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MIDDLLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. - NO. 37 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. 1 Versus Dripping Sprlnos. r f column ul your lost ieaue you bny there ifl n "lee erowd nt DrippiiiK Spring nnd nivo tin- - iinou-- of ns beiuu there. Of several of my course undcrstniid that this is Bimp'y , an error, hut still it hurtH.mid hurts s hence this cxplnnntion. Then Hiinr nml aio of Green an nil located hero for the Hummer. They are persons whom any summer report miulit coimlder it an honor to have, all beini to the heet and belon-jlnlino dam-erMis.' Cheatham fnmilies of Kuntiictcy, of the renowned Dr. beiiik the Win. Cheatham, of l.ouinville. le There is not, nor has not heoti, a jiuest at Diipplm: Sprint tills heiiwn, the buildlniM which left there are all ,1,t' KoiiiK to rack, the tloors rultitiK roofs leaking. mimmer I hail the place rented to a chili of fox hunter, hut nearly all of them left hefore their time wns half out on account of the rain pouring in on them. Dripping Springs will do very well r.a n plnee to ramp at in exceedingly dry weather, hut in dump weather it is ono of the wettest places in the world. On the Ith of July they gave n pien c there in opposition to mine. The result wan that thev had four prrtOiin to Ink dinner with them, anil with a few exceptions their crowd was made up of people from the knobs, ami it is mild that more whisky was drunk there than water. Our crowd was as elegant an of cultured and rellnud people as ever met together on nny occasion, and at dinner and supper wu fed over Mo tuTMinw. ntiinut! them being the cream of the crowd who had uoiio to Dripping nml got disgusted and canty to Green Urinr for their meals an I dance. As a pleasure resort there is no place on earth where ono can get ns much umiiHomont for ns little money as at uiu:k. iiiiiaii. It id located on the top of a mountain and iinmediiituly after the hardest mints there is no sign of water around the buildings. As a health resort, it should ho a sutlieiont uuarantue that all the prominent doctors sends thoir imtients olid fnmilioa here to recuperate and spend their aiiininers. Dis. HerringH ami Hush's families spent the summer here last season, and Dr. Herring's family are nil to arrive again in u few days. I could give many wonderful cures Hint were nliected hero last season but will simply name two. Mr. Uerwifold, of Alabama, and Dr. Hush's daughter, .Miss lk'Mie, of Lancaster, K y , who gained '21 pounds in live week. We have an abundnuce of nil kinds of wati r here, but we regard tho "Cooley .Springs" the best of nil. It is un iron water so Btrougly impregnated with as to keep the bowels loose nnd in good condition nt all time. In addition to our water, we keep the sulphur water from the depot well at Crab Orchard, bringing it fresh twice a day. This we Imvo the best music we have ever had since we coniinencud the business, Professors Piper and Farrell, mid wu have a dance every night except on Sunday. Wo have two professional cooks, Albert Singleton boiug at the head, who has had 'JO years experience, and cooked three season's nt Crab Orchard Springs. Wo set as good n table as any hotel in Kentucky. If vou want to have a hap py time couie.to Green Briar. Respect-full- (To the Editor Interior Journal. iH'i-sonu- In tin l 1 hail-ly- mr-tie- duu-jlite- r H'.n-j- 1 "( Master Harry Collier, ulioet- icy wi broken a abort tune ago, has so fur recovered as to be able to walk about on crutches. Mr. Ficd Krueger, the clever German brick maker, has moved his apparatus to Mt. Vernon, where Brer. Maretatid his neighbors havegtiar-autee- d him a good trade. The toaper school of .VJ pupils will lie taught this year by I.ei Elder, and the Holdain Mill school of ',) pupils by his cousin, Jake Klder ; Squire W. A. Collier will instruct the youth in the Flat woods locality. A certain young ltomeo hereabouts boasts that he inn ;!7 sweethearts; but wonder lnw ninny of these, like tho 'J00 Knreisli virgins when told of Abdullah's marriage, will die of broken Hearts when he is caught by hoihc female trapper. One of the finest Shakesperiau scholars that we know of nny where is brick-uuikin- So far as I can learn, Casov will go 2,000 against the new constitution. g The wheat nnd oat harvest ia in full blast, nnd farmers are rushing things through nt a livelv rate. Sickness prevails throughout tho 1tl.. .1JN...1 ..!!. A.. ...lltfl.1 llllll onrly and late to administer the proper Flux and summer complaint medicim nre the general dibotiM--I- ). G. Elliott bought of Wayne par-1- , 'tie ISO sheep at S3. W. ilnuii of ntine 100 nt same price. Cattle and shoop buyers are plentiful and keep the country well drained of them. e There is another change in here. That smiling, accommodating, Wilford Dye cnu now be seen to handle the letters nnd put tiie seal on L'ucle Sam's mail pouch. ..-- . .1f-l- , i I , J Jake Joseph has returned an open-eup his stock of goodsatthoold Hemphill corner. DANVILLE, KY. Mon Burnside, a colored man, died Sunday 0f paralysis, nnd wns,Tlie IScxins buried Monday. j rile the c.iir: nf With a lull courmof hiti'lv. "th r.nguh nnclL.latiic.il I'liion H'lvices will bo hold nt the ly adapted to prepare 5. mj; n m for tile CUs, it ! tnten.Ied at fi- - ime time to liberal Hnghih education t" - who ilctirelt. lncnntiei-tiowith the A j.it.iv M' st ct.urch Sunday n.gl.t next. Rev. u,u "esoyu-nu"' cnurcii, c& -well-Known Centre College Academy Next Session of this Institution .'- Sent. Q, furnish a especial- r II post-olllc- big-heart- principal feature. It will be exceedingly gratifying to the patrons of the public school to know that Judge M. I). Hughes bus In en again selected to teach the school nt this place the ensuing term, . r Hat ilie personal mi . ?i the Principal. KoRuIar very hi wiiii hoursteen esuMlthed in the homo an I underand (Militants ccnlp the (rctrair.ia anl government itudy nl he t'm.iipal and under the of a Miss .Noll Murra enter- - Christian home are con blo-- rf with 'In- ' est idniatioiial advuula;es. For further particular in rrgatd to tuition, etc.addren lameu a unmoor ot tier young friends JAMES B. WALTON. Principal, Danvlllo. Ky. Monday evening. Dancing wns the' ill JJ Vtll,IW --- fiLJ lv,'w t A 3Eomo 3oarding uH-rtlnn- "Training Department .' !.. P1'0,-- '' fr ver. "' THE WILLABD I. l h ALEXANDER'S HOTEL. 9 ami your Mt. Salem scribe, E. Tarrant, stopped over with us awhile Friday while Mr. John H. Bailey, of this place, who en route to Liberty, wheie he will tench ays he had rather read ihe works of the the young minds ho.v to bhoot, com"immortal bard of Avon' than any mencing on July (Un. Eas is a thorounewspaper or book ever published, ex- gh-bred democrat, against con. con. cepting, of course, the Jhhlc. By the nud n hustler in a school room. way how would it suit the scholarly genMr. Robt. W. Moore died June '2Sih large-itraineii inai.1. i t lit i . ep-bo- m tea-bo- n y, D. G. Slai'uiitek. P. S. On Friday night. July 17, wo will give a grand fancy dress hall. At 'thai date tho moon will beat its prettiest and parties can come from Stanford, Ijincaster nnd Crab Orchard. Those who take supper with us will bo charged no admittance, to lull, but those who do not will be charged '."i cts. D. G. S. "church" AFFAIRS. Uev. T. J. Godbey will preach nt Neid'tj Creek school house Sunday, nt 3:110 i M. e 'A tleman to interest hiiiim-l- f in organizing a Sliakusperiau club here? left this week Mr. Bruce Ham-forfor tlie eldorndo region around Cumberland Gap, where he goes prospecting for a location. Apropos, if he thinks it not swfe to sot his sUkes in that dirt up there, we suggest that lie come hack, and which preen his suit for the New-lanlie is claiming here, and to which all indication seem to jvoint tiiat he can obtain a clear title deed. .wine buns, it seems, are not very particular about whore they But up business. As Col. John Buchanan was returning in his buggy from Stanford Tuesday, he stopped nt a utore in town a few minutes to leave a parctd, when to his astonishment, a saucy hen walked out from under the buggy seat, cackling as natural us if just emerging fiom the bam loft. Hxaiiiinatiou showed thatblie hud deposited a specimen of her handiwork in the colonel's buggy, for which purple she had doubtless ridden with him all the way to Manford and back. Some men haul arsenals and distilleries around with them, hut the colonel it the that man we ever heard of traveling around with nil egg factory. her Mrs. Monroe Curtis is near Mitchellsburg. Mr. bOti Charlie, Chris. Hutchison and wife are dowu from Pineville to see relatives. Mrs. Crockett Wihnore. of Nicholasville, nud Mrs. W. M. o' Bryan, of Junction City, have returned home, after a few days' visit to dipt. F. V. Dilhoti and fitu.il. Mrs. T. A. Gresham is at her father's, Col. Reese Ward's. Messrs. Joe Brooks and Curtis Kgbert, of '.Louisville, aro whiliug away a portion of tho hot weather with the folks at home. Mr. Will Burch and sister, Miss Kssie, were the guests of their cousins, the Misses Buchanan this week. Mi.-- Bertie is the guest of the Missus Stuart, on Springs avenue. Mr. Jim Henry nnd sister, Miss Hattie, of Ltneaeter, spent Sunday with Mu-- Maud Pettus. Tho South Florida Phosphate Works at Liverpool, Fin., which hurnod a short time ago, entailing a loss of jli',000, aro being rapidly rebuilt on a greatly enlarged scale, so Mr. J. W. Jnmes, of this place, one of the largest stock holders and the manager of the company, tells us, and will he again in native opeintion bv August 1st. This plant is one of the biggest of the kind in the South ; nnd obtains the phosphate from the bottom of Peace river, from which it is drawn by n huge suction pump. As the supply of gunno is nearly exhausted, thero isn great demand in Europe fortius new fertilizer; and Mr. James says that English and French parties have spoken for tiio entire output of his plant this year, tons daily. As phoswhich will bo phate sells for between SS nnd $!) per ton, it will readily bo seen that there is money in this business. d g s Mc-Fa- nt hid residence 3 miles from here. He wns in his ."iOth venr and hud been in bml health for some time, duo to consumption. Mr. Moore during his life proved a valuable citizen and n good s neighbor and many grieve over his dentil. Ho leaves a wife and sever al children to mourn for him. Funeral Hbrvfees were conducted by Rev. J. N. Bowling, of this place, and tho remnins interred in the family burying ground near Liberty. Cats of various sizes nnd nil denominations assembled and hold a of in one of the old town Sunday night and entertained the puWic by the tunes of their sweet, melodious voices for a considerable length s of time. l and would be n good remedy .for such rocks cases. The superintendent of street building committee, Wm. Miller, thinks they were holding a convention to veto the new con. con. or try to do so. If that's true, we can htand the racket until they have accomplished their net. ... . .. esley is again Handling cai- I'erry Ico and d"oin..,lie" behind the counters of Wusley Bro'a vV Co. U. Cullinsworth is able to ue on the streets njam alter u few days' ilhics'. IJ. K. Swope returned home from Lancaster .Monday from a went to Huston-vill- e visit. V. It. Friday on business. Jliss Mamie Klliott, of Miieon. (Ja., is visiting her sister, Miss Eva Royalty. Hoy Hoard v, of Lancaster, was here thisjweek looking forhor6es to to train on his track in liar-racounty. Mi8 Cotdie Crowder, of Danville, spent several days visiting here this week. L. I). Williams, here but now of formerly a drugt-i- t llurnsidc, is iiere on business. James Simpson, of the linn of Durham & Simpson, spent sevital days in Taylor .counWilliam Miller ty visiting relatives. has opened up a new butcher shop on Yoeinito avenue. W. I. Gann is limping from ellt'cU of sore boils. John Wesloy is some better after several das of sickness. Virgii Coleman will go soon to the Institute of Cripples at Louisville to bo doctored. It will be remembered he cut his leg A ye.irs ago, causing his left knee to he still'. Miss Delia Liuilii-cuis very low with typhoid fever. to-da- v mass-meeting out-hous- RENOVATED AND been entire building is receiving a new coat Day. $2.50 of paint. The jail will also be repaintod. (J. Scott & Son, our popular painters, Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-HousA. LOUISVILLE, KY. have tho contract. Arrangements for our stock fair aie W. R. LOGAN, piogressing finely and we are going to A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, .Clerks. have one of the best fairs in the State. Tro3t's band, of Lexington, Sdxton has been engaged to furnish the music, which will add greatly to the enjoyment of the occasion. The Intkriok Joi:k.val's suggestion of KJitor Marrs for reprefientative from this county to the lower house, will surely meet with a hearty approval from iV Has the largest and his party in tiie county. He is deserved. v J ly popular and would make an able, MOST COMPLETE STOCK member. t r, n ft. ti ,. (T5ftP6 In the "Hill of Uights" of the pres j .yjdv ent constitution of Kentucky, this declais made : "No human authority ration yf'.nv;jr,ili , ..