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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891070701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 'V - "V t - , "" fOBSWf' ',"7" Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY TUESDAY. JULY 7 .1891. 0RA3 0RCHAHD. of rip-touri- NO. 361 our dark-eye- d, dark-haire- Juliets, HUSTONVILLE. Billy Wright, of the Morelatid ueigl ,. . ... . iiuiiiuuu, piujHou tnrougii town into sat-well. unlay with nearly 100 nice owes, which H. A. Uonudtn hna returni'd from Mason's Fruit Jars, ho bought in Pulaski. trip. his A card frtini Jimmio Cooko in refer-- 1 hOtl. opera-toAdd l!wKi, artistic tonsoriid Ring Top Jars, An infant child of Win. Land, hru 3 enee to the condition of tho river and. Is a is n happy daddy again, and it . . n i: mouths, dut and was burled at I'mirli-(rsriliFruit Jars, Sealing. "u n.Miuuniimiry success oi me nngiors bright littlo daughter. Thurmlay. at tho Falls, has had a distressingly prosand .Inch Hurirtt -- John Whltmor Wax, cxtrn top antl Thfl"rnblnr man," Imlf arrolmt and trating ell'ect on our spottnion, as thoy ..r imil. t....l Snndav for drinking a , half oomoiUnn. exhibited to a reepcctif can t get oil. and did'nt ran' Rubbers, Jelly Glasses, little too much publi.-ly' hi audlutice at College Hall A grand picnic, balloon ascension, tttrdav vl o know it Brass and Porcelain Kettles. speaking and dancing at Sycamore at I'ittaburg w.w u gtmid 1,l2h' -- The lonuliemrilh public Mjhool, Grove, drew a largo crowd of patriots, In attendance. lnlns allair hundred Good music, good speaking, good eating Mi.:mbri';R ,,s Plls, will Inj taught and good order made every attendant ' given to the p,opl..;hi year by that el.wnt and uileuto.1 ttatainmentue.o 15. Jonnf i ; and, it proud of his county and glad that he -- Hon W. It. Kainwv and J. A. Craft! '"dy, Mrs. .Saunie wiUmmu K ying that the cehool will did'nt miss Casey's invariable thanks-- ' pnoke (or ami against the. rawtitntion. wmLiciwI on a high phdn of excel- giving on our national natal anniversary. ;! to me that If rjTtiM who attended .... i i ... .,n.. iu Tho balloonist did'nt make connection .la wnulil ""'' '"a I.A1K AI.rAAM)F.R'S HOTKL, ciliiiT nun Kfjn Chicken thieve htiv been getting but ho was forgotten in tho genual good have better oil. in their work again lit this vicinity. time enjoyed. -- One of Hon. Harry KvfrBolv'B littlo RENOVATED AND IMPROA'ED. on a U'wlnwday night Mr. John McUlurc'u Tho weather was never mor propibov got cut on tlio leg by another e wa uutucd, and two doen tious at harvest time. Dry, breezy every soytho. Ho bH fowdioaano with n ITBay. nice young ton la tiiat urelong would $2.50 day after early morning, and the clover needed constant attontlon ovur since, have uiudi) tliu bruukfa&t (UhIi mighty Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Househay has been housed, wheat put in though not Heriomdy hrt. LOUISVILLE. KV. -- Mr. IVt Stilling, attorueyatlavv tempting, wore ounied oil. No duo to Pleasant Point Picnlc-- A Big Crowd and a shock without a drop of rain, aud the the hungry ruseids. weeds in cornfields exterminated. Big Time. Corn W. R. LOGAN, now. Is back from ntit'inltnir hcuooI at Tim um of a week' boc.nl, which graduated. KiNCisviu.K, July The annual Sun- has made phenomenal growth during A. YV. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L Marshall, .Clerks. Ann Harbor, Mich., where Col. 1). U. Haughtur oH'ered iwentlv to day scltool and Fourth-of-Julpicnic past two weeks, but grass is drying rapi..i iu i iHir it voutig man, nnu u n he iltwmofl for his en-- the one formulating tlieurvatvM nnmber given by the people of tho vicinity of idly, stock water failing and weather becoU the patonage will,"' current KnglHh word from the 17 IMoasnnt I'oint church, out mile from coming threateningly dry. A soaker ursv in Irving to lonrii nlioiit law, ho letters com, K)6i..y"lireen IlriMr Spring," KingHville, on Saturday last, like all its now would put farmers in high feather, rorta.nlv leave many of the older one hits nwurded to Florence Blnlr. of predecessors, was to those who attended even though littlo wheat bus been in practice bund went to St. Mary's, Ivy., whose list numbered a source of great joy and pleasure. stacked. Tin I.nndon comet 07U wont1!, (.'uiie a number sent iu MX) The programme, of wuich a copy is here David Spilman Carpenter and wife, Woodbine Saturday to the laying of " and upwards; but Mies Florence's given, consisted of recitations by the of Somerset, reached town Saturday Masonic ball. They corner utono to the industry takes the cake and cream, children, alternating with songs by the afternoon to pay kinsfolks and friends a rt(. ' JiNT were accompanied by J. 0. McKee, and Hhe will Has the largest and be treated to thorn at once choir, and each child's part was perform- short visit. SpilU fa enthusiastic in Judge M. M. Burnett and Hon. Sam by the genial colonel, of the woll as could be done. The morn- praise of Pulaski, and the tenor of bis ed as Wren. There were i: members MOST COMPLETE STOCK Fiank Dillion is back from Middles-bor- o, ing programme was as follows: "There talk is to the ell'ect that he is an excepband, and every one five pmt$ of whore lie went to show tho novice isno Death," .Miss Lena Uritliu; "Home," tion to the established rule that West OF their kind treatment by all. of the WeMern I'nion olllce there liow Miss Lillie Cummiiigs; "One by One,'' hnders have ceased to remove in expect-- ' There, was a horce whipping nt TOPi to "take" l'rea dlijiatches. Mies Belle Johnson; "A Little Child," ation of finding a permanent abiding tempted in town Saturday on a promi- He says that the Magic City ami its en- Miss Bertie Snow; "Song," Misses Mat-ti- place. Mrs. Jennie Smith, a hamhiome Wtfe. ever shown in Stanford nent eitiiou, but owing to tho peculiar at prices . . it would virons are too "tough" for his .mitoiny. Lou ingleton; "I Want a l'ieco young widow oi uovington, aim tier son and circuinstnncefl and the injury as low as the lowest. VV'A Mr. Matt Knglom.ui, of Shelby City, bus of Calico." Miss Lena Dye; "The Philis- Hugh, arrived last week, and will spend do to the man in tho allair, who is prom in the State, Remember tli.it I have one of the best watch-maker- s engaged by Col. .Slaughter as hotel tines," Miss Maud Snow; "Pretty Girl," tho summer with relatives. Mrs. S. is a inent in bis polilicnl opinion guiiiit the clork at Uruen Brittr this season. Messrs. Miss Lixxle Dye; "Two Little Hands," daughter of Dr. John Iliife, n native of who can do an thing in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to writer, ami who may not deserve it ac- D. B. Hlinistoii, nccoinpiiiiied by that Miss Keba C'lore; "Give me Thine this end. Miss Agues Itill'e is visiting in send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old cording to bis ntutement, I withhold Ool. J. I. Chandler, Hoarr," Miss Addio Ilonsley; "Plain Perryville. robunt name. gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic- -- Some vandal entered Prof. ThomHoiih. T. Freeman, of KarlKMirvillo, went to l'lon.oaut I'oint Saturday to meet Talk from Johnnie." Jimiuie Snow. Ad A. R. PENNY. tcd and I guarantee satisfaction. and W. It. Kinney, of Undon, will tlie "der people." dresses were made iu the morning by son's buggy house Friday night and cut Dr. John S. Cooper returned to ltovs. Biwliug and Lyle and Mr. II. P. to pieces the top of his plueton. A noxt oounty apeak at the previous Bro. Williams' buggy a. c. SINE Young, nfter which there was an adjournj x. mi:niIff.e court day. the Kith, in favor of tin con- - Louisville Friday. MttMes Mnggio and Uulu Trumbull, two pretty pe- ment for di ner and tho largo crowd was was appropriated and used, but replaced They will be roplivd to by atitiition. Judce It. Moyd and Hon. I?. K. Wilson, tite belles of this vicinity, went up to bountifully supplied with the best the in good condition. Our vigilant marshal is hot on the. trail of the scoundrels, of of thm place. Considnrablw amount of Brodhond Friday to hpend a few days land aiibrds. intellectual aMHty will be cenemted on with Mrs. Macgle Holman. Felix MyTho exercises were resumed at 1:0 whoso identity he is assured, but a link stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. V. The tins occanion, iimi eviiryboiy Mbould at- ers is in from iu I.oui, Mo., visiting his and line addresses made, in tho order or two were wanting in the chain of tend and bo onliiihtciittd if they are not gratulmother, Mrs.nM. L. Harris. Mr. named : Mr. J. B. Paxton, Judge "W. 12. ovidenco ho is forging. It is much to S .SII, I Iwve and Mrs. Alex Allnnder ami Mrs. Jones, Vnrnon, Hon. W. II. Millor, and Col. tho credit of our municipality that but aire ly. Since wriUutr the alK 3.ATI2, been notified that Judge ltoyd wonld allot Lexington, are tho guests of Mr. I'. P. Hill. The programme was then one arrest has been necessary since our 23L5NDS, SID5NG, rather not have any announcement that mid Mrs. Win. H. Curtis in the Cedar resumed : " Dawning Day," Miss Lizzie last marshal was installed, and, sad to Verandah aud Suirwork at city prices. Cn-olocality. Mehr8. Holdam Stuart Phelps; " Darling Littlo Pearl," Mies say, that individual is a apeak. he w ill misltu&sell Dillion, Touy Brooks and Wilson Lutio Phelps; "Biding on the Cars," sionary who shipped an extra earo of MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. DHItou wetoihwu from tJieir mouiitniii Leeilie Murphy. boor and had to bo removed from tho We carry a full stock of everything found inw C. A. Dean got a verdict at Denver, lodges tho fourth, eelobrntin'. 1,000 people present siduwalk before the hour that lie had There wero about - cr-a- ss Mr. J. 11. UilkcrHon, our lel and Col., against S. W. French for 510,000 and a more orderly crowd was never as- announced himself for n lecture on his loyal Scotch townsman, has iu his pos- sembled. All left feeling that they .had Oriental travels ami observations. wife's alleeuon for aliennting his Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract Under, of Covington, lost bis session an interesting souvouirof his na- been well paid for their day's outing. deorge 1NE cc MKVEFEE, Stanford, Ky. orbuikliiv. wife, and inHtond of going and gutting tive country iu tho shape of a spectacle Bro..M. P. Middleton, who presided, is DEATHS' DOINGS. case made of the wood of a tree within to be congratulated on the success of the another one went oil' and hanged A child of M James Dauebeity the iuclowru where repose the lai re- day's performance, and likowiso con- died at Rowland Sunday. Hrady went to LouMr. Fleming U. mains of Scotland's great national poet, gratulated, together with his coadju Mr. and Mrs. L. B. l'ryor were called isville the other day and returned Itobeit Burns. On one side of the euic good he is accomplishing in upon Saturday to mourn the loss of with a fair and buxom bride, young- is a picture of the "clay biggin," where tors, for the II. of the county. their little boy Denton, who died of er than ilia youngent child. She was tho illustrious minstrel was born ; ami this section mcniiigiti.s. Rev. John Bell Gibson counMi Lulu Nailur, formetly of thla on the other, is depicted "Allowny'e FARM AND TRAOE ITEMS. . preached the fuimral sermon at the resilat-of two yuarrt ty, but for tho auld haunted kirk," where doubtless he Snndav afternoon, and the re The ceremony was performed in often met his "Bonnie Jean," and from lvd Jones had a fine Uranby tllly to dence mains were brought to Bullalo cemetery Jellemonville. We wish the couplojoy which the witches sallied foith iu (pur- die of colic .Sunday night. for interment. A number of crops of wheat havo in their new relation and a long lift of suit of Tain O'simnter, as related in his Wood Wallace, until