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Governor I.ltut.-Uutrrii- State.J'hn Very Disgusted Democrat. To th Eilltor Intcri r Joursl., Mt. Vbhxo.v, July 1. The Hon. HenA LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. u nig Bi.wn Oiwll tions to entertain Briar I'atton Moore lias been allowed A pension of $12 per month by lb trwif at Washington. No. 2i, the southdmnud fxprew, killi-ia flue 2 year old mule for C. A. Uedd. .sr , Tut'Hlny morning. Mrs. Dr. (. W. Brnniiugh and Miss Man Miuuly have ri'tiinirl l Stanford, after a two weeks' IbU at K. II. Bro noughV. Mi-- F.niina Soier, of I'aint , I is visiting Mr. Curtis Uover, her " old school mate. -- TV colored "brudders.' here will iclebrate tho glorious fniirth with crea-i- i dinner nt tho public hrhool build-irItb, they my, for the benefit of their nliUith school. Be chore 'on take tlat gnl obyo's! -- On tho 11th of July (which ta the SprinK hiu inlSatunUyK I will exhibit nt mule, races, Hill Park. saddludiorse tborottghbrwl races, pony races and races Remember am prepared to ynit saddle horses and to train trotter and runners. Soolt Fnrris. K. II. Bronaugh sold to Jake of (iarrard, :i nlain feeders at UJc. He also delivered to Jim MeC'irhy, July Um. 1st, :' spring ltimbs, averaging ": at i 10 per ewt. PiiiiM Richard sold to It II Bronaugh 7 head of TtXbpnund hub her cuttle at 2e. Mr. Uallatin Bobbin isiu from th West, visiting relatives here. MUbos Mollie ami Irvlo I'Uiimii, two wiusome Boyle rotintv beauties, arrived Wednesday t spend a week villi their conain, t, Mtas Bettn HigKiii". Mis Sallie Ixmisvillo, id with Mis. J. 11. of Stephens on Spring avonnu. l'oin Adams, of the Dripping springs locality, bud a good work mule killed by lightning during the storm Monday, whi b was very severe in that corner of tho universe. The mule was under k' tree near the house, and the fulling Iwlt stunned the entire household. No other damage was done. Kev. It. it. Odd well bus boon by I. Mclloluies, Kq., to pruned once n month at tho Holmes' school Louse. So overy 3rd Sunday at 4 o'clock, bntboHint and sinner may rejMUi thither with the full nwntrance of hearing something good for their souls' salvation. W. (J. Hudson, the whisky iiianu of I.elsinon, was in town Tuesday. Miss Neville Carson, of Brodhend, and Mrs. Mary Roberts, of Boone conn-t- , are the quests of Mrs. Judge W. (). Hansford, on Stanford stieet. Mr. Jim Burch, of Pineille, is down to see. his wif. Mr. Robert Cole, of Ikirbotirville, an old friend of the writer, and now a drummer for Swann, Alram A: O.. was in town this week. Mr. Tom Warren, of tins place, is now " captain " of a tram on the K. I. On emerging from Dix'a river Monday afternoon, in which he and several friends had been bnlhiuir, Mr. J. It. Bailey discovered a leech fastened to tho back of his hand. II removed the litand thought no more tle about it. Tuesday morning, however, y when ho awoke ho found his hand swollen and his whole arm paining tn intensely. He is at his store doing duty, hut drugs have failed to give blm relnd so far. Jud:e Carr, of (,J!as;ow, and his elegant wife, who wufc a Mish Lynn, and wli is extensively rolntwl to oiiio of the tirst families in Lincoln, are hero on n visit to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Middletou. Iii.Iru Carr is circuit judce In the Barren mer district, hnviin: boaton Lesliu four years nco by a handsouio majority. He is a staunch republican, and one of the most popular men in the "pennyrilo" section. He and his lady contemplate spending a portion of tho summer at C. o. springs. There seems to ho a schism in tho AV. C. T. V. organisation Iieto just now, occasioned by some dissatisfaction tho lato modal contest. At handltaste-not- , any r.ito the touch-not- , e-not sisterhood, that w:u wont to meet so regularly overy week, hasn't assembled behind closed doors since. Remember, my good sisters, that a house divided against itself can not stand, and that discord stiroth up strife. Prithee, lay aside tho iuerulousne.-- that doth so easily beset you, and learn how pleasant it is "for "sistern" ta.s well as brethren) to dwell and work toirethei in unity. On with your noble crusade! people nt urv-loUM- ry Hnrrteon Huston, the lepublican for LioutotiBiit (ioxemor, in bis can-didnte l .u-k- kf g 1 Krn-net- otn-pbn- ed , blood-sucke- r foui-full- 1 1 urow-ltiKont- s MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Miss Annie.J daughter of the lato William C.issius Uoodloe, Jwas married nt Lexington to Andrew Leonard. Marriage license was issued Wednesday to Mr. (ieorgo Swopo to wed Miss Jennie Baugh at Isaac Phillips yester-d- a . men, says in tho Times ; " The widow of Gen. Johu A. LoganJaHseverates that eho will never, no never, marry tho millionaire pension shark, Lemon, nor any other man. Friends of tho charming widow may take this assertion as oiliciul notice to lay in a aupp'y of wedding Logan, who knows i4fi the ways of wo- presents." speech here this evening, sft'T claiming of run. the earth and the fullness thereof for Ring Top Jars, W. J. Hfiidrick Atlorxy (tnral bis party, claimed in Rddition that the Fruit Jars, Scaling ..... ........Luke C. at'oiawa republican candidates had their demoAuditor OT Bow cratic competitors on the stump, beaten, Wax, extra top and ....H. S. Mai Trtarr. .......... ...... wbipied, routoil, and on the run, by OfOrarr Rubbers, Jelly Glasses. O. R. Mwariae reason of their indorsement, open ami Rrftirirr...... or Won fearless adx'occy of the New ConstituHras and Porcelain Kettle-.- . .'....(. P. TaoaiBMa tion, and the utter silence and failuroon fupl laMtvctlaa Of Owra. the part of the democrat to approve or V. Aaami Clerk Caart Appali oppwv or discuss it, and that Mr. Of Harrtion. Brown, seeing the dark shadow of his! County. W. It. 'tlMHI iMent rising up before him, and in or)udg WW Xtynwit m 0 rf ICdmitt n der to check if possible the unmistakable V J MM) M2A of public sentiment against him, trend NEWSY "NOTES" had ventured briefly to announce in his I.AIh AU..,XHfR'.i HOTKI., in-The l.oiiisville ( ominenial Club Falmouth speech bis intention, as nn dividual, to vote for it but would not again MK) by the Muv festival. lott AND The lie factory at Danville has shut during tit canvass allude to or mention mil." Tho only thim? that i a eroilif ux lliia anltfikil Mr Ttrtttt Ifu liimil dow n on Kotviunt of n failure of the wa. helooked Bay. 2.50 I,,. !m ml hf km ml.lke,i: ter supply. like ami sjioko like Matt Adams. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-MousJudges A. II. Cole Hnd V. M. Beck-n- would not be permitted thus to' run LOUISVILLK. KV. with tlu WAYNESBURG. nro announced nuulidales for the with the hare and hold bounds : " that ttiv were after him. and W. R. LOGAN, Prlanaaer. Court of Appeals. -- Cieorge Leieh lost a valuable mare he would have to talk or go to bole. A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. Thirty skeletons were found In mi I a democrat and will vote the ",ai weth obi ico house at Chicago, and an investiHorn to the wife of J. S. Holton a limnrnilr liekft. but ns the Courier-gation is being bad. Y- - Ballard, of JouniKl in holding the white flag" x!r,la."'1 ,0 tho wlfl "f (iov. P.ittiaou, of Pennsylvania, a JLiOCl. oUl U ".viiesburg, boy, both June Ihi. jEVSiia W& 6 WQiVZ T 121 X UiCl "Dft15'10 S7 of the II I bills pawed by the re- and crying true in the midst of the con-u. l'aitgett is quite sick at tells Hict. itself the commander-in-chief- , publican legittlature. will her father's, Mr. Klau Ball's, of Fub.mks. In nn osrgnting contest Joe Unnnu, us the other members of our ticket (i. I'. Fry was at Somerset isiting of Bnayer Fall, Penu.. ate 'J ggs, ehells follow the head ami make a similar an- friends a few days of last week. Mrs. nouncement and relnps into silence mid all, in two miuutes. I shall take quite as much pleasure inl Mettie Cobb, of Bucvrus, O., is visiting A &toriinhoc.t war betwion Louivillo Has the largest and her father, Mr. Francis Startler, hero. Mud Cincinnati has put the fare down to voting Hgninst evory one of thoni on the Melvern, the little son of young Kit 7H) cents, or less than a third of a cent a (piestton of the constitution as I will in Brown, w ho has M0ST COMPLETE STOCK been very sick w ith an for thetn for their respective of- voting wile nbcesa of the liyer, underwent a surgical me inen-J- ot the new con.utu- It is said that tho wine mOduct ofi'operation on that organ performed by tion. democrats and republican, seem fJNl Or CHlUornia this yenr will lendTi lff.OOO.OOO, T.V?41io . .ntirl w,..-- . -Drs. O'Bannon and Bryant last Monday. .a'at Intjjust for to be as much surprised as those wln The liltle Miow or 'JO,WO,OU0 KuMoiifi-t- be wetting weaker and are oppoaimr it at the flop and fall of the cver s"0"'" i" Stanford at prices l year. VV . In Iiuiel yesterday ",VM- a,v "u,v ,10i)l!8 0l "1S recovery. ns low as the lowest. White Miikere cbugel uKn tho -a- M-' "' thu idle pilfering boys here Uv It lius been the i... I have one of the best watch-maker- s negro lalwrerent FrHtikliu, Wash., I.. in..koMsi in the State, Remember that oke into tho depot one day last week and killed fonr. Tho militia tun been eret of ita friends and the exultant lov 'and took from it a atch or Jewelry Repairing. Don t have to lot of candv mid who can do anything in of its enemies, and it had as well go into calif d out. lynches belonging to one of our mer - send jobs to the city. Fograving of all kinds beautifully done. Old A witch etigint at White Haven. its bole and pull tho hole in after it til chants. Such youngsters as these ought ni,j nmi 5;k ,.r rni. '.. nf :ri:,rk-P-r nricc. Ic cnl!-- 'onr traHn nn, Pa,, exploded killing the ontito crow, this canvass is over in Kentucky, for tin l l question'is settled I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. which consisted of an eiigiinHsr, llieiimn til this constitutional morm"i-- ' tiU besides doing ted and it can not get a corporal s guard to listen "0I" and two brakemeii. the chores, then we think better tituena A bunk examiner has taken charge to it articles on the tnriu", the McKiniey wool be made of them. a. a SINE J N Mtixr.FKE of the Ninth National Bank of Dallas, bill and republican corruption and proTex., and its doors are closed. Hepoei-to- rs digality no matter how ably and truthHUBBLE. fully they may be written. As we had will beseemed. HK cholera is raging here -- It is atated that tho Piuevillo Iron thought our greatest general had lied fields, and lowered his colors before it seems as though it was purposely sent The best selected dock .ud lowest prices in Central Kentucky. and Coal Co. has sold it;-- interests in the to tni out the pike bogs, as they can't n tho skirmish line of the enemy, wo must Pinuville ami vicinity to a rich SASH, tight the battle without hiui and will be educed by scarcity of corn. Mrs. syndicate for $1,000,000. Hlackorhy, who had two mules killed by DOORS, L.ATS2, Illinois court of appeals, has de- surrender only when defeated. In Bell, The lightning Sunday, had some years back SHINGJLEy, . cided that guests at a hotel conducted Knox, Whitley, Uurel and Kocke.vdle, SIDING, a cow killed by lightning, and last year on tho "American Plan" may not be the people ar divided pro and con, but Verandah an' Stuirwork at city prices. to! two mules she sold Walker A: Hubble I do believe the majority are opposed ohanysl for meals they have not oaten. 