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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890082201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. X , Semi-Weekl- y vol. xviii. To Tho People - Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 22. 1890. 1TOTICE. . NO. 50 j LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. I uei- how wo ran jjut uloiii: without our mon schools ami provide for n comtnis-or Lincoln County. - sion tinder tho control of the county, Into caniiiilncy justices of tho ponco as has boon Biiost. I. Kieum.T, of Somerset, is Col. NotlmviiiK iluriiiKiny Aiipron that kno thcmeive indbtl to Lot On Main Street in Stanford j ,'.,..-..,- .. f.i..i ,i.. mtlin constitu- - uiUiysomo. It is thorcforo necessary to jinle and jnsticos of the peace. IMali-- lioro Innl-- ti., nfrnr l.io wnit fnr . niiinif.. tBe Uix Klver, nitu 'ikor A wirrjra wni I'ondjmeti or lur Turnpike for ub(.ripti n Contiinir i ii re pub-- ' elevate this olllce nml make it n more lisli a pennanentschool fund nml provide toll, will come lorwurd una e!iit wunoiii Kotiifc m nyainst the Lnucaster Mills. tmnal convention announced ami I Important factor in tho cxiwriu of a huh lhi i.nMiieu muit be et- - Term ev the government. nj?ainst diminislnnn its resources. AbolT K whicli U. TON', StanforJ. Miss Annie Kohinon, only riaugli- - t t ence lalt lvcrv widely the Opinions be made And so willjpropose to prohibit all civil Withe present system of mttintaininK C 51. Sl'OHSAMUKb, riwatni. .'ntertAln as to the chants to tor of W. H. Ilobinson jrave nn eUpuit 44 HARRY A. EVANs, ... i... n.t.li.il to our . i...-.to nollcu and citv courts and public roads and provide n system under entertainment to her friends last Friday - abolish the quarterly courts, so that the the control of the county jtuhje and jus- it my duty toANALYTICAL CHEMIST, ovonlnp. tonstitutlon, I consider j DAIJV1LI V. KENTUCKY. Quite a coterie of railroad ofllcials, wnr.Uvon now that 1 have been seieui-- nances 01 uie pence win receive mi mu 17"" STANFORD, KY CIji al, SciThe oldt Ci Migc in tt e Stat . i ci! as your .I..I, ...,.1.. to iiildrusS lO vmi civil iniHiiieaa Minim iiieir iiiimiic.iioii, w.,fefm, nii.l ...,fe nrovialnn for the conductors mid others were here entific nd Eieilite Cj'irtei of t idy Fu.1 Fac I.iK.atin helthful Conijilete fl) whoruuy uiy i""1"1 J"""" to testify in the cse of John V. uit) otiton hvirins SeDt to. ijjO For miusium Engineering and Surveying in catalogue this N improvement of the cnpitol oorrectwl, tion In mlleniiuor iiuuii cuiictirruntly all branches. further infonnation, iuidrlonsinnyboumlowtooil, nn.l fcandifer.dectl , against tho rond for break-- ' buildings. To locate tiie cupiUtl C ViiLNti, D D., iTemdent they with thu police ami city courts. Italnro Iuk his let; while on an oxcursion last if nfti-- r Wlnir consider, bv you, than at Frankfort would require summer. their number o tbnt thvr slmll be but ii'i- f .iiml to hu incorrect, nuil incoiwtat I one for cttch five thousand of the popula a larger expenditure of money and cause FUAN'K MAKIMOK Whon a correspondent has nothing JAS G. GIVEN'S ent with vonr own views of reform in tion, iirovidcil that eacli county shall a yroiit loss in public jiropeity, wheteby .i... Tint miliilons which ttmvo as tnmiy as three. (.iive to them a heavy burden in the vy of taxation to soy it is well onough to y it in as few GlYESS & EOBJEQU. words nB iroisible, and a glimpse at this r ....... .!., are bused upon much study In in corporate limiu of Rowland would be imposed upon the people, to husiuoM mid coinpensjition of the RBxVL. ESTATE. letter will show a wonderful scarcity of Hettlod conviction of what I rognnl the an U which I am opposed. In my opinion DARST, Rowland. Statu; flseoeeor, which orHce nlwlish, mid upon news nnd the rural news gatherer whose m In it for all the peopto of the - 1 a return of their Iwoks to the county Frankfort is a suitable city for the cupi-tn- solo Men is to fill up space regardless of nt I desire It to be understood ttint which if permanently located there clerk, let the whole number of the counTown EoU, Coal, Iron and Timber Eand bought appriHiato the fnct that am to bo your ty, presided over by tho county Jndge would five it oncottmgemont and speed the subject matter. or told on Commisiton, CorrefHtnd?nc reMT. VERNON, KY. solicited The visiting attorneys nt court this representative in tho honorablo and ily ineres its business and population. will be to constitute the board of supervisors. This old and Ilotel'is still maintain week aro H. P. Jacobs, Danville; P. B sponsible licly. wliow otlW it Abolish the orlice of county superinten- The cnpitol buildings are entiiely insuf- Thompson. Sr., Tom Bell, Jr, of ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Speamend ami add to your eoiwtitn-Hsasd lot al Crab Orchard For reise, cial attention to the trai eling public. la dent of common schools, and require ficient and provision should be made for James T. Clay, of Williams-tow- n, on. ami acting In this cajMicity that it M. P N'EWCOMB, Prop., the justices of tho ponce ami the county their extension mid Improvement, but who is also n member of tho con.k..., Ktnn 11. i ui mlotit your views and Lot, cwniitinr nf iH Acre, locaA Hou Mt. Vernon, Ky. lilt iiui"uu "i'" judjje to discharge his duties and lot the thia should bo gradual, so as not to bur- stitutional convention; Reed S. Nichols, ted at Cral Orchard, Ky , and known as the I an tf'vo them utIVct. In other words. property, one Hlix.1. Imm Depot The house jiiiticoc receive his pay. Abolifih like- den the people lattice porch, one county and ciicuit clerk of Boyle county, contain. ix paciou room., one all ecewr out1, be able to divest myself of the open porch nnd portico, with Provision should be mitde for the exwise tho ollice of ooroner and transfer its my opln-ive to P. M. McUoberts.ol Stanford. building. Call onoraddre.. D U. EdmUtou, . ,, ..( obstinacy and to tension ami maintenance of a State liI'ineMlle, K KENTICK bo accomnio businew to tlio 11st ices of tho pence. CoviiT Notes. Com. of Kentucky, v?. Crabt Orchard, Ky., or me at SAMUEL IILAIR. it D. mis sutUciont flexibility to Give to them a siiinll sliiry, to be fixed brary, and this provision should be per- John Tnnkersly, for malicious wounding, w n soureu your own. it Lit. ...- - by btfltute, and require them to attend manent. filed away with leave to reinstate. Comti nt sfnetion to me 10 i Klectiuus should be less frequent and each regular monthly session of the monwealth of Kentucky vs. Eh Coolev, assurancea from all elates of uiy at t .m.is county court for the transaction of auv special elections prohibited, and provis- malicious shooting and wounding. Hen, .nstituents that they behove that hiue finished m n w Saw Mill on the Somcr-nmy huiiuww in which they are required to ion should be made for filling vacancies derson Green, the plaintilT, has 6ince pike. 7 miles Irum Stanford nnd am prepared Aug. 2G, 27, 28, 29, u .U.ilHn assiduously to discharse 30. My in ollice by appointment until a successof LLM11KR, hHINULES. I prooitao be associated with the county jiidye. died ami the case was riled away with to furnnh any kindTRICKS I will sell the !um. .Vv , at LOWEST 'uties well, Hiid in iwponee - this plan the ollice of justice of the peace or can be chosen at tho next ensuing rep- to uit purchasers. the with wtiicii mivu that all thecupocityand that bnve would become itiiiKirtnut, and be one of "'ar election. All elections, national, lenve to reinstate. Commonwealth of berat trial. mill or deliver,MAYWOUU, KY. Gne Competition. Open to the World, Po.tuffite, me a Kentucky vs. u lest, concealed wenp-on- has endowed me, t inA II. UASrtN. y Free. from $500 to $700 per milium profit to Mate, county and municipal, should be change of venue to Boyle. Isaac , inired through over 20 years of labor, The moil attractive Piogam ever offered. bo con- - the incumbent ami the best mon would held on the same day and by the same Duncan for unlawful shooting was fined training nnd experience, shall . .1 ..1 s.l n tut (tier bo induced to seek it. Appeals from otliccrs. $10, and for carrying concealed weapons TWO RACES s nitl and iniiiiiuuy iwvuwn w ....-DAY A mode for revi-iu- g tho constitution $25and 10 days in jail. Kd West, carrygovernment which their draisions in civil cases should be t i .ttndationaof (arm of about 130 acres, situOver the fastest mile track in America. I sell my to the circuit courts and in niisdemonuor should be adopted which will avoid tho ing concealed weapons, fined $25 and 10 ateddesire to i) miles north of Stanford on the about wt.i tfive security - to life, Hlwriy ami case to the county courts. necessity of cnllini: a convention, but days in jail. C. D. Peacock, selling Rush Ilranch pne, opposite the old church There FREE Ladies and children will be admitted mliic.iUotl. iniura t.r iii..rll' ,,.!,.. n,free the first day. are about 30 acres In wheat and rye; the balance Give to the county courts the same en re should be taken agniust a sudden liquor unlawfully in 10 cases. At. ' ' ...IA.I...tl. in timothy Gillion of the farm well set kitchen and Good dwelling Special trains on all railroads at redtn-rates and order, eqnniue uie uj,.Ui pt tt.e a spleudid new of four rooms and Floral Hall open every day and will bo a fiat" ro iwople to earn n jurisdiction they now have and in addi- amendment through popular exciteA Peacock, tame in 0 cases. The defen- barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession can cf the Fair. For further information and cata- t s ..f all cUiwoa of the - P. immediately. For loguc, address the becretar) ju8t tion thereto the criminal jurisdiction ment. dants failed to materialise and the olli be zhen Stanford, or write particulars, se , , ulihood, and bOKlvo them under the nndersizned nt (i. A. DeLONG, President. To my prohibition constituents, who ce rs wero now oxercieet! by tho circuit courts. 1j-- j E. WITHERS. .. Mtitenlment Hiid ...11.1 ii,M-tumble to mm them. Ktch- - Cincinnati. Ohio. THOS L. MART IN, Secretary 45 Ublieh county court districts to be com-- 1 alone opposed me, I w ish to say that 1 nrd Gentry, indicted for manslaughter ) uppinces. - poted of not more than four counties will Rive them perfectly fair treatment. A SPLENDID nnd trial set for Friday, Aug. 22. GarIt,., xork to be done by the convenS.&3CJ5 term of such court every During my canvass I naked them not to land Iaveil indicted for murder of and md-- ; and have t admit of dniiKerons u rtill me and provoke my temper and Louis Gill. James Iiose indicted for U'e want to sell our Farm private' con- - month in each county for the tmnoac misuse It has 106 . .' uinmati nn wlmha patriotic Acres in a fine state ol culuvntinn and lies near Hubble, Lincoln cour.tj Call on cr address us at prevent, aiany tion of all huainctis and the trial of all set me against them, lhey to a great murder of Andy Bird. Louis Simpson AT PRIVATE SALE mix iIiini. ih n. h.nbt. Hubble, Ky - criminal and misdemeanor eases, wheteextent regarded my request, for nt the indicted for malicious shooting. Win. of the preeent conrwm HERRING .V MENHFEK. jir.t.-i.iie offer at private sale our a partnership . by thousands of dollars in jailer amis ju- election they did not hit me hard enough Siinglcton and Leonard Scarbough in- To cloe Farm ct the winctlonund jprov-- ry fees will Ihj saved ami kMiiiu luxe the laws better to provoke me to wrath. . .1... .umii dicted as accessories in the murder of iilinr umhy yere of ex- 11ILEY HOUSE, My opposition to them is thoroughly Andy Bird. Nearly Five Hundred Acres. should re-- 1 enforced. Iteqalr. the county jndSee to me and trial and these F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, theaaiue qualifications aa the understood; but if they wish it t buy shall v.mina-- 1 u.mm an On Tuesday afternoon City Marshal Near Mooresville Washington county. r ,, I...IUI unchangl. --.. -- . ...... have n fair hearing before the conven- James I. Hamilton anestod G. W. Bion-stoj London, - - - Kentucky. 01 mor" ti ... ..f the kiurmU and Uebatw This Farm is situated on the turnpike leading I.H apetils lie tion, so far ns I can contribute to it. I sauie compensation. I have moved to my new Hoteljand am better a bricht mulatto, for forgery. He from Mooresville to Chaplin and is about 10 miles it will be seen .laenUonof lM-l- . ever to 5 miles Springfield, now 8Utf- - from their decisions to one of the su will oppose a prohibition clnuso in the was taken to jail, but demanded that a from Valley Mill, 7 miles fromthellloomrield,between prepared thanattached accommodate the public. ! tl.u iiravisions Good Livery and every convenience derailrndd a depot on constitution, but if they wish this prop warrant bo produced before ho would Irom Rardstown and Springfield, and nbout an hour's sired. Give me a call. FRANK RILEY. run Irom l.ouuwlle. There is osition submitted independently, I see submit. Hamilton searched him nud coinlixtable house of 4 rooms, on the Farm a cood 77 tthc main building, . 