, Ky. A C. Ar JOHN TAYLOR hoar Spur-geo- dross, form by no means a smalt .feature here who sold Sho to-- a daughter of Hev. J. II. Some of the farmers being able to secure tickets to In 'the evening the their wheat early at 70 cents, nre doubtwho has had the misfortune to preach, which was our original in- in the scene. Champs Klysocs is the resort of crowds less sick. It is now So cents in this lose four children in nbout ono year. wo went to St. Pauls in tho ARTICLES OF tention, of pleasure seekers. The brilliantly market and still climbing. Mrs. Beswick leaves, besides n husband, E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor morning and at noon took a carnage and lighted cafes right and left of tho road two young children, who will greatly Since the election nnd fair are over drove through Hyde Park and Kotten kindare a great attraction. Hut, taken as a The New Stanford Roller Mill Co. No Hotel in Kentucky has a brtter reputation, How, which seemed to be tho stylo, judglets buckle down to business nnd when feel tho want of a mother's loving and its proprietor is determined that of others wo saw whole to the average American must we do talk lets talk about something ness. Her remains were interred in ing from the thousands shall be maintained. seem rather demoralizing. Tho worst ejse. Bufi'alo Cemetery, after funeral service tilled with gaily dressed and prosperous feature is that of ladies, both young and 1. We, T. J. Foster. F. Reid.J. S. Hocl.er,S. The colored fair will begin hero next by Hev. Ben Helm. looking ioople. The remainder of our T. Dr. . IS Mocker, Thomas Metcalf, A. He has recently added to its appointments old sitting nt tho tables in the streets in Wednesday, 20th. If you want Wo deeply sympathize with Mr. C. M Harris, J. K. VanArdale and J W. Hu den, do sight-heo- Pence, Jo bo in Htuv in Imdon woh spent in hereby associate ourselves together and become front of tiie cafes drinking quantities of They are 15. Woods, of the Richmond Register, in incorporated pursuant. to the provisions of ChapAfrican few days,conieover. iug, shopping and doing aa the average wine willi their gentlemen friends. Hut poking forwardto the biggest fair they tho irreparable loss of his loving wife, on ter 56 of the General Statutes of Kentucky, a American. Company, for the purchase of the real estate, mill Sunday last. Of Mrs. Woods the Climax and elevator and all the personal property about A First-Clas- s Livery From London wo went to Pans "The to the Parisian ladies seeming perfectly have ever held. the mill, of Stanford, Ky , lormerly owned by the Heaven of Americans." Our trip across right and proper and quite the fashion Mr. K. U. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, says: She was a daughterof the late Judge "Stanford Roller Mill Co.," and for the purchase To accommodate the demands of his increased transient patronage. lift Turnouts furnished other additional estate and the Knglish channel, so dreaded by and a marked feature of their evening stopped over here tho latter part of the W. C. Miller. It was n sad death and of such be required and real the purposemachinery s Commercial Travelers and others. for as may of carry-incame so unexpectedly upon her wide perfectly delightful. It enjoyment. " a milting business. many, we found week on his wnyjlfrom ;Lnwrenceburg a. The name ot thu corporation shall be ''The There is so much to bo seen in Paris convention, took in tho fair and made circlo of relatives and friends. Tho cenwas a calm, bright day and we are good New Stanford Roller Mill Co.," and its principal ! sailors. Wo went from London by way that to attempt to describe it will fill arrangements to attend Centre College tre of a happy home, with nil that edu place of business shall be at Stanford, Lincoln many books and ns,I am writing n letter cation, refinement, society and family county. Ky. 1. The ceneral nature of the business ol the I will pay a Reward of Fifty Dollars for informaof Folkstono and Bologne, said to bo tho next term. corporation shall be the purchase and sale of tion on conviction of any unauthorized person A boy baby made its appearanco at could give, and possessing a gentle and Krair, manuiaciurc auu saieoi uour anu meat anu shortest and quickest route. Wo reach I must only mention a few of tho beau dinner, having left ties and wonders I have seen. Tho Pal- Mr. Green B. Woodcock's last Sunday considerate disposition that won for her the dolnc ol whatever else pertains to the conduct Found Cutting Timber or Damed Paris in time for of a llouriDK mill, and the purchase and sale of Triom-ph- e, morning. Mr. W. expects him to bo n the admiration of all w itli whom sho coal. Loudon at 10 X. m., arriving in Tans at ais Koyal, Kill'el Tower, Arc do aging any Improvements of Napoleon 1st, Pero la 4. The capital stock of the corporation shall be thu tomb (i p. m. To givo to newspaper rcadnrs an preacher somo day, thinking his birth came in contact, her loss is tho more $30,000) thirty thousand dollars, divided into un tne tonowing property: The (arms at Highland known as v A. Cash's, shares of one hundred dollars each, which is paid account, or even n partial account, of the Chaise and many other things to delight being on tho Sabbath has something to keenly felt. lim Hutchison s, George laugh's. Uaslin Heirs'. 1890, by the transfer to the up in full this, June H. P. Young, I. S. Young's 11 acre place.W. Ter Company of the property mentioned in Sec. do with it. beauties and wonders of l'aria will bo a a traveler now to tho old world. rv's. Win. Long's. I he corporation shall commence operations 5. Our last day in Paris wo went out to Mr. Kditor, you will hayo to excuso diilicult thing to do. At Cox's Gap W. Hutchison's 40 acre farm, on this, the nth day of June, 1890, and continue ill 'OLD DRWFIKG Freeman and R. E. Darren's timber tracts on Huck years therefrom. existence twenty-liv- e Our first day in Paris was spent entire- Versailles, to seo the magnificent palace me for not writing nnd too nt tho time 6 The affairs of the corporation shall be con- Creek, 307 acres, John TttrnbuU's, 517 acres, John Louvro. It Isby and garden of fountains, built by Louis when there was the most to writo nbout. s acres, M.J. Harris', go acres, It. a Hoard of nine Directors, of which live Huchanan's, 3 ly in tho Referring to an advertisement which appeared ducted by Powers', 100 John Andersons, 14 constitute a quorum, anil important public building XIV. It far surpasses in grandeur any- I have been so engaged with business in last issue of the Interior Journal in regard to shall the power to employ for the the Hoard shall Wash Harris' .acres ncret, Freeman's, 800 acres, acres, farthouiost 527 have corporation such renting cottages at Old Dripping Springs, I wish agents nnd employees as may be necessary or Robinson Mill tract, I Tulnn's farm, Ilryant in Paris and generally the very first thing I have over seen. Tho palace is nnd tho fair 1 haVen't had time even to to ir.form the public that since said article appear- proper fur the conduct ol the affairs of the corpor- Kidd'sfarm, Joel Pctrey's farm, A. Gooch's larm, I again leased W. Collins' Henvisited by tourists. Tills magnificent in perfect repair and tho gardens beauti- writo to my best girl. Of course, though, ed I) haveSlaughter uponthe Springs and buildings ation and to acquire by purchase or otherwise ry Miller's, farm, on GLulc Ridge, too acres, acres, same conditions as conG to 290 acres, Heiirv Miller's, 413 or personal property necessary or most complete In the ful and in perfect condition. We were your readers havo heard of tho glorious tained in former lease between him and James L. such real estatebusiness of the corporation. tho Stephen Hurch's, jj' acres, D. H. F.clmi. ton's museuin-n- ow proper for the Adams. tract. Strode Home, Collage near depot at Crab 7. The Hoard of Directors shall be elected anworld was at times the royal homo of fortunate enough to bo In Paris on n day victory tho democrats achieved in this MARY BELLE ADAMS, Admx. a7. nually by the stockholders on the second Satur- Orchard, Hotel, Cott ige nnd Storehouse at J OTTLNHEIMER, day o'f each January, to hold olhce for one year tho Kith century it was n when these beautiful fountains played. county on tho day of the election. Whole kings. In Agent for Owners. loa.rJm and until their successors lire dieted and qualilodge, but the guides tell us no They nro owned nnd kept up now by ticket elected by a larger majority than hunting fied. Until thetirst election in January, 1S91. the aforesaid shall be and compose thu grandeur tho French government nnd it costs tho ever before Tho fair was a glorious sucincorporators I. M. BRUCE, traces of it now remain. Its Any vacancy in Jlirectory of the corporation the Directory of the corporation shall be filled ly has been added to by numerous French said government $3,000 overy time they cess, as thoso who attended from your SALE FEED Directors STABLE, the remaining kiugsnnd it is now most magnificoutaud play only onco overy three months of county and adjoining ones can attest. 8. The corporation shall at no time contract or building is grand, both tl o year. Great crowds iro out on these The directors claim they have not made incur a debt t'iciliir Jio.imo. STANFORD, KY. complete. The j. Th corporation nlu.il have all ol tlit f mcr On days nnd when all tho beautiful foun- as much this year as last, as the expenses prescribed by Chapter 6 of the General M t in dimensions and architecture. of Kentucky. tho ground iloor nro placed the Egyptian tains aro playing tho sight 1s beyond were greater. Tho average cost pur day SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL 10. The private piopcrtv ul'thoMCMlie'. nft s rorporatlon shall be exempt from the debt, ol lack' find sphynxes, words to describe. Tho gardens aro this timo was ?275. It was not for Here wo collectio'ns. travelers Horses and mules bought and sold. lorpomtion. Directors shall chit .. IV. ., horsesaud vehicles used in livery. 