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BALLOU SEEKING LIGHT, conwiloiiH of NO. 42 L-- 1 i 1 Constitutional Ineligibility of Preachers. our ex-DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. l''"tloii. omj of ImsIhk tedious perhaps To the Editor Interior lnimi.it Which We Ever Cheerftilly Give to Those to the but wo aie deterCit.Mi Uitt'itAiti), July 1. -- Having been There have been eight deaths in our In Darkness. milled that lira. H. sllllll perudveiltllie reipiested by many citizens, Hoveral of midst within the Inst week. to the lfdltor of the liter'wr Jour., il Considerable sickness prevails, parTour typ'', In lnt Tumduy'r, iwue ll,,vo ''nlitrlitfiiinunt iih to thin mutter, whom live in Stanford, to address the people upon the ineligibility of preach- ticularly uuioug the children of the '"'I'1' tlmt hi- follows us. niadomeruy tlmt tin- lhiiur nitorent in "' w then. The mirklng, wlllnir or ers to the General Assembly of Kentuc- town. Mawacbuho'tt, cU'.tMas,,Bip)l.iit'ir,bv l'leim- mid "uj. 'lfWii,' of a !sirt of iue, or vhlnky If ky, and as I cannot bo at Stanford toMiss Mury McDowell entertained n Mtbaldlx d presi. in not of Ito'lf acritue, UioukIi day, I send you for publication n few- her friends on Wednesday '"" I''-'w- , plemented." evening at her AT" iiuliupplly it m.iy mill frequently doen lines upon tlmt subject. In doing so I elegant country home. hud hoped, tn tliflNfMUiiuJocHNAL 1,,il'1 to crime. It may therefore do not wisli to take any pait in favor of Mr. Charles Wright, of .Missouri, is nail Mr. Warren bail rained the issue it before tbo people, im to' '" ' reprinted or oven wholly prohibit'; one nor against the other of the two in Danville, for the purpose, it is reportour prohibition l.nv taking away from edbyliw. It thun becomes mulum yir. worthy gentlemen now before the peo- ed, of carrying away a Uoylo county lathe people the rluht of wolf .i eminent, fl"'"; or an ollense simply because it is ple as candidates for the legislature. In dy. The opening ball at Alum Springs that you would nt leant attempt to meet ' forbid. Tbo legislature of Kentucky, and some of my races I have hud ns ninny ns a denial. Hut iiwtend you frth "' wt most of tbo States, has, widely we JO orators, black and white, set after mo took place Thursday night and was with the Information that .iid law mid think, treated thin particular question in and chased like a fox with a fresli pack largely attended by the young people of ' u saw mat laws dealing of dogs putafter me at every crossing. I Danville and vicinity. IM other laws ptinMihis: Kverybodv knew wit, muln pnthibila only, could never be always looked upon this as unmanly and For some i canon unknown to your not original" alike. correspondent, the trial ofTom Williams the origin of thin law and there is no enforced except when sustained bv poi I don't wish to indulge in it myself. Now to the constitutionality of the for shooting Portwood did not occur on dispute about tlmt. We asked you to ulur n"titiinuiit, that if not enforced they breeding question. Article 'M Sec. '2.1 of the Con- Tuesday nnd is again postponed. tell your renders wherein the prohibito- were worse than Mr. Henry Hartford, late of the Adry law iliilers from the other laws of our perjuries and encouraging habitual con- stitution of Kentucky reads ns follows: ) in de- tempt for law, and that for these reasons 'No person, while ho continues to exer- vocate reportorial stuff, has resigned his State (punishing priving the people of the right of self a law which might be enforced burred cise the functions of a cleigyinan, priest, position with that journal and accepted government. You simply dolge the daily in some communities might not or teacher of any religious persuasion, a clerkship in Mr. Foley's grocery. Several of our young society people question. You and your party have be enforceable and would therefore society or sect shall be eligible to the Ice Sfo. frequently reminded us that the prohi- novo harmful in others. The legisla- General Assembly." This language- is attended the elegant entertainment givbition law was passed by the democratic ture therefore waived its sovereign law- too plain to be misunderstood, and had en hy Mr. 13. It. Moore, at Harrodsburg, partv. You know they can annul it at making power as to the matter of prohi- not the word "continues" been used on Tuesday evening last. The entertainbition, and uxpressly relegated the ques- there could be no ground whetever for ment was given in iionor of Hon. D. L. will.' of this country tion to the people themselves in the va- controversy, and when you interpret Moore's two daughters, of Anderson How do the people WIRE-TO- P It said in this constitutional provision according to county. govern themselves-- ' Hy electing their rious counties and precincts. ellect to the people of each locality: the reason and spirit of it, there can be On Monday a partnership began law makers and other If tbo people want to repeal the law "You best know vour local needs, you no doubt about its true meaning. It isn Iretween Messrs. E. IJ. Tliiele and S. fnct that in England they V. Rowland in the merchant tailoring prohibiting the sale of intoxicant in are authorized, if you so please, to proWax tills county, theycmelecttheir represen- hibit the sale of liquor in your locality. have an established religion, and the business, at the stand for some time octative upon that isjuo, ami the work will If after trying it you find it to promote people are taxed to pay the ministry, cupied by Mr. Tliiele. This makes a bo done. If they wish to n'lK-s-l the law lying instead of temperance, thun you but in this country the eternal separa. strong union, being in the person of two punishing chicken thieves, they can shall have the power to revise your own tion of Church and State is one of the thorough nnd deservedly popular busi-elqct their man on tlmt issue and it will action. Insliort, we remand the whole grand and cardinal principles of our gov- ness men. Mr. Rowland will be repre- -' control of the matter to the discretion, ernment, both State and National, and sented by his son, Mr. E. S. be done. It is rare that our community is so process is precisely the muio in the good sense and the experience of the the (miners of our National and State The each case. Hence it is seen clearly that people immediately concerned, and policy liuve guarded against this possi- thoroughly shocked as it was on Monday there is no disfranchisement in the cise, wash our bauds of any impertinent in- ble evil, the former and latter, by consti- when the news came to town that Allie tutional provisions, one prohibiting Con- Lee had been drowned. The accident Tliis is the and every lawyer In the Suite who terference.' knows how to draw an indictment, and settled policy of the Suite, and no gress from making any law respecting occurred in Dix river, back of Mr. Pope's knows it. The hue and cry about this legislating in future, we dare to say, will an establishment of religion, and the near the point known as the "pipes." He great tyranical law being like the laws directly either prohibit or permit the other by excluding ministers from the bad gone down in company with four of the Medes and Persians, irrepealable sale of liquor in any of the counties. A General Assembly and thereby prevent companions to bathe. The river was stock and inexorable, i absolutely n "false member asking such legislation will be any possibility of the union of Church greany swollen ana the current very ...... ...... u.e mciuciuai taxing 01 8wiu. Allie, Jirst, and alone, entered alarm" In camp. If any party in the told, properly and consistently, that this Un-- j law out of matter has been referred to his people the people to support the clergy. tlie wnU,r waa ,.allt,onecl t0 ,)0 cnrefui Groceries, county wants the prohibition Glassthe way, let that patty call away their wlio must settle it among themselves. .ler the Head of executive in the SUde UI1(1 a moment later cried for help; hav- Lincoln county by its present prohibito- Constitution we find that the same dis ing gotten into the current lie apprecm- Confections, champion from whipping the devil around the stump of "private opinion" ry law was singled out and made an ex- qualilication applies also to the govern ted his . daneer. His . call . was nrrlmntlv Tobacco. . . and let them have the moral courage to ception. An act was smuggled thiough lor. Now the framers of the State Con anu nouiy responded to by .Mr. James move iiHin this law of the Medas ami submitting tins question to our people stitution had some reason for disqualify- Fisher, one of the party, but on reaching , ing clergymen from serving in either him found lie too was unable to stand Persians in the short, easy and manly over and over again until if uu and then by its terms no wine, beer or branch of the General Assembly and id- - the current and the death grasp of Allie, peoP. BurtOIl, Main and Somerset Streets. way, witlt the real issue before the ple and nsk the people to voto for him. whisky could ever in the future be sold ' so from acting as governor. The true who hud thrown his arms about Fisher's reason of this constitutional inhibition neck and once taken him under the wa- If you are anxious for the people to for any purpose w hatever. No provision Nor can a ter; nnd had a iiard struggle to get away was made for an expression of the peo- lias been assigned above. have the right to vote uguln on prohibiHARRY A. EVANS, M. F. as you pretend, the ple in case they should again change preacher by a mere temporary suspen- and out again. The river was visited at tion in this county, sion of ids functions throw oil' this ineli once by innumerable friends and asearch way is open. Mr. Warren is against the their minds; no provision was made for Is a Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, subject 10 r the att.011 of the Democratic partr. the instituted, but it was not law, let him say, "if a majority vote for a repeal of the law if every man and wo- gibility ami evaue a constitutional Klec.iou August, ifoa STANFORD, KV man in the county for good reason de vision undqualify himself to serve in found until Tuesday morning about o! me, I shall know the majority 'ire against tlier House? To every constitutional o'clock, onie of a mile1 Engineering and Surveying in it llill as I Hint the majority are opjtosed sired it. ilius Lincoln, alone of tin- lawyer the answer is "No!" The evils b dow wbeiv it sank. The funeral took' no further voice in this to prohibitum, I will hiiu the law re- - comities, has all branches. l . the Constitution intended to guard ..i,,,,,, ... ...