10 our i ,,, ......i,.,, r no serious objection to it. .(.,, niv. . r.Miu a brick, having burned a jcar or so ago and all ,,.-..-.......C. A. BENEDICT & CO., of wn considered and Uelmteii oy iwu uisincis, 11 M3M)ie. i.et appoau no It will bo suen tliat I fnor in nil di- found a day book that seemed to be filled com cribs.farm buildings, consistingbuggy stables, house, i?ranarv. smoke house, with shorthand hieroglyphics nnd some dlstiiiunlshwl nn n, iu.d body of able and house and yard and t o large tobacco Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, poultry disapprovo.1 of by from their judgiuonts to one of the su- - rections n decrease in the number of of- loose checks. While tlio marshal went barns A good portion of this land is in blue , fHKiiHOiiiiuHi""- 'ficers. When my constituents consider after the necessary documents Bronstou, grass, timothy and clover and has a bountiful supTANFORD, KY. in the water, very small majorities ima.ine ueaV.ue0 ... j.cii of the supreme courts should be tlint in this little county of Lincoln we who is a powerful fellow, snatched the ply of pastures and fields;well distributed is in a Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished at j.. and the whole different 1101 win highly cultivation. Ol HU" wini" conventton Will clmnl.l rs ti nrtiirt nf Inat- m.nrl htiimering papers from Jailer HotliweH'shand and good state ofFarm, which In short.it is agrasses, factory prices. have nearly r00 ""- 10 the crops of " productive l.nt-lltHir OWI1 0K1- rtencosas . inoimoio. . Alt t v 01 iitiierent suojivis. I be and ready to devour their revenues, tore them up. Iu his efforts to get away grain and tobacco grown on it ) early nttest It is after ... i.t..,..-u- , tbn oninious and ideas of jnnsilictton that Washington county IH11 IIRU" lieve that nn increase of the number of to protect themselves against, they will a lively scramble ensued nnd tho jailer an incontrovertible fact 15 to 50 percent, cheaper ... lauds have been selling f in viMira neO than lands of a like character in any other part of ""P"' "r..nniUM the. hamros which' npiiellate judKes would not expodlate, not be surprised at our public tieasury struck him several times with his fist, the State, and this has undoubtedly been due to has been I fnvor a being pretty generally empty, for where . 1I...IL the hilt would . leluy business. breaklug one of the bones of his finger. the fact that the county two years. without railroad No county in facilities, until the past soeni to uie mivisnuie iu nrohibit its term of four years for justices of tlioi the public treasury is, there will the of- I am bore wells and cattle, claims Madison as his home the State rmi.es finer horses,reason for offering to work inwell prepared to and promptly will do the to Brouston a KO"d manner par.iouiiis grain or tobacco. Our sole also, and always, and it is nml seems to be peace, eii;ht years for county and circuit be on 01 him bad character. He sell this farm is to close our partnership, and to a exercise before the comiti located, a low -. t,,,,,..,. w. ,,.w fnP j....h., ,lf ...,., not within the scope of human ken to wont to Commonwealth Attorney Hern-do- n mall wanting good land, well win sen tneatcneapesi Call Ator One Dollar a Foot. i ..,.!. .....1 in &n MMIiHimI ll i" re- - ,.. on address me at Stanford, Kentucky. price ana on good terms, we .t " rei!lliaie asK 11, supreme courts, who should be elected diviso means to prevent him getting a No use to go West, and you'll L.T. SMITH. for; to 3ltt and showed him a check for $J!o farm in Kentucky see la u so, when Mm this tana. 10 panics wno give nome .!.. l,v the State nt larte. All should be in- - part of its contents. With our multi- signed fl(wa4, t J. B. Collins nnd succeeded in sh)' WUIll inis IttllU we will s.t til, it I, uai,;f- miIU lUiretheloutenaiu gouwi governor t'legible to tude of otliccrs we can hnvo no public getting $4 on it. He then went to L. F. tiMeofdiviion and we will sell to suit purchaser. s the Call on us 011 the place or address us at the samu qiiuii. .."- Tim dorks nf nil courts Rbniil.l bold economy; wo cannot have good govern. nf ...... "lf111 K A C .V JOHN TAYLOR lint' Hubble nud naked him to fill out a check flucceihl litm in case an to their olllces for the term of four years. ment, nml but with difficulty can we nnd lenve the signature blank. This wns resignation or , y caused by death, Tho ollice of commonwealth's attorney have honest government, and therefore done and he took it to Col. W. O. Brada better provision ARTICLES C? E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor of gov- should he abolished, and that of county a decrease of their numbers is n necessi. ley and tried to borrow n dollar on it. the ollice f ,r tiUutK a vacancy in doP'Ji, resigna-t- . attorney retained, with power in the ty. Besides, our Stato has been divided This also had Collins' signature. He told ernor in the event of the atinto such small counties that they can Col. Bradley lie was a repot ter on Rus- The New Stanford Roller Mill Co. No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation, of both the governor county judges to require the county and Its proprietor Is determined that .11 or Inability torneys of his district to assist each oth not support numerous otliccrs; and with sell Harrison's Moutana paper and was shall be maintained governor .111.1 , iiouiciiwt" of neces traveling through this country on busidepartment will, in it. . er when he considers it necessary. Their our present numbers we must The judiciary Hocker, S. We, .Such salaries should be iiuiforii ami tlxed by sity have poor pay for and bad service ness. Bronstou is nbout 0 feet tall, T 1.Harris, T J. Foster, F. Retd, J. S. Metcalf, A. ..1. ..iti.iitlr.il. He has recently added to its appointments Dr. . G. Hocker, Thomas t.in on couimauu m m from them, or ample pay and good ser- weighs 200 pounds, looks very much like M Pence, J. K. VanAndaleand J W. Hayden, do a law. . i...l i...re ns will insure - - oi.fitintnicnl ail- - The general nssouibly should consist vice, which requires oppressive taxahereby associate ourselves together and become ret'Tin i iii'w'v...r.r i,. a Spaniard and is well dressed. Ho talks incorporated pursuant to the provisions of Chap unrer. sneeiuoriuiu ter 56 of the General Statutes of Kcutucky, as a of one bundled members, thirty bciia- - tion. purchase of the real estate, null A First-Clas- s iu.rtionof -justice. My plan is to tors and seventy representatives, with a L have undertaken to give you my well and is evidently n dangerous citizen Company, fur the all Livery Stable ii.tt.)..--- the personal property about and elevator and . to turn loose. .1... itt.tifinl nower vesteu in two .. the mill, of Stanloid, Ky., formerly owned by the To accommodate the demands of his increased .1.... .1... views upon questions which I thiuk will nae ru ibiuu wii. ciury census year 1110 Jupitor Pluvius seems to have open- "Stanford Roller Milt Co.," and for the purchase transient patronage. liest Turnouts furnished Circuit courts, COUIlty Btinreino courts such other additional real estate and machinery Of course ue iiicreaseu oy one senator 01 come before the convention. ed thn flood gates of his aerial reservoir of may be required and for the purpose of carry- Commercial Travelers and others. .,rt of iustices of the peace nuiuner as ami to abol-ta- b every lO.OOu of increase of the population there will he many others which cannot with tlio intention nf drowning out poor, ing on a milling business, 'and cUy and police courts, 2. The name ot the corporation shall be "The be foreseen. But upon all my policy insignificant mankind a second time. New Stanford Roller Mill Co.," and its principal ! lhe inferior nud by one representative for every the quarterly cour 8. place of business shall be at Stanford, Lincoln of increase until the senators shall shall be to endeavor to pursue n course .... h ,n numerous. I estimate The poor farmer, how hard is his lot! It couuty, Ky, touris iuu i... two thou- - be 40 and tho representatives 100. Give which I beliovc is best calculated to give is either n drouth or n deluge; tho wheat 3. lhe general nature of the business ol the I will pay a Reward of Fifty Dollars for itiformi-tioon conviction of auy unauthorised person tim. there are not less than tno oiaie, tho members a liberal per diem compen- to tlio State n simplo form of government corporation shall be the purchase and sale of crop is too short or prices are too low; grain, manufacture and sale of flour and meal and z..Di !.... nf the nonce in understood oven by corn needs rain or is burnt up in the the doing 01 w hatcvor else pertains to the conduct Found Cutting Timber or Damsation, the aggregato amount not to ex- that will be readily multitude of police and city ceed $300. flouring mill, and the purchase nnd sale of b Prohibit the passage of nil the least intelligent, and that will be field; the tobacco lly has brought in all of a coal. ! aging any Improvements same jurisdiction ourts, exercising the I ho capital stock of the corporation shall be local laws, tho grant of lottery franchises stable nud economical. I shall, at all of his sisters, cousins nud aunts to wor On the following property: peace. dollars, divided into 30,000) thirty thousand W A ns justices of tho The (arms at ever and the incinbcijs from accepting any times, remember that I am your repre- ry tho poor man by day and to urivo 31ares 01 one uunureu uouarscacn, wnicn is pain Tim Hutchison's,Highland known as Hastln Cash's, George Haugh's, Heirs', up iu full this. June o 1890, by the transfer to the ,v man of sound mind who has S Young's it acre place, W.TerH. P Young, I. passes from railroad companies and sentative, disposed to carry out your sleep from his eyes nt night; the potato Company of the ropvrty mentioned in Sec. of government and po- free ry's, Wm. Long's s. The corporation shall commence operations given the science At Cox s Gap W. Hutchison's 40 acre farm. ....1. .I'd utmlv in other common carriers. Provide for the wishes, and I request you, one and all, bug is too numerous to mention; the on this, thoijth day of June, 1890, and continue iu Freeman and R. E.Harren's timber tracts on Ruck htical economy a years therefrom of all incorporated companies to keep mo advised as to what your cabbage has rotted iu tho chartering existence twenty-fivCreek, 1,07 acres, John Turnbtill's, 517 acres, John hill nud the 6 The affairs of the corporation shall be coni.......l tn nn ncludo tnai " m"",1,v by tho courts, or other tribunals. Pro- wishes nre, and to do this either individacres, M.J. Harris' 90 acres, U. five by a Hoard . .1 ia " purse to the com prevailing price of hogs, sheep and ductedconstitute a of nine Directors, of w hichshall lluchanan's, 30a Powers', too .acres John Andersons, 14 acres, netty inu."Q ion quorum, and ol hibit the chartering of any town, city or ually or collectively as you may think cattle is less than that for which they shall the power to emplov for the the Hoard such Wush Harris 537 ncres, Freeman's, 00 acres, promote corporation keep al have u onwealth. They necessary ur RoMiKon Mill tract, I s 1c tin's farm, Rryant employees .is may l Kidd'sfarm, Joel Petrev f.irm, A. Gooch's farm, can be put on tho market. So it goes, agents and the conduct ot tho alfairs of the neighborhood Btrifesencour oilier municipality by special legislative best. proper fr and foster Gf.nle Ki Igf tooacres, HenCollins" act, but classify and grade all towns, I am profoundly grateful to the people and while we enn amuse ourselves in to acquire by purchiti or otherwise W Miller'-.- , farm, on Henry Miller s, ,ln nml tiesiruj ry 443 acres, 390 acres, nv,e such real estate or pergonal property neces.ary or Stephen Uurch's, 35 for tlio honors you listening to tlio complaints res, I) II, Edmiston's 'I""".. about hard proper for the business of the corporation. nm under our present cities and other municipalities nml let of my county both Cottage near depot at Crab among neig trait. Strodo House, of the same class or grade be gov- - have conferred upon mo in tno past and work from this most useful clnss of citiThe Hoard of Director shall he elected an- Orchard, Hotel, Cntt.gr imlM .rehouse at 7 g t,)pin fbo ,)0Vv0r to each by the stockholders on tho second SaturJ OTTtXHUMER, - erned by the same general laws, and recent honor in selecting 1110 ns zens, the fnct remains that in this cli- nually each Januan, to hold office fur one year for the extrava8n8t0"' day of Agent fjr Owners. .7 m .... claims, encourages public . ,. i,v. ...w your delegate to the constitutional conand until inwr successors are eiecieu ami h ....,. . ,.