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STOTICE. -- NO. 51 leave without having his trip-slic- k at- - Heed's House ami rebuke the partisan CHURCH AFFAIRS. tnchud, so I compress all the eiijoytuent meanness which caused that bodv to take Kid. W. C. Thnrp's meeting at AthWhitk Sru-iiiritjMis, Aus. S2- .-j ! , iljt0 All pcrtont that know lhemrle Indebted ti Lot on Main short ft 8jmw (W loaaii,i0. Wise's seat from him and give it to Street in Stanford the Dix Rncr. Wlme ol A Gamrd County ens. Kayette, brought 2l into the fold, pilnrimnetomyold ., Turiiplfc-foor W,,L, or lnm, or fur; mund Waddill, solely because he is a Contait ins i .- jres. lite Tate's Creek Association con- - toll, will come (tibsiriptinn, or .is lond'tnenRoinjfr to forward and cttle wiih it ia home ends as muni with a short stay .'flOHlllf, T.. uvmtt, as it ilinu)-- ) pliant .11114 iriowuiihlu tool, W1C-- could T R NVLTO.V,Stan(erd. at the Saratov of the South, the always U( W1 ,r0Wt,..,,t ori.,', lhe cIerk prevar. ll0 rt,Huiion to vote for the Force bill. the V;"08 W,U tI,e Ba,ttot cl,urch her0 t0- - tho expcriM" of uit Ihn biisinea muit be tet- Terms eay. tlwl at once C M. SPOON'AMORK, rieident 44 inviting and truly delightful (iieenbrlor icntet HKjk ii Qiitlnr tfttitu Iwt calil tifttir " twtt tinman rw tvitlk ulitfti Ifotwt )imoit frt HARRY A. EVANs, s meeting in Woodford, ...,.., .In . I... -White Sulphur Springs. With its grand had niHv.Ml...t.n.,i...i.inil .....,.' -I)r-"Onr nw ' ' : "' V, : FHAXK MAUIMOK. Central Hotel, one of tho largest build. "I have but one vacant room and that is tration. our own enumeration and Our which wa: held in a large tent, resulted JAS. G. GtVENS ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, in :t additions. nigs of the kind in the country, and a otV(.ry desirable." Without Wing nble certiflcatiou." Waddill did vote for STANFORD, KY GLYENS Dr. Converse, who is staying at Lin- hundred cottages, it can accommodate to uH.eifo.itivcly on the first proposi-- 1 tho abomiuntion. but it nettled his polit-ovietta Springs, preached nt tlie I'rosbyte- .OCXI guests and this Benson, like all r ...... ... .. ill, KiHO,lt.. M,fl,l,.iice ical bash forever. HEAL. ESTATE, Engineering- and Surveying in .lo The decent men of all branches. other of the Virginia mountain resorts, flint the latter part of bit remark win as hi. own party now repudiate him and rittn church lure .Sunday. - Kev. I!. F. Clay will retire ns State its cipiicity has been fully tented. The ptiumrlysniret'titivo of truth us wroofs of be sceini: the handwriting on the wnil torrid tcmpcratuic thttt prevailed during Holy Wilt, for the room fronted land declares that he has had enough of Con-grt-- s evangelist of the Christian Church this Town Loti, Cl, Iron and Timbr Lands bought I cr sold on Commisaion, Correspondeuce week, and lilder J. H. Jones, formerly of .1 solicited line and July drove everybody nblo to ward and was as holai a Imke-oveloi yr and would not serve another term Carlisle, will take his place. nilurd it to tho mountains and the rtsoit As the young military otlkvrn nt Fort for anything. A decided case of very The dedication of the Christian lmvo retried a rich harvest in tnanairers feo1,r Kfnpes Bouse and at Crab Orchard For Sals, In the Mh district Hen. church nt Kingsville ress Monro ami tlie naval In the corporate limits of will occur next i jnscuence. It takes a grent ilenl of eon of the nrente3t gener r from the always anchored in W. H. F. 86 Sunday. Kid. J. L. Allen will 'officiate It J. DARST, Rowland. iimiifv, tlioueh, to pay even tho interest the lieautifnl harbor in front of the hotel, al aud erandest man the world almost if ili Acres, locaA House and I. t, and a big baskot dinner will be spread. ted at Cral' iin.ti.ird, lon'ittint; Ln,iia the Sla-viKy , anT n the $I,W),000 invested here mid the without furnish a ereiinia! supply of desirable tins produced, was jtropertj . one Mock Irom Dep t 1 he houie Kverylody invited. Htm khohlers rmoly enjoy a "divvy" un-.l- i c ,ntam six pa.iou room, one Lull e porch, one opposition and i likely to lie elected In the !fl never lacking for atlwaux, the place open porch and ;iirtico, with all riccr.iry It is stated tlint Sam Jones' brother MT. VERNON, KY. r tlie most favorable circiimstnncee. (..ill on O II. Kdmutotl, tractive specimens of female loveliness, same manner. He is an able nnd popu- Joe was so oHetiively vulgar in his ser- Crab Orclurd, Ky., or mldrvisI'meMlle, K or mi- - at Tfierenre a groat many distinguished nnd This old and Hoteljis still maintain in lavish profusion; and the way lar mun and if tlie rads should put up a mon at a recent camp meeting hAMl EL IILAIK.'M I) t that a delfrom nil parts of tho country inc itt fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spethey do display their charms in tho Imll- - man nuninst him, he would not get votes egation of christians waited on him and cial attention to the tra elm? public. Leie, including our own (.iov. Jnmrs (1. room and on the liearh is euoneh to enough to give even the body that is demanded that he apologixe, M. P NEWCOMD, Prop., i which he the millionaire boomer mid pro--i livens, Mt Vernon, Ky. make a stone man's mouth wator and ruled by might rather than right a gem did. inter. 1 saw him Inst night with a Hiuwfe n tin itatntr timrxiiU of teiuntiiit? blnnce of a sho'v to seat him. The detn haw finished m m w Sw Mill on the Sompr-Communion services will begin at iH(hty pretty girl, far from the glnre of femininity glide befoto his enraptured oemtic party teems ta be in a thoroughpike, 7 miles trm Mant'.nl nnd arp SHIMiLES heelfctric llghus, apparently In clover up gitxe. l'anidoxiral as it may appear the ly united and determined condition and the Presbyterian church Friday evening, toi (umish an kind or I.IMUKR. sell I , I.OwEM l'RICl the luin when tlie pastor will be assisted by Hev. beratatthe mill or dlner, ts sjit will ha.ers. Cine 1 dm neck, Th governor U not nmch KENTltKV pur I should not he surprised if a solid dele- ladies seem to lie more fully drossed to Mr. Heddleston. There will be preach- me a trial I'tst)th. e, MAYWtiOD, K f a devotee of Terpsichore, but he evi ' J.''tion of democrats will represent the ing go into the water than into tho dancing A H. HAsTIN on that evening and also on Satdently knows all the Infest and most ap-ppavilion. In the one they are buttoned .Mother of statea and statesmen in tlie urday morning and itt night. A deacon ed "holt" taken by thoie who do close up to next Conaree-i- . The republicans are very and one the thrpat in a looee-Httin- g elder will lie elected Saturday. SALS AT BASMH, thread the dreamy maaeti of the sduc-tt- c garment, which would bo the pink of evidently "not in it" over thore to the The camp meeting of the CumberwnlU, and if lit was tint teaching formerly were, 26, 27, 28, 29, but for tho abbreviated skirts tent Unit they land Presbyterian church, which has On account of continued bad health, I deirc to them to tlie fair voting creature by hin and the display ol beautifully-roundeAlthough there are but four of u, sell prnaluly my farm of 320 Acres of been in progress for two weeks at I'iw y land at a bargain, in a fine state ol fertility Would side then appearances are deceptive. My while for the other theee are hid-- , ny a year has elans! since there was a Fork, with Improvements. Location one Crittenden county, closed with mile 200 acres Stantnrd, and the laying of the farm Competition Open to the World, HUspM-iotiwore fnither continued, too, den by liutfraiid perfumoii skirts and as if family reuuion. We came about as near south of over ((0 conversions. This is rather an is superb. There are all of the necessary imI'V hit ultortivv attempt to assume the Free. in compensation therefor the throat and it on this visit, however, as we may ever provement!, including a frame duelling 01 five The mot attractive Pioam eer offered. iiilddike and bland cast of rouuUMiance bosom ate left no bare that in many cases exect to in this world, since Tom loaves innovation on camp meetings. Wo had rooms and hall, a large hutcincnt barn, and all buildings new Kur further information, apply to wi.uJ. usiiallv charactriar8 his hand there is nlwolutely nothing left for the Tuesday to make his homo on the other taken up the idea that they wore solely 48- - im Itt HIT. Mc.VLISTEIt. Stanford s un? physiognomy, lint 1 promised imagination. Itoth displays furnish fine end of the continent. He, sister and I for worldly pleasures. 0er the fastest mile track in America. Hector W.Y.Sheppartl will, between the governor not to tell on him a I'd I material for the tludy of the nuntomy of fully appreciated the sweet privilege of now and Sept. 1, move to Danville, where FREE Ladies and children will be adm.ttcd iicxer break a proniiev. the female form divine, of which science being together again, aud only tegretted lie will Free the first day. in the future residf. Having en I tarried u few dayi at the village 1 desire to sell tny (arm of ahojt acres, sitube with us. It was a 130 Spmci,lit,r?1Mona" we are peculiarly fond, and cause tho that lid could not at reduced rates. miles north uf Stanford Moral Hall open every day and will be a feature liere I first tww the light, some well, Ic&i gifted in physical attractions of tho pleasure that only those who have espe-soft- larged his territory, he makes this move ated about i! pile, opposite the old church on the Hush llranch There pf the hair, tor further information and cataso ns to be in tlie centre of hi working' are about 50 acres in wheat and rye; the balance logue, address the Secretar) ui matter how many veats ago and sex to roll their eyes in holy hor- - rienced it tan form any idea of, and will district. He will tn'timnthy still retain his place of the farm well set kitchen and Good dwelling many of inykinsin-opl- e w;eie and friend ror. The man who lives far inland and be rememliered by each while life and of four rooms and a splendid new THOS L. MArIsN? s'ecrVtST" it stilt ctijov its uudi&turhod and ponroful mUroe the chance to see as mueh of the) love shall last. May the (iood Lord, here as rector ovor M. Philip's church. barn; ven well watered and fenced. Possession J.can immediately. For particulars, se be el P. Mr. Sheppard and his most esteemed llailcy, Stanford, or write the undersigned at e existence. Thti nlare hn grown but lit-- t women as he can hero, may onjoy thy Who has kejrt us thus far, grant us E. WITHERS. family mo highly appreciated hero aud Cincmaati, Ohio. ' ju a century and it people heem con-t-that comes from ignorance, but he other perfect union, both here and here-- much regiet is expressed nt their change We want to sell our Farm private'y. It has 10S to let what they think well otiongh .A SPLENDID. ill miss a great deal of tho Imtutty of after, s the united praver which shall .,cr,et,in ? fine,,,n"-- ' "' culiiuitiin and lies near of residence. Harrodsburg Democrat. a tie. lanv of the old familiar house life. As for myself give me the folly of oft ascend Hubble, Lincoln county Call on or address us at Mr. sheppard will preach at the College WASBORTIBi Gil STOS & BtUU FABH Hubble, Ky moldered into mills and more are wiedoui in such matters. lleforo these few lines are scanned by HEUKING At MENEFEE. "" m .wlv doiue so, hut otherwie the changwill Chapel here next Sunday night. AT PUIVATL SALE a change comes the unfortunate reader my outing It ia wonderful what es are fow einco my childhood days. The over the spirit of a woman resumed the MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. when she have endod and I will To close .1 partnership e offer at private s,ale our looks just the (i.imt old court-hous- e common, every day round of a trend-mil- l .irm ot dona n bathing cult mid enters the briny F. B. RILET, Proprietor. , . .... A young lady of Massachusetts, one (Mm.-the mit.ic of the cbunh Itells waves, i lie modest utile creature who ' avlnlaiiiiu U till, fttttf... wllll.ll nil! I'llltl -- .....,...... London, - - bisn t ('bunged, nor the buildings that Ims grow n very of the victims of the disaster at Quincy, Nearly Five of h to hoar from Mltor thHlk.hUMts.leaiin 1. I them, and but for the now tmcte of I hav e ram ed to my new of which biqught eo much mourning to Hoteljind am better Near Moorcsvilte Washington county. ui.