'WZFJsZ .&.WJD 'be same, and has had the railroad whore' wr" killwl It. Tlie peopl-aloThe Mbwouri river is at its highest on tho farm struck a time or tnt' I have been, have gathered at the stopWe carry a fuh stock of everything' found in a point since lvsl. Many farms ate two- - Provisions in the crib and meat and crops are ruined. The river nlnu nliices to eet a Courier-Journavery few want it. house have got too shoit for the midustorday and has cut a now channel near Atchison. Hxamine our deigns and pvtiiloui . before letting your contract night rogue of this community, and thev Tho failures for tho first half of USUI People mistrust and doubt its sincerity MNK & MKTEFKK, Stanford, Ky, attacked the gaidons of John Bill and or bu:lili;v. A Demockat. now in everything. aggregate (1,07 1, with liabilities of Henry Spoonatnore some nights ago. It agaiiiht .VV ami liabilities of is not decided which they will be killed -,- FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. hj.OOO.OOO for the same period in 1MK). jta by poison or the shoUun. MUs Magg'e Harvard has. conferred the degree of Clay county. Mo., will be represent Suiuebroad is out again after an illnes X JLaO LI l. on John Randolph Tucker, the ed nt the World's Fair by a span of of several days. The two beef clubs most scholarly Southerner ami one of mules Is bands high and weighing It.SflO meet hero Friday, and it is decided by the profoundest thinkers among living pounds. cuttle dealers that it will be risky to Americans. old colt. His H!gbnes, drive iftttlo past here on that day till the The VB KaaaarraaJabzijk''j;'aT? K Lewis Milliliter, who escaped from won the (1 real Trial Stakes nt Shoeps-heaIN members get their hungry appetite New Kngiiiud, Mo., over a year ago, the Bay, IteatiiiK all the best Kastern satisfied. Tho now constitution seems ' i.lLf taaaglIaMMawaaaB"BiaMMaFlhjaitataat Jt Ho. day before he was to have been hanged, youngsteis in training. to be gaining ground in thit locality. wan ortpturcd at Chicago after a desperTho Cincinnati mniket for cattle is We regret to learn of the illness of Mr. ate resistance. dull with best shippers at ft. nml select Millard Herring, and her.old and man A Ciravhon county boy tied a gentle butrhordl to 5; bogs are active with friends heie extend best wishes for b r On the market is the RETS OF ROCK SALT because stock will do cow's tail idiout his neck the other day best at I ..") sheep are stoutly at !5 to 5, 20 per cent, better and it will gi three times as far as common barhasty recovery. The colored people have while driving tho animal to the pastuio. lambs to ij. a Car lo u' and will quote low price. rel Salt. I have- just a picnic on U. A. Swinebrond's place, on Tin cow became frightened mid dragTho booth and field privileges of the Island No. 10, the 4th of July. A grand ' ged the boy to death. Uaimrd couutv fair will be let to the time is expected, with good music and! suit, highest bidder in front of the Court d.meing. The famous Megibbon-Bedforin Woodford, that has been in court for House, July Ith nt 10 o'clock. K. V years or more, was decided by n jury Mt. Xkni.v. Mrs. Bettio Broaddug, il ' Lilian!, secretary. in favor of the Megibben heirs, tho ver, of the lato A company has been organized in dict being for ?.,000. d New York, with a capital of tl,000,000, The statue of Uon. (.i rant, tbu larg- for cultivating a farm of 112,000 acres in est broiuo ever cast in America, arrived Florida. It will bo devoted to tho rais-iu- were driving became frightened near the at Chicago Monday loady for erection avenue gate of Mr. A. tJ. T. Smith, and of sugar cane and cocoanuts GUOC3SKY" in Lincoln Park. It will bo unvailedtho speed, The llnest more mule seen hero for running a mile at a break-nectlrst week in October. a good many days was one bought bv the vehicle W113 overturned at the juiic- Nearly 200 prominent republicans Henrv Dunn from J. K. Baughman for tion of the Danville .UIIUUll! HUH C3IH11 have signed a protest against tinny con- $'200. She is two years old and as "lino by City jiikes. Tho occupants were trolling the political atl'airs of Pennsylsplit silk." Ware A; Vermillion cut thrown violently to the ground. Mrs in vania, because his methods are corrupt, 10 acres of wheat with two machines in Broaddus had throe ribs and collar-bonunscrupulous and disastrous in results. six days and sold it to Funk Anderson broken, while Miss Lena Buffered the T)ri.Ml CUlcl Pl'llUeS, lUCe, Cheese. Joseph Patton, who lives near Clif- threshed at the shock at 77J. Advocate. breaking of nn arm. Dr. T. M. Lewis . ton Hill, in Bandolpb county, Mo., still W. O. Brock sold to John A. Judy was quickly summoned and rendered ho rodo in the confederate ")0 has the pony Mrs. export cattle, weight about 1,000 lbs., tin nicishiirv tirofi'RsionMl niil. army. It i. now "( years old and is as to bo taken from Sept. 15 to Oct. lo, at Kugone Kelley can raiso more raspber- - Lamps, Glass- - and Oueensware, Tin- - and Woodenware, Fruit Jars, fat as iv mole, not having been used any, . ets. He also sold his wheat crop tomo nes on a smaller area than anybody. Jelly Glasses Cvc. or very little, for some years. time ago to Nelson Bros, at Do ets., de- Stio savs she gathered '25 gallons on a J. Hull Davidson who purchased the livered at the thresher. This is several space not larger than two rooms, and Plncnix Hotel, at Lexington, for $17V cents higher than the market at present. that she raised 15 or 20 gallons of straw-- . 000, has sold a half interest, including J. L. Brown sold 00 export cattle, deliv- berries on even less grouuit. Iho satn-- i the furniture in it, to M. C. Alford and ery last of July, nt 51. Winchester pies she sent us were evidence conulu-- 1 These gentle- Democrat. D. F. Fraer for ?1."0,000. sive the fruit was delicious. Did you men will form a stock company and A: Leo bought of W. D. know that somo of the ladies of Stan- -' Moreliind build an additional story. Woatherford -- head nice cattle at 1J ford aro learning to ride bicycles '.' Such The completion of the L. it X. to n cents; of F.minet McCormack a lot of is the case, but of course within closed connection with the Norfolk A; Ureat butcher stiill' at cents ; of same 100 doois. Bossing a suburban residence Western opens up another and shorter ewes nt $15.10 per head; of Adam Caipen-to- r the other day, 1 saw one making a ctr- - j route to tho seaboard. From Louisville IIS at $ I per head. They also bought cuit of the room at about a 2:20 gait, to Norfolk on the Atlantic ocean is only in Tennessee during the last few days gracefully " riding straddle." I saw her zmxicaaaQ 700 miles, giving tho L. A; N. grout adbut u moment loug enough, however, 1,000 ewes at 3 per head. The same and for vantage over any other road. firm sold to W. M. McAfee 14 ewes at to assert that she will become an expert Maggie Moore was arrested tit SlJ.T.'i per head, and sold to W. H.l'rowitt in tho us of tho wheel. Cantorln cures Colic, Constipation. "CastorlaUsoweUadapted to children that Harrodshurg for appearing in male attire, a bunch of wethors nt SU 10. Sour Stomach, Dlarrha-a- , Eructation, 111. I recommend It aiuierior to any prescription church festival at an At Kills Woruu, t'ived gl.wp, and jrvuioiel which Bhe donned for the purpose of secestion. lrmn to nift " II. A. Archeh. M. I).. curing work. Her sweet voice and tiny I WltEuut injurious medication. Dan Burch, a negro who attempted Brusbton, .N. Y., hist Saturday night, 411 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. was ouly able to rape on n white girl at Bort Gaines, Cia., persons were poisoned. Thu pastor of feet betrayed hor. She Toa CesTicn Company, 7 Slurrajr Street, N. Y. earn 73 cents a week as a woman anil was taken fiom the abend', castrated,, the chinch and two women have died, was unaKle to get employment even at! hung by the heels ton tree and riddled and the condition of the others is criti1 cal. that. with 2oQ bullets. Mil licll C. AlfuH -j 1 I. Ford in conlined to his be with typhoid fever, Mr. John Hoskins brought an otter in town Wednesday that ids boys and dow had caught in Little Laurel creek, two and a half miles from town. Mr. James Province, proprietor of tho Province hotel, died Wednesday evening. He had a cancer on his noso, had lieen there for several years. Ho, had eryslpilas with the cancer, which caused his death. H. II. Houston, republican enndi-- , didate for lieutenant governor, spoke hero on July 1. He hud a fair crowd, numbering when I went in (J. He did not preach anv epublican doctrine at all, and stated he did not expect to bo elected, but that he laid all that aside in favor of the new constitution. His L. Fancy & Family Groceries Mason's Fruit Jar-- , JCf JL lUrl iO W W IfA iL. J?K IfB ljl A Tf i llD Per e, 9 i, ZShL.THOROUGHLY RIKOVATEI) IMPfiOYBD. .... thl "'"'l'l'k'nB Kates er 11111 i 1 I- - vi-to- """. He 0 I Tt.0 j A. R. ' 4-- 1. Penny t. timS&tit ya7JVi. Z' - S7,t J. t im-port- Courier-Joiirnn- - ("'yW' riV:"Vi !jiy "u-nrl- - 'nt 1 ' L J Stanford Lumber Yard, IOIRER, FLOORING, CEILING, BLINDS, north-wotor- 1 ng over-tlowe- d, - '' WOVEIT SLAT l?E.WOa l. to-da- y FIRST CXLSS WMBSH YARD. n-- ' 'j MOST, Popular SALT i ' d . laBllinBSaBiUiaaaaMiHBanijiifit ; 1 - ' lri,t' rn...ed d J". 3. POSTER. ' g issrsGo k .V e LO A. A. W ARKMN b (3IOL For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Annies. PsadheS Picliles, Preserves and Jams; 1 - l 1 '-'1 ; SU.-- Infants Children. ice-crea- 1 1 1 J , rMiLajL. J.TAiMidi. - - J6AJ. . i i. -.- ifc ii-- . - I.'"' Iv.-ttflu- t rSMtil.. '. 'Tj T Semi-Weekly ' & fv "Tmj J" V tr Interior Journal W. F. WALTON. Stanfoiiu, Ky., A - - Jui.v 3. 