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LIST OF KENTUCKY NEWSPAPERS.

Adair-Columbia Spectator (D.), News (R.), Columbia.
Allen-Times (1).), Reflector (R.), Scottsville.
Anderson-News (1.), Lawrenceburg.
Ballard-Yeoman (D.), Wickliffe.
Barren-News (D.), Times (D.), Republican, Glasgow.
Bath-Democrat, Outlook (D.), Owingsville.

Bell-News, Middlesborough; Cumberland Courier (Ind.), Pineville.

Boone-Recorder (D.), Burlington.

Bourbon-News (D.), Gazette (D.), Kentuckian Citizen (D.), Reporter (R.), Star. Paris.

Boyd-Tr!-State, Independent, Kentucky Democrat, Catlettsburg; News (R.), Ashland.

Boyle-Advocate (D.), Danville,
Bracken-Chronicle (D.), Augusta; Review. (D.), Brooksville.
Breathitt-Ilustler (D., Jackson.

Breckinridge-Clover Democrat, News (D.), Leader (R.), Hardinsburg.

Bullitt-Pioneer (D.), Salt River Tiger (D.), Shepherdsville.
Butler-Green River Republican, Morgantown.
Caldwell--The Banner (D.), Republican, Princeton.
Calloway-Ledger (D.), Times (D.), Murray.
Campbell-Kentucky Journal (D.), Newport.
Casey-Tribune, Liberty.
CarlisleStar (D.), Bardwell.
Carroll-Democrat (1).), News (D.), Carrollton.
Carter-Bugle (R.), Tribune (R.), Grayson.

Christian- New Era (I).), Kentuckian (D.), Independent, Messenger, Major (Col.), Hopkinsville.

Clark-Democrat (D.), Sun (D.), Winchester.
Clay-The Republican, Manchester.
Crittenden-The Press (D.), Marion.
Cumberland-Herald (R.), Burksville.

Daviess-Evening Inquirer (D.), Messenger (D.), Golden Era (R.), Owensboro.

Estill-Spout Spring Times, Irvine.

Fayette--Leader (R.), Herald (D.), Kentucky Gazette (D.), Lexington.

Fleming-Times Democrat (D.), Gazette (R.), Flemingsburg; Inquirer. Ewing.

Franklin-Western Argus (D.), Roundabout (Ind.), Evening Call (Ind.), Frankfort.

Fulton--Courier (1.), Hickman.
Gallatin-Independent, Warsaw.
Garrard-Central Record (D.), Lancaster.
Grant-Courier (1.), Williamstown; Independent, Corinth.
Green-Record, Greensburg.

Graves- Mirror (D.), Index Democrat (D.), Monitor (D.), Mayfield.

Grayson-Gazette (D.), Eagle (R.), Leitchfield.
Greenup-Kentucky Democrat, Gazette (R.), Greenup.
Hancock-Clarion (D.), Plain Dealer (D.), Hawesville.
Hardin-News (D.), Independent, Leader (R.), Elizabethtown.

Harrison-Democrat, Times (D.), Courier (D.), Log Cabin (R.), Cynthiana.

Hart-News, Munfordville.
Harlan-Mountain Boomer, Harlan Court House.
Herderson--Gleaner (D.), Journal (D.), Henderson.
Henry-Local (D.), New Castie; Constitutionalist (D.), Eminence.
Hickman-Democrat, Clinton.

IIopkins-Hustler (D.), Mail (D.), Madisonville; Bee (R.), Earl. ington.

Jefferson-Courier-Journal (D.), Times (D.), Dispatch (D.), Even. ing Post (D.), Commercial (R.), News (Ind.), Anzeiger (D.), Free Republic (R.), Free Press (Ind.), FarmersHome Journal (F.), Louisville,

Jessamine-Democrat, Jessamine Journal (D.), Nicholasville. Johnson-Commereial (R.), Paintsville.

Kenton--Kentucky Post (Ind.), Commonwealth (D.), Record (D.), Kentucky Democrat (k.), Covington.

Knox-Pathfinder. Barbourville.
Larne-Herald (D.), Hodgenville.
Laurel-Mountain Echo (R.), London.
Lawrence--Big Sandy News (D.), Louisa.
Lee-Enterprise, Beattyville.
Lewis-Sun (R.), Vanceburg.
Lincoln--Interior Jonrnal (D.!, Democrat, Stanford. -
Livingstone--Banner, Smithland.
Logan-News (D.), Herald Ledger (D.), Russellville.
Lyon-Kuttawan (D.), Kuttawa; Tale of Two Cities, Eddyville.