11. Thelloardol votive stones, statues and idiefs, nianv filled with statues nnd vases, all either of attendance, for a largo crowd was in Only ffllln pffaeTWJiTIneither ol u h dm, h'ttreury and Treasurer, with found in the tombs of tho The genuine antiques, or famous copies of nttei.dni.co overy day. Tho crowd on fine ones the ether 01 ut!u.ers shall b incompatible sitters, which said officers shall hold their oil, him kincs. besides various other curiosi- them. Friday was estimated at 5,000. & ar cmini .im one year, or uuui i"eir biiccc., About half a mile from tho palace, In important iialiflL Thr Hoard may lequire of its I re !... Hntbv far the mest got enough piecuntr the execution of u sufficient bond. HUSTONVILLE, KY. I desire to sell my farm of about ijo acres, part of this great "musee" is its magnifi- tho grounds, is the beautiful vill- a- A Bufi'alo doctor has Witnc.s our bauds this. J une i, 1890 J about 14 miles north of Stanford on the S. V HARRIS picture galler- built by LouiB XIV for Madam do Main es of tho lato Mr. Keinmler preserved In cent and llranch pike, opposite the old church. There Rush T. 1. FOSTER. Are still in the business and ready to do anyall tho tonou, called j rand Tiianon, nnd hero alcohol to furnish 10,000 microscopic are about 50 acres in wheat and rye; the balance thing in the Undertaking line. We have a full THOS METCALF, ies, with beautiful pictures, by in timothy. of S. HOCKF.K. stoci of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robev nro shown tho rooms occupied by Napo- slUlca which leads an exchange to re of the firm well set kitchen and Good dwelling J. beautiful a splendid uew four rooms and "J. W. HAVDI.N, famous artists of tho earth, so of every description. Our hearse, which is nearly wl'.h life. leon 1st, when ho lived there. In tho mnrk that Mr. Kenunler's circulation barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession can new can be obtained on short notice Mr. J. H. J. K. VANARSDALE, nnd real ns to seem ondoyvod be civen immediately. For particulars, se J. P. S. G. HOCKKR, Green has charge of eur business and will shovr e.,,,,,li,-- . before them tho story of PyK beautiful Palace of tho Vnssi nro also will rival that of a great metropolitan lUiley. Stanford, or write the nndersuned t M. PENCE, our goods to any one needing anything in our E. WITHERS. Cincinnati, Ohio. tne o UEID 64.tr nil shown tho rooms occupied by tho beau daily. malion and GaUatea does not seem nt NOTICE. FOB, SALE! i- j -i iN'icho-lasvil- le i 4 ci CEITTHE COLLEGE ot For Sale iife-lik- o Twenty Building: Iots ex-co- FIneville, Kentucky. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. Sj-t- t. 1 LE2SI1TGT01T, over-playin- g ortn-o- a, -t Farxa. For Sale. m and SAW MILL. lum-brr- DAY I 43-- i) WW FIRM li-i- FOR SALE - n beau-tifull- y THE RILEY well-kep- t. ft 1 1 never-failin- WEIX BORIWG. 34-t- prom-onad- es blue-gras- s, j -- - n n, H-6- !.W THE MYERS HOUSE 11s Pool ami BilliarcrParlors Stable $50 REWARD ' SFEISGS' world-famou- Otten-hei- m Lira, Ai . 11 first-cla- ss 1 2Tarm For Sal. . J. T. STJTTOIT miisXte: -- CO., situ-at- . . world-renowne- d ; iWjfI'J'!1 l&Wgty WV'i.1 gtfuTwCT1!' Cf iMiii .n'ini in iii i ijfmrnmmmmqHmmfm ,J, ,,.! Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Ky.,- - Stanford, August lo, A 1V .& The Boston people are literally out- Adams' farm, near town. doing themselves in entertaining tho Mr. W. M. Webrfr.our former townsmembers of tho G. A. R. man, is building a hotel at Hairiuian, we DEMOCRATIC TICKET. before Knott and party are being Tenn. U to be to to Prof. Duvall delivered an .excellent highly toasted at Duluth and a grand Tor Congress, Goods, Shoes. banquet was given them Wednesday lecture on "Habits" Tuosduynornfngat lis, AY., we evening. the Hoods , , Mr. J. S. Middleton, foreman on rock be News from Glasgow is that Capt. J. to B. Martin, having reconsidered the mat- train, fell through a gravol car mid narNEVS CONDENSED ter, has annouueed himself a candidate rowly escaped being killed, Tuesday Cardinal Newman, the distinguishfor the secretaryship of the constitution- morninc ed English Catholic prelate, is dead after al convention. A talking parrot owned by one oi n brief illness. A man in Bivr Stone Gap received a the boarders at the Newoomb Hotel, is Drtxel & Morgan liavo bought the block of ice from Bristol that contained catchinc tho attention of tho small boy, . . . . 7 . 7 mJJ-- .. 1 t i a. 7 f nT e Chicago & Atlantic railway, paying or three good sized fish frozen solid in the who is also seeking an opportunity to srcLiin for it. goods, every teach it to swear. ice. liiev made a paiatauio meai ior uie First A&sistant Postmaster General family breakfast. Mrs. Lydia White lias been ill and to ble marvel- i Clarkson has tendered his resignation to The stable of James Haydon, of Jes- it is feared that she will lose one of her to We close the president, to tako effect September samine, was destroyed by fire Wednes- eyes from intense suffering from neural1st. day night, burning up two of his fine gia. Miss Lisuie Herron, of Ilrodhead be Delaware democrats nominated Hobt. horses, Uielard Denmark and Royal is the guest of Miss Mollio Coyle, this ever we do J. Reynolds for governor and adopted a Mambrino, valued at $5,000. week. The school institute held very interstrong platform reported by Mr. Bay-arAnother political machine, known esting exercises Thursday evening. Rec as tho Citizens' Alliance, supplemental Southeastern Connecticut suflered a to tho Farmers' Alliance, of Kansas, itations and select reading, interspersed severe wind and hail storm destroying has formed a State organization. It is witli music, constituted the programme. to Misses Coddington, Joplin, Reynolds, no to a great extent the corn and tabacco said to number 10000,members. crops. While threshing his crop of wheat, Woodall, Horror, Williams, Mrs. GeorGov. Tiiuce, of New Mexico, has tho thresher belonging to Henry McGee, gia Rice and Messrs. Duvall and Wright asked the national government foi troops of Mercer, set fire to a stack oi straw and took part in theexercisos. prof. AV right to suppress white cap outrages in that the flames spread until the thresher and of Massachusetts, lectured Wednesday "We've found the store where buyers get the best attention, evening. Territory. With great variety of goods, too numerous to mention; 400 bushels of wheat were burned. Mr. James Sambrook, of LivingsAt the request of Mrs. Davis, Mi So low the prices are they beat the lowest calculation, While lookiug out of a car window, Davis, the "Daughter of the Con- Michael Cornev. of New York, had his ton, is critically ill witli rheumatism and Winnie Which makes us as a family sing out like all creation;" federacy," has postponed her marriage head caught by a pale and his body was has been taken to Danville for treatment. Miss Leila Williams is visiting Unions- to June --'5, 1S91. we drawn through the window and horribly ter. Capt. Robert Cook was in from Mt. Sterling has another paper. It mangled.. Death resulted instantly. Mrs. B. H. Scaffold Cnne Wednesday. is a weekly, 7 column quarto. Messrs. W. G. Veasey, of Vermont, has been Conn, of Guthrie, Ind. T., and Miss & Mason are its editors and The elected commander-in-chie- f Hnrria of the Grand Green, were visiting Mrs. J. W. Brown Advocate is its name. Armyofthe Republic. Col. Veasey is Main Street, Stanford, Ky, John Boyle O'Keilly, the poet and a member of the interstate commerce this week. Mr. J. A. Martin, of LynchMimnRcr. burg, Va is visiting his brothers, S. 11. patriot, is dead at Boston. Heartfailure commission. The next annual encamp and R. C. Martin, at Maretburg and was tl e cause. Saturday ho was at his ment will be held rrTOetroit. little sons of P. II. usual. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. editorial desk as Editor Taylor, of the Winchester Brodhead. Two The latest census figures put the Sun assaulted Judge Beckner on the Swinley, Baisde Arc, Mo., are visiting -- Eon S.w.K. A nice lot of Fulti Mr. John Rennor has repopulation of the United States at streets of Winchester because the judee relatives here. turned from Missouri. Mr. W. T. wheat. Apply to.5. M. Owons. which is more than any civilized replied through the Democrat in decided The Richmond Climax reports the Mrs. Brooks has returned to Puns. country has except Russia. terms to charges made by the Sun. The l. r sale of corn at S5 routs to $1.10 H.n secured the services of A score of white men and '200 ne- judge was considerably bruised by tho Maggie Adams, Iowull, is visiting friunds g here. at Wash- encounter. groes attended a took Foit Salb. Three black Borkshitu A very myterious shooting OX? ington, and adopted resolutions urging W. E. Jackson, agent of the U. S. place in Morris Valley, on Crooked pigri and one aged boar. J.F.Cook,! Congress to pass the Force bill. for the I am now fully prepared Express at Harrodsburg, received to do Creek, niue miles east of here, Inst Sun- - Stanford, Ky Mr. Blair, for the majority of the Mercer National Bank 52 $10 notes, un Miss Maggie Adams, Georgo D. Wearen bought of Squire oay night, when committee on woman's suiTrage, report signed. He was culled out at that modaughter of Granvillo Adams, was prob- W. P. Grimes a oar load of corn at I ed favorably a proposed constitutional ment and laying the package on hisdesk- ;i ably fatally shot. Tho shooting occur- emit a bnsliol. amendment to give women the right of he forgot it for the while. Upon his reFor Salb. Several thorougli-hn- x red at the residence of James Jones, to suffrage. turn he found it hedjdisappeared. where Miss Adams had accompanied a Black Berkshire pigs, 2 montlwold, at 'JS AND natural gas In a Passenger train No. 20 of the Chesa- daughterof Mr. Jones from church. Mr. per head. J. Blain, Stanford. field in Bartholomew count', Indiana, peake & Ohio., collided with a pay train Struthmeath captured tho rich Judaughter and Miss Adams BDSTO-I?,.-VI2iTC3- a great crevice opened in the eartli and near Spring Station, IS miles west of Jonii, his, were the only occupants of the house at nior Champion Stakes at Monmouth the escaping gas took fire and for hours Lexington, seriously injuring 5employes the time. Tho shooting took place after Tuesday, ami Salvator won the Champi All work warranted and promptly done. blazed 200 feet high. of the company and bruising up n num- midnight. Some one was seen to run on, again beating his old antagonist, TunWilliam Astor, of New York, enjoys ber of the passengers. Roadmaster Row from the house after the report of tho ny. an income of Si'3.595 a day. Mr. John land is thought to be mortally wounded. Fon Salr. One Southdown buck, pistol was heard, but it was too dark to D. Rockefeller's amounts to $18,715; Mr. Texas democrats have nominated recognize the assassin. The ball entered one splendid milk cow with young calf, Cornelius Vanderbilt's to 515,000 and Gen. James S. Hogg for governor; Geo. just above the right eye, cutting the two large beef cattle, three thoroughJay Gould's to . bulls. W. H.MilC. Pendleton for Lieutenant Governor skull as it ranged back. The wounded bred Holstien-Fresia- n The racing stable of Frank Buckner, and Charles Culberson for attorney gen ler. girl is in a critical condition. near Clarksvilie, Tenn., was destroyed eral. Iowa democrats have, nominated The Rirhmonh Climax appropriates by fire Tuesday. Among the horses John J. Sherley and in West Virginia AND DRIPPING SPRINGS. a quarter of a column of our stock items burned was Alderay, valued at $0,000. D.J.Lucas was chosen as tho standard and credits thcjii to the Danville AdvoDuring the last week there has been a cate. It makes no difference, however, The loss is estimated at $15,000. bearer. thinning out of tho guests of Green but in justice to the Advocate wo make It looks at present as if the number The negro citizens of Kansas are de- Briar; 22 persons who had been here all of seals caught this year will neither be the correction. termined that one of their race shall summer returned to their homes on last as great as in former years nor will it Tho Brighton Reach Racing Associa place on the republican State Saturday and there will be anoth-brea- ation has ollered Mr. Pulsifer t'.'