-...,- . ni i "K.- sii ought, 111 any case whatever, to control Wfi - '" ever snovvn m itaniorct at prices or interfere with the rights of conZdZ'J as low as the lowest. science." This is simply au expression in Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s 31rZ3J"Ed S.TH0B0UGHLY IMPROVED. e, Rates Per Manager. The Old Reliable Jeweler jss fv - m S i. in the Lead. R A- Penny uig-nitie- d f iSMr. riK ,!, j- &3w&''r!x iiy tr.. y&ir3i Watches and Jewelry Double-barre- shot-gun- Tti of ntiminn mill nnr tit nil mmf1fitrti-- t new constitution the word "shall" is ttie substituted for the word "should," tho - .... .. I... "-'' sentence reading thus : "No human au-iiiuiivj am..., iu ..uj- ciat-- oaiever, con- trol or interfere with the rights of con- s.'ience." If a citizen should have con-scientious scruples against paying his a. debts, or discliurgiug any of the obliga- tions imposed upon him bv law. would ne lie protected, oy tins provision of the constitution ? " 1 - the State, j who can do ayt""S " Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic- A tt f.i nJ T nMI1f(,- cflT cfhrtinn. A&jit PT7VVV. .,- ....vwi.. 1 t j asm: The J. X. MEN'KFEE ...-. .. ... Stanford Lumber Yard, bet selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky." COL HENRY WATTERS0N. From "The Pirates or Pendennis." n i.rniBxsu, un- - Colt-ma- n o. r. ukldoc. At home, In Tennessee I saw Kentucky LATH, sash, WIKS2 Hill SJDCINGLES, I500RS, flooring, BLINDS, CEILING, uiIi.h1, Willi ininJi and manners very raw, ami so I thus SOlilequiMil: Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. SIDING, V7QVE1X "I ni go up there and with due care I'm mre I can help matters on, And she will say'Oh blest the day that brought me Henry Wattersen.' Chorus : And they will say, etc II AND SLAT FJESTOE. MNE & We carry a full stock of everything found in a - CXJ5LSS JutHMCBER FIRST designs and specifications before lettingYAHD. your contract Examine our or building. icl-ativ- es A A racr uaiher eminent, proudest boast, her citiien moit MEVEFEE, Stanford, Ky. on the "Coast" had dealt in diamonds seminunt, Aud so straightway thro' some may say the claim unduly flitters one, Abriglitu day came with the ray that beamed from Henry Watierton. Chorus: A brighter day, etc. genllman who The Most Popular SALT i On the market is the RETS OF ROCK SALT because stock will do 20 per cent. better and it will go three times as far as common barrel Salt. I have just received a car load and will quote low price. Thry hailed mt as a leader of profoandest EOMty, I ana- - coiildtur the uterago tender mislty. to the wildest ani- - I lathed m expowd their fads and all they sought to spot ut on, And more and mure the people suorc by Col. Henry Wattroii. Ch)ru: And more and mere, etc. I hcrahlml the datilUs charms st CJotl- Star-eyed th"Ral," descs, James Walter will preach nt r. m., nt Locust Grove school-housNew tho 4th Sundny. The noted Baptist divine, Ho v. Charles II. Spurgeon, is not expected to survive many days. Tho old relation between cleanliness and godliuess is shown by Colgate, the eoap man, giving $1,000,000 to Colgate Vniversity, n Baptist institution at Hamilton, X. V. The Central Methodist says that tho Methodist Year Book item Jas to membership is not correct, but that tho latest statistics show a Methodist membership in the United StateR of:5,004,0:iS. Lincoln was killed at a theater, nnd Unmlin got his death stroko while piny-inpedro nt n club house. Now will preacher tell us what BOine wns wrong about Henry C. Adams, for many years tho trusted treasurer ofltlie fund for disof the universalis Hbled ininhMw ork, charged church, is in fail in New with embezzling $17,000 ot the fund. g low-necke- d thatV-12iuiu- iror. Richnrd Tellis, who lives near Clifford, Mich., served in 30 engagements during tho war nud never lost a drop of blood. it would be a great mistake to adopt tho And tention; showed the dangerous road these whea I proposed new constitution as it now xtupld chumps had yot us on, stands ami it was my purpose at ono To my surprise they d d the eyes of Col. Henry Watttrson. time to write or say something upon tho Chorus: To my surprise, etc. subject, but tho question is a largo one And while it cuts me to the quick I fear I'll and I found my engagements would not have to stop her too. permit me to discuss it in a satisfactory And have another beggar's lick, because I try a tlop or two. manner, and therefore concluded to let On the evening of the iM instant, I think I'd best go South or West to bask beneath alone. I am obliged to leave for Now it a hotter un, Miss Minnie Myers, and Miss Leah York in few daya to nttend a meeting And old Kcntuck may d n her luck at losing a few friends in the parentertained Henry .W'atterson but if I of tho senate lors of the Harris House in n most en Chorus: And old Kentuclc, etc. can find time hefore starting I will send joyable nnd interesting manner from you a list of names. Yours truly, Bucklen's Arnica Salve S:30 to 11:150. At 8.31) the bell rung for J. G. O.UILISLE. The belt alu in the world for cuts, bruises, a (F!inu nt orneressive crokinnlu nml (Ores, ulcer, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup three tables were soon surrounded bv ' MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. tions and positively cures piles, or no pay required, h is guaranteed to eive perfect satisfacticr, participants. The excitement the guy With much royal pageantry, the or money refunded. Price aj cents per bcx, nud laughter continued till 10 o'clock, 1'or sale by A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. when refreshments were served. After- I'rincess Louise, of the little duchy of A Safe Investment granddaughter of wards the prizes were awarded. Mr. W. Schleswig-HolsteiIs one whbhU Queeu Victoria, was wedded Monday iu factory results, or Kuaruiitced ,0 bringa you satisJ. L'dmiston received the first prizo and in case of failure, return of purchase price. On and Miss Essie Burch the booby prize. thoChapdl Uoyal, atlWindsor Castle, to your from our aiheitised this safe a plan you can hottlcof Dr. buy druyKitt King's New Discovery for Consumption. It Is Those pesent were Mr. ami Mrs W. A. Prince Arlbert, of the province of guaranteed to brlnj; relief In every case when Carson, Misses Nannie EJiniston, Magued for any affection of Vi throat, lungs or chest, Mr. George Russell, a young ihau such as consumption, inflammation of the lungs, gie nnd Kva Buchanan and Essio Burch, bronchitis, asthma, whooping lough croup, etc , of Stanford, Messrs. Felix Myers, St. from Uoyle, and Miss Kdna Booth, a etc. It is pleasant and to the taste, per. Louis, J. S. nnd W.J. Edmiston, G. II. haudsome young lady of Paris, Texas, fctly safe and can always be relied upou. Trial bottles free at A. K. Penny's drug store. Harris, O. 0., and Willie Burch, Stan- who was visiting friends in Kentucky, ford. drove hero Wednesday and were married A Caiid oi Thanks. Wo desire to re- in the parlors of the Myers House by turn our sincere thanks to our many Rev. T. J. Godb-jy- . When Baby was sick, vre garo ber Costoria. friends who so kindly ministered to the When blietvas n Child, aha cried for Castorla. Morton Stock Farm. wants of our beloved daughter during Whea the became Miss, she clung to Costoria. Mr. G W. Morion, ol Jacksonville, III., wrilei: a her illness and death, aud those who 'Have been trjiujf for two yenri to remove J Wbcn she had Chi! iron, she faro them Castorla. use ol front ankle; hive windtmfTon back have exteuded their sympathy in this everything that I coulJ hear of but done no good. The trial box of (Juinn'i Ointment hat cauied it our hour of bereavement. to nearly disappear. Send one bottlti at toon at V. L. and M. E. McOabtv. Utiible " Ste-g'er And fondly thiew my amorous arms around their golden bodices. dra:)-- l nbread the tariff fraud with all its rajs stitution. and tatters on, Carlisle has addressed Senator A a And Democrats flunj; up their hatt andhouled tho following letter to Col. J. Stoddard for Henry Wattorson. Johnson, under date of July ith : Chorus: And Dunocrats tlunjf up their hats, etc. Absence from homo has prevented au Hut bloody brayln? asses got together in Convention, earlier receipt and acknowledgment of your favor of June 21th. In my opinion J ust to be arraying- classes in a nasty, mean con- Senator Carlisle' Against the New Con- 1 t. B. FOSTER. Go to A. A. WARREN'S J". "MODEL GROCERY" For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried Apples, Peaches and Primes, Rice, Cheese, Pickles, Preserves and Jains; K 11 ; Lamps, Glass-an- d Queensware, Tin - and Woodcnwarc, Jelly Glasses, &c. Iruit Jars, An-hal- t. Mfciiil-ifor M ai-fabl- e Infants and Children. t CaatorU cum) Colic, Constipation. "Cast or! U so well adapted to children that Sour Stomach, DIarrhrea. Eructation, Ol- I recommend Jtas superior toany prescription Kills Worms, gives (Jeep, and H. A. Arcukh, M. D known to me." I Without Injurious medication. 111 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. Tua Crurriua Compant, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. ' ! H ' Vi ' " ni(f M Here area round dozen of objections' Some of the Reasons Why. A Good Plan. Wo group together a few of the rea- to this instrument, any one of which d For the first time in history women sons why the peopleof Kentucky Bhould should be conclusive to a man. Read and reflect for yourself aud are taking an nctive olllclal interest in reject the proposed new constitution. W. P I'cxlrrln Xo. 1. It is the product of fiaud. No- see if thev aro not all the preparation for n World's fair. Some toriously und admittedly the conven proved very of tlio ideas of the ladles on the board Euhttios July 10. 