Madison-Climax (D.), Kentucky Register (D.), Pantagraph (R.) Richmond.

Marion-Falcon .(D.), Enterprise (D.), Lebanon.
Marshall-Tribune (D.), Benton,
Martin-Gazette, Inez.

Mason-Evening Bulletin (D.), Sunday Morning Call (Iud.), Pub. lic Ledger (R.), Maysville.

McCracken--News (D.), Register (D.), Sun (R.)
McLean--Star, Calhoun.
Meade-Messenger, Brandenburg.

Mercer-I'emocrat, Sayings (D.), Harrodsburg; Messenger (D.), Burgin.

Metcalfe-News (R.), Edmonton.
Monroe-Leader, Tompkinsville.

Montgomery- Sentinel Democrat (D.), Advocate (D.), Gazette (R.). Mt. Sterling.

Morgan-Messenger (D.), West Liberty.

Muhlenberg-Banner (D.), Record (Ind.), Tribune (R.), Green. ville,

Nelson-Record (D.), Rardstown; Echo (D.), New Haven.
Nicholas-Mercury (D.), Courier (R.), Carlisle.
Ohio-Herald (D.), Republican, Hartford.
Oldham-New Era (Ind.), Lagrange.
Owen-News (D.), Herald (D.), Owenton.
Pendleton-Fendletonian (D.)
Pike- Journal, Pikeville.
Pulaski-Paragon (R.), Progressive Home Journal, Somerset.
Robertson-Advocate, Mt. Olivet.

Rowan-Mountaineer, Morehead.
Rockcastle-Signal (D.), Mt. Veronon.
Russell-Record, Jamestown.

Scott-News (L.), Democrat, Sentinel, Times (D.), Kentucky Star, Georgetown.

Shelby-Sentinel (D.), News (D.), Shelbyville.
Sitapson-Favorite (D.), Franklin.
Spencer--Courier (D.), Kentueky Monitor, Taylorsville.
Taylor--Enquirer (D.). Times Journal (D.), Campbellsville.

Todd-Progress (D.), Times (D.), Elkton; Glenn's Graphic (D.), Vidette (D.), Guthrie.

Trigg-Record (D.), Cadiz.
Trimble--Banner (D.). Bedford; News (Ind.), Milton.
Union-Sun (D.,, Morganfield; Telegram (D.), Uniontown.

Warren-Times (D.). Courier (D.), Democrat, Bowling Green; Gazette (D.), Smith's Grore.

Washington-News-Leader (Ind.), Independent, Progress, Springfield.

Wayne-Record (D.), Monticello.
Webster-Record, Dixon: Herald (D.), Sebree.
Whitley-Times (Ind.), Republican, Williamsburg.
Wolfe-Herald (D.), Hazelgreen.
Woodford-Sun (D.), 'Versailles; Bluegrass Clipper (D.), Midway.

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT.

Salary.
$50,000

8,000

THE EXECUTIVE.
President, Wm. McKinley, of Ohio
Vice-President

THE CABINET.
Secretary of State, John Hay, District of Columbia
Secretary of Treasury, Lyman J. Gage, Illinois
Secretary of War, Elihu Root, New York
Attorney-General, John Wm. Griggs, New Jersey
Postmaster-General, Chas. Emory Smith, Pennsylvania.
Secretary of Navy, John D. Long, Massachusetts
Secretary of Interior, Ethan Allen Hitchcock, Missouri..
Secretary of Agricnlture, James Wilson, Iowa

8,000 8,000 8,000 8,000 8,000 8,000 8,000 8,000

THE JUDICIARY.
(Meets third Monday in October, at Washington.)
Chief Justice, Melvil W. Fuller, Illinois
Associate Justice, John M. Harlan, Kentucky
Associate Justice, Horace Gray, Massachusetts
Associate Justice, David J. Brewer, Kansas
Associate Justice, Henry B. Brown, Michigan
Associate Justice. George Shiras, Jr., Pennsylvania
Associate Justice, Edward D. White, Louisiana
Associate Justice, Rufus W. Peckham, New York
Associate Justice, Joseph McKenna, Louisiana

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INTEREST LAWS-STATUTES OF LIMITATIONS.