.oOO to supply the demand. If such is the case have convention at Sali-n- a which will leave us with only run his horso Tenuv to beat the mile plush cloaks will be even more popular ticket, held a special and nominated John L. Waller for about 25 boarders. This will give us record of l:.1fl, now held by Raveloe. than ever. auditor. A comtuitteo of 50 was some of the best furnished looms in the Dorvell St. Clair, of Princeton, was State Pulsifer has accepted and tho attempt appointed to press his claims and reso- house, with dressers and full sets, vacant will be made AugtiBt .'50, If the condishot from ambush and Killed while redemanding repre- and ready for new boarders. In additurning home. He had had trouble with lutions were adopted tions be favorable. Tho assoqiation will sentation on the State ticket. Saturday, tion to this on several parties about the suspicious burnodd $2,500 if the record is broken. James Phillips, of Adairsvillefenn'. will have two handsome cottages containing of his house, and it is thought that Wyatt Hughes sold to J. Johnson "0 persisted in selling liquor, notwithstand- ing 4 rooms each, vacated and ready for one of them did the work. hogs averaging 12(1 pounds at $.'125 per ing the prohibitory laws and took no new arrivals. These cottages aro rented John W. Lewis, who will represent hundred. W.T. Robinson sold to V. C. Wed- of the warning sent him. to families who desire to keep house and Cromwell, of Lexington, a bay mare colt Washington county in the constitutional heed nesday 25 women marched to his estab- do their own cooking at $10 per week convention, is a candidate for the nomiB. D. Spears lishment, broke the door open, smashed for 4 rooms and $5 per week for 2 rooms, by Woodsprito for S500. nation for governor. Lewis is a man of sold to E. II. Pendleton, of Bristol, Tenthe jugs and bottles containing whisky, one small one for cooking and one large some note, but is one of the bitterest resaddle adding, by nessee, n and left a note saying that he would be one for lodging. publicans in the State. Young Jim, for $517.50. Advocate. whipped with hickory switches and Green Briar will be kept open until At a convention held at Cheyenne, A gentleman, who keeps, his eye on tirrcd and feathered if he sold any more Oct. 1st for the accommodation of hay the democrats nominated Geo. W. Bax- whisky. such things, hands tho following: I fevor sufferers and tlioso affected witli counted on tho K. C. railroad between ter for governor and George F. B. Clark Mr Teller introduced a new silver lung troubles. No better location can republicans met tho & Lancaster COO stacks of wheat, for Congress. The bill in the Senate in the shape of an be found for those diseases in this coun Rowland day and nominated F. T. Warren same hay and rye. On the pike between Lanamendment to the bill to discontiue the and Clarence D. Clark for similar offi- coinage of the three and one dol- try as the altitude is high and dry and caster a little over 400 of same; and bethe drainage simply perfect. ces. tween Stanford and Danville (125. This nickel lar gold pieces and the three-cen- t There aro now about 150 fox hunters he tells us is a good showing and the Mr. Frank, of Missouri, introduced piece. The bill differs from the present including their families at "Old Dripfeel proud of their suca bill in the House limiting the number law in that it requires the continued ping." I have every room there rented farmers ought to of female manager of tho of tho board cess in those lines. monthly coinage of 2,000,000 ounces of to them for the month of August. If World's Fair to 15. This action was tak. old trot at Tho great silver into standard dollars. It does any one should desire to go there for Wednesday, was won by en on account of tho report that more away with the discretion given tho secthan 100 women have already been ap retary of the treasury to redeem- treasu- the first 15 days in September I will Nancv Hanks, who lowered her record rent them 2 choice rooms for $10 for 15 li seconds, making it now 2:18. Bonnie pointed by the commission. ry notes issued in payment of bullion, days, a fresh instance of or I will rent tho entire place of Wiltnore came second, Mattio II. 3d and Tennessee affords and provides for tho free coinage of sil- 1)0 rooms from the 1st to tho 15th day of tho great Glen view Belle 4th. Glenview two brothers who are candidates for govver when the market price of .'171.25 Sept. for $25. ernor upon opposing tickets. George W. grains reaches one dollar. Belle was considered tho dangerous conMr. C. M. Corbin, of Lexington, who testant of the fleety Nancy Hankd and Baxter, formerly of Tennessee, has re A special from Paris says ten days of cently been nominated by the democrats ago M. Hume Clay, of the lumber firm is at Green Briar with 8 of his pack sold for even money on the start. She Are headquarters for fox hounds led the chase lost night, he was literally outclassed. governor and his brothof Wyoming for of M. H. Clay k Co., of Winchester, beiugon foot, and his dogs were the er, Lewis T. Baxter, of Nashville, is the started for the lumber regions of Michito of Greenland Tho entire coast-linrepublican candidate for governor ef Ten- - gan on a business trip, and for more than first to strike tho trail and the last dfco. quit.notwiths'anding thero were 13 men has never been surveyed. On the coast, ncssG(? a week nothing has been heard of him, on horseback with a pack of GO hounds. iu particular, there is a stretch of 450 The steamship, Teutonic, of the Plows! Plows! Plows! Ikiy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel bro-k-The above is voucned for by Blytlie An- miles that has never been visited. White Star lino, has smashed all records. and his wife, who is in this city, is down with grief over tho continued derson, who was in the chase. No plow is equal to those; no Lieut. Ryder, of tho Danish navy, who Plow and you will make no mistake. Tho vessel made tho run from Roches' absence of her husband. Ho was sick D. G Slauuiitkk. Rpppt. has been doing some excellent work in Point to Sandy Hook in h days, 19 hours plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Kvery plow warranted to mapping tho fiords of West Greenland, and 5 minutes. Tho best record of tho when lie left home, but as business de CHURCH AFFAIRS. manded his departure, he went. On proposes to explore this unknown re do good work, or no sale City of Paris was made last year, when Ask your neighbor. The Apostolic Guido says that it is gion and mako a survey of it, as accurate vessel made the run across in 5 reaching Chicago he wrote her that lie that days, 19 hours and 18 minutes. The was much worse than when lie left home reported that Rev. 'A. T. Sweeney, Con- as possible. It will tako two yi are. His helpers will number nine all picked City of Paris on that trip covered 2.7SS and felt liko returning, but thought best sul General at Constantinople, has to goon. Since that time nothing has nml will soon return home, and men and tho work will be carried on in knots, where the Teutonic covered 2,. been heard of him. Telegrams have run for Congress, it is also said. S00. small boats (when practicable) and on been sent to several places where ho was The New York Cental Company is Tho Christian church annual State sledges. Tho district is supposed to be now moving all its regular passenger to have stopped and the answer came meeting will be held at Lexington, Au- uninhabited. trains and making a good show of back that he had not been heard of. It gust All delegates are asked to A straightening the tangle of freight caus- 13 feared that he lias been foully dealt send their names to William Van Pelt, icals combino has lieen formed in chemSjr($m in tho north of England and prices ed by tho strike. Kvery passing day is with. Lateii. It has been discovered Lexington, Ky. Railroads have made in tho bleaching jiowdor market aro alexpected to further bring tralllc ton more that lie had forged the name of his grand- reduced rates. ready showing considerable advances. Is Receiving His I. Willis, this place, and Soda crystals, soda iihh and caustic- soda now that a suflkient father, Matthew Hume, for thousands of Rev. J. orderly condition, of men has been secured. The dollars and that the banks of Paris, Lex- Rev. Noel, Lancaster, closed a meeting aro leading the boom. Foreign buyers number strikers profess to be as confident as ington and elsewhere aro caught for largo ut Allansville, Clark county, on Sunday are doubtful at present ubout the reality They are now of the ndvance, and prices will probably ever, but it is hard to see upon what sums on worthless paper. It is stated with 40 additions. go up with a bound when tho continental viclost a great deal of money in preaching at Union City, this county. that he Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a they ground their expectations of a requirements compel them to bnv call. Winchester real estate. Richmond Climax. tory. Kx-Go- v. W. P. WALTON. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Geosge Riro's large oil refinery, at wttsdcstioyed by an exploMarietta, O., The teachers' institute is in session sion and fire. here. B. 11. Benedict, abbot of the famous Work on the county roads is going 1S90 Trappist Monastery, at Gotliseinone, in on in earnest. ' Nelson county, is dead. Wild rabbits aro numerous on Willis HA Just HE w STB UYERS. ' Hi li ja3xes b. Mccreary. Court-hous- e. ovening our Fall slock have many great inducements for your advantage able bay tlie hind of loi6 buy. It is certainly Clothing, Dry Jfats, Carpets, .Matting, Trim sell bargain sales. Don't brino at for less moneu than inferior surprised Jind us in so-call- ed - d. are taiinu out im mense lines new ri aii ror cany uitiicrs. .sorting up witli fresh attractions in depai 'fmcnf, and are now ready malic a big offer for your patronage in seasona goods at i. ousnj prices. invite you cati upon us for anything yon need iu our line and shouldwjouind a better article at a lower price than you have known, don't surprised, as that is just a samvle of the way business all the time. Ire are That this is the safe and sure place trade, matter what others offer yon can always depend upon finding us holding our own with the best of them. They all sing the same song: OUND TO MAKE YOU FEEL And that is the reason trade with Sal-li- e THE LOUISVILLEy. bar-le- STORE SALINGER, NOTICE. DiSXTOJNT, mass-meetin- MH, THOS. CXSrCSLGO, ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK newly-develope- d DXUXTE d A. R. j PENNY. $7,-150- GREEN-BRIA- R NEW PALL GOODS. f to-da- y k, Wc Have JUST RECEIVED Our First Shipment In Medium and Heavy Weights, and 1 CLOTHING, Stiff and Soft Hats, The Latest Styles and Colors. I four-yea- r Nich-olasvill- e, STAGG & McROBERTS. HIGGINS JJfKINNEY o Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, nl 10-2- m mm m 4mmkm$mimfl w - SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. if.- - V - A vr- - l Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Fixn lot of freph catulii'S by Mark Ilardin. jiit received A Haikiaiv. Two enpurior wheat at cost. I. M. lrnn, 1 rill Sow and five ehoats for sale. ors S. S. My- - Stankokd, Ky., K c.walton, bus. Manager MEANS V Foit IIevt A rnttnf of rive rooniP. If you need u feed cutter don't fail to It is settling time and I want what Arot'&T 15, 1890 Apply to T. It. Walton. examine tlio famous Dick's Cutter, at J. you owe me. Take this to yourself. W. 15. Foster's. B. MeRoheits. Wanted.--lady of six years' experiAxoTHKit crowd will go up to Crab Tim axo Jim Muhshos have been ence dcsiies a position in a school to Orchard .Springs this evening and enjoy 8peci.il police during Marshal each i3ncclUh and 1itin languages. Rest tlio festivities at that lelightful health confinement. of reference. Address "M," this ollk'u. BUSINESS. A New-land's tho toll gates I am reoel vim: my fall line of suitings Stanford pike, a tan the and cordiallv invito an inspection of colored Pongee cloak. Tho finder will them. Have something new that I want be ic warded by lenving It at the to show you. II. C. Itupley. Honse. The HustonviMe Fair, notwithstandAt a meeting of tho board Wednesday night, Dr. J. F. Peyton was olnetwl to ing the rain of each day, doclared a 20 All the vacancy occasioned by the death percent, dividend, which bhows the juof Mr. 13. ll.Hurihudo and Mr. I). W. dicious niaungenient of the officers and nndevwr whs mado mayor. Rotli of directors. PERSONAL POINTS. thewlectiona are As administrator of 13. II. Burnsidot Mas A. J. Kahi tain Huntington, Mrs. 13. II. P.urnside will sell publicly on Vrt , uniting her parent?. It would be but n small e.N')ienditure Mish Su.i.ik Cook, of Ittienn Viata, Is of money and would greatly impiovo tlio Saturday, Aug. .W, the greater portion of v S'tinir Mirw Josio Uradley. apietimnee of our cemetery if tlio direc- his persona! propeity. The livery staP. II. Tiifixwaox, Jit., of Ilitrrodsbun:, tor would Fee that a decent fence sur- ble will also be rented to the highest bidder. See ad. rounded iLiuMcndof the old attended the hop Tuesday niu'hi. We trust to 11 P. ItoiT line trcured position witli one that does so at Tiik colored brethren of the Wobt End Itear of a move in this direction. M Nilitiirer at tlio LoiiUrillo Store. will follow the example of the whites Mksip. It. P. Jaioih and It. (J. Kvnns, By some means Combest A Allen's and hold a fair this vear. The date de of iMnvillu, were in town yesterday. livery stable at Ilustonville caught fire cided upon is Sept. :i, I and 5 and Ciesar Mil. O. Pa i:k and family, of Irvine, Sunday night and for awhile it looked Minoi is the president, which is an as are with Mr. and Mrs. (ieo. II. Hruce. like fate was agaimt it. Good work by surance of success. Mks. Mttiik 1a nn and Mm. Carr, the "Are brigade" finally succeeded in A.N'OTimt Stoiui. Mr. A. L'rbansky, of are visiting Mra. Grain Lynn. extinguishing the flames and what would proprietor of the Louisville .More, nnd Mas. HiKiADDif, of MndiKon, is visit-inhave no doubt been a disastrous Are was who has a half do.on stores in the vari her ilnitKhtur, M.rn. Robert MrAlis-tr- . avoided. ous towns of the State, will open anoth II. your accounts. I menu yon. A. IVimv. Watuiks and jowelry terminal and I'arraiitvd. A. It. Fenny. Tiik beat plnco to buy drills, patent oieuutnefi ami toilet nrtkiea is al A. n. i'ennv'fl. UfY your school books, ink, tablutf. paper, pencils and school tmppliea of all kinds from A. It. l'ennv. July 26, Ist. Ijuicaster Abetween on resoi t. Port-ma- n secured tho services of a trimmer from the city, which my customers will have the advantage of. Mis. M. F. Klkin. I fiist-clas- s iiak Ox account of his not being able to the trial, tho case of Teeters for shooting Marshal Newland has continued till next Tuesdav. been r3 Garrard College, - ouni: men o saloons attp-llt-- first-clan- s. Tiik society people were looking forward to a delightful evening witli the Missos Alcorn and their guests, as we went to pi ess am! we'll wager that not a solitary one of them will be disappointed. Read This. My dwelling is for rem; 8 large rooms, well improved, all necessary conveniences, servants' room, cellars and cistern and is now full of boarders. Will rent for three years. Kate Dudderar. Lancaster, Ky. rn.....i.........i ,, SESSION OPENS SEPT. ad. in post-and-n- iil pret-ent- . I en Department, under manage-- 1 brarlc. &i. . 1'n.r.jr.l- irv -Aiilamii ...I .t- nient of r- .t , t wi v.imiue. ui uibci i iiuormaiiun, call on or Collegiate department prepare young men for address J C. GORDON, II. S , i'ros , M Lancaster, Ky families in town. , Votinc .d" board in College. Ten instructors. Cruroe tncroiirfh nnd complete. Five la.iiruaiia. Piano, ioltn and vocal oltura. Art Studio. Li """"""" .'i. itlnr-pow- , t! Tub Climax sayK The numerous Mns. Amkiuca Itorr is vfcllini! her dauuhter, Mrs. J. II. Owens, at Hiirrotla-lurjf- . friejuls of Ror. Morris Kvans and wife will be very sorry to learn that they have decided to leave Richmond. Tlio Mihs Ma by Pbvkiunck, of Lolmnou, was the truest of her aunt, Mrs. Joseph doctor lias taught out a school at Alder-soWest Virginia, just this side of .""iterance. Mas. Coli.ikh (iKNTHYumi fntnilv loft White Sulphur Springs, and will remove v,tcrday for New burn, Tenn., where thither In a few days and take poeew-e-ion- . ilii'V will ruflido. Mi Mamir I.yx.v loft Tuaeday for a Buii.y 'kinnkd. 0. M. Randal), the protracted visit to fHouds in I.uxiniiton gentlemanly general store-keepewas n, m r, thrown from his bucy while going from H. (J. V nij.v went to Nicholas- Soitierm to a distillery. Tuesday, and ilf.M'Mterday to atitmd the fair and skinned from head to foot. Fortunately Mi- the fcnod people. no bones were broken, but Mr. Randall's Mm J. II. Wtirraiid (liinglitar. Mist) beauty is impaired .for the time being. unnir. of iinrrnnl, ere curat of Mrs. Ilia horse ran awayaud caused the trou1 II Burnaidrt Ttiwday. ble. Mh. II. W. KvANP.of KaiMM City, t Tiik Christian church here is mado Mr. 11. Vaimre-'.- i itmtf her loser by the recent defeat, of the who is slowly conralewin, but far be it from the intenMiwiw Jkxxie Coam, of Owenshom, tion of the democrats to do a thing of the an! IaAU billion, of ('rub Orrhard, kind when they are aware of it. An aswt ic pin.t8 of Mrs. V M. O'Hryniu Mit. Lewis ltoasKM. hM returned from pirant for ortice. who had heretofore imTii HrUr!Sprints, delighted with Ma worship! in Danville, became n very regular attendant of theChristianchurch ta m well m with Goi. Slaughter's during his caiirosp, but since his defeat Mk Wiltkii Itirrs, luisinese injuutpii' has cone lwck to his first love. Surely under difhtreni circumstances we are ( the Chicago Lumber. Journal, has been a few dya at Mr. James M different. s.xndini; Wr.iy'a. A noi:l way to rui'-money for Tut: handtmmu Miss Kllvit Ovveloy, of churches has been discovered nt Lout: returned to Louisville with Island. A number of tho most beautir frieml, Miw McGnvtpr, and is now ful girls are seated in a row and the man hwho pays 2o cents kisses tho young lady nucht. Miw I Jit. Itot'KNK wits Browing weaker he chooses. Tliia has recently been j.stcnlay afternoon, while the condition tried nt the above place and the rush of Mnrahnl Newland is not considered as was so great that it was found necessary favorable as it has been. to close the doors. This is one way and Mlmsiv. Witt. CitAiu, Allen lgan and a very quick way to raise money for reWill shanks, of Lincoln county, who ligious causes, but it is hardly probable visited Mr. Gal. M. Fackler during' the that many Kentucky churches will folfair, have returned to their homes. low suit, it matters not how bad they Danville Advocate. need money. Mks. TiioitNiN,Tnv,ahandeomeS'outh Tiik news comes from Crab Orchard ern widow. Mrs. I). G. Slaughter, of Orecn Briar Springs, and .Mis Dora that B. G. and. Curtis Go,vcr, partners in Hacker, of Richmond, luivo been jjueMa tiie livery business, had a difficulty Wednesday in which the formor stabbed at Mr. A. A. McKinney's. the latter three times, hut doing little Tin. editor and his brother, Mr. T. It. Walton, left Tuesday for Virginia to vis- damage save slight skin wounds. The it their sibter, Mrs. I. N. Vitughnn. Dur- trouble came un over the senior meming their absence they will spend a short ber's asking adout a trade the junior had made, when hot words ensued. Curtis while at Old Point Comfort. Gover held a pitchfork in his hand and Mr.". J. M. HiniiMti) returned from tluita, Gn., Wednesday, bringing her was making for B. G., when the latter to the best advanii in', Miss Ijiurn McAnully, who is used his demanded. At the mow ring from a severe spell that bus tage, the occasion Hdini-tou Curtis Gotrial before Judge taken up her entire vacation. ver was fined one cent nud cost while B Wkiuw and Joe Joms at tended Mrs. 0. 