recently the connubial felicity. poema. Mr. Oilkurson purchased the been bought here at 75 cents. well known 4th street gents' furnisher, Lightning struck a Hold of wheat in " CHURCH lFAfiisT' 1876 while in Scotland, and reLouisville, died Friday of heart disease, On the market is the RETS OF ROCK SALT because stock will do UhristiRii county, and burned it entiregards it with a Scotch mini's characters with which ho bad suffered for pome 20 per cent, better and it will go thtce timet, as far as common barRev. J. C. Hurkholdor, of Kliznbotb--. . tic veneration for every thing associated ly "1. time. He was h nativo of Danville, rel Salt. I have ju.st txctied a u,r ad and will quote low price. Lore I.illaiil sold to unit Aiulerson town, w ill preach at the Baptist churcli with tint glory of the land oMVllnoe 'I t ;UXW bushels of wheat at where his lernuins were brought for on SJRturday here WedneHday night, Mb, at 8 o clock. ami Bruce. He married Mrs. Julia Cam ire cents. ltev. W. Y. Slieppord was accompaAlong with other holiday observers t0 Joseph Shelby sold to Johnson, of two veins ago, and the with one child nied by Mr. J. T. Milsop to his nervico we visited Green Briar hotel Saturday Boyle, a bunch uf extra good yearlings survives him. here Sundav, which was woll attended. that beautiful summer paradise, conMrs. Ma'y Ann Jones, aged 72, died Mr. Shcppard tells us that he is tdco ceived, constructed and presided over by at 3 cents. ut the residence of her daughter, Mrs. J. V. Cook lout a fine yearling colt trying to establish amission at Somerset, that masterly genius and prince of landjallie Sims, nt 11 o'clock, Saturday, he will bu snccossful. lords, Col. 1). li. Slaughter. Kverything, valued at $500 last wool: from being in which we hope of inflammation of the bowels, caused was by Metropolitan. lie Itev. II. M. I.ii n y, who now lives you may safely bet, was in gala shape Richard Hohiuson bought of David by mixing patent medicines of a differin (iordonsville, Va., gets after us in the about tho premises; and the big crowd cattle at iJJ cts., ent character. Mrs. Jones was a native "9IOIM3L Central Methodist for making light of that surged through tho halls and par- Thompson 1'0 year-oland of Hays, of Rockcastle, a brood mare of Georgia and had been a member of wo attbtnit that tho lors and camped on tho camp meetings, but verandahs was tho Baptist church, for over 10 years, dyfacts that wo woro"born iu Hanover coun- just made of the right cloth, wo judge for SI 00. 1). C. Terbium bought I'l! very flue ing firm in the faitii and anticipating a ty, Va., where Bishop Aihury organized from the expression on each glorious resurrection. Resides Mrs. Sims in America, face, to oat, drink, dance and bo merry. mule colli, all mares but three, in Boyle tho tlrat Sunday-schoocounty, at prices ranging from $i0 to two other children, Mr. L. S. Jones, of where Harry of the West llrst saw tho With a royal dinner to sit down to, spirMiddlesboro, and Thomas Jones.of Georlight, and where our father was for many ited music to inspire and beauty to cap- $";. Hanodsburg Democrat. gia, survive her. Rev. George Hunt conCheese Mr. J. K. Bruce, who takes notice of years a Methodist steward " furnish no tivate, everybody seemed to yield themducted a short pervice at the house Sunreasons to espouse the cause of selves willing captives to tho charms of such things, says that ho counted 75 day morning, after which the icniains especial camp meetings, when wo seo at High pleasure ; and when wo left about 2 wheat fields between this place and Dan- were interred in Buffalo cemetery. Bridge especially what a crowd it brings o'clock in the afternoon, when beauty ville while making the trip a few days Lamps, Glass- - and Queensware, Tin- - and Woodemvare, Fruit Jars,! 'fenny beat Kingston at sheepsdiead together nud what an amount of devel-tr- y and gallantry were at their best, "chas- ago. Capt. K. W. Lillard, Secretary of p.,. the Saturday four lengths in a mile and n Jelly Glasses, VXL. is done under tho guise of going lo ing tho glowing hours with flying feet," Uarrnrd Fair, will accept our thanks for furlong, time 1:55. meeting. wo felt just like the fellow did who said a kind invitation to attend the exhibiTho wife of a German emigrant gavo after tho love feast, "it was good to bo tions July 17 and is. We shall be there birth to twins in a day coach while en there." For tho Colonel and his elegant in person or proxy without fail. route from Chicago to Great Falls, Moat wife, who plays the role of hostess most The Lexington Gazette says that gracefully, both of whom showed us some sales of wheat have been there nt larwloiiN Ididiiri'.itcc. W W i2iJii25 TUet"f ivrtKtunt ( umr j.erfor'noit b7 tho every kindness and attention, wo want SO aud S3 itnd that it is the disposition Hi l;tvp "l nil lrii' mhoi iln- body heart It bati to say that wo havo a bright spot in our of the farmers to sell at once aud not Willi u.ochI ltM (WO Um"t tnt fori'f Hi- l''"il nt llm r.ilo of heart that fortune or length of days will Some crops l&VmiiiM ,i ii;iy wliu'UUS.tWD.O ) U) utincs oml wait for a better market. never wholly mar. 6.1WN) ni U's In n lif'' tU'i". No wotidHrlhuro average as high as "5 bushels to the are f.o many Hoart sFnlluros. Tho rirH Col. Henry .II Houston, republican i or umpioms arc sl )iin or Rtoinncti. nhon Ilultcrlnt, candidate for lieutenant governor, came acre. p.iln lnih'-ulCozatt it Sisk bought of J. H. Baugh-nia- n choldne In thn.it.oppr'sion then folloir nenU, hunKrv or iinoihi p.W P K hwoIIiti nnltlei, down hero from tho mountains and r 1,000 bushels of wheat last week at cuaa li spout Sunday in etc. W' Kbw recuperating for this SO the only rmcly Sold by A. It. I'eniir. cts. Tho wheat iu this county is and week's ordeal. By the way there's n for nay. ZJ'lfly SpitHiut turning out very badly. Of the crops Had Mr II. A. Onrdnrr.ofVHtu.il. Ind.,llro.l little romance connected with tho colothat have been delivered to Funk & Antwo thousiuid years iii?o fclio woiWrt Imvo been nel's visit to Crab "CitorUUMwellaLptxltochIMreritha,t I Cmtorla cured Colic, Constipation, Orchard, that may bo thought to bo io 8icd by cril spirit. Shu Dtan&uc. .Uoju gour 8w derson thero has not been a single bushwn. aiiiiiort m nirrnu nroilr.itloii. licddachei. tho prelude to a more swelling act. "The I el that would grade, and from reports II. A. Aricnsn, M. D., known to me." dizziness, bnckaeho. palpltutiou und forty to ration, fifty ip i fin a it ! Though huvinu been treat- colonel is n widower; and, like most 'from different portions of tho county alI TVitEout injurious medication. 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, 2f, Y, ed by .lKht phrslclun for yonrs without sue widowers, is dressy to rttha-eha degree, most the entire crop is in a similar con by ouo botllo curt'U cos., the wa iitrinan-ntlj- f Tub Cintacr Compant, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. A trial botof Dr. Mllc' ftojtorativf Ncrvino and as gallint as a Moorish knight. dition. The yield has been such as to tle of tUUnewand wonderful nivdlcino und a promise good returns lo the farmers, but A cream of tartar lus.in powder Hi.hen ol Willie making a speech heron week or tho smut lias discouraged all hopes of ftnoly tllutrattU tri'atltse fr at a.h renny all In leadening itrenjih. Latett U. S Governwho -c- ommeudi ami grantee I Drutf Store, j ,Jenrd nnj . Uo flJ0( ,je by ment Food Report any protit. Advocate. -- Mr. mail-routin- It. C. Font I getting along very chin-polishe- g rt liri'f tho snorting, fourth ha Huupt by. Andy Mowart In the lut'rclfppvr and r at U. O. Springi thid sea- - ItH draw r, o - 1 oiic-u- hen-hous- 1 who straightway foil desperately in lovo with the courtly colonel ; and tho next day after ho had departed, sent him by express, a handsome liouijuet, bearing a note which doubtless savored ofcnlticiui-thu- s or some other sweet bloom. Wheth er touched by this lloral offering or not, tho colonel camo back here Saturday mid us fate would have it iu the the two, tho colonel and the pretty boinjitet fender, met face to face, and wcie at once introduced by Mr. Kdmis-towho to give him credit knows something himself of the ways of women. To make the story short, the fair inamo-tat- a took the HtiBcoptihlc colonel home with her, where doubtless iio was initiated into n labyrinth more enchanting than the Cretan of old and one that will piove more ditlicult for him to find his way out of than tho labyrinth of politics. Verily, the democratic Ctesars will have no trouble in coping with this republican Antony, enthralled as lie is by the charms of this village Cleopatria. post-olflc- u n. .! I . . JFancy & Family Groceries 1 ... j ! TIE WILLABD Rates Per ,. 9 THOROUGHLY . Manaecr. y 1 ln-'- ii The Old Reliobls Jeweler in the Lead. I ifef A. SYI&J .1X1 vsr EL Penny tel o .,...' ."'Lifr MAWy lflaL0 &35hj? JMdS' MC'2Z' &s Wa Idies and Jewelry ht-w- sHdl-binde- r, I court-hous- e few-night- s Mol-vi- n Stanford Lumber Yard, bet SHINGLES, J.rHlSBK. I0031S, FLOORING, CEILING, self-style- first lumber T&nz). him-md- f. Son-lia- y The IflOoL Popular SALT t IouiB-ville- gUf(jH3rH 1 etif-ei- v J". IB. FOSTER. al-ter- ud. -- Go to A. A. WARREN'S GROCERY" d For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Rice, Pickles, Preserves and Jams; l ,( ROYAl I - br.-ui-- oxer-cliin- ? o ni-n- POWDER m6 Enfant Children IrrrunenaUa-auperiortonnyprewripU- on Absolutely Pure Jim .ie4 .mJU , V ' i li-- i ' - tvM ;; i I! j'Ic! u V I I 9 r y Are They Reduced to This? their legislative assfciublies, and is as Certain frlendB of the new constitu. much and as grotesquely out of place in a constitution as would be a police ordi- tion nro claiming in tho county, it is nance of the town of Stanford in tho s.iid, that it is more favorable in the W. HATH NOT SEEN, gospel by St. John. It is more than matter of taxes to the poor man than HATH NOT HEARD, this. It is an audacious attempt to the old constitution under which we aie July 7, 1S91 usurp nnd forestall tlie just authority of living, that it exempts from taxation of Stankoud, Ky., men, the people. It is an ellort to palsy the jJJoO worth of property, in section 17C, we chief nnd most vita! arm of civil govern whether it be land, stock or what not, y Constitution Destroys the Legis- inent. It is a structural change of the and that under it the poor man is The New lature. exempted from taxation. Knelt State government. It is revolution, and The tendency, as well as the direct treason to the sovereign power, such as of theso propositions is untrue, and ox aim, of the new constitution is at enmity in former times might have cost tho del actly the opposite to each of them 13 egates their heads had they been true, as anyone desirous of informing Goods, with the true interests of the people. Mcd-titi- a The proper province of organic law in thought worth the taxing. If tho peo- himself may easily learn. The old constitution pormits the lega free country is circumscribed and sim- ple of Kentucky are willing to limit ple. It is, in the first place, to declare their participation in their own govern- islature to.exemot from taxation just as abormuch nronertv as tho people wish to the form of government, anil divide this ment to tho weazen, been thing which tho new have exempted. Under it tho legislabefore. into the necessary departments, carefully tive, emasculated separating and defining the powers and constitution oilers them as a legislature, ture might saddle tho whole tax for duties of each. It bIiouIJ, in the next thev- - will vote for it. If they are not State purposes on the railroads, as is place, declare plainly and clearly the ready to abdicate their sovereigntyand done in Massachusetts and in Califor we fundamental, natural rights of the