-- n twin. r.. ointh.wl in t hlr bright since its invasion by n bevy prepared than ever to accommodate the public. t ie liiklmi of my former fnentls aud i," , beauties. been married I wish it would always stay Louisville, was to have ,1,1i1,h111-,i- Uj u.m ,,1UV -Uood Livery attached and every convenience deThis Farm is turnpike next mouth to a distinguished young from MoorcsviUesituated on the is about loleading sired. Give me a call. thH.dHei.co of ttiose who hare croe.l to Chaplin and miles wk , wnnla ,, M wM lls clean, and that life would 77 IKHll U0 miM nmn FRANK RILEY. from SprmsfKtld, 7 mites from flloomlwld, 5 miles to the other shore, it would have Heomed um,or ,he w3Chltarot,Ilg oBtWxa o tut. always liens pleasant wttlitn as it lias Kentuckian. from alley Hill, a depot on the railm.id between 1 I Mt itb Only a few couples live to celebrate llardstowti nnd Springfield, and about an hour's .it it was but yesterday that C. A. BENEDICT & CO., water, aud allow her yielding form to be been to me without for the last two thoirgolden wedding. But tho other day run from Louistille.of 4'there is on the Farm a good W. P. W. le.ir old couthies. In Stanford I pas encircled by his brawny arms without weeks. comiiirtablc house rooms, ithc mam building, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cunningham, of Delaware, a brick, hawn; burned a ycvir or so ago, and all Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, f )r a rather youu man, and as n matter thinking any more of it than if he was of possessor Ohio, celebrated tho (JOth anniversarv of necessary farm buildings, consistingotiggystables, Mrs. CJ rover Cleveland is the f fait I am not as old ns 1 am vrood, but corn cribs, granary, smoke house, TANFORD, KY. house, another "gal." I might relate some of diamonds, tlie total collection of which, poultry house and yard and two large tobacco I am p.iln fully reminded here their marriage. They are both hale and barns A good portion of this land is in blue by the charming personal experiences in this Wells drilled to order and Pumps lurmshed at grass, timothy and clover and has a bruntiful sup- factory prices. pet nnd unmounted, is estimated at fully hearty. and associ-at-- rt KM bairs of my ,0 ply of water, w.ell distributed in the line myself, but for the fact that a cer- STtO.OOO. On the day of her marriage she A peculiar marriage occurred in Lou. different pastures and fields; and the whole is in a that tune is nipidly taking its flight tain lady reads this paper regularly, even cultisatiou. received a magnificent ring and a neck- isville tho other day and Pete .McCroiy good state ofFarm, which In short.it is ahtghly an 1 that we shall all shortly make room productive the crops of grasses, if die is not a paid-u- p subscriber, and' I grown on it yearly attest lace of solitaiies from her husband and nnd Miss Annie Staken were the con- - grain and It is another, and, let us hope, n better an incontrovertible fact that Washington conn know her well enough to be uware that diamond pins for her hair from Secreta- irucuug parties, .voout a moiltll aco land, has been selling 3 to 50 per cent, cheaper When I note the number Keueratiou. discretion is tlie better part of valor in ry anil Mrs. Whitney, but tho first dia- McCroiy lands of like I am of those whom death has claimed nnd see became enraged at Miss Stak-eu'- s thanState, ,inda this character in any other part of work inwell prepared to bore wells and will do the the has undoubtedly been due to a icood manner and promptly tlie di.cuMoii of certain gioat questions mond ring Frankie ever possessed was others with actions and shot her through the the fact that the county has been without railroad heads and of taciluies. until the past two years. No county in the dav. At One Dollar a Foot. given toiler by one of lierHutlalo friends. head, the wound at which time was the State mites finer hones, cattle, grown up ehildreu, I cm appreciate the s, The old adage that It is good to praise It was a tiny little star of diamonds and thought fatal. She pulled through, how- grain or tobacco. Our sole rf asori for offering to Call on or address me at Stanlord, Kentucky. sentiment of the ouk written by one L. T.SMITH sell this farm is to close our partnership, and to a who visited his old homo after many tlie bridge that carries you over safely she wore it upon her little finger the ever, and on going to McCrory's cell, man wanting good land, well located, at a low and on good cheapest applies with even more appropriateness day she became Mrs. Cleveland. Since where he was confined for the deed, she price in Kentucky terms,use c will sell thennd eurs, a verse of which runs: No farm to go West, you'll I want to sing a few when von see this land. To to a railroad, nnd ' Hut few ware left to this time, upon birthdays and at Christ- assisted him in making bond and after say so,want this land we w ill say that parties who Tans, might is suscepit linos of praise for the Chesapeake A ad few were left lo know, tible of division and we will sell to suit purchaser. mas, Mr. Cleveland has always present- his release mairied him. Call on us on the place or address us at Moores-sillWho played with us upon the freest, Ohio. "Under its broad and liberal man- ed his wife with diamonds. The unset A C .V JOHN TAYLOR K). Some twenty years ikh " In Memory of Mrs. Bourne. E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor agement it is oueof the safest ns it is one stones of Mrs. Cleveland's collection are It was imleed a pleasure to meet iiaiu of tho most picturesque thoroughfares in not very large ami some of them are a The following resolutions of respect Blue-Gra- ss e those who are left of tho old set unit talk the country, nnd it is doing tlie No Hotel in Kentucky has a b'tter reputation, little off color. She has some elaborate were adopted by tlie "Ladies' Aid Socand its proprietor is determined that the memories of the long ago, "bemerits. Tho jewel cases, too. Tlie unmounted gems iety" at its meetiny, Aug. 21): business it line service oer shall be maintained. SALK. fore wo know that time would bruit; onu road-beWe are called upon to uiouru the loss is in perfect order ami the pon- are arranged in little cabinets of inlaid shadow o'er life's happy dream." derous engines which draw the long train wood, nud tho cabinets nre provided of our dear sister in Christ, Mrs. Virginia Wishing to 11111 firming, I will olfer for sale in He has recently added to its appointments on the premi-eIt is very gratifying to noto that evi-- d oi vestibule cars that compose the "Fast with tiny little nests of cotton and in T. Bourne, tiod, out of Hisinfinito wism-ethat Old Virginia is awakeung Flying Virginians" dash ovor its heavy tliein tho diamonds rest. Kach nest has dom and love, has called her to be with from her uioru than Rip Van Winkle rails with lightning speed and with as its number ami the memorandum book Him, tlierefoie be it In one or more tracts, my in Lincoln Co sleep appear on every hand. Doom near absolute safetv as is ever nttaineiUn tells after each number, the time uud 1st. That while wo bow in situated near the Danwlle farmHustutiwlle turn- , A First-Clas- s Livery towns have sprung up here and theiej railroad travel. If you have never seen place of purchase, besides the value of submission to His holy will, knowing pike 3' miles from Shelby City, and lontaiuing To accommoda'e the demands of his increased He transient patronage. He.t Turnouts furnished and in most cases are backed by fiouie- - or ridiltu on tho F. F. V. you have an the stone. Mrs. Cleveland is fond of ex- that dear doeth all things well, and that Commercial Travelers and others. sister in Christ is sweetly restour thing substantial. Many people have experience in store worth enjoying. It hibiting hor jewels. ing in His love and presence: that she I can say without hesitation that this is naturalmade large fortunes by judicious invest- - is made up generally offrom four to six no longer sees as in a glass darklv, but ly one ol the lest bodies of land in the county, and having been "nursed"' for ao year, is in con! Here are two gems from oue of Sam fnce to face, with her Lord and Redeemincuts and $100,000 men nre as common Pullmans, a dining car, a day car nud iruin-j0r,jiimrj- ly r -, T FOR SAIiSI .... G"rant j er ' 5 EERJKQE. - f , I'iiievillc, kl Kentucky. For Sals Twenty Huildiiijr Lots Ron-lan- men-of-wa- Ie. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. -t ji-ipi- ITEW SAW MXIL. 1 A-- S3-- " et LEAiraTOJNr, 43-- iy r.. ' mm i Aug. d ma-limb- s, and 30. blue-cras- s t-- ll TWO RACES EACH DAY Farm Por Sals. er "!"' "is an-hlls- nt w FARM FOH THE SAX.3B J i l.ie RILEY ...... HOUSE, I- T "-'- Hundred Acres, Kentucky. ! Uiti.r ,,,,, j ; ' -- never-failin- g r tob-icc- WELI. 34-- BOBIBTG. 'M blue-gras- gtet, THE MYERS HOUSE e, m-- 6) laud-of-fle- A Farm d iron s, s Wednesday, Oct. i, 1890, Pool aud BilllarcrParlors Stabte About 300 Acres. j j several baggage cars, their platforms and moud continues on her steady upward connections so arranged ns to give tlie ( ourso and real estate for miles around whole the appearance of n continuous sells at fabulous prices. It is safe to say car, from which you can walk from that no city in the country, certainly not "eend to eend" almost without knowing in the South, has improved so much in where one car begins or another ends. It ' every way since tiiat terrible day L'5 years is said that this train is tho finest in the ngothoodof last April, when it was world. Certainly one could hardly by the Federal armyand its largo-- agine more elegance or conveniences, ly most valuable portion laid in ashes. Splendid meals are prepared and served Magnificent business houses nud pala-- ns you skip along 10 or 50 miles nu hour, tial residences are the rule, instead of and sleeping, reading, writing nnd most the exception, nnd tho grand old capital anything else can be carried on as well of the beloved Confederacy is striding as at a hotel. Lighted by electricity and right along to its destined gieainess. Tho heated by steam when necesary, with growing crops in the State are n'l look- - every appliance for ease nnd comfort iug well. Tobacco isespecially good and known to man's inventive genius, tho F. the com crop is said to be the best for F. V. is truly a thing of beauty and a joy many years. Takiug everything into forever. I am under no contract to ad consideration, therefore, we are proud to vertiso tho Chesapeake it Ohio, but when remark that the Old Dominion is doing I see a good thing I want to tell tho pretty well, I thank you. readers of the Ixtkiuok Jouknal about ' A visit to Old Virginia without n visit it aud assure them that if their tickets to Old Point is to mo a good deal like a read via the C. iV O. in going Kast they noted Shakespearian piny with the priii- - hnvo made no mistake in their pur- iiIMUCiuuwiivruiiiiuwiuim w mo ui.u ciiua. spoils the performance and the other' 1 happaned to be both in the dd and the visit. I usually go the whole porcine, ' the Ml. Congressional district when Consequently I took Ju Old Point and democratic conventions were holt to got taken in to tho accustomed tuno of nominate candidates. In tho .Id, which from I to :f0 ii day. An editor, wiiose is tno uicniuouu tusinci, ucorgo v. n iso nriuciual assets are proihises to pay from was nomiuated on tho first ballot over delinquent subscribers, Jwliicli nro not two worthy competitors, it beiug tho ev- intention of tin. body to iviit its considered negotiable by well regulated banks, can't stand this ijuny days nnd seal of coudeiuuatiou ou tho methods of now as ?10,000 ones used to he. Hich-1 j Jones' recent sermons: "If Ingalls and Murat Halstead had been made of the same sort of stuff ns that great soldier, Grant, tlie war would 1 1 have ended in 1SU5. L always despise those damnable puppies who don't know about n tight till it's over." "If you old rebels had known how many of the union soldiers you had crippled and wounded, as shown by the present pension rolls, you would have made one last tally and swept them out of existence." - J I j j , Tlie dual passage of the "Original Package" bill by Congress is a curious illustration of the methods to which tlie National Legislature occasionally resotts for the purpose of conciliating public sentiment. There is not a lawyer in either House who is iguorant of the fact that such a statute is indefensible on constitutional grounds. Congress can not enact a law that would have tho ef- feet of restricting the operation of any; fuuviaic.1. vf. i'itu.l Stnlsw. to er; that with joy she beholds the loved dition its produce the heasiest ol iscert'U crops, while unsurpassed capacity I will pay a Reward of Fifty Dollars for informal aud generally known a such in the neighborones that have gone before, mother, hood. There are but 30 acres now under cultitiun on conviction uf any unauthorized person child and all, yet we mourn her lo:rs. vation, the Sd. That in her death tlie cominunitv and clover balance all set in by creek andtimothyIs well watered neverFound Cutting Timber or Damhas sustained the loss of a genial ami failing spring. The fencing has all been aging any Improvements within the Inst 18 