INTEREST LAWS. STATUTES OF LIMITATIONS.
STATES AND
TERRITORIES.

Legal
Rate Judg.

Notes Open
Rate.
Allowed by ments, Years.

Accounts
Contract. Years.

Years. Alabama.

8
20
6*

3 Arkansas

6
10

10 Arizona

7

Any rate. 5 California

Any rate. 5 Colorado...

Any rate. 6 Connecticut

17 Delaware

6

10 Dist. of Columbia..

10

12 Florida

109

20 Georgia

8 Idaho

18

6

5 Illinois

7
20

10 Indiana

10

10 Iowa

20

10 Kansas.

10

5 Kentucky

15 Louisiana

8

10 Maine

Any rate. 20

6 Maryland

6

12

3T Massachusetts 6 Any rate. 6

6 Michigan

6
8

6 Minnesota

7
10
10

6 Mississippi

6
10
7

6 Missouri

8
10

10 Montana

10
Any rate. 10

8 Nebraska

7
10

5 Nevada

Any rate.

6 New Hampshire.

6

20 New Jersey.

6
6
20

6 New Mexico.

12

6 New York.

6++ 20

6 North Carolina.

8
10

3* North Dakota

12
20

6 Ohio..

8

611 15 Oklahoma

12 Oregon..

10

10 Pennsylvania

6 Rhode Island

Any rate. 20 South Carolina.

8

10 South Dakota..

12

10 Tennessee

6

10 Texas

10

10 Utah

Any rate. 5 Vermont.

6

8 Virginia

6

10 Washington

Any rate. 6
West Virginia.

6
10

10 Wisconsin

7
10
20

6 Wyoming

12
Any rate. 511

5

8 *Under seal, 10 years. +If made in State; if outside, 2 years. No usury, but over six per cent. can not be collected by law. ØNot to exceed 10 per cent. Under seal, 20 years. TUnder seal, 12 years. ***Real estate, 20 years. HNew York has by a recent law legalized any rate of interest on call loans of $5,000 or upward, on collateral security. 11Becomes dormant, but may be revived. SUnder seal, 14 years.

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1789 George Washington Virginia.... 8 years..

Federalist. 1797 John Adams

Mass.
4 years.

Federalist. 1801 Thomas Jefferson.. Virginia... 8 years.

Republican. 1809 James Madison.. Virginia.. 8 years.

Republican. 1817 James Monroe. Virginia.... 8 years.

Republican. 1825 John Quincy Adams.. Mass.. 4 years.

Republican. 1829 Andrew Jackson.... Tennessee.. 8 years.

Democrat. 1837 Martin Van Buren.. New York.. 4 years.

Democrat. 1841 *Wm. H. Harrison.... Ohio

1 month.

Whig. 1841 John Tyler..

Virginia.... 3 yrs., 11 mos... Whig. 1845 James Knox Polk.. Tennessee.. 4 years.

Democrat. 1849 +Zachary Taylor.... Louisiana... 1 yr. 4 mo. 5 d... Whig. 1850

Millard Fillmore.. New York.. 2 yr. 7 mo. 26 d... Whig. 1853 Franklin Pierce N. Hamp... 4 years..

Democrat. 1857 | Jaines Buchanan.. Penn.. 4 years..

Democrat. 1861 IAbraham Lincoln.. Illinois.... 4 yr. 1 mo. 10 d... Republican. 1865 Andrew Johnson... Tennessee.. 3 yr. 10 mo. 20 d... Republican. 1869 Ulysses S. Grant..... Illinois. 8 years..

Republican. 1877 Rutherford B. Hays... Ohio

4 years.

Republican. 1881 / ||James A. Garfield.... Ohio 6 mo. 15 days. Republican. 1881 Chester A. Arthur. New York.. 3 yr. 5 mo. 15 d.... Republican. 1885 Grover Cleveland.... New York.. 4 years.

Democrat. 1889 Benjamin Harrison... Indiana...

4 years.

Republican. 1893 Grover Cleveland... New York.. 4 years.

Democrat. 1897 Wm. McKinley. Ohio.

4 years.

Republican.

*Died in office. April 4, 1841, when Vice-President Tyler succeeded hini.

Lied in office, July 9, 1850, when Vice-President Fillmore suc. ceeded him.

(Assassinated April 14, 1865, when Vice-President Johnson succeeded him.

|| Assassinated, and died September 20, 1881, when Vice-President Arthur succeeded him.

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