13. Woods' burial at Richmond, li. tiover was acquitted. Monday. They tell us that the process-inThe impromptu hop Tuesday evening was one of the largest over seen and was attended by some M couples and that llowers in profusion covered the was a very enjoyable entertainment. casket. Prof. Lotte's orchestra furnished tho mu Mit. and .Mils. M. I). Klmokk aniP N. sic, which was good and to the tune of H Llmoroleft Wednesday for RushvHIe, which the worshipersof Teipischore trip111., to visit relatives. From that point ped the light fantastic till near : o'clock. they will go to Iowa and thence 'o Ne. Tho visiting ladies piesent were, Misses braska. Miss Nannie Marrs is visiting Faulkner, of W. Va.; Wheatley, of, Ga.; her mother at Cainpbellsvillo during Forsythe, Pearson and Bohon, of their absence. Jamuson and Moore, of Paris, M Mattik P.wton left Wednesilay Corley, Louisville; Cosby, Owenshoro; for IJufTalo, Wyoming, to take charge of Dillion, Crab Orchard; Hacker, Richthe school at that place. It is with deep mond; Mr.s.Thornington, Alabama; Missregret that her many ftiends give her up es Cook anil Reid, Hustonville; Newand a sincere hope that sho will bo as man, St. Louis; Spurs, Georgetown; highly appreciated in her new home aH Hoytt, Woodford. she is in her old. A JiAxn of Gypsies have been working Mibsks Vkvii: Fousytiik, Amelia Pearthe county for the last week and several son and Minnie Rohon, of Hnrrcdsburg, Jane Faulkner, of .Martinsburg, W. Ya., of our horse traders havo been worked and Flora Wheatloy, of Amoricus, Ga., but tho most severe case of "blooding" as elegant and handsome a lot of young was dono an old colored man named Billadies as one could wisli tosee, areguests ly Caldwell, who swapped horses with them a few days sinco. Tlio Gypsies of the Misses Alcorn. of Louisville, 'r had a fine looking horse hitched to one Mk. Tim W. IIkkuxs, a month's sojourn at Rock Castle of their wagons and seeing "Uncle BilSprings, is hero visiting his old friends. ly" ride by, bantered him for n trade. He si oiks in tho highest terms of Camp- Tlio exchango was eoon made, but bebell and his crowd and says his fare is fore tho old man had tried his now steed llrst class. As ho boards at tho Gait tho sharpers had galloped his old one . House, his word on tho latter proposi- away, and it was with sad disappointment that he found that his new purtion is worth a good deal. chase was lame in both hind legs and CITY AND VICINITYr could go but a little faster than a snail. Ho plead with the man who had swinBons to the wife of Daniel Stagg, Jr., dled him, but without avail, and the ona girl. ly consolation he got was that the hoise of Lincoln county will would get well with proper treatment Tiik forward and settle. The and would bo a flno animal by and by. please como books for 1S90 ore ready nnd I inustlmvo Let those who have not already gotten bit boware. the tax. T. D. Newland, S. L. C. . 1 -rnnd-falher, prohi-bitiouist. re-fo- rt e I.ui.-fthter- an I dforvetown. teachers. Excellent er largo one at Cyuthiana, Sept. 1st. Mr. To tiik Pes. Deputy sheriff Skidmore Hoarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction thorough. Send Lrbansky is much pleased with his busof Harlan, enme down yesterday and for Catalogue iness here. took to the penitentiary H. W. Hall, who Tiik Danville Advocate suggests the was (sentenced to '21 years at the Inst name of Col. It. P. Jacobs, of that town, term of the Harlan court. The' killing for president of the constitutional con- occurred some I) years ago and Hall has vention. No better selection could be been in jail n your or more at this place. HUSTONVILLE, KY. made, Tlio colonel is in every way fitRead Tins. I expect to leave Stanted for the position and it would bo a Knsixiess. - Boys. wise selection if tiittt body would make ford to live in about two weeks. I earnestly ask my customers to come and him their chief. CI.vs.cal ""''ons first cl.s, Full Col ege C. urse,'lelewraphy. and Scientific. Also settle, as I am compelled to have my t- Hand. Ci mmf rcial I w. liusines Ar.thr, ci, Type Writtns oardandTut ,,ter, ..tnem nth. tomm-rcinscription can money. All who do not settle in that "Gonk Wkst." This Course a , Ho.rd. tcr week Si xnentrratt. tine U r ,,lt.,l,yf , M f, THOMSON, Kncipal. be seen on Mr. M. D. Khnoie's storedoor time will hnve to settlo with W. A.Trib-blo- . and means that that merchant is oil' for Thanks tn my customers for their a vacation ami that the store will not be patronage during my business stay in B5& !?!& ww )Ea H opened for a month or so. This is the Stanford. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. faa S3 l&a 1 OL 8hs lltt. S H fl &m m first time Mr. 13. has left his business for MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. years and hie closed doors throw a gloom Dealer In over that portion of town. G. C. Kpperson, 27, and Mr-CandiSW II wiNu Itotight out the slock of mil- da Reed, a widow of 2, were married at iW1w A linery of Mrs. Kate Dudderar, I will con- William Hutchinson's near Highland MiW.a tinue the bushiest; at her old stand. I Wednesdav. Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. ask a share of the public patronage and NEW AI)EUTIsF.MKMs pledge, that it shall be my intention to aarFINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY" please all witli fuirdoahng. About SepI will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) tember 1st I will receive a large line of fall millinery, which I invite tlio ladies of Stanford and vicinity to call nnd examine. Mrs. M. F. Klkin. 'e deir to nil ptivattly our Farm of 20a A BIG Hayixo bought out Mrs. Courts' inter est in the millinery business I would take it as a favor if those indebted to the old firm would come promptly and settle up. All of the accounts are in my hands. Annie Wray. Stanford Female College J. 31. IIUmSAKI), A. :!., FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I, 1890. President. Faculty of Conservatory and Normal School CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, For Girls and m Classical and K.i.s Pa - -- J- -, jife W fHl1 P133 IT 4 S: Lh . v.sj tffitS , Blocks m Sewelry. TKB.m FORSMK , 1 -r It is witli deep regret that we chroui clothe fact that there was a good deal of drunkenness in town on the ovouing of the hop, notwithstanding the fact that there were n large nuinbor of visiting ladies in town, who should have been considered and were really our guests. We are glad to state, however, that the hop was not interferred with and that what unpleasantuets occurred happened on tho street. Acrci, with Hue iaproemnu, imludin; briik dwalliag and good outhou. It centrally located betwn Stan ford, Lancaster nod Danville Good and in half aili of ltubbl tchooUatid cburclioinear bv. 11 AJ.SWOPn, Hubble, Ky. 4t in LINE OF "ARM m f ' CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS 3 SALE AT : SAHCA1N. Just Received. Also u'1 li privauly n y land at abjrtcam, ll l 11 On .11 count superb 'lhere are all of the necessary provement, incluilln; a frame dwelling ot mile outh of Stanford, and the Hying of the farm im- 'no acrci. with improvements I droire to ntinued had farm nt j? .Urc jf bl iciran ould in a I'm? state ol It rtihty l.o .itlon one five A Lot of New Glassware, Something Entirely New. Lons Giusos, a coon with a particularly unsavory reputation, was jnilad Wed- rooms and hl', a large barn, nnd jII For further information, apply to buildings new 4S im KOIIT. MiALIbTEK, Statifcrd. nesday evening for attempting to beat ids wife and step daughter, and after, wards n light with Arch Jones, his stepson. Gibson and wife have been at outs for some time and w bile they, woie having n "net to" the came up to defend her mother. Later on 'the step-soappeared on the scene when he nnd Gibson had a tevere fist and skull fight. They were parted befere much dainaye was done. step-daught- PUBLIC SALE MARK HAKDXST. .GO TO. Personal I Mill Property I iell publicly in Stanford, Ky , on Saturday, August SO, 1890 The following; deicribud property-Fou- r A. A.WABRBN1 "3IOBEI. GROCERY" pen-knif- e Jk n Har-rodsbur- g; While waiting at Junction City a repjood livery horses, nice phaeton ponies. 2 resentative of this paper sauntered down 4 bus'it. one brand new, wapon S drummer wagon, horse drummer or 10 et of to Linnietta Springs and found it won- good harms, 4 sets or double harness, a farm wagons, gocxl as new, breaking out, t nit.e derfully improved. Tho proprietor, Mr. mare 4 brood mares in foal to lack, 1 good mulv John W. Shelby, is thoroughly satisfied by Gill's Vcimunt, Jersey heifers,colth, yearling saddle colt, 7 nice most all with of the future of the place and is adding calf. nice Icrnv bull calf. thuroui5hrd red many improvements, including a lino ho- buar, weijchtuincr lbs , wheat drill, lot ot plows, narrow ana larmin implements. Will alto rent the Myers House Lnery Stable tel of 150 rooms, now about completed. same t.me and place to the highest bidder at the With its ease of access and variety of MKS. K. II ItL'RN'SIIiF, Kxtx. H, II Ilurnside, dee'd waterait is bound to become popular. Iu fact is already so, for GO or more peoBlue-Gra- ss ple are staying tliero ami each is loud in its praises. There is scarcely anywheie we have heard of that there is such n TPOlt SA.IK variety of mineral waters as at Linnietta. Besides ordinary water of a pretty good Wishing to quit farm n;, I w II t fo. ,K on quality, there are white sulphur, black on the sulphur, epsom, alum, salt and chalybeate, nil within it few hundred feet of each other. Our peoplo might investigate the advantages of the place with much In one or more tracts my farm in Lincoln Co , situated near the Danville .V IlustouvtUc turnpleasure and profit. pike 3j miles from Shelby City, and containing 1 1 1 For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars, Jt'llj . 1 1 (Hansen, Sealing Wax, Etc. n - ii fH 48-t- A Farm -r DRUGiAna jcwbLKY t.i nWM k 4 ajsaa u m m m aaaasaa asa m aviisv m lf- Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Walll Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware. Thursday, October i. '90, 300 -- m m af-t-- tax-paye- rs clever old soul, but perhaps thinks more About Acres. of filthy lucre than he does of tho apcan say without hesitation that this is pearance of things. As a general thing ly Ione ol tiic best bodies of land in thtt naturalcounty, and hating been "nursed" for to years, is in conlie prefers the. equestrian stylo of travel, dition to product) the heaviest of ccrtMl crops, but n few days ago ho got out his buggy while us capacity is unsurpassed and started off on a cattle buying tour. and nencrally known a 30 stuh in the n&ighbor-haiacre now under There are but the balance all set in blue graw, timothy Tlio vehicle had not been used for some well watered by creok and clover Is and apriiii;s. The fencing has all been iesct time and during the timo it stood idle a within the last iS itionths and every Hold and pascouple of hens sought it and began to ture his water in it The dwelling is a modern deposit each an egg a day. Finally two story frame of S rooms, with lull, pantry, vah room, front and til porches and two nice, wee dry cellar rooms 1 here ire two large citterne, they began to set and further on stable and shed head of stock, stock head peeped out of several of tho eggs. scales wheat hi 1, to. forjo poultry houKU, tlowor shop, carriage pit, houa, two It was just at this juncture that Mr. An- goou corn cn'js,tn every sheds, meatsmall fruit, orchards