- - fnr ,hi,ir .w... k,j ...nctna no rev UllllUO Ul lliu mate tiie fanner's pathway is a thorny tied. Until thefirst election in January, 1891, the ' ganconim and aforesaid shall Nevertheless, I am courts of justice or other proper tribu- - vention, which is nu additional evidenco one and somo of the above mentioned incorporators the corporation he Anv compose the vacancy in Directory of ' of the peace, but mils. Prohibit tiie State, through the of your good will and confidence. In re evils nre always on hand to keep him the Directory of the corporation shall be filled by in tho justice a believer Ihf remaining Directors. unaguessing whother tho balance at tho end be too nnmerous, general assombly or otherwise, from sub turn, I promise a continuous ami . The corporation shall at no time contract or do not I .,...,. want him to . o - iBcribing to the capital stock of any cor bated loyalty to your interests, coupled diminish tlio nuinof the year will be on tho right or wrong incur a debt exeeedin shall have all of theiocr iiuit wmild flu. is. WsMHMbJVHsllssssHsWssssssssssHfVlssHH I poration or loaning in any maimer its with nctivo ellorts to advance your pros- side of the ledger. There is one redeem- prescribed cornoration $6 of the General St..tuu of his labors b Chapter would widen the field of Kentucky. ' Limit the perity and happiness. W. II. Millku. ,., moro credit to corporations. ...,,1 ..iv. to lnni ing feature, however, in the life of tho IlM private propert, ol the members ortl is 10. and useuunw. corporation shall be exempt from lie sscbt- - of tl consequence. In the tnrl amount of State, county nud municipal of tho Bour- tiller of tho ground thnt is not found in diKiilty nud The 5:d annual meeting :&igE&"J any othor pursuit. When it rains and our country taxation and likewise limit the amount 11. Th Hoard ol Directors shall elect a I'r. .1 y of the Conunonwealth bon Fair will bogin on Tuesday, Sept. von cannot leave the hoiue, or when dent. Secretary and Treasurer, neither ol win - which any county or municipality may tbe ether highly esteemed. Ho inspir2d, and continue fi vo days. This associyou close your eyes at night, the crops otHcers shall be lacompaltble with their ofn i officers shall hold c& CO., oTrevorenceandnwe. His Jadginoiifond subscribo to the capital stock of any cor- ation is tho oldest in Aniericn.itaexhibits are still growing. If tlio crops are short, others, which saidtheir successor, are olect'd ami vear, or uutil poration nud prohibit them from loaning way rcnulre aj.uost regarded as 0 year cannot bo excelled in auy prices nre correspondingly high nnd tho qualified. The Hoard sufficient bondef its Treas each oni&lous were HUSTONVIL.LB, KY. gentle- - to any corporation their credit beyond country. Besides tlio show of cattle, cureful, frugal man on n good farm is al- urer theexeciitiasi of a Witness our hands this, J une 0, The best of our country under the amount of stock subscribed. .. HARRIS, Limit sheep, horses, and tlio Floral Hall, there ways assured of a bountiful tahlo and But ollice. Are still In the business and ready to do anyT J. FOSTER, men ariint the faU tho amount of debt which tho Stato or aro to bo both trotting and running rac- something to wear, while tho merchant thing In the Undertaking line. We have a full IH')S METCALF, stock of Cases and Caskets of alt kinds and Robes tho purses being for $500 will is worrying over some bad account nml HOCKER. r J Our h" rse. which is nearly of every description. I W HAYDEN, dshtn, hi. opln. any county or municipality may create. es, and best class ol trotters to contest wondering whether ho can meet his hills Tn one draw tho new can be obtained en short not.ee Mr. J. H. " ANARSDALE, J K T, tj .limnnlt to Abolish tho ofllce of jailer and let its dufall due. Weighiug the pros when they for thorn. Tho track has been Green bas charge of cur business and will show s G HOCKER. it.ivn no weight. ties be performed by the sherifl'. Abol- nud our good to any one needing anything in our and is considered tiie best nnd cous, wo aro decidedly iu favor of A M 1'bNCE, of re.pectnUlty and conse lor St any man . F HEID the farmer. Long may ho wave! e track iu the State. ofUco', yet I cannot ish the truster system of managing com- queuce to accept tho ' FOB, SALE 1 ' ..- luiis-lictio- n ' .... . .. CE1TT21E COLXiEGE! - -- Wed-nesdi- iv else-wlie-ie - For Sale . Twenty Building Iots 1 l, Pineville, Kentucky. loi-y- 1 NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. r t Har-rodsbur- g; 'd & S3-- 0 Sla-w- m 1 p.-- 1 N y-- lti rei-uiv- i 1 2TEW SAW MILL. 1 et and 1 j s, 43- -, .. Farm For Sal. EACH .. . 1 e , J- riailc-y- 1 a I j M 11 FARM FOR THE .!.. H ! .In ',.... ,.- ...v ..,. n, auu-mlineni- s . ,. ."--""-- ,.,.,.,.. never-failin- g -- n !.. otllce-holde- 1 '"w,mT 1 i ..... . WEI.!. BORIBTG. blue-gras- s, rlco-hold- er 11 .- I..-- , --- i:.un, 1 .... Mocres-.illc- . v) THE MYERS HOUSE IKinfflK 1 -- 1 Pool and BilliarcTParlors . 1 i- - 30,-00- 0 $50 R3GBTARD n 1 1 '"?""";." e . corper-ationa- ' . Otten-hei- m 1 1 1 ,ii,uaii pro-allo- w 1 ei .. ,1 L A . ! 11 J. T. STTTTOST 1 io' i'o 9C'"' "" . half-mil- I Jl - r v . fc -- n 1 i - I JA3IES b. boy Georgetown has a 120 pounds. who tips the beam at Tournament won the Omnibus Stakes at Monmouth, after having run a dead Stanford, Ky., August 22, 1830 heat with Chaos. Conductor John Gannon, of the N. N. & M. V., wss run over and killed by a gravel train on that road. Willis Ball was shot and probably DEMOCRATIC TICKET. fatally wounded by his brother-in-law- , Jack Maxlleld, in Oldham county. For Congress, The count of census returns shows that the new State of Washington has a population of 31(5,000. It was 75,11U in Semi-Weekly Interior Journal DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. I W. F. WALTON, Mccreary. ISSi). NEWS CONDENSED his older brother while hunting at KaCholera has become epidemic at nawha Falls. Even if the 15 counties yet to hear Cairo anil is reported in Paiis and Lonlow we from do not make the increase shown don. goods of Mercer, was hold by other counties Lonjinoor's majority Ben Adkerson. e.vuress , vnrTun- :,,Jn Pm.t up by a couple of men and relieved of will exceed 50,000. Hurrah for the old ! i,.,;n.o ""' , . ,S . j .. j . . $2.50. rebol. ,j . c c in, iv is 0 Creth Goff was shot and badly hurt The Denver, Col., Lottery sold to use worth of tickets an the otHcers have by Officer W. P. Treadway. Ho was re- rc sistiuc arrest. Goff has figured in many skipped. son of dilllculties. Both parties live in Clark A horse fell on a cc, we Rev. S. F. Tlonpson. of Shelby ville, countv. Ollhl blUJS gOOils. YcS, US tllC mOUClf IJOU euGnj A special from Maysville says: '"Just crushing him to death. to Shoes, Goods, Grounds a Camp The president has approved the bill outside of Parks Hill be of Mr. Jo ,1 Walter Saunders, step-somilitary park on the man by the name of Jenkins has a holproviding for a low log deftly arranged with a lot of Coffey, of this place, had a very painful Chickamauga battle field. J. McCarty, V e railroad man who strings dangling from one end. He operation performed on him a few days every one ago. Several years ago he had necrosis had his hand blown off on the Rich- charges 75 cents for a pull and that nulls a string gets a bottle of whis- in one leg and the diseased bone was remond, Nicholasville, Irvine & Beatty ville ky." moved, which of course left him a crip road, is dead. The Clark County National Bank, of Edward Haike, a St. Lo'iis mau, Winchester, has secured an attachment ple by dwarfing that member. He has get ijl(fm (lt killed his wife anil shot himself. Loss on all the property of M. Hume Clay at Willi or of money drove him to desperation and St. Paul. The bank sues for $31,500, ad- ami expects as soon as he gets wdi TCUdlJ to llKUtG 1JOU tllC lOWCSl pf'tCCS, have a cork log and foot. It has causwl (lll(l SeaSOIKWlC L00(ls; caused the fearful tragedy. vanced on forged paper. An acquainto ssj've The treasury department givesnotice tance reports that Clay was seen in Tex- him much pain, but now it is thought consiciereci; will redeem 515,000,000 of 4 per as a few days ago anil that he was on his he will pull through all ricut that it Mrs. Walker Higginbotham, whose cent, bonds, if oflercd before Arnnist 30, way to Mexico. illness I reported in my last, has since at par, allowing interest to May 31st, A workman fell off the K. C. bridge died and the manner iu which he died 1891.,, over Houston at Paris and was almost on a Big instantly killed. It was found that he was very sad. Monday evenini: the doe- Six people were wounded M. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, performed a surgical operation by Four train some 15 miles out of Cincin- had about in money and a policy on tors ' nati by a lot of drunken scoundrels en- his life for $2,000, but no clew to the cutting into her stomach and removing gaging in a shooting match in the ladies' wliereabouts of his family or friends an abscess and next inornini", Tuesday, FARM AMD TRADE ITEMS. she died. Tho funeral services were coach. could be discovered. The body will be held at the residence on Lexington street The Dwyer Bros., the famous race kept in the vault a leasonable time, J. N. Meiu'fec sold to Joseph Severhorse men, are going to dissolve partner- when, if no one comes to claim it, it will Tuesday eveniim and were conducted by ance a harness grldins for SH0. Rev. Gross Alexander. Her remains ship and hereafter their jockeys will be buried. W. A. Hail sold to John G. Lvuu 7S wear separate colors. They have won Hill, Ala., a doubly fatal were taken to Richmond on Weilnesdiiy owes at $1 and 2 bucks for At Carbon Having secured the service of SI, 500,000 since 1S75. duel took place between James .McDon- morning for interment. She was n For Salk. A nice lot of Pnlu The line statue of Lifayette, the gift ald and Hiram Lovelady, growing out of daughter of Win. Stewart, of Rockcastle wheat. Apply to S. M. 0sfus. TX3COS. of France to the United States, has ar- an old feud. McDonald was drinking county, and had only resided here a Thomas Forrill bought of Alam I am now fully prepared to do rived at New York. The statue is to be and asked Lovelady, his old enemy, to short time. Her father and b rot nor, Pence 100 ewes at $! and of Goorrt is 50 feet in take a drink with him. Lovelady re- Gus, and Miss Eliza Stewart were pros-- Boone 36 at 13.75. erected in Washington-City- , i height and cost $200,000. fused, when both men simultaneously eut at her death. Ed Jones had a line 3 yerokl to Robert McNeill was shot and in- drew pistols and began shootim:. Lovefall and bieaklier lig this week. Sho! DEATHS' DOINGS. stantly killed by Charles Webster, an lady was shot ilown on his kuees, but was value! Rt 3300. At 3 o'clock Tuesiiav morning, of a actor, in New Wk city, Webster had before dying shot four times and killed AMD Laurel cowntv will hold Its annnul complication of diseases, the pnmrr fnir Atti.t a young wife to whom McNeill had been McDonald. Nelson Sept. 2 O and Bob Pope, a magistrate and promi- trouble of which was diarrhea, Mrs. Vir- - j Madison Hhowing considerable attention. Each of theou fairs Two female county convicts were nent citizen of Harlan county, was shot ginia Trueheart Bourne passed from this JlrtV0 our thanks for uoinliineiitaries. burned to death Monday night in ahouse and perhaps fatally wounded by John to a better world, after an illnes3 of near- - j Hcnry j). itanuhiiMii sold to V. A. All work warranted and promptly done. .on the farm of II. J. Hill, near Washing- Scott. The trouble arose over the shoot- ly two moths. During her long con- - U - ii i.i ilw,.i i .lOOnound ctt! at SH.W ton, Ga., who has n lease of all convicts ing of an ox, which was the property of iiuement and intense suffering Mrs. on Saturday and on Tuesday bought in that judicial circuit. The cause of the Pope. Leonard Scott, a brother of John, Bourne never murmured, but bore all them back at 520 advance on tho lot. was also implicated. Both of the Scotts with a christian fortitude which plainly fire is unknown. Fon Salk. One Southdown buck, B. F. Taylor, a Henry county farmer, made their escape anil have not been showed her willingness to bow at His one splendid milk cow with young calf, was robbed and afterward badly beaten captured up to this time. The wounded command. The deceased was the lovtwo large beef cattle, three thorough-breup by a couple of masked men as he was man is a of Judge Lewis, who ing wife of Dr. M. L. Bourne and ho Holstien-Fresla- n bulla. W. 11. returning from Sulphur Station, Tues- has offered a reward for tho apprehen with three children. Julian. Trueheart day. It is thought that he cannot sur- sion of the Scotts. Nancy Hankt, the celebrated trotTho Scot's were nd Virginia now feel keenly tho loss of vive his injuries. Howard sympathizers, a model wife and a sainted mother. Mrs. ting mare, owned by Hart Boswell, of TJ . wl.A .nlitl .l. fun.. ll . ' Bourne was Miss Virginia Trueheart and Lexington, was named in honor of the The statistician of the interstate ti A U!BJiUi;ii Jium iiiimjiouui);, commerce commission reports that G09 Va., says: The trial of Mrs. Mary Jane iu her youth was as beautiful of face as mother of Abraham Lincoln, whose roads of