- - i,tl11. nt i.uj ,,.... the vrvices 01 a competent Car. ........ ri..a .. pealed." There is nothing unfair in matter of purely local concern, ....j, nage Maker and am prepared to do any and all against in tlmt section would be asiuimi Broadway, Wednesday afternoon at 4.:50 V.inds of repair.ng to Uuegies, Carnages, &iZ is the cheapest way to a as we have said, the law Itself forbids it that, besides it Work entrusted to me will have my personal sunent as if tlie clergyman was still exer- o'clock, and was very hugely attended. pervision Ah worlv jtiaranteed. Prices reason, settlement of a question tlmt concerns ami the legislature wisely holds that we, able. WM. DAUGHERTY. the people, must settle it ourselves, cising the functions of a minister. The The burial was one of beauty yet sim- My forciothers as well ns prohibitionists, New House on Main St., ltrother ilallou opines that the "slmit, bias, the prejudice, tlie hatred toward plicity, the tloral tributes being numerlookbly tbo city council of Stinford are Stanford. Kj For term apply to Mr W It. ing in thatdireotiou. Let us, gentlemen, easy, manly way" of getting at it would other denominations would continue tlie ous and handsome. Allie W. Lee, was lllsjini, Stanford, or to me at Dantille, Kv LOTTIE X HOLMES 3 be to nuke the direct repeal of the law same. Tlie desire to unite Church and tlie eldest child of Mr. E. W. Lee, presi-have no sham battle. Respectfully, We hive opened an ice depot uu'I.ancaster street State and to tax the people to pay the dent of the Citizens ll.uik here. He was by the legislature an md will hand a lull supply of before the Jos. U.UAor. Pure Lake I.e C. A. BENEDICT & CO., clergy of which ho i still a member in ids ISth year, tlie pride of the home people. "A manly way." it may be reElder Ilallou has so recently recanted 14 Cents per Pound, marked m ;mwh, that the prohibition, would lie as gi eat. What is meant by circle and esteemed by all who knew Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, In At quantities ocr five pounds. Now it tho time to the paternal doctrines of the republican make en;aiements for the fceatmi. ists were careful not to adopt with the "so long ns Jie continues to exercise the him for Ids gentlemanly demeanor, and party that much allowance should be STAXFORD, KY. MNSKLLKY& HAMPTON. legislature originally, when they them- functions of a clergyman '.'" It means particularly admired by those w ho knew made for the diiliculty he tin da in graspthis. Not tlmt there can be any tempo- iiim best for his ideal manhood in ids STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. ing even so nimple n demoi ratic truth as selves asked its reference to the people. rary suspension and consequent qualiliWeill drilled to order and Pumps lurnuhed We have already given one leaon why devotion to his mother. He was a mod- - factory prices 3a that the people should be permitted to All Derso.Ti wihing a pleasant life and welt democracy rould not tender such an cation, but if a man lias once in Ids past el of manly beauty, bright and intelli-d wile let tnem use Patent Flour made at govern themselves. As lie Meeius sin- - the E life exercised the functions of clergyman gent, full of promise for a useful life, lov- tanford RoIUr Mills Call for it at vour cro- 11. WILSON, sincerely uuapable of understanding tin isue. There is another reason. Demo- - ami lias abandoned tlie ministry tlie fad eery, and if they hive not cot it on hand, urge repealed. They them to keep it or tet an order from them and edat home, admired in tlie circle of his perfectly obvious distinction wo pointed vrA '!l ot Wi,nt th With Cet it at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant that he was onlku minister does not dis- acquaintance, and his death is tlie siuci r and interetiuc inunly last issue of this paper, care nothing whatever about it one wuv out to liim in the qualify him from serving in tlie legisla- regret of all who know him. W N POTTS, Superintendent. & BOYD, 9S we will endeavor ouco more, in all cour- orilie other sis a party measure. Their ture. He may have abandoned tlie minonly purpose, and that we may rest astesy, to make it plain. S3 p. Speaking of Gov. McCreary as u Sena- Manufacturers of Fine Saddles and Harness, ir. istry for the law, or some other professThe general laws of the State, while in sured will be accomplished, is to restore ion or avocation in which eae lie would torial probability, Argyle says in thu eery style and finish luown to the trade. Race and Trotting Kquiptnentsu Mx'c.al'.) in people of Lincoln county by an Xo 5J Kast Mam .Street, L KXINOTOX, Ky. theory enacted by the people at lare, to the 1 amendment of their law, the inalienable be clearly eligible to a seat in either Lebanon standard: o ' in a a tr are in fact made by the people's agents "His abilities are of tho useful kind. House, or to the oillce of governor, llut S. O. DAVIS, legisla- right to control their own allairs, in their or representatives composing tlie a provision of law, and much less a great He is a good business man, n hard workB 5 ture. Tnis, because it is manifestly im- own way and at their own times. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Wo fully endoise Mr. Warren's posi- constitutional provision, cannot be thus er and in whatovor position ho may be possible for two millions of people to astrilled with nor evaded. Wishing to be placed he contrives to command respect. XT. V3CKOT, Iv V. semble, consult and act together. Laws tion on this question because it is perHo is not a great orator, but when he a a m OlEcc next door to Whitehead's Drus tore. denouncing murder, laiceny fectly fair nnd just to all shades of opin- heard from in a future issue upon tlie speaks are made 5 his remarks are appropriate and power of the county judge to grant lisimilar crimes, because they aie uni- ion, because if the law is favored by a cense to drtiguists to sell liquor, I will to the point. Justice John M. Huilati Special attention Riven to diseases of children and s 2 h majority it will bo retained and doubtversally recognized as being in was considered a orator, but 8. oro close this article. of the social fabric. A less prove of benellt, while if it is oppossubversive u 3 a in the canvass of IS".) Mr. McCreary wrs I'ONTAI.ST. FoX BoillltTT. n vicious murderer, even, though he might .prob- - ed by n majority it t? a Q so far master of the pending issue that WALLACE E. VAKNON, a B and should Ibe re- nblv obicct to being hanged in bis own trap and r Say Judge, peruse this from the Frank he indisputably got the better of Mr. Attorney nt Law, Jj pealed, and because moreover his s o p tr would not contend that murder fort Capital and see if it is not just like Harlan. Many persons who, liku tho no public oll'onso. And yet, if we tion is purely and soundly democratic we told Kentucky. writer, beard their joint discussion at Stanford, voir. w could conceive of a state of society in And :n concluding wo beg to announce "Judge Hoboit lloyd. who does not Canipbellsvilie will be prepared to conWill practice in all the courts of this and adjoin, a which the majority regarded murder as that in our opinion a man may believe scorn to know ns much ns ho should linn this statement. Mr. McCreary al in counties and in the courts of appeal. H a cr Oiliceover McKoberts & Stilus's drugstore. encouraged and applauded, and nihocnte all this and still remain an lino nrt to be about the liberty of the press, is missing ways knows what he is talking about o ro under the theory of u free govern- - honest man and a goodcitizim. nay and a lot of then w (O fun by not reading tlie newspa- and be does not "slop over," two chari merit all laws against homicide should be, be even a truer friend to the cause of pers, which saying a great many acteristics which aie conspicuously wantB. are R. and would bo repealed, and we should temperance than many mi unreasoning things about him in connection with tlie ing to some of our public men, and 3. w SUCCESSOR TO kettle of llsli indeed. The uss who does not know the ditl'erence o have n pretty m indictment which he procured to bo re- which, in tlie opinion of thoughtful peo--t tn no only possible remedy against this, we between tliu use and abuso of a natural ple, are wortli a good deal of brilliancy." M'MIOHAEL, W. 1. Walton, of the 1. THE HATTER, or pimacicreo rmirisee who cries turned against beg to assure Klder it., lies in the virtue ngui, JotKNAi.. The Judge should Ilcciiuse I am 511 4TH AVENUE, Miss Grade Ward sued a manufacand intelligence of the people. In ho oat in the market place c? subscribe for all the State papers, buy u turer of cigarettes for 510,000 for giving virtrous there shall bo no cakes and wo have supposed, however, a macase LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY pair of scisors and a scrap book, and pre away with cadi piickuge a portrait of p jority of the whole of society, or of the ale." o pare some nice personal running with itself clad in tights, and trained her The Nobbiest & Most Styli3h State, and not of any fractional part Hon. R. C. Wnrrcn, which to while itway the long and we.i- - suit. Tins will put a stop to this disrep-rmerely, must concur in this opinion. Stock of camlklite for ltprecimc, wl' hours which will come to him when "table practice. Miss Ward never en .ee is .attach- The peoplo of our countv, for instance, inV nt tha folio win times anil place has expired and he .,;, return-- , term 134 Jft,.," 3. llillitil Smith' Schollloiite, Monday July S. ...I... ....I. could not, though our corrcsnondent a a ,K Ilk ' en I'j nun j'iimi; lllik 111. ll'lllllll nr ovviu.i p Tucid.