1391 tion was called without proper authorityti satisfactory inby electricity the four mur- of managers aro characterised by a prac'Stanford, Kv., clocks the case of and in open violation of an express tical common sense that is admirable of the constitution under whhh derers confined at Sing Sing. Slocuui. One of their projects is to liavo intelliwife It's a Pity. wo live. There was, in truth, no gieat the base ball player who hacked his Repairing neatly and promptto death, was strapped to the chair at gent women to not as guides through the i bmm iir mm msi i UL-iLr- bwa mr-' Mr. Watterson protests too often nnd need, and no general demand except intricacies of the exposition. There will ll - J3 A. JO Tuesday morning, mid in less'than ly done. ' for a constitoo much to allow of our believing that among restless bo French nnd German gnides among two minutes L'.OOOvoltahu-- shot through he is himself satisfied with his attitude tutional convention. tluw yonng women, nnd they will be All WorJc n He dis.'. Kven under this illegal convocation, his system and he was as dead as a mackconstitution. toward tlie Jiew well initructod in the displays of the I will take old i;old or silver in exchange lor jjoods. (Stanford, Ky.) of the Salvation Army, ! plays, too, n trifle more of arrogance the convention has outrageously exceed- erel. Smiler, grvat show as well as in the dangerous than belils the latitude of Kentucky. ed its authority. It was called simply so convicted of uxoreido, tht negro ways of that naughty city where the fair When he characterizes a natural and not to "amend" the present constitution in Wood, who killed a companion, and is t le held. ) mki hi i.i . W II IIK.C.INS. expression of surprise and certain well known respects, but it has Jugiro, who murdered one of his counThe bet achievement of these women regret from his recent allios, at his un assumed to make a wholly new one. trymen, wore each killed iu short order manager so fnr, however, Is probably ceremonious abandonment of them, as Kaeh delegate carried with him to Frank- nud without a hitch, the prison olliuials the interent thoy are arousing in the constitution, cribbed prolltim: by the miserable botch made iu TWW4iti.ni anion working girls' elnln "seneoless and irrelevant," and when he fort a brnn-noof Kemmler. None of thnilwhoilt tho The- - jrirls are xmnXry noes out of the record to remind Ken- from somo ono of the Northwestern or the electrocution ago hu Pacific States, whose environment and wio wmiepsee nric pri uiiiiuu iu givu me to acqnnint themselves with American tucky that he found her '0 years and no one was permitted to en history before the exposition opnn. ami unknown and boorish nrovince "with needs differ so essential! v from our own, distinguished citizens, a race and confidently expected to come back ter the death chamber till sworn to se Iwcome familiar especially with the but two crecy, the law lorbidding tne aiimission pmdncts of their own country and it horse and a diamond thief," and that home and run for president. :. Ju attempting to fuse together this of reporteis except on the same condi- great resources. They will nl-- learn only of late, thanks to Ids furminj: hand been mass of crude and heterogeneous matter tions. Successful as may have been the nbont the products and resources of the and kindly chaperonnpc, ha she executions thero are thoseof us who be- other American republics. Finally each enabled to obtain the notice and the en- some CO inconsistencies and down-rigis and surest girl will lie- encouraged to lay md.le a ifc. in tree of the polite world, he oversteps, in contradictions were permitted to occur, lieve that the rope the best means of disposing of a murderer. small Mini weekly to enable either her opinion of some e.ood judges, both winch would requite exactly HO years the self or some member or uirmibereof the the modesty of tiuth and the canons of and (50 separate submissions to n vote of It i often asked what will the con- club to visit the fair. the people to correct aud eliminate. gentle breeding. vention do when it reassembles in case This plan ought to bo Imitated by all I. Iti numerous iustances, each requirFrom the day the proposed constituthe people won't have the new constituworking muii and women. If all cannot completed and submitted to the ing for cotrectiuii an amendment aud a tion was tion '.' No one need feel alarmed about go to the exposition, then one or two vote on it by the whole people, nnd people for trial and judgment, the this. The members, though not Solo- iiHMiiWrs of a club can do so. There is recogni.im: alike the im- notably iu the section which provides mons, are not fools; though they havo goner r enough certainly and portance of the issue and i8 own clear that circuit court judges must be under given such questionable evidence of it tough among working people to waged open, activeand ."j years of age the convention says duty to the State, they are yet friends of their State. They send delegates from their societies to the two weeks Miice. piecisely the opposite of what it meant. will go vigorous war on it until back to Frankfort with the swell fair. Persons who are good writers and and colleges, ing when, suddenly and without warning, it Filled with in their heads nicely loducod; they talkers, observant and with retentive seized the wholly irrelevant occasion of and iu the hundredth jear of hor age, will adopt a genuinely open clause to memories, should bo selected. Theeecan Mr. Brown's declaration in favor of it, to Kentucky should be entitled at least to the old constitution, wherebythe people take notes of all they see, and on their withdraw entirely .from the discussion. correct spelling and good grammar in themselves may easily and soon make return write descriptions of it aad enter -The only reasons so far vouchsafed to its her fundamental law. V- -" the few needed amendments, and then tain their fellow members with reading ). In abolishing, both by direction readers are, that it had become "a and into the story on club nights. It is an exgo quietly about their business, debate." nnd that it would cre- and indirection, the legislative depait-men- t cellent plan, that of having one or two Nirvana of oblivion. of the State government, the now the HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, ate dissension nnd "raise hell" generally members of n club be, eyes and oars for in the democratic party in the State. constitution practically denies to the Urer Walton, of thoIxTKuiou-JocH-.v.i.- , If all. will road Uncle Humus' story of the These reasons are without foundation, people the right of self govurument and Dimiiilslied Uli'ttt :tu !... and. we believe, insincere. As to the eflects covertlv a radiral. structural animal "which didn't have no claws," he may find something whinh will interTliow who wwo inclined to grninble there has been no nioro throwing change in the form of our State govern- est if it does not instruct him. lirst, LouisoPmud, by those small disputants who ment, and be disapiKtintod that Uw jmpnlatiou ville Times. ti. In it zeal against corporations the have no other missiles in their armory, from the vain uf this country only showed up rome Haiug ever abstained than is usual nnd to be expected in the convention adopted a number of pro- - .,nd unprotitable reading of IW.uOO.Ouo Instead of the 05.000.000 vv d seussion of any matter of great public visions so agrarian and communistic in wo fernm-no- t what wicked and carnal- - had all couuted on, should lieed soine whose their tendency as to amount to a threat minded conceit may be hidden iu this al- facts prepared by Dr. interest, and the Cornier-Journa- l Hollerith for thdeliverances were supposed to be to the of confiscation and as will reault in af- lusion, but if Bro. Logan will borrow Aineiicnu Statistical association. T! frighting both capital and emigration some neighbor's Hible and turn to the doctor finds from carefnl calculation general public, and not to a from the State. Corporations aie not an Kind verso of the Mb chapterof Luke, ho that the birth rate in this nibble of stumrers and ponnyn-liuer- s, country is might have pitched its contribution to unmixed uudMiumitigated evil. Indeed will fjntl something which will instruct tteudily diminishing, it ImvingdecrejtM-the disciusion on as high n key as it in our complex civilization they are in- if it does not interest him. fully 8 tier cent, in the past twontj need only to bo baw lit and have kept it there. Had it dispensable, and years. REMEDIES FCR20 YEARS been deterred by such a consideration regulated by wise and lloxible statutes, Logans Creek and Dix River. Tliereuiwn Uiu croakers jioint us to in the past dozen years it's light against not forbidden by cgnslitution.il demaancient Home, to iufidul Franco and to BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD EVERYWHERE. Mr. W. 1'. S. Hobinson, our wii'e Judge Lynch would never have been j gogy. every sort of a Sodom mid Gomorrah of awake fanner, tells us that he put up a 7. Kven this zeal seems not to have fought to a successful liuish, and its arcountry to show us that wo of tins ST.L0U1SMO. PSPA&EDBY RICHARDSOH-TAYLOKMED.stacks of wheat Mondny, and greatest republic duous campaign againbt the tarill rob- been the genuine article, for the conven- seven the world has ever nsacus thought they would average ."0 bushels known are already on the downwanl bers would never even have been begun. tion after commanding the assessor of to stack or more ; he kept three wagons road to destruction and Tlie fear of party dissension is equally the future, on pain of forfeiting his of extinction. Far hauling to him. from it! The fact is that as a country fantastic. 'I lie adoption or rejection fice, to assess all the property of every busy The weasels and minks are gotting becomes more highly civilized the birth of the proposed constitution is nota par- farmer, merchant, mechanic, laborer and work again, killing rate iticretisos up to a certain degree, ty question. There has been no party professional man at its full value, remits in their destiuctive chickens on the creek. Several of our then dlmininhus. The most pnperons alignment on it, nor could there be. the assessment of railroads und railroad neighbors have lost a considerable numand thrifty nation in Kurope, the counMason's Kruit Jars, Democrats and republicans are alike di- property to what the delegates were ber, besides Mrs. W. K. Anion lost over try that always bus money to lend, in vided in opinion, and he would be in- pleased to denounce as the venal legisla100 n few nights auo. The worthless Ring Top Jan, ; Fnincc. that lairely holds her own in deed a "donkey" (we are indebted to ture, biennially bought up ami owned varmints were found in a wood pile, in lopulatiuu. The dimiuialmieut iu quanMr. Watterson for the word,) who should by these very corporations. lrnu't Jars, Scaling they moved and they snecedeed tity is apt to be uitulo up iu quality S. The new constitution suppose that any democrat in the State, forbids the which in killing a nest of j dozen. Where there are not so many children Wax, extra top and however excited he may become con- legislatures of the future from exemptMr. Hobt. K. (iaines has gone to born the parents have more time, cerning the constitution, will vote for ing from taxation "more than worth Lexington to engage in business. Miss strength and menus to devote to those Rubbers, Jelly G lasses, Mr. Wood or fail to vote for Mr. Hrown of household goodsand other property," CrtllloTraylor leaves Saturday to visit they have, on account of the position they chance while under the present constitution the Hrass and Porcelain Kettles. Heaides that, it does not take h very legislature's power of relief iu this di- Miss Annie Parks, of Paint Lick. Mim to hold respecting it. one that made that carpet profound philosopher to go among the is In