months and every field and pas interesting member, seeking to please nas water in On tho following properly: all, giving otl'enso to none; her fainilv, ture story frame it 8 lhe dwelling is a modern of moms, with hall, pantry, two The farms at Highland front and ell porches and two nice, Tim Hutchison's, George known as W A Cash's, the loss of a true wife, a devoted mother. llastin Heirs', There are two Urge cistcins, H. P. Young, I. S. Young' flaujjh's, place, W. Tera loving sister; her friends, one that was dry cellar rooms room acre stable and shed for o head of stock, stock ry's, Win. Long's. tried and true; her church, a devoted scales, wheat Inn. toel shop, poultry house, (lower At Cox's Gap W. llutchisen's 40 acre farm. .., , corn crios, .... ....... trt.Ktilt.tr 1nii,i,v ita ...fee sneos, meat nouse, two Freeman and R. E. Darren's timber IIIVI..UC, .C..fc, ,0 ll UlllUIlC LM. ..A.l I.., J talclU on Huclc for its Iirosneritv: the . LaiHi' ..... Sn..5o. U00" orchards and every variety of small fruit, creek--, 307 acres, jotin lurnbull s, tracts Ai.l k.vw. 517 acres, John .w uouc ... : ,uost fa,UlfllI, intelligent tenant nousew 5 o " rotimi convcu entvc.itoi close lluchanan's, 301 acres, M.J. Harris', 90 acres, B. by nnd churches and milU of access. Powers', 100 John Anderson 14 nnd iudustrious iiiemoers, always ready At ,llc ",nc "me ' Wl" a' H'" a" ol '"' '"". Wash Harris' .acres acres, Freeman's, s, goo acre. 527 acres. cattle, imfk cows d consisting of and a fnr I'vorv L'rtOil wnnl ami work, t,.,l rirvio. aud butcher stuff; also my entire Kidd'sfarm. loel Petrev's fmn. A. riituA,1. t,,,-- . abounding in tho work of the Lord. HERD OF POLLED ANGUS CATTLl W Collins' farm, on Gfadc Ridge 600 acres, Hen.".d. That we pay loving tribute to her Thirty head, from aged a nun a is down to suck. ry Miller's, 390 acres, Henry .Miller's, 44a acres, memory anil lieilCeiOrtll SHOW llV Olirilmcs. Thev are 'daitin." and no mlstako. One Stephen liurch'a, 353 acres, U. II. Kdmiston's tract. Strode Home, Cot tae near dcpdtatCrab faithfulness in our work nnd our zeal for P3ir worl1 mu,ui ' ddie gelding; t m ''dd,e Jewel; a yearling stud the relitrion oi onrisi, tll.lt Her example coUs b. mare bV hond brood mares with colts Orclnrd, Hotel, Cotu'i J and Storehouse at O'llKSMIElMER, iumet: choK. "" '" Agent for Owner. iiittuui ucvu in vuiii, so inni it mav he by llashkird and Imp. t nndon; 1 good mule colts, said of us, as of her, "They do rest "from 15 neau 01 stock 1104s, an tne crops larming men sils and a lot of plunder their labors and their works do follow Termi. liberal and n. i.'.- kiwwn on d.y them." u r.ngusn, .uctiuuecr Vinz vwHfewrtry j - It1 ..l tH, . ' .wiJJS! lipt 1th. That we extend to the beienved S'5E'.-i"fJ- i Mlfcl 1 H.1:ip.'( '?6Vi family our heartfelt sympathies and request that a copy of these resolutions be furnished the Ikteiuoii JoiB.vi.for publication. bluc-grast, S50 HOTARD wa.h-roo- 1 1 .( s.-,l..- . ..." 1 ' 1 year-ol- Otten-hei- ' 1 J" ilsr 1 j ' f f... Dyspepsia, Fevers, Kidney Diseases, , Till .nil n1 A bloody riot occurred 011 a iloatiuj; of an abscess formed in his jaw from n f.WM, VWMVf Wolnrin Ulbl show at Ceredo, W. Ya., when the au- - decayed tooth. He was an unusuallv Tutt'n I'lIN liro.l lieu retrtiluri.ui.lt of oony ana room dienco guyed the actors. Orto man was largo man, weighing over SoOpoumls and tstilcli, uuoiio en u IlKcstton. livnUti. ciUoy Gool was iiiguiy tuougiit 01. wounded. killed and many Sold -- ..Urooklyu Knoxvllte a larKe scale tlio veterans rounion to tnlrn i.inp iiitlior win it inVMt nnv there Oct. !. Tho citizens have subwhU.h Jg nQt scribed $10,000 autior, to pay tho expenses of th,g .g esact, w, the reunion. ,t.tioned is presumed to dipt. J. M. Bell, wlio wps ..." . ...... . tadMn 7-- ttm unit tivcts Regulate The Bowels. J. T. STJTTOIT c2f CO., Cmt IscncsH ilcrniii,- - tliowtiolu uya Kagle. postmas-- tcr at Shelbyvillo under Cleveland, died ' Sick Headache, Everywhere. iliseteScH, nhcIi at HUSTONVILLE, KY. in the business and ready to do any. thing In the Undertaking line We have a full siock 01 t,ases anu wasketn 01 -- .. mih(i and Kobe uur nerr,wnicn is nearly ' "' K,':') uipiwwi new can be obtained on short notice Mr I Green has charge of cur business and will how our goods to any one neediuir anything In our I ii Are still ur c4.tr .v r :S ' r r tri V i r Fire at Pembroke'destroyed the post- - j Tub lynching in Woodford wns not on1 very reprehensi- otllce and other business property. ly an unnecessary but a .Somerset s population is negro wai in custody and ble act. The s stUed Stanfohd, Ky.,. Arui'ST 20, 1S30 n? sure of judicialisexecution of anything cent. at '2,o7&, an increase of TJO per this kind too much could Ik. There o' business and too few jailers who are Mrs. Ueorce Van Arsdall, mi excel, worthy to carry the keys of the prisons. lent christian lady, aged HO, died at her F Tue Woodford jailer marie no effort to homo in Mercer. save his prisoner, but admitted the mob Jack China has been indicted by the DEMOCRATIC TICKET. with not even a feigned obstruction, evi- Jessamine grand jury for cutting with of dently being in sympathy with it. There intent to kill George McCabe. of may be times when mob law is justifia The colored people of the United B. ble, hut in most cases the men whocom-posStates own 5203,000,000 worth of real es-the mobs are the worst characters tate, over half of which is in the South. G. K. Burnett, a government engin-- ' Senatok Qiay, who is n thorough poli- and as much deserving of dooth as their cer, was stabbed seven times in a bar tician, if not an able statesman, recogniz victims. t Frankfort, Sunday, and inj; that thu best sentiinent of the counKniTOit Lkwis, of the Somerset Hepub-lican- , room broil will die. try inchulinR very many of his owu party, is mean enough to remark: "Judge choice Oil James Snmbrook, a worthy citizen of BlllCI'S is against tlio enactment of Heed's abom- Tinsley, since he has heard from the '0()d, stock, of inable Force bill, by which the republisays Kentucky is democratic be- Livingston, died last weeK of acute of (Hill WC UI'C can party is to retain power by the help yond a doubt." Yes, the judge isa sadder rheumatism and was taken to Louisville ill fl'CSh Goods Of of partisan courts ami bayonet interferand we hope a more sensible man than John Henderson, tno negio nhoi ence, has succeeded in killing the meas- he was. IJecause the defeated candidate -murdored Gilbert II. Satterwhite, neari imure for thissession at least. Consequent and a few of his fuends sulked, he ly at the November elections the repub- agined Kentuckv democrats were fools Midway, was taken from the Versailles licans will not do "their own registra- enough to permit the best oiliee in the jail and swung to n tree. He confessed tion, their own enumeration and their State to go to a republican, but ho was to the killing of Satterwhite, but claimed Goods, Shoes, own certification." There was a strong mistaken. A majority of 51,000 or more that he did it because he had taken his we minority in favor of the immediate pas- against him would convince any man wife from him. P. F. Smith, police judge, and John selection, his follow- that "Kentucky is democratic beyond a sage of the bill, but Quay and Coomer, marshal of Burnside, were tried goods a,t marvel-ousl- y ers were in the majority and carried doubt." to before Judge Denton, charged with killtheir point to postpone its consideration l e to close A i'iiivate letter from Danvillo says ing John Chestnut at Burnside election till next session, agreeing, however, that to best that the refusal of Postmaster Van 1,'elt day, and acquitted on the grounds of no it may be called up first thing at the De- to handle the Advocate unless it was we cember meeting. It is very safe now to folded to suit his fancy was a piece of self defense. The Burnside reporter of the Republican says that the decision r.miti.Mic. o'limn. nx will never be called up. predict that it k on the part of the gives general satisfaction. political (y( them, goods The people will express their condemna ice otlirinl, which we thought him unworthy A squad of Capt. Gaither's company, L tion of the outrage at the Congressional of. To the. In his statement of the case Kditor now protecting Judge Lilly in Perry elections in such thunder tones that the Woolfolk indulges thecome in no invective and county, captured Joe Davidson, a leader see audacious party in power will be brought does it apparently so fair that the public of the le feud, after many to a realization of the fact that its acts of will necessarily side with him and difficulties and lodged him in jdil. He usurpation and its disregard of the conagainst the man, who, if reports be true, is said to be the worst desperado in the stitution, are execrated and despised by acted both autocratically and mountains. There have been three con. such a majority as will not submit to its victions to the penitentiary by the court rough shod eftbrt to blot out the Southso far and others will follow. may be a very ern States. Senator Quay .11. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, The Senate devoted Saturday to euloThe New York Central strike is 6till bad man, but the South has leason to gies of Senator James Birney Beok and thank him for one manly act, for by it a number of eloquent ones were deliver- on, the Knights say, but the company the certainty of race contlicts and blood- ed, including those of Blackburn, Incalls, claims it has all the men it wants to move its trains promptly. The Federa- $2 to I a hend. Farmer are holding shed is averted. Kvarts, Vance, Carlisle, Plumb, Hale tion conference at Terre Ilauto was still their wheat for $1. J. T. Mock bought and others. The dead statesman was a high-R.um, the pension commissioner, is in session and the result of its delibera of W. G. Eagle, Marietta, Pa., the by nature and never failed to road refuses to ar- bred 5 year old mare, Mary Lin, by investigation of the charge partisan undergoing tions unknown. The when necessary, but he counted Chief, for $2,100. Mr. Murk sold that he is running the otlice in "cahoot" assert ithis fastest friends a majority of bitrate for the reason that there is nothamong II IMIT MCurCtl till" X.TVKOS of ing to arbitrate. The trouble grew ont Uifr. maiuto Mr. Enele I years flpo for with Pension Agent Lemon, or what the members of the opposite side of the of the discharge of some men, which amounts to that. He admits that he the $1,?.V) as a yearling. Sh is now iu fowl House, who loved him for his honest! Knights claim was done because they to Gambottn Wilke 2:2rt. -- Advomtw. "borrowed" $12,000 from him, but it will heart and rugged cordiality. The stakes for the fall inoetlngofthe if he does be hard to convince the world, were members of their body. I am now fully prcjuic! t' i!o whitewashing committee, that the of Louisville Joekev Club and the entries the The report of Statistician Adams, Hon. Queen A. Dexiiam has again asHinn was not his share of the booty lie is sumed editorial control of the Inter-Statthe Interstate Commerce Commission, were announced Friday. They show an raking from the treasury into Lemon's News, Messrs. Win, McCormack and A. J. shows that the railway property of the incrwiso of :W over laai var ami iurlnil hands by favorably passing on the Seeley, having retired to accept more re United States is controlled by 1,705 or- the pick of the Western stables. Th many outrageous applications for pen- inunerative positions. Bro. Denuam is a ganizations. The number of men em- - Cash Handicap Hosed with 25 oatrief, AND sion which that shark presents. Mr. good writer and one of the cleverest of ployed is 703,7-Wor V0!' for every 100 including 20 winners. The St. Leg'r Cooper, the congressman who made the men and will no doubt make the paper a miles of line. The statistics of accidents will be worth nearly $5,000, and will be ZEZTNTGriE-VIIIiTGrd charges, was so outraged by the (luring the year .MU passen- contested for by Uncle Bob, Robespierre, show that power in the land. action of the committee that he refused gers have been killed and '.',1 Hi injured. Joe Blackburn, Bill Letcher, Dr. Nave, All work warranted And promptly done. to serve longer on it, but he finally conNEWS CONDENSED This shows that one passenger has been Louisa Forrest, Proflignte, Protection, Stakes for English Lady and Good-byesented to see the thine out. killed in every l.o'Jo.lIW passongors carBolev Price fatally shot Joseph For closed with ried and one injurod to every I'l'O.OlM the spring meeting of While in Lexington Friday night we sythe at the Mavsville fair. the following number nf entries- Derby carried. Of employes in the United A killing frost, doing great damage dropped into the busy office of the TranStates 1,072 have been killed and I'O.OiS IS; Oakst; Clarke .'