variety at derson used his buggy. Ho had como tenant house nf ? or 6 ru,mu I'ublic school clos milU coneuit and all tho way through town and had got- byAt thechurchc. and will also still all of of access. xnme tuna I my stuck, far as Mr. Jim Lynn's whon the initiating of and catlle. milk cows ten as and butcher l 11'; also my entire mother hens began to cackle. This HKUI) OK POLLED AN'fJUS CATTLE, caused our old frieml to grow curious Thirt) head, from at;ed annn lis down to They arc and ho began to scared. Upon looking pair work mules, ''daisies," and no mistake. One saddle gelding, saddle mare by Second Jewel; a yearling itud under tho seat ho was surprised to seo colts by Hamlet, 4 choice brtod mares with colts buggy was being used by Ilahford and Imp. London; - good mule colts, that his head of stock hogs, all the crops farming and more so to seo the j as a a lot of plunder. and made known on day ol tale Terms ittle chicks cozily tucked under their Cipt. TliberalEnglish, D. Auctioneer. mothers' wings. J.W SHELUY. ng nl Culti-vitio- n, nevur-OiIiiik Ot'i: old friend, Silas Anderson, " HAMPDEN WAT(DIfIf9 The Best Railroad Watch. a 0 v is a 3 Z o n' s T3 O C c 2 ft H. - -H 2s " "3' I' vt -- - c -- S C. U 3 --' 3 rt tfl a rt o ' o c 11 S 1 5 .5 n 1 giJSSyj.P?Mli.f! W. E. MoROBERTS, Street, Slam Qpp Courl-- 1 B. H. 3 w 3 Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. DANKS, Jowolor, J S. WELLS, Ph. a. Proac. Clk. W. I L - N. use, V 3 n o J suck-ling- 1 1 SI AN'FCKD, Ky old-tim- o hen-hous- e 1 uttn-silsan- d BRYANT & STRATTON Business College Hook Ke ulni;, Short f Write fur Catalogue an4 full information Hand, Telegraphy, e AIIICllll I E" bVUIOVILLb !" IvYr i irt , The witlost plank on earth is on exhibition at the railroad depot in this city. TEE COHHERCIEL EOTEL InteriorJournal To the Editor of the Interior Journal.) OWENS, Manager, J. It was cut at Klk River mill and is 10 Lancaster, Aug. l' Mr. Mthvard F. What a Great Prohibitionist Thinks of feet in width. It will bo among tho Suffrage. Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. Publlahod Evory Tuesday and Friday Rout, a prominent citizen of tliia county In an interview with a Louisville Huinbolt exhibits at the World's Fair in Lewis Rout, of Danand n brother of hate taken charge ot this popular ht-- l Chicago. Humbolt, Cal., Standard. ville, hud quite a thrilling experience Times reporter, that original, faithful and intend to run it a first rlau manner in r cr J?EHZ YJC.iYK.iy ADViVNCK yesterday morning as he was driving and conscientious prohibitionist, Judge S3 tesct II is lein; paperru and panned and growing between top to hotlmu, the bedding is bcinR ren " ated irom To kill will be charged."". along the Lexington pike in a buggy on Fontaine T. Fox, Jr., talks horso sense, MTWhen not o paid $2.60 to make bricks around tho lawn, wash the bricks eerttutig done ThetaMe it1I1pleasant and t. Tor jt'"vtv til nrver surpass his way to town. In some unuccounta-bi- as usual. Says he: J lt.OWr.NS with salt water or strong solution of so- ed by hotcN this section. ' K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. m "I am still a prohibitionist, although I da. way an enormous spotted snake had Train leaves Itowland at 7.00 a. m.f returning secreted itself under the heat of his vehi- did not vote fot Mrs. Henry. I did not Tlio Finest on Earth. at 3:30 p. m cle and ho had proceeded only' a short vote for her becauso 1 do not consider The Cincinnati, Hamilton .V Dayton R R rt Has leased one ol the taMes at Pence A' Farrit distance in this direction when it sud- - that she or any other female sulTrugisit is the only line running Pullman's 1'erltcted Safety track nnd will run a L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ; with Chnlr 1'arlor. Twenty milis lite "'horf-.- t Vestibuled denlv crawled out aud roso up before a prohibitionist. They are fiist for fe end Dining Trains, ice between Cincinnati, InCar sen 11 50 am Mail train going North Breaking and Training Stable. 16pm him with darting tongue and eyes ablaze male sull'rage and are simply using what dianapolis and Chicago and Is tho only line " " " South Through Reclining Chair Cars between Cin " ii$apm Exprect train .. South .. .. him an had sufficient experience to He North 3;am with a baleful fire. Mr. Rout is a man they call the prohibition party, or tho cinnati, Keokuktoand Springfield, III. andMceptng expert has the hutmeos and Ins rue make bfMcrjr Making direct connexions in Central t'nlon le will Ma. Linaw; and the Car Cincinnati in Ojoam of undisputed courage, but the unex- temperance eentiment of the country, to Local Freight North reasonable for Seuth Only Direct Lino lle him a .hare ct .ur patronage. St I.nuis, Michiganxt1'eints, Chicago, 53Pn pected sight of this threatening and sin- tear society to pieces to gratify their sel- Iletwepn Cincinnati, Datton Lima, Toledo, DeThe latter trains alo carry passengers. Cleveland. HuHilc, jMioit, The above is calculated on Mandard time. Solar ister monster almost paralyzed him with fish ambition and After what troit, the Lake Regions and Canada. the State ol Indianapolis and the West, 'The road is one of the oldest in time is about 10 minutes faster New Kiiffland, Canada, I consider a thorough study of the fe- Ohio and the onlvline emetine Cincinnati over fear. With a yell of terror and with his SAJNTDXDGOS, New Yorlc, miles of dou'de track, and from its past record can ISOKtOU, eyes hanging out like onions, he leaped male sufi'rage movement, socially, relig- more than assure its patrons speed, comfort and C.T5?: Trainer and Handler rf back upon the cushion. At the eafne iously and legally, I can see no dltl'or-enc- e safett Philadrlphis. Italtimore, Washington Tickets on sale every whore, and see that they between female sufinige and inn read C , II AD. either in or out of Cincinnati, Harness and Saddle Horses and 1 Ouickest time tollarrudsburg. Trankfort. K instant he drouned the reins and his Richmond, VIRGINIA SUntest an Toledo. (ulrkest line to horse, which had been acting strangely delityand anarchy, oxceptthe ditleronco Indianapolis or K. O McCORMICK, dealer iu Fancy Roadsters. General Pastengcr and Ticket Aftsit. all along, now began to snort and plunge between tho pup and the dog. Give the ry mull per ctfnt. Horses Imught and UI on a and presently broke into n dead run. pup time and ho will grow to bo a dog, Fifteen tears' eaperience in the lnins Bucklen's Arnica Salve io--f C. T sANDIDi.K. taolord. Ky. Mr. Rout was consumod with a desire to unless ho dies. And it won't do for brokeSolid Trains, hnggags car, smoking cars sr.1 The best suite in the work! for cuts, bruise, coaches, Pullman rlotidolr Sleepers tarcmnh wit. ores, ukers, salt rheum, fever sores, litter, chappreachers and childless escape, but to burst through the curtains ped hand, chilblains, corns and all salt, crap ut thaniff via Chilian oga, Hirmlnt?hm, Mrn.l to refuso to accept the practical con lions aad positively cure piles, vr no pay reouir and leap from the back of tho vehicle asatmr direct connection rn inule for kno. tills, AsaevilL', Lynchburg aad point in the It is sequences 01 their principles because ed. moneyruar anteed to give pertect setisfactior, would have beon fatal. cents per bo.: rrtunded Trice 5 or This notice forewarns hauler., nshernuM and The strange reptile, apparently indif- they don't happen to understand what Kar sale by A R. Penny, Stanford, K, ethers not to trespass on our Un.l. unbuilt Ml- mission, as all una will ne prosecuted to the full. ferent to the noie of clattering hoofs or thev believe themselvos. In 1SS3, after Eupupsy. extent of the law Signed At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbns, Wilmircjr to yon the roar of whizzing wheels, was the very my canvass for treasurer, I told leading lThisis hat fully oujrnt life.hive, in t ct yon est V. HOLMr-.S-. Mi u Dr H W I.IMIAX, Na.nnA', lion, Charleston, Thousands are D enjoy must hate it to Inciiua.M It a, id r l.'Mll mon of tho party, and I wroto to others srarihirt for it daily aud mouriun because the, 1'IULHrKT XICHARD: embodiment of malice and devilish JOSH A DA MS Hfiusswlck, Lk B W (lAIMs. B MiKINNKY, DA pusnt. and it not. Thousands upon thousands ul dollars it maintained its hostile attitude in the country, aud wrote to the Now are spent annually by our people the hope that MtSAMI JKD IRWIN. JJOHN i LYNN, The only line rnnning .olultrui, with ikni e . l irslol riillman Houiloir r I',Ijc s,,, IOS. n.tt OU. Voice what would be the conse- they mat attain this boon. And vet it maybe Mn AIKI ll'CKKR and rendered any attempt to recover tho York W. A HAMILTON. sunt ille wilkmit change lor an jS'n all. We guarantee that Kkctric Hitters, Tlltlh C HAM,. ger or baRgaae of the question. He was the quences in the South if they allowed the had by accprdmg todltections and the use per M C KMNnlDS lines out if used Seln and jnonuomerv. lluMl.vtlle, Dei at r, and nust victim of singular combination of cir- prohibi ion party to be managed by broke- sisted id. will bring yon good digestion Kuprp.t Tlorence. Memphis and AH KANSAS pmuL the demon dyspepsia and install instead Shortest and iui kest to Anmstoa Srlinj, M preachers, deeaved drunkards, We commend Klectric Bitters for dsapepaia and web of cumstances, involving him in K bile Uirert connei lions made at NKW A3ID SWSTT HDRS all diseases of the liver, stomach and kidneys KAN'S without omnibus transfer for t.alte.ti u honor ami peril. Tho frightened horse turned temperance lecturers and theso Sold at 50c aad i per bottle at A. R Penny s Houston, Austin, Hihctof A cream of t irtcr I' king pi wdi-drug store. all in loatenitlg strength L.s . tiiuirnmer.t Re- tore up hill and down, snatching the female suffragists. It has turned out in A Ct ntlt man lrprcentlli4 lilo Mctem c TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Aug. 17, 1O89 South exactly as I thought it would, port. buggy first to one side of tho road and the Is Consumption Curnblo C .list I'd iou tii rni tv,W sHintiC. II Morrta, Newark. Read Urn folio hut Mr. en at tin to tho other, and narrowly missed and as it ought to have done. Mr. Shlol then The onlv threufh line m Ja k.on and Vk l.' ur,;. luas Ark, says- "Was down with abeeets of an inLa , m.iking illrr, Mm C. colliding with several carriages going in and I are in some measute responsible ana friend and physicians pronounced nse King s Jopliu House, Mt. Vernon, Wed- without Slirv.crt transfer lur Dallas t cniiiKi no, omnilius tnrtWiith Bepsn taking Dr. curable consumptive nesday, Aug. 13, and at the Austin San Anlonut, Kl l'am and point, in the opposite direction. The poor beast, for the nomination of Mrs. Henry. Mr. New Discovery Tor Consumption, and am now on Is