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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891071701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. WW."? ?f r'-- 1 Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. MT. VERNON, ROOKCASTLE COUNTY. J ' Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JULY '17.1891. They Can Not If They Could and Dare Not If They Would. 'fMitnr Interior Journsl.) LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. e NO39, niiiHiit to bin friends t Mr. Hide two Mst-tenQknA Uox, Lyll nnd .Fuck aril Ward's Friday Jiijjbt, wblrb whs at- - j folks in prnvml, nnd Adorns ctrHtl olf tin- - honors At the S. S. tcnib'd by yoinm W V. Itukurin particular, and a happy etltcrlHilWWMt Work oh the LmngMon time they bad tto. In a drunken row Sunday, near tb IwrIii mmi. A rnnnd hotu will Jikelf Clay county line, Jim Stewart waa killed be erwt! nlw. 'lh ruilroRil nttrt' hi "Tiere ly one Clmilwell, while eevenil othar are to iHllMhiK w plrttforina nnd $ttim: Him iHirtiia were wounded. Uoitfl " ibipot buck from the truck that it ih iinpoeeible to k -- Mom. W. H. Smith mid A. It 1 detailed account ol to learn of any otbti A pood will opfnk Un of tbe trouble. Hud lludder and two other jwrties run moonshine niloone crowd buuldlw in hUuimIhimv. Mi. J. W. Stupbeim line lion at that place, and the trouble Ih said to acuiit nt I,ivitptoii, mid Mr. place in Clav county. have taken Itailer snccemls blm nn nif-l- it I Ion. John Youiik lrow.i will speak Jame in I.ondou on next operator. at the court-hous- e tJi firet MhIIoh si of Mt. Wednesday, the 2ml. Tbe chairman of s Hut Httlu ii"knns in tlio county. 1'rof. U V. Ooil' h nilrertiwwl to IIuH)Hiit Momlity nltfhl In jail spunk hur to..l.iv. way. " K.. ol h. will Him, .1 big nicniu and fJ.no t i.iornlnc. Is nt l'ine Mill -- Tim Undon Miiiiiifnrturinu Co. Mr. Kinvr i cltririnK nwy for the now burning luiiuwninoth biick ktln mid lite iimlkiliis. H'1 tWrtu uh to supply willU' ' Tb new cohI com ny at Uriiije- vk. ntHtoriiil nftor next tlmt -wy" Will Hurkney rhvc an tu-- , ton will prolwbly nK to work iHiU of "Mark" I'M Clu'MUit pot drunk ilnn ilny ami did ni mn when lie Kt tlmt ni-x- , Oiiah OiiciiAHii, July 15. I huo many men who any they will vote for the new constitution I localise if it is not adopted . y fo",lliwof vka. -"K- yrJwiil u-- Kur-1111- t! i the democrath. comity committee, K. M. Jackson, has ndvettbieil the announcement all over tbe countv, and m kwh, biK roithiiiK crowd of unthusiuHtic democrats will certainly lie pieeunl to hear that admiroil and ntutciile. orator. A committee has been appointed to arrange for bis reception ami entertainment, and the next governor of Ivun tucky if a wheel don't break) will be met with "flying banners nn.l HOiiudiiiK horns " Cnii (5ri;s. who is ehnred with breaking in I'ittsburi: depot, iimden des TuumIm? even perate attempt Ui os-aie Vernon, formiirly known m I'luosniit Valley, Iiiih lnul its nmiiu chmi-c- il to tbnt of "(Jorc." Mr. W. I DeUmil, our clever Jeweler, Iwsn wnlcli of bis own nmku wliioh k vhIuwI HtSl.VX It ie tb fliuwt piuou of MrkiWHtHibip v iiuvo mtvn for yearn. Mrs. S. W. liris in viaitini; (jRrrnrd rein tire. Sain McClnra Inw iihuiimI IiIh boy l'l!Ant Sbmlrock Dhwhoii. Mre. M. J. Milter and wn, Iuicngtcr. M. C, arts viritinu uiL'. Dfimtr Jailer John IS CheMiut took him out to help curry mmiio xlop buckutH at hit nupfrtt, and on hut return to jail ho dropped tbe buckets and made a break for liberty. Cliesmit llieil live hots at him at do- - rane, one bullet throuuh his trouser lex. Several took up the chase mm Ivlwnrd Parker tirod at him eeviiml tiinen, when UmsK sprained bis ankle and crawled under ho London Mf. Ck 's idaniiit: mill, Aatj where he was raptured. There was a very laruo crowd in Monday at county court, much larger than for homo time. Major Freeman, editor of the Hurhourvllle News, nnd Hon. W. It Itiuuscy hxke in favor of tlie new constitution, while lions. It. BoyM, K. K. Wilson and J. A. Craft Hjwke aiMitiAl it. I did not et tojhear the speakers, but it is veiicrally concotN ed that all did the subject justice and with credit to tliemsolvos. The lions. K. I. Kwell, W. It. Uamsey, i I i l F. Still-inp- s and others will address the citixeus of Laurel county in favor of the nuw constitution, at the followini: times and places. Lily, 7::t0 r. m . July IS, Poin20, X. J. StanberryV, ter's School-bouse, Hush's Store. 2:t, Jl, Camp ti round, McWhorter, 21, Altamont, 25, rittsburv, 25, Dillion, 2i, Hazel Patch, l0, til, Kast Iternstiidt, August 1. The oppont'ntH of thi) ooiistitution are invit-e- d to be present and will undoubtedly be there. Mr. It. C. Ford is reported convalescent, the fever having left him. Mr. Walker Brown is down with a case of typhoid and in a bail tix. James P. Wren, who has recently returned from the Masonic Home school, in who-- e chiirp) be had been for four years,now has a position in W. II. Jackson AJCo.'a driiK store. Dr. Joe YoiiiikIIkih returned from his Western tour in the mail business. Mrs. S. A. Lovelace is just bnck from a visit to Manchester. Miss Jessie Maee is also home ag.tln, after an extended visit to Ilarrodsburj;. Mr. J. T. Williams is at Jellico. I).m Pitman has bought out the firm of Johnson it Jones at the depot, and will proceed to run the business at the same stand. Toni)jJiin Italian!, of Hockcastle, was in London last Tuesday, feeling of Ids prospects for a legislative candidacy on the democratic side. Some good democrat ought to tackle Republican Joplin and Farmers Alliance-Knigh- ts of Labor Fagan. 22, llern-etadt, The Mountains Almost Solid Against It. (To the Editor Interior Journal.) Goochland, Rockcastle Co., July H. You straight tight agalti9t the proposed constitution is meeting with hearty ap- proval by our people, notwithstanding Eome of thu big guns shut up shops and quit doing business at the old stand. In our county we have a special law that can be ?1 and no tnoro. The the poll-taof the constitution makes it adoption payer $1.50 and adds to every poll-ta- x in the county CO cents and takes it off of property. I am pretty certain that the mountain counties will vote nearly Holid against the adoption without a wonderful change between now and If the measure is baddled electiou. conn-tie- s upon the country the W. I). McGi'iiiK. will do it. x Blue-Gras- s New York stockholders of tho railroad have sued the Standiford estate for $550,000, the value of stock which it is alleged Dr. Standiford appropriated to his owu use for negotiating the deal consolidating tho Monon and Indianapolis and Chicago Air Line. Mo-no- n Thu vomit: ptopl born IuhI n j:ood" time TtHMHlay itfyht in tbu way of a party of y oKIvii time. Thu verdant ruslicit? dpbtyed in the jjet up of bointr of the roMiimm worn was laubable in tbu extreme. The parties who have been break, ' into and rohbiiiK freight cars at I.iv- for audiv tiuiu met with a tow '!? nine when Mnrnbal V FOXTAINK F. IlOBIlITT. Hunter nude a raid into their haunts ml nrreht.nl a numbor of them. Three FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. on their oxumintm: trials were held to and are now boarding with circuit Mark Hardin hought John Humes n wt.,...., ..,.. .;.. ....:j.ilivi. wtlinn iiiu u I'lllllllllK III .mull sow and s pigs for ?:i(). i.ii....:.. !...: uill liools and awaiting further developHighest market price paid for wheat. ments. New Stanford Koller Mills. John Cope ami Frank Pennington, sorrel horeo Foil Sale. of Brush Creek, while returning from and mare ami colt. Jamas P. lhisli. Wiblie a few evenings since, had a (loldsmith Maid was driven a mile and agreed to give up their weap- in 2:11 on the day she was LM years old. ons and light it out with their fists. F. F. Sandidge sold to Owens, of After several rounds Pennington wns Iloyle, a 1,."00 jioutnl cattle nt 5 floored and Cope was declared winner. cents. One of the former's friends handed him The Indian Messiah craze cost the Cope's pistol, when he turned upon lives of &0 whites, 200 Indians and Cope and fired, the ball passing through his arm. It is eitimated that the wool clip of The strike of the laborers at the Ameiicii for 1S01 will lie 5500.000,000 ballsbt quarry, which was inaugurated pounds. some three weeks since, lias brought Fou Sali;. A high grade Jersey things to a complete standstill. Mr. cow and heifer calf. A No. 1 milker. Cook, the manager, after getting other J. G. Carpenter. men could not induce them to work on John Terhune, of Boyle, Bold to a account of inti.uidatiou from the strik- Cairo, III., mrty a pair of ers. A number of the latter were ar- harness mares for $500. rested and tried before Judge Lair and Sitiire J. S Murphy rented the 10 acquitted. Mr. Cook immediately made acre pasture, advertised in last issue, arrangements for pulling up stakes and near town, to J. K. Bruce two months returning to Hopkiusville and abandon, for SI 00. ing the works. It is believed that a In !M years there were hut three crustier will be Hit in shortlv when :0 failures of the peach crop in tho men'will do the work of 150 heretofore Hill section, and there has never employed. heen a failure hi tho grape crop in that In an altercation near Wildie, this region. county, a few days since, Dr. Leslie Sow-dSales of "ill export cattle for October received a dangerous cut in the head delivery at " cents, another at 5.I50 and from a hatchet in tiie hands of Mr. 10 of 1,531) pounds average, present deFleming Butner. The hatchet struck a livery, at 51, are reported in the Winsquare blow above and to the left of the chester Democrat. forehead, splitting his skull and sinking Prow itt & I.ynn bought of J. II. into the head. The ilillieulty came up Pleasants lambs, averaging 82 lbs., at over the settlement of a board bill when 5 cents; also 10, averaging SO lbs., from the lie was passed and the hatchet was W. M. Higgins at same price, and a lot quickly brought into requisition. The from other parties at at from 4 to 4J cts. wounded man is not thought to bo faGood fat cattle are in demand in Cintally cut. Mr. Butner is an aged and re cinnati with ol for best shippers, other spected farmer, and his part in the dif grades run down as low as li cents; ficulty wri a surprise. Dr. Sowder is a hogs aro advancing with tops at 5.20; young physician recently located at to sheep are in only fair demand at and had boarded for a time with Mr, I J, lambs 4 to 0 20. Butner. Peacemaker Johnson says iu the Our telegraph operator and Mr. W. Frankfort Capital : L. DeUratV, a jeweler, have made appli In the language of tho avcrago politication for patent on a recent joint invention in the way of a main line, or direct, cal platform, " wo view with alarm" tho telegraph sounder. The instrument prospect of a war between the Stanford takes the place of the "ielay," doing Intuiuok Joukxal and the Louisville battlo-worveteran away with local sounder and battery. Times. Should tho of historic St. Asaph and tho It works splontliilly ; takes current from hero of tho raging Bullakin main battery, gives fortli a wonderfully hostilities, there will bo many red clear cut and pleasant sound. The spaco country's history, it occupies is no larger than au ordinary pages added to our pension list will swell until its local sounder and its novel features and while the simplicity catches the operators at sight. dimensions are higger than the heads of The general manager of the Western some of tho younger dolegates to the late Union telegraph company has written con. con. In tho namo of peace, the for a model of tho instrument for their prosperity of our country, and the presexperts to test with a view of ascertain-iu- g ervation of useful lives, wo propose that its merits. The inventors are san these iierco warriors sheathe their inky guine of realizing a fortune from their weapons, meet upon common ground, with which Ihoy ro both familiar