1891 Amaj: to do possibly a great public work, one which might be of inestimitblo advangoods tage to the people. No matter how bad Underly the people of Stanford might need a car line, water works, electric light or oOc. Goods: any like modem improvement, the conwool Goods struction and successful operation of which is proceeded by the granting of a wool franchise, they could not under this inri-2cShoes: Lculies strument give the franchise to any one aiLUHS . rrnin. s m ini i&Kio vi A.j.fy-.or more of their fellow citizens, but :. rrmn. -.i f tvi't rsoitfo' vtt-SLnmcrs in, mt.nl.hinv r,t vn,itnn,7 must sell it out to the highest bidder! And for what wise purpose? If the Oil Cloth, of frauchise should bring $100 into the before. Come see town coders, wouldn't the people have get to pay it back in tho increased price for OOc up. to their water or light? All of which or means simply this, that the town der." county shall impose a line upon auy In the llrst place, no county, city, town man who gets a franchise to do a public or taxing district, as such, has ever had or much needed work. After the tine is Tinder any law in Kentucky the power paid, then the public spirited citizen is to grant a franchise. There is nothing graciously given the further privilege of in them, about them or belonging to contracting with other citizens for land, goods them from which the right to exercise so right of way or other property necessary distinguished a mark of sovereignty may for the completion of the work. be inferred. Plainly, they do not For the purpose of raising revenue inherent power to grant franchises. m my of the States have imposed taxes Their power is wholly derivative de- upon the right which a corporation has rived from the State of which they are to operate a franchise, but we have never but integral parts. It is essential to the heard of a tax upon the frKuchise to be A. URBANSKY, character of a frauchise that it should be a corporation. The former is property, MANES AND a grant from the sovereign authority, and ought to bo taxed the latter is not interference and in this country no franchise can be even an element of value in estimating pertinent, if held which is not derived from a law of tho worth of stock. It is not property, with tho business of tho people on the GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS. the State. It is a special conference by it is not vendible, and even a tax against one hand, and its partial and vicious legSiturday, July 1th, is aj -Mgovernment on one individual or a col- it will not be assessed. But under our islation for and against certain classes on of individuals a privilege which new, our decidedly novel, constitution, the other. The democratic party is com national holiday. I he stores und shops lection does not belong to the citizens of a the mere frauchise to become a corpora- mitted against nothing more bitterly or will be closed all over the laud, and the country generally by common right. tion, the mere franchise to operate a unalterablv than against these twin question that will naturally arise in the is ho wand where And we repeat that no municipal sub- ferry, the mere franchise to furnish a abom nations. It is of the very essence minds of many of the State, n such, has ever district school with fuel and water, must of democratic faith, nnd of democratic to spend their holiday. Let me suggest division in fight- Green Briar Springs as one of the moot l possessed the right or attempted to ex- be sold like the offices of Koine to the history, and the ercise the power, to grant a franchise. highest bidder. Aud beside this, the ing the new constitution, which it has desirable spots on earth to spend the Is Receiving His It will be observed that this section is privilege of selling spirituous liquor and itself denounced as the embodiment of 1th. There you will find all that heart ' not a limitation upon the power of the of keeping taverns must be let out to these two political crimes, would be can desire, an elegant company, an legislature to invest municipal sub- the highest bidder. For thus saith the acting simply in the line of the strictest abundance of shade, deep i a vines, nnd divisions with capacity to grant fran- law, and there is no escape from it. partisan duty. Whether, therefore, us sparkling springs of God's own medicine, chises, but is an express prohibition to patriot or democrat, whether as public pure Mowing water, and all that heart Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit GdiraiiU-od- . Give nini a call. noes. j0UrnHi or as party organ, it has'nt in can desire to eat. An admittance fee of iiiKiiopoi tne vjouner-Journthe municipalities themselves from doing 25 cts. will be charged. This will entihad power to not seem to have scared any of the news- - this mutter a lei: to stand on. things which they never papers opposing the new constitution do. But the shock of thisdesertion is over, tle you to free access to all the hull is true that judicial tribunals with but the Times, which immediately be the line of battle is unshaken, and no rooms and to paiticipatu in the dance,' It territorial jurisdiction limited to a mu- came demoralized. The Owousboro Mes damage has resulted except to that paper both at day and night, without any fur- nicipality have, by virtue of a delegation senger is not of the surrendering sort only. Ton feeling of indignant disgust ther charg", and this will also keep away has made among the friends of this great ''organ" a certain element that it never desirable of authority from the State legislature, and thinks the Courier-Journa- l power of confer- itself redicculous by turning its tail to has succeeded a strong inclination to to have at a picnic. It you desire you-calawfully exercised the bring your dinners, but you can oh ring franchises, but this is plainly dis- the enemy. Tho Covington Common- laugh at it. In some comments on this from the action of the municipality wealth grows firmer in the faith and matter in the last issue of this paper we tain a splendid one hero for 50 cts. tinct FOR CHILLS & FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, At precisely !i o'clock a. M.,as a fitting itself. A furry, when not used in the more vigorous in its opposition; the took occasion to compare our great convernacular fccnse, but as a law term, Hopkinsville South Kentuckian is en- temporary's fluke to the (light of King celebration of the grand It la. there will PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL means the franchise of running a boat listed for the campaign and will con- Frederick from Mollwitz. But this, on bo a Ralute of IS enormous cannons find DISORDERS. to and fro across inland waters. This tinue its tight in the interest of the peo- reflection, seems pitched in too high a which can be heard n distance of 10 CENTS FOR SALE BY ALL DRUCGlSTS. a county court may grant, but ple's right to govern themselves ; tho key, and somewhat moreover in '"Frcles miles. franchise If want to have PREPARED BY RlCHflRBSOH-TAYLO- R MED. CO. SUOUiS MO. in doing so it exercises by express au- Frankfort Capital abates no jot or tittle vein." A major general of militia, mak- come vou Green Briar on u linnriv im.l to the Itli. of its opposition; the Padueah Standard thority the power of the State, and not on a runaway horse ing for the woods Uespectfully, I). G. .Slum, HTi.it. the power of the county. So it is, we will remain with us to the end; the Hcared by a blank cartridge, both hands Herald will fight to the finish ; clinched in the poor beast's mane, both repeat, that wo fail to comprehend what HOUSE, ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, Bucklen's Arnica Salve purpose is to be subserved by forbidding the Richmond Climax does'nt bow to the spurs dug deep into his tlanks, and the 'the best talvc fur F. D KILEY, Proprlotor, ami other" subdivisions of the behests of the would-b- e leaders nnd will good broad sword beating a wild tattoo ores, ulcer, tilt in the world sores,cuts, brums, Sew nth and Market street, counties tetter, chaprheum, ftver Suite from doing things which they have not alter its course against the new con- on his ribs, amid the yelling applause of ped ha nil i, chilblains, corn and all skin cruji London, - - - Kontucky. "Ons and potitively cures ilc, or tio pa requirLouisville, - - - Kentucky, I have moved U my new Hotel and never attempted to do, which no one stitution ; the Catlettsburg Democrat is the whole muster-field- , would furnish ed. It n Ktinrantccil to true perfect saliifaclier, bettt in public Wll I. OPU.N MONDAY, MAR meprtd than ever to ever claimed they had power to do, and in for the war. But it is useless to pro- an apter illustrative incident, and could or money refunded Price i$ cent per box. liooil I.ivrry attached accommodatn the and every convenience dt I'orsale by A K. Penny. Stanford, Ky tired. Give me a call. State itself could not long the Hat. If there is a deserter Havinr sold out our entire interett tn the koiel, possibly which the present a no more deplorable and nuicuFRANK KII.KY. n JcMenon ttrert. we have moved to our Id 77 the two mentioned tho fact does Ions snectacle. than did the Courier- The Flrut Step. empower them to do unless we indulge stand tint c occupied for year so uiccfiillr run down, can't l'erhap on Seventh and Market ttreel. are no it the assumption, involving tho contradic- not appear, and those two are catching Journa jn jtfl remarkable exit of last ilcep, can't you arecan't ik anything to e.it, m't think. jour satup in elegant hape. new throuclwut and flttinc . tho u. Vou you wonder that ,,c el'fUnt, Including one ot tion, that a sovereign while retaining his it from both side, the advocates of tho $5.1Ilininv from the field of "general de- - isfaction, and the warning, you are ail ?'."!? fT,y''ry takinc. the first should heed Hale Safety l'a.enger and lliCEaKe Ulevatur Dealer in I'orcijn sovereignty can abnegate his sovereignty new constitution regarding them with as bate." iKmettic on need a nerve step into nervous prostration. with all the late tniprovrments We all of tonic and Klei trie Hitter you will Hud tho exact our old friend to c.me and see u in our sni heme. old respecting those things which only a much suspicion as the opponents do with remedy c promise you that our room, table and service which was normal, for restoring your nervou lyitumtoiN WINKS AND LIQUORS, Tub Georgetown Times, healthy condition Surprising results shall be trrnnd to none in the land. My wife, .Mr. sovereign may do. For, as already stated, humiliation. with reference to follow the ute ol this Nerve Tonir and Alterative Semi & Aikerniau' and Milwaukee bottled Jo II. Alexander, rather antlo be remembered to alt can be bestowed only by sovYour appetite return., (jooil diotion is restored beer. V4 a franchise Jeffervni ilreel, bet Flod and tirlidy friend and she will be glad to see them The Weather Bureau has not 3nlv the new constitution until it thought it and the liter and kidneya rrsume healthy action. Prcttun. I.O I IS 1LLK. KY Meara bottled and uive them n hearty roeptiou Fare $ per day. ereign power; and although the legisla- been transferred K Penny's IO Al KXANIIrlt Manajer but it has a new chief. beer, warranted to keep tix My good "" opposition vanishing, picks Try a bottle Price 50 cent at A drug store tive councils of a town or city and the Mark W. Harrington, editor of the saw the will be found at the Purtman Home alom and : (rr, up courage enough to runark "The A Little Qlrl'B Exporlenco in a Light at Fcrrill llro' , Rowland county courts of a county frequently American Meteorological Journal and of Hon. John Young Brown Houbo. j piss ordinances aud enter judgments or professor at Ann Arbor, Mich., will here- declaration in favor of the new constiMr and Mr l.oren Trctcott are lreper ol the at Falmouth franchises, it is at last Gov I.ighthou.c at Sa.nd Iteacli, Mich , and urp orders granting after tell us what kind of weather we are all the " stuflin " out of daughter I.atl April CBr but the sovereignty of the State acting going to have. lien. Greely will be tution knocked other side, and there blet.cd witha dwu with4 meiitlet,old followed with a he was taken the boys on the dreadful tough and turning into a fever. Doctor through these instrumentalities. chief signal officer of the army. The all along the at home and at Detroit treated her, but in vain. i' louicviitf MtwllftlKVl Cmcicn Ci u.. Indeed, whenever the State exercises other signal service officers were all dis- are signs of a surrender he grew Horo rapidly until he wa a inert' j men sne irieu wr runs line." At the time the Times was print- "nanuiui 01 Done is of necessity its sovereign power, it and a half 10 New charged, but most of them will be reapbeen little or no expres- bottle Diuovery and alter the uaeof ay