.'. urnno ia riinnrttut frnm Aliinitnim script and found Major D. E. Caldwell in 0T 1 death for B!t,l ,l,r flu. mnn..v mnrM in ,nJl,re(1 ,u"nK t,Ie lt i'" " and his excellent assistant, Mr. C. W. ' every iioi employes anil l injury lor evNew iork is even closer tnan it was in Townsend, anil others busily engaged in ery 35 employes. preparing the matter for the next day's 1SSI. Referring to an adverti.rincut hich appcarrd Insane deaf mutes at Buckingham, in toil ittuc cf the Interior Journal in rgrJ to paper. Neither of them is ever too busy FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. renting cotiae at Old Dripping ipriBL.-.- , I ih to be clever, however, and the major Que., killed a little child and partially to i(.form the public Irwt tim.p Mid artuU appearThomas Ferrell bought of G B. Bar- - ed I have again laied the SwlnK ami bmldiag took the time to show us over his office, ate it. to I) O. Slaughter upon lami mntitin Tom Renfro, who killed a negro in nett 20 ewes at $.5 75. to' which he had recently added n fast in former between him and Jaroea I.. Fon Sale. A nice lot of Fultz Adam. e engine and Bell county for striking his child, was Cottrell press, an 1IARV I1EM.K ADAMS.Admt. JT wheat. Apply to S. M. Owens. many other appliances necessary to tho acquitted. We I). .Mayor Pond, of San Francisco, was J. N. Menefee sold to Mrs. A. steady increase of the patronage and I. 31. BRUCE. for $150. demoNewland a combined mare popularity of his paper. The Transcript nominated for governor by the John Johnson bought in the East stabls, is a paying property and we hope to live crats of California. cattle at 31 Four people were killed and three End S head of fat to see it make millionaires of both the STANFOItl), KY. dangerously injured by the blowing over cents. gentlemen named above. v- A of a car stable in Philadelphia. The Mill Company has bought in T. T. Munah has been appointed the last week about 10,000 bushels of SPECIAL ATTENTION t COMMKUCIAL The woman suffragists seem to have travelers Hones and mult bought ami told postmaster at Faulconer, Boyle county wheat at $1. captured the Mississippi constitutional Only hores and rlutict uted in livery. Walker Bros., of Madison, bought of convention. A proposition is before the vice K. P. Faulconer removed. ' A Iontana maniac killed his wife Garrard and Lincoln county parties a body to grant the right to vote to woand five children with a broad-aand was cattle at2i to 31 of men and make an educational-propertcents. qualification necessary to tho exercise of himself killed while resisting arrest. .i It has been found out since his death The potato crop is a dead failure in A Wede.iieto wll privately ourin Karm ofbruit the ballot. In their zeal to prevent nere., with fine improvement, ludinc entrally lo that Cashier Gaiis, of the Bank of Com- most of Ireland and the Irish will have dvi clling and good outhouIt constitution-maker- s gro supremacy tho cated between Stanford, I.jm Mer and Danville to find n substitute for their favorite mid in half mile of MuMile Oood iMfgnbornmd , like drowning men are catchingatstraws. merce, Owensboro, was $1,900 short. . schaol and lain lie. near h v. , Rather a thousand times that the most El McCarty, an ex convict, killed "perates," II J SWOl'E, Hubble, Ky. 481m Millard Rout sold to tho lincaster ignorant negro should vote than that our two men in a row at Cincinnati and then i ;J Mill nis entire crop of wheat, one of the own white women should be brought in- held tho police at bay till he got away. $1 per bushel. to the debasing influence that unfortuThe banking firm of Clifton Rodes best in the county, at I offer for sale privately my Farm known as the nately surrounds the ballot box. Barret & Co., Louisville, has failed, but Central Record. oM Lev.u Lnnsforil piace near the Stanford ami D. N. Prewitt bought of William Lancaster piLe, and running txiarly to I)i River, says it will pay 100 cents on the dollar. ha hogs, weight 250 cnntauiint; 112 AcroalandItisisin well impruvnl, culHo.v. Ben S. Rohjjins, late of Oldham The Capital City Bank, of Nashville, Holt7.claw 19 corn-fea fine state of KmI ruiurn, .mil the county and formerly State Senator of is out just $41,030.70 through the stock pounds, at $3.25 and of other parties a lot tivation Call on or u.l.lroi inu at Gillierts Crcik, Ia WITHERS. Ky Kentucky, died in Tacoma, Washington, speculations of its teller, Frank M. Al- at3.15to$3.25. Tate v Catron have bought about j last week. He was at one time a very len. The "rough count" gives Kentucky SOO head of sheep at $2.75 to $3.25. Thpy Jemon drink got bright man, but the 0 have sold a few head of cattle at $2.25. possession of him, wrecking him moral- a population of 1,SSO,000, a gain of since 18S0, which is doing pretty Somerset Reporter. ly, physically and pecuniarily and at last of KENTUCKY. W. H. Bush bought 35 fat cattle-we- ight putting htm in a dishonored grave. well. PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS. 18 The Thousand Park Hotel, five cotover 1,000 pounds of ClifiTrew-it- t Young man, look not upon the wine Agricultural, Scientific, Engitages and a store on Thousand Island SO of Caswell Prewitt at cents. and when it is red. neering, Classical, JVo in a I Park, St. Lawrence River, "burned, cans Mt. Sterling Sentinel. is said that Mary Anderson Nava-ro- , ing a loss of $150,000. School, Academic, Commercial It C. M. Spoonamoresold to Alex Mob-erlfinding married life a dull and prosy Are headquarters for 35 wethers, weight 100 pounds, at and Military Courses of Study. It is stated that if Dr. Clardy, the business, will again return to the 6tage, farmers' candidate, becomes a candidate $3.50. Ho also sold to D. N. Prewitt a COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. which she honored by her talents and for governor of Kentucky ho will submit bunch of hogs nt $3.(30. r o, Fall term loth.lsoo. Hoard Hard-wacfto. purity of character. his claim to the democratic party. elevated by her The Laurel County Fair will he held In dormitory fi p"r wrek .In prlun fainilli-- IM in ft. For rutulogiif und ttitrancu uxaiiiliutlon are but few actresses who like her There Cook& Co., of Nashville, conducting Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this papers niUlrcm Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel never had the suspicion of a scandal to the largest clothing house south of Lou- week, and we ki.ow from experience IAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D.t Lexington, Ky smirch her fair name. isville, have made an assignment. Lia that it is a mighty good one to attend. Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those no ANNUAL Till! Foil Sale. One Southdown buck, bilities touu.voo.oo; assets i.'t,4( .o. MinnLESiiouo will entertain the editors plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to Iudiana, under nn act of the legisla- one splendid milk cow with young calf, of Kentucky on the 11th and 12th of ture, has just tried to $000,000 of two large beef cattle, three thorough next month and Kditor Thomas 11. Ar- her debt so as to reduce the do good work, or no salo sk your neighbor. bulls. W. II. Milinterest bred Holstien-Fresia- n nold is now issuing invitations. The big from 3 cents, but not a bid was re ler. 3J to pot is going to be put in tho little one W. O Brock bought of H. Y. Col- II EG INS ceived. and everything done to make the boys Whisky was voted out of Simpson yer, of Madison, 700 wethers weighing have a good time in the Magic City. county Saturday by a majority of over about 100 lbs., to be taken Dec. 1 at 3 or September 2d and Continues Five D.js, I). O. Terhune is now aOO. Tho question was presented strictly Jan. 1 at 4 cents. 1W Wild speculation and the purchasing his fifth carload of suckling on its merits without reference to party boom business have produced the naturmules, to bo shipped from Oct. 1 to 10, 2 CREATTROTTIHC RACES EACH DAY, or politics. al result of a stringent money market The democrats of tho 10th district nt prices ranging from $10 to $05, accordIletulv runninc races, pony races and mule and signs of a panic are portentious. The races ing to grade. Harrodsburg Democrat. ia that those who have not held primary elections Saturday for tho probability DaviE. W. Lee bought of Leander of Congress"unloaded" will "hold tho bag" to their election candidates to the Is Receiving His ional convention, to be held at Jackson, son 15 head of export cattle at S4.20; loss and sorrow. nn from W. II. Moss, of Garrard, 15 at $4.10; With pnrachute drop the the firit and last days of September3, and tho returns indicato Fair. TiiERB-werthree murders and two that tho race will be close. The aspir- and from C. II. McDowell 30 at $1.25, Largest prcnitimlttt ever offered, floral Hall murderous assaults iu Cincinnati Sun- ants aro Parsons, Haggard, Brooks, Ken- and shipped 121 export cattle to Lehman mora attractive than ever befoie. Kxcuroont and reduced rateV on all railroaili. day and yet the papers over there sneer dall and Sublett; the three latter appar- Bros., Baltimore, at $4.10 to $4.25. Ho Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. J. M. HAM., Preiidrot. to various parties at t F I'. LOWRY, Secretary. also sold 001 ewes ently being in tho lead. at the Dark and "Bloody Ground. Semi-Weekly Interior journal oilh-iall- IMPORTANT. W. WALTON, JA3IES JIcCREARY. At tills season of the year, when Summer days alternate until days of Fall making quick work of what icmains of Summer weather, the necessity the prudent merchant. stock is constantly in the mind e 1 FOR THE IMEXT TWO WEEKS f'rcsll s, Jjucs at r store will hare exceptional advantages in having jirsl s and the jinal clearing up fmmiuse our Summer rolling ill CVCl'llm putting Fall spite-wor- i French-Kverso- promise the people of Stanford, und vicinity that if they will this Fall and Winter the liberal vatronarie duriml the will sell at fair prices and. closer past Spring and Summer, nited. States. margins thah. any other merchants in this section of prices of others, then prove this, learn o",r goods and learn and prices for equal varieti. or offer, - Jfats, Trunks, Carpets, already show the largest, handsomest and and, assortment of new Fall styles, and are now most complete make a big offer for your patronage in seasonable, ready are bound make you feel that this is tho largest, prices. trade, and place in Stanford matter what others say safest and Matting, $c. In every devartment of Clothing, Dry Undoubtedly fct C2 "fc i unaccom-modatingl- THE LOUISVILLE 1 r Mm-sengej STORE SALIXfiEK, Manager. j i , MR, THOS. DAXiTON;, OF CHICAGO, j e :ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK , one-side- PIIiTE . 12 - A. R. PENNY. i " i'' 'old DRimm spumesin-Miac NEW GOODS. eight-hors- Have imn hut-cla- mm nn JUST RECEIVED Our First Shipment of In Medium and Heavy Weights, and m y x car-loa-d 1,000-poun- d FARM FOR SALE, i . FALL CLOTHING, Farm For Sale. lO-i- m Stiff and Soft Hats, The Latest Styles and Colors. d ! J 300,-00- I Diill II hpglnsH-itf-iiiiM-r C0LLEGE r STAGG & McROBERTS. 