at invention. Octave's and with Sam Gaines and Laurie Blakoly as umpires, light till the mug is empty, nnd may last tho best man win. Ami blest if we know When" Baby was sick, wo fare her Costorta. which of them it is. When she waa a Child, she cried for Castoria. Wo object to such an unequal conWhen sho became Miss, ho clung to Castorla. test, because wo would stand more When she had Chi iron, she cave them Castorla. chance for succees oveu in a farmer d, with the from Uullskiu. - inftn snr-jjoin- t: tho amnoiloleuntea willgobscK to Frank fort ami frame another ioustitutiou ami atay there as they did before until every dollar Is dniwu out of the treasury. Upon this point I wish to sy that if the preeent constitution is adopted by the people the present deleitNtea can uo back the first Monday in September to put it in operaliou, but if the constitution is rejected by the people nt tho August election then tbe present delegates are fmnda nfficm, and can not meet again to frame another constitution. If they could they could retain their positions forever and it would even be an induce ment to tbe deleicates to diler tho peo ple something they would not have in order to wrpetn.ito the delegates in power. The dolegates weio elwted for a purpose, and when they frame a constitu tion and submit it to the people for adoption or rejection, and the people re ject it the present delegates are dead In otlicentid have no right to meet again to frame another constitution. Any other position would be supremely absurd. If I hire a carpenter to build me a house and I par him fur it, and the hnutc don't suit me, he iias no right, without another employment, to build the other houne and make me pay for it as before. I have a perfect light to employ a new carpenter to do my work ithen not pleased with tho job the pres ent one has just put up. The sovereign people after they reject this constitution right under the mode have a provided by the old constitution to elect a new set of delegates who will talk less What the people wa nt and work more is the old constitution slightly amended to keep up with the progress of the times. This and nothing more. Editor Marrs is showing his usual " hustle " in getting out the Record as n daily during the fair. Rev. J. (J. Frank, of the Christian church, will preach at the Methodist chinch, where the union services will bo liebl next Sunday night It is understood that a special train will bring :Wor 40 couples from Middles-borto attend the hop this (Friday) evening. Our neighboring towns will all Ih largely represented. Tom Kuson, of the railway mail is at his father's, Judge Kmon's. Mtf I. ula Ilatson has gone to Martins villo, Ind. P. C. Ornnd has return irom LiuMrille. Mrs. J. T. Mcltjberts nee Mias Lulu Sandifer, ii with Mrs. J M. Logan. Hunter Irvine and wife, of liOtiisville. are spsuding a week with .Mrs. E. W. Harris. Clyde Herring and Kb Iligginsare here for the fair. R. L. Klkin, of Surveyor Collier's ollice, is visiting Ids mother. Mhs Jlarv Annie Wilmore is visiting Mrs. John E. Storms. E. A. Pascoe, tbe confectioner, lias gone to Xicholasville on business. During Ill's absence W. R. M.urs has charge o. store. Dr. T. J. Hood and J. M. Farra went to Danville on WedneMlny. Frank Dilhon, Jr., of Crab Orchard, is In Lancaster. Miss Ora Wilmore, of Xicholasville, is visiting Miss Xell Marrs. MiRae Fox, of Eaton, Ohio, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Joseph. Misses Mat-tiand Sankou Hudson, of Louisville, are visiting l.en Hudson. Miss Xannie Tucker, of Winchester, is visiting Miss Emma Hood. set-vice, - Centre College Academy DANVILLE, The Next Session of this Institution Melius Sept. With lull coureof tml ly adapted to prcoarr mu lihtraf English education t ' rtwlith nnd n cti for Oic I rchman w ho 'letire it m In 9, - ii Claral Whilrtmt t'Usj, i mt-n.l- -.l r ,n in. it cor hd tion with the A i .tn of. tniction i eipcelnl- ne time to nirnisli a JL Hiome Soar ding & Training1 D apartment I v hours jniler tb !! bei eatalilithedr nl IK oloph .11 .! nriler the prnat trntrr o( the i'r n 11 il Keicular study li up on mant .ind the Inn ial i,.l in. covernment of a Chnvian home irr c in bliiec wn'i ht et educational ad 'intake!.. I or turther parti-nli- r rrjj..i.! to rd, tuition, etc , at'dre JAMBS B. WALTON, Principal, DnnvUlo, Ky Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Fall Session Tuesday, September ist, .1891. Full corp nl Consersator) and Normal Art. Krcfllent hoarding; department Uii I ers f ij.nr r course ill Literature, Music and Catalogues and urci irs furnished on application. RICHMOND. CENTRAL a run Richmond. o . Eighty-tw- o UNIVERSITY ei v . B t th. iiemrr.ii'li i nl fr in mal f a a'ioe t. i file Ijii o.i. 1, ned an J h jnt r rial H lTUSaeWE2aS3aEWHH3'. Fucuity of .i'.k. a a of Study, i leges Fourteen Ci I'.Iar-llras- KY. h a sot.' ulut riein ed men, a tie 'it the Suti., in the teart if the region, 000 feet hy mil fn in I.".i'ile C111 innati. Knoxsille and ty and students fin I lion the ext families and Memo-in 1 Clint-nuni. -t t. asd Lktters Courses. in lix department. AsicAL,SctBNTiric, Three ColDepartments Com- - Attendanco list Sfssion4 Now Gymnoalum M' ScIk op.-n- jdiled nthe end nvment la- 5 ear. ' 'icneht of worth, poor i.un ui.11. KxpotlSOd moderate $17 t JJ4" r t mloi hoard, washuinnd serant atcntion Next Session . U'cl.ics I n, septcmher y, for catalog ie apply t.. L H B L ANTON, D. D Chancellor. Ji .0 I ,1, Ir r t States, Territories and coi ntrici.. .. rtI c !! e THE! WELL.ARD 9 LA n. ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, HUBBLE. THOROUGHLY KEXOVATED AND JMP110VED. Cor. Three-year-ol- d ditli-cul- ty car-loa- d 0. night and Mime uind, which demolished several hay and grain stHcks. Mr, Uen- Hi,rk,r'vof Unnville, is visiting his uncle, Joe Swope, here. We are glad to note that Mtb. Milliard llerrin is able to visit her mother and sistPr here. Underwood i: Bourne have sold their threshing machine to Bob it George Huston for $500. They will run two machines this year, ami Underwood k Bourno will retire. Miss Mary Kay is spending a few days with Mrs. George P. Bright. Mr. I,eo Stone cut his hand very badly with an adz while at work on Kinney's house. G. A. Swinebroad and Joseph Swope are fixing some colts for the Lancaster fair. Colonel Underwood will have his mule colt ready to bent up some one who expects tho slick tie. Jacob nnd Jim B. Kobiuson are expect- oil home from Middlesboro' soon to spend the month of August in taking in the fair. Many poplo4 went to Stafford to hear both sides of the constltu- tion argued, hut so far as I have heard the vote will stand here as it did before, luruie iiiiiMiuuiuii uy some inajorny. We had a good rain hero Monday "' Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. W. R. LOGAN, A. ,V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, .Clerks. Jefferson, Rales S2.50 Icr Day. Court-Hous- c, Manaeor. The Old Reliable Jeweler Lf- hl in the Lead. - !L A. R. Penny v Tl ( Has the largest and NeJBUE ryrvr-- .&' iKinra-mfcMU" 11- t....tiCj.in(I'l lim r WsTf.' v.A A : - W W iTl 1 Mlt j"frf 1147;. X MOST COMPLETE STOCiK ff- . S Ml BMfrXfr" It MX. JK Walclies and Jewelry I). N. Prewitt desires G. B. B.uuett, JoeSivope and II. 0. Walter, to deliver their Iambs hero Monday, June 20th. Sam Kngleman. tr (I nessee, him now. ever shown in Stanford at prices vZgfeSZ as low as the lowest. I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State, Remember that who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old .rQA nnci silver tukeu at market price. Your trade and work is solic- .tSvrillMlirlfllu Llutar f rt,. - o A. R. PENNY. is spending a few weeks with ted and I guarantee satisfaction ;SiiSs3W& Ml V ' i M 1 i Mul-drau- gh . R, faorhe route, the Cincinnati, Tl 0 C. Hamilton - Dayton Railroad, annouiKca rate ot $5.i.for the round tup between Cln. innati ,md Dcti'Mi on August 3, on account nl the U A. K. KiKjmpmont. On August 1 and x the rjtind trln rate will be $7 a?. Iitkct will bo rood rcturnmir till Au 18, with n provision lor extetiMon till Sept io,Jiy lcpoMtinc tickets with the joint a,;eiit .11 THE 0 H. & D. AContaMUoto Detroit. . uciruii er Flvo Dollars to Niagara Falls j M The annual cheap excursion to Niagara FalU ila the C , 11 iV 1). Kailraid occurs Thurtday, July f jo 1 he special xcursmn trams will run la Tol- cilo and Detroit and thence to the Falls ia the popular Michigan Central and will be solid train, consisting or through coaches, chair cats and sleepers the round trip rate from Cincinnati or Indian ipohs wilt be $5 and to Torunto and return 6. Ticket, uill be sold July 30, good to return Aug !. for Infants and Children. .1 " Car t o r I a Is so well adapted to children that I recommend ltns superior to any prescription II. A. Archer, JL D., known to me." Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N, T. C&xtorla cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Dlarrhiva Eructation, Kills Worms, guea bleep, and promoted dJ. pestlon, Without injurious medication. Tub Ccntaur Company, 77 Murray Street, JC. Y. Wll-di- e 15 Tho through sleeping car service over the C, 11 & I) and Michigan Central Railroads between Cincinnati i a Toledo and Detroit and the fairy island of Mackinac and the Northern Lake resorts has been resumed for the season. These curs A. C.S1NF. leaie Cincinnati cery iening. except Saturday, at to o'clock, arming at Mackinaw- at 6 20 the next evening For rates, tickets, etc , address any C, H. V I). agentorK O McCorniiclc, general passenger and ticket agent, Cincinnati, O. - Through Car to Mackinaw. J N.MENEFF.E Stanford Lumber Yard, The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Acton a new principle -- regulating the lher, stumach and bowels through the neries. Anew discoiery. Dr Miles' Tills speedily cute biliousness bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Uneiual:d for men, women, children Smallest, mildest, surest. Fifty doses 3$ cents. Samples free at A. R. Penny's, Bucklon'8 Arnica Salve The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, letter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skii trup tious and positively cures piles, or no payreuuir. ed. It is guaranteed to gne perfect satisfaction, rnce 3$ cents per box. or money reiuuaeu For sale by A. R. Penny, Stautord, Ky. During the epidemic of La Grippe last season Dr. King's New Discoiery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, proxd to be the best remedy. Reports from many who used it confirm this statement they were not only quickly relieved, but the diseai left no bad alter results. We ask you to give this remedy a trial ana we guarantee that yuu will be satisfied with results, or the purchase price will be relunded. It has no equal in La Grippe, or any Throat, Chest or Lung trouble Trial bottles ireo at A R. Penny's Drug Store. Large bottles, joe and Si -- Miles' Norvo and Liver PUIb LUMBER, FLOORING, SASH, CEILING, DOORS, LATH, BLINDS, SIDING, SHINGLES, Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. We carry a full stock of everything found in a WOVE1T u "WIRE A1TD SLAT FElTqiL f SINE & f booted-and-spurre- d do-clar- o FIRST - CkSLSS X.UMBER YARD, Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract or building. MKNTEFEK, Stanford, Ky. La Orlppo Again. The Most Popular SALT - m foam-creste- d foot-rac- e long-legge- big-foote- d Wm. Timmons, poMmaster ot Idaville, Indiana, writes: "Klectric Hitters has done more for me than all other medicines combined, for that had feeling arising from kidney and luer trouble.'' John Leslie, farmer and stockman, of same place, says: "Find F.lectnc Hitters to be the best kidney and luer medicine, made me feel like anew man-"- . J. V. Gardner, hardware merchant, same town, says: "Klectric Hitlers is just the thing for a man wno is an run unwn ana uon t care whether he lives or dies; he found new strength, good appetite and felt just like he had a new lease on hie Only jc a bottle at A. R. Penny's drug store Happy Hooslers. will do On the market is the RETS OF ROCK SALT because stock will go three times as far as common baro per cent, better and it rel Salt. I have just received a car load aid will quote low price. 