-iyiiiu imi 4iii.li llll .lllll.lU July gtli, in favor of c Deems to think so, pronounce to liiivo been originally intended." rirllW Mill, Wedneida), Jul iqlli; a murder and expect thu legislature to exKentucky Fairs. Hotdain't Mill, Thnrilay, Jnlyuth; Ever brought to lh city of I.ouistille, now open a empt it from its penalties, for the reason Otlenheini, I'riday, nth, I'nir will le held in Kenturky at the following including the MATTERS. a W tn Crab Orchard, Saturday, 131I1; liuu'kiind places: that every citizen of the btato is concern' KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS jjrit TutMliiy llarroiKhiirR. July 30, 4 days Tlie Prince of Wales' daughter, ed in and endangered by an unpunished Maywood, Wcilncmluj, Julj 17th: Shelbyville, August a;, 4 days. And also my own importation of English Hats Louise, lius been betrothed to the murder committed nnywlieio In its jurisIloiiiic't SchccI Home, TliurnU), July iSth; Danville, August 6, 4 days. and Caps. An elegant linn ut Canes and Lyon's oi Fife, who is ns old as his rirosnertivo Iltiljble, Friday, July 19th; diction. Crimes of this dun aider thereSeptember 3, da) 1. Il.irdto Fin Celebrated Umbrellas always 0:1 hand ' mtiht in te, are McKmncy, haturda), Jul) jotli; Glasgow, October a, 4 days, fore, known to lawyeis as & Milledgcvillc, . July ijili; SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, GAPS, Fountniii Prewitt and Mis Uettie Columbia, Aujrusl jo, days, dealt with only by tbo aggregate I'rc:chriullc, oa Saturday, August jd, Richmond, August 13, 5 days. Curtis celebrated the glorious Uh by uni-- 1 Paris, September 3, 5 dan. by the wholo people, of the State At a o'clocl I. M. at eavli Gloves and other Purs, a specialty Orders out4JI1UOVDWAV, ihc l.aureiiceburg, August 10,4 days. and cannot be relegated to tbo control of lime uill divided th ellirr oanJidttti Or ting their destinies. Tlie ceremony ocside o( city solicited, perfect sruUfuctlor' guaran- KY. I.exinglun, August teed. Don't tail to order a NOHUY HAT. i'l iy LEXINGTON, curred ut JlcKinney. 5 day. the people of special localities'. Wo are the office hIow in 1 1 - koIhr very "' - SUMMER GOODS T. R. WALTON'S. ' - - 1 proper-midbroiurl- tt , ' - j m ) i I Hrorifc-iloer- j dead-letter- wrong-doers- White Mountain Cream Freezers. Extracts for Cream, V I MASOtfSg FRUIT JABS M otfn-er- well-know- n Sealing and Jar Gams. 1 Scythes, Snaths and Whet Stones. : M Ito'-.lan- I well-know- n Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Regular embraces .w, , ..'.' i Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, ware, Queensware, Cigars, cnn-fl- j T. t. WI,T01T, J. Clerk. I Brlnklcy lro-,fo- -, llv -- - three-quarte- ," ,,, ITOTiaEI ' 1 hasen-iure-- :FOR SALE. j IC3I iCE! ICE! tf 1 is-u- 1 1le.1s.-- II. THOMPSON -3 OX rLl 177-t- f. tlioin-hcIvc- first-clas- s Mi CO dead-lette- r CD ' pen-ori- , posi-wa- --- --- t GEOGEGHAN, ' 3 3 CD CO j ' t I , l" y up-h- is ATS world-reuoun- cd tin K-- CD CD H- 1 1 11 iicliool-lliHitc- , i(; ' 11, 4 daddy-in-lii- Hover-eignt- 4 ;IWM. ADAMS SON, ! -' I W7, - PS"fli , UJ'JUJ 1 H,.-I- taHEl'WWy'W ' wn 5V? " l!V 'TV'" "." ","" '" n " i'i t 4 ( Jersey City, N. jtl " Herman We learn that Hro. Montgomery tries to make n point outof mir article, which Fropst murdered his mother and then inadvertently used the word "passed" killed himself. Prince Fleming and Richard Jordan "ratified" by the people, in instead Stanford, Ky., July 5, 18S9 speakingof of the prohibitory law. The negroes, were hanged at Quitman, Mis., legislature cannot delegate its power to for the minder of John Taylor, coloiett. Win. M. Lyon, the oldest iron manpass laws, but it can pass u law and W. P. WALTON, make itoperativc only when ratified by ufacturer in the country, died suddenly the votes of the county it is to ailed, as of apoplexy, at Pittsburg, on the !ld inst. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. There is a rush of Jews to Jerusalem, was the case here. The legislature can repeal our prohibitory law, but no fair They now number !!0,000, mote than the t State Trcaiurer, minded man would ask it to do so. Mr- Moslem and Christian population com-STEPHEN O. SHARPE. Warren would i;i no event agree to that, bincd. Cleveland and Joseph but if petitioned by a large and respectaFOR STATK 3ENAT0K, " " ' "V ble number of voters, he will have the Jefferson were thrown from a buggy near R.J, nRECKlXRIDGE, OK IlOYLE. law amended so that if the people at any Huzzard's Bay, Mass. They escaped with For Kcprenentative, Lincoln County, timu should want to vote on it again, slight bruises RICHARD C. WAKKEX. they cm do so by taking the proper steps The Kailroad Gazette publishes a it - - 1 7. 7 J t f A Uan)lT. UlC pCOpiC Of VllUi tOWll to require the county judge to order it. table which shows that in 102 railroad With US CUb illdlLCGUlCIlt VlCHlltlJ Hi pi'bUt IS Clll VQ "(? Oil VOlUldCTin f down The Norfolk & Western furnishes the The right to vote on the question ever or (accident in May 62 persons were killed 132 wounded. )VICCS loWOl' CUld loWCV (Hid loWCT, ill offeVUl CI heavy rains hereafter having been taken from latest railroad horror. The of gOOUS J lire -S- avannah, Ga., had a $130,000 JiT.l tl?fl1) had washed out its track about 150 miles people, he will restore that right if niltPi nnnronn '? ed to do so, leaving the question entirely Monday nluht during the progress of Untry. from Lynchburg, Va., and when n passWWII ILL OTfCl lb 1 OlUb SW CUlb Of lODlVtllW (llld cUmn.rnns vinliiPQ llllimr,m,.,ir...i.:i.m.l x , ,.ll Ml engine and eight coach- with them, whether thev will take ad- - vil.lnl. enger train of an b.,t e....w...v who save well An es came dashing along Monday night in vantage of it or not. It is a matter of injuring eight others. supreme indifference) to him whether buswork. Fire destroyed all the principal the darkness the entire train plunged inor not. iness houses in Durango, Col., three Look to an abyss rilled with water more than the question is ever sold IBhc 12 feet deep. The sudden cooling of the If the people want prohibition they can churches and a number of residences, be sold She: of were have it, if they do not they will have the causing an estimated loss of $P00,000. engine caused it to explode and throw wo wnu ue 7, ,. ,. r . SnttPPim Thiy of the Pennsylvania pieces of iron and firebrands into the air, right, which has been taken from them, 6e sold 2oe railroad svstem show the exact number its, la- Hoods, adding farther to the death Hnd destruc- to Bay so, that is all. Jin ces fi.ti.tl. of employes of the company to be Sit,tion. The exposed parts of the cars took is kind enough 3K), an average of 11.73 men to the l The fire from the brands and those of the immediate to say: "There is not a prohibitionist in mile. passengers who had escaped Capt. Jim Crouch, one of the disdeath were reserved for a more awful Lincoln county who has done as much charged conductors,, who ran on the for the community's morals as Editor end. It is said that more than 50 perYet there are among the Kuoxvillu division 17 years, is now u orkilledout-righ- t Walton." sons were either burned up brukeman on the Daisv line at Louisand fully as many more injured. A cranks that compose the third party bus- ville. iness, men who think that we belong survivor says the horror of the moment Miss Retta MeGhill has been sengoods, goods, cloth-Talfiosfcannot be described. The despairing body and poul to the liquor men, b6cause tenced to the Ohio penitentiary for CarpeiS' mPS' come to we do not imbibe their views and fall cries for help, with no one to re- horse stealing. She lias a baby two their rescue, were enough to freeze the down and worship the "I am holier than months old, which was taken to prison blood of those who helplessly watched thou" crowd. It is all right, however. with her. cata- We can stand it if they can, for we bethe destruction. It was the worst The Government at Washington is strophe of the kind that ever occurred in lieve that time will, as it usually does, running itself just now. President Harshow that we are right. the State and the people are horrified berison, Postmaster General Wanamaker, yond measure. ,Uito. Phillips, of the Lebanon Stand Secretary Blaine and Secretary Proctor Main St., M. SALINGER, .llmtUKcr. The public debt statement shows that ar,l wll successfully passed himself oir are away from the capital. for a single man at the Press Association The republicans in Mercer can not durinc the fiscal vear lust enileu its ru. duction amounted to $S$,9:;8,0:io, leaving meeting, seconds our motion to give the get one of their own members to run for FARM AN0 TRADE ITEMS. the total, less cash, of 51,070,010,021. ladies of Owensboro a banquet when the legislature against W. W. StephenFour yoke of oxen for tale Apply at The democratic administration is respon- they goto Louisville on the promised ex son, but have appointed a committee to cursion, we knew He u no it. lie wants purstiaile old man Curry to try it again. this office. sible for the reduction, but if Tanner T. L. Carpenter bought here TuesUradttreet'8 shows tliot in the lost keeps the pace he is point: the balance to go down and keep up the delusion, but fZ", a" b,0fJ ,,,i1,M,, uch fcercfiib. tiff n. P.mpJ.t. fk.r.teJ Throat, will be on the oilier side of the account we are "onto" von this time, young man, six months the. number of failures was day 7 mare mules at i'M. .. ... .. s 5,018; estimated assets, $32,S03,iM0; total 1). Elmore sold to E. H. Hum-sid- e ' hK.S i ,h? nave .Mrs. M. ' PIr"" '.' le ol all th Iron Initio. Il curt. I)y.rt.l bv the next 12 months. The statement i n1 w? slia" contrive to ,rcuUu ,ht ,,v,r 'nJ "-- " h L,!i'n";o!:r)T,,1r"ihPr,,!,l,. n bay gelding for $13o. that the pension charge for the 1P k,10W that her presence is necessa- - liabilities, $07,411,711. There were 0M ""B Killer, an.l known to the mill- more failures than for the first half of Jim Spoonamoro sold to a Wayne i,fi3l,'l'"S' W!'.M ,SYKl ' ' ""' "I the past year was S7.tS7.GS2, or about eight r.v- county party a pair of young mules for last vear. millions more than for the previous fis McDow. the cowardly assassin of Edit-- , i. n.,t, vi....! fc4l, A'ttllf V f rmn ,.w,..i .. $210. cal year. With total receipts during the IIIIIVV VIVCU U' ,..... n.nn..n:nr. in etac r.oi ivrr. .ml n. or Dawson, at Charleston, has ""5 "" Saturday evening it had over 2:!0.000.' Wilson, of Marion, boucht of Janet ManuLtcturi-t- and Ur a!c to the trade b) the ho was acqui the : expenditures aggregating S2SJ,O00I0O0t. 000 in in itK vaults, the I tank of Smith a pair of No. 1 aged mules for WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., tal ,,., v...v......u ,. Ky. England had about $120,000,000 and the j $."00. 