in- in favor of a hundred most ordinary, nia, and exempt from taxation all the dividual, such na commend themselves though most respectable, men they will property of individuals. Under the new to the instinctive and universal sense of reject it, and cling to the old constitu- constitution this wide aud amplo power we right, and Mich as society may in no case tion, which with nil its admitted imper- to give relief to tho people is abridged, intermeddle with. Of fections is infinitely snferand better than and the legislature is Koiuiii) to exempt abridge, deny or these the chief are. the right to enjoy tho new. It i a constitution, aud not n more than ?l'o0 worth not in land, not of empirical statute laws bor- in little homes but in 'household goods and defend one's life, the right to acquire hotch-po- t God ac rowed from the northwestern yankee aud other personal property, which must property, the right to worship cording to the dictates of one s own con- States. It has no word of contempt for of course bo specifically designated, as We goods. gob science and the right of free speech. In the legislature, it ha no sneer for the it is now by act of tho legislature. The J Ve m to exchxt with. other words it is the province of a con- people. Under it every man s rights are section provides, "Not more in value of we stitution to erect merely the framework, known and settled. Under it, in thou- household goods and other personal you, and happy homes, property, of a person with a family, than the skeleton, of government, leaving to sands of be and glorious brood fl'50 shall be exempted 'roni taxation." $lud, to the people, who are the real sovereigns, such a idl the red; that is to say, the making of of free men and gracious women havo It does not exempt one cent's worth of ruks, or laws, for their own government been reared as the world has nowhere any kind of property, whether land or C Kentueki.ms, be imrntvl in goods, but only provides that tho legismutf in a free State he left to the people. equalled. oe latures of the future may, if they choose, The sovereign power should not, and time! Let well enough alone! A YA Y:-On- cine worth of to exempt not mork than cannot in our country, he lodged elsewho Go In Peace. personal property. It is simply a re ,.. us. governments are In htm where. All popular The Courier Journal in its leader of striction, a limitation, on tho present Com departments the exdivid d into three book. Aggs Saturday last has an elaborate defense plenary power of the legislatue in this ecutive which carries into effect, which of its recent change of front against the this regard. In point of fact the existing executes, the laws made by the peoplt; criticisms-o- f this nnd certain other rural l.uv under tho wio permission of the the judicial, which construes and deternewspapers. It is temperately, earnest- present constitution, exempts from taxmines the meaning of these laws, and ly, nnd gracefully written, hut has, we ation (see General Statutes, chapter W2, A. .he legislative, which matt them. Of regret to say, in no wise altered our article 1, sec. S nnd article (5, sec 27) Main Street, Stanford, Ky, .HANKS important and indispensa theso three, GAURII2L, Mam opinion, ror a reason, wiucn is purely cattle of the value of $.V, the growing as are the first two. the third or ble imaginary, the avoidance of hurtful department is obviously of far croi, articles made in tli family for famA whoi.k temperance sermon Is con-party dissension and which would si- ily use, all poultry and all provisions on the greatest importance. Kich legisla lence every tongue and pen in the State, tained in the statement made by mur ture comes fresh from the sovereign peo- and permit nn unconsidered aud unen- hand for family ute. household furni derer Crumpton at Fort Smith, Ark., hh ture to the value of $250, sewing in.- ple. It voices the wishes, the changing lightened judgment to be rendered by tho chines to tho value of $oU uud farming he stood with the rope around his .A r. UClmi ' of the people. It w the needs, the will, gravest issue joined in implements and machinery to tho value which wns to choke him into eternity. Every limitation therefore up- people upon the people. Said he: "My friends let me warn you abour generation, the Courier-Journa- l of $250." on the powers of this branch of governto shun as you would a viper all intoxiV3 dicates its conceded leadership, and, Here by a low estimate is exempted cating spirits. Whisky has brought me ment, except to to s.iy that it shall not holding to the Wrongest convictions that for each householder in the State, an avchange the form of government or viois a danger- erage of $500 worth of personal property. this. I.ook well into every drink of Is Receiving His the proposed constitution late the natural and inalienable rights of ous menace to the peace, dignity, and The new constitution, if adopted, would quor nnd you will see n hangman's unwarranted and the individual, is an noose." Whisky may not bring all its a welfare of the State, decliuos to advo at once compel tho legislatuie to cut this victims to the gallows, but if its use is dangerous abridgement of the right' cate or utter them. Moreover, and in isl half in two, and reduce tho exempt free yepk to yorcni thtmnlu u they fee tit. In most unchivalrous fashion, it leaves in ions to about $100 in farming imple- persisted in it is sure to wreck vou phy- truth.in all instances where a people has the lurch its humbler comrades and assicatly nnd mentally and bring you into Goo(K WarMIItcd anJ a ,crfect ,,it Gliarant0cd sjim. nim n call. ' ments, $100 in furniture, $25 in cattle, lost its liberties,except when overrun nnd sociates in a common cause. No sutli $25 in sowing machines, nnd nothing in eternal disgrace. Noting man beware has occonquered by a foreign power.it dent reason, no tolerable excuse, has the shape of growing crops, provisions, Look not upon the wine when it is red. curred through the gradual aud insidbeen given, or indeed cau ho given, for Ac. Tho new constitution would thus, Tiik entire population of Nevada is ious encroachment by the other departthis. We are not. however, our broth- as shown by the report of the State Com- but l'j.7iil, a falling oil' of over tM per ments of government upon the legislaer's keeper, and possibly we may not bo missioner of Agriculture for 1SS1J, neces- cent in 10 years. That is Nevada has tive. So long as the legislature is nu- 4 so situated as to be capable, of justly es sarily add to the list of articles to be tax- Ices population than Lincoln, Boyle mid trammeled the people are free. In ex' timating and motives ed 00 millions of dollars worth of the Pulaski the influences counties, yet in order to keep the actly the proportion that it is restricted which prompted so unlooked-foa poor man's milch cows, sewing machines, republican party in power agaiuxt the the people arc enslaved. These are course. Certainly, knowing nnd ac- plows, wagons, chairs, beds, aud bread will of the people, the rotten borough fundamental truths which no believer knowledging as we do, the long, great and meat for his family, which are now furnishes two senators aud FOR & FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, in popular government will or can deny. ntoturo'Stnau and splendid seivice this journal hits untaxed. Disastrous as wo believe the to cast their votes as it mav direct. Now, with thMii in mind, let any one HEADACHE AND ALL dispassionately read the new constitu rendered both State and party, wo have new constitution would prove to all no disposition to judge it unkindly. classes John S. Kiika very promptly denies DISORDERS. tion and the debates on it in the convenand to every interest in the State The Times, which is but a brilliant even- - we unhesitatingly declare that it would the lie started by the other side that he FDR SALE BY AIL DRUGGISTS. tion. He will find in the latter every, ing edition of the plain- - L ullfairIy !im, 0IHe,y had given up the fight against the new mme heav where, openly expressed or only thinly iPRErAREDgy RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R MED.CO. ST.LOUIS MO. lively asks if an erring sister may upon Ul(J farmor Bld a)0,ing man than constitution. He is enlisted for the war concealed, a profound contempt for the he allowed to depart in peace ami will not cense to speak aud work upon any other. legislature and for the virtue and intelliSo be it nnd jhu rubiaeuiii against the adoption of an iiibtruuieut Don't take for gospel what every wise gence of the people. "I never dote which he thinks will bring evii n,i that rpHjj; HOUSE. ALEXANDER'S HOTEL much on the people," says .Mr. Delegate having tho money to redeem acre may tell you is in the now const continually Not to the people of Kentucky. us and get Bennett Young, with a sneer aud with- them with the administration has de- union. Call on us or send to t . ii. itiutsY, 1'roprioior, Seventh and Market Mrrrts, out rebuke. "I have hut little use for cided to extend the U per cent, bonds it and read for yourself. It is youk Kentucky. Louisvillo, - - London, - on Earth. Tho Finest Kontucky, legislatures, and would abolish them if due Sept. at 2 per cent., and hopes net property and vorn hbeity that aie at I hvc innvrtl I" my new lintel nit am Im(i The Cincinnati, Hamilton .V Diytan K K i rt Jiv.om1no.l41r stake. WILL OPKN MONDAY, MAR t the publit I could." The reader will find, further, without hope that its pets, the natioiinl th only line running Pullman'! Perfected Woijr Jtuchv-r- f jn.lcv.eiy convenience ilr tcitihuletl I'raini, with Chulr. I'jtlor. SUifunc (iao'' in almost every section of this new in- banks, will come forward and help it out t.ive me 4 cjll. " Having sold out our enure interest In the betel, As tiik Times will not be in the rim: nnd Dining C'jr nervice t.ctweun Cincinnati. InKII.KY, rhicagu ill JelUrtoo stiert. we have moved tu our old strument, a set, deliberate, design to of the hole. An exchange in noticing its friends, tho eneniv, are ilianapolit jtivl KtUimnj; and it thn only line run- - 77 Cmling i iiroiiKh Chmr Cart bvtweam stand that we 01 copied for year so successfully cripple the power of the legislature and the extension says that a new loan, a cordially invited to wool it to their c nnati, Keokuk ami Springfield. III. andSkei.mj on Seventh and Market streets, are now tilting it , ,,, up in elegant shape, new throughout and thrqut-6Tf'TiHj JCl f H! t ', heart's content. This invitation is es- Cir Cincinnati lo Ma. Linaw, and the to silence the voice of the people. vast increase of a war ' will a every way be elegant, Including cne 01 Only Direct Lino pecially directed to Itrothei Walton, Hale's Saftitv Passenger and llagrage Kiev a lore Hetweifi Cincinnati, directly diminishes the power of the tariff", ami a bogus style of lnton. t.iiua. Tvdevle, l)e- Dealer in l'..iti(n A l'melic It who, though homew hat disfigured, never troit. the Lake Kcgiom aud Canada. with all the late m. pros fluent We rant allot our old friend Interne and sc us legislature by shortening its sessions, are all necessary, in time of profound throws up the sponge, and establishes our old home. x-i- k the road i ne of the oldest in the State ol T Yan TTeTnt? W We promise you that onr rooms, lahle and servl. e B.ia the onl line $ (Sec. 44), by providing that when sum- peace, in order to save this administra- the evenness of his temper by consist- Ohioand double Usui., entering Clrumaati overcjh shall bo second tu none in the land. My wife, Mrs. t lecord milet ol and IWm Hi , . Louisall the time. staying A. herman and Milwaukee U.tllc Jolt Alevander. wants to be remembered to all Biorolhuii aa.ure it. : atron apeud, comfort and moned by the governor it shall only con- tion from a deficit. Aud all this accom- ently Times. bad friends and she Imf, i ir ville at Jellerwm vlietl, bet Hov.l and anil lady them a liivuty will he glad to see them ,OlY Mcam U.HI..1 sider such matters as he may choose to plished in two years and three months, (ise reieptinu Fare j per day and we that they I'reMou, U)l IS ll.l.K. KY licketnon aU In the general disarmament at the rwidC.II AD. everywhere, out of Cincinnati, Warranted to keep h ii.i.tlia My .j.hmU " "'. either i" rti r.AAMitn Manager direct (Sec. SLW, and by expressly forbid- notwithstanding that they started with corner of Fourth nnd Green, to escape IndianaiKilit or Tvle.lo. in or e alo.ri and will he found .1 ihe '..rim.n II n rirr.ULr V , Kowlai.