'a : Tryit' j. IB. FOSTER. rr" &KTFr'TpirrfrBr?ryr- - t The Wish Is Father to tho Thought. w ir mciOtNs. II. J. .v R nj.iYr A few not very astute persons, having provided for In the new constitution Tho delegates to the constitutional convention must have entertained a sen- the peoplo of Kentucky, largoly by the observed that, in n controversy between more per. timent akin to contempt for the office of guileless Bennett Young a very John us and the Courier-JournaW. shcrifl. Itseema that there was a stud- Wanamaker of Kentucky politics wo sounl than public in its nature, we had ied cifort to minimize it and to involve find its .'ond section to provide us fo- refrained in our last issue from kicking exllows: "The Geueial Assembly shall by a down, when the duration of Stanford, Ky Juia 17, 1891 doubt. Having the term in or maze of law fix thu minimum ages at which chil- an adversary opinionhe waswehavo are weakrefused, pressing the tirst failed, that to enact a clause of eligibility, and eith dren may be employed in places inju ened in our fight for the people against er negligently or purposely having made rious to morals." Thu "places injurious tho new constitution. If these not very What Does It Mean? l to morals" here referred to wo can hard- imtute people will do us the honor of Proposing in the disciifision of thu a contest for the place a great all ages, sexes and citize- ly characterize more plainly in n paper reading tho Intkiiiok Joi'iix.u, of today, open to new constitution to be candid, the following reflections concerning Sec. IS" nshipsthey then pioceedcd to enact two published for the fireside and read by air! of every day until the discussion is will be taken not as nn unfialilietl ex- clauses respecting the duration of the pure girls and good women, but all will closed, they will perhaps discover their pression of an opinion, but rather as an term which are palpably conflicting and readily understand what ii mvaut. Here mistake. tofore it has boon supposed tb.it the enquiry as to its true intent and mean utterly impossible of lecouciliation. A Cowaudly Blow. In a speech at It cannot be that a body of gentlemen laws of the country should and did pro ing. "The general nnseinbly shall not Sliephordsvillle, Monday last, one tie impose taxes for the purposes of any so virtuous and so wise had ever expe- - tect all children, above as well a$ under hanali Phelps, a small Louisville lawyer, county, city, town or other municipal rienced, in their individual capacities, any fixed age, from the horror of em who represented that city's bnac ball corporation, but may by general laws some slight inconveniences in dealing ploymeut for immoral purposes, but our GHXTS'- nine in the Constitutional Convention, in-- . now constitution, e not content with confer on the proper authorities thereof, with this county executive, such for as might arise out of a proceeding ping from the people the right to govern charged that Senator Carlisle had been respectively, tho power to assess ami themselves through their legislature, nor bought by tho lottery companies and w hich on a forfeited bail bond or a bastardy collect such taxes." The enquiry pdd foi in a house and lot in Covington, first suggests itself ie, what is meant orj warrant, but thu fuel remains that they wun strapping to their shoulders an mid that Mkj. Hale, tho democratic nomincluded by tho phrase "for the purposes touched this oflice, if not significantly, at added burden of taxation, nor with unsettling and endangering every material inee for State treasurer, did not favor least curiously. of any county." Wo commend to the public the readinterest in tho State, must now strike at the Now Constitution because ho wantIn undertaking an interpretation of a ing in consecutive order of thepiovisiou-a- l the foundations of good morals and com- ed an opportunity to duplicate tho exprohibitory clause of an organic or statclun-- e of Sec. 104 of the constitution mon decency aNo. The section can ploits of Pick Tate under the old. The utory law, it should on kept in mind that otlenie of iheso two eminent tho evil prohibited is either one which and thu piovisinnal claussO of the 7th ar- havi but one meaning and that meaning ble men consists of having an honoramodestly exlias previously existed or which, but for ticle of the schedule. The first is as fo- is clear. It delivers to what is left of llows: "I'liowiiED, tho first election of our legislature the astounding iivtndxtit : pressed the opinion tbnt it would be a the prohibition, would likely exist in the HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, mistake for Kent tick v to accept Patriot future. Tlireouvention should not be siierhF under this constitution shall be "You an ill determine the oxact age unYoung's Constitution. Bennett We presumed to have indulged in tho busi- hold itt Urn regular election in 1SSH, and der which children may not, and above making. Its work the sherifls then elected shall hold their which they may, be apprenticed to ness of mere phrase SSEi-SnrdMEN'- S for only two ybaiis." The crime and prostitution." Presumably, is supposed to liavo been a practical one, ollices and to have been intended as a check upon schedule thus: 'Ti:oviiki, that ut the the very young ciullren, thu unripe llsht, I'm always shown h marked pref practices or methods already prevailing general election in .Nov. '1)2, there shall fruit only are to be protected from the c and fair rly. he elected ill each comity a sheriff, and spoiler's hand, while the older, and ervnee or likely to prevail. Speaking with in each justice's district a consUtble who therefore the more likely to bo tomped, tpecial reference, to Sec. 1S7, it is dillicult Ox his return from thu iiist Unv are to be turned over bv express constito imagine what existing evil it was in- shall hold otlice for two years and Biickiier was interviewed by a Cotirit-rtended to prohibit unless it be the pres-- mark this copulative! and until their tutional sanction to the tender mercy of Journal reporter, when he declared that the Devil and his procurers. ent law by which jurors in tho circuit SlTCEsSOltH ARU ULKCTKllANDllOALiriKD." ne nas no reason to cnange iuh views as j Kvcn in Kentucky wo aio beginning courts are paid their mileage, tolls, fer- The question is which of these two par to thojproposed new constitution. While to have an idle and disnolute aristocracy riage and per diem out of the State agraphs contains the governing luw ho would like to vote, from courtesy, Let us suppose a very probable case of wealth, even here also wo have in tin treasury, and also the law by which paufor the work of his fellow delegates, there per idiots are made, to a certain extent, one the like of which hasofteu occurred slums of our towns and cities such an is so much in it which hn regards as bad State charges. In usiug tho word evil, in Kentucky: A. is elected blieriif in aristocracy's proletarian counterpart. that he has not been able to get his con-- : i i.m.. r - itn'W r--o uyey re t!i P v onVr ao? rw m& it is of course understood that the woid Nov. 1S1C By duo comae of law his 'This section, giving a constitutional sent to approve it with his vote. The! AC"P Mtfc i Mr- RACr rooflifjrr is employed not in its moral sense, but successor is to be chosen in Nov. 1MM guarantee to the unuamable business of governor's course is to bo commended. ' CROUP URE But for some reason, we will .assume, the one and the unuamable pleasures in the sense that the thing is unwise or The adoption by the convi n ion of so1 RKWArWtf-TAYLriMED(- &. Jro.'-is true that if it was the this successor fails to give his bond or of the other, will no doubt meet the an many things he opposed impolitic. It and oppostfl purpose to throw the burden of such ex otherwisu qualify immediately upon the! proval of these, two classes. How will very sensibly ought not to make it' VjLlWIAPJHSl penses upon the counties respectively, expiration of his predecessor's term of it strike the great middle class of church-tw- right with him as it seems to have done years. Uuery: In such case does going, plain people of Ken- there is a want of aptness of phraseolowith other members of tiuilliv who were A. hold over until the successor doesjtucky They can Bay by their vote in gy; but the question still recurs, if that forced to take back seats. Gov. Knott's is not what is meant, then what is the qualify or does he not? Sec. 102 do- - August. position -meaning? Hitherto tlie general assem- dares explicitly, emphatically, unequivWii.li.no always to give even the devil Buck ne bly has not undertaken to levy a tax to ocally ho shall not The schedule, with his due, we are more than ready and no ellnrt to lave the code of absurd defray those expeusesof a county which, equul clearness and with the foiceof an ever anxious to render to a fellow mor- statutes saddled upon the peoplo as a according to the common understanding, express command, declares ho shall! tal his just deserts. We therefore no- - constitution. .Mason's Fruit Jnrs, Sow, can not a blind man see the con belong to it rather than to the State at knowledge to n complete change of heart Gov. J. B. .MiChkauv, who was in fusion which is almost certain to result large ; and in view of the fact that the towards the Hon. C. M. Clay, Jr. Tak King Top Jars, peoplo have ever opposed such legisla- from this conflict? Confusion, do wul ing certain alleged utterances of his and Stnnford Wednesday, Mild that nothing : Tf m.ti l... .. .1 .1.... was more certain than tho nomination Fruit Jars, Scaling tion, the assumption that the legislature u.trl estimates of his character as ot Cleveland In lsirj. liberty iu,d property may dependV on 'T"' In fact he is . might in the future enact it is too vio , , illlJexestollim Wax, extra top and that no other mime will be prelent to be indulged. For instance, the question. A man is sentenced to bos vii.ii iic . mo n, ,, . . , , murium hung by a court. There is in law as ab- - IIII1I1 11'ltll t llSl...l. .... Jl... .1 f.M l. !. sented nor any other thought of by that expense of building and keeping in re Rubbers, Jelly Glasses, ...M.i, nun iiiiiuiuul:ii lwuiciuiii iui UIUPU pair county buildings, of taking care of solute a necessity tlmt the execution of who did not agree with him, and conte- - time. The silver question will have been settled by the next congrchH and Hrnss and Porcelain Kettles. paupeif, of having roads worked, ot pay- a sentence shall be accomplished by a! quently were i: , prejudiced against the tariff will again be the paramount rp.T. ofiicer ing tho per diem of justices of the peace, legally constituted .... """" "vJ...i.c, nc u.u nn IWtll DliUII ....... !. of providing for tue compensation of Mint. ... OVMVl.Hl.lJ iL.,lf ol.ll UQ UIU1 glad to say, has vanished, for we found issue, as it should be. Some of the pol county judges and county attorneys, are nounced by a legally constituted judicial him on better acquaintance to be a mod- - iticians are against Cleveland, but the ..all peculiarly expenses incurred and sus tribunal. Whatever is ordered to be ..Off IIIIIIJDIItllllli. .... ...til. ...n... ....:.l - people all over the country demand his i i "ouiiitiin mnii, n nil iiiuiu uuubiutained for county purposes. There was one by the an- must be done according oration for the views of another than al renomiuation and intend that he shal be our next standard bearer. The govtho means, the m- - L,ct no need that the legislature should be to law. Ihe man we have met. Ho is of ernor is satisfied