Dr, wa completely cured. They and exclusively through its legislative, pointed as the law transferring the bu- ed, there had worth it weight king' by the press since Mr. Brown's de vet you New Piumtry trial bottle free at inA gold R may get you a its executive or its judicial branch of reau from the war to the agricultural de- sion claration, so the "signs" which the Penny's drug ;ort. government. These branches may exist partment gives them precedence to apAnd... astute and usually reliable editor thinks in small territorial arears or limited mu- pointment. Miloa' Nervo and Liver. Pills ho sees, is all in his eye. There are no Acton a new principle -- regulating the liver, nicipalities, but sovereignty nevertheless bowel the nerves. through them, and the The decision of the supreme court in signs of surrender anywhere that we can itomach andDr. Mile through speedily cure A new billon manifests itself Pills dUcovery ... .And .. neii, bad tate, torpid titer, piles, loattipatioti municipality is nothing except the par- the hat trimmings cases will take about observe. S ma licit Unequnled for men, women, children mildest, uret dose ticular boundary in which the State $25,000,000 more from the already deMa. CLKvn.ANii is not likelv to accept at A. It Penny's,50.Stanford35 cctit. Samples frt speaks through a given channel. Aud pleted treasury. The suits were by the any suggestions from tho New York I'iclliiiaii YeMibuled Ilu tic t Sleepers snd E. llulTet Chair Cars on all Irain through to ."Inr.lotiH iCuilumiicc. just why a county or town shall be importers, some 1,500 in number, who Sun, which has always shown its bitter Chicam h ilhout chance, granting a franchise for claimed the material dutiable at '20 per enmity, but that paper makes one all the Tbo vnkt amount t.f labor performed l)j tho prohibited from io na the Monoii und eel the licit for tho lean ol lln botlv heart m ki p n nil portl'-Hi r information addre with blood known. a longer period than 20 years when it cent, ad valorem under the act of March same as follows : ''After the faithfullest l(W,0'lttin"i nnd is not fh" blood nt tho It bonis inoiii ) rate of HAftKKK.t; I'. A, Chicago STANFORD, KKNTUCKV. grant a franchise at all is more than !M, 1SSS , the government claimed and of friends, it should be named Daniel 11S ini'f. u u.iv fnr" . J oDu.0") (nwtlrnoa and U CKL'SII, I) V A . I.ouuwlle wine can't 5.1M.Stt) tnili-- Inn life tinio N wotidm thero fla a first elm Ilarber Shop on Main Mreet, opexacted 50 per cent. For three years Lamont, or Daniella, as tho case may ore so many we can see. posite I'nrtinaii lloue and Invite a share of your Heart Failures. 'ro rt If Ml ARK OOI HO tip Prompt attention toouttidc calls and patronage it. lr 11m The first part of this section is there past the shopping woman has been pay- be." If this needs a diagram, pernaps (symptoms nro hhoi Milossor Hoimirh, nhenoxor ttut terinff, cislriir pain in Hie special attention to ladiet and childrer. Work ok when Frankie will furnish it. done in the latest -- style with neatness and dis fore a puzzle ; but the second paragrah ing $1.50 for a $1 cho'iin? In tbnmt. oppression then follow wralr, po i patch hunjfrv or smoin Mvuiien nin. .oh, "" fin of it amazes us. "Before granting such $1.20 was the lawful price. etc. Di. IV. in.ii ai thk Miles' Ni.wllKUU CL'lli: U THE Kin,ilif.', of Philadelphia bought of tho only romeiiv bold by A. K. Penny. privilege for a term of years, franchise or MHssttU .VjMffiHHTBiW Tub Louisville Times has it upon un- William Moore, of Boyle, a pair of s llf( SiiusuiH a nay. such municipality shall first receive bids doubted authority that both Gov. Buck-ne- r .f ilail.Mrt II A 'in in r of Vittu.u, Iml .lived horses for $o'2o. therefor publicly and award the same to ttvo thousand .wo bliu would lmvc boon and Knott, members of tho of Hallway Conductors thought to be .iur os-fspirits bho in Tho Order the highest and best bidder." That is constitutional convention, are wiis subject t opposed withdrew its application for membership dlzzine buk.11 he,ui.k os. r.. lion, licudaclm, tmlpl'ut n and forty to to Bay, conceding to a city or county, tho to the adoption of the instrument by in tho Federation of Railway Kinployes, fifty ihhiis (, it iij T iou.'Ii u. m bocu trent-epower to grant a franchise, befoio the the people and will by To cure niro'if '.- - v refuse to sign it. and the supreme council of tho federa- ccs(, hoIkIiI phvlel,.ns for yeins without sue Louisvn.ec 4 Nashville R. n. bir una botllo t, lnsti- n.i!.;i'rniiinii county grants to A. a franchise to operate Several other of the more distinguished IHltlMI, M il . ho of tho order of J)r. Miles' Itestnrut vr Nrrvlno. A trial botn tion rejected theapplications tle, of this new anil wniiiurMt! iix'ilit'tmt and across Dix river; before the town a ferry I'll' all ' UtUe line for you, as Its members of the body are said to be eith- of ltaihvay Telegraphers and the Broth- fltioly llt.iitrali d treatise fitful A It Penny's of Stanford grants to B. the franchise to er opposed to its adoption or care very Drug More, who n commends and cilaranlucs It, erhood of Railway Station Masters. operate a street railway ; before it grants little which way the cat will jump. In Hijrri8on county some boys nailto 0. the franchise to lay water main?, Male cloic conne. tions at & p4 fta HP III ed a reen boy in a box and told him county shall receive bids By the new jugglery of figures the the town or him in tho CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE And goinij to throw m vhj 613 and award the franchises to the highest public debt appears to have been de- they were When Baby was sick, wo her Costorla. For all points. I'MttiioK'ZWMJ.iciri. t "nJua stitho other words the county or creased $,t)l)2,80l during the month of river. They kept him in the box for an When she waa a Child, shoeTe for Castoria. bidders In cried ootllCj III! slit; imi 'm CiiNViiMEKT. and when they let him out THKOUCH TICKETS SOU). .10 jo . the town will sell out. Just as tho Juue. Figures wont lie, but the treasu- hour or two, When sho became Miss, she clung to Castoria. IIAGCJAOK CUKCKEI) Ill ROUGH I'rlco l vttlior Msn as to his vote, ry officials do on this thoy found that a nail had been driven voter; a sovereign himself statement. For any information eniiuire of into his shoulder and that he was a rav- When she bad Children, she cave them Castoria. will sell his elective franchise to the J. A. CARJ'KNTEH, Agent, ing maniac besides. He did not retrain Stanford, Kv. Or Chairman Brico has issued a ring- - consciousness and died next day. The l.F.SMITll&CC.Kaicriw highest bidder. Is this the meaning of u.r.iun,;sT.lCJIS ItO. W. W. I'KNN, Trav. l'as. Agent, will be severely punished. and progressive consti ing address to tho democracy. Junction City, Ky "jokers" our enlightened rier-Journ- zes. If we rinhtly comprehend the mean-Inand Intent of Sec. 171 of the new constitution, it contains not only a novel proposition of law but a rather startling doctrino in public economy. Possibly wo misapprehend the meaning of tho Bection, and if the sei)iiel of this article ehnll show that fact, we auk the advocates of the constitution, in perfect courtesy, to explain the, true meaning, or, if that be impossible, to at least, explain what it was intended that the section should mean. It reads: "No county, city, town, taxing district or other municipality shall be authorized or permitted to grant any franchise or privilege, or make any contract in reference thereto, for a term exceeding 20 years. Before granting such franchise or privilege for a term of years, such municipality shall first, after due advertisement, receive bids therefor publicly, and award the same to the highest anil best bid- Section Which Both Puzzles and tution? It is certainly this or nothing ! "Narrowing to Party What Was Meant for NianKina " It is so stated in no doubtful language. The more one thinks of it the greater Tho doubt which first arises does not proceed from the ambiguity of the lan the enigma of the course recently adopt Tho 200 guage used, but from the astounding ed by the newspapers in the State, to their credit character of such a law. Protestant people conceive that the bo it said, havo taken sides for or against doctrino of the ltcformation received in tho now constitution, and are contributits infancy its strongest impulse from ing all they can to an intelligent solution the hostility of the people to tho custom- of the question. They are doing so, beary sales by the Pope of indulgences to cause it is a matter of transcendant inthe priesthood. But, in spite of the terest to tho people of Kentucky, be teaching of history, wo havo near the cause it is a subject with which the close of the l!th century a proposition masses are necessarily unfamiliar, and for a law which will authorize a sale to because it is a question which will pecuthe highest bidder of a mere privilege liarly profit by full, free, and candid disCourier-Journal. The Louisville Store Summer Clearance Sale will commence Tuesday" morning and continue one pos-'pe- es cussion. The notable exception to this rule is the greatest of them all, nnd Of with the widest audience the Con We can understand how Chemise, Mr. Brown, a party candidate for ollice, standing on a party platiortu of principles, may decline to go beyond his commission to put in issue a matter not lOo, passed on or determined in party council. But can a public journal dodge, with honor, so plain a duty to tho peo vtsiuvui.'i 'tvuijo i tjv. lilUjLV.s v i ple whose favor has made it ; Can it honcttly do so to subscribers to whom, in its prospectus, it has promised an elevat ed and courageous discussion of all to keep coot come interests ? The Courier-Journa- l attempts to justify what we are bound to regard as a breach both of public duty and of private good faith by claiming to bo merely an organ of the democratic party and, as the party has taKen no position on this question, that neither can the paper do so with propriwe to ety. Very well, then, adopt this uarrow of the us. LqoS' and dishonoring view of the duty press, in an hour too of public peril, and merely as a judge tho Courier-Journa- l party organ, can, even then, any palliation or excuse be discovered for its surprising course ? The two chief objections to the new constitution, fundamental and unpardonable, are its its im- Main Street, Stanford, Ky, and its haigaiiiswe would surest early purchase, as seasonable last long at these ridiculous prices. Bargains in Ladies' .Uuslin will not wear. Ladies lace trimmed, Joe; Ladies' Drawers, embroidered and insertion trimmed, Dress all in wlute, cream pink and light blucjoc, worth 7oc; plaid andDress striped worth 25c; solia colored Worsteds all filling 20c, worth . 6, for. choice: .a. week. nun "'" hiss .' up; cuuaren biioes and r.r nil curtains from 70c up. Also an elegant line Carpets, Straw Matting at prices never heard of in and them If vou want one of our elegant light weight Suits in and Black Alpaca Coats Jrom Don't forget ash for a booJtJor one of ,,,..' v OUR FINE ROCKING CHAIRS, Which from Jive away our natrons with every $20's worth of bought Feathers and Genseng bought at the highest market price at THE LOUISVILLE STORE pater-nalis- m class-legislatio- well-mean- t, Proprietor. GAIiKIEL, Manager. .6.RUPLEY,--- Courier-Journa- tfSkwJistttt 11Ml.i J Springs Summer Goods I ai I J ure Cure MALARIAL DOCTOR TAYLORS Mid-dlesbo- THE RILEY 1 he-sid- - H. FLEXNER, A. - out-?