fact, Callie the A public journal has no excuse for ex- rection is wholly unrestricted. noticed in 1. J of last issue. .Miss Fan -- slums of n city and conclude that there isting which has not special and unusual under the existing law SSoO worth of ni Tnrnin. of Somerset, is the guest of are plenty of children already, such as means of obtaining and disseminating "household goods and other persons! Mrs. .1. W. Kirby. Mis Mahssa Adams tliey are. Those knowing of the information. Having these means im property," together with the grywiut: -of perkouti always out of employhis returned from visit to Miss Kddie poseH the trust and duty of using them crops, are now exempted from taxation, A lams, at Bryantsville. Since our last ment in city and country will Ik- - nit her feaileesly and for the common good, and, and the new constitution would place on one of our apt to tell you that there are the tax list SDO.000,000 worth of this report we have lost another Heazley, the plain truth is, no newspaper-cawho enough m tlio world already. Inly frb'iids, MissMattie K. shirk this obvious and imperative duty class of property which is now beyond : has joined her mother at Middlesboro. without subjecting to injurious suspicion the reach of the If Horace Greeley were liviny tMlnj wa-- . Mr. Scott Hurton, a busi escort either the motives or the courage of its 1). The new constitution is parental in Her man of the above city. Mrs. W. u would chnugu hia leitowued advice ness its character, and senile in that paienlal-isnmanager. C. Chenault, of Fort Scott, Kas , who anil now any, "Go south, yonuy man. Is Receiving His Kegretting, sinceiely and for many It prescribes exactly how much t been visiting relatives in this and and jjiow up vi:a tho country." reasons, this mistake of Mr. Watterson, each town or city may spend of its own his promising fluid for manufacturi-Garrard counties, left last week for her we have, for our small part, commented money for its own improvement ; it home. She was accompanied by MisseH nnd industries of many kinds is in the on it as a matter of current and general that no county shall spend a cent Thero has S. Heazley, Alice Hudson and Miss former tdavu htat&s. interest. We have done so in no un- for its own development; it even regu- Miry , nothing in history to exce! the indu? as far as Lake Chautauqua, friendly spirit, and are not, we beg to as- lates how much the whole State if it Walker Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. Give uim a call, where they will remain some sev- trial growth of certain tortious of th sure our great contemporary, in the promises to be real good may spend on Miss Nora H. Dickerson left botith in tho past five years. Tho new slightest degree milled or heated about the little hoys it employs as pages at eral weeks. Tuesday for her. home in Huekejo, after botith, redeemed, regenerated, rich, popit. Mr. Watterson, however, as we have Frankfort. He prosperous my children, visit to her cousin, Miss Mon- ulous and powerful, stands forth splenintimated, is himself clearly ill at ease, it says to the people, build lilies and a pleasant JAYYE-SEEWS-k Harris. Mrs. L Hussing and Miss did aud holds out her hands tilled with as his petulant iteration of an explana- highways and railroads, deelop and te Mr. oppoitunities for plucky and industrious .A0LU7. explain attests. May beautify the State, but don't spend a Eliza Houtaro visiting their father, tion which does'nt people. For the first time m the Mit. J. t Iionio o. (Hickory (irovii Unci nc, VIk.,mi. " iu r u Iiii: ofJiij we not commend to him the judicious cent of money. How like th careful J. II. Kout. history of America Pennsylvania finds every known remedy, I reinowtl u lurn umii Z advice he gives us to "cool his throb- mother of the ballad: of tuo j cars Maudlin:, from u .1 jeur onl ally, Z herself paMtd aud distanced as an iron HUBBLE. with llireo iippllciitiotiH or ; bing brow" and to "keep on his shirt?" state. Alabama now produces annually Mother dear, may I go swim? ia BpundiiiK the week more Hint well Luce The latter, we apprehend, he will not Yes, my dearest daughter, 1 iron oro than Pennsylvania. We Hang your clothes on a hickorv limb, in Lexington, Olnrunco Smi h has a thought we were a jreat people iu 1S70, find it dillicult to do, for his shirt is likeHut don't go near the water. MIh the best preparation I ImvecveriiM'clorlii arl very sick child not expected to live hut and that we had uncommonly rich iron ly to prove of the Nessus pattern. of. I heartily recommend it to nil llornmcr. ' 10. It damns itself with a few days. .Miss Mary Huhhle is visit-inmines, yet today the south alouo makes Vne huntlrcils of urh (estonom ll It legislates openly in favor of relatives near Lexington. The more pig iron than the whole country "Tiikiu: are a great many good things k I'rlw St. so per tioMle. certain classes and therefore against all Hedevillo people sold their wheat hoiiio did iu lTO. Fact. The British iron UiiAXSLl X. doit nut it it miiiIim.ic it.imi.Kor kilv r fur trial if)e iu the now constitution," says the man m J'siLH i other classes. It legislates against cer- tinio hack for S0 cts , hut as tho price of manufacturers who made a tour of this t. KDDV . CO., Whitehall. X. V. o'n the fence. So there are, just as thero AJtVt iiiiiiii in are a great many good and true and no- tain interests and therefore in favor of wheat now is ljss than it was those who country a year or two ago when their Hook all other interests. Any legislation is bought it aie smelling smut iu it, and society met hero prophuaied that ble things in the Koran, and iu the was soon to become tho iron prowill not receive it. Mrs. U. A. Swine-broaof Mormon, and in the writings of Hob bad enough iu a constitution, is intolerable. vi ' a h a a a km is sick. Wheat is about all in tho ducing center of tho world. The prophIngersoll. Hut we want and should an rSH ndzi B3ftff& ii 11. The delegates refused to endorse stack here now. Prospect for corn was ecy has come true already. Aifesralv vm ts&s. have a constitution which has no bad C. IJmSmic KIVil8NTlCHICAURl things in it, a constitution which em- their own patchwork by signing it be- never better before. Hurrah ! for James By tin time there aro several hundred balms and preserver, in this permanent fore sending it to the people, as was done Wilmot a boy at hin house large enough ro only those general principles which by the members of the conventions of tnplotv. That accounts for his not be- more hank and business failures maybe form the experience of our rac- for a thou- 170'J and of ISTiO. They were in truth ing in our lodge for a few days. The people will learn to take somo interest sand years has tried and proven and ashamed of their work, or afraid of its! Itoonu 01 ub, of Lancaster, came out and in the nifairs of concerns in which thoy And found good the crown jewels of the fate, and left open this loophole for indi camped a few days on Island No. 10 last have invented their money. It is a fact . Tha things of mere ex- vidual repudiation when the whole peo- week, had a good time and all things that the transaction of stock company wont off in nice good order. .Mr. John business is universally left to one or two things of ineiel transtto-ry.an- ple shall have repudiated it. pediency, the AmI. perons. 11'. It is not the work of the best men Thompson, our weather prophet, will changing importance, all merely experimental things however promis- of the convention. These, of whom start to Virginia to make that his future Mrs. Samuel Mather, of Cleveland, ing they may seem should be left to there wore about a score, spoke aud home iu a few days. The colored school has gi en 70,000 to tlio Western Iluborvu I'ulliiiJii Vintibuliil llnflct Steepen rnd PullCars on the legislatures of the people where they voted steadily against nearly every im- will ho taught by Mis3 Fannie Parr, of University collego for women. It is a man IlulTct Chatr cliatiRC all train. througU to CMiaeo without . amended or repealed portant innovation embodied in the new Danville, and will open July 1.1. .Mrs. sign of the times, aud a good sign, that Co via the Motion and git tlie 1!M for thu le.it can bo altered or It was the work of the Catharine Blaekerby is sick. Many arc women are beginning, to do something tnoiif) Knr information udilrest are found not to work well. instrument. when they , IAS. HAKKKK.O. P A , Chicasn small fry, most of whom, before cram- going to Stanford Monday to hear tho for women. MRTIBT, W C .CUUSII.I) I'. A . I.oumiUc This the now constitution forbids. ming for the occasion, would not haye new constitution argued on both sides. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, It develops that Hobert Knight, known a constitution from a congestive Somo old corn is soiling hero now for $:!. While ciossinj; the bay at San Fran Hat a Ilarbcr Shop nn Mainitrcet, If we only knew, you know, whether Port president ot the National Loan and In- chill, and don't now know the ditlerence Mrs. Joe Swope's sister aud niece, of the third party was going to draw away cisco some freight cars loaded with tea patronage in in Home, and invito it nhare of tout Prompt attention toouulde call and vestment Company, of Middlesborough, between the constitution and the general Bradfordsville, Ky., aie visiting here most voters from tho Republicans or toppled oil" tho boat'into tho water, and tpocial attrntton to lailiet and children. Work uonn in ine laicti iirie witn ncatnen and di- statutes. with 1,000,000 capital, is an ' lhjs week.. 10 tons of tea were ruined. patch. Democrat this fall! Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal level-heade- XLKSKR? nnu mm HOBT. FE2TZEL, WALTON, well-take- pio-visio- ammiii KMfVtl IKFttTi - busy-bodie- s, ' CS;Kir l i Warranted. Fine Watches Specially. ; x- lul.i ils w t IBM. --(,1-Vl- 8 o M cRoberts & Hiffeins, ht - Successors to Stajrj; &(.lIcUohcrts, dealers C3LO T KING,, Courier-- Journal, fra-tertn- t' school-house- s FURNBS HINC'GOODS TTB nuid-slingi- ng 3sr JuU Trp" aS JE ,5 J MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES story-hooks- -, - black-guar- d WH!ITE5 CREAM VE RMIFUGE ID Alt mm CO. r. J-- Fancy & Family Groceries 30 thou-sand- s H.4yRUPLEY, e ltMJttnf-ig:tti(:C.- r. i. Tin-mon- pic-scrib- Ih-c- Springs Summer Goods a& Kje-HtH-- A New-York- ) 1 QUINN'S OINTMENT. class-legislatio- u 11 fc tin-sout- h class-legislati- on d tfalWft . L.s?cuSuSsjiaf hiihi g& sSc - Anglo-Saxon- d . II. FARMER, T0NS0R1AL firu-clan te SS-6- la.. .jyjslf Eu3 , Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal - Ip'you neeil brick, apply to ter. J. H. Fos- Xkw stock of neckties HiKKins. m at McKoberts & m Finhst CutulifH just rt'ceivctl at A. A. Makshal Hvans waa acquitted of tho EYE HATH NOT SEEN, EAR HATH NOT HEARD, 3 ( Stanioiii), Ky., tt.o.WAi,TON,uuH,ManuKer MEANS .Ii'l.Y 10, 1S!)1 Wnirun'H. Your niTount is tluu. ROtUo. J. B. Foster. BUSINESS. Km.ilwim. bountifully anil nrtUtlciilly For ftrsh fruits, broads, oitkos, lonu ut A. B. IViiiiv'h. and tho liko oidl on It. Zun-tno- r. Yoi ii account in now rnuly. l'lu80 cull Mini Ki'ttk'. A. K. 1'tMiny. ., " m H.WKyonr watrli, Hock nml iowdry Your account id dnu a:id ready for All work you. l'lmi-- e mil and buttle.. W. II. H'IhummI ut A. It. IVnny'i. warrunti'il. killing of John Tliurp at Junction City on thu Kround of justification. l'iua&o call and Jai k Uout'b horso ran away with him Wednesday night, wrecking tho vohiolo Nub cottage for tale or tout. Apply considerablv and Bearing him intoaduck o T. M. Goodknluht. ' lit. Ik there ig anything wlitorn lika.it is prompt paying pationu, and we place tho Miles Medical Co. on thu " Boll of Honor," becniiNo they send tholr money whun it is due. Neither has ii entered in the hearts of men (or women either) ivhai we havain store for you. HAVE YOU SEEN shown here e. k I iU krtH Thu railroad authorities have at tlltf Goods .' astinte for Lexington Ko!lr Mill rrquest of the council stopped to mtioh ever been before. hv I'lik'MWil frcu of clmruP. Hour. Kvory sack KnmnUed. B. K. ii whistling in town, eapeeially by the W. 11. Woaraii. switch engine, and reduced tho apeijll PERSONAL PO'lNTSr whilo in the city limits. Foil .Salil Cottage on upper Main 9 Miw Hki.rn S.utuit is quite hick. J V. K. Pillion Ifl visitlilK tit Crub street, eoiiUilnlni; Sbnatou Caiilislk, who is as proMil- -. location loom. we foundly versed in couatitutional law as pood. Mlse Uccio Urclwrtl. Senator Blackburn is profoundly ignoMit. B. VaxAusdalk linn noun (jnita yon, we Tiioau owlnu me accounts iuq oarnost-l- rant, has written a lutter against the new Ih bettor. ill, but roju8tod to come forwnrd and settle. coiiatitution. which we publish else Dn. John M. C.io,of Mlllirfibitrv, I iiood money and uiuat Iiarv iU H. C. where. yt'Htonlny. 