that Gov. Hill is poliprohibited from imposing taxes for such strmuents which are prescribed are ns Lour8e tll0r0lI,h, y , rue8t ,n ,,,, B. purposes as these, because the legisla iiiucii a imri 01 inu iuw hs is imp i.iiiikii-- i dorsement of the new constitution, but tician enough to see the way the wind is blowing, and will come out in favor of ture hag never attempted such a thing,. went which the law sanctions foi a vio unlike the majority of smaller fry advoCleveland. lation of its most sacred precepts. We It is contrary to our settled policy, and cates of that instrument ho does cannot accept the principle of the sanc- think that every man who opposes not "niODKI. should the proposed constitution be it is Gov. Camimiki.l was renominated by adopted tho legislature, even if Sec. 187 tity of the law in one department and a scoundrel and a bribetaker. In a word the Ohio democrats on the first ballot, ' had been omitted, would not impose deny it in another. If one who has he is a bom gentleman of tine native receiving ."00 of the 700 votes, and tho taxes, upon the wholo State to defray been a sherifl', but whose term has ex- - l llltllltt' U'ltTftlt it cmujiuu fi.liitrWSmt Inu nomination was afterwards made unaniti1ailtllil Ull UUtbltUII IIIW3 ituilltti illlllli tiiege particular items of expense for a p.red, hanS a man pursuant to a sen- - clovel, aml broa(lenwI. U'o are mous. Tho only serious opposition to tence of court, he is clearly as guilty of particular cotllily. ,,18t ,,, consUtutioil for R00(1 nml him was in Hamilton county and the For these reasons, it has occurred to inexcusable homicide as if he had done 8n,ient reMon 8, wllidl wo havu boon delegates from there hissed the nominahanging without an order of court. .... Cheese, tion. The platform indorses Campbell's frnm timH , ,. fnr us that the courts will possibly construe the A murderer should be hung. But the administration, approves thn secret balsection to mean that jurors, particuthe and willcoutiutie to give till tho vote is larly in civil causes, shall be paid either tribunal which tries him ami sentences taken on it, but we are not against Mr. lot, denounces the McKinley tariff bill, him should be conducted and presided by the counties in which the court is Clay personally or any other man on his favors an income tax, demands the free Lamps, Glass- - and Oueensware, Tin- - and Wooden ware, Fruit Jars, over by a judge, and not simply by one held or by the parties litigant. In a cerside, who is a gentleman and can give coinage of silver, denounces the billion-dolla- r Jelly Glasses, &c. who imagines himself to be a judge. congress and the force bill, favors tain sense, a court is for the purposes of reasons for his position, instead of only The like priuciple is true as to the n abuse and villification of his opponent. liberal pensions, and extends sympathy .the Statu anO in another for the purposes who executes the judgment. to the persecuted Jews in Kurope. It is prosecutes of a county. The State If the ex sheriff whose, term has ex Senator ICk.nnm, of West Virginia, is feared that there is enough opposition to and is proper crimes and misdemeanors pired should levy nn execution upon a man of the ipoj and he eavs : "To C unpbvll in his party to endanger his DR. W. B. ly chargeable with all expense incident property and sell it, he would be guilty ,..,. :n ... .nil,.i u.,m Hl rt election. to the prosecutions. But the civil brunch f . 1,500 Acres of Goal and Timbered . f .U .. ..... II. ' V ""I v.... H:u,JW0,llu oi democratic candidate will be. It is in " Lands of the court is, as a rule, for the trial of Ul BARBOURVILLE, KNOX COUNTY. Office South idle Main in otlice rtcrnllf In a word, air. All the signs polill to Cleveland. causes, between citizens of the same pass title to the purchaser. In K.nt.'rri Kentucky, al Jio jicr ,icrf. orwo'iM nested by Dr. 1. '. llulTiiun, Stanford, Kjr. any order of court based upon a sum- - Some democratic senators aro opposed jt exchange lor nwo For pirtic- county ; and it may be that the expense The Knox County Fair Association W. C. PITMAN,-- ' ulart aililrpKii '' to him, but that is all there is to the op will give its first exhibition August ;5 Miucmtster, Ky of this would be regarded as coining inons executed, an Utlaoluneut or I)K. I.. II. COOK, within the purview of "county pur- levied by him would be absolutely void. position. It is confined totho politicians. ami 4 at this place. It is therefore of the very highest im- The great mass of tho people want Cleve-- Mr. Cbas. W. Shively, of .his place, However this may be, it seems poses." more nearly certain that all pauper portance to the people as well as to tho land, and, in the end, their wishes must went to Stanford Monday to hear the STANFORD. KY. idiots shall, in case the proposed consti- ofiicer himself that there should be no prevail. I believe that Cleveland is coiiHtitution.il discussion between Hon. Olficu over Mi Kotirrti' Drue More Kttidrlice for Ih Win. Umjt l! No llhe Utile mU) in vim- with the party than he John S. Rhea and Hon. Cassias M Clay. Owciik iiruiwil' l th junition ot tution is adopted, be maintained at the mistake about these matters. That stronger hn) $s in i e ler itt chca ratt tbebe two sections are in serioiu conflict was when he left tho White House." and Itjinllle pike. Hon. John H. Wilson has seven apexpense of the counties respectively. Though they have generally been re- can not be bliuked out of sight. To a The senator is right. The masses every- pointments in the counties of Wayne, Laurel County Coal Association garded as wards of the State, tliev are certain extent, they oppose each other where are for Cleveland, and Kentucky Clinton, Kussell, Adair and Metcalf to HOUSE. as radically as do right and wrong; as is for him too even if Senator Blackburn speak in behalf of the republican Stato t. II.. ..1 . inhabitants and citizens of their respecI. ...I .IIIU n rive If ...!. ..f obviously as do light and darkness; as and several of the small bore congress- ticket and in opposition to the proposed jll llll MIKIJ.ar rtv tliclr 'ITI1CI il L'l... nuilllllll r- - U. RILEY, Propriotor, of iuxi) HihIk-tive counties, and if the State will not lrt lumpco.il onW.uk, In. coal l.oiM al mine for pifwiil delivery certainly as do addition and subtraction. men are against him. And these had uew constitution. support them the counties must. - - Kentucky. you u fra lion ntt gc on Hack al Slanfrrd LoMClOM, coal is beside a better get out of the way of the wagon. bur-- - The matter of opposition in car load 'olv ' A discussion on the subject of tho This would be a rather grevious grave one one which reaches beyond li.ic moved tu my new Hotel and am better new constitution took place at the courtden upon many of those counties which . pitp.md tliutl ever to acionimodnte the public, Gov. Hill, of New York, who is also Col. It. 1.. revenues. The taxa mere grammatical construction, beyond (oud I.ncry aiucl"d and every convenience j house here "Monday between yield the smaller is nothing if not a S. Senator-electhe proprieties of rhetoric, beyond a (Hr me call. tirrd Kwell, the "Little Red Hog," of Laurel, ble value of their property is not great FRANK RII.EY. 77 simple question of expediency. It politician. Ho has with a practiced eye for and Hon. John H. Wilson, of this compared with the property of the more seetouches the vitals of the public and viewed the political horoscope and STANFORD, KY., place, against it. Mr Kwell occupied an favored parts of the Commonwealth. closely affects the absolute rights of each ing that in no event will he be in it, told hour and a half, taking up most of his counWith Borne show of reason, these citizen. The courts will be nowerless to a friend that he is satisfied at present time telling how all the opposition wines ties argue that the lunatic asylums are MBflHHEVKBjL m mi afi'ord any relief, for the question to be , "ith the honors be has and that friend from monopolies, corporations and railLi2aVsaiLJ mBk tlTaHrHI Wn located nearer the centers of wealth and ,iaa authorized the statement that tho rcfurnlhrd, i now ' IlnUl, roads and insinuated that Judge Boyd, In ilu.cluricc rrnov.ited and conduit it wa to pauper idiots and lunatics of decided is not one of interpretation or that the nd intend to tiiy ' rk factious will harmonize ami Col. Clark construction. The language of each sec- and Congressman Wilson, all not only iiuini.iin in high reputation, ac liut to aud the blue grass region and of the richer onimn Ijng litt ot friendi. Special solid support of tion is plain and unambiguous. There Cleveland receive the of whom oppose it, were no exceptions toll. for iwnnicrcial traveler and tine rooiiintor cities are maintained by the State at It is Hill's only to the rule. At the clo?o of K well's tliedlp!iy cTamplr. for president. is no room for a double meaning. Tho the State these charitable institutions ; that these preferment to see that A rf.-- x CnlAAM generally crowded ; that case is one of irreconciable conflict, and show for political speech, Mr. Wilson said he thought it rtl institutions are j utmost any judge could do if it this harmonization is full and complete. his duty to resent those infamous chargcome first are first assigned to tho those who And IIII. I All Dam! I'OOI. ROOMS attached. JOSU'I! COH-Khonpital and ward, and that on account should ever demand his adjudication Hvuuv time a change is made in tho es, although lie was confident tho peoI stt .....r-rt- ui ttiA nnn.i...A....i!.. . would be to Bay which of the two secn.u i'wuici tuuuura of the United States ple did not believe them. Mr. Wilson "V 01 tue remuieuceo equal in force, he prefers. Wo office of treasurer th ir own unfortunates are crowded out tions, of all the money in tho treasury certuinly iiad the crowd with him, if apobliged to the Louisville Post a count They, therefore, contend that the State would be .Sixty men after two plause tells anything. them in parallel columns and has to bo made. Situated til a beautiful vallejr oil Dix River, about should pay a reasonable sum for tho to publish months work have found that there are MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. of Stanford, near the county road 4'amile. castGinhi-iiiof their afflicted people at tell us which it likes the better. maintenance Hie Stanford and Preurh in tho vaults at Washington leading from aeeklng iiil Mr. and Mrs. Abrnm Siinjitjon, of ervlll plkf, will be open for thoe Reuirt aUral, of which $17o,'J30,000 was home. Tiik Frankfort Capital Bays: "Dele healthful Summer und et, since the constitution ofl'ered to gate A. D. James, of Muhlenberg coun- gold and silver coin, which fully tallies London, ()., have boon married 70 yearn. clax accommodation; will be furniaheil to guerta But been very recently open, and. aa the Sprlnci new constitu STANFORD, Mr. James Crnnclier and Miss Nan-ni- o ek, the term, will behave y reaaonablo Amonj; the the peoplo was not made in tho interest ty, will vote against the T. Applegate, with former counts. Mr. Nebecker is will bo dancing, boaHiiE,fihlnjr, of our citizens, it was tion, aud Delegate Leslie Hat a firit.ctaaa llarbcr Shop on Main street, opaiiiiie.neiil Tankersley, both from near uow in full charge. of the poorer class of Pendleton, will abstain from voting, etc. Carriage will meet gurus at Rowland when posite) Purtraan House, and invitea a share of your ol 1891 will npen with a patronage. came to town Wednesday and notified The Prompt attention 10 outside calls and folly to expect tliHt such considerations since lie cannot conscientiously vote fo Orand Plcnlejune 19. Terms for board can be special attention to ladies and children. Work Judge Wasson, county judge of were united in marriage by Judge had weight with tho con- it. Wo expect to hear from some othe would have none had hy aildreiauiC me latest style wtin neatness and lis- Ry. Fayette, is dead. uitinly men before the day of election.1 paten. .tm J. F. COOK, Pror., aj vention. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal The Constitution on Sheriffs. The Crowning Glory. F. WALTON. l NEW FIRM. free-for-al- MeRoberts & Higgins, Successors to SlajjgArpIcRobcrlsJilcalcrs in C IOT BE I N" G, o zestw-'eir- strip-stanc- FURNiSHSftiG GOODS , h x, i 2ST ES AND LADIES SHOES ;s J - iGmmm Pfr-ifMA.P- W. J ' iI I. MM ENT "-w FOR HAN - OR -- t FEEDYf7 ir AxoVcAPP.rr'X.orr.fncr BEAST '! F i o ' i homo-loving- , ! rrr ' ' .r'ixi Tl fi ancy & Family uroeenes 1 one-side- d i ,,,, con-llde- II r i m I "-- ,.,.... ii. i.- - . .', "' I I I1 I f I-- 1 Go to A. A. WARREN'S GROCERY" l u 11 For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Rice, Pickles, Preserves and Jams; II'' II?' I? i I ,,,, Is pei-so- FOR SALiE. "! I ii ,,,, ,,.,. I -- w ..... PENNY, I Dentist. trt, llliie-(ir- 37-- t Farmers, Attention, fui-- l 'physician and surgeon, lluv-tonviioo-4ii- n to-da- y 'THE RILEY I L --.. I I I I . 1 l t, PORTMAN HOUSE, d- .1 . JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. I 11 h- . i rirsi-UluaoouiuI uii V 37-i- f f COOK'S t SHPHI3NTGS ; SON,-511,5S--'.- i:. II. FARMER, TONSOMAL rARTIST, wu-n- Preach-erdvill- e, Var-na- n. 111 Ttri?-j ' . "r iw- - pTi-s - -- T Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoukne July 17, 1891 First class brick ter. . for sale. J. U. Fos- - Tiik hen roost of Mr. M Fence was relieved of 20 chickens Tuesday night. ' . aStanfoiu)i Ky., Finest Candiea just received nt A. A. Warren's. Foil Su.e.IMO.OOO W. II. Wtnren. Fool-Tabl- e Foil Sale. A 1 set of J5ar Fixtures, nico walnut, Nn scottngo for sale or rent. Apply nnd MEANS BUSINESS. condition. Will tell cheap. iu tirst-clas- s 10 T. M. Goodkniuht. Addrcf-G. D. McColIum, Junction Citv, Kmikavinu beautifully nnd nrtistirally Don't forget that your account ia past Ky. domintA.lt. IVnny'i). Yofit ncconnt Is now ready. IMonso due. Fleas imII and settle. J. K. Foscall and settle. A. II. lVmiv. Tin: young people enjoyed a delight ter. JIam: your wntrli, dock nnd jewelry fill hop at the Portmnn House Wednesrepaiied nt A. It. I'enny'fl. All work Li'Ki: Mi Dl'mald lias a raddish that is day evening, when Miss Klin Mny Saunwarranted. almost a complete representation of n ders proved herself a most charming that all silverware, watchp. hostess. rinjrs, fn, boimht at A. It. ronny'H will bov. be engraved free of elmrue. Yofit account is duo and roady for Tiikiik was n sparring match between you. Fltmso call nnd settle. W. 15. Mc the police judge of Crab Orchard and PERSONAL P0JNTS. another distinguished gentleman of the I'oborte. MifhSiiii ll.Wfliu visilinir rolntivun same town, Tuesday, over some law matSoi.k auents for Lexington Holler Mill about Crab Orchard. ter, but friends interposed before any Mh. Okoik.i; with Hour. Kviiry boek guarnuteed. 11. K. ic damage wns done and peace reigned V. H. Wenren. nn attack of malaria. again supremo. Hoi.MAN is Hunin oil the oud for SM Mit. J. H. Dk'Kiiuhon find nn ankle Hon. F. F. Bonmrr nsks us to say thnt Crab Orchard Spring. badly Hpraiued by a log fallliiL' on it a Coif, ami .Miw. v. (J. Whi.ch are nt lie will speak nt Gum Sulphur fow dnys ago. July 18, and nt Mt. Vernon on the Cmb Orchard Spring. Mihh I.ii.A of Louisville, is For Sai.h Cotbikje on upper Main 4th Monday and will divide time with with the rt street, containiui; Straub. Location any foeninn worthy of his steel, such as rooms. Miis. W. J. Vau, of MuKinuoy, is good. Mies Liccie Ilenzlcy. Burnntu, Clay, Young or Blackburn. vititine, .Mrn. h. (!. Ilovkor. " I iiavii n nice stock bo of buggies, sur- ." said John Miller to PeMiii Sii.Mi.M) l.iibchur, of (.ouinvlllo, rys sud plintoii, and will Mill them at ter Caitor Mondav after hearing his i on a iHit to fritunls iiuie. whididefyoomputitiuu. JoeNv speech, "if that man Rhea couldn't Mit. J. H. Wakkbn is very ill with pric s ItKMi-.MDKH.Iinrc-KlHHUll'oiiiiMi.-PO1 B.c,WAUTON,uus.ManoRer brick. n. K. & Hon. W. II. Miu.Kit is advertised to speak nt Hustonville, Aug. 1, at I r. M , for the new constitution. THE CLEARING SALE COMTIXUED AT TILE XtOUisrcrixxE Prices are cut unmercifully in every department. Our stock must be reduced, not only on account of room, which is needed, for our Fall purchases, but also for the cash we need, hence yon will find prices to suit this case. OUR CLOTH INC DEPASlTilEtHIT. lie ns Suits in three different styles at $2.o0; men's Cassimere Suits in $JL, worth VS'6' to 10: men's all wool Summer Suits at 37.50. worth tflz.ou. Boys' Suits from J.'t to IS at $2.25 and up and f of regular prices. Children's Suits SI. 25; children's all-- u !Ool Suits at $2.50, 7 1 wort lb o. Jfen's Blue Cotton Pants ?$?' men's Cassimere Pants Sl.Jv: men's all wool pants S2.$5. Ladies' Slippers, patent leather tips, at 00c, 7 rt worm & j , ana,i?- otner alb , dark shades 1 one-hal- - - I'll Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Notions, Hats, Carpets, Oil Cloth, Sfc, will be sold this week at greatly reduced prices. GIVEN ,d WAY: One fine Rocking Chair to every customer who buys $20 wvrlh of goods Jrom us. It is not necessary to buy this amount at one time. Come iu and get your booh. Eggs, Genseng and Feathers bought at the highest market price at Kiuu'thing like pnoumonin. Tub editor loft yehterday for a fow dav'H Kojotirn in tliu inouutaiuH. Miw. .)mus Jknkins, of Klnymari, Kai , in utli Mr. June Harrow. l'uor. ltt i'i.rv, of Hoylo, is tins guest of the family of Mr. II. C. Kupley. Mi;s. ItK.v Si'A mh.no, of Lebanon, Ih .siting her father, Col. T. P. Hill. lihsr.Y Ki;i.i.hii, of llnrrodsburg, is ViHiting liis biothor, U. I'. Kollnr, Jr. 'iii.k W. II. I'kttth, of Somoiset( )iht(l through to Oarrartl yesterday. Miw. it. II Hiiox.M'iui and children, , of Crab are at Dr. HronanghV. Mikh Mamik Las and Licciu Lynn to vihit friends a tihiHgnw. leiu Mit. J. F. Wai.un, a valued friend and patron of KockcHMtlw, was here ywtor-..y- . , On-hardto-da- y emnce, Jr. .Mms I'AfLiNK Giiimks, the wlio Chautauqua at Lexington, attended returned tb.H week. Minmkm Maiiv Mooitic and Kohc Jiuno-koi- i, Bourbon county belluH, nro iueMs 0 C. UiveiiH. .Mihhus Kiuni-k(Mi Maiiv of Sott, are guetitA of Miwurt of Mrs. CuutiiK, Klhi nnd (tatewood (iiveiiH. Mishim Mattik Hm iiKHTKuniul Jennie K nnd Mutio Warren aro visiting relatives in LincnHter during tlio fair. .Miw. yi. A. Hock Kit and Miss Ithoda Lnnceford left Tucwhiy to hjhmmI some tsHiU with relatives in (iower, Mo. Miw, M. Anhlkv and children arrived from Kllznbvthtowu Tuesday, and rooms at tlie rortman IIoiihu. 1 Miss Ihtii:1)ii.:.ion, of CrabOrchard, is (.pending n few daya with Miss Kiln May ..uinderH, at the l'ortmnn Hour;. Dit. John M. Citi,hoiueop.ithist, has taken tliu old Dr. Mcltaberts office, on street, and in ready to practice hit profession. Miw. Sarah A. Sri'in-M- . of Klir.a-In'thtow- n, " anil her sister, Mrs. Xorilda Hewitt, of Texan, aro viaitltiu their uncle, J. I.. Dawson. Hon. John I.kn.n'ktt, of Richmond, was down to attend a meeting of the Cumberland Valley Litid Co., and was the guest of Mr. S. II. Uaughniim. MimIhv I'kkwitt, whose liealth has Wen oor for soino time, has gone to a cprlngs in Northern Indiana with the hope of restoration, in which many friends join. Mifcs I.i..ik Davison has returned from a pleasant visit to her sister, Mis. J. O. Florence, at Cumberland (Sap. Her nephews, Albert and George, returned with her. Mn. K. Taiikant, of Uherty, wie hero Wednesdny, returning from luicaster, where hn went to bu examined for a Derision under the now law. His health lias been bad for a louj; time. Mas. J. IC I'atiiick, of Jackson, is visiting her parents, Cnpt. and Mrs. Thomas Kiehnrds, at Junction City. Mm. J. K. rortman and Miss Annie Wray went down to see her Wednesday. Mis 1'attik Tkiiiiii.e is dangerously ill of typhoid fever at Mr. O. J. Junction City, to which place she wnstnken from MiddlesboroWednes-da- y nt the advice of her physicians. Mu. J. T. Cii.mo and wife went to l)uisville yesterday where the former will put himself under the treatment of n physician lor n fearful skin trouble bo has been bothered witli for some time. Cai'T. H. K. Hoiikhth, of Carter Hros. A Co., Louisville, one of the best democrats in the State, was here this week. acainst the new constituHe ia red-htion and doesn't lose a chance, to put in a word where it will do the most ood. Inof. M. G. Thomson, of Christian Collepe, Hustonville, was here Tuesday l"to receive the nict catalogues this olllco had gotten out for him. Ho tolls us that already ho has assurances from parents sulHcient to guarantee a hrgo attendance next session. MibsMamiig Lbwis has secured the Huckeye public school iu Garrard ami will open Monday. She will have 100 pupils, besides several in music. Miss Lewis recently graduated at Klliott but hnd had considerable experience in tesching before that. -Tliur-inond's, ot don, leaving the former nt 7:'J0 a. m.. invitntion. Stanford 7:11, and airiving at the fair Tuts It to notify the public not to hire grounds at about 'I o'clock. Tho Lonor harbor my boy, James Washington don train leaves nt 7.15 a. m. and stops nt Carrier, who is a minor and has left nil stations, reaching Richmond also all). liomo without my consent. C. H. CarStuivk iiv Lii.iit.sinh. Dave and Alrier, Gilbert's Creek. bert Given, colored work hands on n JiiiwK W. K. Vaiinon is building a farm ni nr McKinn'y, were struck by nice residence of 10 rooms on the lot lightning Tuesdny afternoon. They were given hii wife by Mayor I). W. Vnnde- - hauling wheat when the Hash cat no and veer. It is on the new pike at the sum both of them were badly stunned. A couple of tine mules hitched to the mit of the hill overlooking town. wagon they were in, were killed outTh k Garrard people will as usual put right. It has only been a few months the big not into tbu little one nt their sinc they hud a brother killed by lightfair, which will be held and to- ning. morrow. Lincoln county will see them On ncconnt of several postponements, do it and be there in large numbers. the directors of tho Lincoln County Tiutcounly court, under the new law, Building & Loan Association did not has transferred So wire M. C l'ortman's meet till Tuesday Inst when a dividend liquor license to Joseph ColToy. W. It. of UJ percent, was declared. Mr. II. C. Cress was appointed administrator of Farris was elected a director in tliu place Henry Flinchpaugh and Jos. Cofley (not of Mr. J. A. Carpenter, who gavo up hi!" our Joel of l'eter Cartwright Ilutt. position because of ids ill health. The 0 association has now over Sl'o.000 loaned His friends at Rowland received n Tuesday that Lee Watts, former- out and there is a pressing demand for ly of tiiat placo had been fearfully hurt more. J. II. Baughinau was in a wreck near F.iducah. The telegram secretary. stated that besides numerous other inTo the Fen. Sheritr Jninea W. juries Mr. Watts hail an arm literally of Laurel, stopped here yesterday crushed. and took Wils Jennings, who has been to FrankJidokT. L. Shiii.ton came to town confined here for fort to serve n life sentence. Hu receivTuesday afternoon in a biiL'cy which had just been repaired. Driving into Hruco's ed the nbove sentence nt the Laurel ciralley be left his horse untied, and the cuit court, on a clianguof venue, for conusual results followed, the horse be spiracy in tho murder of John S. Bailey, eamti frightened, and running up to George Turner ami Bony Turner. There Main street he struck a curbing and up- are numerous other cases against him, set the huggy, considerably damaginc but ho will not have an opportunity of that .'chide, while the animal was some- paying the penalty for them. what distigured. CHURCH AFFAIRS. to-d- ay m m tel-egrnin l!r.v. John Hbi.i. Gihon has eontract- ihI witli Ibiney A Allen for an S1.S00 cot-tAyour