- mealy-mouthe- d 1 -- r.. to . A'ts WEST . . 11 II. FARMER, Kent-rall- y I tonso rial: artist, 11 "W BTORTH WEST, I liar-iies- ex-lio- l 11 iSfch r?. iit-- i 1 d mv s?a WhGamJt 7 1. w I 1 Double Daily Trains I X bllui 1. ,. . L Ty TWKjZ? Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal July Your Account is due. settle. J. B. Footer. l'leasq call nnd StanI'Okd, Ky., 3, 1SS)1 you. Your account is due and ready for Please call and settle. W. IJ. Mo Roberts. E.O,WALTON,BU8.MQnaKOr MEANS BUSINESS. Sole nuents for Lexington Roller Mill Hour, livery sack guaranteed. H. K. & W. II. Wearen. Those owing mo accounts are earnestly requested to come forward and settle. I need money nnd must have it. II. C. Rupley. r Kmikavino beautifully nml nrtisticnlly ilonuut A. H. I'enny'H. Yoi'it nccoiuit is now rumly. call and Buttle. A. It. Fenny. Havk your wntoli, clock anil jewelry repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work warranted. ItKMiiMnKii tliatnll silverware, watches, rinKS, Ac, bought at A. IS. Penny's will be engraved free of charge. lMt-ns- The weather has been delightfully pleasant for two or three days, and tho Signal Service promises us fair weather till after the Ith. PERSONAL POINTS. yes- Fiiask Joniis went to Lexington terday. Mil. It. T. is here. Pieiuk, a Liberty merchant, Ten-netse- Will Hkku.nh has been used to groceries and hardware so lone that he is said to lnve looked all over the store for the scales to weigh a coat and vest a man had bought. u Will Matiiknv left yesterday for K L Y to be hoped that everybody will make n special effort to observe the settling time. Our merchants have waited patiently for their money and now they call loudly for it. Miis. v. U Pai.mku, of Orlando, Ma., Do not disappoint them. They owe bills is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert McAlis- - ami must protect their credit. . . . ter. Mks. M. A. Jones is very ill of diTiik I.ntkiiioh JotiiNALS will play the arrhea at her daughter's, Mrs. S. 1!. Albert Day base ball club, of Louisville, Mms. Saturday. a couple of games Miuu W. P. Tatb and Miwes Lucy The tlrst game will be call id at l'M nnd T.ite and Ida Prewitt are staying at the second at .1 The Albert DayH are Halo's Well. and as our club will Mns. S. W. Paiihih, of Mt. Vernon, Introduce several new and good players, who was with Mrs. W. M. Wiggins, re- a counle of good games may be antici turned yesterday. pated. l'ltcm J. W. miitii, of the Crab Orch. On One Fakk Foil The Roi ard High School, returned from Cedar-villi- ', X. X. & M. V. Co. Julv :!nl nnd Ith the O., yesterday. tickets be KATIK HaKKH AMI I.tTY Pl'L- - li 1)., will sell round-triMl hi m.m, Hoyle county beauties, who have tween nil atrttions at one fare. Tickets good to return if used on or before July Ik'OH visiting Mrs. H. W. Gaines, return(Ith. A special train will leave Lexing ed homo Tuunday. Miss May Hiikiiit, of Stanford, is the ton nt 11 e. m. Saturday, July Ith, for guest of Miss Alba Pope, this county. Mt. Sterling and nil local points to acMr. Will Craig, of Stanford, will study commodate those desiring to witness the medicine under Dr. FHyetto Dunlap, this great display of liroworks at Woodland Park, Lexington. city. Advocate. Mn. Ai.k TkayijiU tells us that his Jl'ix.K Caisson titled -- 7 coons, little two daughters, Misses Sallie and Mary, and big, i'i each for playing base ball in have cut the ras and woven 70 yards of Maxvillu against the peace ami dignity new carpet since last fall. You can bet of that delectable suburb, and none of 'that they would mado good wives. them having the money with which to Col. W. O. Hiiadlky passed through liquidate they had to work it out on the Wmluesday for medical to street. The wnshorwomon nnd others His appearance indicates treatment. claimed that frequently their clothes that he is in a bud tlx, but for which, he lines would catch Hying balls nml either fays, he would be on the raging stump be knocked down or the clothes spoiled, Irom now till August ;M. besides the noise of the little coons was Mit. W. H. Walion, of Ashland, Vn., unbeatable. Mawho has been attending Raudolih con College arrival Wednesday to spond The Portmau House has been rented the vacation with his cousins and take by Mr. Joseph Colley.of Danville, till an occasional hand at getting out the Jan. 1SDI, the time 'Squire Portmau has INTKIlKilt JoUILVAL. a lease on it. Mr. Colley has already Mi-.- jai An.nk Lot- okJausltti; and taken charge in the person of his stepFlora Wheatluy, the fair Georgians who son, Walter W. S.tundets, but he and are the guesli of the Misses Alcorn, his family will not .arrive till Monday. wont to Harrodsburg Wednesday to visit In its new hands the hotel will lose Misses Hohon and Forsythe, the former none of its popularity for Mrs. CoiTey of whom entertains in their honor this has had considerable experience in that week. line, which she will bring to good ic- Col. Ckaiiihm k says of his visit here : count. Mrs. Gi vens, nw Moore, was glad to Hanks. Tho gnvd earnings of the welcome old Hourbou friends, but Dr. J. Ciivens First National Hank of Stanford for the (Jiveiis Catpeiiter oMcrtaiucd J. Craddock at his pretty cottage home, last six months weie SILISS, out of :i per cent, dividend, where his wife, nee Fish, and three which they paid carried SI. 000 to surplus fund, paid oil' pretty children greeted in. It was a ... all of the premium of f 1,500 on their JJJCk) caicn wiiuii no nccurtni niiuu bond and paid States Fish. Tlie paintings on her parlor walla United and taxes. The Farmers expenses a true artist. show she is Hank and Trust Company earned $12,- 0020, paid ; per cent, dividend, car CITY AND VICINITY. ried to surplus and $(l'J".tH to unh you need brick, apply to J. li. Fos- - divided protits, and paid current exter. penses of $:$,:;o i s i. IS. K.A W. II. salt at Fiiksh Tiik trustees of Lvnnwood district Wearen's. have employed Mr. Robert Lets Davis to I'luahk call and pay your account teach the coining session of their school, and in doing so they have acted in tho A. A. Warren. interests of those who nre to bo in fe best H. K. Foil Sai.k. :WO,000 brick. structed, for Mr. Davis is the peer of any W. II. Wearen. teacher in tho county, n fact which seems Foi: fresh fruits, breads, cakes, con- to be pretty well established siuco he fectioneries, and the like call on li. .bu- was ottered eiyht other public schools. The secret, if there be any, of Mr. Darner. vis' popularity as a teacher lies in the Pkiiso.nb indebted to mo will pleaso fact that ho is n hard studetit himself, settle. My accounts havu to bo paid nnd and therefore progressive nnd fully Mits Annio I must have the money. abreast with the best thought and methWray. ods of tho age. All of those indebted tome will greatAttkmitkij Roiiiikkv. A McKinuoy ly oblige mu by calling anil settling up darkey named Gabe Jones rented his their accounts, which uro duo and ready house at that place to a Mr. Johnson, of for them. Mrs. Katw Klkiu. Somerset, a few days ago, and when that A HKi'OiiTEii for this paper was down gentleman paid him his rent, ho exhib in Casey this week, where he waa told ited a pretty big roll of money. Jones, by one or two gentlemen that thoy did who has heretofore homo a good char not kuown n man for the new constitu- acter, was unablo to forget the the large pilo of crisp bank notes, however, and tion in the county. that night, donned in femnlo nttire An alarm of tiro was sounded Wednes- sought to induce Mr. Johnson to lenvo day evening nnd a good :ortiou of tho his home, no succeeded nnu wuen n town wns soon hurrying and scurrying short distance from the house, ho atto tho scene, to ml Dr. Cox quietly tempted to overpower him and relievo burning some brush in his garden. him of his filthy lucre. Ho did not suc' Picnic Mrs. Mary Hell Adams writes ceed in that end, as Mr. Johnson was that she will give n free picnic nt old tho stronger, and releasing himself, ran Dripping Springs on tho Ith of July. for his gun and made him leavo thereEverybody Invited to corno and bring abouts at a lively pace. The negro has not been seen since. their dinner. to buy sheep. Miss Suk Kowt, who 1ms been sick for a week, is improving. MifsGi.uNN Hum is visiting her bister, Mrs. S. M. Owens. Miss Lizzik MUii.v.siH, of Missouri, is the guest of Mrs. J. K. Cash. MissSai.lik (htKKN, of the Knst Knd, is visiting at Dr. J. H. Owsley's. Mum. 11. 0. 1'aiiiiih and Mrs. J. K. Far-ri- s are at Crab Orchard Springs. Mil. IIknuy (.iaiiiuki. niado a 4iusi-netrip to Hichmond yesterday. Miss Pai'I.inkOhimcm went to Lexington yesterday to attend the Chautauqua. Miss Minnik ISri'i.KY is visiting her ulster, Mrs. Dr. II. IS. Hourigan, in Mar- - will bo itlven in Sycamore Grove, on Carpenter's creek, in which good eatine, dancing nnd speaking will play parts. Hon. Silas Adams nml others will furnish oratory. A ric-.sic Tin: fare for L. A X. will round-tri- s'll tickets at half to Minneapol p, the July 5th to 8th, on account ol the meeting of the Young People's Society of tho Christinn Kndeavor. Tickets Kood returning till 15th and may bo extended to August L'rtth. It is semi-annu- m -- nd-Tiiii- .- KM The 1th of July picnic nt Green Hriar rying nnd breaking instead of $5, which II J. McKGIlEHTS W II HIGGIN'S. Springs will bo n grand nffnir nnd every they nre receiving. Mr. Cook says he is body should go. paying all he can. About 100 men nre idlo on account of It is The Hustonvilie Xntional Hank also claimed that some of the strike. intim the strikers makes a capital showing. Its earnings idated nnd threatened those who wished for the last six months on $50,000 capito continue work. The matter is being tal nrul,710.i:i, leaving to investigated by the authorities. surplus and expenses nfter pnying a Mr. J. A. Bower, onerator at the divided of '.) per cent. Its surplus is now Quarry, is at home, Parksville, during ( SI 5,000. the strike of the quar ymen. Mrs. W. GitEKN Hanskoui), one of tho boys B. Whitehead, accompanied by Mrs. 0. who wns lined for playing base ball in C. Williams, is visiting relatives at Big Stnggf Macksville, became impudent while at Stone (Jap. Mr. William McClure and work on the street yesterday and talked wife are in from Pineville to see relatives to Marshal Xewland in n way he did not nnd homefolks. Mr. B. II. Joplin is relish. The marshal's retort wns n blow homo from Pineville. Miss Klin Joplin with n hoe handle, which literally laid has been visiting her sister nt Paris. Mr. the darkey out. W. B. Smith, recently married, has . GENTS' moved into his new residence in White's Miss Xannie Maiiiis entertained a addition. Painters are nt work in the number of her young friends W evening in honor of her friend, Christian church. Miss Xora Dickinson, of Garrard. Those Richard Irvine, of Wilwho attended speak of it ns a most de- liam P. nnd Amelia I. Givens, dieil Wed lightful nll'alr and nro very complimen- nesday nnd was buried yesterdny in the tary regarding tho splendid lunch which Danville cemetery. The legion of friends was served in elegaut stvle. of the young couple extend their warm"It is n perfect shame