1 HIGGINS y JHf KINNEY 150-poun- d Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, FIFTY-THIR- D re-fu- nd BOURBDN F1IR -- MUfoRUPLEY,-- over-don- e Two Balloon Ascensions mkmMmA ( v r o SPRING AND SUMMEfe GOODS. jo-- V ft L S ""Vf v 'VNJ C sj tm S1.30 to CixmNATt. Shaw & How-nr- d Cou Km'or.K, of Poniorsot. pot 51,250 will run another excursion to Cindamages from the Iancastcr Mill" on a eggs. A. A. Warren. - 3. cinnati Sunday. The train will leave for ?o,000 for branch of contract. suit New stork of table linens, towels, napRowland at 3: 50 a. m. and returning I will not serve a picnic dinner next Stankokij, Ky., An.tw 26, 1890 kins, itc, at veveranc- A H n's. leave Cincinnati at 12 Sunday night. Friday, as announced, but will bo glad for round-triis only SI. 30. For intime, and I want what It is settling to to como and formation and tickets apply to Jotso to have all who K C WALTON, BUS. ManHKOf you owe ine. Take this to yourtolf. W. bring their dinners. There will be n Thoinpoon, agent, Stanford. H. McltoiMTts. supper and dance at night. All invited. MEANS BUSINESS. A Stkox. Firm. Messrs. M. J.IIariu Wk have just received onr Hrt install- J ease F. Cook. of Crab (Jr hard, J. Ottenheirner.of New I menu you. A. ment of dress goodi. Call ami examine. l"v vonr accounts, Tint negro who was arrested a few York, and T. R. Carson, of Cincinnati, K l'i'iiny. .y9remnce A Son. days ago for the murder of Capt. Cabler, have formed a partnership, with oltlces nnd jewelry repaired and A'Tinm Tilt next term of the Stanford Mftlo of the L. ft N., has turned State's evi at Crab and Now York, to do u ai ranted. A. H. Penny. dence and says that tbo deed wm com-- J general liiulu-H- t place to buy drugs, patent and Female Academy bejjine opttinbor real estate hnsinem. They will mittod by Alfrird Binnd, who is in jail at A. J. 1st J. II. Denny, Principal. and toilet i t.iuiiu-handle improved far ma, timber, coal nml at Louisville on the charge. iVnnvo. mineral land in the Southern States ami Thm will be a emnd pirnic ami ball lit v VMir school Iwx.kc ink, tablets, Marshal Nbwland says he hasa long- guarantee satisfaction in everything nml school supplies 01 nil at Itreon Briar spring next Saturday, paper, kinds frtn A. It. IVnnv. ing for wild meat of all kinds and asks. plnuod in their hand.. See next ismh :Kh. Everybody invited. P. U. Slaughhis friends to bring him in rabbits, squir- for a large advertisement. ter. POINTS? PERSONAL rels, Ac. This h a pretty eood sign that Those who have invested in MiddlesOtoRf.K Pom max, colored, was fined the best marshal Stanford has ever had Johnson Swt has gonn to Ixais ,.,i boro lot- nt fabulous prices and are bigl 510 for whipping his better half and is getting nil right again after his tough n.t-tattend college. ing for the coming of a bigger fool than connected him-n- Jailer Owens will hnvo another in his siege with n J'J hall through his body. Juiin Hkh.ht, Jii., t.as they to take them of their hands at an chain gang fur awhile. with cowl mining Arm at (irayc Instantly. At 10:30 advance, may be happy vet. A dispatch Both Kili.kd 'I en instructors. VojnW io 'o.iril in SESSION OPENS SEPT. 2d. Mis Liai. Miu.nn returned from Lt.ur'.vth ro .'i lnj o ftriw. I'lve laitiiAes, of Lincoln comity will yesterday news came from Itowland that says that ground has been broken at Tim vn. I'lno, Mulin .mil vols. Art Studio, I.i u r. t rn ie f n .lie Yourn K ii iture. (.....rgetowu with Miss Mamio Lynn nnd plonge come forward and settle. The Bob Ferguson and Boss Hamilton had Middlesboro for tunamtnotti sJ ir. n T 'i ti- trt tn'- - ituler lit ir inil M. ru. At idtn u ition, i all on or lor it ii if usor tihfr n.lnrni II ir it r it ih now her guest. ISM) are ready and I must have met in deadly encounter and that both basic steel plant, the only one of the mnt of j books for S , I'rc C.OOKIMJN, J Co'lflAli tji rl h'i roi Jamus Curromi ami II. II. the tax. T. IX Xmvland, S. L. C. incjitpr. Ky it had been killed. A leporter was dis kind in the United States. The build- - Vt rif it from n low days' limkH hnvo returned to the sceno where the ing will cover three acres; the works will patched at once Foil drunkenness and disorderly U in Louisville. following iHirth'tilars were obtained from cost SW0, 00 and give employment to 1, vMBBilMigH NanWarren Atherton was fined 'JO be- W. P. Mn. Maim, mict "A Haines, John Flannngan and oth-- 1 200 men. , of Woodford, nre guests of fore Judge Carson Saturday. Oeorge nie Wiu-tters of the few eye witnesses: Hamilton At thnt dnngerouscrossingon Danville Brynut was fined $2 for the enmo offense. was walking witli hi wife n short disMrs A. K. Penny. FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I, 1890. passenstreet Sat unlay the nftor two weeks Mh J. Ottiixhbimbi:, Mm. J. M. Hah. Iiuh presented to her tance oil', when Ferguson, who was ger train ran into the double team driv31. HUBBARD, A. 31., - sojourn here, returned to of pleasant front lot standing near Mr. Waller's ofllce at the en by I'riah Brigh ami literally cut the daughter. Miss Knte, n New York yesterday. beckoned him to come to on lower Main street. A man with any round-housFaculty of Conservatory anJ Normal School teachers. Excellent John Nbwla.vii booms to bo recovering kind of an eye to business will cut this him. He bunded a bundle to his wife entrails of the horse out and carred up considerably the mule w Inch was hitch- Hoarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction thorough. Send consider him Kluwlynml the doctors and did so. The men walked together ed beside him. It was n narrow escape out and "imste it in his hat." for Catalogue. out of danger. for a lew yards nnd then nlmost simulta- for .Mr. Bright nnd his driver and had It- - Hailky, of Crab Orchard, Miw. J. Willi n attempting to ford Hanging neously they drew their pistols, both they not jumped when they did, it is who has been with her brother, John Fork Friday Mr. Sam M. Owens and 33 and began to shoot. Statements are more than likely they would have shared N wland, returned homo yesterday. eon, Bowman, came very near being conflicting as to which fired first, as the same fate of the horse. The wagon wood washed awav. The water nearly covered Mim M vhy M Arnleft for Un What was badly broken and that with tho they oi'l their work so quickly. convention his horse and pbwton, which wore wash-o- il to attend the O HUSTONYILLE, KY. passed between them will never be horse, which was valued at $200, will be down the stream n considerable ways. known for it was in low tones. Fergn- rl the society of Christian AHianio. Mrs. a considerable loss on Mr. Bright, if it ZZusincss. - Mh.Ciiaki.hs Khbmbk, k., and will "take np" next Monday son was eymenuy nil in me ureasi u.e ain )ot be mtae out of th(J CoiniM,nv S nooi. ( t.n. A. Kromor. Jr., returnod last nrght llrrt time as he staggered lwck, but ro- a Knrojrwui trip- - 1mlsvHlo Com- nearly all over Kentucky. The Female covering himself fired twice more and' Full College O ir.e, Cl.isua! and S. iintific. Also It is rare that one brother so far for-- OI'FNS EPT l Instruction College hero is on the list ami Prof. g, Shurt-Ii iin', Coi.imrcul I,.iw, l'nine 1 clesinphy, Tpe Writing. ' w hen gets his love nnd respect for another as nit" i ml. IJoiirl in' Tin to fire the fourth time as trr ilfucm mh, Cotniiierc.iil Co i jr , Hoard, per wrek, Jj. M Can inter nt jr tr O Br van, ticket agent Hubbard is satisfied that the largest Write It ,t f, TllMMSON Principal. Mll (iROR he fell forwanl in front of the ofllce and to runaway with his wife, but Peter I., ft N. at Kvansvillo, Ind., spent number of scholars hu has ever had will expired in.tantly. Hamilton fell some ' Cain, of this vicinity, i3 guilty of this un-lf ti,e w. he on hand. There have been numer-oi- u n la or two with hb brother, Mr. steps from him and also died at once.' natural offense. He has long looked with improvements on tho buildings durI o Bryan. Kiiriit shots were fired in all and seven loving eyes on bis brother Jim's wifo g ing the vacation, including a large veMis- - Luha Hub, of Tavloraville, of them took effect. Ferguson emptied and they have moie than once boon spend n week wih randah to the chapel, which ought to atnrday to his pistol and threo shots were out of caught billing and cooing. The other Dealer In- hnvo been there from the first. Mr B. W. Oainw beloru entering tho Hamilton's. Both men seemed to be day they decided that they could no (. here. Ma.na.kr Cook had good crowd at dead came as they stood square to each longer live apart, so thy quietly stole laat Mimj Mamir Lyxjc entarUliwd, his picnic Friday, who enjoyed tbem- - other and tired, holding their weapons awny. They were lost seen at Waynes-wi- t r' . .i . ... hnnnr of her tmesis. Miaees h both hands. An examination of burg, but where they went from there is wlves to the fullest extent. Beaides the and Stoger, of game llui.ilton, of Uoorsetown, Repairing Xeatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. of lml I, dancing and tho bodies of the dead men show ed that not known. Jim is nut making much ( nil' Orchard. on the programme and both were Ferguson bail received two shots, one in fuss over the elopement, confident that were WATCH KS A SPKCIALTY-- a Mk. M. J. Famris and Mrs. W. C. . freely indulged in. Mr. Cook is a No. his loft breast near tho heart and another Pete will soon tire of his con.juost and Shrop-Mpr. c. of Danville, and Ml Kate host and is us good in setting an invit- in hie right side Hamilton wus struck the poor woman will be left to mourn. I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) re. f Illinois, wore guests of Mrs. J. ing and bountifully supplied table as he In the right side, shoulder, cheek, neck Tlle.v have only teen mnrried two years, Y arris, Saturday. V is In entertaining his guests. Long Hre nnd foot. Two of tho wounds might TE trfH, 0, HU,Ullril Uel for tho Mrs. JosnriiisB Kva.ns and Mrs. II. Manager Cook and long may Cook's have been made by the same ball ami kHIls, of John ndifer WHi, begun nt of Danville, iasel up Friday to Springs be open to of the we unu in ins iwh uy on umi A BIG Lancaster Fridav. A jury was soon ob H,ii.d a couple of weeks at C. O.Springs. world at large. In n moment nftor tho men fell Mrs tained and by s'atunlay aftoruoou .ill the Mrs Bright is in very un nwiuwi. Hamilton, tho wife of one of them, rush-o- testimony was in. Those who heard it Tub Harden Party given by Mr. J. Mn aniiMms.T. D. Hanky wont to to the scene nnd rnvod nnd screamed a'ree that a strong cise of and Mrs. John Buchanan to J,mtion City yesterday d will go on ns if her heart would break. was made out. The prosecution is ren two, whoro Misses Hnldeman nnd Mason, of t. Lout Birmmghaui in a day or The origin of tho trouble dates back resented by Hon John S. Bhea, M. B. home, much is, ami the Misses Buchanan, at Crab Micy intend making their some time. It seems thnt Hamilton bad Bowden, Judge M. J. Durham, lien. Orchnnl, Friday evening, was a royal regret of many friends. to the with Mrs. Fer- Landram and Capt. Herudun and the Miss entertainment and will be remembered boasted of his linons i'liu somerset lteporter suvs that guson and this hml come to the ears of defendant by Cols. W. Li. Welch, Thos. on" nnd throw her by ninny as one of tho most enjoyable I i Hoiit'H horse ran Saturday, Mr. Uaines P. Hill and P. M. Mcltoberts, J. HMrs. occasions of their lives. Some 50 cou- her huslmud. and two little children of her sister, tells us, the men met at Mr. W. M. Brown and Col. W. O. Brndiev. Ye- sples were present and n gayer and more Lewis Hinsung. to the ground, but O'Brynu' ollice, when Ferguson toltl terJnv wn8 Jevoted to tlio argument of pleasing crowd could hardly have been Hamilton escaped serious injury. they the mattor had to be settled the tllBU aml u was vslvc.n that it found. Dancing in the large pavilion and , of Mt. Vernon, C Williams thnt ho would kill him if it were woljW b V(.n to ,,ie jlJrv bv nj;nt Ho tells us thnt the built for the occasion was one of the mawas here Saturday. not satisfactorily done at once. They A (libpatcll from u,K.ftjt,.r at 3:;o says willdis-k.Udelightful features and tho lunch, ny law hrm of McClure v Williams left the ollice together and in about half tho jun. Jnwl t0 at ore am, wt.rt by mutual consent Sept. 1, after whit h included lwtli eatables of oveiy an hour Hamilton returned and said to j,t.j(i over till in description nml the choicest drinkabhs, which each member will go it alone Mr. Baines, "Well, I got away from was grand in every sense of the word. the practice. him." "Wltat did you tell him?" asked ' GO TO. NEW ADVEiniEMEVT. his wife L. Cliituiui, who Mil F. Tin: clothing store of stagg tc Mcltob-ert- s Mr. 11. "Oh I told him things that he with , Us been spending a month or two was entered Friday night by thieves-- never dreamed of." shortly afterwards 5 f n STOCK Of FOB mother near White Sulphur Springs, who forced the iron bars of the basement Ferguson came in and asked Mr. Raines Lis wo regret to hmrn lie has returned, but had said. He repeated window open by means of a po.t and wliat Hamiltou ! will til at pi.Mir aiKilon on Mo iJay, Stptem-bo- r ... ot remain He is too fond of the burst open the door leading to the the conversation when Ferguson snid, i, ikv , .ii Stan', nl. Ky un!.u agency to give it up even first Hoor. The $2 or SI left in the till 'This is a nice way forhinitodo. Hetold Wi;iinmsbnrg t n irj bred Hi tein hcitrr, i st is 'Id: disFJ.IY" t till , 3 ..rs ol t fat c. 'I c, fn m carlin; of a promotion to r me that the report that he had criminal for the prospect up, ini.li dmg weio taken nnd the piles of clothing oe ol pltvr f a b stock li"&", ast l on this division, which was wnsnd-- n lie nnd wcuhi patcher ranged and scattered about tho room. connection with my wife J. C A I IN' sured him. It is therefore impossible for the linn to that ho would provo it." Ferguson then was nt homo sun-,!.iHon It. C. W.utnBS of goods taken, but burst into tears and said he could not left yes- estimate the amount from n tonr of the fairs and Mr. Fenael, who oc- stand to have such charges on his wife.. Shelbyville, it is considerable. terday to spend the week at We offer for i'c privittly on f tm mmn with his He knew they were not true and they fairs cupies a poition of the store Or ''t- - i .late, $ m from U .ton Lexington and Springfield, where jewelry and watch stock, had all his had broken him all up. It was hard, he ville. u rtf.