4l.i DU.JMUO ICICUUC ...ttl i n..n4 4irVl - , iiyunii ..... ..t.... HID ,! ullitnnl .. have """"'W'.Imperial Bank of Germany about $150,-Joel T. Embry boughtof Itobert Mc- - A C SINK for the year ,CO0, against $110,012,11 J ;,,6 0UtraKC0U8 ,h yeri. ct 000,000. stud by Messenger Alister a of taxes !., before. And still the collection that set him free to follow his bent of The immense plant of the Heading Hrccze for $250. beyond the necessities of an economicalassassination. Moblaw is alwaysdeplora-- ( Iron Works, which failed four months) H. 15. and E. P. Woods have I ou :ht ly administered government goes on and ble, but in this case Judge Lynch would ago for more than a million dollars, was in the last month 78 mule colts at an will till the people rise in their might have considerable cause for taking ac- -' sold at auction for $lo0,000 subject to a ' average of 70. and put a stop to it, by preventing the tion. mortgage of $000,000 to the Philadelphia Mr. McDowell, of Fayette, has pui- purchase (jf the government by republiLathH, ShluxlcH, Etc., A Heading road. chased a number of mule colts in Maui can millions. Tun Georgetown Times, whose editor last son at $76 to $100. Climax. The Baldwin Locomotive-work- s has always been a warm advocate of TiiEreturnsof thelateelectionin Penn- temperance, says: "The prohibition par- week turned out their 10,000th locomoG. A. Filer, of the Preachersville Mouldings, Brackots and Scroll Work, sylvania were officially canvassed Mon- ty seems to be on the down grade. If tive, it going to the Northern Pacific neighborhood, sold to Herrin, of Rockday, when it was found that there were the whisky traffic can't be prohibited it road. The first engine built at the castle, a bunch cf yearling heifers at $1". Cedar and Locust Posts. 484,044 votes against and 290,017 for the AiiKtist Belmont's winnings for the may be regulated. High license seems works weighed eight tons; the No. 10,000 Wt will carry a lull uock of eventhuij- - found in a t prohibition amendment, making a ma to be the best remedy yet offered for the weighed 75 tons. Lumber Yard. season foot up about $05,000 so far. His A C SINK, Itu.incM Maaigtr. VI 100, uwinnings amounted to mc jJU'jrusiuvii. ..ji i u.tiiiBk jonvy The prize fight is Suburban day ' The total vote was 781,101 in a voting creating great excitement among the $11,175. population of 89S,802 in 1SS0. As Fisk Chicago seems to desire toinclude the sports. It is to occur this week within I have several black Berkshire shoats only got 20,047 votes in November last, whole of Illinois in her territory. She 200 miles of New Orleans, but as all the males and females, which I offer for sale the prohibitionists with their usual sim- - annexed another suburb Saturday which governors of States in thot territory have ns breeders. They will weigh nbont 0 plicity will cry out "great gains," but it increased her population 200,000 and declared against it, the location for the pounds now, are thoroughbred and nre is not as a third party proposition. made her the largest city in area in the mill is not known. as handsome as anybody's. J. Blain. There are thousands of democrats and j U. S. She will rival New York in Cattle are dull and lower in Cincin It is said that Kilrain will try to who think prohibition the bers, too, if she keeps on, by wear Sullivan out by superior agility. In nati, prices running from 1 to 4 cents; means of dealing with the whisky ' ing time. the betting at Baltimore the odds were hogs are nlso lower bottom and tops question and will vote for it every time slightly in favor of Kilrain. The Gover- bringing ill to 4; sheep are in fair deThe third party people propose to give nor of Mississippi has issued a proclama- mand at 3 to 4.00; lambs active at 4j to when divested of politics, who wouldn't OJ. pole when it is us woman suffrage and take it from poor tion forbidding the fight in that State. touch it with a white folks nnd negroes who cannot read. run in as a third party measure. The second annual sale of J. B. James Henry Marshall, a colored A vote for their candidate is a vote for man, and esteemed in this Hagcin's colts realized $110,000 for 10:1 At- Many of the third party men of this that proposition as that is one of the community for his worthiness, died on head. A half brother of King Thomas, demo- planks of their platform adopted at In- Tuesday last of flux, and was buried on that was sold as a yearling for $40,000, county are old crats, who were anxious for some place dianapolis. May 31, 1888. Wednesday afternoon with considerable was knocked down to fccott Wiimtoii f. j to fall save into the republican ranks, Recently Corporal TatmerJ fell and pomp by the two lodges of which he was $22,000. Procter Knott's friends will have where they properly belong. Finding broke one of his wooden legs and this a member. It was noted as the largest the prohibition party will offer but n week he was thrown from a carriage at colored funeral procession ever seen on another chance to back him on Thurspoor and short asylum, they will finally Council Bluffs. Unfortunately the old. our streets. day next for unless Sam Bryant changes drift to their level and then they'll be pirate was not hurt either time, but The L. & N. will iir u few days let his mind before that time the big geldhappy. They never wero democrats and still lives to loot the treasury. the contract for constructing 23 miles of ing will start in the Sheridan Stakes at wo for one will bo glad to see them take road up the Powell Valley of Virginia, Chicago on that day. P. P. Nunnelley bojight of Dr. their final exit from the party, if they Oliver Root, Wood Dunlap and D. G. east of Cumberland Gap, and 48 miles IDIRlTO-a-IS&c OS ewes and lambs, and of John are always to be a disturbing element. Uoleon were the three little lambs spo- more of the same extension to a connecken of for the republican sacrifice at tion with the Norfolk it Western, about Buchanan 144 at $2.75 per head, and sold If tho State Central Committee really Lexington yesterday. August 1, 1889. The company has just James Robinson 80 head at $3.25. He DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, wants to make people think it is doing let the contract for tho grading, mason- also bought of Ike Herrin 90 lambs at FANCY ARTICLES, &0. NEWS CONDENSED. something, why does it not Bend Joe Blackry, trestling, etc., for a double track to at 4.05 and of Perry King 16 at 4. to some other than analmost unconburn Hie reabody, Kits., Giaplnc savs rhysiclampretcriptioiil accurately compounded. The democrats of Jessamine have Winston Bros., of Minneapolis, Minn., tested democratic stronghold. It had him nominated J. II. Welch for the Legisla- from East Louisville to Anchorage and that one man alone has bought in its 1 '!' in Sweet Owen this week, where nearly ture. from South Louisville to Shepherdsville, county and Butler in the last few woman nnd child is a demoevery man The fatal Conemaugh Valley isagain months 500 cattle weighing 8:15,400 lbs., vBiaKiBHBEiiBBjHMIlCL Lightning struck a tank containing crat, wasting eloquence that might liavo oil at Washington, Pa., and 40,000 gal- suffering from floods. Tho water came for S:i2,558.40. The same paper says the THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, been so much better applied elsewhere. lons were destroyed. pouring down the mountain Monday creamery there is a great success avcrag. CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. It would bo just as well to lot Joe's jaw Cambria and filled the first ing 1,500 pounds of good butter daily four days of the new fiscal year night at But Ever brought to thu market. I'ricet lower than as to work it in such a county as rest have gone, yet over $10,000,000 has been floors of the houses, destroying all the and sometimes making 2,500 pounds. A the loweit. Watchci, Clocks and Jewelry He. Owen. furniture that had been saved from the yankee must bo at tho helm, paired on hori;notlce and warranted. paid already in pension claims. big Hood. The water rose five feet next The Farmer's Review, published at The mock marriago scrape that Mr. J, Kentucky gets a wee bit of a one in morning in two hours and carried away Chicago, lias icports from the seven Fletch Marcum. of tho Catlettsburg the nomination of Dr. Bowman, of Lewis tho foot bridge above the Pennsylvania States of Illinois, Michigan, Kentucky, Democrat, and Miss Laura Smith got in- county, to bo consul to Tien-TsiChina, railroad station. There was danger of Kansas. Indiana. Ohio and Missouri. to is not near as serious as at first reportThe strike at the great steel works of tho temporary bridge erected by the Bal- -' whjch show that their total yield will be is likely to come of tho Carnegie & Co. was declared on Sunday. ed and no trouble Dealer In timore & Ohio going down. I5,:i7:i,000 bushels of wheat. With tho little fun indulged in at tho Ashland About 2,400 men are thrown out of em exception of Kentueky and Indiana, party. We are glad for the sake of a ployment. Huniii.K. Politics are all the go here where drouth was experienced in ! April very interesting young lady that seems Mr. Cleveland's fortune, which has now. The Boone Club, from Lancaster, the call on Marcum, that the been greatly increased by lucky invest- went by hero to spend a few days on the ami May, winter wheat arrived at the to have STANFORD, KY. harvesting stage in good condition and matter was exaggerated. ments in real estate, is now placed at the river fishing and sporting. There will with good prospects of a largo per cent, e bo u supper at the hero on of No. 1. hard. The Mississippi prohibitionists held a 1200,000 mark. They broke a man's will in New the night of the lltli of July fort lie ben convention this week and verysen-Bibl- y State AVnll repair- Parson "You are a total "abstainer, I declared against any purpose to Jersey the other day by proving that he efit of thu union Sunday-schooalways walked up stairs instead of tak- ing organ, to. Sidney Dunbar, liar, b dieve, Mr. Flint." Farmer Skinflint-Lu- ce, form a separate party, but will support G. P. Bright nnd others wero ap- - " i'es, sir, I be. I never tasted liquor for office temperance men who will more ing an elevator. W. B. Smith has been nominated by pointed judge and clerks to act at our but once and that was to tlie county fair Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers Stock is likely enforce the laws ngaiiibt whisky' full and complete. We call special attention to our thedemocrats of Madison county to rep- election August, 18S9. Mrs. Louisa Cox 2) veins ago. Hez Hawbuck treated me belling. resent them in the lower house of the was up Tuesday from Casey getting evi- - three times that day, and I got jest dizzy deiico in Mr. Rigney's and other pension (enou.'h to let some scamp pass n lead CitAunocK says that the conferring cf next legislature. degree of Bachelor of Arts upon A republican leader, afterconference claims. Henry Dunbar and Joel Nelson, nickel on me. When 1 found that out I the The best Casket of the kind ever invented. two young hidies recently by tho Univer- with tho president, thinks an extra ses- of Russell, nre visiting S. D.unbar. Mt. 