men Clay nnd Smith pretty badly." to be built on the laud he purehsH-edo- f And thnt seems to have been the verdict Mr. W. H. Miller, opposite Mr. S. oi a largo majority of the crowd. J. Kmbry'fl. Attention is called again to the ftct Haviikk ltnvxoi.iH, son of our old that special trains will be run each day friond Clark lEeynolds, will give an of tho Richmond Fair, beginning next bai beetle, miir Waynesburg, Tuesday, from Junction City anil LonSaturday, July 'Jfitb. He extends a gon-er- bust up the multiplication table." " I don't know so much about that," sid Mr. Carter, " but I know ho 'busted up' in al THE LOUISVILL ,E Main Street, Stanford, Ky, ever heard. Were I would give one hundred millions to Ifuble to make n speech as he can." But alas and alack ! Such gifts, good friend, are hIwivo price, anil enn not be hml for hm- nor money, j While a trivial case was on trial in the police conit hero Tuesday, a little dispute arose between the judge and and in tho twinkling of an eye the two plucky ollirials were acting Sullivan and Kihain after the moat approved tactics. Nobody wns hurt, and like the true gentlemen and chivalrous Kentuchians that they arc, they made friends shortly afterwards and drowned their ire (as Bums puts it) " in a cup of generous juice." is 1 i 5" STORE Proprietor. , A. URBANSKV, 3IAXES AND GABRIEL, Managers. the finest orator I aa rich as Vanderbilt, W. B fVicROBERTS, - ' city-nttome- ; DRUGGIST AKTD JEWEr-EHHas tlie Newest and Latest Styles of Wall Paper, Every Shade and Color of JLlabastine; The Best and Purest WhiteLead and Oils; .Ready Mixed Paints and Neal's Carriage Paints; Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil- Dnring the first six months of the year, there have been l,7l'S miles of main track laid in :; of the States ami Territories on RID roads, says tho Railway Age. verware, Watches, Clocks to do all kinds And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. m m Tin: directors of the new Stanford Roller Mills met Wednesday and elected Mr. J. W. Hayden president iu the place of Mr. T. J. Foster, who did not desire to hold the olllco longer, nnd reelected Dr. J. 1, Vaiiarsilale secretary, treasurer rind superintendent. By the way the trade spoken of iu this paper several issues ago is oil'. Dr. S. G. llock-- er will do the traveling for mill. Mai:i Hci.m, a negress, Hwore out a Patsy warrant against her Helm, and that individual was brought before ludgo Varnon Wednesday on the charge of having nssaulted her step daughter last Sunday night while she was passing through Mr. John Miller's woods. Tim evidence showed that one was about as much iu fault as the other, hut it having been proved that Fatsy struck the llrst lick, she was lined $:land step-mothe- The jury in the Tate security enso day and night. returned in favor of the defendants, which means that the State will bu out SoO.000 unless the court of appeals reverses. The family of J. II. Cornelius, a farmer, near Riifcsellville, consisting of Having Removed My Stock- four persons, was poisoned at the supper table .Monday. One is dead and tho others can not recover. 'Washington county, Ky., has n plague of honuy bees. They have taken possession of houses, bams nnd churchHack to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can at es. The attic of the sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken Spriuglield is full of tho industrious litRev. W. Y sheppard will hold n tle workers. They got into Colonel til exchange. service nt the Methodist church next Thomas Gruudy's residence brick IF1. Sunday night, beginning nt S o'clock. through a crack and tho family have vaRev. T. J. Godbey announces that cated. Rev. J. O. A. Vaught, of Richmond, will assist him in a protracted meeting nt the NEW ADVKRTISEMEXIN. Methodist church, beginning next Monday night at S o'clock. Services thereM. CRAIG, after will bu held at 10 a. m. and 8 i. m. DR. daily. Homeopathic Physician, Mo-ren, safe-keepin- Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours! REMOVED -- Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- tions, Etc., IB. court-hous- e IROTTT. SEASONABLE GOODS. Mason's Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, JOHN CRAB ORCHARD. STAMORI), 9 p. in. C. O. has night mails now. Dlllcc Hours' Utlicc on I .... lo to KENTUCKY. p. m.; S u a ni .; i to 3 to Grass Hooks, Machiue Oil, Farm Bells Lightning Fruit Jars, Grain Cradles, jMoiving Blades, Leounard Refrigerators, Water Coolers, White Mountain There are about Springs. SO guests nt C. O. jncastt'r street, opposite court liousc, Mr. W. F. Aliiams arrived Wednesof day from Knoxville with a car-lo- ad A WAHITIHG. CITY AND VICINITY. r Finest comb honey for sale. Ware, May wood, Ky. J. M. 2t Tennessee sheep. 1'crint are tiered)- - forlmMen lo ri'li in my InLc, It was W. A.Carson instead of John 3 mtlei Went of Waynesburg, under tho penalties Ciuson who was elected secretary and prescribed for such tretpax. JAMES McWIIORTKK, YoH'inile, Ky treasurer of the Christian Sunday school. express, No. 2t, the eostfl. n good milk cow for S. Vander-poo- l Dr.MlLti' The Fine Mountain Coal A Iron killed Rcst60ativ rtcavine Monday night. It was appraised Co., Pineville, has sold its property to a kCl. Tf na i Minneapolis syndicate for an alleged at SW. fSvTSI The case against young Kennedy, consideration of $1,:HX),000. The devel charged with assaulting Mrs. Adams. opment will proceed at once. Electrici lias been compromised and dismissed at ty will be put in for lighting, hauling the solicitation of tliu plantilf. nnd mining coal, nnd every ellbrt made Mr. JohnT. Higgins has been em to get the product to market in the best as private policeman at the shape and least time. Tliu plant com- ployed .1.:- - .,,,.,. .,,! VV n llr...l-..: . . 'ivnni, prises a large coal and coke plant, nnd n Biiiui:a lino oruouui i...u i k of Hustonville, has charge of tho tele inv.-it is said, lias just been made contract, UI'tIV.m.k. i mt nr V3VK ' graph department in tho hotel ollice. y with tho King Furnace Company, Hock-daltaStfBt'S',7' The foxes have holes and the birds Gr.M rrtn.Kl of coke dai- Tumi,, for 100 Htro.ltiki.ir.o i Goods Warranted of tho air have nests, but where shall a young man find rest whose steps are 3r- if Tiik stockholders of the Cumberland dogged by a woman with a ruinous Vallev Laud Co. met in annual session tongue V But we aro tliuty, uud can in tjvSib: fnl I us vif hero Wednesday and elected tho follow- tho language of Tennyson cry, " Break, ing directors : Vincent Boreing, Robert break, break ! on tho cold, gray stone, i Boyd, Juinos W. I? ox, J. fe. Hooker, W. Osea!" G. Welch, Gov. J. B. McCreary, It. B. Marion Xoe.ono ofthotwonieu who1 Of all forms, Xpuralgia,Spasms,Fits,Sleep-murdere- d Whitridge, John W. Fox, Jr., and V. James Turner and Miko I)i- - lessness, Dullness, Dizziness, Blues, Op- et?" F. Walton, who in turn Judge m, UI..U Cumberland Gap tho 1'dth of i Ur. Miles' Restonitivo Nervine, discovered' Boreiug president, Mr. I locker secretary May as they lay asleep in the tent off y tho mlneut Itullana Specialist In uer- nnd clioso J. A. Craft their concubines, an account ot wiilcn vous diseases. It does not contalu opiates ino oook or great Numerous propositions for the purchnso you jave nt the time, was captured by or uangerous drugs, in the Glades cures nnd trial bottles Fiiee nt druggists. of the lands, some 30,000 acres lying in It. L. and II. M. Turner Dr. allies' Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. Harlan county and ricli minerals nnd Tuesday. TllIAL BOTTXK FREE. timber, were considered and much other Said ft prominent citizen hero after I will take old gold A. K. PENNY, IJriicsM, Stan'or.d Ky. bus'neES transacted. his return fioui hearing John Rhea: "He north-bound Freezers, Lime, Salt, Cement, Piaster Paris, Plasterer's Hair. B. K. & W. '3.. WEAREXT. ( . PliiiAl 1 1 H.6.RUPLEY,- - ! igewl)gHff Receiving His and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. ( r "J r j e, car-load- s m .r: I. im&t SpringiSummer Goods Hri X! ;-j Give aim a callj vf -- o"V-- HEADACHE! t ' -- R0BT. FE1TZEL, Dealer In 4, V mm, clocks m mmi J 1 vice-preside- 6?Rcpairing neatly and promptly done. or silver in exchange lor goods. All Work Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. (Stanford, Ky.) O y ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journl AT DEMOCRATIC TICKET. A ViCT.M OF HETEROPHEV.Y- - XCREAM them." Tltoy protlnco reciilnr, uulnrnl ore-1- 1 Sandusky, O., 1ih1 a $170,000 Urn "I never saw them at lmrrlvsiire stores in Krlpe or lnlerfero till at Ions, LouisviLic NasHVinc n. H. ilrlly liuolitess. Amu fitiuKy tneillrttic, all my life." said the puzzled shopjier. of Wednesday. M. F. ELKLN & CO., Mtiolilil lie In esery lio'iiMliotit. ttie.s "Can't help that, sir," ruplicd the clerk. is still risins:, ami now Sulton Is hr line r oii, a ill so i livunYWiiKici-:So he tried a hardware store In this wav, rovers 2,000 square miles. "You don't keep door plate here, do you'' Ky. A. S. PKXCK, "Certainly we do," Mld the clerk. "What Aquilla Joiifp, fc'r., n prominent pol They 4 size do you want l!ras or silvetf" and Make ilo n. l ittciRU of Indinnit, is dead. SUKOHOy DKNTIST. he took down a box of them mid handed regulate liver, Kentucky Union railroad Wed- out one of each kind for inspection. Tlie OlRte on Mam street, over W. B. McRobeils LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Druj Stanferd. nesday opened ita extension to Juokpon. "What sort of a door mat in tlmt, sir?" Yit all paints y, thundered the annoyed customer. "Why At Traveler's Rest, in Owsley coun-tIMRol'i.ll IICKI'TS P. and greatly you pay HA(.(.A(.k CIIKt KhI) lilRnl 1,11 LIME AND BRICK. John Uartnor was shot and 11101 tally dou't uuiiucMi" a little more attention to your lot any informal inn .miutrt of wounded by Jacob Lynch. "You said dour plate," oid tho clerk. t J A I ,,,t. I will dvliser I Ime at ;; Cents a Ituvlirl in I? Did l ay door plate? Are you Williams, of Houston, 8& "Did Mrs. Kate SUnf t!. Ky Stanford and the ncigl rirhi IM r N. Ir.v r Ak.i suref" Tox., is the proud mother of a I will also load on )' .1 n l i K tarsal Crab .Orchard. I'n "Certainly, that's what you said." Lowell, Iwby with a full set of teeth. "Say, youtiK mau, have you not a fool at 75 tents a hundred (me me a chmcr. , 6m Col. Bennutt Young has at Inst killer about the store I Wen use if you UOl KHt T.liFR.Cral. Or. hard job. Here I've been have, I can givi-hia agreed to meet John S. Hhea on the blundering all the morning infci dry floods R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. stump to arguo the new constitution. r .4'av aud carpet stores asking for a door plate, ;i'-'". ff'trir .riM iV'A f.,7i i ii; w z.'"ttYzr' . ' i A disease like the Texas fever has when I wanted a door mat all the time. ii.t:. r" Ilesltr in ureign V l .inestic DENTIST. broken out among the cattle of Judge I'll ko out ami hire somebody to kiok mel" igy aiytyA Office on Main street, opposite Poriman Iloute, Shaw at Independence, and many have -- New York Tribune. WINKS AND upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Uas given for painless & :h extracting. tlied. Jr" Ai .lufTi j SJr W '1 i:rc A kerman's Tlio CsiilniH-- . Semi an1 Milwaukee Nitllctl VI 41 1,1 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. wells in the There are 10,000 oil miles If A country Is certainly "long" on preco- beer. 114 Kt Jeflrv.m strict, bet HosU , N.m-,- l Prcslon, I.Ot'lSVU.t.F. L'nited States, representing a capital of' city when it tmunpiros that a saiiool beer, svarrantetl to keep si KV Steam itimmIs Mr rA ' VVlf - - . wn tr mt lb,i--' 'Af-J-' vni-s'- sri ssi 5120,000,000, with an output of 130,000 ma'am, tucked away in a de.olato ooruer will be found al the r'urtmati House saloon and .V i(Srwr , Roln.l of North Dakota, receives the following it ret rill tltos' H0HS0PATH1C barrels per day. fLi easily from a bit re footed, blushing youth rcssasaiQ Allie YanMeter was thrown from a with a calico shirt and one susimnder: Itomjf Kinoicl my ltrt'r Miou in the Corn Lia'J.t'.f. fcjw a I I 'Curescuts, bruises, old sores. skin diseases, -: ommixUte l lain JiM' ret I CYCLO.VKS. young horse at Winchester and his head as corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches, halter T.