0 Hit ploy. Mkb. Su.i.ui Bkhhtma.v is visiting Mil G. I). MiCoLU'M, of Junction I iiavuh uic Htovk of bilU'ulow, B. Mrltobnrta. Jlrs. Citv, was hero yesterday. Ho tolls us , and and will Bull tlipm at that ho is improving his iiobd In many Mm.W.0. WitAMMnml Mrs. B. K. We goods. You've pricue which defy couiielitlou. Joo fe'av wayn and will devote more nttuntiou to Wwiruu nt Cnib Orcliitnl. We to you,, Mh. K. I DrnmiKAU Itift ywjtiinlny to era uce, Jr. tho business in future. In fact he in.. we tnko u run on the Main l.im. Mk I). J. Au'onV telfrt us Unit it has tends to put it on u basis equal to any in you, be Mil. K. C. Walton is awny down in if . ben derided to give the school at Tur tiiis suction. the wiMri of Ptiliiski this wook. to nersvilltf to Mitw Mary Kay. Thin will Si'kakino. President C. M. Clay and Dit. . 0. Mohuan is at KitiKSvlUo for fiottltt nil tho troubles, wo mu lad to say. Hon. W. B. Smith for and Hons. John we n w'k nroclii'iiiK hia jiroft'iwioii. S. Ithoa. H. J. Breckinridge, and FonMil ani M iti. 0. 0. Oolim s, Jk., of cluaky are raroly need-oi- l and be taine F. Bohhitt against the new constiliaro byon up on a vtolt to teU- for tho in July, but they haru to who Ji WA Y: One to speak, at tho tution are announced tlVt'H. fuw days. A cold wave follow oil tho e lo ('iiaiilh.1 'I'insumy, of Burbowr-vill- lait goods here Monday. Fvory man Mil 'of protty ulrls horc- - rain, causing thu mnrenry to drop below w ho cm come to tow n ouxbt to make it Come ih vfMtltiK th book. n)ou. a point to hear tliem. The issue is one MiifiB Asnim.Sthai-- hik! Iurn Kin;: In a rucKiit imnns of thu Andetaon of tnutsrendant imortouce and should hnvf returned from a f sit to Mine Annie News our formar county man, Ftirria It. receive the earnest attention of oath . Anlilock. Fukmd, Ii) , baa a wall w ritten article voter. .1. M. llt'HHAKti la iittHinliug tho Mm. aliibt tiia now constitution in general On tho mornings of July 21st to 25th A. Mouthurn ICdncuUonnl AHMcintio'i Haul-iitt- ! ami the dunaeleea cry aaintt corjiora-tiou- a inclufcive, the L. A: X. will run a special Main Street, Stanford, Ky, niANES at Chattanooga. in particular. train daily from Junction City and from Mil AKn Mum. Job Coitky and Mihs London to Richmond and return on ac A (tKRMAX youth, named Bodner, from Sam Blankinsbip, a stranger, was raf ENTRAL UNIVERSITY Klla May SmiudprH have arrirml and hid count Mudibon Count v Fair, train to killed by lightning in Madison. Scibntifil, Commercial amj Junction City, Ml from tho pnsoongor - 1'orUnan at hniuu at tinllotn. .1 unction City and Iindon in time leave A Full Faculty of Ae ami exprrirnc t mi n, c.i. h i in liimlepartmeQt. At McComb Citv, Miss., L. K. Ford, i MueSrK li. CJoonKY left yfatcrday fur train between North Fork and Ci ravel to nrrive at Bicliiiioud about !1 a. it , reRichmond, the cograt hi ul centre nfthr Malt, in the heart of the region, 1,0c feet Ijikr CliuuUuqiia, X. Y., in coin puny Switch, breaking his arm and otherwise turning each day after exhibition is over. inventor of tho Ford Whltworth car .lMvi the trie frmn mal in i, fc hnur )v rail trum l.omtvillo, Cincinnati, Knoxvllte anil Chatinjuring bun. llewni atauding on tho rouplpr, shot and killod the town mar- tanooga Kefined anil honitatl' communitv and students fun) homes in the best famtln - an Memowith soma frit'iulu from Shelbyville. rial Hall. faru for the. sold at platform when he lotl bid balance. Tickets will bo Attendance UK session 4 ,1, Irum 29 State, Territories and countries. shal. Hav. as'ii Miw. It. B. Maiioky and lit- rear rouud-tiip- , good returning until July 27 . Now Oynaslum More than J100.000 added to the endowment lat year. Stuart Taylor and other aold last Klghty-tWendowed kchularsliips for the hcntfit of worthy, poor jonnj men. f tle Mnrit', of Columbia, T(!tin.,ari8poud-iok- ' Mh, J. O. Siuei.iw, thu energetic gon-o- W. W. Benn, T. A. fnr tuition, hoard, wahuiif and ncrvant attention moderate $17 to ISxponseS J week 10,000 buhols of wheat at S5 cts., Next Session open Wednesday, beptember 9, i&,i. a lew wcoVch with Mr. and Mr. A. B. agent of the Buckeye mnchimi.s, was f L, H. BL ANTON, D D., Cliancollor. WinchesFor. atiloue apply to 1'oiitm vn HoiiK. .Mr. Joo Coiiey and to Brent Brothers, of Paris. IVnny. over from Lexington this week. He Mm. M. 11. Tra.vin, of IxHilmilk', a tells us that his agents havu sold --IS ma- his excellent wife havu taken chargo of ter Democrat. Luther Jones, a young farmer who ubtar of Mr. .Imiiii W. Hoppur, of thu chines in this county so far and t lint they the I'nrtinan limine, and will run it was whipped near Bloomington, hid., ever. It is m nt Orftb Oichnnl aro good for half a dozen or more yet. as good if not Mter than and put in by White Caps a few nights ago, died .prliiKB. papered ami refurnished MH Bkllh Mi i.i. mi loft for her home He is pretty well Hitistlod and so aro all nice shape generally. Mr. CofFuy will from his injuries. who bought the Buckeye. at liiuiiHboro, C5a TmMiay, to epand tho Jim Murphy, while intoxicated, atmake a clever host, whilu his wife, who hummer. Maillu and Bon Holm HeroinSt'EAKiNd at HiaTo.sMLi.B. -- In has had considerable experience in ho- tempted to board a train at Lexington 1'Hiiiml bur. to a general dusiro and by re- tel matters, will attend to her part of tho and was thrown under the wheels and Mich I.ii.i.ik Pktti's, of KotmirM't, is quest, Judge It. J. Breckinridge writes business in a manner that will please all crushed to death. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY- Mies us to announce that lie will meet Hon. who put themselves in their care. See tho vm't of MIhh Nora The immense fur store of A. K. iVItiirt in a thit timelier and an Burkhnrdtit Co., Cincinnati, and the It. 1. Jacobs at Hustouvillo, next Satur- ad. in another column. youiin lady. adjacent clothing establishment of II. day afternoon, to disciiM the now constiCbntiu: Ou.Lw.tt Aiadumy iH now tho Geiershofer & Co. wero burned WedMiw. Aiihlk Wooiw, thu excellent tution. As both aro giftod in oratory a name of tho school that has been so sat nesday night. Tho Burkhardt buildOFFERS nt Ihistoiivlllu, wont up to brilliant battlo may be expotod. IKWtinnstor isfactonly presided over by Principal ing's wall fell, carrying with it tho Pape Crab Orclmnl yutorday with tin- - hope : : : : A mono the depositors in tho Moses James B. Walton for a number of years. ol iiuprovini; hoaltb. Manufacturing Company's building next Bros.' Savings Bank, at Montgomery, Attention in called to its announcement Tiiosi: loruly yoiuiK Indian, MifHw Ida door, and the walls of the latter wrecked For road, saddle and harnoh Horses, Mules, &c. is our young friund T. A. Bice, who had in another column, and especial notice and May Adam, pnssotl tiiroui;h the Steinway piano building. There on route to Waukwha, Wis., $1,100 to his credit. Tho institution sus- is directed to the homo boarding and wore no accidents. The loss is about fc"No fee for exhibition. Competition open to the world. Send pended Monday with liabilities of $500,-00- training department, which will bo un whoro they will Hpouil tho Hiiiiunor. K. V. L1LLARD, Sec'y, for catalogue to but it is said that thu depositors will dor tho especial control of tho principal, Mu. K. A Chilton, who has tlm Baton Rouge, La., was visited by a V. K. WALK MR. li cedent. Lancaster, Ky. for i ho street improvomunta at be fully paid. A great many railroad who is now enlarging his residence in destructive storm Monday. Many houses Ho My men, we. learn of Supt, MeKiuuuy, were order to accommodate the growing Loudon, was down yoUrdny. were blown down, including the Statu on his apace. Prof. Walton has prison, where over 50 convicts wore CICTi RR ?1 OTh that Mr. It. C. Ford continues veiy low. CHtight with all their savings. && E3 P M.MM jn demonstrated his ability as a toachur, caught and buried in the, ruins of the M. .1. 1. MtKtSNitY, of the M. Sirr. To thk 1'kn. SberifT Mat. Moore, of H Division of thu - & K. with hondqunr- - Whitley, and four deputies passed to ami with an able corp of teachers, he is building. A dor.en or more prisoners prepared to guarantee wore killed and nearly 10 were injuied, Ura at Montsoinory, and IiIb handsome Frankfort Tuesday with Sidney Lewis, more than ever wife, the tnlontotl Katydid, nro uueHta of who will spend the remainder of his satisfaction. some of them fatally. The tow boat Mr. A A. Me Kinney. Smoky City, had her cabin blown oil days in the penitentiary for the murder Little Catherine, daughter of A. T. jolly and killed or injured. I.Aitin KKKriL tl C.rr. of his father, Judge Wilson I.ewia in OaritherH, of Lexington, died at lier and st viral of her crew KoutlemHii who nin thu clever Harlan; John Howard, for killing Craig, Mrs. Lou Si.anks, Tuesday even train for a lonii time, has been 15 years, L. Trabue, manslaughter, 21 Runt's, NEW ADVEUTISFMENT. ) years. She was nn aged promoteil to a faul piuMunuor train on years; Frank Smith, forgery, 1 years, ingof llux; child and a lovable one bright tho main lino. Capt. Ittco taken his ami Sain Suiodley, robbery, '1 years. All unusually Tho remains wore Color in every respect place hero. from are young men under '25 and none of taken to Shelhywlle Wednesday aid Mihm Mattib Panton rutiirnod Oils; placed by tho side of tho mother, who BnlFalo, Wyoming, Wwlmwlay. Slio them b.id looking. S'lANKOKD, kY , to her yielded her life in giving birth liaN been principal of tno HIkIi School Mr. It. C. Win ran, who Thhm'aks. Prsi'r, there, and after coinmeuceinent took a says he has been literally lurnod out on first born. " NEWSY NOTEST" toirof Colorado and interesting pointH the commons, had Nauuiu Mituhell, now id otliei Mates Georgia Weaver, Arthur Uuttoii, Bill hi II itrl. renovated and relurmthod, lo The Pulaski Alliance has nominated la iiiv liuruc "till intend to conduit it .. Lee and Preacher Williams, all. colored, CITY AND VICINITY. not only maintain lit nin rcpuuit.uu, hpecial aciommiHla-tioW. L. Ynncey for tho legislature. to Its Ioiir Il.t oi tncnd. arrested for stoal'iig and carrying away for .ommercial trti biers and hno rooms for Of the.Missouii editors interviewed, I'ikvkk call and pay your account his fence, and they had their examining to do all kinds And JKWKLRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Ike- r thcdlp) of amnlo. against him. i: are for Cleveland to A. A. Wanen. trials boforo Judge Caison