'says to myself 'you've had enough,' an' I sity of Texas is not a paradox but a pair sion of Congress will be called not later Xenia base ball club will meet to organ-- 1 ain't teched a drop sence, nor I ain't a Embalming under the most approved method when desired. izo here Saturday evening, July Cth. o' ducks. Pretty good for the old duffer. than Noyember 4. goin' terl" 'Epoch. J. C. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Mu A TERRIFFIC BLOW TO COMPETITION and high prices. j - 1 :3K" J 1 "' . thejd inducement ill fact. Mcwthf nnu and ... TT 4" at that M pay-rol- ls - as make their nichps and dhnp at the following prices: All satteens which were at 10c will at extra qualities American Satteens which and sold zuv souaaz ioc: irenp.i uhinh ,.,. will now for for 20c per yard. All white flouncin double . for all lower lirirPi '""' would dollars as bargains ,,Setter '""'''!( tke " t ,,t embroideries will Courier-Journa- Xd "fc 7 For the sake of making room, and all other "' such as dru maUi"& c" st alt' bcM fTHE LOUISVILLE STORE. Stanford. I j The Great Remedies! t ....... !hn?'VlC run-show- ' rt!lr A ! ! .!.. I .,..'.,.. ,::e. - Williamsburg, 1 SINE & MENEFEE, BOOHS AKTD BLINDS flut-cla.- HOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, QSASH, !D WJLKE A1TD SILAT PENCE, -f Kilrain-Sulliv- an . census-tak-be- 40-fo- Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Wall Paper, well-know- u sore-bac- M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. Ao Mo T FENNY, iff Ar-meu- JEWELBB, n, Bo Ko WEAKEN 9 Goods Furniture and Undertakers' school-hous- Tlicargcst, l, Paper, Border, Ceiling Decorations and Window Shades Cheapest mid Best Assorted Stock of , " X2TDESTHTTCTIBKE BTJUIAX CASKET, vsiXfibtftsximmimiim U. .,.fcjfrU .ii mi i , t; 1,1 j - ir tij, i-- Semi-Week- ly InteriorJgurnalI Kv., Tub I. 0. 0. F. Lodge, No. 15(1, nt this place, liits forwarded the Johnstown flood siiU'orcrH ?- -. Stankohd, ic. July 6. 1880 c.walton, bus, Manager MEANS BUSINESS. Twine for binders nnil si number brand now buggies for sale cheap. Call early nml take first choice of the buggies. , W'k failutl to noto in lust issue that Itobert Bonner, the owner of Maud V. L.. Dawson is regularly announced ns S., has tillered 500,000 for Axtcll, who a candidato for jailer. Hoirt an excel-- , lowered tho 0 year-oltrotting record nt lent mail, a irood citizen nnd worthy of ' Minneapolis n few days ago. Tho offer of any honor ho would ask of his party. was refused. d I : 35 i Garrard College, Lancaster, Kentucky. t,rm, A hint to the wie is sufficient. Head this notice and go straightforward to A. It. Chiiil wick Comb and nettrb your account Armendt, Crab Orchard, I'enny. nml pay your account. Watciikh and Jewelry repaired and warranted. A. !(. Penny. Tin: half tates on the railroads yesterThe best place to buy drugs, patent day caused many people to tako a tiip, ine'dieinoHnnd toilut articled is at A. H. who otherwise would nut. Both trains Penny's. Buy yo,ur school books, ink, tablet, were late on account of the crowd. paper, pencils and school supplies of all Soi i) Hit. .1. B. Foster has sold out kinds from A. It. Penny. his half interest in the grocery firm of .PERSONAL POINTST Metcalf k I'ostcr to Tom Metcalf and inis visiting ill "Koinorset. voicing is in ptogu'ss. Mr. Foster will Mil. PimTi.v Miw. Alien MiKiNSKY was much retire from the ineicanlile business for a mm ton and trv hi hand at agriculture. worse yesterday. is spending the Dii. M.oimi Kvas" Is Ffi.i Mr. C. D. Thompson, the week in Madison. clever and capable adjuster of tho LonMil. Gkoikik HcnroN, of Pittsburg, has don, Liverpool A (ilobe, was here this been vlsitinn relatives here. week and after viewing tho rtliim and Miss Pinkik IIki.m is visiting relatives examining the furniture saved from the in Newport and Cincinnati. recent fire, settled the loss witii J. B. Hit. amiMiis. I. H. Cook, of Uurnside, Paxton at the full amount of the policy are quests of tho Mwwpi. Owens. SJ.KK). Mini IinsB Bam.kv is the guest of m Ih'iiK.Mi poiitiibI. .Is. Our boyscan't Miss Tillie Hall. Winchester Sun. Miw. T. M. Gooiiknihiit, of Franklin, be In'iit. They have walloped everything they have met this season and the folis visiting her sister, Mrs. Col. Itlee. MiKOM Sn:i.i.A ami Iiia May, of .Som- lowing dispatch shows how .hey did Up erset, are quests of Mies Helen Thur- tho Somersets yesterday at the morning g.ime: "Ten to six in our favor. Hurmond. Miss Maiiif. C. I) mist, of Cleveland, rah for the I.VTEItlOlt Jot'iiVAts! K C. O.J visiting her brother. Mr. II. J. Walton." m Tub "Merrio Kid Club,'' compose..! of' XKW ADVKiniSKMKXTS. the younger sociuty people, held their tlrst meeting with Miss Annie Hale Tuesday night, which proved to be a W. L. DAWSON very enjoyable aliair. There are already In a CamlidMe for Juilir A Lincoln County, tub some '.'5 members and thay propose to Jc.l (o the action of the Democracy assemble lit some of tho members' homes SALE OR every two weeks and make things liveGowl Ilnme nd Iwtat .Maywon.) ly. Miss Georgio Wniy will entertain Suitable for fjo'ici tctiool-tea me oti lot the Ciitb next, when Ahv membership doctor or to her l 1.. ST I'llKN'SUN, Apply Mnywond, K 41 will itHTfiio.to doiibhi tllo present num- FOR RENT. i h t 1 I ber. , ckurch"affa7rsT Klders Spencer and Stafford's meeting at Ford closed with '21 additions. Be v. Dr. Hall, of New York, gets 51o,OX) a year and a royal parsonage be sides. Klder A. C. Hopkins wiites that he will begin it S. fc. Institute at Rowland next Monday night, Mb, to continue three davh. The root of religion is tho fear of (iod; the rule of religion is the law of God; the end of religion is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever. A posse is after the Itev. Mr. Duncan, an Alabama Baptist minister, who runaway with a young girl just after lie had buried the wife whom he is supposed to have murdered. Tho State Convention of tho Christian church will meet in Versailles on August '20 ami continue in session three days. Upwards of 150 ministers and delegates will be in attendance. The Bichniond Climax has information that Schweinfurth, the Illinois Dutchman, who claims to be the Christ, has sold out and skipped. He ought to; have been treated tp a coat of tar and feathers before he did so. Itev. Barlett, of Lexington, is play-lu- g in luck. A church nt Augusta, (a , ollered him $',000, but in order to keep him his own church, the First Presbyte- to $o,- rian, raised his salary from .'Aland furnished him a parsonage be- 00 For Sal Kr-- t.-- I I wuh to Hell my farm of fjj i.rc ituted on the I.ancaMcr plko two milei from St tnford. 'I he . land li all in confortalile dcllinc of 4 roomi tituatcd upon it Will tell at a burgitn O A IlIiNKI'ICT, Stanford. 41 FACtLTY- -J C Cordon, II S , Mctaphytict and Natural Science; J. W Taylor. A. JI , I'h. D., Greek and Latin Lant,iiai;es and Literature; Ames Stout, A ft , Mathematics anil Astronomy; Mis L. 11. Hardin, Knirlith Literature and Civil Hlitory, Miss Lizie Hardin French: Mrs, Raphael Ko. Ivlon, Primary Deester German; lis Mcllle Harmnn, Preparatory Department; Miss Adah C. partment; Kaphn I KoeHer, Muicnl Director, Instrumental and Vocal Music and Violin; Mrs. C Webb. Art and Art Crltklsm. Koctter in Muic, Mls Mary M. GAKKAKD COLLKGKullI be opened again September lOth, with a full faculty of superior teachers, ai.d ill the advantages found in the bfst Colleges will be rffcrcd in Music, Art, Mathemata Jailer of Lincoln It a Candidate lor ics Science, Knflih, Greek, Latin, French V'ioliuand iustruineutl music will be under the county, tuMcct to the action of the Democratic of J'ROK KOKSTEH, an eminent speciati't, who studied five years under the best masters, P a")'- eminently successful as teacher both In Europe and Amer. in Itcrlin nnd Hamburg and has since ica The marvelous crouth and success of of thisCollege the pal )car is unpJraH'Icd in the liisto-r- v ol Southern Colleges. Ileforc deciding to send clsewnere tend frr catalogue and further .informaI C GORDON, II S . tion ,,.:..,..,.. J.WiTAYLOH, I'h. I)., 4J subIt a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln connty, ject to the .wllon of the Democratic party. a Candidate for Jnller of Lincoln County, ub. jt'Cl to th action of the Democracy. 