the United States, roverini; ope- Morgan for murdering her husband, Ja- she is known to have been of disposition maiden name was Nancy Hanks. rations over 153.3S5 miles of lino for 1SS9 cob Morgan, ended Tuesday morning at nud character. Sho was reared in Princ" The wild trading in wheat options We show a final net income of $101,3SS,730, Middlebourne, Tyler County, in a ver- Edward county, Va., and until her mar- in New York Tuesday resulted in an ador $001 per mile of Hue. dict of murder in the first degree, Mor- riage to Dr. Bourne, 20 years ago, lived vance of i cents a bushel. The Bulls exHenry Spilhnan, an inmate of St, gan was a first cousin of John Morgan, there. At an eaily ago sho give her pressed confidence in thoir movement Joseph's hospital at Lexington, sat on the noted confed"rate raider, but lie heart to God and has since- been a de- and predicted that the price would go to the C. S. railroad track in front of a himself was a strong Union man and vout member of the Presbyterian church, Sl.oO. freight engine and was run over and Reports from the spring wheat belt His wife murdered him for always tho foromo-i- t in doing those killed. Intense suffering is the reason several thousand dollars pension money, things that were right in iho eyes of indicate a yield of 8,000,000 bushels lot's assigned for his rash act. and because she believed her husband .God. During Mrs. Bourne's remain at than the crop of 1SSU, but the tjuality of Tho comer stone of the monument learned of a liaison between her and a this place no one has done more for the the grain is said to he good considering to the memory of Davy Crockett was man living in the neighborhood. church, for the Sunday school and for the advorse conditions under which it laid Tuesday at Lawrencehurg, Tenn. At Brownsville, Texa, County Judge missionary causes than she and truly was grown. Five thousand people were present and Max Stein, of Hidalgo county, and a her church has lost a valuable member Tho farm of 100 acres belongiug to heard a number of speeches, two of leading and wealthy merchant of Edin-bur- in her death. It will be remembered the esUto of tho late James Ford, near which were by Crockett's kinsmen, and Texas, was shot and killed by Mrs, that she was one of tho prime originat- Versailles, hold at the administrator's xmd 06 per acre. It cost a big barbecue concluded the day's en- Dela McCabe, of Carnes county, Texas. ors of the MeEIrov Gleaners and for sale last week at joyment. The murderess is the wife of manager of them and it will Mr. Ford a few years ago $72.50 and it years was A terrible and destructive cyclone Judge McCabe. Judge Stein, with his also be remembered that no member of sold at one time for $100 per aero. visited the mining town of Wilkesb.irre, wife and daughter, was in attendance at that organization did more for its furHoward Hampton, Jr., sold last Pa., Tuesday. It is known that Hi a fair at that place, and the shooting was therance than she. Wo deeply sympa- week to Dr. Wash Miller 200 mountain lives were lost and that 10 persons are done in their presence. Mrs. Stein, as thize with the borrowing ones in their owes at each and to S. T. Prowitt 100 fatally injured, while the number se- her husband fell dead, sprang towards great grief, but triut that they will find at same pi ice. Charles and Adam Curry verely injured ruha up into the 20s. The tho murderess, but was felled with a sav- cousolation in the fact that their loss is sold their crop of tobacco in Louisville loss of property is estimated at $1,000,-00age blow on the temple with tho barrel her gain and that the Lord giveth and this week at an aveiago price of about 1(5 200 building were destroyed of the pistol. The affiir grew out of tho Lord taketh away; blessed be the cents; a portion of it brought 27 cents. Fully or badly damaged. election troubles. name of the Lord. After services at the Winchester Democrat. thePatrick Harris, the W. II. Miller and his tonant, Chris There was a disastrous and distress- residence by Rev. Ben Helm, at three ater owner and proprietor, is dead at ing railway accident Tuesday on the Old o'clock, Wednesday afternoon, many of Gentry, claim that they have a Holbtein-Fresicow, Jessie Gatis Bay Shore, L. I., where ho went Sunday Colony road, near Boston; 21 people be- her friends followed her remains to its Europe. He had ing killed and over 20 were injured, last resting place in Buffalo cemetery. No. 11,652, on tho former's farm, last on his arrival from been to Carlsbad for his health and had some of them fatally. The occupants of that yields eight gallons of returned, as was believed, much improv- one passenger coach were penned in milk per day and they offer to match J. C. Hemment has just about comcow of any ed. Mr. Harris owned and controlled just over tho escaping steam from the pleted a now aparatus which will great- her against any theatres in Pittsburgh, Washington, locomotive, and many of them were suf- ly facilitato the accurate registry by pho- breed in these parts, for either milk or Louisville, Cincinnati, Minneapolis, St. focated or scalded to death before assis- tograph of the finishes of races. Tho butter. Are headquarters for Paul and Baltimore. tance could bo rendered. Nearly a doz- principal of tho thing is that the camera S. E. Bottom has sold his farm, one The row in tho republican camp at en Louisville people were in the coach is divided in two portious by a longitudi milt' from Perryville, on tho Springfield dfco. Washington, over the proposed shelving and among ttioso wlio lost their lives nai division, each tiortiou being fitted road, to Woodson Arnold at per of tho Force bill, has not abated, and were the wife, mother and two children wjtu iena nuj acre. Mr. Arnold also purchaeed tho a ,,it0 holder. By means Plows! Plows! Plows! ttuy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel some of the more radical members of tho of Mr. Oscar Feuley, cashier of the Citi- - 0( ,)rism n viow of the raco ia obtained stock and crop. Tho full amount of tho party, it is said, have threatened to de- zens' National Bank. His other child without tho operator removing his eyes sale is between $12,000 and $15,000. D. feat the Taiiff bill if the Elections bill be and his niece, Miss Sue Fenley, escaped ' from the aparatus, andtlm whole cameia C. Terhune, of Mercer, was in tho west Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no put aside this session. President Harris- with severe injuries. Chancellor I. W. revolves on a pivot as ho watches tho end of Boyle during the Mist of last week plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Ivery plow warranted to on is log rolling zealously for the Force Edwards and Capt. W. R.Abbott escaped race As it reaches the point at which and bought of different patties 15 good sk your neighbor. bill, and kept his messengers busy yes- serious injuries; but Mrs. Abbott's con- - ti,0 horses mo just at tho finish lino it mule colts pt an average of $70 and on do good work, or no sain summoning to his preseuce Sena- ditionis critical. Tho engine left the automatically "touches itself off" by Saturday bought of T. D. Chestnut 5 terday tors to whom he expressed his august track and plunged into an embankment electricity. Tho use of this second lens nice ones for f:M0. Danville Advocate. pleasure in the matter. special from Dan12 feet high and was buried upon A Courier-Journno is for ti,e operator to secure a negative Near Midway, Gilbert H. Satter-whit- side. The tender, baggage car, smoker of tho positions of the horses next in ville says: JaretT. Mock, of this couna prominent young farmer, was and Pullman passed by tho engine and succession, and in this case tho picture ty, bought of Daniel G. Eagle, of Marietbay brutally murdered by a negro named were stretched along for a distance of is obtained at tho will of tho operator, ta, Pa., the grandly bred, -John Henderson. They had had a quar- 100 feet beside tho track. Tho foremost not automatically. mare, Mary Lynn, by Messenger Chief, Kg . rel while tho negro was in Mr. Koso Chief, tho dam of Prince passenger coach, No. 230, left the rails dam , employ and about 8 o'clock and its foremost truck swerved to tho The most extensive thermometer in Wilkes, and Mimi C, 2:281, in Tuesday night, ns Mr. Satterwhito was left and plunged diagonally through tho this country is in use at the Johns foal to Gambetta Wilkes; price $2,100. returning home the negro assaulted him, car floor. Tho car then fell upon its left Hopkins University; it is known as Prof. G. nnd O. P. Cecil havo sold to T. J. Is Receiving His cutting him seven times with a razor side upon tho engine. The lower for- Bowland's thermometer and is valued at Kleburg of Corpus Christi, Texas., for and shooting hjm in tho forehead, over ward portion was torn to pieces and of $10,000. It is an absolutely porfect in- $1,000, tho suckling colt Kleburg, by the right eye. During the fight Hender- the passengers in tho car, some 50 in strument and tiio graduations on tho Gambetta Wilkes, 2:20, darn Winnie, son was shot in the breast, but unfortunumber, many were thrown into the glass are so fine that it is necessary to dam of Marabrino Maid, 2:171, by Red Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. use a microscope to read them. Wilkes. nately not seriously. rear corner. to-da- It is said that Mrs. W. II. Vauder-bilbathes in a $20,000 bath tub. A youth named Sayler, from Cincint nati, was accidentally shot and killed by SlIO,-00- 1 Mr. Benjamin Stanfield and Miss Hatlie Clark were mariied Tuesday eve. ning at the bride's home. Dr. E. B. Thursday, Johns will bo married to Miss Foley, of Versailles. After a bri dal trip to New York and Washington, they will leturn heie, where they will reside. Mrs. .Mary B. Welsh died last Friday evening at the home of her diunib-ter- , Mrs. G. E. Wiseman, in the 74th year of her age. She was tho wife of G. W. Welsh, Sr., who died last October. The funeral services took place at the residence of Mrs. Wiseman and were conducted by Rev. C. B. 11. Martin, after which the remains were interred iu Dan ville cemetery. J. R. Marrs and family leave J!u Thursday, for Lancasto r, where they go to reside and make that place their home .. for the present. Danv illo loses a gentle ,, ..n man and a good citize IU1U. till IVklTl .LiJ see him and his family leave. Mr. Thos. McRoberts is still a verv sick man, but . . . , . i' i .us pujsic.iuisiiv8.ie mis . forthe better. Mr. Speed S. Fry has to-da- The Slaughter of Values Coittin ues to be the town topic. This week the bargains increase to intensity. Everything must (jo in order to close the season's stock ana mane room for ran pnrcuusc.s. The Ball Must Be Kept a Rolling, matter what the sacrifice. Deeper and deeper Slaughter i0 nrotits and values. ,..v. ,.7..t. don t hall n,n ,,,7, ,,,, 11 ... KS,Kbir n nous uiai nave uvuer uco uern mis luicii. ,nuir uuiir iiuiu buy. If yon can't the goods this season, it'll pay you put them aside ash you, for next. Seeing is believing; this is the golden rule in buying. guarantee iou, unprecedented, uarnaius in wunout prejuai and bring department. Cask Oil' Clothing, propose spend for Dry JIats, Trunks, Carpets, fatting, S'c. and assured you will not only get Vi uawa ,., nn, plunge our price it. More hue hfntn. -- f The Best and Latest in the Market, filt you wm suct iow prices that you will take money home empty purse. Always stocked a full line new xoitli you instead of an alWdlS quality you wcu ana save you money, ai always rcoaij i , ?? THE LOUISVILLE STORE j SALINGER, Manager. 0 t 1STOTICE. 11-- i j i MR. DALTON", OF CHICAGO, 1 ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK 2S-3- 0; 16-2- 0. A- R. PENNY. i d son-in-la- Mil-lo- r. j 4 .!.. 4 NEW FALL GOODS. Have JUST RECEIVE- DOur First Shipment of x g, CLOTHING, Heavy Weights, and In Medium ty $-- 1 Stiff and Soft Hats, The Latest Styles and Colors. 