- L. 'ff , like. mm.j- iI re., tie ' t r n s He was in C ill aii.l we wuri,! nre in progress this week. valuables in the safe, so he lost nothing, said, to make up his mind to kill a man on h! uuelhu i it H itcni!!r K. or .' l.trex encouragement he eviv LI.I i spirits over the might nlwnys nfter regret it, but as he lino were becoming but all tho drawers and cases IS MA'U received everywhere nnd is dently inspected, as they were left open. he couldn't stand the humiliation. If thoroughly convinced more and more Thero is no duo yet to the scamps, but a the two met after this till the fatal hour PU15LIC SALE point out one we could not find it out, but it is likely that he will bo tho next auditor. Or HZTiy test gray cap left may serve to BHiVk m thorough mIisnisu, altera n ri... i of them. We have known John Newlnnd tiiey did not. -M I his health "Boss" Hamilton wns a son of Mr. of the Kentucky climate, that to work up a case on slighter grounds. Y here, Mr. will not permit him to remain Isaac Hamilton, the Rowland merchant, I will tell publicly in Stanford, Ky , on for Santa Tiiiikk to One. It seemed that both for whom he was named, but ho always T It Walton will leave I80O Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall he will remain till the Cmb Orchard boys and the Interior went by the nickname. He was formerBarbara, Cal., where I'be following ilcKCribud irorrty. opening for business there or Journals tried to redeem themselves ly a switchman at Rowland, but had he finds an Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, surrounding towns, it be- - Friday when they came together at Cook's dono nothing since he was badly hurt Four good livery hre, s nice phaeton ponies, in some of the druimner n Springs, and no bettor game has been 4 busiw, one brand new, i Jewelry and Silverware. ..".-iing his intention to perimuieuu hist fall. Ho married Miss Missouri Jen wajon.; i i hone drummer wagon 8 or lo et of It w ill be with the played in this portion of the State. The nings and they have three children. Mr. SOOtX burncn, 4 tt of double hartlvM, 2 Southern California. new. breaking cart, nice farm witfont, good "good-byCrab Orchards had their same nine that Hamilton had recently been elected buckboard. 4 brood at.marei in foal to jack, t ware deepest regret that wo say C.ill'j Vermont, 3 (;ood mnl coif, yearling or they played hero Tuesday and tho Inte9 n truer councilman of his town, n fact which by to him, for no man ever had addle colt, 7 nice Jrey heifort, mint all with Tho Bost Railroad nice Jerney bull calf, thorouyhSrod red calf faithful biothcr than ho hasnlways rior Journals were tho game, save tleo. showed his popularity. more 3f "3 nnd Ilumsev took Ueonje Penny's place. Bam- o ng ininlvmentb crT proved. Mny health, prosperity Hobert rerueon WnS the 80n Ol JOllll harrotvaml other " c Vill lo rent thr iers iio'isH i.vcry dihoic in lavish abun- sey and Ktubry were the bnttery for our Ferguson, of Somerset, nnd was a happiness come to him I.i o to the hiirheit bidder. 3 at the same tin r ,u - rw.. C namesakes, and to sav that they did their ll ni'RNSIIlK. dance. on the L. iV N. Two years ago ho i.' o ) t E. II T. irniide, dee'd 48 Id work well would feebly express it they married Miss Lula Ver, of o "crrYANID VICINITY. o did superbly. Kamsey, who has hereto- sailles', and one child had bletsed their Sever-- i w fore played third "lug," has been "twirl union. Ho was a quiet, New ginghmns and penangs at t3 o during his stay in Lexington, man nnd must have felt himself greatly Son's. ing n few" . 'u mice 3 " tn 5 or ni s and his curves were a mystery to tho wronged to arrive at the point of despcr-- ! A cottage of live Fou Kbnt. V opposing team, while Kmbry hold him ntion he did. O o Apply to T.R.Walton. u "2 beautifully. Hamuey stiuck out 11 men c terribly sad one, as it' TheallairiHa ri n Twosupeiior wheat dri nnd only one base hit was made oil" of a A Baiui.mx. leaves two wives and four little children ti him. The rest of tho players did nicely to sillier, besides mothers, fathers and at cost. I. M. Bruce. a, tj ji tho I.ntemok Jouu.val even many friends to mourn. Of course we G and made o AssoiiTMKSTof the tinest, purest and o prouder than ever of its team. The Crab aro not able to deny tho reports of Mrs. O 5 A. A. War. o best Candies just received at Orchards did good playing and Archer, Fergus-oil'Low Rate. infidelity, but it is probable 73 u SmwcR. 3 3 ren'fl Model Grocery to their pitcher, made several of tho boys that Hamilton's fondues? of talking and Tour Trlpi pir Wk Bttwa Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. ringsand "saw the wind" as if mad nt it. Tho boasting of his imaginary conquests DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND Latest Novui.TiE8-MeniorJ S. WELLS, ph. a. Prose. Oik. Fttcikcy. The Boo, MtrauttU, t&d B.H DANKS, Jowoler, just game was agreeable nil the way through caused him to go further than prudttice gold thread necklaces, for the ladies, X. Huron Peru. . and rnipiro Keller's decisions were permitted. Hut bo his charges true or V. B. MHoberts. Every Evening Bstween received. . deemed correct, without exception. Tho false, ho has fearfully paid thu conseDETROIT AND CLEVELAND Main Street, Opp tojrl.Hon e, SfAVKCKD, Ky vir.n...,, Threo Vwnibt hniuls and score stood 3 to 1 in favor of our boys. quences nnd brought death, slmino and EcLitJ Trlti 4crig Jo. Jolr, Aiful ui Miss t(Uaibit Otlj. tlueo skirt hands. Abply nt once In tho afternoon our nine expected to trouble to many I.hearts. Tut burial ot S. Hamilton will occur Our Illustrated Pamphlets, v. Logan, llustonvllle, Ky. jj, play tho Lancaster club, but they failed at p. m. today in Bullalo Cemetery. SatM and Xzouralon Tlskata trill b famlabadi ty your Tlakat Agent, or addreu of cot to show up. Their excuse was thnt they hour of Mr. Ferguson's burial will Wasted I To take a car load and wa could not cross Dix River, which was Tho be fixed till tho arrival of his father E. B. WHITC0MB, a P. A., OnaoiT, Mich., Hook Krepina, Short Hand, Ttlegraphy.Aem not ton inuleH to feed. Good stable CLEVELAND STEAM NAV. Ca IV r Write for Catalogue unit full infoniMtioru THE DETROIT considerably swollen from recent rain b from Somerset. Ky. tcr. J. H. Taylor, lluttonville, Semi-Week- ly W InteriorJournal Wa.ntkd, first-clas- s huttur and fresh P, Jwv- vi8tesf ' fe- W Tin-far- p d.-ir- s 13 V J On-har- nitu-lesi- - - o il Garrard College, i N- Lancaster, Ky. Co'l-e. , 1 1 tnx-payo- rs open-heart- h -t ie-1'- i i Mi-hsk- i I con-duc- t, J (- - Stanford Female College President. south-boun- d 30-fo- J. W -- I CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, Classical and -t liooi.-Ke.p- fr-.- .. For Girls and Boys. , ir-- w firt-c!- a. u Anth-net- iT. tn-in- g , i ., .1 .- -. ft ar-ne- d nu?o,r& -- , e ' frfl ATPUCC aaiJ ILOCKS ftRD boat-rowin- 1 ' llr-ght- . hunlth-seeker- s "-, LIKE OF il seif-dulen- CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS Just Received. Also I - ly A Lot of New Glassware, C 1J Something Entirely i ,. Ae Jev. MARK HARDIIf. mi v.- i , i Hul-sle- in i A. A. W A IB B llm "WUmj filiOt - . tlia-a- 5 i . . i. I v FARM FOU SALE. - i ! i io-t- , - For Groceries, Glass- and Queens ware, Fruit Jars, Jelly (i'asws, $catuiJ Wax, Etc. am t I : I tf Ll-- 1 Personal Property DRUG vr a. mm to-da- y l. uvci.ri Saturday, August 30, e 1 1 1 1 1 HAMPM3N WATCH, Watch. r0S.'TrJ' ,j --- tire-ma- n .1 L well-behave- d iN: r !S?vilC) Summer Tours. Ptce j c A a TO MACKINAC .1 KlV.y 5H9J&P M ?r 7-- 1 n s c y I M b. M0B.OBERTS, 1 BRYANT & STRATTON Business College OIIIGVfll IE? bUUIOVIliLC Wf I 4 ?" ffmmpmmi M)ipijjLig.ii...i,M4iVilUniiiiw ir-- " r'v -- "TTPT ' "' f"-- Esjessfji 'J " I id Ml ,asjn,si easssjasjissy. -- , Miianilip "i ', ' ,, k Semi-Week- ly InteiorJournal AT Published Evory Tuesday and Friday JG "When not I ma ' 1 liiino Wiieie no oao Una tlic way; tVw floor wttu mos. I carp-t- cl Ao 1 iiero 1 lored to ltUjr. Align it. CAVALRY XVhnt Ivlnil HORSES. D'vp In the vrood (osoiimirnt Itnyi. Congrerw ifinunlly appropriates about nt It.rss the I'nltwl Slates I heard tho bubblta An I 1 PKIl YBAK.iy ADVVXCB so paid At um?s aa corn fait, IX- -. of the brook; 32.CO will he charged." f r wsty h rolisii inn? tu n loiu'ly tWl ! K.C. at s :jo LOCAL TIME CARD. 7.0a ft. st Vtirt!So a rack wkh acorn imps; IpUyei Train lenves Itowlaf.U at n , returning A mUbh hor-p- acrossi tit Ami did not arettt afraid. mo. l. L.&N. m LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North South..., " Express train " South .1 a good hot woather diet by it $. .1 visit doctor of Solar Fi.b, clear EOUn, i food, eggs, iier blown breals a tiny old. frueh milk, gixn ci8, lrttnconntl tomatoes in to nil other vcjretabli, ripe melons and fresh berrivs, rica puddings, r.or.ndo and iced ten in preference to ii'an 1 half tho usual quantity of cof.t. He ndviavs eonttinpt fvr butter, tlnniplingi. pie, roa:t'. ctibkige, ixtn-t'X- . J't? V3 and anirnsl foods ne too hot heal'tt'T fT tV blood. IJenlptvscribe n two hour slvta after dining, as little e.pom:: to the tnn its pcwible audn ga-of alt or putter at niht for iieople who do not reft well. FIot bt'.thshe considers lwtler thnu tlio cold plunge for to betoken an hour co'ilinj Lotore e.tt.ns or tluve hours after. Violence is done to iierfect health by use of mineral water, Lilly muMiiu; them, nud prolonged stay ia the surf. Only nit ignoramus will drink from two different mineral sprint: and oj.ly the foolishly nthletie overexert tin mselves. The louagerund l" wdrr Hijjhe-- tR- f -f A cream of rarer ' L . . Uoernmei.t Mtuuper tourist rill get the bent rest on in leavening ire' .li all port Aug. 17, 13S9. his bach either in a hammock, steamer chair or bed. Utiles the system is regulated nothiug will improve it. aud there i RIC25ARD C. to keep the iortalopnnnd S'jte of KenIs a Candidate fir Auditor f the tucky, u'.jei t to the will of the Democratic party. stimulate jwrspir. v.o: tbiin by frofinent : t va' . r cpo" ti iatemaily and exA. S. P1UCE, ternally. It iB hardly possible to drink too much good, clesn (xk1 water, and luibit-ua- l iJtlfff 4H SfRGEON DENTIST. sponging will remove the excretiom Office on Mam street, osir W. It. McRebem' from the body which facilitate the Drug Store, SlanfcuJ. growth of genu that are ns.fulgety and unmertxu u the dn&t ptirticles in the air D. D. S. we breathe New York Wutld. R. C. MORGAN, Ujis ami Downs In tho Vonut 3Inrtirt. DENTIST. Yeast ia naturally a mrst unstable sort House. .,,iiic Portmaa pririeH of coininodity, but its main chtsracteritic .".X.NMtrouVoi.deT;, given for is that mxn the Tery slightest provoca0XtraC,mRSTANFORD KENTUCKY. tion it will rise. During the past week, however, it contradicted ite usual methods ?nd shrunk in a most ninnsiiig way. DR. AY. B. Saturday last it sold for SO cents n pound. Monday it waa selling lor C cents a pound, and yesterday the price ',.cJja,1)' rose Office South side Mare.!. ascain to 20 cents. vacated by.Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford. Investigation into tho onuses of this extraordinary flueiwtionki price r y nls the existence of a hide bonud, copinrr bottomed, double ""W fl absolutely controls riveted trnst which I have, removed my once ...Yfcmak ColUB..v ere I will the price of yenst, times. and holds it at a figure which pays the " members of tho trust a handsome profit. B. FArWOOD A pound of yeast cut into squares und WKippetl in tiu foil will make forty & ATWOOI), cake.-- , which are sold by the monufact-uivi-- s RGEKTS. at cent each, aud retailed for 2. REEL The consumer of this yenst then pays tfd tvnts per pound. The profit is Od cents, J oh n son City, Tcnn. of Trh'.k'h the retailer rankes 40 and the G. GIYENS. JAS. WM.AYRKS. manufacturer 29 cents. Compre-.oyeaf t is made from whiskies, vinegars, & and "low wines." and could be retniloil Attorneys .at Law, at 15 cents a pound, with a fair margin of profit for manufacturer and retailer. 