that tho hogs est eympatby in this dnrk hour. nre permitted to worry the life out of us The mercury went up to 1.01 at San nil," said a lady living on Iaucister Francisco Monday. HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, street. "They hnvo ruined our gnrdens, Potomac won the rich Realization destroyed the flowers in our yards, nnd stake nt Sheepshead Bay, Shathmenth plnyed havoc generally Put w hat I Bay 2d, Montana :M. in the paper," she continued, "and seo Mr. Henry Wattereon delivered if that wont help us out of this trouble." Tuesday the annual address to the stu dents of Virginia, his subject being The new clothing linn will be A Higgins, II. J. McRoberts nnd "Advice to Young Americans " The circuit court at Frankfort is enW. H. Higgins. Mr. Higgins started his life in n clothing store, so he gaged in fixing the amount of the shortmercantile age of each of Tate's bondsmen, tho is nt homo even if they do tell somo jokes court of appc-nlhaving already decided on him. The now linn starts with a lino mat tne sureties nro name. - AT A convict has obtained judgment prospect, and will not only be able to Co. for $1,000, hold its present trade,,but get the advan- against the damages sustained by reason of a rock, tage of Mr. Higgins old customers. See falling on him, while working for them- their ad. in this pnper. Commissioner Wilsou reports Ken tucky farm products, on June 0, as FRIDAY AND SATURDAY- "church affairsT follows. Corn, acreage 100, condition, , 102; wheat, acreage condition, 115; A church in Connecticut has set the tobacco, condition, 100, stand, 105; oats, example of using its pretty girls ns ush- 00 per cent, of an average, short straw, but well headed; hemp, condition will ers. Tho Bible has now been translated average 01 per rent , barley, condition, OFFERS, into M of the languages and dialects of S7, acreage, 82: rye, aeieige, 05, endi-tion100; Forghiim, 72. iondi-tio' aAfrica. 100; cloer, condition, timo: : : Rev. W. Y. Sheppard will preach in thy, condition, '.' ; pnMtiKs, Odd Fellows' Hall Sunday afternoon at 100. For road, saddle and harness Horses, Mules, &c. 4 o'clock. NEW ADVKUTISEMKNTS. i?a?No fee for exhibition. Competition open to the world. Send The corner stone of the new Methodist church at Danville, was laid yesterE. V. LILLARD, Sec'y, for catalogue to COM'tTION OK TIIK day with interesting ceremonies. President. Lancaster, Ky. W. E. WALKER, Jerusalem now has 18 Christinn FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. churches, 10 hospitals and four orphan, ages. They are all expecting tho return At the .Iimc of biwinrt June jo, ilgi of the Lord. Col. J. II. Moore, of Clark, who KHSOURCKS. $141,370 d .m ... bought Pink Cottage for Hro. Barnes' ami .mil i n !.... OvorUrafM Uealcrln. .................. J.55 use and n site at Winchester for a Due from Ilaakt..,,.. . ... ,6i8 J7 female college, has just sent Hank ll(Me, furniture ad II to re.. 7,joo oo out four young preachers to Perry and ... lo,lS WAK-CWj Leslie counties at his own expense to ( $3,: 5 I.1AI1II.ITIUS. labor for the Lord. Capital ttxk ....... ,. $too,ooo oo Murphy, the great temperance ora- Surplat 3?Repairing neatly and prompt; $ . .... 17,0.. c tor, says : " I despise prohibition and Undivided pre tin II V"m Wis kr ly done. 73 .1 f everyone connected with it. The move- Individual depotit M,024 ss Due t Hunk .. ment stunned every section of the counHUM 6t 400 00 1 try where it has been started, nnd it has FuimI to will take old gold or sih er in exchange for jjoods. (Stanford, Ky.) 750 tx injured tho cause of temperance incal 5 U73 culably. The methods used by tho agi Gro Karnine luu tk uiMth ending tators of prohibition are despicable." $11,00.1 & Jo ' 3 NEW FIRM. & Successors to go MeRoberts Higgins, CLO 3sr :e THING, & JIcRotoerts, dealers in (Mines-desila- y litst-bor- FURNISHING GOODS o :k:"wf,:k3.a.:e, Co. MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES Mc-Rob- erts s Mason-Foar- d 10-5- Stoek Fair LANCASTER, - - KY., July 17th and 18th, Garrard -- -- nei-H- ge, '; n, An Attractive List of Premiums - VIVM-OKI)- X'BMJPRlfc R0BT- FENSEL, . Us-:n- Pres-byturi- au ANDMU q2, SwfffiffsJEiU" m I M M All Work Warranted. Fisic Waiclies a Specialty. paj-,ta..- Jue MT. VEI1N0N, ROGKCASTuFfJOUNTY. DiKrtbuted m; follow: No,, - It .11 I ..I 1 A car-loa- d - - m 11 ,jo barber soon. Undivided ptoil 697 96 Si 1,00 80 The heaviest rain of tho year fell I, Jtihn II Owtltty, oatlilorof iho utateit namwl here Monday afternoon. ilemnly nmr ihitt tlioaboe Hon. Henrv H. Houston, republican Hank, di the beot of my knowledge Mild ttalemunt true belief cannidato for lieutenant governor, spoke JOHN II. OWSI.KY, Ca.hler. here Monday. Sworn to lefore mc by J II. Owiley, this July Livingston is now a favorite point 1, iftji. '.V. M. IIRICHT, N. l. I.. C. Color for excursionists. .NMsidu bathing is one of tho attractions. HEPOItT OP THE CONDITION 4 Mr. Thomas Fish, brother of Circuit Clerk William Fish, died Saturday even THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ing of dropsy of the heart. AT STANFORD, Tho brick yard and lime kiln will be begun next week. Tho proprietor has the htutc of Kentucky, .it (lie .loe of business, Juno jo, 1891. contracted to deliver from four to live KF.V)L'RCI'.S. cars of lime per week to Lexington parI.iMiis .ind ill. counts ... 591,834 54 ties. '4.J7J 97 An entertainment iu which the Stocks aml'lioiikU Ijos.ioSji Watch-Make- r to do all kinds "Light House" will be rendered, takes ()tcrdr.tfu, tecum! anil unsecured.. 4,fa 73 And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable place at the court house hero next Fri- U h Itmids to secure circulation ......... Jo,ooo 00 of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. . 0,1 jo 00 day night. It promises to bo a nice af- Realest.nu, furniture and fistufy, Due IriHn llauk . 1, 19517 Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, fair and should attract a large audience. Cash with U. h. treasurer 050 00 day and night. The awing in Valley Park is tho at- Ciuh en hiiixl . ia(6i3 traction for the young folks. Tho water- Total .iS,4J 39 melon raisers who promised to furnibh I.IAIIII.ITIRS. our place with melons, claim that the Capital $00,000 oo , 17,500 00 dry weather killed all their vines and Surplus fumi.........., nutsuinlin.... 43,700 00 but few melons will be raised in the National Ikmk Noteuilijoct to check 113,768 07 Individual dioits county. Having Removed My Stock 0,831 14 Due to llanks I have received a handsomely gotten Fund to pay luxes 8,p CS up card of invitation to tho celebration Stoik reduction nncallcl for 1,840 00 of July Ith, at Aransas Hnrbor, Texas, Total f8,49 M the new deep harbor city of Southwest (5ROSS KARNKiS $11,488 13 Texas, which was originated nnd found- Last six months Disposr, of ts follows: ed by one of Rockcastle's sons, Mr. B. $),oo on Dividend No. 16 Rack to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can II. Wilson. Surplus fund 1,000 oo Having considerable number of ac- Reduced premium sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken, 1,500 00 3,155 45 counts out and collections being slow, l'ald all expenses tn exchange. 8ja di $11,488 13 Mr. D. C. Poynter, oue of our cleverest State and I' i. taxes merchants deemed it best for tho protecJOHN J. MiROlIKKTS, Cashier. tion of himself nml creditors to make J.S. IIOCKHR, President. an assignment. Mr. J. L. Joplin is made SAJLE. FAKM assignee. Invoice of stock on baud is being made. It is believed tho nssets I wish to sell prhatt'ly my farm of 45 acres, .situated on the Knob Lick Turnpike j', miles from will cover the liabilities. Stanford urn! known us (he Old henry llricht The daily Post, of Houston, Texa, place Thetrame duelling contains S comfortable good repair Good all rcoins mid will shortly award two scholarships in water and locality healthful Address, J. J.SA.MUKL, Danvill,-- , Ky. Hamilton College to the most popular and worthy young Indies in nil Texas. Tho contest to be decided by coupon Mason's Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, otes cut from the Post. Among the 50 .Situated til a beautiful valley on Dlx Riser, about t of StanfiTd, near the county road contestants Miss Ida B. Maret, of Colum- 4' j Refrigfrom Ooshen to the Stanford and Preiuh bus, leads with RI.OOO votes, with Miss tisvllki pike, will be open for those seeking a quiCoolers, Xettio Kstes, of Brenhnm, second with et, pleasant uud healthful Summer Resort.to guilts accommodations will be furnished and, as the Springs have been very recently open, 12,000. el, (he terms will be reasonable Among the maA strike among the rock breakers ny amusements will bo dancing, boatlne, fishing, will at Rowland when nt Cook's quarry, near this place, has etc. Carriacc seasonmeet guests will open with a ol iSoi notified The ' Grand Picnic June 19. Term for board can lie caused tho suppression of operations. had by addressing & TFT. The strikers demnnd SO per car for quar 15 J. F. COOK, Pror., Stanford, Ky. 00 . Mt. Vernon will probably Current cvpeutea per emit. l)iv. have a Three to mrplui Crrll t 8 $J4 oo 6,000 W. B. McROBERTS, BHXJGGIST AJX3Q JEW3EIJ5R, Has the Newest and Latest Styles of Wall Paper, Every Shade and of Alabastine; The Best and Purest WhiteLead and Oils; Ready Mixed Paints and Neal's Carriage Paints; 11 Largest and Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks Sil- . . lk R E , MOV E D. Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- tions, Etc., :b. :b :rotj I FOR 111 SEASONABLE GOODS. Grass Hooks, Machine Oil, Farm Bells ljlgntDing j: run uars, ) COOK'S SPRINGS 34-t- mile!-eas- First-cla- ss White Mountain erators, Water Freezers, UiueSalt, Cement, Plaster Paris, Plasterer's Hair. Grain Cradles, Mowing Blades, Leonnard . B. K. S. WEAKEST. ' , :, j. ' H Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa. Fr day AT Publlahod Every Tuesday and 5fVi .1? YJCA.U.lN" AD""" ,YNCIC MTWhen not so paid S2.50 wMl e charged." Kit ANOTHER ELEGANT HOME. A Two Story rratnn nwrlllnr- - to Cost About Tblrty-Flr- o Hundred Dollars. This dwelling will cost 3,500. Tho sizes is Six 14 feet and It contains eleven rooms. Tho reception hall is 15x15 feet; That Your Hair its youthful color, fullness, and beauty, may retain FOR SAT.T.I Lot on Main Street in Stanford erms easy. res. Contauin; t T R. WALTON, Stanford T " ' y3vn THE K.i,. L. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 n. m., fl , a dress it daily with DR. r. B. PENNY, Dentist. Office S ah side M.ir trnt, in olli e recently vacated hy Ur L K ilutfiuan s'anfotd Ky Train leaves Itosvland at returning BUILniNG OF BIG CHURCHES. 