-' K. O McCOKMICK. ding it to legislate at any time upon "0 a surplus of nearly SloO.OOO.OOO, and "" Generall'aiienjerand I'll Let Aleut. the dread possibility of "friction," it is enumerated subjects, all of which are of have been since in receipt of a revenue painful to note that r direct and immediate concern to the peo- larger than that of any other governBucklen'8 Arnica Salve has been deprived of his Damascus yaar ia7 ' CH9! BPlnV V The best lalve in tlie world fur cut, hruuva, ple (Sec. 6'2). It uiflinetly still further ment of the earth. Let tho people real- " weepen " and equipped with a dull Vyne bbbbVbbbvI f ore, ulcer,, amlt rheum, fever ore, tetler, chapatalasl'tlasakllX emasculates this "assembly" of the peo- ize this. Let them understand that they barlow, which he is now permitted to ped handi, chilblain, corn and all lkln erup tiont and positively cures piles, or uo pay requir"(jl,laUIJVIIlt NlwAlBAai CHICAtORrvS;-- " ple by anticipating for all time any leg. pay, in the increased prices of what they draw only on his friends. ed. It is guaranteed to tri ptrlect satitlactu-r- , r Price J cents per boa. islative action on their part on the most consume and in the decreased prices of or money refunded. 10 I'or sale by A R. I'cmiv, btanlord, Ky. important matters atlecting them by what they produce, for all this wanton II.vnmiiai. Ha.mi.in, who was putting, in other words, mere statutes wreckless extravagance, and vote against during Lincoln's first term, Tho Firm Step. any and every thing that has the repub- died suddenly at Bangor, Me., Saturday. I'erhapa )ou arc run uuwn, can't eat, can't into the unchangeable form of constituAnd can t think i.in't do nri tltiiii; to our tional law. For instance, aud in opposi- lican brand on it. Ho was playiuga sociul game of pedro sleep, oii. You and you wonder what ail warning, you are taking the first tion to the best minds of the conven. Jous Baiidsley, 1'uiiaUeiphia's de- when tho summons' came, and he died thould heed the prostration. on need a nerve sup into nervous Ho was born tonic and Kleilric Hitters you will find the exact tion, it takes the whole subject of taxa- faulting treasurer, was given 15 years in almost immediately. And tion and revenue from the people, to solitary confinement in the penitentiaiy in Maine in 1MW nnd in his day served remedy for restoring )our nervnti ay item to its Surprising result normal, healthy loudition -lollow th uieof tins Nerva Tonic and Alterative. whom it of clear right belongs, and em- and the amount ho confessed to Your hae as legislator, congressman, 17. S. senator, and theappetite and kidney resume lienllhyrestoreu rcturni, gooil uigeviioii is it in Sections 175 to ISO inclusive. stolen, $2:17.5:!0. His last bodies action. liver Pullman Yestibutisl ItufTct Sleeper n.l PullPunishment does net governor,' and K Penny's man lluifet Chair Care nn all trams through te It takes from the people living in towns often come as swiftly in such cases ps public service was minister to Spain. Try ii hnllle I'ruc 50 centa nt A drug store cuicat o without change. (in via the Mon. in nnd get the llest far the least ' and cities the power to adapt themselves this, because the people do not rise up He held public position for oQ years, nnd TONSOHTAL "ARTIST, LI Kilt nionev I', r information address A Little Qlrl'd Exporlonco In to their varied circumstances and neces- and demand it, but if it did wo should always with honor and fidelity. VV IIAf. K,i:it.r. P. A., Chicago House. STANFORD, KKNTUCKV, W 1; CKLSII, D P. A . i ouisvtlle sities and undertakes to govern them all havo less of Riieh crimes. Hy the wny, Mr ami Mrs l.oreu 'Irescott lire keepers ol the Liis than three weeks lemain till the Gov. I.ightliouc at Sand Iteacli, Mich , anil lire lias a first clam tlarlier Shop on Main ilreJt, oplaw (Sections 103 to Uardsley was called by one posite Portmiii House, and mvilesa share of your Ir SOL ARK GOING "Honest John." election, and yet no Garrard county blessed with a daughter 4 eurs old. I.at April 171 inclusive). It adopts a code of There seems to be a Prompt intention toouislde calls and patronage with mauskw, followed with a fatality over a man democrat has expressed a willingness to alic wa taken down turning into a fever. Doctor spftcial attention to lailie and htlilrcr. Work dreadful cough and or , vicious and experimental statutes to regdone in the Utest it) le with rentntss jml who acquires such a handle to his name. at librae aud at Jlstroit treated her, but in vain; ' " SS ,n serve his country in the approaching rtm.rrl he ,srew worae rapidly until she w ulate corporations See's HIS to U1U Tate it will ho remembered was known legislature. The Record calls loudly for "handlui ol bones." I ben she iried Dr Km, THK and to exercise paternal con-trtwo New o as "Honest Dick," all the time he whs some patriot to present himself, but so bottle Divwas ery and alter the uae ofThey and a half lay Dr, tomplelely cured. over railroads and commerce (Se- stealing thousands of dolhus from K lug's New Discovery worth It weiRlitiii fild rn. tho far in vain. What's the matter with Mr. vet you in i) get you a trial bottle free at A H 217 to ti27 inclusive), and provides ctions aL..W t State. Beware of a man with such a James It. Mnrrs, for the position ? Ho I'nuny's drug store mandatorily for a secret ballot (Sec. 13!) trade, mark. would reflect credit upon old Garrard in rrtaaaaV atNJivyiv instead of leaving it open and optional i Mllos' Norvo and Llvor Pills U.ui.ito.U) horrors never come singly. the legislative halls and mako a member Ylf fvm, . n itaxsmr . with the people. Like acautious father, Actou a new principle regulating the liver, A new To euro num. Mc, lowel through Louisville 4 rusHviuc n. n. j onsti" .1 .1 prescribing to his small buy to whom he Tho public was hardly over the shock of which tlie press as well aa people stomach andDr. Mile' Pills the nerves. bilious . discovery ueellllv CHIC pati'.ti M ii , tiko bad taste, torpid livtr, pile, constipation ho it shall unexpend- cuised by tho Itavenna, ()., disaster would be proud. lias given a dime nni, I l.o '. J the line for you, - .1 Unrualed for men, women, cruiuiotl htnall. st ed, it even provides the exact number wherein 21 passengers were killed nnd dose ij of tcnator Blackburn's Hiildtau, surest 50Stanford cent. Sample lien Ir tho report 'J: wounded by tho mogul engine of a A. It Penny', at oTI pages the people of a great State may IJiiily speech in favor of the new constitution employ in the general assembly four ui freight train plowing into a standing ex- - was as given by tho Louisville Commerat Make close imiluUi t press, fire addiug its terrors to the tcene, tlie house and three in the senate cial, tho opponents of tho instrument when the news came from Charleston, LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI' All this mass of matter is purely legis- W. Va., that an excursion train on the have nothing to fear from that source. When Baby was sick, wo garo her Costoria. for ll point. rHiiirN.HAI.r.Ni7C'lu'i.tlcIlLnnstotiia lative and statutory. Some of it is good Kauawha & Michigan jumped a trts-ti- It was a very lame argument, if such it When she was a Child, she cried for Costoria. boltlO). Altl. HIM i'OnT CONVENIENT. THROUGH T1CKKTS SOLD. tOM.' tlt Akom, as legislation, we admit, and some of it I IROIGH be called, tame in expression and When she became Miss, sho clung to Castorl. IIAGGAGB CHEGKKD burying its freight of human beings could Irlrt sir cltlUT nicr, 'J!r. per ISotllp. as bad as cau be, hut the point we in the debris. Fifteen we're killed out- lacking the force that the senator usual- When sho had ChlHren, she gave them Castor!. For any information ciuiulre of mako is, that, whether good or had, it right and 5S more or less seriously man-le- ly injects into his speeches, indicating J. A. CAKPKNTKH, Agent, aTmlWWilIWlie.Warclt. 'S)ftr,lntr7y. d. btanford, Ky. Or belongs all of it peculiarly and excluJ.f.lallTHACO.lIskericfPILtJiKa.vs.ST.lOUU Ml. very plainly that his heart is not in the W. W. PENN, Trav. Pas. Agent, Verily in tho midst of life we are Junction City, Ky work. sively to tbe control of the people in in death. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal EYE P. WALTON. EAR k4 prau-ticall- stoi'c for you. Neither has it entered in the hearts (or women either) what have in Our Elegant Assortment HAVE YOU SEEN mis-shape- Shoes .Clothing, Carpets. of Straw Od Cloth, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods.' Nothing lihe it has ever shown here Dry HAVE YOU HEARD malic iou think that mistake. have got the That are offering this stock at prices way down the mention of which will hare made a IT'S A FACT d You've the nge want onei. you. and i ioa will call at oar store will oner such inducements ioa will acccepl our terms. v ieaiid inspect our stock and buy what you are in need of and both happy. worth of aoods from in and get your y'--- r0 GIVEN It is not necessam THE LOUISVILLE 1 ' m-c' h'ocking Chair each customer baits $20 .,; nil n,n rfn7, bought at highest market price at STORE tKKANSKY, Proprietor. AM) leg-islati- ijjcrs. t Vfcitf fC tottH3Iiltt TAYLORS h-- 1 Springs Summer Coods DOCTOR r URE CHtltS URE MALARIAL Courier-Joumal- Kiy , 1 ' - ''P' '"" - ..... 1 long-continue- d JJ, r-- C. 1 book-keepin- g . -- S" 'rvrc iW I l.ItfUtflV, 111 ' " Swash-buckle- Lo-na- n a vice-preside- nt p6YnVWJIi,3T . imiOTM WEST., 1 vice-preside- nt. i:. II. FARMER, . iron-boun- d -' i ktohth: west, dis-pal- ol 1 a - 2h e j . - 11 1 J- . Double Trniiss .1 ! j e, itttrIo 1 111 V 1 I'M. V ""- "- h Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal - Your nccoiint i8 duo. settle; "3. I). Foflter. Nu K Pleaso call and Apply VSTANroiti), Ky., .Jci.Y 7, 1SH1 cottage for sale or rent. lo T. M. (ioo.lknight. B.O.WALTON, BUS, ManuROf MEANS Foit fresh fruits, breads, cakes, con fectioneries, and tho like call on K. Zim-mo- r. BUSINESS. Please and sottlo. W. 15. iloiit'nt A. H. l'enny'H. Voi it account is now ready. Please call and nettle. A. it. Penny. Soli: agents for lextngton Holler Mill IlAvi;yotir watch, clock and jowelrv (lour. livery sack iituranteod. B. K. it repaired at A. II. I'uiiiij'h. All work W. II. Wearen. warranted. IiKMKMHKit tliatall nil vcrwnro. wntchue, Foil S41.K. Cottugu on upper jfnin riiiKH, Ac, iMumlitHl A. K. Poiiuy'n will strvat, eontaiuitiK rooms. Ictttion lio engraved free tif rliarti'. good. Mis Liccie Bwizley. 