1 el OTIS P. SEWLAND SAM OWENS Atant direr-n-cti- G. S. CARPENTER J. N. MENEFEE It a Candidate for Sheriff, tubject ic- the action of the I.intoln County Uwnorracy I TiiBiti: is some talk that Hon. H. J. A.T. Nf.vNKU.BY is out after a Breckinridge, democratic candidate for longscige witii inflammatory rheumatato Senator, wiil have opposition in tism. the erson of Hon. Win, Brkele, of Mies Iottik Hoi.mks and Mr. Charley it is not authentic. It is Holmes, of Danville are spending n few Garrard, but Davison has aspialso said that days with relatives here. war, but the woodcock could II. It. Kbiikbu. Is up from Wayne to rations that hardly give sutltcicnt emphasis to his tako a look at the country before coming usual remark before flying, even to back to live with us H'ruianciitly. think of the fellow in that connection. Dii. J.'Kon (iivbns and wife, of Pittshtiiv, attended the burial of Mr. J. It Is said that George Gentry, the colW. nautili's little child Wednesday. ored orator, is anxious to make the race of Texas, for representative, but his white boss is Hk.n. ami Mux. H M. and Mrs. () M. Thompson, of Ixniisville, not willintr. The latest report is that a are visitimr Mrs. K. T. Itoohestcr and conference decided Monday to run Iteese Mrs. O. A. Ijickey. Ward, of Crab Orchard, but that for the Miss Iiiknk Dii.i.iun. of Crab Orchard, present no public nomination would be and Ora Wlltnorc, of Nicholasville, were made. Th platform will be a straight with Mrs. W. M. O'Hrwin, Wednesday, out repeal by the Iccihluluru of the proami honored our office with a call. hibitory law, the object of which being to the very great to solidlfv the colored vote. Miss Hki.bn delight of her friends, came up from Tux Lincoln County Building and SavKuoxville Monday night and will reings Association continues to thrive. main hero till she and Miss Kmiiia Secretary Warren has just figured upthe leave for Wyoming. Mism:i Hfsii asii Cooi'Kii, of Winches- profits for the last six months and finds ter, have leen on a visit to Miss Alpha a dividend of SI cents, eijual to about 8 Tyrec, who returned home with them, er cent, per annum. The Association after stopping u few days at the Lexing- has Wen running just 'J:t months and to July $io had lecn paid on the share, ton Cliautiiuiia. a share. It Mk. V. Dai'i.iikkty and daughter, earning in that time and Mr. pint Mrs. John A. has uid the shareholders well, has built Miss Mollie. Allen went to Somerset Wednesday, the fully a dozen houses and caused many a ladies to visit relatives and the gentle- man to lay up a little for n rainy day. men to whiles the two games of ball. Tub attention of those having children I'iior. J. M. llmiiMtn is arranging to to educate is called te the advertisement tako his senior class to the Natiolut! K! (iarrnrd College. The faculty is one iicjitional Association, which meets nt of of the largest in the Statu and is comNashville on tho 1Mb. The railroad rate and Price's posed of ladies and gentlemen especially is butlS.JC) for the round-triteach tho deiwirtinents for School for young ladies will make a rate adapted to Presiwhich they hae been selected. of ll.oOadav. dent .1. W. Taylor was here this week and favorably impressed all who met CITY AND VICINITY. him as a man of ability and the necessaMii.k siiAKP.at burner's. ry push to get up a large school, upon fruit jars at S. S. Myers.' which he is fnllv determined. Send for New Mit. Darst. Stam-ohd- . SUKCEON DENTIST, Kkmtuckv, Office touth ilde Main, toanor above Depot St, FOR SALE cord Milk Cows for sale, all thoroughbred bhorthcrns, with calves 10 days old, having had calves within n hours of each other. A cood chance to it a good co-- and a thoroughbred bull calf cheap AIo have some nice young bulls rtudy for service. A. M Felund has ,7 AMI i:land, Stanford, Ky. c Ieep -- 1 TATE COLLEGE TWENTY PROFESSORS Scientific. Engineering, Classical, Normal School, Military Tactics, AND INSTRUCTORS. Agricultural and Mechanical, aHVIIw KENTUCKY eo 1 Commercial and Academic Courses of instruction. UNTV APPOINTEES RECEIVED and otlier Information FREE, OF TUITION; Full Term W'KUi'j Mrntrtithrr 1. IHstS. KnrCntnlnnie ddrs JA.MUS U. l'ATTi:US., I'U. I)., I.ILI.UTU., KV. I o (Io, HlileH. set One of the local preachers is 2.1J Hplillt the cheWIIIC (SUIIl habit that lie eV'm'o ytAdd,e n 5(i vSii.rS' tells us he can hardly restrain himself from throwing the tumbler at the near-- , Manner, Danville. K ect one in ids eontretfation who tears his NAPIER IIOLSE, nerves all to pieces by the everlasting motion of her jaws LIBERTY. KY There is a i:mh1 sized row in tho Cherrv Hill Hapttct church in our coun- F. W. WARRINNER.PROP'R. I hive leased the above Hotel and intend runty. Hev. A. A. Xilce, the p.ibtor, has ning it in first lnnst It-- in nvery particular. Sperecently become converted to the cial attention to commercial men idea and preaclies it to his flock, tf as a result of which all but 13 of his con- Lexington, jjrepition refuse to attend. Henderson I el Kentucky. .the , I Iraders, Ilurtemcn and Stockmen ol the counties .ifh ...,..... ....,.., I'WIH) ....V'..., farrnril am Waihllll?P" j. ton will rind .ill the new relating tc nialtcrt of in,hcm ,n ,,,c. A 1 VC)( ' A rW. " ?" leading paper cf Central Kentucky, issued I ueday and rriday of 1A p fT",l)C2 By buyiiijj JILXJt Your SUMMER COATS And Vests. THE Mncti-tlcatio- n 8S-j-m Flannel Shirts and .Straw Hats, From 1 IO m w .VUB. m An Arkanias Sam Jones appears in tho person of a Ilaptist preacher, Itev. W. ' A UHllllU A. Lindbay. Most of his convertsare old THC JICOT EQUIPPCD SCHOOL FOR . , YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. people and a sinpuMr scene occurred at, smtt for Tj.T.PATTERSON.pnts. Carrollton, where they were baptized. 0a",'foiOHJ.B.SKINNER,PRiN. One lady, Mrs. Jane Nunnelley, was upward or b0 years, ami ten others ranged from 50 to Mr Charles Hanser, of Laurel County, is asent Tho converts waded into Royal uf I S. and he stream. up to their waists and waited for the Kid Star Line between New l!eli:i.li Mail Steamers, pljmg York or to visit and Antoerp. I'rue until tho preacher plunged them beneath At... ..- nl ..vrtru. .....Miliu .li- - dclrini; f.ir.l Vl'n.U'. tljn now In sosiuu at l'aris, r'rance, would do uell the waves. W (iLLll Bruce & IVIcRoberts. I THE RED STAR LINE. -. t. p DEATH'S DOINGS. air-tig- Ice ciikam at all hours at Ziniinur'B. d catalogue for all information possibly ask. you could moment's warning. The distracted parents can only look to the Heavenly FaTho Tiik glorious 4th was celebrated for ther for comfort nnd consolation. tho llHth time yesterday. Stanford sympathy of earthly friends, no matter didn't tako much part, as usual, on the how lavishly extended, can nvail nothcoptraryshe experienced one of tho dull- ing under such a terrible blow. est days imaginable. Tin: little danco in honor of the Misses Tub I.s'ti'.imok Jouhna1.: took with Sautley at the Opera House Tuesday them their two negro maBcots, Henry evening was greatly enjoyed by tho folItobiiiHon nnd Preacher Williams. They lowing couples till 1 o'clock: Miss Km- have been at each game and aro consid- ma Saufley and Hcrvey Helm; Miss Helered a part of this club. en Sautley nnd G. L. Penny; Miss Mary McKlnney nnd J. S. Owsley, Jr.; Miss A roiuiKsi'ONDKST at Washington nays Mlnva Phelps and K. 0. Walton; Miss that cluirgeH have been filed against S. Anno Shanks and W. A. Tribble; Miss M. Teacock, postmaster nt Lnncastor, I'.lla Shanks and T. A. Jtice; Miss Sue but wo suppose they nro trumped up to Itout and H. L. White; Miss Nettio Wray excuse the possibility 01 his removal. and C. C. Carson; Miss Alary Alcorn and Tiik Somerset Hanking Co., declared n W. A. Alcorn; Miss Bessie Iteiil and Lackey; Mr. nnd Mrs. G. C. Kels N3 percent, dividend after payingexpens-e- Thomas ler, Jr., Messrs. I'M Jones, J. C Iteid, $1,421.34 and carrying and taxes to undivided profits. Tho copital Eph Pennington and G. A. lackey, Jr., Mrs. J. E. spectators. 0 and Humorous is SoO.OOO, tho loans and diecounts Portmnn furnished tho music, which the depositH and tho individual dancers highly complimented. trouble. i'2,-277.S101,-603.08. Gone to .Someiukt. Ill addition to thoH mentioned elsewhere, the follow- inj; members of the club and others went Tub tax books for 1KMI i.,e now ready to Somerset Wednesday niebt to witness KverylKHly will please come forward nnd Uiu rt,at K!Ul)(,s of lm y Vt.ter,iay his taxes at once. T. 1. Newland, tww. tho iNTnimm Jovhsaiji nml the Slwrltt. Wnddle Uros.'s Club: li. L. Penny, T. ti who M. Owsley, J. It. Myers, Will Shanks, Iilh beenn Mu. David J. A units, candidate for jailer, asks us to eay that Itobert Davison, J. A. Allen, W. U. Pcn- he has decided not to ; ny, Dick (Sentry, C. M. Samuels, Peter owin- - to Stniub, Jr., Tinsley Mershon, Leslio Wil- make tho race. son, Joe Kmbry, Will Mattinjly, C. C. Tiik Louisville Times calls attention to Clr80IJt K c Walton, Itobert White, the fait that it has been IM cnrs einie tOL. lwtman. U.diert Kenrel. tho battle of (u'ttysbur was fought, to Tiik drowning of Allie Lee, eldest eon dhow the rapid fliitht of time. of Mr. nnd Mrs, Kugeno W. Lee, of DanThe first of July is past and I insist ville, in Dix Itiver last Monday nfter-noothat those indebted to me will come for-- 1 details of which are given in the I need Advocate, is the saddest event that has ward and settle their accounts. tho money and must have it. II. C. I'll- - been chronicled in a long time, made pu-y- . doubly so by the absence of both pa. .1.1 from the county. He was an exSo kaii as weather was concerned yes- rents 11 career of celebra-to- r ceedingly bright boy and terday was all tho most ardent was clear and just usefulness and Donor, wtilcli was opencould wish. It is cut ofT without a cool enough to make living wortii the ing up before him, A No. I second-han- Walter A. W tod binder for sale cheap. L M. Bruce. Theodore Dwight Woolsey is dead. He was a graduate and teacher in Yale nearly 70 years ago, became the head of the institution mote than 40 years ago, and nearly 1!0 years ago resigned because of old age. child Arthur Givens, the of Mr. and Mrs. John W. B.istm, of Pittsburg, died Tuesday evening of a throat trouble, which resulted in choking tho little fellow to death. The re mains ware interred m Buffalo Cemetery Wednesday. LANCASTER. GARRARD COUNTY. to call on to write or cail on Mr Hanser, London, Ky Round trip ticket for less than cut hclore sold from JEo to IS? Now Is your time to sec the Old World and Us wonder If a sufficient number will buy tickets of Mr Hanser he willo with them and act as guide and interpreter, as fte can speak fluently bcth the French and C.erman as well as the Knglikh language, thus saving a big sum to the tourist in Ibis nvittcr clone. This is the chance of your li e Accept it C HARI KS