0. well-know- n STAGG & McROBERTS. an "Bon-niebreas- ," HIGGINS OTKINNEY -- ' Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Xime, . ' j r Jf ! al e, H.6.RUPLEY,- - Salter-white- 's 2:1-11- Hw!mittrSft f SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. ,9. - f HWWI OtfVU-- N Lost. Hold watch chain and larjre and charm between Danville i. . Leave at this olllce and be " A I5awais. It is suttline, time and I want what rewarded. Two supurior wheat rill August 22, 1890 nt Cnst. I. M. Bnice. you owe me. Take thisto yourself. W. Ky., Stanford, FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I, 1890. s I have secured the services of a D. Mc Roberts. - - - 31. HUBBARD, A. 3X., Ciik tit CouiiT oonroned in Dell countrimmer from the city, which my of Lincoln county will The k, c.wALTON.Bus.ManaRor ty Monday with 10 murder eiiHua on the will have the advantage of. Faculty of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Excellent please come forwaid and settle. The customers docket. Mrs. M. F. Klkln. . Hoarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction thorough. Send books for 1SI)0 are ready and I musthavo MEANS BUSINESS. Latent Novxltiis. Memory rinpjnud the tax. T. I). Newland, S. L. C. Whili: coming down a tliht of steps for Catalogue. Vw your nccounta I mean you. A. cold tliread necklaces, for the ladies, just yesteiday afternoon Charlie' Carson's On recount of the pay train enpino U. Mcltobeits. received. It. IVniiy. on the foot slipped and he fell to the bottom, fjettinu demolished in a wreck Watchks ami jewelry repaired and Wanted! To take a cnr load of cot- Short Line i few days ao, its joyful badly bruising his left hip and lee,. warranted. A. It. I'eimv. Tub best place to buy druj:R, patont ton mules to feed. Good stable and wa- whistle will not be heard in these parts As our Lancaster letter will show, medicinea nnd toilet articles iB ut A. It. ter. J. H.Taylor, Hustonvllie, Ky. HUSTONVILLE, KY. till Tuesday next. Dick Uentry was indicted for man. Penny's. . - slaughter, for the killing of John Sandi-feBoys. "Happy J.ukV' latest olHision, entillrv your school bookp, ink, tnbluta. Mit. V. II. Hiouins bought of Mrs. by the Garrard urand jury. His trial pencils nudehool supplies of all M. K. Daviets her house on Lancaster tled "Can't Stop the Waj-onpaper, is KOiriR Kin lfl from A. K. IViwiv. street, orcnpird at present by T. J. the rounds of the press and buinu liber- is set for OPENS SEPT mt Initrmti n Full College Course, Classical and S icntific. Alio ! Short lliml. Cm m. rci.ilL v. P inie Anthtr.eti., Telegraphy, 1 j.i Writing Hatcher, for about $000. ally commented on Dozens of our exOrTKNHBiMBii asks us to say Mil. J. iimiu uiiu a nun m, (crm ni n .c ir in, vomu.crciat lo ire 2 ; noara, per wctk,)i PERSONAL POINTS. Can enter at r) tinio M O THOMSON, Write tor .it.il Principal. changes have copied it. that if she weather this evening is Tnu olllce has just gotten out the a business trip to C (' made the garden party, which was Hat for the tailored fair, which Cut. Sam M. IIoone, of Somerset, ant'ncey tl.ta week. Mr. John Buchanan's, a will be hold at Hnstonvillo, Sept. 8, nounces that he will make the race for to have been at Mis. M. V. Ki.ki.n btlll remains ill with Crab Orchard, will be held at the resiand 5. The premiums are liberal and serjeant-at-armof the constitutional trouble. a Mrs. Jennie Armondt. include stock of all kinds. convention. The captain is a good man, dence of the late Mim Lbttir II nut is hack from n visit and would make a Dealer In Tun Louisville Times says that our old Nbw Mail Clbwc. Mr. James 1". Bea- a thorough domocrat t iriendHin Lebanon. friend, Col. Silas Adams, of Casey, will Mits. 12. J. Hit'iiAiiuso.v, of Somerset, ver, of L'olihiK's, has taken the K. C. capital oilicer. , kiVQ republican convention to nommail run and Mr. A. N. Itice, who fortr UMtinj; Mr". II. C. Fnrris. This morning at Cook's Springs, tho enter the A . is now ruuniuK on the C. Interior Journals will cross bats with inate a candidate in the Eleventh, as Mks. T. W. ItKiD.of Uiicnster, Is fie merly had good as third anyway and bel'eves that S., between Cincinnati and Chattanooga. tlie Crab Orchard base ball club and in jMickt of Mrs. Kitty Ituruside. Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. Ik. I. 1'. TiifuiiHAirr returned yeetor-d.i- v Manamiii Cook, of Cook's Spring, the afternoon they will play Lancaster's before the fight is over he will make the man who beats him know that he has car FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY to his huine at .Sturlini:, Kan. hns jut h.1d 12 police badces printed crack team. If they don't win both been in a race. We trust he will. Col. Miss Maui l'lrnrs, of Crab Orchard, and he says there will be just that num- both sanies we shall be very badly mis- Adams is an elegant gentleman, has I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) ih the uuest of Miss Susie Lasley. taken. worked hard for his party and deserves MipxAi.uk Hoi.sibx, of Danville, is ber of bravo men to wear them. The chauces for fjood order are extremely IhtoKUN. As Knginoer Lee, of recognition at their hands. ltn with Mlwos Annie and I)u Dunn. Mimj Kli.ijn Uai.i.01' has returned from the K. C, was going up to tho engine-hous- e . . . CHURCH AFFAIRS. A BIG Tuesday evening, he fell through I wiu. make cabinet photographs at t a to friends in Ohio. cattle-guarof his and broke three It inn: Jamiw Dn.vTON, of l'nlnski, was 2 per dozen, cards $1, until the 1st of a The annual convention of the KenSeptember. All who want pictures ribs. He was unable to take his engine tucky Sunday-Schoo- l Union will be held in town Wednesday on knral business. Mis Lena Williams, of Mt. Vernom should take advantage of these extreme out Wednesday and the fireman did so in Georgetown Aug. 2 27, 2S. The sesi the KUest of MUs Nannie Vandevoer" low nttes. I am positively koIiii; away in his stead. sion will be held at tho Christian church. W. It. Cres was amonc the teachers is why I five these low rates. A. J. The Tate's Creek Association of regard to the Oi'i: local in last issue in " attendance at the institute this week. Enrp, VUintord, Ky. Baptists will convene at the Baptist in marriago in tho near future of a Stanford Miss Nanni I'jikkix?, of Hrodhead, is beau aud belle has caused a number of church here Tuesday and continue It is the opinion of tiie trainmen that 1Mi1iK Mlfei Uccie Lynn and other rla- through the week. The introductory the recent wrvck near Faulconer, on questions to be imed us concerning the sermon will be preached by Rev. I'res-totleS tli.. T v wnti tlw, unrt nf ciinn iftla. contracting parties, who they are and the Miss Khoda U'SeroRD, of Stanford, to Blake, of Richmond. cream who wanted to do datuaue to the like. We are on u pledge not todivulge, iMting Mrs. O. S. Joties. Souierst Ho- Mr. W. L. McCarty writes us to ana moulhall will know-al-l company. It was utsvovereu a tiny or but can say that in Tier, nounce that the Christian church at Kew. about it. a, that six splk had been drawn Mies'. and son. .nbrt, Kiugsville will be dedicated on the fifth from the ties and toe accident resulted Invitations have Sunday inthia month and at the same Dayton, Ohio, are risitliifMr.nnd Mia Gauuun 1'aiitv. from a sprendiusof rails. been received here to a "Garden Party" time and place there will be a basket l;i!,ert Feuiel. dinner spread. All are invited. i.io. WgvTHEnroan, of Itlchmoad, SoMK suinlrel went to Mr. John given by Mr. J. Ottenhoituer, of and Mrs. John Buchanan, of Crab p.ivcd through WeduMday to Wt his Lynn's spiendid watermelon patch Mon .GO TO. The republicans of Wisconsin have t Hnatottville. day night and after anting his stomach Orchard, to Mi&scs Haldeman, aud Manominated Gov. Hoard for governor. Hon. It. C. Warmen, candidate for aud' f0n carrying on" as innny as be want-i- t son, of St. Louis, and Joan aud Maggie Frank Biinn aud Miss Margaret ..1. attended the laira at Iwrencebnr ,1, cnt open the re&t and left them there, Buchanan, of Crab Orchard. Friday, at - b':30 i m., is the date anil Mr. John Nailer were married Wednesday at Mr. week. and Mavsrille this a ereon mean enough to do such a lowMih. Lena Klub, f Ixiuisville, arrived nm,- - tuinK sbonld receive 100 labhesand Buchanan's residence will be tho scene William Sprinkles'. Webb, of the jesterdaytomke the Ks.Uon of trim- - M,e deprived of that delishtfu frnit the ot" joy, youth and beauty on that evenCentral, says that the company L'OO GROCERY" invitations weie sent ing. Some t.e-for Mrs. M. P. Elkia. rest of hie days. will spend $2,000,000 to carry its point t t.. nl lh. U'k! P. out. Is not neeessarr to cm attention to and that the strikers had as well resume In d, passed up Tuesday to Crab Orchard,, It ... . II. .,. Mr. on our first Postmastkk Vaspelt, of Danville, is a work. week or so. springs to spend a ,rt i a.lrfuin..,u letter otllcer sure enough. Because ' ... , Missus Its.iit Woolfolk and Jennie ' ' K.' Liu cm ,i red Advocate of his town was not folded u niiui-s-i ii SUUil wiuioui 11. uiu the XFAV ADVERTISEMENT. Wnlton. acroinivanled by I'rof, Kmnfc reading of it. Mr. Miller suggests some to suit his pleasure and lit the postotlice Walton, were in town Tuesday. good changes and amendments to the boxes he refused to distribute them. Miesis K tik J a my, Nannie Keiiue prctcut constitution and if backed by Prom a dispatch to the Courier-Journdy. two Crab Orchard beauties, witness his constituents he will do all in his we glean that when Mr. Marrs, who was ..,. ,....j Kftr. TSt.ta.lil t . ..l K.. j .ww... VI .!; v..v Iiatl ..illtii. ... . , connected with the Advocate, was to push them through m- of We offer for tale privately our f.irm known at -- i , , . " ' to the postmastcrship he had the Gcr'i. Andcrton place, M nul from City, are with relatives here. They are on the pike, 0ui i.jncon wu( Wo believe, compare the papers coming to the olllce for dis good dwelling Liberty ms and containing 43 a.re, well watered of 6 rex Call contemplating making this their home. favorably with any county in the State, given an extra fold so that on or aJ.lresi us it HustonvilK-- Ky ELLIS, tribution JOHN' Mr. asci) Mtw. Win Baknrs l when the gentler sex of her common exactly tit the boxes, and f MARY ELI. IS through Tuesday from a two weeks stay j aeiOQ ttmehers are taken into considora- - they would when ho surrendered tho olllce to Mr. at Ureon Briar to their home at Lexing tion. The town has been full of them Van pelt the Advocate men continued ton. for the last few days and the young man Drug3, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oil's and Window Glass, Wall with three exceptions to give their paMn. Albbkt Cunu, of Allegheny, Pa., whose thoughts would not turn to those per thecxtra fold. But their last issue, clfer for ale privately my Farm known s the Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, grand secretary of the railwavaironts'as-s-Ktation- , of love at the Mght of them, would be Stanford and owing to a delay iu its publication, was old Levii Luntfsrd place, near the t" Dix Ktvcr, Lancaster pike, and running nearly Jewelry and Silverware. was with Mr. W. M. O'Bryan tH only for treasons, strategems and has tent to the olllce without the extra fold containing 112 AcreslandIt is well impnned, culhis week. is in a fine state of spoils. Ch1 cutcrn, ami the and in consequence the postmaster re- tivation Call mi nr addrt-i- me at Gillxrts Crerk, e Mhs. O. V. 1.II.RY returned to is I. WITHERS. fused to handle them. The editor re- Ky Havi.no bought out tho stock of Her brother, Joe Wednusday. PostI will conof Mrs. Kate Duddorar, ported the matter by telegram to Railroad Tho Jones, accompanied hor and will spend a ANN'UAL THE tinue the business at her old stand. I master General Wanamaker, and Mr. 3 few clays with her. O Cf3 and Vanpelt received instructions from that U was ask a share of the public patronage Wims last heard from the elitor pledge that it shall be my iutontiou to source to handle the papers, as they i a enjoying tho balmy sea breetea at Old n Sl please nil with fair dealing. About weie given to mm as best fie coum, ami C n Point Comfort, Vii., as woll as partaking I will receive a large line of write a full statement of the case immeof the deliu'htful surf baths. 