-(it v r ' Ih- - s itiesvt line nentUn en titk. in),thi tpy may A cyclone Is a whlrllgic inntlo out of wind. CU.ioin, burns, dew poison and bruises Wherever it has ptrikim: an electric light post, he was siishinm) nailed on tall The) 're very destructible ami cotno from IJuiltlino; been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and JKssK I UiMI'SdN. "nine They're untile by thoCiitiucksntiil mt ita propensity Iqj removing soreness is remarka- instantly killed. Int ' tnmrriiai Hotel. In the rorpnute limits o Rowland MaVias dirist Lure ble. Numerous testimonials will be secured and em im li. us in (enttal liuonde Senator Pefl'er, of Kansas, is making down war. cause wo licked Is in tho revoluwill appear in this space at a later date. Made ptii for mean, think Canuck tion H J. DARST, Kowland. 6 and sold by some speeches in Kentucky for the peo-ixxiple. feiats. NATIONAL BANK Sl I.oui., MulliganClexUnd, Chla(o,Hufljld, II. HIOr.INS, Stanford, Ky. JtoS-iJ. IVrtto.i, pie's party, but they are so disappoint-- ! Our folks lias hml IntM of trouble. You see, ludianapolis aad the wt. my maw U a id tier. Wo lost imw In n cy 1)1 sIANrtlRD. Ki ?Stw l.lils'nt, Canada. ing that thev make no votes. iR-iEisra- : clone. Ono of tlie-shere Canuck cyclone prohibition law went comes nlntit;, ami the last we m of imw ho v, in Uoston's new Noav THE SHELTON HOUSE, into eflect July 1. allows a man tvso a thrablti round in tho air ImhU is hundred WMhitiglnn. H..:iin.,.r, rhiladf li.kia, It foot nbovo izroiiml with acbieken 00011 In nnn l time to IJmKrarklorl K SMAI.I lAUM.MIUMled drunks per year for which he can not bo lmud nntl a Miwbnck In tho other. Mwv niU atoul j miles frusa Suaford, war lUwhiin Braath Kuhtstootl, MKI.IMA UREER, Proprietor, J. H. Rh.ii..t t. tMUhslait aln.i Surpkis Iuu kesi tine to Acres. io acre io culllvatiess md alt well waterbut upon the third oiren.. ed House asi tbr-- rooms. jix-Posssn ifMI If .111! a NVS-J Attention of the pnMic w .....rd ,o ,iv. f.r. TXHIFAW July ijta. Atmly lo sac mm itv SHewfses. back-b- ut ho didn't. Then maw got an ld KOfs up lor one year. v u kiv.1 il,lill.fW.A Va that this is the only NatuMsal Haak in Stanford A MRS. K J. MOCK ju j nn hh accommodations at reasonable rates. Forepnuuh'a ' tu,lt iwwt carried way a iwrr-I'p.ler the piovisions of the Xattoaal Hank Act Solid Trains, hattaafs ears, smsskinc tars isd At Lyons, la., during tnys mid lull n t to K1 Utd till slio llnda Open day and night. Sample room and good livery depositors arc secured sot oaly by the capita I Coaches, Pullman IToudVIr Mmhii thi. iih withilliam Hanlon, out whether alie'ts ureal wlddcr or only hbrvw in connection. circua performance, U' V. 1ml by the stuCkHsslfjrs liability lor an out chaava via Lhallaa Ota, Hirmlsuxhim, Mend am iuni equal lo the stock, so that depositors of iaa makiat- diroci rotineciions eei (Out. ..r one of the famous Hanlon brothers, a8, wldtlor. are t ured b) a faad of Ste,uno this institution Ashevillo, I.Tarhbnrgand pomis in the That's tho way maw feels, nil that's why by the breaking of a trapeze bar, thrown doi).t Hke cyclones. Five sworn sutenicats of the c ttndltton of the bank A. O. I. allium. John U. Castleman. are made each year to the L'nited Stales gvtern-raeOur folks H ded eot ngln om. "0 feet to the ground and instantly killed and Its I am ell prepared l 'ore well and will do the by gosernment assets are examined al staled liasm Dotroit Free Prosv agents, thus socunng iuldisitMuI At CbIUooa for Ailsnla. Columbus, W iln ing The Brown Lijiht Infantry, named work, in a sTmmI manner and promptly ton, Cbariestn. Auu.U, Marcm, SaiannaF, and perfect safety io depositors Voting llrown, has in honor of Col. John This institution, Micmasly established as the Hrunswisk, Lake til). heauassilre a.td H.illll Dosvn by tlio Sen. At One Dollar a Foot. OA points Deposit Hank of Stanford in llsj. thea Are yon cngnnedr" he wbUjiorod low, been orcanized at Lexington with 40; The onls line running solid trains ith rhi t isrd m the Nath.nal Hank ol Siaalutd in itoj aad Carl on or address me al Stanlofd, Kenlui Vr, And low the aad pea bretwen ( ar tn Ji.l,. aa tho l'lrsl National Rank al I'ttllman ftVisiilnir "t l'.t . again members. Mr. .1. C. Bryant was chosen I.. T. SMITH. Jltl Wont blKhluic thmuuh tliuMllly night, iMj, has had practKoUr an uninterstHivtlle wiitumt chaiic lor au, c'a.s f Suntord in baggaae rupted interne of is years Ills beater supplied captain, Bishop Clay first lieutenant and And through tho lwiy triusiM. Selma and alonlgomery, lli.nlville. Decatur, now with taciutie tor transncUog business prompt Thos. Davidson second lieutenant. "ArojoucuKtsBed?" h'ihlspored low, ly aad liberally than eew before in lis lossg and KtoirH e. ,MmphinnH AltKN.SAS itis. l Sboii-s- t hossorablc career. Account of corporations, and n ai k.sl l Annislcm Selmi, low tho white ciipiK-t- l billows Acl The Chesapeake & Ohio railroad has d Piicct cnnaei lins made al NKW firms and individssats respectfully Camo drumming In uputi tho IhxicIi. witLout omnibus transfer for li'slvema contracts with C. closed (ircun frluKLnl with droopini; willows. Houston, AiSiiu. The Dlreciory ssi this Hank is composed ! I hase finished my stew Saw Mill on the Somerone of the largest steamship own" pike, t miles rum Maalonl and air prepared T.J. I'oMer, of SlaM(rst; set "Aroyoti onjfHi;ed?" ho whNjierod low. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. to furnish any lind of I.UMIIKK, MUNC.W.S. BA11BEE &CASTLEMAN ers in England, for three regular lines And low the uiht birds .wtnjrin;; Fnreststs Kassl, Liacain county ; The only through line u ami Asbur, will sell the TRICKS , at LOWEST Their silent courses through tho MsM. Shresrpott La., iniking iliircl ci'lintctioni of steamers from Newport News, Va., to J. W. Ilaydta, Sinanrd, the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers, (.lit Drought dihtunt nott's of klnclnt;. without om m'.u. triisf.r lor Dsllsa V rt Worth, MANAGERS, me a trial. Pa.tofiice. M AYWOOD. K V S. II Haacamna, Iswssla; Liverpool, London and Glasgow, and Austin Sn Anmnm. KI Paso and points m I will deliser sawed chestnut shmsles at Stan!. J.MinVr, !t. Vwnon; "Aro you cnsjnufdr" ho whispered low. ford or Rowland at J. n ptr.M Commerce Building, Louisville. also for occasional steamers to Havre and TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. "No, no," ah tsald, and turrled f. T. I lairs Lincoln. . A II. HAST! N l'ur through rale line t county nispt aad till Antwern. A moment while ho kissed hor htind; J. S. Ilsscker Staafrd; Agents throughout the South. lalormsiini all on Arntat luti. ti.n t'ur. Ky "No, no," ho oald, "I'm married." O. A. lackey. I.iacola; raddress HtVNKW WilOLLLY, Detroit Flee 1'rosa. CASH ONLY. Tiav I'ill Agt , rsmeton, Kv T. V. HUl.Suaferd; Colored Stnti.itiuh Attain. D Mil D f. FR. OWAKDS, W. C. WeJch, auatord. W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, Tho latest one of President Francis A. Irarti Mankr O P ,v T A.. Fiadlnir that I eaa not make a decent llvinj by In (Mover. W. I. 'Fate. Suaford. I have decided lo do all doing a credit business, tun rati O s "Walker's admirable articles on the "She is very beautiful, I understand," STANFORD. KY bugsy and vtajroM makinc of my OPKICUKf: "Heavenly." is published in TheFornm, and deals aad repairing for cah, and for cash only Hy parisur; cash you csih eel woel. done cheaper at J.S. latter, I'rasMraai; with tho somewhat knotty problem of "AndlierutUorr" ; well as asotd trse humiliation of stalemeiiU jbkn J. McKoberas, Caaaier; "Otio esery few weeks tho colored population. To begin, it is men." of the most gtjnlnl and kindly o. A A McKmnev. AsstsUnt Cashier WAI.rKRl'IKI.OS. "3lL.L'Ii; C.UASH ItCitT'J'JC." to bo recalled that tho colored census of "And hur mother!'" 'I umersstlle, Ky. 1870 was defective, and that a large num"A delightful bidy." Tho Sliortont and Quiokont Rcuto from ber of blacks were not included in the "And her chaperon ?" Coiitrnl Kontucky to all polnta North "Out of bight." Cope Cod Item. I T TA2S.1ES ! East, Wont and macount at all. Tho deficiency was cor-- j TOE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR Linobotwuon Loxlntrton and Olncln-nntrected in 1SS0, nntl tho blacks who had Mi m , Newp rt Ncs al er , "K I). ' A SHtlfuctory Apolni;y. TO TAX-PYKRS OF LINCOLN COt S 'hd Venn' uli'U Trams to m taea for IM I am prepared to collect been left out were counted, together, .Mr. Figc Liiurn tells me that you were THROI MI TRAIN CINCINNATI TO MID have school tax to collect lor i districts ni.rBOKOU(.H ami JEI.LIC. asAas JL,JLmm!lwJfa?.mJi&!I!!! with their natural increase. This made serenading her bust nlht. Philadoiphia I hope Come prepared to pay all at one time " Mudge-W- ellr will try to he first to settle that esery the colored race in tho Union assume ab- SCI1LDULE IN KFFECT MAY lo.tSai. Baltimore, Now York, SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, ' Mr. Fittu I just came arottml to npolo- - with me orotic of ray deputies vii Richard M normally great proportions. There was glze SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. .Va I. No- S No All points Kait and Suiitheast. for throwing that hair brush nt you Newland, Samuel . MenefeeMKNKFKK. J. N Only one tnhl out Irom I.exiaKton, a cry of alarm lest tho negro should out- - You see. I thouuht it wasthutloi:. IndianSheriff of Lincoln Ca. PRICE SO CENTS. 3(.4m l)aily Lx. Sun t'L iiiL'Li Corrected Tune Card in I'.ffect Ma IS. rial. Send three p in stamps for free aplo fctnp tne white in increase and take the npolis Journal. LveCincitMsati ... in a in' 8 00 p m 3 Covington.... 8 18 am t ol i m J 6 p m country. General Walker quotes from Lve Ciiit Hoiimi. SALE. FAU3I (lot It. Lve Falataulh 0 4 am g it p m 1 p m a political campaign speech made two Fast Mail leaves l.cxliiv'ton daily at 7 15 am, Arr Pans 11 iS a mite ji p m 6 10 p m Judge I uishtii my larm of acres, sityears ago in which tho statement was gold watchWhy did you htcal this maii'ii uated on thesoli prlsati-l- Turnpike aS ml1" fr0"" Winchesters aj, Mt Slerllnjc .s., Olive Hill in 40 Arr Lexington . 11 se Pjn'il to p raj w P ta Ashland ir I) pm, Catletlburg u.si, itrrls lug at Knot. Lick i b a in Lve Paris in Old made that the negroes of America would Hardened Prisoner I wanted to have a Stanford'1 and known as thecontains henry UriRhl lluntlngtoii 11.50 pm 3 cemlotuble Liniltekl Kxpriss leaves Lexiiiglim iknl) at 6 is Arr Winchester.. is 10 p m he trame dwelling place. good time. 7 JJ p a Arr Klchmsnd.... V "i in a comparatively short time amount 35 all in Rood repair Good pm, Wuirliestfr 700 Mt .Merlin 7 .to, Olise Hill rooms and 41 p in Judge You shall. Three years, Call u.iter mill healthful. Address. 01, Ashland 10 jo CatletUburg i 4'j, arris ing at Arr Lancaster.. tom. to 50,000,000. o P m Arr Stanford SAMUEL, Dans die, Ky. lluntincton at 07 t . ABSOLUTELY PURE, J. J. tho next case! Exchange. 1. They will never reach that number, Lve Richmond ... Accojiinouanon, amiv, escept aunda . leave 35 P m ' FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH.1 Lexington at u pm, nn hester 7 10, Mt Mir. Arr Llvington... 