11 Tiilit-riiuul- Ayer's Hair Vigor cloansos tho scalp, euros stimulates Triulfiiry a Illiiistritteit by the Jt of tint Twenty n iks Hie lKrte t to l 9 Pm Mail train going North humors, The (It'ilication of Dr. Talmaie's new South I34P1" mam Brooklyn Tabernacle serves to call attenExpress tram" South a 'i. and North Mamnc liirnt mieiti i m ( cnlral L n on i tendency to the 6 warn tion to the modem Freight North Hlt foi Local new growth jupm erection of imiuene church edifices. It South.. Mi. higaii I'm ts St C1i'ia;o, "ins, passengers. The latter trains at to carry II. IfaU, Cleseland. Detroit, is not so many years since a church seatof hair tndi.tnap.IU and the West, The above is calculated on standard time. Solar ing a thousand persons was considered parlors, HxlO feet; sitting-rooCONSUMPTION 14x18 .New Km;!aiid, C.ni.j, time is about ao minutes faster 14x14 feet; kitchen, very large oven in the large cities. Until feet; dining-room- , SCROFULA 15o?ton, New YorZc, S the erection of the Plymouth church 10x11 feet. On tho second floor are BRONCHITIS Whinictnn, I'hiMdtliihit, ftuUinirr. EMULSION COUCHS Lowell, building by Beccher's congregation in largo rooms. This houso is piped for (J mkest time to HamcUriurj;, rarlifhtt Ky gas and a Hi. hincuil, VIUC.IMA heater. Sliort'st anil Brooklyn it is doubtful if there waa n COLDS l.l uli krst line to This is perhaps tho most convenient ,pfeVl biinilnr building in the United States CURES Mr. A. S. Wasting Dinoasea homo which has yet been shown in this wJWtt with a seating capacity of more than ) 3BD siiursKnv DENTIST. Plymouth church, with its ,1,000 or Wondorful Flosh Solid Trains, ti9t;K;i ran, smoVins; cars and McKobcrts' on Main street, oser W. OlH.e 1,000 sittings, had no imitators for a through with Many liavo painocl ouo iottud cuaihes, l'ulltian Hou'l.ilt llirmli.ham, Mrrid Drug Store, Stanford. out change siaChattan oca, long tune, probably because there were direct nniicciiann.n lOule fur Knu un mat itn so. por day by rF no more Henry Ward Beechers, and the sille, Aihctille, LynchHuri;atid points in the g u n Scott's Kmtilrtion is not a socrot average church member with money did LIME AND BRICK. g remedy. It coutaina tho Htimulat-In) not believe in building churches with IIS propprtics of tho Ilypophoa- the seating capacity of a Roman amphiwill delltcr Lime at j Cents a Bushel In LanAuiutta. Moh, lntea and puro Norwegian Cod ton. Ltiailcttoti. City. I'hoiiiistillcsMd Savannah, I Facaster. Stanford and the neigMnrhmd Itrunswicti, Lake theater until preachers could be found n.OIlt txHiits will also load on cars at Crab .iirthard, Uriel. who would fill them. ivor Oil, liio potency of both DAlheonh line riirttilnit solid trains with choic I at 7 J cents a hundred Give me a clmmf. The history of Dr. Talmage's own boinf; largely increased. It is UHod I'ullnuin lt"udviir ur 1'jIji. Sleeping Cars to Jack, FKr.O KHtEliLR.Cnt. Orchard 116m wivlllr wiihimt cluiijc lor any class of passen church perhaps furnishes the best illusby l'hybiciiina nil over tho world. Ken or nagirase. tration that can be cited of the evoSelma and Montgomery, Idmtsville, Decatur, PALATABLE AS MILK. Kloreliie Memihisand AltKAN'SAS points. lution of the modern big church. Be I Shortest and ijun kct lu Anniston Selma, MoHold by tll inifff.if.. ginning ir 1809 as the pastor of what . bile Duett conne. n.mi made at NKW KAN'S w;is then known as the Central PresbyICOTT A BOWNE, Chomlsts. N.Y. lloustau, without omnluui transfer for l..ilvntP3 I r Austin. I I terian church in Brooklyn, Dr. Talmage TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. In the corporate limits o Rowland preached in an old meeting house, with stockiioi nnfs r ihk the .un and Vuksbnri, The only thumgn ln.r t Highest o! a seating capacity of a few hundred-"A cream of tartar baking powder ' La , maknic: ititet t connections Mist. 6 It J. DARST. Rowland. all In learning strength -- Latest U. S Govern-mewitlwut oaiuiriui tralitler I r Dallas Kurt Wotih, Tliilproriug too small, in the following Food Report Austin San Antonia, Kl 1'jmi and (ulntnn . year the society began the erection of the first Tabernacle, with a capacity of TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFOnNIA. S7$$ floor War? IS. COOK, DR. nearly two thousand. Two years later Kor thr.'iih rates count) maps and lul n rid nt mloimatixn tail on ruitet SURGEON, this was destroyed by fire, mid on its eerlcs, and will look as well in a city as Arc notified tint there will t at el. snt at lull, urn lust, Ky PHYSICIAN AND the First Natiunal ItatU, SMAI I FAHM.sitimied near Hawkins Hranih eito the second Tabernacle was reared, In a country town. It Is artistic in deHtV.SKU VtOIlK. oraldrc.. STANFORD. KY. ulaiut v niU fnim Stanford, 1av I'ass ,)jt I eaungton lit with sittings for 3,000. This was burned sign and especial attention has been aliout 10 acres id cultivation cuUinltii:well water and all Acres, n r. hiwakos Miitrk KENTUCKY STANFORD, Possession snea Drug Store Residence, in 1889. Tho society then sold its old paid to mako it a "home" in every sonso ed House hss tVrrfl rooms , I A , Office over McRoberts ir'u nu'.,.r ti O ot Hust'liiiu-s).V Owens' property at the junction James hitc ami bought a new one within a few of tho word. The cost, estimated at Jult titk. Apply in me on thi prmi.es MCK .' MRS K J pmc. jo tons We and Duns tile is reasonable when tho numerous squares upon which to build tho third 15, 1891, Tabernacle, which will seat nearly six d. I - CuaiiaiM an.l at &-- f To select nine Dire tors f r ththousand people. Through the medium MACIC the same tine and plate the odl lUirduf I'.mirii &JA of two fires and one remove the seating , will hold their regular annu il neeltn; All the DENTIST. are camtlr t rxixlto capacity of the building in which the I am well prepansl to We wells mid will d the tiiemlwMiif the lv,rd CHICKEN Vl.VC'r N T ItCtR r'tNt. 1're.t , be present Ofliceon Main street, opposite Portman House, popular Brooklyn preacher holds forth war, in a ;oJ manner and promptly IIOCKEK. Se.r.i.rv, for painless J.S up stairs. Nitrous Oxide las given S and Co has increased at least tenfold in twenty-tw- o C. extracting At One Dollar a Foot. CHOLERA CURE! STANFORD, KENTUCKY. years. I SiamK--r Call on or ad Jress roe at Sunlnrd, KentucM. Except the Mormon temple at Salt SMITH L. Lake City, which, it te claimed, will I I '7 SALVE, hold 10,000 people, Dr. Talmage's church is tho largest in this country, that of (.Mlows We v. ill deliver ice racH morumj old sores, sVin diseases, ' Cure cuts, bruises, fistula, scratches, halter Spurgeon, in London, alone equaling it anywhere. It is not the only big church corns, bullions, piles, Under 50 Pound' 1 cents, P. V. GREEN. Proprietor. burns, dew poison anl bruise. Wherever It has in the country, however, although the 9VCv!vli m m I been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and tell j 50 and under 100 1 cent, over propensity tor removing soreinjss Is remarka- biggest. Grace Baptist chnrch, in this its 100 ?s of a cent. ble. Numerous testimonials will be secured and city, it is claimed, ha? a seating capacity I haseteceatly taken chsrgcoi this will appear in this space at a later date. Made Kutat n4 intend l.fpitii it at its present high l of nearly 5,000. Chicago has several staadiirsl. Special attentson siren to the tratciia )"t?y'r b' & CO., M. h J. B. HIOOIXS, Stanford. Ky. seating more than tho first Talmage public. -g hor tf2 Tabernacle, whilo Plymouth church, First-Clas- s the Lafayette avenue Presbyterian and Ky. ndvantapl9 are taken into consideraTHE SHELTON HOUSE, the Tompkins avenuo Congregational tion. Working plans may easily bo seAlso In connection i churches, in Brooklyn, each have seating capacity tip in tho thousands. cured by closely following tho plans Pool and Billiard Parlors. J. H UREER Proprietor, Whether tho limit in this direction has herewith presented. - Gnonon A. W. Ki.vrz. been reached it is yet too early to deterTliiit-an.l- rt of dollnrx worth of chuk-i-is at reasonable rates. mine. accommodatlo-.A MECHANICAL STOKER. tU'Htnjyiil by C'holem tvory room and pood li cry 31. ar' I. Open day and tnghL Sample It will scarcely be worth while to build in connection year. It U more fat.il to them than churches larger than that of Dr. Tal- An Ingenious IJevIco Ilspeclalty Adapted .ill iitlur ilK'AK'H foinlilnil. UVEET, SALS AND FS53 STA3LS, Jlut tin mage, for the simple reason that only tho for I.oooniotlres. t vaiv7VrV?--rwstrongest ajwakers can make themselves ilwown of n litfitul romcsly thnt Tlic construction herewith illustrated, STAKFUUD.KY. distinctly heard in any building by more especially adapted for locomotives, is the MicrulxM has been I desire to sell my farm ot about 130 acres, situ0,000 people. There is room designed to obviate the work of chargiSPKCIAL ATT EN I ION to'COMMKUCIAL inuiU'. Half of the voting chickem ated about iti miles north of Stanford 011 the than 5,000 or sold. x of our large cities for ng1 the with fuel nnd prevent travelers Horses and mules bought and lis i JtUJl ".ranch DiVe. oDnoiite the old church. Therf in a good liiUll , ... j art' killtil by MiiToln before they tiro err are about 50 acres In wheat ;"d rye; the balance horses and vehicles used iu llnu.p.vr Jf the escape of hent. It has been pat- Only fir Inittle is unotich for of the farm well set in timothy. Good dwelling wiuitii einiiLtd 01 mis ijpe, frytn.. A e rounu wno wm nu tnem. ented by Mr. John 1J. Ward, of MinneM fnnr rnnmm anil kitchen and a splenula new preacnerscan 100 thiikonx. It U gituninloLHl. If, barn; Is well watered and fenced. Possession can usual complaint is that a majoritv apolis, Minn. The inner sides of tho The be given Immediately. For particulars, se J. P. after uhiiij; two thinlsof a liottle, you ltniii-Stanford, or write the nndersigned at of the small sized churches in the citiea tender or coal receptacle are inclined, E. WITHERS. Cincinnati, Ohio. iin nut Kitihticd with it tin a cure for are not more than half filled. This be- and centrally in the bottom is a chaning tho case, it is probablo that tho fur- nel, into which extends tho shaft of a Cholera, return it to the ilrugint from A Ci Laahnm Castleman John ther evolution of the big church will de- fnrt1 csfftn.' irnr1nl nt Xkts Mi4nt nrwl i41i I have finished mr " Saw Mill on the Somerwhom ymi ptireluwt! it, ami he will pend entirely on the evolution of the big another similaAhaft. Tho latter shaft :rfKm.,h" 'wnd"fSUMiiER!f sHiSiVlks refund your money. I will sell the inm has h bevel gear wheel meshing Into I.Ac .at LOWKST PRICKS. preachers. Philadelphia Times. ffttjjs -. xasLavviaii W II M Roberts, druf rim, Star similar wheel on a transverso shaft lor'd laleby -I will deliver sawed chestnut shtnjks at Man Vin Moltl.'f'n Capital of Ninety Yeisri. ford or Kowland ut I aj ptr.M ... Hawmr rcmoted my Darter Shop to the Com y ti II, J ll.l Every great man's life is an example mer u! U tei, I am pri jiaiiu t J - amm.uatr la from which instruction may bo drawn, Jies as well as centleincu in antt)irtr H.ey may ! wish in my line Uuildren also waited mi lall and that of Jloltke shows tho value it FOR CASH ONLY. ILbSh THOMPSON. "ti uie. temperance and exercise; not tho e.xer InC 'tnuiT. lal lintel. "JLIH'Ji: (rltVHS HOUT10." 