5' department, fall millinery, which I invite the ladies diately to tho rii.i.vs- &, X Col. I), ti. SiAi'iiiiTKn, of Green Briar, 5' to vicinity to call and ex which he did. Things have surely conic He informed of Stanford and was down Wednesday. w .Mrs. M. r. tilkin. to a pretty pass when a newspaper ma HSsptato 2d and Continues Five Days, amine. us that his crowd had thinned out con- & can't even fold his papers to suit hin O u biderably, but thitf otheis nro yet to Tub Teachers' Institute is processing self. o p c i uiie. Superintendent Miss Kate nicely and CREATTROTTINC RACES EACH DAY, I'aiihon tho expression, please, but the 2 a Mns. Jknnir Dr.v.v has cqnlrlbutod Bogle has a riuht to be pioud of the ti of ball leide running rani, por. races and mule much to the attractiveness of the Insti. teachers of Lincoln county, all of whom "rottenest of.nll rotten" gained races o -O . vocal are acquitting themselves creditably. that has been played on the grounds to tute at this place by her splendid o Monticello Prof. J. T. Gaines, of Louisville, is giv- hero for many a day was that with the music. and instrumental s o ' ri signal. ing entire satisfaction aud the teachers Crab Orchards and Springs nine combin- With parachute drop on 3 w th,fnt and latt days of CJ to Mn. and Mns. T. K. Clkixa.ni, of are being greatly benefitted by his pe- ed apainst our boys, Tuesday afternoon. inc rnir f Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. Washburn, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. culiar faculty of imparting his knowl- Both nines played very poor ballnndthu I.arncM prcn mm list ever offcred. Flvral Hull J S WELLS, Ph. Q. Preao. Oik. H. DANKS, Jowolor. up like more attractive than ever before. Kxeimions and B. of Mr. edge and experience to them. Some 33 consequence was the score ran C lelland, of Mercer, are guests reduced rates on all railroads. w. ,. l. n. . the names of years apo. On account of and Mrs. A. G. Kastland. teachers have answered to the J. M. HALL, Prtxidtnt. K P. I.OWRY, Secretary. J0.t MooiiKand Fields Jame- and the entire county is well repiesetjt-ed- . considerable squabbling tho gaiuo was MibiKs Salmi: S1ANFORD, Ky ,Vainbuct, Cp,. son, who have been guests of Mrs. G. 0. Tuesday was taken up with gram- delayed and tho Crab Orchard boys quit Givens, returned Tuesday to their homes mar, Civil Government and Composition in the middle of our portion of the Blue-Gra- ss at Paris. They made many friends dur- nnd each subject was discussed by two last inninir, claiming that darkness preing their stay hero and their depaiture or more of the teachers, making the in- vented their seeing tho ball, the score VOIZ SALE. caused n general regret. Short llanil, Ttltvraphy.Xe 9 Hook stitute botli interesting and profitable. then standing 2(3 to 29 in their favor. The IV Mr Write for Catdtofue and full Information. EsaWMIO iNTnitiouJoi'BN'ALs had already made 7 Wishing to unit f.irmin; I will offer for Jale on left Wednesday for Wednesday Hluvey Helm Home and School the jmmiies, on Pineville, where he wijl likely locate to Government, Arithmetic, History and scores in their portion of the Uth inning practice his profession, law. We recom- Geography were on t'-- programme and and as tho C. O's. had finished their inx, FOR SALE AT a BUUfl. mend him to the good people ol that tho various views of teaching each of the nings and our boys were batting their more tracts, my in Lincoln ho will be studies was freely considered anil able pitcher unmercifully, hail a man on 21 In one ornear the Uanwlle farmHu.tcimllc Co e, plnce and assure them that ,V itualcd Onactountof cnitinutdhad health, I doite to 3$ nulii from Shelby City, and iontaiuiti We(delre to sell pmately oar farm of loo an acquisitian to the town, both from a speeches were made by Prof. Gaines aiyl and another on :?d, with not a single tll privately my farm of ,2 Acrrs of including brfclc u J Ac es,uitn tine improvement!" Und at a bargain, in a fine state ol fertilit. social standpoint. of one out, wo have every reason to believe hovernl of tho teachers. A number business anil twining and good outhouses It is centrally About I.oc mon n Acros. sell ioo acres with improvements (cl .c, .ii m. ri, IiiicaMcr and Danvilla visitors attend each day and greatly en- that had the game been finished tho I. mile south cf Stantord, and tl e laying of the urm I can y without hwuation that this is Goad noigliliorhood, in half ui.K- rItj) bl the nei.ea CITY AND VICINITY. victorious. At the ly one ol tne litt lodie of land in tho natural- is superb. There are a nil ofie dwelling 10 live and near bv. county, joy thu proceedings. Rev. T. J. Godbey J's would have been ol schl .iiu' rhurc 'l .VJ.SWOPE, Hubble, Ky. induillng frai having been "nured"' for o years, is in con- 4d im game stood 10 to !) in fa- aud la liriltluL.. tlt hffnviw.r nl or.. rooms and hall, a large ba.ement barn, and all riitln .An. New ginghams and penangs at Sever- leads in prayer each morning, but tho 6th inning the tu jrw.iti..n. ai Kor further hile it c.iuicity is unsurpassed buildings new UOllT. McAMSTKU. St vor of tho home team, when our boys and cencrally d music, which has been a feature of tho ance & Son's. known ax such in the iieihUjr-rtooThere are but jo aire now under cultiPttTRILIC heretofore held, is greatly miss seemed to give down anil the visitors got vation, the balance ull t in hluegrais, timothy Three waist hands and institutes Wantkii. tneir work In tho Gth the C. O's. and clover Is was again ed. On Thursday History watered by creek and ti.ri... skirt hands. Annlv at once. Miss .il.. it mi fi ml limit nf rli,- fnr.mnnu una nmde 4 scores; "th 10; Sth 1; 0th 5, and sprinjH. The fencing ha. all been 'OLD DMFFMG SPRIRGS' . ...V- ....v...w.. ,... 11.IXV1. U within the but 18 months nnd ctery field and pasKy. B. V. Logan, Hu&tonville. as if the jig was up, but with ture has water in it The dwelling is a inodt-I spent in the discussion of it. "Theory it looked 3 Referring to an ndvertiscumu which appoured hall, pantry, renewed energy our boys got down to to story frame uiandruoms, rvith and two , tt front ell parches Ouii fashionable barber, Jesse Thomp- and Practice of Teaching" was. next and nice, ill last issued the Interior Journal in regardwirh I 7th got 1; Sth S; and 7 dry cellar rooms There arc two Urge cistern, renting cottacrrs at Old Dripping Springs. ap.war I will sell publicly in Stanford, Ky , on son, is attending tho GramlComuiandery Profs. Gainis, 1'rye and Smith gave their work and in tho room for 5s head of stock, stock to inform tho public that sinco .aid artale stable and shed up to the timo they quit. scales wheat tun. to?l shop, poultry house, tiower ed I have again leased the Lpnags and ukiK'ia j of Kentucky Colored Masons and Knight views on that subject both forcibly and in the 9th nuilui I) G Slaughter upon same carriage shwlt, pit, house, tuo 1890 learnedly. A paper was then read by Archer and Omsburg, and Patterson, of good icorn cn,and every varietymeatsmall fruit, to orchards ot in former lease between him and Jamo L. Templars at Lexington this week. Magee, were the batter tenant house of 5 or rooms Public school close The following described property r Miss Celtic Thurmond on "Instruction Lexington, and Ajj.m y ,mu cnurclic and mills conveivent of accest MARY HELLE ADAMS, Adnx. Wanted. A lady of fix years' experi- iu Traiuiug," and another, "Tho Pulpit, ies for tho C. O's, while Hmbry and PenA l the same time I will also sell all of my stock, lour good livery horses, 1 nlci phaeton pomes, of and to ciimitiriL' horse drummer cattle, milk co'is 4 buggie, one brand now, 1 ence desires a position in a school tho School and the Press as Klliciont ny and Ktnbry and Shanks played the and butcher stuff; also my entire drummer wagon, 8 or r. sets of ttagoun; BRUCE, good harness, 4 sets of double harness, a each English nnd Latin languages. Best Agents on the Morals of a People," by same role for tho Interioiis. McLaughHERD OK POLLED ANGUS CA'ITLE. farm wagons, good as new, breaking cart, i nice from aged of references. Address "M," this olllce to jack, mare Mrs. Pattie B. Hays. Both were good lin umpired up to tho 0th inning, but as Thirty head, are "daities,"animals down to suck 4 brood feed stable, buckboard,Vermont, smarcs in foal cults, yearling lings. nild 110 mistake. One good inul by Gill's givo satisfaction, Will Sever- pair workhey mules, t saddle celdingj rain-fa3. and proved enjoyable and profitable to he did not saddle colt, 7 nice Jersey heifer, most all with Theue has been an immense saddle Jewil; 2 yearling stud STANFORD, KY. nice Jersey bull calf, t thoroughbred red calf ance was chosen and nfter that no kick- colts bv mare by 4Second brid mares with colts ToHamlet; choice for this season during tho last week. It the teachers and others- present. boar, weight 350 lbs., wheat drill, lot l p'ows, Imp. ing was done. Tho game was given to by Bashfordand hogs, Londen; a ccod mule colts: harrow and'olhcr farming implements. all the crops, farming has raiued each day and on Wedneeday day a short essay will bo read by each of tho I. J's on account of tho visiting boys j head of stock Livery Stable also a lot of plunder. COMMERCIAL at Will saimirent the .Myers IIod highest bidder. SPECIAL the teachers, giving in detail tho benetime and pLicrtothe was a veritable cloud the afternoon there Terms liberal and made known on day ot sale. MRS. K. H HURNSIDE, stopping before the game was called Ctpt. T. D. English. Auctioneer. travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. Entv, E. It llurnside, dee'd. burst, accompanied by sovere thunderl fits derived by'the institute which will 48td horses and vehicles used in livery. Only by tho umpire. J. W SHELBY. afternoon. close this ana ngiuning. Orn y lAiVrtt w IitTrninn Iniinuni VHC.ILI lNILmUndUUnnHL, For. Hunt. A cottage of five rooms. 1 Wantkd, first-clas- s butter and fresh AnplvtoT. It. Wnlton. e: A. arren. toll-jMt- o court-house- Stanford Female College President. first-clas- J. S tax-paye- rs 1 CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, For Girls and first-ci;, r. Clnssicnl and Business. t , " to-da- .. . Ciov pro-min- s ROBERT FENZEL, 1 am sir .., tffltS -- 4i nnim uuuiva huu Awn r$cuci nv uu'uuiii. p ..., ; vif-i- LINE OF d CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS Just Received. Also n ' A Lot of New Glassware, Something Entirely i- C.irnrum to I MARK HiSLB.DXrc. I .1 New-York- , j (.in-ntsa- ta Vice-Preside- New-Yor- k A.A.WABBEN' "3IODEL r T .' ..... .... ...,.. 11 al ?ABM FOR For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars Jelly (ttassrs, Sealing Wax, Etc. SAXiE. Huston-Milt- -- lnM.N..I.LK.. ma."er j , , l'-- jo-t- DRUCSand JEWELRY Farm. For Salo. s lO-t- 1 Pine-vill- mil-liuor- y FIFTY-THIR- D HAMPBM WATCm, Watch. Best c BOURBON FM post-ollic- o i Two Balloon Ascensions u n roll-cal- l B MoB.03EB.TS, tourt-Hoin- A Farm BRYANT & STRATTON Business College f LLE e Thursday, October 300 '90, turn-jul- Fffl FARM FOL SAX.E. , - blue-gra- I 11 1 mf-t- d. SALE niver-fitiliiire-s- R WU Porsonsvl Property wih-ronni- - Saturday, August 30, 1 I A 11 . 1 m 1 ll 1 year-ol- d mil m m ATTr-NriON.t- I.M. V i3 d 1 M 1 - 1 1 titen-silsan- d o td first-cla- ss ) .1 1 . , f ' Bv '- EKLY iNTERIORjOURNAL LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. '"'J LABASCUS, CASEY COUNTY. I I! IIS. !' I V k I ,1 Tho Teachers' Institute fur Casey We nre still looking for tho railroad. Hope nil I believe that it wijl be here county will convene at liberty, we learn, UW Ui'Tg jitjllZuf Published Every Tuesday and Friday soon. on Mondav, Auir. J."tb. LSSSSSBBW 'JJlJl lULKN. The old Labascus tsvstodice on Trace AT up n base ball ASlTSmtiJ ammmmmfrSfaX The boy are jrettinj: county, ha been resurrectFork, Casey SC J?iSIt YKAKOK AD VVTCJC club. They have not Riven themselves ed with James Ohelf postmaster. any name yet. When not 10 paid S2.50 will be charged." Mr. William Thomas is a line speciTil; 15oii,un has the trottinpest colt men of exuberant Pulaski county growth in this part of the country, Dull' K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. being a very young man and standing 0 not excepted. leaves Rowland at 7 00 a. m , returning Train 1 i calf skins a Rirl! and Dr. Heron xis the feet and 7 inches iu his No. An It's vouth at Cloveland t s:.to p. m Messrs. Clark L nomas, N m. Pen- went to the circus and laughed so much Has lease one of proudest man in town. He 6ings and the u'nM it Pen e .V Farris nington and wife and Win. Thomas, of that he has bcon unable to stop laughing L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. trai k and will run a ,, ciicr.il whistles all the time now. Iwccti r ilet l!ie Mior t f am M Mail train going North George K. Stone is perfectly carried Forbush. Pulaski, county, are visiting since. Doetois say the show ailectod his Breaking and Training- Stable. nftpm ' " South Express train" South ttjpm nxvav with that snake story. He wants Mr. John Raldock's and other relatives braiu. ' North lie In had sufficient exppriciue to make him an " in this countv. 37am expert in the 11. ine 61011a to see its skin after it is stutled. an' his Mteswili he very Making iliroi nuehi in Central I mot i'e Local Freight North Tho Flnoat on Earth. On last Saturday, in company with South- J. W. Whiim has his new store John Raldock, the writer went tosee the The Cincinnati, Hamilton ,V Dayton R R is reasonaMe One lum a .hare of i ur patronage. pot for The latter trams alio carry pasiengers, the only line running Pullman's l'rtecttd Safpts Chicago. Muhigan Points, St Lotus, house under headway and will soon be "Blowing Spring," on Vesttbuled The above is calculated on standard time Solar Hurt .la, the Hanson place. v nil Dining Trains, with Chair 1'atlor, Sleeping Drtroit, Cleveland, Car scrvue Ixtwetm ready to occupy it anil to sell goods We were piloted to time is about 10 minutes faster Indianapolis and tau West. tho spot by Mr. Henand Clin.