IIANSKK, Londo.1, Ky 4 Ifi(o Co MUFJLEY9 SUMMER GOODS Give him a Trial MERCHANTTAILOR . Is Receiving His IBBlTPPfrTT mi.'Mi.'i:.. SPRING AND Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed. be-jia- The Long ' I ( ad the Short of It. j j " n, I'liele Ben ltobiuson is very sick. J. and W. J. Kinuaird, Mrs. and Hendeivou are improving. The National Bank has declared its regular dividend of 4 per cent. The Citizens National declared a dividend of II per cent. Our town gets two appointments, so far, under Collector Burn.iin Walker Landram, 1st Division Deputy, and W. McC. Johnston Stamp Deputy. AND NASHVILLE Col. Charles Gallagher and Fleece LOUISVILLE Bobinson have gone to Clear Water RAILROAD. Springs, near Pineville. They expect to The Great be there the remainder of the summer. C. A'. Granger will entertain his THROUGH TRUNK LINE. evening. Saxton's friends To The- band will bo in attendance nnd the occasion will certainly be an enjoyable one. George Cogar, of Danville, bought about 'JOO.OOO pounds of hemp in this Willicountv. He has had it in storage here, QJ2 but lias, within tho past few days hauled nearly all of it to l'anviiie. K. W. Lee, of Danville, whose son Louisville To Nashville, was drowned a few days age, has many Memphis, friends hero and they all sincerely sympathize with himself nnd family in this, Atlanta, tho heaviest and saddest sorrow of their Montgomery, B. Mason El-ki- n semi-annu- . ' ILa $ Mo If you buy aMcCORMAOK REAPER or MOWER you are certain to get one of the best Machines made. If you buy a McCormack Machine you can depend on getting repairs when wanted,without delay or vexation, which is one of the most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or Mower; no mistake about it. The McCormack Machine Co. have always been in the lead of their competitors in the manufacture of Twine Binders, and with their Improved No. 4 and Big Four Mowers they have a line of Ma- chines second to none. By all means, see these Machines before you make your selection for the coming harvest. GEO. D. WEAKEN, Agt. south & -- wvsr'my QRS. FUMITURE' STORE! $t$MAIlg,AA MAOT HIOFFMaVKo PjTOPo lives. Tho Daniel Boono Club held their regular meeting yesterday. This club was organized in 1779 and has never since failed to meet on the Ith of July. Its membership is limited to nine and when there is a vacancy a petition for membership must lay over five years before it can be voted upon. The death of Col. J. H. Bruce is the only one that lias occurred in tho club within 20 years. The Constitutional Convention for tho new State of North Dakota will assemble nt Bismarck to-dn- Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. Newport News & M Miss.Valley Co. In Only one chanje to points ARKANSAS Spcc1.1l & TEXAS. Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low a3! such goods can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on tlie line of this riud will receive Arc,, or write to trSee acents ot this Compiny for C. I'. ATMOItE. G. tttei. rtes, routes I, ft T. A., Loulnllle.Ky V "4Jv S5mmEl& "wLii'5JfVil".'!lJ 'Z. Ji MiBwwtiyjM'TirlfM "w.,tintyffy,s U'll f"H' in ijhh'm OVfil'i1)iriThiaillWWh'""WWMMMB "I K . c-r- " 1.,! t r1 v r?" -- i1' 5t Across tho Mountains to the Sea. eed and Sale gtabla. A special excursion from Lexington to Chickens nro Dclling from $1.J0 to Old Point Comfort, Va.. will bo glen DENTIST. 'iJl.oO per dozen. under the auspices of tho ladies of the Olficron I.anc.iitf r itrc-- t, ojipotito PubllBhod Evory Tuosday and Friday I Guests are now arriving daily wt Chilstlnn church at Lexington at the St.inford, K. tftyr AT I Hock Cnstle SpriiUM. low rate of Sill for tho iound-trip- . A YWA vt VA.VCJC , Tlieio will bo an abundancei8of chest- special train will leave Lexington via the $a Rails, Shbhs and Tor Sale, M iM if a Uv'XVi' ,)l00U1 ft,,-- ,n Old Kentucky Houte, X N. & M. V. Co. not .0 paldSSO w.ll be chared.. WWhtn Ten Thousand l'ljt llmli acJ 10 00a Poplar E. D., July 18, at OliO - m., arriving at Shlnsles A valuable niaie belonging to J. li. Old Point at ( i t. next "Wiling. This W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. I hae on hnd MenN, K.C. LOCAL TIME CARO. WoTcn i Mle' and Children' SniK'i, mad t Alter, lrool ,. Co. Hardin has killed by tlic cars near Whit- - excursion oilers a diversity of scenic ' LONDON, KY , Train leaves Rowland at 7 oo a. m , returnlnu and Mundelle, which luill ellirtth ir) lov(et Good turnout and let hiie cv Crossing Sunday evening. pricet I hue bought them and the) mutt be on reatonable term laddlehprie alwaya ennven beauties not excelled by any other route, at 4:30 p.m. London lithe tnt old My (lock in complete vid thoe nhowntit lent point on the railroad of James Catching, passing through Kentucky, West Virgin- The store-hous- e to reich j battftlm can et them by calllnit. I ineMl lnni-e- u in the mountain e lion of the i'ate placet toin the L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. i near the depot, was robbed the other ia, through the canyons of ;Yv Iilvor, W C liAII.hY. night of about $T0 worth of goods. Mai! train going North l 31pm across the Alleghany nnd lllne Itidge' " " " ' . South 31 pm daugh- Little 1'ollv Owens, Mountains to the city of Kichmoml, Express train " South jijm terof William Owens, is very low with thence down tho peninsula for 75 miles .orin LONDON, KENTUCKY. Loral Freight North m "isip'tn typhoid fever. This is the only case in through localities made historic during' South.. The latter trains alo carry pisfnge r CAPT. FRANK B.JMJEY, PROPRIETOR I Loudon for several months. Cj the late war, to Oltl Point Comfort nnd t!VJtitMtUIAr tCH ICA oji-- -' The above Iscslculated on standard time Solar Mrs. S. C. Truehenit, principal of Fortress Mom oe. Tickets will be good Thorouhl Renovated and Kcfurmtiied, Klrt time li about ao minute fitter Tln powder never iru A i l" riry, Millershurg Female College, delivered a on special train and to leturn nuy time strength and whol- - iwtm. rue, v lumlcai clan Kare and Kcatonable Price. Day and night Mom than tli ordimr kind, ird can not e sold in Train are met by Polite Potteri ot thit I'opuUt A Missions at the Metb-- i and by any train within 15 days from competltiuti lecture on Foreign with iherniiii.tudc ol low ts-- i. short Home. Jo;-t- f. Leatmg Huh w ler o list church Sunday night. The audi-- ' date of sale. Arrangement have been ivcii;ht, atum r posphi-eiml on in can. KOAL It V. V. I'OttDIRKl euce seemed well pleased. i '" via 4ll street New York LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI made for side trips to Washington 1825. James Uarnes and his son Ilobirt the Potomac River at a vei low rate, Daily, Secure to I'ratelirt, Dem mils jiriiinpt treatment. Tlie Itm-ncrs- . were both badly cut by J. W. Woodall, and special rates have been seemed at f inflect may be serious. Avoid with whom they had a dilliculty near the famous Hygeta Hotel at Old Point. I all irxh uml drastic purgatives, tho on hand a No tquilitv Or Duelling, HouhoM Furniture Store, Mer- THE MOST RAPID ROUTE JellKf, was This is your chance te make the cheap- and ''CP Coil in my jarJ I. rave ofrcur orderI.fl) Woodall Nut tho colony Saturday. tendency of which is to weaken tho chandise, L , tppi) id tS dd at Ker attempted between the great commercial bowels. TI10 best remedy Is Ayer's cttieon the Ohio Kit cr and Chicago, and hence promptly arrested and placed in jail. Ho est tiip of the season. For information edirdorS S Myer' jrc ai.J tticv'vml te intend to promptly J UliOINS. time and Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. the fattett point in theinotl comfortable train be-1 Being purely vegetable, their l'UIs. 6j st.W rd Ky has been in several dilnculties hereto- call on G. W. Harney, Phomix Hotel, tween all South, or to the We it an action IS prompt and their effect always Xorthneit. The counterpart of thlt train on all I.Uhlnlnjr clauie atttched and damage paid fore. trunk line li denominated 1 lie Limited Hapten. Mr. Boswell, at Claienden Hotel, or S beneficial. They are an admirable whether Ate cmuet or not The uperb rolling ttock we employ give patron lAvvr ami After-dinnpill, and every7 Oi:0 II llklCK, AKnt. A. llroinberg, T. P. A., Lexington. Unlimited Comfort Tribute of Respect to Mrs. Ibby Ann Ows where endorsed by tho profession. OO'At all Coupon Ticket Ofice In the Soutn )ou will find our time tablctand ticket. Say " Aver's Pills nro highly and univerley. The members of Hev. J. Q. Montgomget Moion anil nick In Motion, II jou want sally spoken of hy tho neoplo about lo ive mone) and have a plcaiant lotirner. The following resolutions were made ery's church here, who luvu nl ways held 1, here. 1 niako dally use of them In my K O. McCOK.MICK, by the Women's Aid Society of McKen-dre- o him in the highest esteem, aie disgusted Iloird (nm practice." Dr. I. K. Fowler, BridgeReneral I'atieneer Acrnt, Chicago June I to Jul 1, per eek $5 00 port, Conn. City Ticket Agenti and Office with the idea of him entering a political Cottage Kent from June to July per week Church: M. IIlckxkii, uj th ve.. Loititvltle, Ky i. j 50 "I ran recommend Ayor's Pills above h A Toknck i Vtne l Cincinnati Ohio Wiikkeas God in His providence has scramble for ollice iu Lincoln. They say Hoard per week alter Jul) 4 00 I all others, having long proved their removed from our midst one whom we that his usefulness as a minister will be Cottage Kent perwcek alter ul) . value as a cathartic lor myself and 359 jij Fourth Avenue, all honored nnd loved, therefore be it family." J. T. Hess, Lelthsvllle, Pa. j9 impaired, besides many think that his Single Meal Kesolvkd, That we as a Society real" For several years Ayer's Pills have Itortei well care J for, per wivk ji ize with sorrow the great lois sustained nomination was more to satisfy a little Everybody ti cordially lnvit.l to !m u early been used In my family. We find them an of dear Mrs. Owsley, who spite than anything else. There is one in the teaion and Ret advantage of the leduced in the death was ever ready to aid us in our work and thing certain, that when he gets through rate Reipectfull), A L M'OONAMUt'h. by her motherly counsel. I' O AdJrp, Sunt 6tf K) with Dick Warren lie will wish he had MT. VERNON, KY. 2, That