1 Km.iiuim, iK'autifully ami artistically Yon: account is due and ready for you. r Hon. H. P. Jaiohs is aunoiuiretl to is visiting Mrs. Snu speak for the new constitution at HusMim Siik llolmen. ton villo next Saturday, -11th, at '2 v. i. Mil. ami Miw. .1. It. Ai.kori) wont to Tiiobb owlii: me accounte are earnestScience 1111 Friday. ly requostwl to ioino forward ami sottlo. Mihh liin.KN TiiriiMONi) is visitlnu I need money and must have it. II. G. at Hornu Cuvv. Ilupluy. Mns. Mai.imia Hatdikc, of Parkland, '' 1 s Is wltli MrH. V. II. Miller. mvEn niiv nUtck of busies, tlio and plm tons, nnd will soil tliem at .Mikh Ioiihi: Hmi.ky is iittondin prices which defy coiupstitiou. Joe CliiiiUntHiiii at Lexington. Ji. Mihh Ki.lu.n- Halixii' wont to Louisville yesterday to visit friends. Pluasu announco iiKidn that I will Mi:. IIaiikv Piiimcs, of Ourrnrd, was speak airainst tiio now constitution at tile Kcst of Miss Nora Philips. M11. T. IIiuuins, of Louisvillo, Stanford, July County Court day. Font. F. BobbitL xtu'iit (he Itli with frluuds here. Mit-.Wish Nkttik Wiiav Ib visitiuK U. A. PnnwiiT, county clerk of Casey, llttfslu Jtichurds nt Junction City. writes to the Covington Post that his Mil, A.T. Maiitin has returned from county will p von majority against the l.exlnnton apparently a cured innu, now constitution. Mim Lii.A lioiIlK' Is visiting the famTick Somersut bar at a meeting prosid-o- d ily of Capt. Fitxhuh, in Lexington. over by Judge Morrow, piissed highly .. Jfix.K M. O. Saitliiy, of Knoxvillc, etilogittiu resolutions of respect to the a lew days with his family. isKpcndini; Mit. W. I). IIockkii, of llustonvillo, is memory of Judge Mike Owsley. iwiMnnt clerk at Crnb Orrhnni Springs. Singleton, n young Midxra Mauik ami Akmahu.lv darkey from tho Bast Fnd, was adjudged have heeti visiting Miw Lillian a lunatic liy a jury here Friday, and was Philips. taken to the asylum at Lexington SaturMil. AMI MllS. HOKAI.K HtfciWN, Ol NW day morning. Albany, smnt several days at Mrs. M. Mr. John lUron, of Boyle, while on It Helm's. Mils. C. C. Paiikkii, who has been Ciupenter's creek in this county, last In U'Imhoii mid Parksville, retmn-week, killed snake with Id rattles ID Sntunlny. years old, as it is said that they are 3 Mis?ib M nr a.vb Ri until Cwickn'tkii, years old before the iirst rattle shows up. of the Wont Km), are vfslthiK Mrs. Iten-be- n Janus (iiikinky, of Liberty, has rented WMIHmiiw. the lioode Hotel at McKinnoy and will returned yester-l- y Mns. Pokik T.Coi-irrMonday to run from a two days visit to her parents make application next it with the privilege of retailing liquor. at Oreontdiurj:. is said that there is a special act proMiss Sue UontiKY nttended the cxer-che- s It hibiting the sale of whisky at that placet of tho Metholist church corner PERSONAL "POINTS. Llky rol-hU- -- sur-ray- Sov-eninc- e, - s Li'NATU-.lieorg- I.iy-i.vro- s- vis-IdH- K o 11 1 s 0 lor some time, returned homo Sunday. Miw. .1. M. Ki.mott, "f Ixington, who hns been visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. P. Jones, returned home Saturday. Mit. I.ttv J. Williams, of London, accompanied by her daughter, Miss Lille, sjieut several lay8 with Mrs. M. I). Klinnru last weok. T. A. Kick, of Montgomery, Ala., is few days with ids friends Bpendlin: here. 1IU appearance indicates that the South aerees with him. Mns. 15. W. Smith writes us to change hor jmper from Toinatoln, N. C, to Alleghany Spring, Vn., wlierohhe is spending the summer. Mishh. .1. M. Sali.kk, of Wayne, and of Danville, wore here 'I. T. figuring on M purchase of the Stanford Roller Mills. Mi:. Will J. Y.u.kiv of Iuisvillc, is visiting the pretty girls of tliis section. He is a brother of Miss Lula Yngor, who is the gnobt of Miss Mary McKinney. Miss .Ikn'.n-iWalios, of Danville, came up Saturday with her uncle, Prof. J. F. Walton, whoso reirular visits to stanfoid seem to he culminating in something serious. Mil S. F. Loxa.n, of AHhmore, HI who moved from this county in l.stU, and who is hack on his iirst visit since, was in town yesterday, greeting the friends who are left to remember him. He is a brother of Dr. P. W. and Hugh Logan. Tiii:uk is a nice crowd at Dripping Springs, including Misses Dora Hacker, an- Hiohmond ; Bessie Cheatham nnd lA)uisville; Mamie llaint 8 nie Mourning, and l.illie Hodman, Frankfort; AIlio Dunn, Danville. The Midway Clipper says that ltov A. S. Mollcttand wife celebrated their chrystal wedding Tuesday evening last by tendering n reception to tho congregation of tho Presbyterian church. music and other enjoyable features made up a most pleasant occasion. The couple were the iccipients of numorous'chrystal presents. 11 yes-trslu- Mono laying at Danville. Tn it L. v N. will sell tickets to the MiLs.T. K. Kikti.ey and daughter, Mins National Kdueational Association at ToHnllie, of fi reenville, Texas, uro visiting ronto, Canada, July vS to lfi, at one faro her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kvnn Waters. for the round-trip- , plus W membership Mtw. J. H.TiiKKK and little llirtl, who fee. Tickets are good till Sept. :0, and have been visitiuu in St. Joseph, Mo., fot stop over at Lake Chautauqua and Niagara Falls. OliiPi-oo.n-'. r Mrs. Hollis Currier show cd us some silver table spoons which her ly done. of its cupital debtedness in excess of Joseph Perkins, stock NEWSY NOTES. 1'itvate property of nil slockholders u extmpt brought over from Kngland in the same from the corporate debts Four murderers are billed to bo elecship which brought Bishop Asbury in I'.UWAKDS KITCHIE.Att'y I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) Vosemite, Ky , June S, 1S.1i. 1771. They have been in constant use trocuted in Sine Sing, New York, this week. and are still in good condition. NATIONAL BANK By the explosion ol coal oil tank on Mr. P. W. Nkw Livkiiy Staiili; the steamship Standard, six men were OF STANFORD, KY. (Jreen, proprietor of the Myers House, fatally injured. is nicking preparations to open n Thomas, son of James T. Shelton, livery stable, to be run in connec- was run over by a wagon and seriously Capital Stock S20O,OOO tion with his hotel, in a few weeks. By hurt in Boyle county. Surplus 16,500 the wav. tho trade Mr. (ireen was on re The president lias removed Justin Attention of the public is invited to the fact garding the renting of his hotel is oil'. Stanfoid. Webb from the (leorgetown postotlice thjt ihis is tho only National Hank in Hank Act, Under ihe provisions of the National and appointed K. 0. Barlow. ileiioMtors are secured nut only bv the capital Wi: will have speaking galore next stncklioldurs li.ibilitv lor i... ti: ,.t:..a . .us....,, ...tin .in, It lint bv lolii--the MOck so ,nat lU.p5,ltors mi v.., .. aiiu-i,f ..." Monday. As we go to press a message t bUHlIieSS Oil LlirriOi this institution are secured by il fund of $400,000. from (lie eloquent Judge It. J. Breckin- did tllO Jack Kipper ( Five aw orn .un'mi'iits of the condition of the bank Color ridge is received asking us to say tlmt he Iirown, was hei.tenced to death at New are made eich year to the United States government and its assets arc examined at stated times York. will address the voteisof Lincoln county by government agcnti., thus stturiucnddititonal The i'ost says Mr. Oliver Cromwell, and perfect safely to dcno.itort. court day, and give them some reasons originally established This lias for two years been managing Deposit institution, Stanford in 1858, then us the Hunk of why they should not vote for the new who .is the National Hank ol Stanford in 165 and editor of the Commercial, takes an edi constitution. L? ,,,,,," inBlSI, hll, had ..radically an umutcr- torial position on tho Courier-JonrnIt is better suppl.ed rupied existencoof 31 years Thk Standford Male and Female Sem- Monday. now with tacilities for transacting business prompt inary will be under the charge of Prof. in tho Colorado desert, ly and liberally than ever before in its long and Death Valley, corporations, fiduhonorable career Account B. F. Blakemau, A. next session. is illling up with water and fast becom- ciaries, firms aud individualsof respectfully soliciTiie professor is highly spoken of os an ing a lake, but from what source itcomes ted Directory of this Hank is compoicd ol The educator, having acceptably tilled posi- no man cnu tell. T J Foster, of Stun ford; tions in the faculties of both the lluston1'op'stus Kind, Lincoln county ; Vesuvius is belching fortli torrents to do all kinds And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r J W. llaydrn, Stanford; villo Christian College and Daughters of lava again. A tourist ventured too S II llatighman, Lincoln; of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. We are glad the near its mouth and being overcome by College, Harrodsbiirg. M. J. Mill.-r- , Mt Veriwn: school will be in snch good hands. S T. Harris Lincoln; the sulphurous fumes fell iuto its burnPrescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, J. S. Mocker Stanford; da)' and night. Sol. Ctt.wu, who is fortunate enough ing cavity. (, A. Lackey, Lincoln; George Mann, who was sent up for to have as many sweethearts as Brigham T. I'. Hill, Stanford; of a woman in LouisW. tt. Welch, Stanford. Voting had wives, made Ills " high par- - life for the murder lock-jaof caused by W. I Tate, Stanford. ville in 1SS7, died ticular," Viny Harlan, mad Satulday a fall. He was pardoned a few minutes OKKIt'LRS: night, and that damsel of a dusky hue and died a free man. J.S. Mocker, President; let in to cursing him. Patience- censed before his death California is known for its glorious John J. MeKoberU, Cashier; to bo A virtue with the uugallunt Sol. Having Removed My Stock A. A. McKinncy, Assistant Cashier climate, and with the thermometer rang and he let his sweetheart have it in the 1 r 110' and 130 m tho shade eye, for which he will spend tlve days ing between out there this week it is just a little too on the rock pile. 'Z? glorious for anybody but a salamander. l'liEsuiKNT Ci.ay, of the Constitutional Post. Convention, will not liavo tilings all liis Tlieuouiciis aiiciiiii-i- i iu kiii hick-maWhite, the negro who assaulted own way hero next Monday, County Back to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can Judge (solden's child at B.irbourville, Court day. Col. J. Stoddard Johnston sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken telegraphed us yesterday, " Hon. John after his release on bail, but ho escaped tn exchange. will meet Mr. Clay at Stanford Biifely to the mountains. .S. Rlu-IB Hanking Co. makes a The Tho Pinoville on Kith." Col. Johnston uddud in Ins F LOU R is the showing in its statement. With a tlispateh the gratifying intelligence that big CITY AND ViCINITY. 5,1120 it lias individual Senator Ourhle hud written him that capital fatock of Ik you iu'im! brick, wpply to .1. H. deposits of $1:50, 120.70, nnd a surplus of lie is against Ihe new constitution. over $000. It declared I per cent, for MY Jollll the last six months. KlI.I.UD TUB M.WlSll.U.. 11. K. & W. H.l It nt Fkkhh Tltarp, ii Junction City butcher, celebraDuring the OU years from 1S21 to W.'iiri,n,H. ted tho Uh by gutting drunk and ter- 1S1I0 there arrived iu this country lo.'