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. Chicago Inter Ocean. riui e iB pre-scxiht- tl . Local Freight North boutn.. also carry psssengers. The latter train The above is calculated on itandard time. time is about ao minutes " North.. .. ... Ii6?e ja ara ..fTjnatn .S3pni IIJ9PB tr 51 lrs That uijli: lfore I vet to bad I at my r. iuJou stood, And thcmj'it iw dark my ltoue must be Dawn la tit j linewtne- vroed - Katharine Pyle in St. Nlohola-s- . A Oo.nl Hut AVeathi-- r Diet. Snrn-togn: pref-prrti- oi 1 - vtrsy. mmv. 831 lrd jr.rv.', POWDER Absolutely Pur 1.1,-i- r v $900,000 to be sonded in the purchase ot horaes. This amount i3 divided pro rata anion? the divisions of the nrmy, those on th. Atlantic coast not retittir-inas lnrg? a sum as the cavalry on the frontier, where tho life of the animal is not altogeth ?r one of lazy contentment. In Arisoua. especially, the equine mortality is gre iter than in any othr section, aud more horsas become disabled nud unfit for further service. The bum-- ' ing sniuls aud alkali deserts lead to blind-nea- s and dioase of the hoof, aud the either to be shot or sold. animal There are nearly 10,000 horses in use by the Unitd States nrmy. Of this numler ntrant 50 per cent, are sold annually because of their unfitness for further cavalry or artillery duty, and abont 5 per cent, are lost by death. So in order to maintain the standard it is necessary to purchase about I..VX) animals every year. Tlw regulatioas require that the horse shall be a gelding of uniform and liardy color fron fifteen tc seventeen hands hi'h. from four to eight years old rud weighing between JhH) and 1,200 jrouniU for n cavalry horse and between 1, iti'i mmI 1.800 for artillery horses. The animals usually lat nlnut six years, aud at the end of that ti.n are sold at auction, or liefore if they are di tabled so as to be unfit forservioe. When 30M the oiBcer puts n brand (I. C.) on the horse, inuking it impossible for the horse to be sold to the government at sonu other jioint. Horse. g h-- j Kentucky Fairs. Lexington, Aug. 20 o days. Shelbyville, Aujr. 20 5 days. days, Paris, September 2 days. rkirilstown, Sept. Bowling Green, Sept. 2 ft days. Winchester. Sept. U i days. Cynthiana, Sept. 104 days. Richmond, Sept. 10 I days. Horse Cave, Sept. 10 I days. Henderson, Sept. 305 days. days. Hartford, October days. Owonsboro, Oct. days. Hopkiusville, Oct. 15 1 THE COmiERClEL HOTEL J. ti 11WKNS, Manager, 25 Harrodsburg, I have - Kentucky. r taken charee el 'his nnmi!.,r h til in eserv and intend to run it in a first cla mon p ipeicii nu uunit-11 is ncine respect ii"ih renos ated and top to bottom, the best'iing, is everything done ts mslv it rlutant .wii 1 mTnrt able Tor guests. Thetablv sh.ill neir e suri hss J U. OWENS edby hotels in this section I PStW JsSlii 94, isf "vrs. -- Vnf; 110 f MILES tw fcx&srrKiK&-te1 m 15 75 Hat leased one C. L. CBOW track o( the stables at Pn e ,V, tui wilt run a ,ei.;ral harm CIIiSZZS- fmlZ&F W WwCPsWr, .Tfmm lar.saBBV--".s1 iinmK'- voaMra li mm eU WII "- -r AWK-SS- safca.. W a 1 II has had sufficient c.ri-t.rThe Cincinnati, Hamilton .V: Dayton H K is the onl) line running Pullman's Pcrtcctcd Safct) espert in the buinrhim au. hi One .naic Sleeping reasonable Vestilniled I'raina, with Chair. Parlor. 14 Tho Flnorft on Earth Breaking and Training Stable. to make him OH r sury nr patroaac. ut Iwci ly run t'e si.ort. ( rjifwill nd Dining Car scrvire between Cincinnati, and Chu.ijtu and is tb onl- line run CinuW rhrouch Reclining Chmr Cars Kctikuk and Springfield, III. and Skeping cinnati, Car Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the btn C. Between Cincinnati. Das ton Litua, Toledo, the Lake Kegtons and Canada. 1 he road U one of the oldest ia the Stat ot Ohioand the onlvlia entering Cincinnati orer 5 track, and from Its past rtcord can suites ot dovi'ik mots ttaau assure its patrons spaed, cosafott and safety. Tickets on sale everywhere, and see that they in or out of Cincinnati, rstd C , II. AD . Indianap j!iv or Toledn. K. O M..CORMICK, General Passenger an1 luket Agent. Only Direct Lino it. Harness and Saddle Horses and dealer in Fancy Roadsters. Hcrses I.Miht ard sold on a wry per rent. I'ittstti stars exntricnv in iVe business C T SANDIDufc. sunford, Ky. c- tl - T. SilNDIDGrE, 55 Cs Trainer and Han.l er if Making direct connections in Central Union depot far Chicago Michigan Petals, St Louis, Detroit, Cleveland. i. tl.l.i, Indianapolis and the West. New KngUud Canada, New York, lioston, , ri-- Wnshlugton. Haltimcre, Philadeli V, .ickex tun rg, PrarUmi K to Hair d Rkhnvxau, ViROlNIA ai, Sh. ti Vuickest line lo KTF.W iD.HJfJl!!ANo f.-- r Bucklen's Arnica Salve The bast mis ia the world for cuts, bruisaa, sore, tetter, chapsores, ulcers, salt rhruin, ped katvds, chilblaias, corns and all skis eiup Uons and poMtisaty c urea piles, or no rnuu cd. It is puarsnteed to 1.1 o perfect sutisditKsv, Price t$ cents per bos. taoney refunded or For sale )' A tt. Peany, Suutord, Ky itr Solid Trains, laegagt cars, sssokim; rsc d sache. Pullman I. i.Jcdr Slerners thruuah ni I utihann via Chaltan oga, Hirminjjham, an This noti e frewtri. huptei, flherme and vide,ssaking dire.i cuime lions en ieule for Ki Ashetille, I.ynihiurs; and poms n the ill. p. it par others not t trepa. on our lin.it misaion, as ail such will be pro. '.;d to the fall POSTED. P W p) est extent of the law Signe.. Dr I). V. HOI.MKS. PIIU.UKRT RICHARD I'ut Sliortlioni'. WARKEN nolx-'ttorwa- af Dr. Our pictnre illntrates horn heiter will couie to when bred for fat nlone. It is from Crosier & Henderson's "Kow the Farm Pay." Until recently the shorthorn has been par excellence the beef animal of America, and this breed has done more than any other Remarkable Resouo. to brin up the grade of the wild native Mrs. MUhaelCurum. Plainrield, III Texas cattle. A mistake in breeding, statement that she caught cold. hn.h settled o by her however, has been to rear them with a her lung's; she was treated for a monthtold her wore. He view to fat alone, so that they are now tamily phTsKiaa but jjrew consumption and thjl she was a hopeless sictim of what a short"-- e I -. $- Wra. Timmona, ptmater ot Idasills, In f.lina, me "Electric Bitters has done mon e. r ImJ writes th than all other medicines corai.u ed, le. nd ir ferhnst arlsiaw from kidney ;. John T.elie. tanner and stoitiBn, u( .1 says "Find Electric Bitters to ' new fel l.s asame and Iivit ninssciae. made it. hardware rair man-- " J. V Gardner ('..iter, is iut t' t thing for "Klectru town, saT a man w"ho is all rm dusti and don't i.u wheih er he lives or dies, dc tound nr iragth, fj'- -l new appetite and felt juat UW he h.l Penny lrae n s dm,. hie. Oaly - a bottle .it A. K store ., . Happy Hooslora THis M C Mrs SAMiOKD IRWIN, Mrs ALICI. B W i.AISts C RHXnI H.tLI Is W A LOGAN, JOSH ADAM J f. MKINNRV, . LVNN, JOHN K BALI.sif. Alffi'lWf.,I(KA, 1 HAMIMoN ltrii'iri tr i fr .id-ne- Wi At Cbsttannoga for Allans, I t t n, C holiest, ti, .,ni Agift., M. Hf. m. uk. Lake Cily. fh .111 ... 1 1. 'III DA ptinta. 1 he cnlt line . m . running ...!(. 1 ,, , , Pi liinsn Iknidoir or I'aitce s , soinilk' without ihabge lor j. j ... gcrsnr baggaate. Srlma and Montgomery, ilhii , M Tcii.r, Meuip!i nd ARKANSAS pom it ., , shoit.t and c,ui kei to Anniston bi'r Wirect (orli.l,.in made ai Natss oh I W's witl.n lasnibus tfan.fn for t.alwi II '.itiii, Vusiiu, 11 ', H.u S,n, V 1 1. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. k,. t Jsckmn nd rt La., m.iVIng .linvi c nnr n i II. M nh.i A nl s'-i..- through line 1111,1' 'in tiosfcrti.r 'ji. Ai.t. mi, hi Pau 1. PiiUa Kn ani .1 itciu . , mm. TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. I . .i.l.r,. C rinju t . .nth raft 1. 4I! ,,,, m . -- ,. ' s PENNY, Dentist. BEMOVBDI V $$'" j.lallen A1LEN EST8TE 1 d AYRE3 GIYENS, Shreve F.uildtng. -- toi yr OI.U- AVliltoIiuv WEHTHERFORD P. W. GREEN, first-class HOTEL - HUSTONVlLLE, KY.. - Proprietor. and the aWe Hasin? leased prepared to hotel.'tentted the pub-li- e accommodate I ara slyle. Rates re.isaide. L00J tn tyua Livery and Sample Rooms attached J.H.KILTOU BILLIONS SWITCH, KY. Dealer In Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Fancy Candies, Crois Ties, &c All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for e,oodi. Pottofi:c, Lumjston, Ky. General Line of Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Ctoth.ng, Hardware. Queens-warTinware, Furniture and a e, One hundred granite columns of enormous and highly polished have been received at the Ophir farm, the home of Whitelnw Reid. They are to be used in the construction of a lu.fxyj portico for his granite mansion, which is in the course of erection. It is said that Mr. e Roid'i will be aluiirt as aa that of the Ilockefeller munsion on the Hudson. The building is modeled nfter the ancient German castlea of the Fourteenth century. It is built on an elevation, and commands a fine view of the surrounding country. From the cattle towtr Greenwich harbor, Long Island sound, Statou Inland, and on a clear day the spires and Brooklyn bridge in New York can be seen. Xew York '" Sun. e tlflil' Now Ilrmif. haud-pom- SHALE'S Day. WE-L- . Season opens June H with a Grand Hop on Friday eve, J une . Dance called at J 130 sharp. Reduced rates for hoard and cottes till July i$t. KATHfc rOK bO.VKB FHOM JCLY JfT: J6o Per Week AJ A Mlrlilsmi Story. Nineteen years ago a Gratiot county, Mich., fanner rofused to let his daughter go to a candy pull. She went though, and remained away. Liw.t weok she drove up to her fnthor's door, lifted out RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. her eleven childien, coolly tok off her Session odious Sept, 10, 181)0. Krai.s r.nd astonixlied her fr.ther bj de"1 hmeen Departments. Tnrcc Colleges. claring that sho had coneludel to reClassical, Scientific, and Commercial Courses. Expenses moderate ?iSo to turn and stay home, and hereafter be nn obedient daughter. Philftt'alplrin 5:40. Attendance last session 326, from Ledger. 2) states and territories I' or full infornutii'it and catalogue, address An Interesting riionmiipnoii. L. H. BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor A new black spot has been approaching the grant red iot which has lxen visible on tho surfaco of Jupiter for a dozen years, and, according to Mr. A. S. WillW&m iams, seems likely to pass either over or uudfv tne.l (titer. Calculations show that the black spot should bo in conjunction with the center of the red yji t ui Aug. ATARI 2, and with the preceding end on Kept. XmXj ??. Arkansaw Traveler. Meal CotUse Rent, pur eek . ' " Month ... Horses fed, per Week Day SO . .30.00 300 5 l'ntitlrul J;t;ianoo. Masntoki Ikeda, son and heir of tho Duke of 12ijen,Jninti, is in Philadelphia. The young marquis is not yft twenty, but talk-- profnd!y on w!iticnl mid social affairs in Japan, lie is a great lawn tennis playor, and, like all lawn tennis players, a dotp philosopher, as will be seen by tho following Japanese poem which ho has written: "Tho green bamlMw lives many years. Tin bamboo which grows in tho emporoi's garden will hvo a thousand years without accident." Exchange. A s vzneaBWjfilai.&cBuv iTiVyriirr'iliiiaar The Treasury' Department propose-tOjaeitntit MfAAtsiiraCHicAcioIlT 7. resleeui at jxir before Sept. 1st, 4 J per iaii,.!.r- 1ffcViS!jBJ,P,-- A 170. cent, bonda of the Acts of July FAT SHUlCTUOIUi IlEll'KR. A and January 20. 1S71, to au amount not Thompson, not valuetl so much as formerly for beef. oxceedlug SW.OOO.OO1', ami immediately Leaking both i t. -- I. Kyi la PiMin .r H ue Pi They have simply gone out of fashion after Sept. 1, to pieay nil the interest to somewhat. Mr. William Crozier any LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI reltate. sr.iriicj&i 31, lie once knew a shorthorn cow to sell fo: August ... 111, without tsaW Dad). Sccurci to Tratelers, iaN iwn a 30,000. A Duty to Youraolf. While the polled Scotch cattle aud ikMi nunls will use a common. . ' i l'c "E D M N i. .; '" ITHE MOST RAPID ROUTE Vlu" pdl Solid yrotibule-rains 10 the Hereford are coming into vogue a ordinary for the same money Dr. Acker 'if K"t Kngiua ball one EvCf atttBafafsl taek,. sk. beef makers it by no means follows that pills are a positive cute for iwk hotUche aad ail Philadelphia sweet, easily the shorthorn is to go out entirely or liver truubles They are smaU, A. II Pesioy. Ukea he fasteat tun, ad n. .Now York, coasfortatle Ira.n, u. Baltimore, loe its useir'ness. Its beef is of excel- and do not gripe. For sale by " 'H,U,, "r Vl!!il " West ar.d an ' S ut.ira.l Alt Oll Is lent quality, at the very t wheu tb LcsmstUn, Caa't Sloop Nlsthta 'ly one gut .it :r Irons animal iso or fi ytars old. That, how- I the complaint of thousands susTeriag ever Corrected Time Card in lltcct !. 11. iao coughs, etc. Didyoa tri ever, is loader than moat stock raiser Dr Acker " Ren.vdy It ia the heal Sav M. nos. eet Mr.nn ,( .. . . t Ia!ty Fs.tMail Accom i KrUh W o a can afford to keep a bet-- animal in thi you want to use money ,r,u h ImowB for all lunn troubsea. ,. 0, , ,',,. Daily D.11.J Ves STATIONS. ..f A. K I enny. positive guarantee at Sc and 50c by FapreM.'Ei ban Ki Sua fast age. ror lull inform. .0. tin. virJ.. j. f,.r,, ' The usual gray, grizzled and brindled Lve Siartord 17 am is yi n'n etc, aligner address is Ji n'n A Child Klllott. 6 10 pen, 11 40 am j jo psa " Lcsingtob. ooftt of the shorthorn is well known. T " Wiif heater 00 prn 11 tt pn child kiUed by the use 01 opiate fjven 40 pes . Chicago. 