(tn and i the nnly line run New Knglanl, Canada, cheap. SAN-DIry Gilpin, who lives near the place. We ning l'liroufh Reclining Chair Cars bttweeu CinISokIoii, New Since the rain, corn is looking well. found the puddle or spring as represent- cinnati, Keokuktoand hprtnghcld. theandSlccplag Mailinaw, and Car Cincinnati CS Trainer and Handler of L If we don't have an early frost there will Italtimere, W'athlngtort, Philadelj hu, Only Direct Lino ed, but not so violently agitated or makQuickest time to Harrodsbutg, I'rankfnrt, Kv be enough corn made to supply the ing as much noise as usual. It appears ltctwvvn Cincinnati, I alon. l.inia. Tojodo, De- Harness and Saddlo Horses and Richmond, Snort's! an IKIilMA troit, the Lake Regions .ilid Canada. , (.tuUkest line to dealer in Fancy Roadsters. county. The road one of to be somewhat intermittent in its hab- Ohio and theisonl) line the oldest in the Stat ol W ROYAL MIMJ emcriue, Ciacistaatt over 13 Dr. Xenl has moved from the Napier 10M n a am ill per its. Iu dry weather or just befoie a rain miles of double track, and from it past record can Horses (.ought and eiperime inrythe Umnn.cent. iMttteii tears' Hotel at this place to Dunnville, where it is said to make the most noise. We more than assure its patrons speed, cosafort and C I sNDIIi.r Stanford, Ky. he will keep hotel. The doctor is a clov also learned that Mr. Hanson had lately safety d Solid Trains, haegagi cars, smoklnc " Tickets on saleei ery where, aad see that the) coaches, Pullman Ik udolr Sleepers oiiii D either er gentleman and we hope he will suc- leased his lands to a Pennsylvania oil rnad C , II .Vor Toledo. in or out of Cinntiaatt, out chaasja 11a Chatlan oga, MirmlnRham, Men,! ladunapoui lan mailing direit ionn.il. ns en louie I r h.n E. O McCORMtCK, ceed in the business. We are well assured that company. AshenUe, l.ynchburs; tad points in the General Passenger and Ticket Agent. rented the John W. Wilkinson has there must be n basin of coal oil someThis notice forewarns Viitr, fishermen and Napier Hotel and hastnoved into it. He where about the placo. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve ethers not tn trespass n om UnJs wit bout per The best sal e in the work! for cuts, bruise, satsaioa, asofall siuh wi i'n prxwiuted to Ike full proposes to accommodate the public in hllo in the vicinity ol tne wow- sotut, ulcers, salt rheum, finer sores, the law gnrl est extent At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wi'mmc chapnna1., the best style. Mr. Wilkinson is a hus ing Spring we visited another curiosity, ped hands, chilblains, lorns and allletter, erup D V. HOLMES. Ir P V L.OOAN', skin Ion, Charleston. Augusta, Maun, s . or no Dar reauir tiotts and J"H ADAMS DA posutt tler from away back and a perfect gentle- about a mile distant on the farm of Mr. est It is nosiiiveli cures givsj perlect sabslactior, PIIIl.BF.RT RICHARD' J rt M. KINNKV. Rruasssick, Lake City, Thoniesv.tle and H.i'lll R W C.MXIs guaranteed to JoHNi. t YNJC, Th only life runnmi; In! tt.uns witt; ,1 10 man; M) when you come to Liberty give Jeti Hogue, which is known ns tho old er money retuaded Price 15 cents per bos. Nit s.xMFOKIMRWIS, Mrs AIIO UtKEK KS 1UU.OU. Pullman rsuutoir nr Pafair hlit , ii'g Cars to sale by A R Penny. Stantord, Ky. For W A IMMIMON him a call and be convinced. THUS C BAM. issol ...r sonville without things tor au Davenport place. This wonder is situaM C Rr S11LI11 gers or baggage Bupopsy. It is roportod that the republicans ted on tho lower or first bottom of Daven Selma and Montgomery, H'l Mile, I'e m ,, Happy HoonlorB Plorenie, Memphis and Alt KANSAS cinta are goiug to contest the election in this port creek, between the creok and footVm. iimmons. postmaster ol tdavillc, Indiana, Shortest and quukesl to Annisloo Selins, M county in the sheriffs race. Let them hills of the second bottom, and was a writes ' Klcitric Hitters has done more for uir h bile. Direct lonnedions made at M.H i NiU (ban all other inedieinn cosunmed, for that LEAN'S without omalbus traasfet for (.a, e.i ,Ur Hihc.t of contest. There is one thing sure, we've small hill of perhaps an acre in extut, feetinc arising; Irons kidney and liver trouMc. ' p Houston, Austin, A cream of t ir ir '' s t. .1r11mcr.t Re- got 'em, and don't you forget it, for if detatched from all surrounding eleva- John Leslie, and stockman, of same plate, all in leavening tr.nirih. Atfml'iman ri presenting Mil V S'cti says "Find Electric Bitters 10 be the hest kid port. Aug 17, liig TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. they throw out any illegal votes, the ma- tions, and appeared to have been formed ney and liser medicine, made me feel like a net. Co Pension tioin. ,Vt aslurgt ' D C , can he en at Ihr man" J. W Oardner. hardware averihant. am jority of them will be 011 their side of the by an immense explosion throwing up town, tars "Electric Bitters is iut the llung f.r Joplin Houso, lYIt. Vernon, Wed- The rnly through line t" Jackson and t , , C. Miss Shrrvepxrt La., making .Urn t I'm. sVo is down and don t carr whrth-equestion, and we will still have them, tho dirt aud rock around and leaving a a maa lues or all run he found new strength, eoocl without ommhiit transfer lir Dallas LriW hi he nesday, Aug. 13, and at the dies; Austin San Auto' ia, Kl Paso and points in la a Candidate for Auditor of the S'ate of Ken- ns we don't intend to let them go bern nt crater or hole in the middle 23 or 150 feet appetite and felta just like he had aPenny s drug tucky, subject to the will Tthc Democratic party. Myers House, Stanford, R hie hind the returniug board and have it all deep. The rocks around tho crator were store Only sc buttle at A. TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFOnNIA. Thursday, Aug. 14. their own way. They are beat and of a sedimentary character and seemed n My persons di.inng no rnmg Dr. A. S. lror through rstrs rorre. t ronnty maps a .' utiti Remnrkablo Rottcuo. liouiiiics, i ti 01 ' a 'g (aims hii n they intoimati n tall on A.tm al Junction ( m Ks ought to be willing to submit to a major- to have been stratified and were lying , makes th deir to hair prsriuted !) .u .lunniji. 4l.1t or addseas .SURGEON DENTIST. Mm. iluhacl Curtain, Plainneld, HIANKW Wn.lllM ity vote and not die so hard. I under in dificrent positons; some dipping out- statement that she caught cold, which settled on Tin l'ass Agt vsui.i K H. McRoterts' Office on M.1111 street, oer C C ItAK' h her lungs; ske was ttualett for a month by Iter D 1. I !'W ,(b . Drug More, Stanford. stand that others nre more inteiested wardly and tome inwardly and there was fatally physician but gre worse. He told her ' 1' A I m I'm o( .. a hopeless victim of lousumption and that . was it, about Mr. Brausom's defeat than ho is a centre ledge wincu was standing up shemedicine could curr her Her druggsst aug 'J no 5jgrested the use of Dr King's New Discovery lor R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. himself. They propose to foot the ex- verticallyConsumption; she bought a bottle and to her penses if he will allow his name to be light found hereelf bettrlitcd from first dose M,c HUBBLE. ' DENTIST. continued Its use and after taking ten bottles she things will happen, though, used. Such After having recovered from my ill- found herselt sound and well, new decs her "n Office on Main strtt, opposite I'ortman ttosse. all through life, so let 'em contest; wu housenork an J i as well ji she ever was Irrr ness, I wish to express my thanks to the trial bottles of this Great Discosery at A. R I'm upstairs. Nitrous OudeOas mm.miaammHKW vwmnnii, MikAllAiraOCASsRr don't cate. v nt extracting good poople here bv saying that Hubble ay's drug stom; large bvttles 30c and ji. KENTUCKY. STANFORD. WAYNES BURG. is the centre of tho world for good neighAnxious Mother. My dear, it's perW. K. Singleton bought a horse of bors. Bourne A Underwood are thresh- fectly aliouiinablo tho way the men hug DR. W. ing here and somo wheat has sold at SI; you at these hotel hojsg. T. I). Gooch for SI 00. others are holding for S1.23. J. P. coming this wa look nt that coupl 15. S. Gooch is greatly improving the III LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI has moved his houso plunder to his See how mprtfully that gentluimn ' sJaJaaaf recently appearance of his house bv treating it to Office South side Mum street, in office L F Huffman. Staniord. K. - Daily, Secures to Travelers, - vacated by, Dr. father's, in Rockcastle. His stock of treats the lady he is dancing with. He a now white dress. Seth Reynolds is rejoicing over his merchandise will be sold at auction by holds lit r almost At arm's length. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE LJ-sSWS. M. Spoouamoro Iwuglit Pretty Daughter. But, ma, they arc first born, which made its appearance the Walker soon. nr 1 rr atlvm, tsd between a lot of sheep of Swinobrontl for $4. It. married. the great oppo r ,a 17th inst, a 7 pound boy. l have removi.l m) oii.ee to my . residence, our. nn mr into Kiwr anil Lhiruo 'i re. . I . L. Hubblo lost 100 sheep in tho wreck Female Cuil the fastest time and ni"St comfortable ir, site With facilities largely increased for A Duty to Youraolf. tween all potatsia the rVJiith, or to the tn times . railroad a lew days ago, I iN'iihweat It is surprising that people will use a t wnmoi, The lonnlclparl of this Iran rt n a manufacturing tobacco, M. II. Gooch is on the U. ATWOOD 1. a value ks Eiik j:jAI.LEN trunk lines is denominated The Limited riireii which ho valued at S3.S5 aud has put in ordinarT pill uhea they cau secure Acker's P.nglish ' doing a lively business and thinks he I liah one for the same money Ur. supvrl, rolling stock we employ aive. in, his claim for that amount. Wo are hav- pills are a positive cure for tick heasUche and ail I r.limi'ed Comtort & ATWOOD, will bo able to supply the very large I'lulch They are ssaa'l, sweet, raisljr taken HayMinoa, eel Mmminl m, k Is M .n liver troubles ing the stock scales moved and will be and do not gripe, for sale by A K Penny yon want to save m..ne ain. t ..le that there has always beou for the .ea.ant able to weigh anything from a pig to a ESTETE EGEETS. "Waynesburg Tlug." Futiultinformitl.il im Thompson, Cnat Sloop N'lghtu Is, f.i . wagon-loaiu a few days. J. F. Higuey Is etc, sail on ur a,.lte. Mrs. Willie Roll, wife of D. Speed the complaint of thousands suffering Irons asth- In City, Tonn. W. O CKLsll, T I'. A . v. Martord, Ky rortman House- H nKii and wife hnve made a visit to friends iu ma, consumption, couchs, etc. Did you ever try JAS HARKtrf. OVA. L.vilL. Irt Claunch, died the 17th, after 10 (lavs' Chuag. Dr. Acker s English Remedy It It the beet prepGG1YENS. (rW H M.R(IKRT. At .btanioi JAS. Casey comities and rcorts aration know n for all I unit troubles. Sold on a WM.ARli suffering with fever. She was a most Pulaski aud poor corn crops. Bud Cox is here buy- potluie guarantee at $. and foe by A. K l'tany. excellent christian lady and had been a & GIVENS, ing sheep. Sidney Dunbar was oliered A Child Klllod. member of the Baptist church from girl$t0 for his mule colt; but few have been Attorneys .at Law, Another child killed by the use ot opiates gi en hood. She leaves a husband and one ep "sesisA Mi.m ..1 Tr in s vl K D. ,P sold around here yet. Miss Kit Liein- form of soothing syrup. Why mothers give t. S St., - - Louisville, Ky. little girl, about two years old, to mourn ers, who has been visiting Miss Mary in thechildren such deadly poison ti surprising these 327 Fifth w hen the v can relieve the child of its pes u liar Philadelphia their irreparable loss. ' "Ulal-It CiUAtJS KOl-TJShreve HuildiHir Hubble, has returned to her homo iu trovtblet by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother K. Baltimore, Now York, We attended the South Kentucky contain no opium or morphine Sold by A 101 yr ThoShorteHt nnd Quickest Itouto from Louisville. Mr. Henry White and wife, Penny. All points Fast ant S uthej.t Association at Middleburg last week. of OLD Contral Kentucky to nil polnit, North (Inly one tni;tit ut tr n I rsintun. Versailles, have been visiting his fathWo Can nnd Do The body organized by electing Rev. A. Bnut, Wont nnd South-WonCorrected 1 ime Crd in I Hot Ian l. iyO Knot Dr Acker s Hloosl Kiuir, lor it has Spoona-mor- e (.ear a nice White. Lino between LuxlnKton nnd Cincinto EEETEERFORB HOTEL Moblcy moderator and W. R. Gooch er, Mr. Robert his wagon.S M. badly been fullyisdemonstrated all the people of this tout-rDaily CastlaT Accom fell from and was other preparationt for that it superior to nati. clerk. A great deal of interest was Datly Ves Datly STATIONS is a positive blood diseases. HUSTON VILLE, KY. hurt in his shoulder. J. B. and J. A. posiorung, ulcers, Iteruptions and care tor syphilitic K press Ks Sun IU. Son, pimples It puriSC1IKDUI.K IN FUTECT MAY 11, manifested in the various denominationand thoroughly huiMt up the l.vc Stanford ties the wnole is ji n n j 7 am u jt n'n No 2. P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. al interests and considerable money was Robinson gave us a pleasant call from constitution. lystesa Penny No ' A. It. " lxington. 6 iu pir ii 40 am j jopm Middlesboro last week, but did not stay la s. " Winchester 00 pm it 43 pm o torwi and reon the work. The assot raised to carrv r.i Sun. Daily Having leased the ab ,it hotel.'tefitttd Is Llfo Worth Living? K. tT. Junction long enough, say some of their best girls. pubfurnished, am preimrtd to accommodate the O00J ciation voted to unite with tlyj Cumber-live- r " Mt Sterling. Not tf you iro throu.h the world a dyspeptic. . 