3 II P m according to General Walker. They are An Exception. ...;. m mu Hill Co. lint; 7 ss. arming at Olise exceptat Sunday, leases Lve Middlesboro 7 Si P m AND NURSERY PURPOSES. W Accommodation, dailr an anomaly and an artificial product in "My son," said the old man, "remember Lexington ut soam, Winchester i 10 pm, Mt. No. 4. No. 3. TAB-0IS0.6 CO., Sterling 0$ pm. Daily leave Olise Hill 644 am' Chicago, fiS this country in tho first place. They that nothing of worth is gained without an Ashland 8 45 am, Catlettshuig y oj, arrives limit effort." KY., OF STANFORD, were brought hero by force; they were Lve Middlesboro M ingtun 9 15 am, irFor sale by A. R Penny and M. L llourne, "Hownboutn Sec Lve Livingston... 11 15 a m taken here and there by their masters to reverent youth. pat flushf" asked the a 2 Stanford Iudlauapolls Journal. Is now fully or janiied and ready for business with Hound Arr Richmond m - " ii.-,""- . Fast Mail leases Huntington daily at 600 am, climates in every way unsuited to them, 7 1x3 a m Catlettsburg 6 , Ashlanil I 37, Olive Hill 8 30. Mt Lve Stanford c- 2 Evidence. nnd they were forced into unnatural Lancaster.... Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Stetling 1077, Winchester 11 05 nnd arrives Lex-- 1 Lve Richmond.... 7 50 a m Arr "I read your spring poem, HInks." lie t at uoj pm conditions of many kinds by slavery. 15,000. Limited l.xpreis leaves llun'lngtun daily at t 70 Lve Richmond... 10 1$ a P m 6 03 am Surplus, "That wasn't n spring poem." u 46 m Now that slavery has ceased, it is found pm, Catlettsburg t 39, Ashland so. Olive Hilt Arr Winchester. 4 P m 6 35 a ml "It must have been. It gave me those 301, .MI.MeilliiC4 ....- .JJ P m 7 4Sajn that tho negro seems naturally to bo tired feelings right on." Sow York Suu. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL at l.exingt'ti at 5 3031, Winchesttr 4 j9 and urrlves Arr Paris un Lve l.exiugion ,. uu y m 7 00 am, 3 45 P m sliding down into the lower gulf region Accommodation, ally exrent Sunday, leaves Lve Paris... HANK OK STANFORD, 45 P m 7 53 a m 4 $ P m Olive Hill am Mt. Sterling 6 J5. Winchester Lve Falmouth.,.. A Sootalilo l'reaent. 4' 10 p m 013 a tn, 5 as the country most like his own and the (Now closing up) with the same assets and under 7 is ana arrives at Lexington at a 05 am. Arr Covington... 5 40 p m 10 49 a m 6 30 p m "WhntI going to 37 p m Accozinoilation il.tllv leaves Huntington tit 6 n Arr Cincinnati .. the same management. land where he thrives best. This has with a dozen black present yoursweetheart S 30 p in 10 55 a m 6 43 p in pocket handkerchiefs?" Hy provisions of its chatter, depositors arc as pm, Catlettsburg 657, Ashland 7 10 and arrives at niado an increase of tho negro population In National Olivo Hill S 55 pm. Except Sunday leaves Mt On iheMaysville Branch, No 10. leaves fully protected as ate depositors e "Yes; he's a chhnueysweep." Paris at 55 and arrives a 755. m a,l No. u, at 6 Hanks, its shareholder being held individually Sterling nt o pm, Winchester p m, arriving at in tho lowland cotton Hlatter. Maysvil e al 10 ,o, a m, andij, liable to the extent oi the amount of their stock Lesington at 2 4$ pin. is the sustained elsewhere. belt which is not 8 m. No. a't therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the Mlyi.J"llc at, swam, arrVng at Pans Limited Vestibuled Extiress runs dailv and tax Amenities. amount invested in such shares. It may act as Pullman Yesttbuled llulfct Sleepers Jirtween Lou- in".' leaves M...;n. .. . It is in the lowland cotton belt that executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as isville, Lexington, Washington, New York and :t, daily except Sunday. an individual. General Walker predicts the increase of is o' To those v.ho entrusted their liulsiness to us Old Point Comfort. This train Made part of the J.': dilY '."?" 1oin,, Rowland Dlvis. the negro will take place, if at all. And it while mnacinvr the Lincoln National Hank ol celebrated ion. is daily except Sunday. V. No. runs dally irom Lexington to Cincinnati. Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and will never assume, cannot assume tho No, a runs daily 4. trust llicy will continue to transact their business Eatt of Huntington on the C. O. Route No. 3 runt daily from nil stations except with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenproportions predicted by alarmists. If Fast Mail rains run dally except Sunday be the tion to same, our twenty years' experience in tween Lexington and Huntington, Make direct Rowland Division, which Is daily except Sunday. the birth rate of the black race is high, banking and as liberal accommodations as are con- connection at Huntington with C. A' O, ; nt Ash No. j daily except Sunday. No 4 daily betwwn Cincinnati and Lexington sistent with sound banking land wnh S. V. R ; al Winchester with K C. R. the death rate is correspondingly so, tc iso 43 I arts and Lexlngjnn Accommodation daiK. north nnd south bound, and at l.exitigtoii with ly Leaves Lexington 10:00 a. m. Arrives Pans such an extent that tho real increase ol Mkectoks: L. t N., L. S. and C.,N. O. At T. P. Railroads. Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily, lo'ts a. in Williams, Mt. Vernouj J. J. this race is not large. In 1700 the black-- i No. 3 Falmouth Accommodation; leave Cincln-naexcept Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and J, M..llall,Slaulord; 5 io p m by the Lexington constituted nearly ill V of tho total Arrives Falmouth 7 03 tn dailv from K. C points and nt l.txinglor. with L. & N. except Sunday. ' J.S. OvvsWy, Stanford; R. R. for Louisville. population of tho Union. In 1810 they 7 Leaves Falmouth 6 00a Na Arrives CinLexington and Ml. Sterling Arcommodaiiou Mills Co., Lexing- were only S.J. Embry, Stanford; cinnati 7 55 a rn dally except Sunday. runs dally except Sunday, and makes direct in 1800 they were J. K. Lynn, Stanford; No. 1 and 6 mako connections at Winchester for r at Winchester In nnd irom Mlddlealmr. sale by all ton,. Ky. A. W. Carpenter, Millcdgevtlle; while in 1800 they are less ough and Richmond, and nt Lexington with - S. points on tht K. N. M. V. R'y, E. D. i ) x.fvJi ,"ieV,"'0'.,J,h "om Ctncinnatito Ky. for Louisville. J. K.Haughman, Hustonville; thnn nnfs.nir.riMi. Tn Mi ffnriirv lifirin. first-cla- ss Middlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all In. Grocers. For full information in rt'Ktird to rates, routes, termediate Lady Qodiva do Itougeott- -I don't think ; ... i.u:.. J. F. Cash, Stanford; i. .iv. iron "'" ....s stations and runs daily, , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines " ,, V , x V '" William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. UTiY Pointing looks well in this horrid elec MyNSO.V.Trav. Pass. Agt.. Cincinnati. W'h r or to fail to use Cream s. KNorr. Bisieeuioiu, mo uiiick oniy ten- - trie light! C. P TMORE, C. L. DROWN, II. E. HUNTINGTON, S. II. Shanks, President. Traflic Manager. Gen G. P A., V P. and O. JL, Agt. Hostess (nettled) Don't you, dearf Per fold. Thero aro at present about 7,000,- U. Owsley, Cashier General nilire. I.nnln.111. good 000 you J. Lexington, Ky. V S. F. H. MORSE. Gei.'l TterRmw with A frifnn hlrsntl in MiMr baps you would prefer to remain in the W. S. HARRISON, Bright, Teller. O W. HARNEY, drawing room, whero tut lamps and sliadw ' W.M. P. A., Ashland', Ky omce Chamber ot Commerce Uuiiding.Ciiicrnnat a happy Cook. .v G .M., Lexington, rv y J. H.UauzlimaD, General urei Loudon Punch. En Could Nut Itiiy a llttor l'lute nt the ! Goods Stnrc, Vewnp Hrewn John Governor A man with n rather vacant look aud n VJ 55 Of Hcndirson. i'MIt AB"r NCK hurried air, evidently a dweller In the e charged. Mitchell C. Alfofd suburbs, with many small errands on his wrWhen not o paid S2.50 Of Marl. mind liesldes his regular htislni'ss nlTairs. Ittmdrlck rushed Into a dry good store the other day - ...W.J. K. I. LOCAL TIME CARD. Attorney General.- - -- and Mild to the clerk, "I want a small dour Of Flemtn?. plate." Train leaves Howlind at 7.00 a. m., returning I.Mke C. Narrmin "Dou't keep thorn," replied tho clerk. Auditor.. t 5:20 p. tn. Of IknMta, "Don't keep door plates" L. & ... LOCAL TIME CARD. "So, lr " H. S. Utile 1 T&tMr$r.M "This Is n dry goods store, Isn't It?" Mail train going North 11 la pm Of Cruxes. South 134pm "Yes, slrr" Express train " South 113am Reajlsuxr.. "And you hnvonoarpetdormrtmont.eli?" .0. n. sHg " " North m m "Yts, Mr." Local Freight North Of 'Ue. fcell Souths jupm Sops'The latter trains also carry passengers. a P. Thampeao "Anil sir."nigs and that sort of thingr" Instruetiati..... M....M.MM "Yus, Of Owen. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar "And yet you don't keep door plates?" time is about 30 minutes faster "So, sir." .A. A stoats Clark CtMs- -t Apa "Well, my advice to you ami your emporHarriwn. loyer-), young man," said tho suburban dwfllor, its he walked out In dKgu-it- , "is or to lay in some sort of a complete retire from hunine." W. It. Varttan Judt Tlieif ho duelled Into a cnrtiet store ami ..I). II. ICdtaiaton asked for a door plate. Rptw"itntive., "You'll find them at the hardware stores," said the clerk. "We don't keep NEWSY NOTES.' Publlahod Evory Tuesday and Fr day State. YKAK,iy many women Buffer from Excessive or Scant Menstruation; they don't know who to confide In to get proper advice. Don't confide in anybody But try Every Month 1 FOBSALEI Lot on Main Street in Stanford Containing 1 fiiiiiiiMri'i lJJJOUHVlUt Mwmmsi NtwAlBARTK ..TO CHICAGO R- T- emu eav. TK WALTON, Stanlotd. LIcUt.-Gave-an- Brad field's Female Regulator a Specific tar SCANTY, MYEHS HOUSE, P. W. ORBEN, I'roprlotor lake charatMN this aad intend ifnnt; 11 at its hifh itundnrd. Special alltatHw jrivtn t the ttnvHs)( public. I H1(A&(D9 ..Aad. ALL POINTS -- PAINFUL, PROFUSE. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR WJI!!vl' .Attd BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, Go. Hold by nil Uruggutib Ilookto "WOMAN ' ma.led tree. MENSTRUATION. hae recently Motel s prnt cieMWKaeBsBnYriimTriiiF' .. 6stn - M hi nl w - Firsl-Cla.s- EV!B n Sample Room In rnnns.tin AIMS Pool and Billiard Parlors. P n Eel I'ullman Vrslibuled ttultel Xleepers rtr.l I' : nn all trains thro Kit to Ctiicaao wllhnut ihaaje. On via the M.'inm and del the IrWI for lln l t money. I'nr iiiformation aililre. IAS. IIARkr.K, (J. P. A., Chi .1 W I. CKISH, O ! A . I mi s, . man llurTet Chwr Cm j-- .. 3l Hnnnn 1U ..IF l ARK llolNli CONSTIPATION and other bowel complaints cured and prevented by County. QTx:Fa.:E3 Malaria, Dumb Chills, ICE, ICE We ill deliver ice each I 3NTOHTXX o 1IIK WEST, use the prompt Fever and Ague, Wind Colic, Bilious Attacks. ni.-so- nrrnlng at folUtws- Under 50 Pounds 1J cents, over 00 and under 100 1 cent, over 100 fs oi a cent. r . Ayer's Cathartic Pills the cleanse the stomach, . , wk& SS-n- r Stanford, Double Daily Trnijis vl Sr, digestion. Dr. J. C. Ayer Mass. assist Co, 1 r. AKI'l-NIH- one-day-ol- 1 LIQl'OKS, t c Hll1 WH For Sals nn-rn- mMM? vf;luxZWKtW$WJ '.ms. 'HiaE&fifsmr'r I.t VTUO uasKriS i..js.-:-- L j CTrss L' m vuhrr - "wj:u) MfSmnr si o ' 'A-'i,. -"&: .1 tT "-h- it m T .- Manl-tob- Twenty i0t i - 1 11 under-han- d 1 yr o for FIRST CapitalStock S20o,ooo; Vtirk, llostoit, - li.-- M.ir-idliurt- , Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. ntncl, toif&&r&'AWS I m. ; 16,500, , n s "' TaTElC!. BORXJSTG - Knot-vilj- 1 ut ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. AMID3LIC1VAH, 1 r-nif W' Insurance Company, paicn-gerso- r Bastixi's Saw Mill. I I s, Mo-m- o!k-le- S live-ye- ar Fur-nes- A--c Itim-ber- , !ku 1. 4j-- iy FOR 1 1 I . cen-pu- 11 hrs-iH)i- I bat-tnt- prfn-nle- il 3,-i- Kentucky Central R.R. - -ir T-A.2T.- ' OLD KY. ROUTE A-i Hotitn-Won- t. l. A C . 1 Washington, j tax-pay- t. S" .sl - I South-Houn- - two-ce- FOR 4 TARHOIDiOAP D . .". 1 1 m v . 4 m 11 n. " J! Farmers Bank&Trast 11 Netth-Houn- d. 1 'i-- "i "T.. " v:-- 1 1 1 Humor-Istisch- The EEST FLOUR 1 1 11 F. F. 1 eJ' M A- - FLOUR For want 1 made Roller one-fift- h Wfflm m ti 11 one-sixt- h, one-sevent- aJsV.jj; in 111 ' A-- " Don't Flour if Bread and '" A--c .su,cuuti. - Hook-Keep- f' P.... ..Itiii t.fj'. " Iu. . 111. . 5l Elftlil