11. f,A.l,k.Kl''i '" Agt , sianfo,.: K. B M ROIIKRT. mothers irtve irffct in bhape n pure blood should in Aaothsr of sooshindeadly Why is sarpnssa; "' Ml I'. Juactsoa j syrup the form W SterUac isoa i P1 1 the animal in the illustration, tkuir children such Morehead ..... t s pn 1 j pm tS ptr its pectsUut the except that it should not be o fat. Tl whea they can rul.eve Acker'c ild ef Soother. It ...1. Olive HOI.. llabr n u.inr Dr. ' AsaUad- pasi shorthorns have been bred for beef m; cesttains ao opium or morphine bold by A. R J ' Catlcilsburg. J IOImany genemtionj that they are com- Penny. 6 sj pes " Huniiectoa .. .. Lve. Huatinjroa. .. Wo Can and Do paratively wtrrth little as milk cattle, Charleston lor Dr. Ackers though they wer once excellent dairy Guarantee detnonetratwl to Wood Kliair, this it Masr Arr CllrVn Forgo. ' cotin-rthe poepleol tx,a fullv "ilLL'K OltASri IiOI'J'J0. ' Lynchburg ........ 11 4) am cows. preparatsoas rar that it is superior to all othercare tor syphilitic "Charlottesville .. lo SO tt is a. positise blooddlseases. Tho Shortest ntul Quickest Itouto from a JJ pot' " Washia:ten. It puriand mrnplu I'rlv.itfi Woii! Ilreedert. notionutg, alters, " lksltiatore ) pm Contrnl Kentuolcy to nit point, North ties the wool sratera and thoroughly builds up the " Philadelphia. . 6 is pm How is it that private breeders breed constitution. A. It. Penny. Eaat, West ana South-Wo" New York Kftt 9 eo psa more wiuuer (in proportion) than dc Unebetwoon Loxlnton and Cincin" klchwood, Va... i so pas Life Worth Living ? Is ' Oldl'ointComfert public breeders? Tho ivason is not fat nati. throu;h tho world a dyspeptic. Not if you isarienc............. . to seek. The former allows his year- Dr. Ackers Dyspepsia Iablels are a positise cure SC1IEDUI.K IN KFFF.CT MAY 11, , o am aatd ,:jo at lings to gallop about the imddocks until for the worst forms ol dyspepsia, indigestion. Mat- p Iraias leaving Leaiagloa c No. 7. Guaranteed and ol4 bv m daily, except Sunday naect at Wtr Chesconstipation. No. , No "" the- - go into the trainer's bauds, while ulency and ter for Rwhmoud, Ky and pmnts on the K C R. A.R.Penny. Kx s in I's Sua. Daily. the latter are by tlw force of circumMailed Vestibule La from NewVork. PhiladelA car tllledwitli tourists on tho stances obliged to pimper and fee I up l'TTi. tai phia, Washington and all punts KaK, arrives at I.ve Cisvciaaati .. i 10 a at, I rm Kead-iug- , ' It p in i it a m I p as. Lexington at 4:47 t as daily Stanford 11 j, p in. I.ve Coviagtoa... their yearlings for sale. It is natural Mount Ponu Incline railroad, at p n 4 FaM snail from Itirhnsond, Va., aad all petals Lve Fahnoath.. 1 si a m cj 17 ena l'a., became detached from the also that the public breeder takai gr"eut 11 10 a Bi 10 at p as 5 40 P ts t, Huntington, W. Va, and all local stations ar Air Pans o 15 P rnLf-- P ' care of his yearlings, which are there- gine at tho top of the mountain and a eJes Leilnztonat tj'40 noon daily except Sun- - Arr I.itiagloa... 1) 00 n I.elaris.?; ' I 45 p m y Stanford 11 ao a fore for a month or mora previous to few minutes later was a wreck at tho foot ' Accommntlation 57 p ni from (ilivellill and intermediate Arr Wiacbester.. i 05 p p X being sold led about at a walk for an of the grade, live miles below. Four oints, Richmond, Ki., and points on the K. C Air Itkamoad... p Ijopn y arnces at 4 Si P tun, ton 1 10, a m, daily, ox- Air Kakeaalar every day, and nro seldom people were killed and upwards of a hour or two Mian!, r.i Arr Stanford. t to p o I" snntiiv IIle urr tickets re .d rn.i su N. N A M. V if over allowed to go loose and have a f.ve (Itchasonci 5S p m score more were severely injured, tunny d i: D. Arr llerea good gallop. they pass 1 OJ p m S r II MilRSF, t'..P A (iminnati, O Arr Livington.. JLH. p m of whom will die. from the sale ring into the trainer's -- iL."" ImntU full of sift, unhealthy fat instead .Vo. 5. No. rstttr.H. Jlay TItmilc Her cf good, hard muscle. Live Stock Thr mrro OH.t-o- f "J. ( II. JI of Record. klmrt. lid., (mm n pre: mtuie dontli is ivou i: i.ve I.ivtngstoa... Sco a in deriul She statf. that 'or twenty yeart mj I.se Ilrea 10 .5 a m jfivi no medicine could cure her Her drugpsl iuk r use of Dr. Kind's New Diuc-serSeated the he bcuhi a Wttle and to her dr dose Sh lighs found herself heneftted frm nrst he continued its use and afu-- taking ten bottles own her i nd berseif sound and well, nose d.e housework and is as well as the ever ss. free trial iioules of this Great Discos ery ai A K I en ny'sdrus store; Urje bctltes 50c and si. r 11 li.V hI"' t f I'r, ,. t ..rr. t counts riapo .id I 1 1, Arl.t al Jun. t. ' HtWK W M" i I . 11 1. a. .1. .It. Del i'.i .t p,K' ' Agl 11 I V .: V I' I $ki& SSMkfeKtSt.. - 9mx 111, IfffllilaLi -- ' i, Joss NEW IAST MAIL -- m . a OLD GUTE . ......l "' K!"! Washington, F- -l i 1 ! bt-s- 11 . Ftt'" prep-arati- f a. , 11 3 1. r' I , I .ki. 1 5 . . . . M- Kentucky Central R.R. . (MB eru.-tion- 1 . . nt . u u-- - 11 I Soath-lloaa- 11 4 11 a, 1 - 1 11 -- t . Cons-equentl- North-Houn- d. V; aj.tt A. L POO NAM ORB. 30 Central University JIPFIELD'S 3HBgflsW OK WES R mil MONTHLY EIVlsLB-- - MENSTRUATION flF TAHtN DURKS tlt 0KKBER80rrtRlH8WaEt:W(ClKn RICHNESS CHM4GE. QV 8RLAT MMDFIELD REBUMTOtt CO, ATZAATABL miiorted that a r.o i ! f. wer has tfTohu-..- a discovered at the i u ' lua tho jj .'C. This floral t h . uer of changing its ct imt during tho v. In tho morning it isithi.e, when and at sun is ut Its zenith it 'it it is Line. Onlyrit no : ' .s it ,.v ' cut u:iy perfume. It i i8 i '. , i ' irl. rt dr u:i itt' in, Competitive trinls of sheep dogs aro a cotilcl noi le ii.Kir.uiii Pain on my feature of the live stock shows in Wales. In BrOOSt, shuulslrr an slumacn A., is much li ii'l.id.o and ilv wss sctl''i. The same sort of teste ahould Ije intro- Tnintm.-nldino no god mttil I ti.- - Dr duced nt our county fain. American Miles' New Hou't Curo und Iettir.itiv.' me, und llrst ,u.iu fnriuerj do not liegin to make use of the lno. Tho cured.bottle helped nt A. ItI v1' n '.ny . vlriua ly I'tr sul shepherd dog as much aa they ought to. ilrutr store. A lluo book on ttiu Hbaii- - .nd They do not know ite value when well NBitvcs free TP.ey All I'stlluU. trained. The following letter from Mr. V.'. A. TI rnsn, y Every United States agricultural ex- of Citiiub.is. Wii , "hag for 'My periment station ought to have a thor- hoail. ivl.'o," s.iys levrerv n if en traat'-- : !y li ht r 0 prostr.itu n stoma' h and oughly accomplished apiarist who will doctors In New Vwic. two In httug". on" la e'ri l'lillndo tell tho people of the stftt-- how they can Institute pliln. on In C'i for ,iti ivnd ue 'n- !i la'.'e 1 m nih ul' In make beo culturo pay. Honey ought to fatted. Hut oie belli" urD' H son.'.itc Neryino hbiped her wonderfully Tld slnuid clear oat of the markets tho glucose and ba utrd In nil ..en'ches, b. cUarlics. ch.n i;es of bulphnric acid sirups altogether. sm, life, nervous U'turl:vir ji. II etc. AU ut A. It l'nne's ilru, tore or fr.Hereford cnttlo are becoming popular trial botlle ami Dr. Mile- - t.eiv boolt on U.4 and are excellent beef stock. They are Nerve and Heart. 1'iilltiret; in J. He. being introduced into the northwuht to ,n uy In lutein People fail In many cruss with the native sto-A Michi,m rcllgKiii. in h m morality, gan Ann of Hereford bree.l.-r- s have been tioaltU. A in weatt ll' rt is o.'iiii un uni,U!)UPt If tho 1.1. hi. does not cnusi) nl falluroin lif for thre ye.j.r eending these cattlo to lungs, tlier- t Cuntnd Amencu to improva the beef circulate properly in thoetc. In the 0; am, short . iltz ncsi of Liruiitii. usllmui. noss, licadai'he, etc. ; In thu stotnncli. ulml, ctock of thi megniflceut cattle grazing iwln, Imtlgnslion, faint spoils, etc ; In Hie liver, plateaus of tliat region. torpldltj , congestion, etc. Pain In the left side, stomach strain. City chickens are liecoming tougher fchouhlor und maladies Drcuused by livuriCure for Miles' Now Tor all those aud tougher, and more hopeless than tho heart and lungs is the best romody. Bold, ever. After trying runeatedly to get a cuaranteod und recommended by A. It, Penny. freefowl that they caa miwticate families Treatise A Hoon to Wives t ctaw to buy poultry altogether, and Having used "Mother Friend," I wvuld uot Uiey may with thenieelve as wl o know be without it It is a boon to meat that travtb on four legs instead of they must pass through the mi painful ir.eui of ie, lows. Wr.'c the two. What is the matter with the poul- childbirth. Mrs. C. MebiAtiamu.t'.a for further Ilrndfield try sold in city uu rk.ts': We have seen particulars, Regulator all DruiiKi.ts. hold by ' tho atari :ueht made tliat it is the incu-btoLIQUOR HAB iv.ir.g t:tat luius the towls, Unit DRUNKBNNESS-TH- E In all the World thero ia but ono tile artificial licit t iIkks the meat and cure, Dr. Hnlnoa' Golden Specific. 9idki9 it wori than India rubber. Wo uho.i or flee a cup of It an he Eivtn do not know. We do know that the the knowledge of tho person tea toit, effecting j t iking whether the patient chickens now sold in the markets aro so speedy and permanent cure,an drinker is a mod fiendishly tough that it is impossible to Tnoutands 1 r..tc drunkard', orhave alcoholic wreck. been cured who of colfee eat them, and that this did not mo to bo have taken thu UoldctijreSpcciric lu tlieirthey call and to day believe without their knowled, the case. Seriously, will chicken raisers quft drinking of their own freewill. No harnrua, guar- give attention to this matter? It ia of etfert results from in administration. Cures antecd. vital importatico to them. They do not rfress in Send for circular and full puiticular ad, Oct OU.U brkllUC Co., iS.t confl Irnce Want to cut their own throats. ' Hace Street, Cincinnati, O. sli-o- I'ollltS llf llltt'l'IMt. h cr troubi.'d mu Kroa'ly. sk-ii- . Had smotli.-rlni- f ah il.-ti-t t bociino e wr. s I ' To cure milouKncss, Sick Headache, lonstl- pntlon,MAlarla, Idyer Complaints, tako tho safe nml certain remedy, SMITH'S 1 1.1 ILE BEANS Vmo tlii'SMAI,T,Slzo(OhttleP.ennstotlio botttCJ. 'IIIKV AltK THE JlOSr COSVKNIE.NT. a in 00 a in Lancaster .. 4t a m Richmond. . 10 00 a in Richmond?" 1 10 p in Winchester. eo p m Paris 40 j m I.exiugton . p m Paris --. jo p in Lie Falmojth.. p m 4 Arr Cnsington. .. 5 40 p ni Arr Cincinnati J so p m 7 7 Arr I.ve Lve Arr Lve Arr Arr Lve Lve Richmond Stanford .... ., '.'J '$ a a a a a 9 3 a to js a 10 45 a 6 11 in 111 nt' in J 45 P in 4 P mi 5 6 p in j 0 jo p ml 6 p m in rr m I' in - j llnff-i(- . 1 . nf i'illicr Trlre3i ltit:i fslr.o, t!3c. lc. 11 Sjp Axn. mt Itotllo. sag : rlu-um- 1 - ItHVUIIlUMrorltti sviysii iniiw J.F.SMITH&C0.UxicnifBILEDLi.3, ST.ICUIS MO. k. ik, , 1 I If VsAirUfiHO CONSsJMPTIOF COUGH OR COLD BROfJChJTIS Throat Affectlca Wasting of ?lo:h SCROFULA Or any UUc'tse are JiiI'it'ticf, Trains ..os. 11 and 14 run Sunday only between I iliciniiati and Lcsingtot,, leaving Cincinnati at and arrii ing at Lexington at 11 in L,t, Lexington at a 40 p. m. and arrive at Cincinnati af m. OntheMaysvtlle Hranch, No 9. leaves Pant at 3 00, am and No. 11. at m, arriving at 543. Maysvilleat lojs.am, and 8 10, 11 m. No 10 leaves Maysvillc at j,,j a m, arriving at Pans at 7 40, a in. No. u leaves Maysville at so and arrives at Paris at 4 15, P m. These trains are daily except Sunday. No x tuns daily from Lexingion to Cincinnati fto 41 leaves Lexington 10 00 am; amies Paris 10 a5 am. except Sunday. 8 a m , 11 1 1 - . ! - lt cou-tea- i'ou'er, oit crtn 'i. be rclrrni nud the Throat ami .iiii(t of XtrtuutU or .Vert Ctirvii by aBBSa9 KfiWSB C-- . r T-- I WvJPlV Amw tho& nrrkl m Lincinnatl and Lexington. 1 ana o make connections at forpolntsontheN N. A-- M. V.Uy Winchestei I M PORTAN r -- Twins el this line now arrive at and depart from the Central Unmn Passenger Station Cincinnati, making connections for all points North, Kast and West. Through tickets and baggage checked to anr destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address any agent ot the Co or W.L MNSONTrav Pas, Ag,.. Cincinnati, b. r. II MOU.sfc, ijCn Ajtt. Cincinnati, O. H. E HUMINt.KiN, . ,tC Pn-,'and (len I No 81eavesCincinnati5,opm;arrinsIa!mo'ith Otpm, except Sunday. No. 7 leases Falmoiilfi 600am; arrives Cincinnati 7 55 am, except Sunday Irani Notes. No. J runs dally between Lexing ton and inctiinatl. No a runs daily between 7 t .. !,,,,,. t Manatrer. 1 111 PL'RIi COD Athj'or S OF h' " With Hypophorpiilies. AG or LVER OIL MILK, to PALATABLE att' aecritt it stiVnllliilf. iJiiiii'sioia mirl Irt sio aUcllatnt huliire 1014 SCOTT Sold bu (ill i.rtffyt'.s..s. &. DOWWE.ChemlutB, N.Y. n:::r.""f."v.ii"uoqpt r,:iuiiiijiLaiuua uehititv; MlN3li(t1lliL,tint"0iBodrndicind, Effect. b..mVTis1o kinn..l..nrn ... ,,L,V I !V.r'""?ai. .""I" cslarxe 1 iKi:i.iViVMVMtTr.VVi. ! lo.ll FiB ne TflGT " n GfcNERAL OFFICIS nt,. Cincinnati, O. - - 'I- (i ONLY! xUSBE&mnfiBK ti