7 jo pas I jj pm 7 l"pta I.ve Cincinnati . I 10 a m loo p m .. stle Rates reasonable The colored school will have a big picnic Dr. Acker s Dyspcpeia Tablets art) a noeitiic care ' .Morehead lic in I il a m In, 5 u pm a 43 pm 9 el awn Lve Coviasion. m ' j ri Association for tho purpose of es Livery and Sample Rooms attached wd'l-".. ( a at Lie Falasouth.... P ro p mi 1 Jt pm Saturday night, August 23d. Miss lor ine worst lorms ui ujsfsvps. iii.kv.v., by " Ollie Hill '7 here 11 IS) a m 10 AshUnd and constipation. Guaranteed and sold Arr Paru lo jo pm 1 )5 m tablishing a graded high school sometj p m " Catlettsbur;. Arr I.ivtaRton.. u no Katie White hns returned from a visit to A. R Penny 'o aj pm j 50 nm ?" 10 i m ' 4'o pP r " Huulinston .. II 07 pm where iu tneir bounds and to put a mis 11 to a ni I.ve Part tr Kirkaville. Dr. Bronaugh was called to O 1. A barrel of whisky contains headaches, Lvc. II uatitifton.. .... it jo am Arr Winchester.. it 05 p m f sionary in the field for all his time. Arr Charlcstoa JJ 7 J" P m Arr ltlcamoad. .. see A. C. Carman, Tuesday, but ho is re curses, tears, sorrows, regrets, debts, 40 p m " Clifton Forge. .. 7 J' " DILLIONS SWITCH, KY. They will probably buy the college proj- 4 J Arr Iaacitr. P m ' I.vnchhut 11 4S am ported better now. J. J. Walker had pains, blasted hopes, falsehoods, agony, Arr Stanford. ... e sosp hi " Charlottesville Dealer In- -Dry erty at Middleburg. a jo am Lvc Richmond two mules killed by lightning some days poison, poverty, ruin, terrors, hunger, S5 p m " Waihinjten a JS 1W Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Arr lleroa 1 oj p in " llaltimore ...... 5a A $30,000 Fan. The riotous extrava-gonc- e ago. G. P. Bright has moved to his new groans, orphans' homes and serpentB. p m Arr LivinBtsm.. " PhiUdelphU. ... 6 is P" .. pa " New York Boots, Shoes, Clothing. Hardware, of tho French Court in the days houso and all are at home again. 9 so pm ,. and a " Klcliniond, Va. . t 40 pm Tinware, Furniture May Titanic llcr Stitr.s. No. 5. No. 1. N 0. t Mario mo otlicr The narrow Mrs II. Groceries, before the Revolution fan said Antoinette firing threo ormorning an ice i.ian, ntter Itikliart, Iml . tsciix-o- a premature M Scarlet, of ' OldPointComfert General Lino Norfolk tluntli is to be the was presented with a fmni four cakes of icu into tho I.ve I.UiajstOfl.. Sm im bhc sintc'v Hint lor twunty jenrt my Fancy Candies, Crois Tics, &c. Trains leaving Lcin;Wu at 11 40 10 15 a and 3:30 I.ve Iletta exchange for goods. most beautiful and certainly the most kitchen of nn uptown restaurant, enheart trout'li'il inv Krvitly I leeeatrn' worse pm daily, except Sunday ennect am Virches-t- Arr RichmondAll kinds of Produce taken 11 4J a m at Hail sinMls. hort breath llutterlni;; for KiclimoorJ, Ky. and peiatt on the K C. R I.ve Stanford costly one ever made. Thirty thousand tered the latter plac and ordered "ono couldsmotlirrlnifon Postoflice, Livingston, Ky. 7 00 a m .., not hurt trued Pain mi top sirloin, fried er cup o' In Droast, shoitlJerlelttllc hlornach Anuios R i.imueu I.ve Lancaster 7 45 a m dollars was concealed in this luxurious ami cstibule t.t Irosti NewVork.Phlladcl. Arr Richmond. to ma in corfleo an' some toasted bread." "Does huciI'mi. il.ul much lieail.iolio mid illizinfi hast, al trifle. When tho revolution came on lie thia, W'lshington andmall poiRlsStanford amies m. I.ve Richmond. no 10 p m a iu a in ... daily 11 c at 4 47 n do that often?" the waiter wan nsked. TrtTittnTit ilid tni- Cure good until I trieil Dr. Now Hcnrt Arr W inchester.. im pm 71c am nnd .I Fat mail from Richmond, Vn., dnu .ir'i partisan ladies inscribed on tiieir fans "Yes, every morning. Thoso fellows Mile Tliu lirtt ixjltK' lu'lpeU KostorattV)' nsNarv-Inia iiwiHii " soon east, Huntington, V. Va, and all local stations ar- Arr Pans 7 ami I iut, Pm )il im lor salu ut A H runny s rives Lexington at ii 4011000 daily except Sun- Lve I.exiui;ton Scasb't opens Juno It with a Grand Hop on "Vive do Roi" or "Mive la nation," ac- make n lot of money besides their wages. iinuniy curra oj P nt 7 oe am j4jrp m I'ruu store A llnw book on thy llK.wtr und day Stanford 11 jt p m. ., a jo p in 8 Jj a mi 4 ai p m I. o Patis Friday eve, June ac Dance called at 8 30 sharp. cording as their prejudices were royal or They can give us points on getting tips," Niuivei fri'O Accommodation from 01.Hill and intermediate I.ve Falmouth... Reduced rates for board and cottages till July lit. 4 n p in 9 ij a m j 16 p re oints, Richmond, Ky., and points on the K. C. Arr CoviNftan. .. 5 40 p m 10 jj republican. And ns there wero an annex- ho sadly baid. Chatter. They All rnllctl. HATES OU BOAsD rROM VU 1ST! is 6 jo p n y at rum at Lexington 1. 10, a m, daily, ex- - Arr Cincinnati ., $ jo p m 10 $6 00 ation of nimplicity for a time the elabop m 45 a in 6 The follow inu ltter Irom Mr IV. A. Thomson, 1'erWcek t Sunday Sunlord jo p m. , ,.. 1.00 of I'o.umbjs, Wit , ! rrfeiiliurly inicrcstirn;: - He sure tickets read read Coinplucciicy In IiiiU-ri-i " Day - M. V. Atlii'ii. Trains Nos. 11 and 14 run Sunday only betwect via N. X .. 50 rate fans of Marie Antoinette gave a "My wife," :lhe. "lias been trcnted for her Meal Cincinnati and Lexington, Icai ing Cincinnati i A smilo as big aa n barn door adorns liouik stomach and nervuiis prostration liy three ., i: D. Cottage Relit, per wek ntrivini; l.iiington attain Lit la m , andat a p. at and S F. n MORSi:, O. P A , Cincinnati, O. Vnrlt. two In t hi in go. one In .20.00 placo to simple devices appropriated to tho Boston countenance when it reads of (lootorv In N'-Month ' Luxlngton in. 40 arrive at Cincinnati ' ... 3.00 a republican court. Rut the simplicity tho social aspirations of tome of the peo- l'hllaiU' o pliln.oiie In Cuctn'iatL nnd ut the largo Horses fed, per Wswk m. J3fp 50 lii.titu. in lluffulo fo- - lo mom 1m 'Hihv all nay theMaysville Hranch, No 9. leaves Paris at On did not last long, for soon the luxury ple who have gono to London his Dr Miloi' UcHionillvo A ,. SPOON A MORE. fmlvil. Hut Sea, a tn and No. 11, at 545, p m, arriving at tier womlorfuliy " This should Nurviiin barbaric in many respect", of tho NaIt appears to tho belf assured Maysvllle at 10 ij, a in, aud 8 io, p m. No in nil ..oiia.iiheft. bac'tachot. clmiufPt of 10 bausod leaves Maysville at j.ij a in.sirrUtnc; al Pans at L3ts2! that society in that vast town is life, nervous tltiturlianci."!. nts, rliruinailsm, poleonic Court revived tho practices of am. No. u leaves .Maysville at 130 and 740, Ask ut A. It I'ennv Hlru store lorn free arrives at Pans at 4 15, p m. These trains art the former regime, and fans paitodk of nothing if not democratic, and lie no etc bolllr ami Ur. i!ik--' now book on tua trial dally except Sunday. longer wondera at the attraction it pos- Nerves ami Iluurt. the new richness of spirit. The last runs dally from Lexington to Cincinnati Jj , y I'nllttrcr. in r.Mc. No 43 leaves Lexington 10 00 am; arrives Paru proiuinentappcarance of the fan as a fac- sesses when everybody who icu't M'i'i'af In l.usinris, in RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. People 10 4 j am; except Sunday succeeds without difficulty in get- morality, tail in tn ir.y wuit. anil In tn in li.iiipincts No 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 10 pm; arrives Falmouth tor in history was when tho Dey of Al- ting in there. Boston Session opeim Sept. 10, 1800. Herald. lionlth. A weulc hi' rt Is oftmi an unsuspecti"! 7 10 pm j oxcept Sunday giers insulted the French Counsel by No. 7 leaves Falniouth 6 ooam: arrives Cincin cntite of fntlurc tn lit". If the iilood does not Three Colleges. Thirteen Departments. clrculnte proiioily In tliu Imiu's, tluru is shortnail 7 am; except Sunday. .Sport at Dultitli. Classical, Scientific, and Commercial touching or striking him on the cheek. ness of breath, asthma eto ; in the brain, Train Notes No t runs I.exing The people of Duluth wore entertained hcad.u'lie, etc , In tho Ktuinnch. wlml, Courses. Expenses moderate $180 to This was immediately followed by the ton and Cincinnati, No is the Ciniinnati and Lexington. dally between h'tweeo runs daily spoils etc , tn the liver, tmln. IndlKevtion, fmnt Attendance last session 326, from occupation of tho country by the French on Friday by the captains of thrw tugs, torpidity, congestion, oto Pain In the left side, f240. Nos a and 6 male connections at Wiuchcstci who had a raco ton milos away and re- khouliltr and otoniach Is caused by heurt strain 2; states and territories. lor points on the N N ,V M V Ity and its conipiest and annexation. Miles' New Cure for I'or full information and catalogue, address turn, with safety valves tied down and Kor all those maladies Dr IMPORTANT.-Trai- ni ol this line now arrive remedy Sold, Is at and depart from the Central Union Passengir furnaces full to tho doors. The pldawuro tho heart and lungs the best by A. It. I'oniiy. 0 Tlie lato legislature cost the State puarantced and recommended L. H BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor Station Cincinnati, making connections for all points North, Kast and West andtheconstitutional convention will of the populace was only marred by tho Treatise free lioon' Through tickets and baggage checked to any fact that there was no to Wives A cost at least as much more. Tho new destination reached by a railroad. Free 1'resn. Hjvihi; used "Mothir Hriend," I would not For full particulars address any agent ol the Co, be without it It'isab.on tn w;vcs who know constitution tomes high, but the peopl or painful or leal of they must Pulp manufacturers are deeply inter- chlldhirth. pass thtouzh the Iowa. Write thet W I. Ml'NSdN, Trav Pais Agt , Cincinnati. must havo it because they think they Mrs C Mebnre. S. F. II. MORSK, Gcn'l Pass'g'r Agt. ested in an electrical method ot reducing ilradncld Kesulatur Co., Atlanta, Ga for lurthrr 11 want it Glasgow Times. Sold by ail Drui.u. CuiLiniuil O. particulars ss. tho wood in tho manufacture of pulp. H K HL'NIINOroN, i,e Vre. t md Gen I st. Tutor's, at Rome, has a seating ca- By this process it is claimed tliat tho fiber DKUNKENNES3-TH- E Manager esW I,lQUOIt HAD made by the Lexington C.fNKh l. (1FFICFS pacity of 54,000 perrons; Jt. Paul's, Lon- is manufactured so cheaply that the o In all the World thoro la but one , imlie run miurreKiiilduig iniati,0 pulp business will be revolu' Ionized, Roller Mills Co., Lexingdon, 25,000; Notre Dame, til, 000; the caeuro, Dr. Haines' Ooldon Speeltlc. aud can be iven thedral at Milan, Italy, has a seating ca out. the digesters now in use le driven theIt knowledge of in a tup of tea or coffee vith on ton, Ky. sale by all the person taking it, effecting a speedy and permanent cure, whether the patietit first-cla- ss painty of 37,000. an Grocers. Is a moderate drinkir Judge James M. Shacklefonl, of Indi-an- Tnousands of ilrunrards or have alcoholic wruck TO I FE nk been cured who (J. W. Bronston, tt Madison negro, appointed jndgo of a court iu Okla- have takrn the UoldcnKcSpccirlc In their coffee Qcnewl and NEUV0U8 nKDlltfi'i fail to use Cream DIMINISHES ""Bn-ruFr- , was jailed at Lancaster for attempting to homa territory, took his son with Iiiui as without their knowled, and to diybolc e they can wetlfnen of ' Body and Kind. EtTtetl l nil quit driukingof thrtrown freewill. No JSOOK secure monoy.on a cheek signed dy Joo cleric of the court. The fion jmd olerk has "law . if you good llubesl, Aable ClFfYriM n ft results from its administration. Cures guar;trsfllaKK,lSIKlUlHnOK"i'8"wi anteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Ad. s. Collins, of Isichmond. Mr. Collins rccintly distinguished himself by marry- dress in a.t 7 1. continence Ooldhn Srcinc Co., iS and a happy Cook. Bea testllr rroi tu butts. a4lllklTaitlTM.....HrllelbeiL tardea Owatrltt. ing a Cherokee. claimB that it is a forgery. HaceSirtet. Cincinnati, O. PBIpVj'nJ'A'!.. a lirttr. nillet (sealetirree, " Semi-- V Fort-uian- 's Carrier swallows are now used in TEE CQEUERCIRL HOTEL France by the military authorities inJ. II OWENS, Manager, stead of pigeons. A test was recently made at Rauboix, aud 13 of the birds Hnrrocisburg, - Kontucky. were given absolute freedom of wing for t hale taken this mml.ir h t) the first time. They fiew iu dill'eient di- and intend to run it charge eiclass manner in rer in a first nuil in about 20 minutes one lespert It is heme papcied and pam'nl (1, r.i rections top to Nitloin, the hdiling is and ing rrnx came back and perched on the trainer's ctenlliinc. done I mak, it plvoant and ite fcr guests. Thetaldr si all nexrr lc ur as-eoutstretched finger. In half an hour evl hotel. in this section J 11. TNS 1 in ery swallow was Ixick. I P URfeS ffl j' 110 nfort-aM- e d 9-- atoZWszjsvfasP C. L. CHOW - iW5 11s 1 S"1 1 VrVlXTX AT x . 1 b-- ir Cim-lnaat- i, 111 C. T. 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I i 11 A- '' Central sea-s-o- n. n Bos-tonia- University m 1 nuy-bod- dlzz'-tius- i, The BEST FLOUR T 4 110,-00- lj-tra- it CREAM For mm&m 'MQ THERS , FLOUR want LtbitNS r.,nto CrilLD.P'sHSri fMKE s",c?TH.&ASy en-tir- T-- C 111 . mfmwmmjs o ri "J&gni"SfmLo '' a, hannfu-etle- ct Don't Flour Bread mjm mm mm msm anssavai !... airrss ERIEMEDIOAI.CO.. BUFFALO, M.Y. .,1