.Ml, ri.uvsr. call and pay your account rorizing tho puople uf lis town. Ho OSS foieign immigrants, and from the A. A. Warren. sliot recklessly into crowds, slightly dose of the Hevolutionary war to the 15. K. i: wounding a Mr. I'rcwitt, and going iuto former date the arrivals are estimated at 0() brifk. by the Lexington .S. Heruard, broko up tho store of Mason's Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, 11. Weari'ii. 225,000. The greatest nunibercame from vVcc. Marshal Germany, and the next greatest from considerable tiueensware, Mills Co., LexingRefpd$-erator- Sj I'kiisonb intlebtfil to mo will pleaao A. F. Kvans attempted to arrest him, Ireland. sale by all ton, Ky. Bottle. .My ULVoimtH bvu to do pant ami but lie drov a knife and while ho was After a trial of more tuau a mouth, misb Annie attempting to kill tho olllcer, tho latter II. Clay King, who murdered the lawyer first-cla- ss must bavo tho inonovGrocers. Wray. drew his pistol and tired it into Tharp's who drew up the petition for divorce for fail to use Cream seAl.i. of tlioao indebted touio will great- breast, producing death in an hour. liis wife, in which there were some good if you ly obligo mo by calliuK and BettlinR up Tharp waa ordinarily a peaceable man, vere charges against King, was found disagreeable when drink- guilty at Memphis and sentenced to die. Cook. and their Accounts, which are duo and ready but was very ing. The verdict givo much satisfaction. for them. Mra. Kato Elkiu. two-third- Si ott Kaiimh writes us thnt tho races Three aronnuts were killed while II J. McRODEIITS W. II IIIGGINS. at Spring Hill Park will not commenco making balloon ascensions in Ohio Sattill tho 18th. urday. One of them, woman, was mashco into a jelly. The board of examiners for Lincoln Senator John W. Daniel's address at priimtv snvn tlw nvnriiiiiutinn fnr while .,ni,..,, ., i.v..u J in.t. wa i.. i.nr.lest tM" Clmutaumm Saturday is highly coin sent out bv tho State board, ami teach- - Hinted. He is a very polished orator ers are to bo congratulated for passing and had an inspiring subject. Two Tennessee fishermen drank nt all. The board consists of Supt. Mc- , M. horse medicine for whisky at Murfros-boroClary, and Profs. J. W. Smith and T. Tenn. One is dead and the other (ioodkniglit. is thought to he fatally ill. Ah ANNou.vi'iti), tiie lxTKitioit Journals The Madison Fair Association prom& played the Albert Day bae ball club a ises to outdo its former successes this couple of games Saturday, but broke year. The exhibition will be held July their record of tho season by losing one 21 to 2'), and races, with large purses, grtine. Of course it went hard with our will be run each day. Mr. M. IJ. boye, who were unacquainted with dethe stirring secretary, has our feat, to lose, but they were consoled to thanks for invitation and tickets. GENTS'some extent by the fact that tho victors While the fast express on the Krie wero decidedly the most gentlemanly was standing nt the depot at Iinveun, (., lot of ployers that the I. I'h have had1 awaiting orders, it was run into from the pleasure to crow batR with. I he the rear by a freigiit train. The huge morning gnmo was replete with line Mogul engine plowed through a crowded plays on both sides. Stockdaie, the day coach and two sleepers, crushing pitcher for the Loufaville club further and scalding many passengers. The abilit by wreck immediately took (Ire and a numdistinguished his base-bahtriking out 17 men; while. Severance ber of dead and wounded wero burned and lhunsey, of the home team (the up. The number of dead is 21 and badformer pitching live innings and the lat- ly injured 2.'5. ter four), had 11 to their credit. All HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, of our boys did splendidly, but were NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. compelled to come in second best; the hcore standing 7 to r, in favor of tho vis: itors. A lorgo crowd attended the aftergame and showed their apprecianoon tion of the good playing our boys did by Garrard Circuit Court continued and vociferous applause. Natic ' lU'irn, plfl against Jean- NanreV Ihunsey pitched a beautiful game, and Ity MrlueoCi judgment of the (iarraril Circuit left the diamond with 1U "strike-outsCourt .it the I ebruary term, i8yi, of said court in the aUn-- itylt-- iate I will on Wilson, had not a single His catcher, anil the support in the Held .Holiday, passed ball, 13th, 1891, - AT It was a close game ui was p in. At being standing 2 ot the 'clock term or thereabout Lincoln theist day to theoth inning, tho co. court ISyi, ol the lull to ,he h'Kh"t bidder at public auction Lefure alKI -- , mil HUH Hie Mir lieeail 10 nj, juiu st" louM.houM. door in Stanford, Ky.,the follow- lllr tllO I. J'H had the pleasure Of causing It. ii.k lev nbcil property or LANDS: . . 9 i.ni- ouuoicu iMi lit- - wait',, ui uaji ili); ruiK, i i -- " lni ouiity, anil thus' i) ininuii, lu'ii "-- H colli ill the centrelounJel Stanford llegiiinltiL' n vat a ,V i n t FRIDAY AND SATURDAY- take safe hita by Penny, turnpike and cornerof the portion allottedo loC.c ger by Ktnbry, and to the S 77 a Ferrill, Severance, ami McKoberts, ran V Nance, thence (Uvenn; 1'. nil poles t T.hicorner pole thence stone to same and score up to S, ami to say tho scene 'Blinks to a stone in oung't.lme S3S corner to ana the Cut-fi- ; thunce X 74 K 17 poles to a stone eorner at that point was an exciting one, would lu tatue ami Hiram Craii;; thence N uVi V sj tlombe but n feeble expression of the true pel K is link tonlinks -t orner to CrBlg: thence S the enter of the pike. '. .i noles t OFFERS status of things. The Days came to bat thence with same N 4 W (Mles; thence N (i W 4 poles; thence k wore up to 0; but then V m iole; tnen.e s ;o V 4 poles: therue S 5FJ4 nnd ran their W oles: thence h : : finks ;S : : the story ended as far ns the visiting (n v a poles, them e - ' r Vand poles to the rontam n '$ a eluli was concerned. Our boyB got in 'I erms. Said kale wil' In .id" a r. .lit of iw.n'l For road, saddle and harness Horses, Mules, &c. hairr two more runs, and "won in n walk" ami u month, se. nitty,it'imreil ol tii pui ird efwith approcd ia ing the Pine received fect ul a judgment with ' per inter st there by 10 to (i. Tho homo club C&No fee for exhibition. Competition open to the world. Send mi from date until paid .ind a lieu reserved upon hearty congratulations for their good the luii'l until alt hr p.irdi.-s- inut er .s punt E. W. LILLARD, Sec'y, I (J M UAVISON. M C L.C. C, for catalogue to 46 nlaying; while the Louisyillcs wero Lancaster, Ky. W. E. WALKER, President. highly complimented for their gentle- Ot TwrnHPOB. tIeortment in every particuiar. Dr. W. B. Penny very satisiactoruy inn- This i to Cie nonce that ... Kmerson, 11. I II Kmerson and Ed,i , l, ,.r.ilit. nf ' Malone. n J rerktn, feS 'sTT jlT u vir " Hv r unts Ritchie hae be. .mte liuurporateil as Ihe pireil iioiii :ni.n-- ...... . ... miV . TT wos nine Citu innalt and Kentucky 8 luthern Railroad both teams, be it saul, there with the principal place of business at or no kicking. It would be an expen- Vosemite, Kentui kv, tor the operation of a rai' way between King'- .Mountain and Vosemite, ai il .Ucalerln., diture of space to tell tho many good o extend said railway eastward and westward it stock of lines, with a plays made by our boys in the afternoon r unk for in full and capital he issued $100,000solo be until paid not to paid Z game, for " they were too numerous to for. CLOCKS AH1JEWE1E7, commences business on the The mention," but sullice it to say the all did day of Company and continues for tvcnry-li- ifirst July, ilkil. if Stanford was ever years, and is to be managed by a Hoard of Direct splendidly, and ors to lie elected annually on the first Monday of proud of her club, she surely should July of each year, but the Incorporators herein l!SyRepairing neatly and prompt may constitute the Hoard until the next annual have been on the glorious 4th. election The Company shall not incur any in11 ! NEW FIRM. & Successors to Slajjtf i MeRoberts -- Hiffins, e, CLO T H ING, FUliPsISS muc GOODS MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES SIcKobcrls, dealers in ll xt E O KWEAH Garrard Co. s'll Commissioner's:-, Sale. - Ji" " r lirst-clas- July 1 n-or- ' llireu-iij;K--- ID' ' 111 . 1 1 Stoek Fair KYri, LANCASTER July 17th and 18th, '91, An Attractive List of ' '1 ".j . .1 Premiums 11 ii-n- t ,,.,. ',,. 11 - I n IcstT sssssi Com-pany- ." EOET. FEHZEL, - flU, s All Work Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. ot FIRST W. B. JtlcRGBERTS, first-clas- y iH-i- i I DRUGGIST JSJSm tTJGXiTEJCER, Has the Nevrest and Latest Styles of Wall Paper, Every Shade and of Alabastine; The Best and Purest WliilelLead and Oils; Sil- n Ready Mixed Paints and Neat's Carriage Paints; B-- , Largest and Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks few-ol- d ' removed! tions, Etc., IB. 05-- I Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, no- n a BEST 1 IROTTT. Fo.s-tt-- r. cur-loa- tl CREAM F OII R For want a happy SEASONABLE GOODS.; f Grass Hooks, Machine Oil, Farm Bells Grain Cradles, Mowing Blades, Leonnard Water Coolers, White Mountain Sai.u.-:0.0- made Roller 1 - -- Don't Flour Bread Freezers, UmeSalt, Cement, Plaster Paris, Plasterer's Hair. B. 2. W. H. WXARXIT. V. fFrgtS "VttWJ''B1gi? PT1 W, ftf. , I DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Pais Thut Hits Dune Service. x years ago, when connected Lot on Main Street in Stanford many women suffer from Excessive or ' Publlahod Every Tuoada$ and Fr day with tho Clarendon hotel, at Saratoga Governor John Young Brown Menstruation; they don't know Scant Containing Of llcnd.rtott. Springs, N. Y J. C. Chamberlain, tho who to contide In to get proper advice. Mitchell C. Alton! present cashier of tho L'eland hotel, was Lieut.. Goserner erms easy. Don t confrdc In anybody but try T R. WALTON, Staslard Of Hell. given a piiM on tho National Express W, J. Heiultick aWTWlien not o paid S2.SO w'll .e charged.-W- t compan by its general superintendent, Attorney Ocitcral. ...... Of HeMiMff. 13. DR. E. II. Virgil. .Mr. Chamberlain was then Auditor., .Luke C Norman a bright yomig man and had dono many (If Boone K. I. LOCAL TIME CARD. acts of kindness for tho superintendent. TrenmriT., 0 Specific (or PAI.NFUL, PROFUSE, ....II. S Hale SCANTY, SUPPnESSED and IRREGULAR" Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. ra., returning In gratitude to tho young hotel clerk te Mo. Office S h ltf, t,in oth e recently Of Grates r II Titian M.nford, Ky vacated tfr MENSTRUATION. Virgil presented him with the pass, Register ....0. II. SHIIIgU LJ&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Dook to "WOMAN' mailed Iree. (If Wolfe which gavo him tho right to bend any BRAOFIEID REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ca. ............ K. I. Thompson packago freo of chargo through tho com Supt Iwttructseii., 13 20 pm Mail train going North Hold bj nil llrucalttn. OfOou. " South ' 134pm pany. a ra Clerk Court Appeal Express train " South A. Adams 13 A few weeks ago tho National Express u ii North 247 am Of Harrison. Local Freight North .Sjiio company wns amalgamated with tho JSS&Sk Dr. A. 5. 311pm Northern Pacific Express company, nnd bouth.. The latter trains also carry passenger. County. SX 2UHfl Sl Ri.h"v ...AY. K. Yainon The above is calculated on standard time. Solar the new arrangement camo into effect Judge V Me Ko! cits' te- CONSUMPTION a few days ago. .Mr. Chamberlain had time is about ao minutes faster .11 It. Kdmitton Office on Main strrt, IJri s tr re, ,1 .nftru. used his pass whenever ho had occasion, SCROFULA but ho was a littlo in doubt as to whether BRONCHITIS In Hard I.uck. it would bo of any good under tho new LIME AND BRICK. COUGHS In a Texas Town. management. Stranger Msj friend, you seem to bo CCLDS However, aa soon as tho offico in the In trouble. I will dells er Lime it 15 Cants Uttthel In CUKES Wasting Licoaces may Rookery building was open Mr. ChamStanford and the neigbb.rhMd. Man Yes, I am, mister; butyou can't I will also load on cars at Crab ."Orchard, Brick berlain walked in with a packago direct- do anything for mo. its youthful color, Wontlorful Flosh P'nducor. at 75 cents a hundred Oiv me a chaaee. ed to C. It. Durkee, of Saratoga Springs. Stranger What's tho matter? and beauty, Many liavo gained ono puuml KIIUKGKR, Cmfc Orchard Ji6ns The clerk weighed tho packago with parMan Well, you see, tho sheriff arpor day by Hh uko. daily ticular caro, as this was the first ono rested mo last wcclc for theft, but there it Scott's Emulsion is not n, nocret handled by the new company. Then is only one bed in tho jail and ho wants I with ho asked for pay thu pass was pro- that himself. Tho truth of it is, strangremedy. It contains tho stimulatwhen duced. General Superintendent Hutt er, I've no plnco to stay nights. Judge. ing proportion of tho Ilypophos-Elnto- s KuilcliiiK was called 111 on the question of the ami puro