a Candidate for Auditor or the State of KenMyers House, Stanford, tucky, subject to the will of the Democratic party its dilated nostrils emitting n reddish Shiel asked mo some time in tho spring y third bottle and anie to oversee the work on ITCYAQ ARI7D1JA MPYIPH PAI irnntJIA It is the finest nsedlcis c.w. w.i my fares i.nrii, miiiuu.ii.,...wh,UUi,, Wllllirt. Thursday, Aug. 14. what tho party ought to do. I told him jesae Middleware, Decatur. Uhtc aays- ,'llal foam, opening and shutting, as it were( for through rates corro t count) mil and f I A. S. not been lor Dr. Kind's New Discovery for Hv pertain dr.irmg ml (in.lion i xicrnmg pen- fiSg!w Dr. in swift and monstrous bounds, was the that in consistency with its own princi- it CouauniPUon would have died of lae)g trouble. tn,nt. ."uiiiiec. i'tt .or mi inj lnui. whi. n tney iniormatioa call on rAgent at luiniinn ,iT. Kv . or address Am now la best ci WvWTnjJ tt w HOI l. "' it t up by doctors .41.1 itlnrnrT. SURGEON DENTIST. l picture of active power and of terror. ples it ought to nominate Mrs. Henry, Was RivenTry It. Sample bottles tree at A H leir t ' aw ii - ilei Tisv I'a.s Agi I r.iiiktim Kv health.' V. It McHobertj' ThoMj who caught a glimpse of this ex- and that if he would write to the Xew Penny's drug siore. t hHAkpt Mam street, otcr Office II I L HhiU ' DrUjj Store, Stanford. k Trvsio'-- t m is I'AI t traordinary spectacle, passing like a York Voice that sho was the only 0110 t in Kditor "Your poem contained pome tunderbolt along, were thrown into tho mentioned in Kentucky for tho olllce, . w R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. greatest excitement. Xor had any feasi they would grab at the bait and make sparkling gems' Idyl t proudly ) Kditor "Yes; yon should haw ble method of staving oir the prospect of the nomination. And that is what thev DENTIST. (eon them Hush when, the fltuuos caught an immediate and tragic crisis yet un- did. I did it to burst the bubble. Office on .Main street, opposite Porttnan House, Kpoch. I am myself out of politics and striv- them." upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Oas gtten for painless folded itself to the wretched man. He extractm I have clung to the ribs of his pitching vehicle ing to get my practice back, but U is stated that 0110 grain 0! pilocarSTANFORD, KENTUCKY. with a desperate grip, while the serpent, heard it mentioned from good authority pine in half ounce of VftbtfKiltf applied with its head reared a foot above the thatsonio very intelligent, active aud to tho sculp will prevent baldne. DR. W. B. watched with n dangorous energetic men, who never did behove '8 Medical Journal. glint in its eyes his everv movement. that n political party to control AmeriLOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI any Longer. Do Objects along the road shot by like can votes could be formed by an organ" Knowing nota Sutlercan be checked i a dat Office South side Mam street, in office recently that sough Dail), Secures to 1 rarelert, vacated by.Dr. L F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky.. shadows and a dense volume of dust ization of women, have determined to aad the Brst aiag "' conauaspnois broken ,n guarantee Dr Acker's English week call a conference basod on two proposi- Cough we hereby and will relund the saewey to . swirling up from bonoath tho thunderRemedy, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE and do not ,l 23 2D ! whouy takelt as per dirertkma. by A. R. I en ing vehicle trailed a mile to the rear. tions: lorS.de our statement correct. ver attempted between the great commer lal Once or twice tho sounds of hoarse let. None but prohibitionists shall be y, Druggist. citiei on the Ohm River and Chicago, anil nence I have removed my office to my residence, oppo the fattest time aad most ccimfwu! le lumi !. all shouts, as if issuing from site Female College, where I will be found at the throats of admitted. Our Vory Boat Pooplo iwren all posms in the South, or In the U rit a .' HUGH RblD. Ack94 times. Confirm our statement whea e say that Drrior to Northwest. The counterpart of this Iran on , 2d. All women shall bo excluded. people in alarm, vaguely smote his ear. English Remedy is m evrrv way i: anil trunk lines is deaomlaaled The Limited 1 t ress er's . F ATWOOD I do not know that I will bo iuvitod to aar audall ohr preparation for the thnw He saw nothing distinctly; the earth J.J.ALLEN The superb rolling stock we emplo) ctte. uii t.i ....Ik mJ stautei in magic I'nlimited C.mlort seemed in a dizgy whirl. In the midst the conference, but if my indorsement is HUKfaV. IB Wl.OpiIt.Uii" hw rou aniri owi- 1 . ., n.r W e otter j Ssay Mi non, get Mono and ifrl n Momm, & ATWOOD, s in be ii it ut rii wti tn. posyon want to save money and lun a nasant of his wild career and after a distance of needed it is given beforehand. tie free. Remember this lemrdj- s. M sM on a t llic ion. una! ri K " R Penny at A i r lull informali R6EL ESTETE EGEKTS. four miles had been covered with the In 1SSS, at Indianapolis, a similar itive guarantee, tinif t r.l ful.l. . ill n i.r i!ili. Aokor'a EnKab PUla Dr. speed of tho wind, his native courage move was broached, but tho men w ho W. G CRTMI.T P. A Louis vilU, K Tor tsctc our urtitaand City, Tenn. Stanford, Ky IAS BAKKkK, CI P A Chscaeo. II' suddenly returned. AH iu a moment ho undertook it did not havo the nerve to .1.. ti..A.A .,nui. h. lou of anitetit. bad In Pottman House Hutlding, k t r w B McKOBKRIX Att.,hUufor.t G GIYENS. felt his strongth leaping in his veins and carry it out, because the female 8tiHrnK-- ! JAS. WM.AYRES. was seized with a determination to re- ists threatened to bolt. I than said the A. R. Penny. Druggist EVENS, move his malicious companion at all haz- plan oiifjlit to bo pushed to its ultimate That Torrlblo Cough ards and check the terrific speed of his consequences, bolt or no bolt. Theyj In the mornln. hurried or diHicnlt breathing Newport "s s,V Attorneys at Law, D raising pWegm, Ughtn- e- in the chest. lui rsti runs to night "behorse. As he shot the evening or ....w. t..n,n. ,.ww.., v. 327 Fifth St., - Louisville, Ky. low Beazley's scales,around the turn up- made their peace with the women bv .n .. ....-.nr ,h- -.. minrt ars im sweats at - ., n... staudiug bolt Philadelphia l" "'tmn. "HIlMO (iUAMH KOfTK. ' putting JOlin A. DrOOKS IDT Dr. Acterstngush CuKh Rwne Shrete IluiIJmp. is sold right on the seat and with a fierce gale dent. Brooks is a preacher, tomperance dey will cure these ferfui symptoms, and Penny, Baltimore, New York, Tho Shortottt itnti QttlolcoBt Route from A R. b blowing through his hair, he lifted his lecturer, female sullra;ist and bouthem under a positive KaraBle All points Ki.t an S uthc.t Central KonUicky to all polntH North. Drugirist. Only me infill ut Ir m l.rtington. Eaat, Wont nnti South-Wofoptand gave the snake one of the hard- soldier. Clinton B Fisk, now deceased, Flint '.ot Death. Corrected Time Card in l.rttct an 11, Tho Flrat Symptoms Llnobutweon LoxliiRton and Cincinest kicks under jaw ever given to a rep- was a Federal soldier, female suiirui'ist, headache, pains In various Tired feeling, dull EEETEEREORD HOTEL tile aud it was hurled nati. stomPattMatl Accent body, sinking at the of with violence out millionaire and man. lie part toss the appetite, f.vetishnes. pit of the Dail) ST A I IONS. Ves Daily of ach, SCHEDl'LK IN BKKKCTMAY 11, is, HUSIONVILLE, KY. o KtpreM F.x Sua. Lt Sun poi.oned of the vehicle high in the air. Tho fall- was put at the head. arc all positive evidence of poisoned it himi be I"'"" Lve No 5, Nn. No matter - Proprietor. ing body was seen for a moment whirlStanford ir ji n'n j j? anai ji n'a To cut a long story short, a political to avoidhow it became P. W. GREEN, K death. Dr Acker's r.Hgli.hlHcKl.air .. Sun c 10 pram so am 1 je ptn " or syphilitic Ks. Sun. DaHjring over and over, and was then lost to party, organized on principle anil ma- has never failed to remove scrofulous at A K, " Wine lister 7 00 pm 45 pot .s o pm Havinr loosed the above hotel.'tefitttd and poisons. Sold under posititc guarantee " K. U. Inaction. I 10 1 mi I ni p ml ' 35 pm. pub I. re Cincinnati I to accommodate in nrnwired Rates reasonable the Good view iu the eddying dust. In a twink- king fight solely for principle, put up a Penny'. Mt. SterUng p m ; jo pm 1$ pm 7 loptn I it a at I oa p Mt ' e Lve Covington. style lic in I 9 pns Morehead ling he had seized the reins; in a few mo. policy ticket to play oli'on the American pm Lve Fahnolh. 4.1 pm am 9 17 p M 4 o p m 9 4 in ti3-iLivery and Sample Roons attached . Pecan culture is being looked into ' Olive Hill 11 in a m,io sj p ml S 40 p tn i Jt P" Arr Part ments ho had by skillful management people, tho same cattle trick that Jacob " AshUnd 10 jo pm I ii P" u 00 p ra 10 sj P m, i" p Arr LIvMRton. the South. F. A. bwmUun has a larm oi " Catlcttaburs 10 u nm J jopai brought the 45 v n 11 so a mi panting horse played oil' on Labau. The movement 400 n,.ri,8 ,.ar Brownwood, Texas, upon " Huntington Lve Pari.. 11 Oy pm 6 15 pm vj-.H... o to p m Arr Winchesur. is 05 p m1 Lve. Huntington l jo am under perfect control. It was at length since then has steadily gathered force to which he has 11, (XX) treos planted. ho Arr Charleston 7 J" p m Kkksnoad. 40 p m Arr ... jt nm 4 5 DILLIONS SWITCH, KY. P ni Arr Iincasser. reined in to a dead btop. At this junc- such an extent that the New York Voice " Clifton forge.. T jl am a bushel, so P nuts aro worth from fcJJto . Arr Stanford... ' Lynchburg 11 4$ asn ture a laborer climbed over the fence has dropped the female suffragists part and tho trees at eight years of ago boar a "Charlottesville .. to jo am Dealer In Lve Uicnt p rn1 3 os Arr Herea Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps out of n field, and ho was engaged to of its public utterances aud is devoting bushel of nuts each, and at l'-- to 11 " Washington.. . a3 js PW Italtimore J Pn j w. P " Arr l.tvingt 2 take charge of tho exhausted animal. Mr. itself now to statistical tables of high Philadelphia. ... 6 i) pm tho mean-tim- e years old about 14 each. In Hoots, Shoes. Clothing, Hardware, " New York.......... 9 to pm ' No. 5. No. 1. Rout, instead of being possessed with his and low license, while our side of tho Tinware, Furniture and a s0.i cultivated in corn.' Richmond, Va.. 1 so pm tho ground is " OldPointCemfort previous General Lino of Groceries, thirsting horror and fright, was now- faction has a very able advocate in the a in Norfolk 5 .. Lve I.ivmsston.. for tho serpont'a blood. Alight- Home, published at Lancaster, Pa. 10 5 am .. .. Rerea Fancy Candies, Cross Ties, 5.C. 311!u' Ni:rve unci Liver XMMrt. TTains leaving Leiinglon at 11.40 a in and j.jo Lve Richmond .. 