Wednesday. of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. Saloon A First-Clas- s Democrats of Marion county have 000 brick. B. K. A- Tho women wero released and Duttou Foil C. Spalding for thu LegisPrescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, AdU.l..AUDa.nlOOmoa,,a and Lee discharged on the evidence, nominated C W. H. Wearen. day and night. Preacher Williams alone being held. He lature. Foil S.U.K. A A fellow named Macklin murdered was immediately tried before Judge n ami set of Br Fixtures, nice walnut, and a jury anil lined $50, which he George Weishrodt at Bine Lick in thu s condition. Will sell cheap will have to work out. Dealer In l'orenjn .V I) imcslic in coldest blood. Address G. I). McCollum. Junction City, between their wives led A quariel LIQUORS, Ky. Mil M. F. Huiiiunii, who married a to the killing at Tyrone of John Hatch-etand Milwaukee bottled A kermali's f who was shot by J ines Travis. Funic The Sunday schools at Row- Miss Menofee, wandered oil from homo beer, IM Jelferwin tlrpcl, bet Floyd and Having Removed My Stock Devine, of Mercer, crazed I'reHon, I.OI'ISVIU.R, KY Steam bottled Mattel-soland and Walnut Flat will enjoy a pic- in a moment of mental aberration, and warranted to keep six months My Roods search was found by Sam with terrible pains in his stomach, cut beer, be found at the I'nrtman House saloon and after some will nic in Harry Dunn's grovo 166m at Fernll Hrcs' , Rowland 11th. All the children are invited and Menofee in Lexington. Ho could givo his throat with a riuor and will die. aro 12 bodies unaccounted for biiug well- - no reason for his action, except that ho There grown people too who will was haunted by the fear that he and his who were in tho Ravenna wreck Friday. : tilled baskets. family would starve to death. .Mr. Her- This brings the list of dead up to IV). Hack to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can! Grovo, two miles The school at Locust ring is a great sulleror from catarrh, tiarrard Circuit Court An operator made a mistake and ran town on the Lancaster pike, will bo which coupled with tho fuut that ho lias from All kinds of produce taken .against Jesse Nance's sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. freight trains together at Newburg, !,!. Nairn. Heirs, 1'ltTs Dclts. Heir, taught by Mrs. Bettio Kubanks, who been working exceedingly hard this two killing live men and wrecking many ; ()., lly irtue ol a juddinent of the tiarrard Circuit tn exchange. will open It next Monday. The build year, when really not able to do so, lins l'lirsCouit at the ebrusr) term iSyi, i said court i will on ' in the above styltnl caxu ing has just been completed and with its impaired his mind. He was better yesKighteen soldiers wero furniture cost $500. terday, and his friends hopo that the while practicing the construction of a pontoon bridge acrots the Aar river, or thttrcaliout being thetst da) At i o'clock p. Si it W. F. MiClahv tells us that out trouble is only temporary. Berne, Switxrland. nf ihc lul term lioi. ol thu Lincoln to court of 2 teachers examined, six failed to at jiiibln.am.ton before Jim Tall, thu meanest ugro ever Tho Bank of Commerce, of Shollield, sell lo thes highest bidderStantnrd, K , the follow-n,door in the certificates, four raised in Stanford, pass, none got is in forit till Cir- Ala., has closed doors, having been forcdecribrt property or LANDS t Situated aninx waters at Haui;itij: Fork, in Linonly 2d class, and the rest lid class. The cuit Court at least. Tho other night he ed to assign by tho failure of Mosin coln count), and bounded thus Itepiiiiilii at a fi0 diilicult that sovoral a questions lluiionville was teasing a little boy who worked Bros.' bank at Montgomery, with which ttase in the centre if the Stanford allotted turnpike ami comer to the porliuli toC. who had been getting first class wero re- under Henry Roddick, when thu latter Y Nance, theme fc.no poles lo a corner J7 it was closely connected. to second. Tho colored teachers came along and took him away. stone to same and (iUeiu; tbem.eS jjJ4 K63 poles duced k The Banner Warehouse at Chirks-vill- 8 links to a stune onus's line and corner to N 74 K 17 poles to a stono corner will bo examined went to tiie colored hall a d on his Term., owned by U.S. Barker, of (ivens theme B.iiiic and Hiram Crai; thence N iM V 57 to Mason's Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, was caught by Till, who nearly Louisville, was burned with l.SOO hogs- ik1 is link tou stone cointr to Crai: thence N Foil Luk. Theio being no further return poles 5 links to ;' K Atwith same N jVC the 6center of the pilwi jerked bis arm oil. lie kicked Tall for heads of tobacco. The total loss is about thence llef'rig-erator- s, poles; thence N 6,j W show for n new trial for Ben Gooden, V 4 poles: thence S 58OJ V 4 Kiles; thence N ij!j V murdered tho marshal of Finoville, his familiarity, when Tall whipped out 171,000, partially insured. poles: thence S who V u poles; thenco S 70 Coolers, V j8 10 links to the a knife and slashing it acioss Roddick's yester-daW j a poles ; thence .s Tho stockholders of tho L. & X. Jio was taken to the penitentiary containinu 68 acres and 16 pole. throat, camo near severing thu wind- Iiavb decided to increase tho capital beinninx; Said sale will bu madnoiia creilitof 6 spend thu Terms: by Shot-ill- Sluslier to of thtt purchaser bonds and his natural life, which liurd pipe. Tho examining trial was held be- stock from $48,000,000 to not exceeding with u months, security,required the force and efhaving approved fore Judge Carson Wednesday, when the $05,000,000, for tho purpose of paying fect ol judgment with 6 per cent, interest thereas it is, is Biunll atonement for the cowon from date until paid and a lien reserved upon murder ho committed. Ho has above facts being proven, Jim was sent for tho Kentucky Central and other im- the land until all the purchase money is paid. ardly & G M. DAVISON, M.C. L.C. C, to jail inMefault of $100. 46 portant purchases. been confined hero since Ida aontonce. nun, lUm tt--, Miu:it tlutt nil tsHvorwiiro. wntclius, liouulitHt A. It. Penny's will Our Elegant Assortment of Dry Goods. Shoes, Clothing, Carpets, Straw Malting, Oil Cloth, Hats and Gents3 Fu.r-aishi- uo Nothing like Hoi.ii m m HAVE YOU HEARD Thai tliinU that make mistake. have got the want money. are offering tlis stock at prices way down, the mention of which will have made a y I .. m nur-ry- t) IT'S A FACT phii-tons- . OvutH-OAT- Mi-H'o- Ih-c- ii e. Court-houp- exchange with von will call at oar store will and if such inducements on will offer glad acccept our terms. Crne and inspect our stock and. buy what yon are in need of and will both happy. buys $20 GIVEN fine Hooking Chair each customer goods from us. Jt is not necessary buy all these worth at one time. Eggs bought at highest market price at in and get your got the ri V v h THE LOUISVILLE rilEIAraSKY. AM) GABRIfi pei-ial- STORE Proprietor. Mue-Urasn 3aiin&crs. "l"iwrtStfS?i5?. ci.iai, i 1 O nd 1 Ooarior-Joiirini- l, bu-in- g Garrard -- Co.t Stock Fair . tuvoin-plhiho- LANCASTER. - - KY., July 17th and 18th, '91, An Attractive List of hr Premiums y'H-t-rda- y 0, ooii-tra- ct do-rnn- t I- w ybt Itielt-moii- d I Has the Newest and Latest Styles of Wall Paper, of Alabastine; HOUSE, Every Shade and The Best and Purest WliileLead and Eeady Mixed Paints and Neat's Carriage Paints; JOSEPH COFFEY, Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil- PORTMAN I I I m verware, Watches, Clocks 1 - Sai.b.-:S50,- six-pock- Fool-Tabl- e Var-no- 1 llrst-clas- t, WINES AM) REMOVED -- ( Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, NW Commissioner's:-- Sale. tions, Etc., j - ii 1 1 Monday, July i.jtli, i89r, 111. lourt-hou- B. :e IROTTT. n-- ur 1 SEASONABLE GOODS. ' llrst-clat- s B A. S Red-dic- e, to-da- 111 Grass Hooks, Machine Oil, Farm Bells Lightning Fruit Jars, "' Grain Cradles, Mowing Blades, Leonnard White Mountain Water B. S. -tr: y im A Freezers, UuicSall. Cement, Plaster Paris, Plasterer's Hair. W. H. WXARXU. 1 f- .. ., W IV TPr jy Interior Jourm: AT ley's PPM- - ?fr BARBOURVILLE, KNOX COUNTY. A Collection at Church. Urother DIri-s- I' Tho Rev. Mr. Hoj-jfli- n r tniiP of nerve. Then? Wits 11 cry of fire In his church Suiitlny, unil for n second or two lie cntim near Kivim? way to this panic himself, but ho collected his wits nnd (lis Semi-Week- ly Published Evory Tuoaday and Fr day rVhen nc--t so paid $2.50 wJl e charged. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train icntr Rowland at s 7.00 n. m., returning missed the congregation. Tho IteY. .MK lioggitw (envious of l)gs) Collected hlswit-s- l ya, lie's 11 way grow blliiK about tho smullness of his collections. IJetrojt Free Prms. 1 Mayor S. B. Disliman spout the first of tho week in Covington. (Juite n pleasant social party was civen at the ii'Milence of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. Tinsley, Thuisilny night of last week. OSice S Dr. A. S. PRICE, Dr'jtf More, Manfrrd. THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE I DR. I.. B. COOK, PHYSICIAN OHuprver on Main SUHOhOV DENTIST. 11. McRobms' street, gnr . LIME AND BRICK. Cumberland Valley Land Company Are notified thit thoie will tc i pWtion held at the rirt Nation tk itt)K, AND SURGEON, STANFORD, KY. Jatnr. 11 tons Hie Mi Rolfrts, lmc M'He Residence, Dwens property at thejuiu lion ot Husand D.uillle pikes io4sn Somen lutt DHIVreiit. &n. local time card. 11 29 pm Mail trim going North " " South 3tpm 11311m Kxpresstrain " South ' ' North 147 am ....... Lscitl Freight North ..6500 supro South The latter trains also carry passengers. The above it calculated on standard time. Solar time is about 20 minutes faster For Boils, Pimples carbuncles, scrofulous sores, blood diseases, NvVslI, t?. Vi-r- -! eczema, and all other 11 p. m. m rT lrA'. J-- . .r-J- take Ah, this Is comfort nt last. Ayer's Sarsaparilla It will relieve and cure dyspepsia, nervous debility, and that tired feeling. imSM i. jS 12 p. Has Cured Others will cure you. R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. ...- ' 1 upstairs. nxtractins Office on Main Nitrous Oxide Gas gitcn for painless KENTUCKY. street, opposite Penman House, STANFORD. Mull. in. U tit V-r- this is different, iriiiilcitnnt. Clilcap) B!3' HOMEOPATHIC SALVE, I r Cures cut, brums, old sore, skin disrates, corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches, halter Vhereer it has burns, dew poison and bruic-been used it has giten wonderful satisfaction and its propensity lor removing soreness is remarkable. Numerous testimonials will be secured and pleasant," Interrupted the other. "You will appear in this space at a later date. Made are the same man who told me the same and sold by to6-istory two weeks ago." J. H HIGC.1N5, Stanford, Ky. "Are you sun'1" "Certainly. You told It to me two weeks ago nnd I gave you a dime. You told it to me ngiiin about 11 week ago and I guvo you a nickel. It is very unpleasant to discover J. H UREER, Proprietor, that I have leen victimized." "Oh, hut you haven't, sir." - "But you are asking me for more money." "Yes, but I hlmply made a mistake. You First-clas- s accommodations at reasonable rates. Open day and night. Sample room and goodlitcry are the fat man with tho bald head. I was looking for the fat man with a cane. It's a in connection case of mistaken identity. If I'd known It A U Lanham. was you I should have had a ditrcrcnt John It. Cnstleman s yr As n fat, good natured looking mun vrn. the City Hall park last eveuinij cro.