Norwegian" Cod A Good Reason. validity of tho nntiquated pass, but ho U the corporate limits o Rowland Oil, Iho potonoy of both It Little Johnny Flzzlctop had tho habit knew that tho document had never been being Inrgoly ineremoil. It is uboiI U J. DARSr, Rutland. scalp, rescinded nnd tho packago was sent of waking up every night and demandby rhybicmus nil over tho world. nlong. Tho pass was on flimsy paper, ing something to eat. At last his mother a and PALATABLE AS MILK. but tho cashier mounted it on a pieco of said to him: "Look here, Johnny, I never want new growth stiff pasteboard and preserved it careSold hi all Drmiijtsf.i. fully. Now he is wondering whether ho to eat anything In tho night." COTT A. DOWNE, Chomlsta, H.Y. of hair "Well, I don't think I'd caro much to SMAI FARM, situates! near Hawkins Bran hi can will away tho puss when ho requires eat anything either in tho night if I abo.il i mil from Stafford, containing aM...i i! it no longer. Chicago Herald. THE ST.'CKIIol I'Hts A' IHK Acre, 10 acres in cultivation and all weilwatei kept my teeth In a mug of water." ed Ilwue free rnnmt IVstettun guen Semi-Weekly Interior Jourm: A Twenty-si- Stato. Every Month I FOB, SAILS 1 Bracif eld's Female Regulator PENNY, IJenlisl. . I 'lofty Making dirttt St I 1 im.it c 'linr rt C"t t 1 11 PRICE, Mine. '1 Hi'pre-ontiit- , 1 le SCOTT'S livtioit, mm, That Your Hair retain fullness, dress 1 lMi.it, lMK(at cart, m.kliiK-- cars and cost he. I'ullman liuilir Mret throURh wh outthanif tiaChaltan osa, liirmliiKham, MtlU l.n making il.rcrt cnnuertlunarn tome fjf Kit., oliO otw A New York, ZSoston, Wa.Muctnn, llaltmore, I'liiladrlnhla, gt kett tine to Hrrod.h.ic, I'rrkfiiil, Klihmond, MRI.IMA Qnukt'st line to ti I, lliiffalc, ludiaunitulit and Ilia Wett, New England, t.ana'a. joi for Miln jan IN tv, limral I'moii C'liuj... de Clfl 11 Miorl.t K and a:iM.ii:A."Ks, h1 points ill ilia Ayer's Hasr Vigor cleanses the cures humors, stimulates For Salo ville, At she v ill,., I.Tm ht ut Twenty Lois FOR 1 KyEIsTT. I Dr. Ayer & Co. Lowell, Mass. J. C. ' I BALLOON matter Day burnt minister, formerly of Harvey, Kan., now of Richmond, Mo., A Very Appropriate ami Pretty Oruismeiit 1QTEX.X. DR. I.. B. COOK, Kor thmugh rates corrr, t rauntt maps and tnl is in Indeirendenco selling his real estate for the Chandelier. I eld i.t Are notined th it 1. will be 11 inform..!.. n tall on Anl ai Inn tn.n I uv Kr An Incandescent globe, a small round the I'.r.t National Haul, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, and effects for cash, with which ho puram well prepared to l,rc wells and will dn thi UtANK V WOOllf.V, oraddrr.t 'I lav Oast A k t I poses going to Jerusalem and there wit- basket, one yard of ribbon ono and one- - work in a K""d manner and prouipili tiuitan Kv STANFORD, KY. II t MiWAKDS KENTUCKY STANFORD, : i' 'in Mv ness the second coming of Christ. fourth Inches l.a'ti Mj t. T A A At Ono Dollar a Foot. Residence, Drugstore Office over McRoberts' - ON wide, four silk Ho 6ays that the second coming of in ii Ptti () James U. Owens' property at the junction ot Call on or address me at Stanturd, Kentu. kv. balls and croChrist is not far distant; that the Jews and Dan wile pikes :.. sMi in. j tt 15, 1891, chet silk aro reare fast returning to Jerusalem, aud Inquired to make fo th' t ,im.i takes this as indicative of the great To tvleit nine at and plate the 4d Kv.r,! uf hit, the taste tl MACIC rs tho balloon R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. event He belongs to the Whitmerito Mi .1 will hold their regular annual nweimi; shown by tho branch of tho Mormon church, and has the llaMid are rarnntlv ir. r.rl u ' GHIGKEH be present N'l N I IK IK H Sc I'rrti , DENTIST. been at Richmond studying the original Illustration. P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. J.S MOCKER, Sfftviary, Tho ribbon. manuscript of the Book of .Mormon for C Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, ai.JCo i balLs nnd silk up stairs. Nitrous Oxide lias given for painless the purpose of figuring out tho exact date CHOLERA CURE! extracting, may bo of any t h.ic recentlr taken charceoi this of Christ's return. KENTUCKY, STANFORD, Hotel krrntnir prcteat Inert desired color. aaAA.SAW.4and intrad tllakltAa it at its ska Richard Whitmer is tho present guardt la. Ub, I our pieces of pubnc ian of this manuscript. Ho is tho son of ribbon four! David Whitmer, who sat on ono sido of SALVE, HOMEOPATHIC inches In length, First-Clas- s tho curtain and wrote down whilo We Mill delner ,cc iach morning at follows fringed nt tho Joseph Smith, the prophet, read and In connection. Alts Cure cuts, bruises, old sores, skin diseases, top nnd finished Under 50 Pounds 1J cents, over corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches, halter translated tho Book of Mormon on tho with balls nt tho Pool and Billiard Parlors. . 50 and under 100 1 cent, over m1 burns, dew poison and bruises. Wherever it has other sido by means of tho spectaclps --t been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and bottom nro fast100 fs of a cent. in aue of stones known as tho Lnm and Is remarkaits propensity for removing soreness ened lightly on From this manuscript tho ble. Numerous testimonials will be secured and Thuinmin. the basket. To will appear in this space at a later date. Made Rev. Mr. Brown has figured M. F. ELKLV & out this and sold by mako tho net, B. H1G01NS, Stanford, Ky. great event. J. crochet a chnln Ho will leave his wife and three Ky. long enough to go daughters hero whilo ho goes to Jerusanround tho globo I have finished mj new Sair Mill on the Somerin to SHELTON HOUSE, lemsaysthe early part of this summer. a little below set pike, t mile treat Stanford and air prepared He he does not know just what day tof...niihan kind of l.lilllKX, SMINOl.KS. tho largest part, Ac . at LOWEST l'KICKS. I mil tell the t , J", .wi Christ will come, but thinks it won't bo H GREER. Proprietor. J. and join. Mako the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers (litre very many months, nnd wants to got K MAYWOOD. a chain of seven me a trial rtsttntUce. chestnut thittgies at StanTh' .uniiuIh of ilollnrn worth of chick-en- s will deliver saived thero in time. Cor. St. Louis Republic s 8 1 1 e h e s and ford or Rowland at fi JJ txr.M. T? ar' drMroyiMl by C'liolcra every H. HASTIN A i accommodntio-.- s at reasonable rates. fasten w i th a aia your. It Is limn? fatal to them than Queer Sounds In a Theater. Open day and night. Sample room and good htery ova single crochet in in connection all other dinait-eIn changing scenery in tho second net combined. Hut tho Uie fifth stitch CASH ONLY. of tho melodrama at the Star theater tho dixiiM'ry of n luptul remtsly that of the chnln; conA G. Latiham. John 11. Cattleman Finding that I tan not decent living ' v lights are turned down very low. In ilivtmy tho Micnilnw has Iwon tinue I n 1 i k o doin,; a credit hatinctt, I make adcudoi to al' hae L.i. i fact they are practically put out and tho A ritETTY okxamekt. manner to withHunk'. Half uf Uie younj: cliickons at iny horseshoeing-- bugfy aul wan matin,; nudienco is left for a few seconds in in threo stitches of the end; then chain a ii repair, nj for ca.n, ami lor cash on It II) at killttt by MieroboH liofuro thoy aro tiarutir Litth Egyptian darkness. A subdued feminine hcven nnd fasten in center of chain wril a amd you can jjet workof done cleatMr n.. hating tut, nit the humiliation fryers. A Iwttlo Is enough for titter usually runs through tho auditor- seven of last row; make two moro nrcsenie.1 etrrv fev. weeks UK) ihii'kt'iiK. WAL run rin.iK. i in It is (,'iiunuituctl. If, ium when this occurs. This titter be- rows llko this one; then havo hlx chain i 1 urnerstiile, t'.y uftiT uiiik tw tltirds of a Inittle, you came roar of laughter tho other night for two rows, gradually lessen tho aro n.it satisfied with it as a euro for when distinct sounds of kissing arose in length of chains nnd fit the net to tho 1 1 ! W various parts' of tho house. It was first globe; finish tho top by making two Cholera, return it to thu drujNt from 3Z, " 0 OF n modest oscillatory vibration from loops of forty stitches each. Four chains wlmm you it, and ho will OK LINCOLN COl N remote section of tho orchestra circle. It of eighty stitches each form' tho cords TV I am prepare! tocolle. t ou tates fr iSi refund vour ninni'v. IBCvi-A. I SUJ,t n tl,ri11 UP every Hiuiml column in that attach tho net to tho basket. I hate tchnol Ui to tollcct tor i TVT QiWT l?M T 1313T?!? o all at one time lipe prepared to I'or tle'y W It. McKohertt, druccitt. Star Mill try WVi:.0 urililxLIN tue iinmeuau nudience A second Inter Tho cords aro drawn together and that every one of pi)deputiesto be drat to teti'e $!--- -' o ot.l with me or u Richard 31 my a pronounced smack was heard .In the fastened with a bow in the center. MANAGERS, balcony, which created a great sensation. Halls can bo used instead of a bow, if Ncwland, Samuel . MenefeeMr.NKKKK. Ilitini? remote.! my Harder Shnu tu the Com J. N Microti Hotel I a in iirbihired to a. comni.Mtate laSherirTof Linioln Ce. .Commerce Building", Louisville. Tnen followed a succession of base iini- - desired, In which case, only dies as ivtr. 4 geiitlrnien in in)tl.ir.K tlty may .,... ... ..w f,,....., with iu mj !mc. Children also tiled i,n I all IIIUI of a yard of ribbon is needed. Tinsel Ajjonts througViut the South. "H me JKsSr llloMI'SDN, loud cries or "Uouio olIJ "Now. von can bo used for the cords and mixed SALE. FARM InCommer, tal lttvl. "UJlTl-- ; (iUASH HOUTIC." jes leave mo nlone!" Tnko your arm through tho net und made Into small I with to s II piitat.'ly my larin of (; acre. loops in place of balls. This makes a The Shortorit and Qulokont Re uto from Charley!" etc. When the lights "W. A. TSI3BL3., T.ocal AKat., i ii the Ki.ol, I.ak 1 nropike a', mile, from s Central Kohtuclcy to nil polum North were turned on there wero a rood many very pretty ornament for the chande- Stanford ai,d kii.iH n at the Old henry llriihl I dwelling tutitalnt S comfuruMc East, West and South-WoFa.-S1ANFOHD KV rosy faces in that crowd, but nobody lier. It is a much bettor way to put a pla, e ami all in sr.od repair' Oo.i.l rnomt Llnobotwuon Loslntftoti una Cincinseemed to bo unhappy. It was n great tiny glass tumbler or tin box into tho water and locality healthful. Addrrst, Newport Neat ,v M..,i n Valley Co , "K. T). nati. basket to hold the burnt matches. It J J.SAMULL, DunvilU, Ky hit. New York Herald. buJm 'wIiI.ii1.hJ Trains to THKUl'llll rKAl.N- - CINCINNATI it) MID keeps the basket cleaner, and thero is and JKI I.IC nine Philadelphia AeeliritiKiltirlriiiitlctt.ittifliiin blutl no danger then of fire. Tho materials boil el, nenh Ui.lucjH lilld A Doc'a Stranee ruilllly. Slatsnntl torilU llvor. Baltimore, Now York, for the work can bo obtained at any sciiKuii.K ix arrtCT iav o,itl The whim of Fannie, a put dog which PV. n pi n dry nnd fancy No I. N Rt., V Southeast. H 1 makes its homo in Ir. James 2,1. Glenn's largeAtTrjiilttii:iut goods store. Amer Situated in a beautiful valley on Dix Klicr, about All pulntt Last and one I'.miltat.iitof Sianf .rd. near lie county rtiad Only night out root LcainaTtoa. Nevada building, is attracting consider- ican leading from (li,ii to the Stanford in, i'rc.i'h. I Daily. bun ."tun Corrected 'I ime Card in Lffect Ma isVi. eisttlle pike, will be open for those seeking a ,iu able attentiou fruia tho tenants. A bhort o Kentucky Talrs. et, pleasant and hra.thful Summer HcmiH l.e Cincinnati .. Sa s( am 1 m ii m! j 06 p m li m 3 uo nt jriihi rtiiuji.i. L Covinj 10A am whilo ago a litter of her puppies was accommodation, will be furnithstl to fuels ml 4 j P m Lva hi 4 Tlio (ollowiin: Iikl of .lilies nnd number and, as the Springs ha.e been tery rereiit'j taken from her. She mourned her loss, att Mail leaves I.etliisrton .'a ly at n sua Arr FaltHOUlit... . is tt a a 10 it p in 10 p in . I'ant. Amonjf tho mais the ttnn will he reasonable ij p Mt sterflnn S.w.Oltve Hill to 40 p m 00 p ta 7 Arr Lexin(ir,H .. is to p m ny amuaemeiits will be dancing, Iwalli.n, hshlnt:, Winchesters sj. Callrttoburg u iiaro (tnpceirio affurt on thoiuor(;aiia, and after a few days disappeared, re- of days bus been m far received : Athlan.l 11 tj p.n, arriving at l Intrust atlmtilutln ilto IxiucIk, btrutiiltij; ur-a- l maining missing until Friday, when sho Lancaster, July IS a tlayp. etc Carriage will meet ciimii ut Rowlaml uhen llunilncleii u.50 pin 6 .3 m 'it as T Lva Paris ur tllwctitircrfs uitliuut with a notified The inuon ot ifcji will Arr Wistchaster.. IIS IU P as Liasilsxl Kxpiett i4e ...' o 10 , ,n was found in tho basement with a fin erlplii);, utnl l,e pmWiiichetlcr ym, Mt Itiu(t,n daily at 4 it Arr KieUtBOBd. July 'Jl b dnys. Itiehinoiid, (iraad i'icutt June i ,. leruit for hoard can 7 53 p Olive terlm;,, amvia( Hill Arr Lancaitir... l'.ti P n had by aildretsiiig ...a ... 