11 4i a in exchange for goods. iug no went oacK All kinds of Produce taken iu What the party will do in 1SU1 I do An Itnnortnm U,o 'Vory 'I Ip'v net on the p m daily, except Sunday cmnecl at Wteches-tc- Arr Stanford nastily ana uegau a !.... 7 00 am.. Postoffice, Littngston, Ky. for Rh hinond, Ky. and points on the K C R. Lve now ihriug'.i the search. He presently found tho serpent not know, or in tho Union in lt9L', but llrrr, sTum.icti unJ They MceUily ur0 nerves m .. 7 45 Lve Lancaster bilious A t pnncii le Arr Rihsnond Kx front NewYork.Phlladcl. Hull in . Limited Vestibule stunned nnd motionless, but still alive, I think, as a political measure, connect- ness, lad lte. torpid live-- piles und rnnstim Kast, 10 Richmond,. at for in a fence corner, and pounded the life ed with the prohibition party, female tlon. hplrn 'idost nvn. oiii'ii and children I hia, Wishinztbii andmall pointsStanford arrivesp m, Lre Winchester. tI 00 p rn 7 ic 1 in V. p in a m daily 11 57 nrot, .1) dntcsfor S toots esinctou at 4 47 P Sm.illet, mi Arr '"r'att mail from Richmond, Va., and all points Arr Vtit.:.. .. . t 40 P m 74 a in out of it with a heavy club. It measur- 8tiflrnge is dead. It propperly belongs to Saiaile irou at A U Penny aunlonJ. t, Huntington, W. Va, nnd all local Motions Lve f.exlugton ... t 05 p in 7 oe am j 5 p m Season opens Juno Hith a Grand Hop on ed precisely 0 feet 2 inches in length and tho republican party, anyway, if it beTlie WouclurTtil Tower. Lexincton at 11:40 noon daily except a 30 p m 8 51 am 411pm Lve Paris Friday eve, June 20. Dance called at 8:30 sharp. Stanford 11 57 p m. The hiRhnst structuro in the world Is KICel 4 913 am 5 16 p ra Reduced rates for board and cottages till July lit. it is thought by those versed iu reptilian longs anywhere, and I do not believe Towor, at l'.int. l.oiO fet tilgli. Hut tbeqrcut daAccommodationfrom Olitellill and intermediate Lve Kalrr.outh... .. 5 11 p ni 10 p m ra Covinston. 33 ointi, Richmond, Ky., and points on tho K. C. Arr Cincinnati .. 1 40 p m 10 4$ am 6 30 p ra KATE-rOR hOAKD PROM Jl'LY 1ST lore that no snake of a similar species has that I know iu tho prohibition party a Uucovory of Dr Frnnklltt Miles i certain to so am 6 j p y arritesat l.cilHRtnn l:io, am, daily, ex- - Arr tower rnr iiIkivu it In promoting humnn .$6.00 Week ler Day linulih. Tins wontleifiil nerve aiinuay. oianioru 30 p in Trains Not. 11 and 14 run Sunday only between " 10 ever before been seen in this part of tho dozen democrats of any prominence who euros fits, M. V. Cincinnati and LesinKtnu, leaving Cincinnati at builds up wornuut ms'i-iiilie sure kets read read via N. N. 50 country. " Meal As it was an object of curiosi- advocate female suffrage." . o i:. I). spasms. Iiciulaclie, nervous iiiolrntion. arriving at Lexington at 11 in Ltc week Cottage Rent, per In m ,and at y Kilns, sexuul sleeplessness ty, Mr. Rout procured a .2CM S. K. II MORSE, G. P. A , Cincinoali, O. " Month ' Lexington " 40 p. m. and arrive at Cincinnati at and l roubles, etc. Mrs. John It. Mlllor, of Valpa3OO Horses fed, per Week 5 3j p. m. Etripped oirtho monster's skin on the Automatic Photographing Machines raiso, Intl., sind J I). Tuylor of l.ocuttsport 50 nay " On theMaystille llranch, No 9. leaves Paris at tnlclng Inil cuinod " pounds a tiinruh A I. SPOONAMOKE. spot and then he brought tho hide on to t A curious development of the "nickel it. K'tiolT illustrated treustiseon uhilc 00, am anil No. 11, at 5 43, P m, arriving at "iiHrvous Maystille at to 15, a m, and I to, pm. No to Hlid sunipli trnttli- or the Historutive town and presented it to Dr. Tom Hood, (or penny) in tho slot machine" has apleates Maysville at 3,15 a m, arming at Pant at C Nervine, In-- ut A. K ronnj'n uiio Buiuuiitees jo and 7 4, am. No. 11 leaves Maysville at dentist and amateur taxidermist, who peared in Knglantl. It is proposed to It. arrives at Paris at 4 15, p m. Theie trains are will shortly mount it and place it on ex- erect automatic photographing machines daily except Sunday. Tliountttitls iolriouccl. No. runt dally Irom Lexington to Cincinnati In a hibition at his apartments in this city. corresponding in a general way to the I'runkilnracon t work on Hcnrt Dlsunse, Dr No. 43 leaves Lexington 1000 am; arm ft Parts Jltles tho noted spoeUlisl-Kl- tu KENTUCKY. to 4$ am; except Sunday. ol RICHMOND, H. Clay Sutton. other machines of this class for weighing, many tieir and stnrtlinK f.icl. Tliousatnls No 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 to pm; arrives I'elmouth people are slowly poiKunin' tliemaelvos. Session U ens Sept, 10, 18U0. selling candy, etc., with which tho pub7 10 pin ; except Sunday. tlmniMSlvcs by the use of ten. coffee, to An There has been No. 7ieatet Falmouth 600am; arrives CincinThree Colleges. Thirteen Departments. lic is now familiar. In tho photographic bacco ami ulcoliol. Thcue aro Honrt Whips, nati tic am: exceut Sunday II Classical, Scientific, and Commercial considerable discussion of lato on the machines a penny is placed in a slot, tho caukluft out.to beat rapidly, tliys Kruduiilly wear Train Note. No. t runs dally between Lexingtvliuri producing shortness of Iuk It probable usefulness of an electric tricyton and Cincinnati. No. Courses. Expenses moderate j?iSo to is the Cincinnati and Lexington. rirtis daily between 'irrcisltir. iln m hhIo mill shoulder, litnirry person htands in front of a lens for about anil fulnl spells Tinully e.irt f.i lure mid sud $240. Attendance last session 326, from cle and it is stated that tho invention of Nos. 2 nnd 6 make connections at Winchestet ringing den duath b'or woahened mid irrnnted hearts fnrpolntsonthe N. N. ,V M. V. Hy Zj states and territories. such a machine is now an established fivo seconds', being notified by the every itlirro liiKhly revotniiteiiil the the I M PORTANT For lull m fur null' !! ainl catalogue, a Mrcs Trains ol this line now arrive Cum il kcutoit'il by Dr. I'rnnltlln of a bell when to cease posing. By Nimv fact. This, according to report, has been at and depart from the Central Union Passenger Milcs.Khlc!iiformlout A. If reiinv's.St.tifonl L. H BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor ellected by tho use of a form of storage tho mechanism the plate is developed Station Cincinnati, making connections for all points North, Fait and West. is battery much lighter than tho kind here and fixed, and in 45 seconds tho plate Throuch tickets and baggage checked to any A Hoon to Wives. would not destination reached lty t railroad. purchaser. A second 1'rienil," Havins ussd ''Mother' tofore used. Several of these placed in a passed out to tho rur lull particulars address any agent ot tne uo. be without ,,. It is a loo.i to tvive wh. know or ' light, portable box, aro suliiciont to slot for halfpennies delivers a 'frame they must pass thr V. I. MUNSON'.Trav is Pas. Agt , Cincinnati. drive tho machine with an ordinary load when ono coin is nroppod into it. It !ldliVdUtor Co , lAllanta, Ga., fer further S. F. II. MORSK, Gin'l I'jt.g'r Agt., claimed that tho profit on oach photo- particular. Sold by all Druggist. Cincinnati, O, about 100 miles at tho rate of 8 miles an . c Prist ,md Gen II. E HlNTINGTON, . graph is over one half penny. Tho Manager, hour. Tho elomonts of tho "active maLIQUOR HAB by the Lexington DRUNKENNESS-TH- B eaWT OFFICES terial" aro supposed to be carried by the chemicals used !aio a Becret, and it is In tho World thoro la but ono nil Mills Co., Lexing- Chamber of t immerce lluilding, Cincinnati, O rider, and the batteries can be recharged largely owing to their low cost that tho MKE Ooldon Specltlo. euro, Dr. Hnlnosfigures given can bo realized. when- . i water u available. It can I'CL'iveiiin a cup of tea or coffee without ton, Ky. M i..nKlfcNS sale by all takinj; it, effectliiff a A Semi-Week- i ly leTj-- r 449ji$jr5? iaafiiiijputijiiiijiitjfwswiwwgiw - snesss" " --. '""K-w- i MiMill"i' (rjxvar ! ''ii SJU I t WJ "r" " sssnSTV Thrilling Snake Story. FONTAINE T. FOX. 11 Wo-ma- n 1 111 blue-gras- s 94iBffiHpO t mfort-abl- e l o 111 9- -1 C. Ij. chow Sin-pin- 1 run-nin- e S-- ir self-wil- l. C. T. fJ I mv,w ' iWjir.Atm : n-down wo-mo- n POSTED. . (DAB03LICNAH, Au-nU. run-nin- 111 , , POWDER Absolutely Pure r 11 11 n-down KB 1 1 -- - 11 , RICHARD WARREN PRICE, - 1 r .,... .v i B1. I "In-deed- ." 11 PENNY, Dentist. Uail-lar- d A NKWFAST MAIL dash-boar- d, St S MOV Y - a t. ALLEK iwa--r, It) fje3D 1 '.-- !.. - - t .J I I K .1 , 1 , Johnson Jess Thompson, r ..-.- . AY11E3&G 1Z&$$ -- f2Z?r fl'" ,.. -- ..... high-license, OLD KY. ROUTE' -- Mi-- b Kentucky Central R.R. 1 , -, -.- ' -, VlCO-prOS- I- -- Washington, 101-- ' nt PJ"f J , I.etin-ton- South-llosin- ' . 1 j first-cla- 4 ss V i. zhiltozlst Queens-ware, 11 foam-flecke- j . . . . 5 1 . 1 . . . 11 11 Nerth-Ileeis- d. . . . . r . ni-i- , SHALE'S "WSIiL.i . I in es y. Sun-r,v- lisppi-notsnii- medi-cin- 111 1 s A-- illrzi-nes- clasp-knif- o im-nt- , 3-- ills-ea'- " B - Central University 104 1 1 woak-euln- ELEc-rnicvcL- E. Im-ull- i I The BEST FLOUR 1 -- pit-U- Id-a- rt CREAM For 1 V flOTHERS FttlEnii CtffrLBftSY i FLOUR 1, I T-- - JESSErfi PAIR TO LIFE DIMINISHES DA!XlOTHER A.'.'.. rllLU made Roller first-cla- ss sr LABOR0r - BRADnaDREBUJATWCOUANTAM jhc knowleclBe of the person speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient some particular bigniiieance is attach"Backward, turn backward, oh, Timo is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. drunkards hate been cured who ed by Mrs. hangtry to u tunmois aud flight!" sho sane as tho Bible sho Thousands ol Golden Specific iu their coffee have taken the diamond pin, which she wears whenever in your the without their knowledge, and today believe they sl.o desired extraordinary good fortune. held with delight, and turned to liuit drinking of their own freewill. No harmfu- family page, and by chang-n- g ctleet results from its administration. Cures guar- The turquoifl is one of tho three largest births on the anteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Ad. in tho world and originally belonged to tho dato took ten years from her ago Hress in confidence Golden SrKCiric Co., 185 the Shall of Persia. I Itace Street. Cincinnati. O. Chicago Post. FOR HEN ONLY! Grocers. or f AiLinu wawhooim AvilaJi rYrT rat NHUV0U3 Don't fail to use Cream mMSC Qtneral andExcessesand Hind, Yaor Effectl Wfiknesaof Body of Errsri fir In litka.i, atu nsxiiimn rsiir Miri. n Flour if you vant good Birt8lBfnKAa,LaiXTKUII'l.ullHlltS9ai'4llTaUI .Urrs .J IlllIK ibulaMr dir, Itss Istllfj 00 ntslts aa4 sr.Ii Uril. Issn. Bread and a happy Cook. IKierlstl mif.lll.e itbiitlo tad vrssr.aitllriirtstltiDfm. Old op 9. a44rss ERIE MEflCAL CO., BUFFALO. N. V. freia Bosk, TKTHKM-U...- Bl a CnsatrWt. OuT la 1