1 indlnr that I can not make a decent living bs cise of pleasure, but tho exercise of work, I have decided to do all d..in a credit huslness, ThoShortoat nnd Quickest Rcuto from Ho started in life with ninety years' capl buysy and wagim maliiis of m Central Kentucky to alt points North IJ) nnd repairing for ch, and for cah onl) tal in the bank, and his account was Elicit, Wont und South-Wea- k Fa a pttsmtf cash youcanR't work done cheuper ns BARBBE & CASTLEMAN never overdrawn. His allowance for a well as asuid the humiliation of tinting suteinciiu Lino between Lexington and Cincin,..r ...tnin.1...... f. x u'flekl , , .,,. .tun . day sufficed him for a day. He did not Mioissiptu a'ley Co , "L I). ' Newport New ... nati. MANAGERS, Mll'l 115 Solid Yeatibuled Tiains to by over indulgence and excess consume Turiiersstlte, Ky THUOl (.11 1 R IN CINCINNATI TO Ml I)LhluKOLl.ll and JLLL1L. Philadelphia Commerce Euilding, Louisville. his capital, and so he lived his ninety years a healthy, vigorous man. Ho Baltimore, Now York, SCHKIH'LE IN KM'ECT MAV to.iSti. ! ! Agents throughout the South. ! worked hard, but ho slept easy, and the N I. No. $ No t All points Last and Southeast. reason why ho did not die at tlueescoro OK LINCOLN COl Only one nielli out tr?m Lexirylon. Dally Ks. Sua Ls Ui. tocolUnt ou Uses for years and ten, or even at fourscore years, am )rparcl "W. A. TRISBLB, Local Agent, Corrected Time Card in Effect Mny 18. ilot. u hae si.h.oi ta to inlleit lor time district. was because he had something to do a I.ve Cincinnati .. il s m 1 on P in J P m hope Ctne prepared to pay all atto nhe first to I settle SIAN(OUI). KV I.se CasiHgtoss... 3 it a in 8 of p m 3 sx, p nt JSllHt IlOltllll. potent element of long life. When a man will try thai every a P Lve Kalmosalb.. 94) a m y ic p mj o i p n I itl me r mie of m) depufes vir KlchaM .M t Mail leases LealiiL'ton duly at ; u am, Arr Paris 10 IS m 10 p m ! ni or seventy says that his at sixty-fiv:Cclaiid, Samuel W. M.enf,'j,r:,;KFK(.-Winchester 5 i. Mt btetnr. hlil m 40 Arr I.erfingwn. u m p mi l p m p in.7 ,,tive work in is done, it is a charity Ashland u ts pm, Catletubura; u al, arriving at Lve" ... " ij 1 m Pari. ti as am ShetiH of LincotH Co. lluntliijion U.JO pm 1Mr:i (' for nature to take him at his word and i 10 p m . jn I.iniileil Kxprass leases LeMiigtiM daily at is Arr Winchester.. . give him hi eternal rest. Arr Richmond. -- 7 5J p ji ' ni pm, Wini.liter 7 oo.Mt afrlin; j jt, Ohio Hill M 4 aj l m ij oj. Ashland 10 10 Cailettshurg iu 4J, arris Irk ut Arr Lancaster Many men, perhaps most men, start in WAItD'a ilKCIIAXICAL LOCOMOriVE ST0KKP. Arr Staa font us p m lIuutiBCtoii at it 17 pm life with ninety years' capital in tho AciD.nmodation, dully, except Suml.iy, louses I.se Richmond TI J5 pm ..... ; Arr Llvington ... J "5 P in. pin, Win. better 7 to. Ml. LexuiKton at s Thla pontilar remedy never fulls to bank, but they overdraw and find them-- ' in the cab, connected with a motor or ss, arriving at Olite litllat 10 pm. I.se Middfeshoro 7 JS l "t'... 7 errct'liinlly cure selves vitally bankrupt at sixty or sixty-fiv- adapted to be operated in the most conAciommodatlim, dally escepl Sunday, leases Few of them reach an end so venient manner, whereby tho coal will L'vliuton at 11 soiisn, Winchester si 10 pi, Mt Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick No. a. No. 4, No. '. Daily leave Olive Hilt 6 45 nm' Merliu,' o; pm happy and desirable as Moltko's last day. bo fed by a suitable inclined chute into Ashland S 4; am, Calleltshu g 9 oj, arrises Hunt ' In this chuto are two the Headache, Biliousness Work in the lino of publio duty in tho Lve Muidlesboro 6 jS a m Jt g g tig ten 9 a$ am, i.ve iivin-.iiAnd all diseases arising from i morning, dinner at homo in the evening, gates, tho lower gate closing tho open-- 1 his a in :- w a AWt TiouutlArr Kiohinond la 46a Ing into the while tho upper ' Fat Mail leases HiintlnKten dally ut 600 am, Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion. a quiet game of whist and then "a stop-- , one is n short distance back, preventing 7""o a"m ri Catleltsburs 6 s, Aslilsmt 17. Olive Kill 8 Jo. Mt Lve Stanford .. page of the heart;" no days of pain ami Lve Lancaster Extract. 7 30 a in 'sA -Roller Steilm 10 a;, Winchester 11 oj mid arrises Tho natural result in good niipotiie) tho fuel from passing down against tho Arr Richmond. 10 13 a m at tans. pm. and unlit! riot.Ii. Uono hiiiuII ; elenut fever, no vigils of the night, only a stopx Limited Kipreis leases !lun'lntin daily at t ao Lve Richmond.... i 46 p in 6 03 a in gate. Tho gates are simul- IjT s)unr coatvil uuil cuts;- to an allutv. page of tho heart, and in tho morning pm, CatletlsburK 4v, Ashland 150. Ollse Ifill Arr Winchester.. I 40 p m 6 35 a m SOLD EVERYWHEBE. Winclicsttr 4 j8 and arrives Arr Pans Berlin wakes up to learn that Father tancously elevated by means of con3 oj, Mt. Meiline 33 P m 7 43 am nected chains passing up over pulleys, at I i'wnnt at s jo P"1 Lse Lezlugton ... a 00 p 111,7 P am 3 45 P m Moltke is dead. M. M. Trumbull in Accoiiiinodation, dally except Sunday, leases Lve Parts ono chain being connected to a hand 43 P m 7 5j a m 4 35 p m Open Court. Ohsc Hillaarn Ml. Merliii)r o jj. Winchester I.se Falmouth. 4 10 p m 9 ai a in e p m lever fulcruraed on a bracket, and 7 is and arrises at LextiiKtmi at 8 05 am. Arr Covington. ... 5 40 p in 10 4 'j a in 0 ,17 p m Accor.ii odatlon daily leaves lluntinston at 6 35 Arr Cincinnati adapted to bo looked on a segment by 3 SO P in 19 55 a in b 45 p iu Vestment for tho Archbishop, pin, Catlettslmrs 657, Aslilnnd 7 and arrives at pawl. Tho feed screw is t Olue Hills 55 pm. Kxcept Sunday lenses Mt On1he.Mayst.1llc llranch.No 10. leaves Parisat For tho past six month3 tho Domini- means of ton accumulate fuel in tho inStirling at sj and arris es a 7 55, a ra and No. w, at 6 ij, p m, arriving at o pm, Wlncliester operated can nuns nt Hunt's Point hnvubeeu hard clined chute, against tho upper gate, LesWKton at a 43 pm. IS OUR BEST FLOUR, Mayssilleat ioio, am, and 83 p in. No. j at work on a new cathedral set of vest- nnd when tho gates nre raised, tho fuel THE GREAT II0U3UII0LD KEMEDY FOB Limited Vestlliuled I'.xpreos runs dally and I as leaves Maysville at 5 ao a in, arriving at Pans at No BUT EITllER leases Maysville at 150 and Pullman Vcstlbuted lluttet Sleepers between Lou- 7 40,am. Paris ments for Archbishop Corrigan. Thero is discharged by gravity inside tho fireat 4 10, p m. These trains ar. isville, Lexington, Washington, New Vorl. and arrives at will bo thirteen sets in this lot. They box. The wings of tho feed screws are is made part of the daily except Sunilaj Old l'oint Comfort. This tram No 1, dally to nil points except Kowland Kirn celebrated will bo tho finest white satin, richly em- made in half-turion which Isdail) except Sunday. .sections, and are held V. No. rims dally (roin Lexiugion to Cincinnati broidered with pure gold and tinted with j adjustably by screws or other means SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, No, a runs daily East of Huntington on the C. A O. Route. a rich shade of pink to relievo tho gold. upon their shafts, so that they may bo IDOL-KIN- G S0F1ES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, 4c. or No s runs daily from all stations except the hast Mail 'I rains run daily exiept Sunday beIt is intended to use them ut tho Catho-dr- moved closer together or further apart, Huntington, Make direct Rowland Illusion, which is daily except Sunday tween Lexington and PRICE 50 CEMTS. No daily except Sunday. on Christmas and at Easter princiconnection at Huntington with C. .V O.; at Ash No. 4 daiij. between Cincinnati ant Lexington Scad tlireo stamps for free SMnnlo pally, nnd on nil feasts at which tho according to the size of tho fuel emland wuh S. V. K ; at Winchester with K C R No. 43 Pant and Lexington Accommodation daiployed. Scientific American. Lexington with box and book. R. north and south bound, and at ly Leaves Lexington 10.00 a, Arrive Paris archbishop officiates in white. They are L & N, L. S und C , N. O. T P. Railroads. ' Aicominodation daily, I ixinglon and 'i of tho Thermometer. Invention IS A GOOD FLOUR OR except Sunday. Olive Hill ut Winchester to and 10:43 n3 Falmouth Accommodation; leases Cincinvalued at about 15,000. No. Connects ' The thermometer dates baclc to tho Thero is still another now set of vest- from K C points and at Lexingtoi. with L. A' N. nati S 10 p m. Arrive Falmouth 7 oj p m daily THE MONEY except Sunday, " R R (or Loutssille. year 1701. Tho first thermometer giv- , ments being made for the cathedral, and No. 7 Leases Falmouth 600a m." Arrives CinLexington and Mt Sterling Accommodation : thero will bo four separate sets in it. jing comparable reading was invented Sunday, and nukes direct con. cinnati 7 55 a daily except Sunday. runs dally except No. 3 and 6 make connections at Winchester for ncction ut Winchester to and Irom Mlddleslair. These vestments will be in white, era-- I by Newton, tho measuring liquid being ABSOLUTELY PURE, nugh and Richmond, and at Lexington with L. S. points on the ti. N. Jk M. V. R't, E. D. broidered in gold and colored silk and linseed oil, which is capablo of bearing ..?VV,!'5a"1"..,hroVh c.a". "m Cineinnatito Ily. for Louisville. a higher temperature, than alcohol rat jAiSTorraiunu sAnnognt FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH.1 j tinted in wood colors. For full information in regard to rates, routes, Middlesborough and Cumberland Cap and all In and OSSIllti'i 'without boiling. His fixed point of tiiMnj!& Qensrsl andNERVODSTtlwtA Pf.a Ac , apply to any sgent of this or counectiDg tines lermedlate stations 1 rav.runs daily. Cincinnati. nt SSulv A very handsome set of Vestments MUNSON. AND NURSERY PURPOSES. rJfg I'ass. Agt, Tt i.jj;iiiiii ilflf aVitB. ilM9r.4. AVft I arTTanrt. Vl K. HUNTINGTON, C L. IIROW N, W, L R KNOTT, Errors S. gradation for tho upper limit was tho Hob.,1. Hotl SUMMOOD rullr ee Exefisaafa Old .iil.rra C. P. ATMORE. ,nov at the cathedral sacristy is one H.w TAR-OIi Manager. CO., Traffic Chicajro. Gen Pass. Act. Ci A , V. I". and O M , . worn for Pontifical requiem masses. It heat of tho human body; for the lower, MrtiknKijit":ituiPiDniiii8i'iiiTsorEout. OeceraloiHce, Loulstille. Ky Leimston, Ky. asj. isiunr rvxb iauis.1i ..MM. the point nt which oil stop3 nt the mo- atMl.1.1;trratOfcUIsu4l'.r.lrC.atrln. tTrll.lUa. S. F. II. MORSE, GenT Pass'g'r Agi.. a. toll HARNEY, W.S. HARRISON, G W. For sale by A R. Penny and M, L l3oume, is of black uioiro antique silk, Now IWMrlll. SMI ment of Its congelation. C. M., Lexington, Ky. T. P. A., Ashland, Ky Oftice Chamber ot Commerce Uuilding, Cincinnati Stanford. ' York Herald. Mil Js?OrOALCO.. UFFaO.N. V. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. A MoiliTii t;jtflin.'rlJiagii tEEauicna '7"" 11 liEiifi 9 1 Dr. J. C. hot-wat- er Ayer & Co. Mass. PRICE, 11, SCOTTS 1 0. NEW OHOilAKS, Slei-per- s 111 rii y&-- CAM'DJLHlVAa I 1 POWDER I.. Absolutely Pure PVif y ,- Por Salo OR-I- - 1 Twenty RulldliiK Iots ( . nt Ti FOR IEvEIsTT. Cumberland Valley Land Company i I , Shri-scpni- t ). ' ! 1., - 11 loo-o- m rTc. morgan, d. s. Wednesday, July -- wt ANTER' , j G I s I" hib1 wwim MYERS HOUSE, a ICE. ICE ELKJN Stanford, ovr 1 woid Sample Room 5S-i- r Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. M s BIll'CE, Farm .For Sale. r ij- I j ,, fire-bo- . KWtin mmmm- - 50--oi- it v Bastin's Saw Mill. t 11. ROYAL OF MVERPOOI.. Insurance Company, 4j-- IV ,,.. ljr o .- .- . T Kentucky Central R.fL horse-shooii- jt, OLD KY. ROUTE A-- mm E2fflP TAXES TuTA-PYKH1 S TA22ES Washington, 1 li Y South-Heuu- I II I tax-pay- e Tiifro Pi! p thi-woi- ld . C . . , . j 1 AS Sler-hni- e. - North-Houn- d. I fire-bo- x. j fire-bo- x, & OREA! Ml hW 1 - ii 111 - j Lcx-lii- 1 ' - fire-bo- 4 ,, 11 TAR 01 D . 3.1 OREAM Extract 111 . 1 1 I PILES two-cent 11 n GOLD MEDAL F. F. 1 al 1 SILVER MOON ! A? 111. TAR:0iDS0AP D k v a, - ( 111 I FOR MEN ONLY! w I ' Ill 1" am m I