4 IJ collection of kittens, which sho had Caitettsbur 003, Ashland 10 at Kniinencf, July 21 fiduys. 1.41, J F. COOK. I'ror., Staalord, Ity 5 . .. t so P nt Arr Staalord picked up bomowhero and had adopted iiuiii.siim si ii ,7 n IlarrodsbuiK, July L'S dys. AccuirttodatMin, dailv, avcept Snndar, ta to tho kliltioyti, blndtlcr ami Lvc Riehmoad .., 35 P sn in thu stead of the puppies so ruthlessly Tliey arc niJiijited to olil or 3 oiiii. Lexington at t m Win. hv.ler 7 10, lit. otar- Arr l.ivmetoa.... l l in I d.tvs. .i Columbia, August! 10 pas Mill torn from her protecting caro. CincinCo. imk 7 1.1. arming at iillve etcemat Kustda. taatea Lve Middletlniro 35 p m SOLD EVJSl&YWliEltlS. Aciommodatioa. dallr 4 days. Danville, August . . . ,i.. . nati Commercial Gazette. naa. All. .union ai u toaia, ivini ne.trr is to " No. a. N.. 4. No. Campbell shun?, Auynst 11 Idnyn. Daily leave Olive I fill 64. am Sterling pm OF STANFORD, KV.. aw, Catlettsbuig y ot, arrltm Hunt Asnutatt I is Nirholtisville, Auciifit 11 I tlnyfl. ItaU.'d Appl.is from AiiHtrnllii. ington 913 am. Lvc Middletboro $ On the manifest of tho steamer Mono-waIs noiv fully organiied and ready for business with Lve Litingston.. HI Sharpsbur, August 115 days. AVitat Hound. Arr Kichinaad... 13 4S in from Australia, wero about 1,700 Fast Mail lent et Huntington dally at rioo am, duys. Lebanon, August IS m Catlelttburg Hill I at, Athland 6 boxes of apples, shipped from Tasmania. Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Sterling 10 7,6 Winchester 11 17, Olive artlvcs 30. Mt Lie Stanford ...... 77 00 aa m Lve Lancaster Maysvtlle, August IS o days. 50 05 and An examination of them was made, and Arr Richmond. .. 10 ij a m at is Surplus, 15,000. Limited ot pm leases Hunilagt.m daily at : ao Tlin G1JILVT HOUbEnOLD ItEMEDV FOK Lawrencoburg, August 184 days. Ktpiuis Lie Richmorul. . 11 46 p in 6 cj a m it was found that the annlea were in pm, Catlettsburg jo, Olhe Hill Arr Winchester. jv, Athlaiwl UnlontotMi, August IS o days. 40 p in 5S a in every condition of baking, roasting nnd 3 01, Mt. Meilng 4 js, Winchester 4 jS and strhes Arr Paris a m JJ P m SUCCESSOH toTHK LINCOLN' NATIONAL at Lexington at 5 jo pm Shelby ville, August 'lb 4 days. Btewiiifj, and wero entirely unfit for use. Lve Lexlugton a 00 p m 7 00 HANK OF STANFORD, "i 1 45 P m Accommndation, .lally ex.ept Sunday, leases Lve Paris Springfield, August L'o I days. Whether it was tho heat of tho hold or 45 P mi 7 SJ a in 4 3. p m SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, Olive Hill am, 6 Winchester Lve Falmouth... (Now closing up) with the same assets and under 7 is and arrives atMt. Merlin? 8 a$.am 4 10 P ni 9 J3 ." day. Lexington at $ mi S 30 P ni Lexington, August 2b tropics tUat de- , v" "'"urai ,,w" 0I SORES. CROUP. HRnwrHiTic . the same management. 5 4" p in 10 49 a m 6 ,17 p m Accor.rt odatlon dally leaves Huntington nt 6 35 Arr Covington. ' stroyeu tnem docs not appear. San Ily provisions of its chatter, depositors are as pm, Catlelttburg 657, Ashland Arr Cincinnati ' 5 SO 1' 'to 5? a m 0 43 i in London, August 20 II days. 7 in and arrives at fully protected as aie depositors in National Olne Hill b 55 pm. hxcept Sunday leaves Mt PRICE 0O CENTS. Francisco Chronicle. On the.Maytville Branch, No 10. leaves Paris days. Hardstown, September Hanks, its sliareholdeis being held individually alcrling at pm, inchctter sj und .urn es a 7 55, a maud No. u. at 615, p ,n, arriving at 8tami'3 for frea BtmPl0 liable to the extent of the amount of their stock Lexington nt20 Howling Green, September box nnd bok.tW:cat days. therein nt the pir value thereof, in addition to the s4S pm Masvilleatloio,am, and jo, p m. No. at o Koine runny Now- York Sign. Limited Vettibultd l'.xpres runs dally and tat leases .Maytv,c at 3 JO a in. arriving at Pant av amount invested in such shates. It muy act as days. Talis, September The crop of funny executor, administrator, trustee, fcc, as fully as Pullman Vettibuled lluffat SIfepcrt between Lou- 7 40, a in. No. it leaves .Maisville at to and this days. Sotnerfcet, Septembers an individual isville, Lexington, Washington, New York and arrives at Paris at ,0. p m. These trains are spring seems to be larger than ever. A To those who entrusted their buisiness to us Old i'nint Comfort. Thit train is made part of the daily except Sunday. Henderson, September S 4 days. i.iiaiiy to till points barber m Fourteenth street has decorat while mnagiui; the Lincoln National Hank ol ceieiirateu Dlvis- Ion, which is daily exceptsexcept Rowland undav. Klizabethtown, September .S 4 days. Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and ed his place with tho legend, "Tonsorial No. runsdailj rom trust they will continue to transact their business xingion to Cincinnati. No, a runs daily Haircuttiug Parlors;" a flower makinir Winchester, September S 5 days. Eatt of Huntington on the C. ,V O. Route with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten, ABSOLUTELY PURE, .11 .,,,.,.,. except the Ixo t runs ilailv fm Fast Mail '1 rains run dally except Sunday betion to same, our twtnty yean' experience in firm in BJeecker street that ovidently do- Horse Cave, September 15 I days. banking and as liberal accommodations at are con- tween Lexington and Huntington. Make direct Rowland Divlnoii, which is daily except Sui ay. FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH1 sires steady help displays the motto, No. dailj except Sunday. connection at Huntington with C. A' O. ; nt Ash sistent with sound bauking. CynthiaiiH, September 154 days. No 4(lallv lllllUM'n rinnnnill nllil I.ntn gton land wnh S. V. It ; at inchester with K C. R "Leavers Wanted," and a voting man NO 1 Pan and ...l,,. ...... ii rnmmAiln.tnn .1... ( llasgow, September 234 days. R. nortb ami south bound, and at Lexingtoti with uirectohs: who dispenses sea food up in Harlem ly. Lvxtneton to oo a. in Arrives Pans L. Si N , L. S. and C N. O. A T. P. Railroads. TAB-0I- D CO., Chicago, Williams, Mt. Vernon ; J Hartford, September SO 1 days. Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily to t; a m tells bypassera that he is famous for No s Falmouth Accommodation; leaves CincinJ. M. Hall, Stanford; except Sunday. Connectt nt Winchester to and October -5 days. Owensboro, For sale by A R. Penny and M. L i!o.,rne, "hoister stoo." New York Times. from K. C points and nt Lexington with L. A N. nati 5 10 pm Arrises Falmouth 703pm daily J. S. OwiWy, Stanford; days. except Sunday, Stanford Princeton, October R. R. for Louisville. i Kmtry, Stanford; S.J. No. 7 Leases I'ulmouth 600a m. Arrives Cin Lexington and .Mt Sterling Accommodation Pnducah, October 14 H days. Corn In Installment. J. K. I.jnn, Stanford; runt daily except Sunday, and makes direct con. cinnatia 7 55 a m daily except auntlar a No. and 6 naiko connections nt Winchester for tn .iinl from Mlddleslior. nection at Winchester Here is something thnt can only hapA. W. Carpenter, MiltcdgevtUe; ough and Richmond, and nt Lexington nith L. S. point on the N. N. M. V. R'y, E. D. pen in Kansas. A Kansas farmer stored Gov. Huckner told a IUclunond, Va., J. K. Ilaughman, Hustonville; No. a carries through, cars from Cincinnati to Ity. for Loultvlllo J, F. Cash, Stanford; Jar LOST orTArUNO KANBOOUt away 100 bushels of corn. Soon after interviewer that ho wua a grpat admirer l'or full information in nirard to rates, route. Middletborough and Cumberland Gap aud all InUMium lasrai aad HUVOUIMind. DEBILrrYi storing Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting tines termediate itationt and runs daily, William fiooch, Stanford Ky it he sold seventy-fiv- e bushels W. I. MUNSON, Trav. Pais. Agt., Cincinnati. m W mZ eakaenof ladv mad ir.tJ Cleveland, and that ho thought tho or to Uat Errors or lenssaaa la Ol rTm. and realized $7.G0. A year later ho sold of S. II. Shanks, President. S.R KNOIT, C. P AT.MORK. C L. BROWN, H. E. HUNTINGTON, Kb.t, attlt SltJMOOB rail Htslaraa. atta tilurt ail fifteen tnas6es of tho people of Kentucky recTraffic Manager. Gen Pass. Agt. O PA, V. P. and CM, B. Owsley, Cashier J. ir,riitrniic,viiKTKupifnoKfiii4rikTortoor. bushels and realized $7V50. And General oilice, LouIstllle.Ky Lexington, Ky, yet. He also W. M. Bright, Teller U a CST. "i.7 IIW.I vwvmm .. .v.... j ,nH t h.... .. ,n..MiiHMH, STrllaUtts. last week he exchanged the remaining ognize no other man S. F. II. MORSE. Gen'l PassVr Agt. Caoatrlts. W. S HARRISON. G. tV. BARNEY, tltirrltllie Mck esMsaitt'.n a.l .audW 'tetledirrea. tea J H, Baujlinun, General Rook.Keper . G. M., Lexington, Ky. T ,P. A., Ashland, Ky Office Chamber ol Commerce lluilding, Cincinnati bushels for $7.50. Topekn Journal. thinks that Hill is not in it. terser MATCH-RECEIVER. Going to Je riiMilem to Wclcotur Christ. Tho Rev. W. P. Brown, a prominent Texas Sittings. Jul) ijth )o ,1 Apply to me on the premises MRS K J MOCK Cumberland Vallev J J Land Company itexas.arizona.mexico.cauforniaI B0HX3XTG tf 11 The ttnly tli.(i,ih 1. le f- J '. .on and Vn ktburj, Miu , ShirvcpMtt La , maliintrdl.Mt connectloai wiinout imiiil.ii. It Jtuftr I, r Pallas Kurt Woilh, Austin an Antonia, hi l'aoi and x, int. 111 - Chittannoca for Atlanta, Colnmbns, WtlmttJC ion, Charlett.m, Augutu, Ma.ost, So a rial). HrnntMi. k, Lake City. I'himiatville and Kl.Oltl I)A (Mlll Tha nnl line ruattini; telid train oith Pullman Hr.itloir ur riae Mennf Car toeht latfe. any tontill tv.lh.iut change rf tuieen Cersnr luctar S'lmj and cnt(,mrr, Hunt.ville, Dtcatui, Hortn. , Mnnhi and A II KANSAS nmntt. ShortMt and (ui, kr.t .. Annnion, Selnta, Mobile On, ct romit ti.mt marie at NKW OR I.KAN'S wltl.nut rmnibut trntfer for Uttlvestoti Houston, Auiim, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. CAHJtWLXKAa lr -- ' 1 i C Hus-tonvi- lle ico-6- m t Wednesday, July Due-tor- t I AIMTER' MYERS HOUSE, C.-A- , i , i . G I s . SIB' ICE, ICE Sample Room a a e Ss-ij- tfm i j fft ilVMsr aBRsSSX MoS-s- yr Bastin'3 Saw Mill, J THE r Stanford, turn-titra- Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. 1 1 mvi T& s O-- Ml m A FOR i s ROYAL LIVERPOOL. , I rr ft K ms j xm-:uv- ftO-co- -- ftisiiraiiGe Company, K 11 TAXES TAXES TOTAX-l'AYKtlS 11 ii..L)llila n -- dulrnt-Com1 e tax-pay- er ''"W&W wt lal ' 1 A pun-base- i ' ! five-eight- - jl-i- .- -, FOR Kentucky Central ' 8.R. t , , s OLD KY. ROUTE at Advice to tlie Aged. 34-i- m COOKrS SPHXJNTGS Washington, I I Kirtl-elm llt.l-BOROll- M TU I SMth-fkNia- d '. ' open-ek- , 1 . 1 ,M-- 1 IMPARTING IGOE , llr. 11. . . 1 ! 1 Farmers Bank& Trust 1 - - North-llown- d. 1 ( l, "hi" J Lox-In- gt ii PILES TAR DID SOAP l3l 1 1 1 . 4 . 111 15 1 - 15 15 1 1 1 r. f. v. , o 1 1 1 I I , J- - (.- ! 74 FOR HEN ONLY! V tj 1 A A-- s!