-ihe was accosted by a man who buau: "Sir, you don't know how it grinds mo to be compelled to nsk for chnrity from a perfect stranger, but under the circumstances I am obliged" "This is very unpleasant, sir, very un- THE SHELTON HOUSE, Rowland, Kentucky. yi-o- tu ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. 13AKBEB&0ASTLEMAN MANAGERS, story." "Ah yes I see. Well, here's a dime, but don't attempt to deceive the public. It's very unpleasant to be deceived very unpleasant." M. Quad in Xew York Eveu-In- g Commerce Building, Louisville. Journal. Agents throughout the South World. Unpnrcloiintilo Iliiileiiest. Miss Maria Oh. ay, ma, I happened to Bay something to Jennie Figg about our cook being 11 widow worn in, and she sayn "w idow woman" kinder low to herself, and then snickered. I wonder If I said anything out of tho way? Mrs. Gastruek Of course you did. You ought said "widow lady." Ain't you never going to learn no manners? Indianapolis Prlnon W. A. TSISBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD. KY tho Texa penitentiary, at Huntsvllle. to a newly arof Said the superintendent Statistic. The Baptict ehureli tlenoininnt on thip city, assisted b the citizen?, gme of quite a picnic here Saturday, the 4th. The programme consisted of "egg races," " gieased pip lacewi" " greasy jiole olimhing," ami nueh other umusements of an exciting nature as individuals might 8iigg st. Mibs Ada Walker, of Mudison county, is visiting the family of Dr. Burnmile here this week. Conpresstnnii Wilson is back from Washington nntl Old Point in better health thnn foi the laat eiglit months. Jutlge Holt, of the Court Df Appeals, Frankfort, wns in the city Hie find, of the week. Mm. Holt accompanied tho judge. lion. L. J. Crawford, of Newport, republican candidate for nttornev-gem-r-tilulilref-seu quota of the citienu of Tues-diie Knox county at the Crawford had iindouhl-edinight. Mr. learned how Mr. Huston's remntks on the merits of the new coiiFlitution wore received hero last week, from the fact that he did not devote much of his speech to showing up its beauties. Hon. Homy Huston, republican adcmdidato for lieutenant-governordressed n number of the citizens of Knox county last week. Mr. Huston attempted to show up some of the beau-tit- s of the new constitution, but left his remarks so open for the opposition that the Hon. John H. Wilson was com. plled to answer a few of his " beautiful features " nnd he did so in a manner much more satisfactory to the people than was Mr. Huston'3 indorsment. Mr. Huston went from this place to 1'ineville, where ho talked to tho citizens of Bell county. A game of base hall was played here Sitimlav between the home team nnd the l'iueville team. The game was intensely exciting throughout and. when the regular number of innings weru played, the scores were tied, then an other inninv had to he played. live scores. took the bats and made This looked rather difeourngiiig for our boys, but when they got tho bats on the the. firat man made a home-ruThe fceeond man made a first ball. home on u "thieo bagger" and luck seemed to " passed ball." Then change nnd our boys made no more "tallies," hence Pinevillo wusSahoad. Hon. John H. Wilson addressed tho coloied people of this county on tho 1th on tho subject of the new constitution, the occasion being that of a regular old fashioned 4th o July celebration. Ma jor K. W. Freeman had nunouueed that he would address the people at tuo same time upon the same subject, favoring tho adoption of tho uow constitution, hence tho colored folks asked Mr. Wilson to talk to them also and when in tliH course of his leinarks Mr. Wilson said that ho believed the colored men ol Knox county would come out next August nnd vote to u man against this measure, they yelled in one voice, "You is right?" ""That's my ticket!" "Goon! " and like expressions of approval. l, d I will dclhcr Mine at 13 Cent j B11O1W In I queasier, Stanford and the e ')'.r k1 riiitrd, Prick I will also kad on iar at I r" nt 75 cents n hundred (.i re iilm-ic- . a, 6m t'KkD kltt, LurK Cr Onhard. STANFORD, - : -- ON : KENTUCKY THE I 1 RILEY F. n. HOUSE, Lot on Main Street in Stanford Containing lit- site - cimev IK V. ALTON, Slaaford to my new Hotel and am hotter hive nine I)i rot tors for the Comnanv; and at ntepartd than evei to acmmmodatp the public. pl the sane Iihih.iii'1 the old ltoaruof tlircctar I.ivery ittarhi-- l andesery cnmcnience tit r inuual w.rinn will hold their re.-u-l All the tired lint me a can. tuemhetsaf ihf lkaid r; earnn.tlv to FRANK RII.EY. f7 be present VIXCKN r UORKINC. , 1IDCKEK, Serrear-- , J.S ! C. Land Co k rT To Wednesday, July 15, 1891, London, moved vle.l niLEY, Proprietor, - - Kentucky. (i.J rinsul Prt V-r- mi. W. J3. PENiW, IlC-'JEj- ;; 1C-.- E as Ml nvi I a 1 Dentist. Oilice South side Mm Mrct. in olriie recent!) vacated by t)r. L, K Ilutlman, Stanford, Ky s We will Ocliwr ict ach ATCT1 eSTirlKicV For Salo Twenty lluJUlin H. I Iols Under 50 Pounds 1 cents, ovnr 00 and under 100 1 cent, over 100 is oia cent. M. F. ELKIjX & CO., 3 Court-hous- y In the corporate limits o KonUnd y J. DARST, KewlaaJ. tr Stanford, Ky. Twenty miles the Shortest to Making direct connections -- . M- - , SMAI I. KAUM, situated r llaukiiit Unmh about , mtls from Stanford, cmil.tulnt; a'n.ut Aires 10 aires la cultitation and all ll wtiti tJ H'Mik lis thrw rooms iveu July Isth Ajiply Id me on the nremisr- MKS E J MOCK u t for t am Eiuisra?. r...tn ..tins, i. XMU(ftTNATU dc Ccnlrsl I'niou in New York, Nishinglon HiillaU, Detroit, CleteUod. IliJlsnaiwliv anU the ct, New ui.alnl, Canada, 1 ..... '".,or iMKinan I'oints. inuago, K Iiik Richmond, Lest time in Quickest line to Haltimi re, 1'lnUdtIfhia, llarrodst.ur j, I ranVfoit, K IK(.INIA Shmtrst an. I.oston, W3SX.I. BOHX3KTG ell preMr to born walls ami vrtt do the wV. in 11 ok1 manner and protnptly NIUW ((DBJLlliJAKS, cars nna miu rsim, caKIE'. enrv, cos. he. Pullman ir sicrixis thiough withr", outthant; tiaChalixn o, liirmiiiirham, Mertd Ijo makini; direct toiiii.. lions Knui. loute i if llnmJ. n,iKiujf ville, Asheville, Lym hi ori; and en -- iru in the Inr At One Dollar a Foot. Call o Mtt or address me at Stanford, Kentucky 1.. T. SMiril. I for Ailanta, Cnlumbus, Wilmiri At Cbattanot-cn, Charleston, Aucusta, Macon, Ssvanns1, Ilriinsxisk, Lake City. Fhowastillt and Fl.Oltt DA ixmhis 1 Si idy line Mr3SHS I KOTJTSE, r.s Pultntan in' P. W GREEN. Proprietor base recently taken charge m this Hotel and intend kcpin it at its ptesant hih stam'trd. Sic.ial atteat.un Riven to the tMteliu? pilJIK First-Clas- . , t'leaasmrilai , nu inr riomal nh Hniiij remote''' . r tlntrl ill ni-- jvlili- - line hi ir ii) tiling lliey miy llmlieii ' uailr! in tafl I.r.ANi without Itoustnn, Ausli i, J J xSI TH'iMPiiN. 11 IrC r i im' ,r,iS r Shop t i LiiJ immtl ia, t 1 R.r.or Sslsna - e Cm li- .Memphis nnd RK ANSAS pomls e ins, Mo N..Oimt nI Mickx-- t t.i Aiinwinti bile Pn.ct i). nun u. snaaia at NEW OR rhsietirc bi!;. and Mort(nry. tviihuut ctcana lor na) cia niny; .olid trairs witb i hot e i.r IV. ac. Mtvpinar Cars to Jatk-Meivill- c of p.. sen KuntsvllU, Decatur, onikibus trsnsfer fur Gvltcstan ma K tol. Pine-villi- s Sample Koom FIRST NATIONAL BANK In connection Also Or Th.onlj Austin San TEXAS, MEXICO AM) CALIFORNIA. thiough Ime t Js.k-o- u and n. kiburg, M.M. , Shtptcport I t , msliiif direct r. liiiei.tioni within I rmin'.us ,it ai.s'rr ..r Dallas 1 rt Worth, ' Anl-ii- I'a- -i anU p ml s in Pool and Billiard Parlors. hlANHJRU. n Capital Stock 3200,000 - f Attention of the public is invited to the fact l tht-- only NalMinal in Stanford LrHler the provHionsof the Natiossal Hank Act. by the capital I have finished in new Saw Mill on the deiMnilni are secured n only Uabllil) lor an mWe, 7 milvs Imm bt.mfcml and an1 prepared stock, but b the stockholders tofurni.hauy kind f I.LM11ER, SHINULKh r amount equal to the stock, to that drrwttitfr ( t will sell the Ac ,at LOttEsl l'RICKS. this iHttilulion are tcrur.d bs a fund ofSao,e orn sutMnerils t the condition of tn. bank at the mill or delis er. to suit purchasers. Give Fit e are nisdeeach )wrto the I'uiud Stales govern-met- it tnc a trial lWotluc. MAY WOOD. K V r will dellier avd chestnut shinies at and its assets are tiammed at stalest trtues b) EOternmcnt agents, thus MMimi; additional llnwland at l 2j per.M j! y A B. 11ASTIN and perfect safety tn depotitu This institution, oriinily titabliseiecl as the Deposit Isank of Stanlord in t M. then and as the National Hank ol Stanford ih the Pint Numsvil dank ol cam in HS, has had pnsclically an uninterFinding tint 1 can Bot wake a decent llvnii hy I Stanlordexistcnceof rupted it ear Ills batter su poised dmng a credit business, I li.ne decided to a all now with facilities for transacting bstMoets prompt aiwl wajim maUmc 1) of my and liberally than ever before to Its loMa; Hd and repainu; for tash, and for cash only Ily honorable career Account of corporation. pet work done cheaper as pajritt cash you can firms and Indttidual respectfully saslic-te- d well as asiHd the humiliation of tuts Ihk statement smU tT IM.t t; I t" f Tls ciwrt' The Directory ! this llaak U coeapoeed at ii A w i i i .. rn.ws'J. .. ii K. I Potter, afStanfoni; Bastin's Saw Mill. Son-rr-s- Surplus that thic IG.SOO TEXAS, ARIZOIIA.MEXICO.CALIFORHIA. Por thr.iucti rxtit corrait c uuiv mam sad in' information tll on A(eot at luinil,n t lir. Kt HtAS(cU I t(HJII.L, oraddrass Agl , etmcton. Ks Tiar D Mil I.ER D G EDWARDS. t,. 1. , r A., Mnner . ! !'. lln. iaiLniu Cl .IF (V ARK r.ult.'f.. I . lum-he- jsroHTKiarEST, THK 4 1 Sian-fordo- 4J-,- FOR CAS5I ONLY. csy ij Louisviiic a NatHvmc Is 11. H. ft. Sdsv-ci.n- e line f. r jou, asiis nr!!!.! 34-i- lt-- t H(uciviirrt ixj. T.J Double Daily Trains Make clo-- ForoatsM Held, I.sskoIn county ; couliei tiors at TA22ES TOTAX-l'AYKlt- I TA.22BS OK 1 1 Y FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. rived delegate: "You have the privilege of working nt any trade you prefer." George D. Wearen has bought "I'd like to keepondrlvin cattle to Kan- bushels of w bent at 73 cents. sas." M. F. Elkin & Co. bought of David Another gentleman in the same instituwauted to be a sailor. Texas SSiftings. Thompson n lot of fat heifers at'Ji. tion for liji 1 am prepared t collect you 1 Imr school in tn collect Inr i district!. hoi Lome prepared to pa all at una time tt' will tty to lie hrst to thai every with me or one of my defuties lie Richard M . Mcncfee Ntwlaitd, Samuel J. N MKNKFEE. ShniH oi Lincoln C. L',000 5(.,m 1 tax-pay- er S tas COl Iluydoa, Stanford J J. S. H Ilanebman, l.mcola M. J. MINor, 1t Vceocn. S. T. HarrU Lincoln; J. S. Hotter Stanfatss: G. A. I.acVay, I.lncoloi T 1'. llill.StanfHfd; O. Welch, Stanford. AV P. Tate.hunrord. V. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Far .ill poirU THROUGH IICKrTS n I. HAGWACh CHICK I.I) IHKOl (.11 Or For any information enquire cf J A I Ageil, StanP.rd Kt Trav Pass AKent Junction C ty, K W. OFFICERS: FARM FOR J3ALE. 1 J. sit- 3. Ilotk-ar-, John J. McKobarts, Caahiar; A. A TARO ID SOAP, , sr ( k r ij uater and locility healthlu' , Artdres. ilk-- , ky Dans J J.SAMt-kL2, im Rev. Ben Helm sold his horse to P. a roach In it. considerably les.s Sl'-'- o, wMiiinuf., flran swa sssijui isu Second Boarder That proves the truth W. Green for of an old maxim. than he gace. mSmn rJLaanrS iiiXi.msJ ranbets First Boarder In what way. land Forty acres of good blue-grns- s SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, Second Boarder That all things como .1. S. Murphy, ituated in a beautiful valley Oil I)n Rlsei, about for rent." to him who waits. Detroit Freo Press. SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &C. of bianford, ntir the county road :t 4'jimlc-Heas- t from Goshen to the SI anford ami I'ltaih Sr., Stanfoid. Itwdlnc PRICE 50 CENTS. Ills First Hrle-fIndia, it is estimated, will produce eisvllln pike, v.111 be open for those seeking a nui s t Send three Btarhpa for free eamplo First Young Burrister Allow me to con- 110,000,000 poBtulb of tea during the et, plrfaiit und liil,tlilul Summer Hewittto gucsis accommodations will be furnished box and hook. gratulate j 011. I saw j on this morning and, as the Springs hac been sary recently open coming season. Amoni; the mack, the txrins will he reasonable hurrying along to the assize courts with a ill Imdancmc, liontliic, fishlnir, ny brlefbag in your hand. So your first client Tho ciop of winter and spring etc ainu.bmeiits will meet whin Carn.ue suesis nt Rowland with a has come? wheat this yar in Kansas is estimated notified The ion ot l3oi will opm can be Second Ditto (w ith a look of satisfaction) Grand Picnic Juno 19. lcrms for board bushels had by addressing ' Yes; my tailor has taken out a summons to yield oI.liOT.Wa J K. COOK. Pror., Stanlord, Hy. as Roller Mills were payThe itandford against me! Moudo Umoristico. ABSOLUTELY PURE, ing 7o centH for wheat yesterday. Ovei . FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATrVj Stood the Test. 5,000 bushels havo been bought nt that. Co. Mrs. Gofrequent You needn't grumblo AND NURSERY PURPOSES. '& 1). li. Cress, of Rockcastle, sold to about the prico of this liounet, Alfred. It 10 hogs TAH-OI- D CO., Chicago, 111 was tho finest ono on the street yesterday. Andrew Thompson, this county, OF STANFORD, KY., Meek Husband How do you know, my atllcts., and Tlaheepat at S'.l to $4 a For sale by A. R l'euny and M, L lion me, head. dear? Stanford Is now fully organized and ready for business with Mrs. Gofrequent How do I know? 1 At Danvers, Mass., a horse tipped I hud it on and she over a beehivo in a pasture the other met Mrs. Gadabout while 5200,000. Paid up Capital of didn't speak to me. Chicago Tribune. any, and was set upon by the bees and 15,000. Surplus, . - - stung to death. Th Clsurette Question. Tho rich Lorilhird stakea were won "Don't you think smoking so niRny sxrsz .'vm- SUCCKSSOU to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL ii &&1. rr--Tr..:,- vz cigarettes hurts you?" ' by Montana, fctrathmeath'Jd. Judge MorHANK OK STANFORD, . . su .v tnnciinaiiu 11 -"Oh, I have no doubt of it. But there is winVW MW1MI row again distinguished himself, (Now closing up) with the same asset and under one consolation. It doesn't hurt me half management. tho GBS4 at much as it does tho cigarettes. "Detroit ning the Handicap, a mile and a furlong, ' Hy prosisionsofsame chatter, depositor are as Its Free Press. in 1.5(51. in National fully protected a ate depositor Hanks, Good cattle aro in demand in Cin- liable to its shareholder being held individually Too Dancions. the extent ot the amount or their stock f Lvfe,. iKivU Doctor There Is one thing more. Your cinnati, best shippers bringing 51. Com- therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the such shares. It may actas saw wifo'must not speak n word today. Tell mon grades are weak ; hogs are active amount invested in c, us fully as executor, administrator, trustee, individual. her that! and higher, tops being quoted at 5.10; anTo those who entrusted their bulsiness to us you mlud Hheep aro quiet at U to 4J; lambs aro Patient's Husband while mnagini; the Lincoln National Hank ol telliug her yourself? Dorfbarbler. dull at 4 to (5J. Stanford, seat here tender our manv thanks und they will continue to transact their business A Cincinnati Southern train set firo truit us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenwith Comlne utnl Oolite. to a field of 100 acres of wheat belong- tion to same, our twenty years' experience in Passenger (on outgoing steamer) The ing to J. B. Rhodes, near Burgin, and banking andas liberalHCCoiuinodatious as arc constcerago nppenrs to bo empty. Dou't Im- before the fiio could he put out about sistent with sound banking. migrants ever return to Europe? 30 acres of wheat and seven or eight UIHELTohs: Captain Often. But they go in the first acres of hemp in a field adjoining, beIF YOU WANT J J. Williams, Mt. Vernou; New York Weekly. cabin. .f sides 100 panels of fencing, were burued. J. M. Hall, Stanlord; The loss to Mr. Rhodes is $1,500. J, S. Owsley, bt.inford; A Total Loss. S.J, Embry, Staufcrd; AND A HAPPY COOK, USE Brlggs Did you hear about Robinson Morlt WinB. J. E. Lynn, Stanford; lcsng his now flannel shirt? A. W. Carpenter, Millcdgeville; Wedesire to say to our cltlieiw that for yean we Griggs Xo. How did It happen? r have been tallliiir J. K.llaughman, Hustonville; Brlggs He got caught in a shower. Consumption. Dr King's New Life Pills J. F. Cash, Stanford; Clothier and Furnisher. Arnica Salve ancfElectricsell litters, and hate well or William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. MADE BY never handled remedies thatsaUsfactlon. We the do hate given such universalthem every tjine.and we Iteullstlo Effect. S.H. Shanks, President. not hesitate to guarantee LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS Stage Manager (to the two aupors) J. II. Owsley, Cashier ntatid ready to refund the purchase price ifThese g result do not follow their use. purely Now, mind what you nro doing. This oven-inW.M.Hright, Teller COMPANY, great popularity you have got to represent the great ris- remedies have won their Penny, Druggut. J. H. llsujlimao, General in their merits A. R. LEXINGTON, KY. ing of the populace! Dorfbarbler. THE CHEAT HOUSEHOLD IU3ICDY FOR It Is True. First Hoarder Here I've waited an hour for soup, and nenv that It has come there's miles Irorn The Georgetown Times reports the uatixlonthe Knb Lick lurupike i llricht Stanford and known as the Old colt four days old at place Thelramc dwelling contains S omloruble Ride of a Dr. Sparks ,od repair lood all in rooms and ln-nr- wish to sell nrhatclv mv tnrm of 45 a r, McKinnoy, Assistant Cashier Kentucky CentralR.R. "ltlsXJK OltVrirf UOUTJC." ' j - 9J-- Ir S1.00O. OLD Newpcrt KT. ROUTE Trams to w cook's sPKxarGS Hrst-clas- Well-watere- Washington, Philadelphia oaniinoro, inc-- iurr., All points lUist and Southeast Only one li'k'ht out Irom I exinton. Corrected Time Card in Llfccl May li. itol. Nes A Vrtti.uu-- . hlid a ey Co ,"K. I). j Tho Sbortotit and Qulokuut Hotr.o from Central Kantucky to nil points North EisHt, Wost ivntl South-WoH- t. Faa l.lnnhfltivnnn Lnxlnetnn anri ninnln. jjiltl. THROIGH TRAIN- - CINCINNA Tl lO MID v DLLMtoRoui.Handjhi.i.ic. schedule in kfff.ct may io,is9i. I South-Houn- No. I. No. s 3 3 ;so I x . two-cen- J Farmers Bank&Trast It j. &f CREAM A mivr fflnraro ' tiv Eni ld rLEXINGTON.KY. KGOOD BREAD J CREAM FLOUR satis-facto- ry Hook-Keep- it s.sa.Oltte Jllllio 40 aj p rn.n o Ashland i is pm, Cailettiiburaj n ti, urritlng at a m Huntington la 50 pm v m Limited Express teates Lexington duly at 6 is p m pm, Winchester 700 Mt Sterling 7 jo, Olive Hill P in o r), Ashland 1030 Cailelttbur, ! a, arming nt p in lltinlingtim at tl 07 pm Arcojimudation, dailv, escapt Sunday, leates p in p m LexiiiKlon ai ; 4t pm, Win hmtur7iu. Mt. bter-lin7 41, urriting at Olite Hill at 10 pm. P 'n Accommodation, dallr except Sunday, leatos Lexington at 11 40am, Winchester n ya pm, Mt No. No. No.f. Sterling t 0$ pin Daily leave Olive Hill 645 am' Ashland 8 45 am, Catlettsbtut; y oi, arrltei Hunt ingtoti 9 35am. I.ve Mlddlesboro 0 js a in J..ve Livingston... 11 is a m WMt IlOlllltl Fast Mail leates iluntlnnlon dally at 600 am, Arr Richmond.... is 40 a in Cntluttsburg C ?s, Ashland 6 37, Olite Hill S 30, Mt I.ve Stanford 7 00 a tn . Lve a in v.7 3" Sterling 1027, Winc'iester 11 oj and nrritcs -: Arr Richmond. . 10 is a at is ot pin Limited I.xpros leaves Hun'lnlon daily nt ao f I.ve Richmond. . a 46 m 6 05 a m o. Olite Hill Arr Winchester. I 4a pin, CatlettsburK )u, Ashland m 65s a in 3 ot, Mt. Meillng 4 ,p, Winchester 4 j3 and arrives ,n Arr Paris a m 33 at Lexington at s 3011111 m 7 00 a in 3 43 l m Accouimodatlon, ilaily exiept Sunday, leaves Lve Lexlugton ... a 00 a 43 '" 7 S3 a in 4 5 P n Olite Hill 4 am Mt. Sterling 6 sj. Winchester I.ve Paris I.ve Falmouth..,,. 4 10 ml 9 j a ml c 30 p m 7 is and arrives at Lexington .it S 05 nm Covington.... 5 40 in 10 49 a ml 5 J7 p m Accommodation dally leases Huntington at 6 3s Arr pm, Catlettsburg 6 c.7, Ashland 7 10 and arrives ot Arr Cincinnati ... S 50 P in lo 55, a ml 6 45 11 m Sunday leates Mt S 55 pm." Except Olive Hill On thcMaysville Hranch, No 10, leave Paris ai Sterling at ao pm, Winchester . r 55 and arnt es a ja. A m 1 ei il KTn a -. uij, p arriving Lexington at 1 45 pm Maysvilleat 10 10, ",in, and 8 30, in, m. No. ai p 9 Limited Vvstibuled Express runs dally nnd has i..t...i.y..uitai 5 jo a m, arriving at l'an at Pullman Yestibuled Huffct Sleepers between Lou- 740, am. No. 11 leaves Maysville at 50 and isville, Lexington, Washington, New York and arrives at Paris at 4 io, p m. Thesa trains are Old Point Comfort. This tram is made part of the daily except Sunday. No Kdallytn all points except Rowland DIt celebrated which isdaily except Sunday. No. 1 runs dally from Lexington to Cincinnati. No, a runs daily East of Huntington on the C, A-- (), Route No. s runs daily from all stations except the Fast Mail Trains run (Lilly except Sunday between Lexington and Huntington. Make direct Rowland Division, which is daily except Sunday No. 3 daily except Sunday. Huntington with C ti O.: ut Ash connection at No 4 daily between Cincinnati and Lexington. land wuh S. V. R ! at iuchester with K C. R No. 43 Paris and Lexington Accommodation d liR. north and south bound, and at Lexington with ly. Leaves Lexington 10 00 a. m, Artitts Paris L. ri N , L. S. nnd C , N. O. A-- T. P. Railroads. Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily, 10:45 a- - "i No 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leates Cincinexcept Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and nati 5:10 pm Arrises Falmouth 7 03 p in daily from K. C points and nt Lexington with L. except Sunday, R. R. for Louisville. No. 7 Leates Falmouth 600a in. Arrives CinLexington and Ml Sterling Accommodation cinnati 7 55 a m daily except Sunday. runs dally except Sunday, and makes direct No. a and 6 make connections at Winchester for to mid from Middlesbrnt Wlncheiler ough and Richmond, and at Lexington with L. S. points on the N. N. X-- M. V. R'y, E. D. No. 3 carries through cars from Cincinnati to Hy. for Loulstille. For full information 111 regard to rates, routes. Middlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all inArc , npply to any agent of this or connecting lines termediate stations and runs daily. W. L. MUNSON, Trav. Pas. Agt., Cincinnati. rH E. HUNTINGTON, S. R.KNOTT, C. P. AXMOKtt, C. L, UROWN, Trafhc Manager. Gen Pass. agt G. PA, V. P. and G. M , General oilice, Louisville, Ky. Lcxinzton. Ky S. F. H. MORSE, Gen'l Pass'g'r Xgt.. W. S. HARRISON, G. W. HARNEY, G M., Lexington, Ky T. P. A., Ashland, Ky Oflice Chamber ot Commerce HuUuing,Cincinnati if .Kant Iloiiiul. I'st Mail leasesMt Leslnuton daily Winchesters MciI'ihk I. ve Cincinnati ... I.ve Coving ion. Lve Falmouth,..., at 715 am, 11 is Arr Parts Arr I.axiugton .. ii 10 11 s I.ve Pmus Arr Winchester.. is 10 1 35 Arr Richmond.... 4 45 Arr Lancaster 5 10 Arr Stanford.. 3S Lte Richmond ... Arr Liviugton. .. 3 is Lte Middlashoro 7 i 1 North-Hound. Ex. Sun. Daily 8 10 a in 8 00 p mi E ( a m. 8 ol p in g 4) a tn' g 16 p mi o p tn I1 Sn a 111,10 3 l tn p m tl IO p 13 p m 7 00 p m (1 15 tu o so p m 7 J3 ui 'n Le-ln- ct 1 1 1 lL 1 1 "" n ar 1 F. F. V. A-- n -