we tender our sympathy to tho for constipation and Indigestion, and N N.A M I Co ) li Middle-bur- g bereaved family and pray God to sustain "stuck to the plow handles." are never without them In the house." i and Hotel I tilt maintain Thitol Moses Grenler, Lowell, Moss. Only one Night out to New York. in their great sorrow. Liberty Press. cor. them ing it Ane reputation. Charge rcitonabte. .Speresolutions On Sunda) night, Dctember solh, In the "I have used Ayer's Pills, for liver on3, That these of our Society no entered Solid VmtibLlrd Train lo troubles and Indigestion, during many and a copy The Supremo Court of the United of Stanford, K , a HI.ACK. HKSK, about town cial attention to the traveling puklie the minutes ijH M. V NEWCOMII. Prop., years, and have always found them hand 5 yitariuld, sent to the familv; also to tho I.ntkiuok States consists of one Chief Justice and star in high,forehead and both hind lceth te. nail Sn'p on n)u. He crrle the l prompt and efficient In their action." Mt Vernon, Ky. Joi'rn'ai. for publication. L. X. 8mith, Utlca, N. Y. eight Associate Justices, all of whom are hit tail, which U very rheav, a little one ilded He Qaltimoro, Now York, Mrs. Geo. P. Bright, ) a udc-bawatnuencuto buggy, comparative!) " I suffered from constipation which Com. appointed by thi president with the con- new, with blue cloth lining llciulet the Slate Miss Mary Kay, Pami all the Kamou Virginia Spiim I, da. assumed such an obstinate form that I and sent of the Senate. They are appointed reward of $50, will sue J15 for the recovery of H. M'ROBEKTS, M. D.. Iijht bliorvtirrmn; al Old Point Comfort and tne Mia. H. C. Walter, J the horw, buggy uml iluef feared It would cause a stoppage of tho JAb C ItEII). Sea the neat afternoon 97 Stanford, Ky. bowels. Two boxes of Ayer's Pills for life and are removable onlj by imTime Card in Kftrct Ma 11, i!5 STANFORD. KY a complete cure." D. Burke, The Hopkinsville Kentuckinn has peachment. When a Chief Justice dies Saeo, Me. inventedand patented theword "disann-bugnifyOmce 011 I.ancaiter Street, oppo.ue his successor does not succeed by right " I have used Ayer's Pills for the past !ratMilrttVc ' Oil veil Having removed to thit place from Liberty, lo EASTWARD. Dail) l.iprew Ac com It means "stuck up, foolishly of seniority in ollice, but is chosen by thirty years and consider them an Inpractice hi prolciaton. call the attention ol the Dally IK Sun valuable family medicine. I know of proud; in other words, a darned fool," the president and appointed with the pub lie to the fa.t that he will be ready at all hour KOWI. ND, KY , no better remedy for liver troubles, 7 arnlu ji n"n or nlifhtto anwrr call in town or country. Le .Stanford Hr and is a very good word indeed. " l.inston . .. 11j jj am, 6 0 pin J ... pm and h.ivo always found them a prompt consent of the Senate. Thirty year of hie tile were ipent in Stanford and Dealer In- -Dry 40 Vitheter . .. ,11 45 am .; ij pm 4 o put cure for djsnepsia." James Qulun, 'JO oe ucriu 11 unncicitAij ia ipK 01 nisaoiiuy a Mrs Hetty Green, of New York, en Junetija I oj fv Goods, Notions', Hats, Caps a phyitcian and vurgeon Athareofthe patron, " K. VMerlinr 6 3J pra Middle St., Hartford, Conn. President Harrison "Elijah, 1 notice Ml joys an income of $3,000 a day and her I T pm pm j opm age ol the people of Stanford an J ic nit) itaaVcd 7 "Having been troubled with costlve-nes- s, Tiepiioiie 01 pm oy uim t Hoot, Shoe, Clothing, HinUarc, Queens 7 total yearly expenses are said to be less that the papers have a pood deal to s.iy , ,o pmi I tl i,m 9 5 pm ' .yoreneaa which seems Inevitable with perK) am ware, linware, Furniture and a Dll.ellill sons of sedentary habits, I have tried 4 ei pm 10 40 am than $2,000 a year. Her fortuuo at pres- about our foreign relations." Mr. Hal-for- d " Alhland. 6 OS pm io 47 pmi Ayer's Pills, hoping for relief. I am " Catlrtthur(. . "Yen, your Excellency." "They Conoral Lino 6 ii pni'to ji pin ent is estimated at $:M),000,000 anil it is Crocorlos, Klad to say that the have served mo 11 Huntington . 6 3 pmi . better than any other medicine. I climbing at the rate of moe than $1,000,- - say that tue ailuuuistrution should pay Fancy Caudle, Canned Oocdi, He Ihit notice forewarn huntn, fitnermrn aud Arr White Sulnhur JJ am arrive at this conclusion only after a All kind of Produce tiken in cichange for good. other not 10 trtxpiti on our lan.li wiiliout " Chirlnttttille. special attention to them." "Yes, jour - in jo am wj a year. " Wathintan . .. faithful trial i,f tlielr merits." a all tuch oilllx proe.iitrd lo the full-- I Samuel -. t 31 am " lliltlmore T. Jones, Oak St., Boston, Mass. The American Tribune announces Excellency." "Well, just make a note Signed eat exteut of the law J J" pm " Philadelphia. . 6 tj pm (.IM D IIUI'I'ER, T J MILL, that it has 23,000 signatures of "old sol- of it. When we get all our home rela" New Vork. . .. 9 an pm I M McKOllKllTSJR. !l S HAL'IIII.MAN, Richmond, Va. J3 P" diers" to ita petition to Congress asking tions provided for, wo'll see what can be K IIRl'CK KOIIT McALIhlER. OldPointComfori j t pmi S II UAUfJIlMA.V, S 11 SIIAVKS. " Norfolk . for a repeal of the "arrears" clause in the done for our foreign connections." Bos6 aj pm Se have pun liicd the Stauf.irl Woolen and '.MRS 1'itKr.utED nr HKNRVllAl'OIIMAN. A M 1 ELAND Gntt Mill and titled it with new ard firil-rlpension law. The repeal would cost the ton Transcript. Dr. J. C. Ayer St Co., Lowell, Mass. HOLMES, E.T PENCE, JOHN machinery and will betn on , i iir r C. PARItlSH. iir , Sold by all Dealers In Medicine. of the United States only D V. HOLMES Sieakinj of Judjje Boyd's libel indict Returning l'at Mall arrivea Leamjlon i, ,1 May 18th, 1889, $200,000,0000 already acrued, and only rveon, dally ept Sundvv ment the Covington Commonwealth says: Todocuttom grindin; and HOsLTFIN-FREISIAAccomirMHlaiMdi arriir Letlnglun J o? a m daily about a billion in expectancy. rardin; Our Mr Ill'LI , one who has been nn attentive and llouell liaahal over 40 ear' cpeneni.e at the etcepi Sundt James North, of Leesburg, went ""o and he ha ai l.imtteii thorough klio ! duly. 1 hi eiibulel arrive I.ln;t.iu 4 47 p m Aajjjjxc unbiased reader of the InteuioiiJouiInali butiucof btlithe branch julred a addition there will edjje In train ieitibuled frm end loendand home and found his wife ironing and bvanevper Iiimi him in carding Live u a ruf olid lo Ne York will believe that editor W. P. Walton No omS II. F. II Ii trial The hlghet market puce paid for lood lor ticket and infuematKvn write or at nlr to taking one of the irons he crushed her would be guilty of criminal libel. Ho HCWKI.L CO. Will h, permuted 10 MTe 1 few cow at my ta- -, -. E. H. BURHSID3. Prourietor skull in several places, then put her is an independent, a and fearless jour- white cora C i J' Stanfrd Ky Iilf on lincaitrr pike in tubuih ol Stanford, at '.it lir.Ult if AY I'Ai alL'l, fair I I. MtlUPIIV rt..M n... 1.. nead in the fireplace where the irons Throe Dollnra by tho soaHon. an.i a ) of JD AKRlNi.loN JdV l Lealnrion, Ky nalist and is incapable of publishing any-- 1 50 tent in .Mm 111, the ruoHi, pa)bu,inad u ere heating. Her fate and neck were vance.with ihi prmlcgeot lireedihK till the .or No Hotel In Kentucky ha i ? thing malicious of anyone." faLon, crnveatolK1 with a f and in proprietor U aet riniMt . ibm burned to a crisp. He was arrested and m mi I In oun bull i not kh.tll bemin:a'titd standing ' For several years there was a jailed nt Cynthiana. Great indignation nrrrtiini;. out m LOUIS VILLS, KENTUCKY. eery narncuiar mat oiler of $10 for a partridge's nest containovei the crime and lynching is feared. ducc milk cow of me huh He hatrecent'y a ' JeJ to . ., o n.. nt. hit nedigire and hi individuality guarantee tin. ing moie than 12 egirs, tho records at the a 1 ne cattle Maie itr 'HL-rCvKArtt UOUTIC. THE LARGEST AND FINEST Cion ne4tein-rreiia-the leid in the blooded atllexveral From the New York Tribune is taken Smithsonian Inntitute giving that .i the taken mark aiulBill-ari- l et b) lommandinc under the hammer the biirhot the following interesting table of the greatest number of eggs of that specif h pnc, and l,avlH(C the capacity to produce more THE SHORTEST AHD QUICKEST RCUTE HOTEL IN THE CITY. ANo milk and butter than an other breed and a much popular majoiities by which eiaht States to a ncet, A party of Worcester girls re- -, and a gnud !wrf ihej will not lil to retain their Irom have, in the las: two ye.us, defeated pro- ifiitly won the money by finding a nent ' A First-Clas- s W II MILLER lead in popular favur Livory OENTRAL, ICBNTUCKY HATES $2.50 TO S-- PER DAY. ACCORDwith 13 eggn. To accGinmoda c tl e d mand o n inri.aed hibition: I have for vile two fin- - lejiitered Hol.tjm-r'tt- i tramlent pttrn ant, e.t lur.ot furnuhed MicliiiMii... .."i I14."i WVst Viiiiinin.. .!?." ."i74 lan bull Jim snd one gride heifrr i.llf load I'uints ING TO ROOMS. Commercial Irani r a o oih t. W II Mill hit An Iowa clergyman ret enlly made the 02,001 Sen Hampshire 5,000 Texas Ma nf0,!.Ky NO-ITTennessee.. . 'J'.ti'J:) M.iss.ichusett8...44,r)o2 sUrtlinizaisertioii that "every year in 7.0S.5 Pennsylvania..l.SSI0-'ritheUlljtC(i Stttt,,8 oi70() brakomen are TURKISH A RUSSIAN ISATHs IN HOTEL I. 31. I lo tills must now be auue.i Ulioile is- - kiIU(1 mi(l .0ioo0 are crippled." That K FAST LINE UCTWEEN lan.l.wliici. ilia not simpiyueieatprolii.jtlintotu.bral:i.mnn out of 0Vt.. 07 ia , FSSS UVST, SALS CHICKEN bition, but nfter a long trial of it, repeal-- , i.iii,i ..rv j- -, that nn hmki-- 1 LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. aT . Long-standi- ng 1!...i. 1! eu us constitutional pruvisrm uv inure man out of every a or 4 is either killed or STAMiJUD, KV SCIILDLLL IN EI I I'.CT MAY u, i8ij majority T)f the pojiu-'a- r crippled. ! than a thiee-fifth- s Blood Disonaos aro cured by vote. Prohibition is doomed. SPECIAL ATlP.NTIONto CO.MMIiKCIAI. No. 4 No 6 Ilggs nnd chickens are tfjo valuable to the poraevoring use of Ayor's K travelers IIuriM and mules bought and sold. Sun. IKw to Head on a Thief. Take a be allowed to go to waste when Ganter's Snrsnparilla. K Sun Daily 'Ill) firt-c- ! hnrentld vein, le d in livery S to am S 00 p m pine of hoop iron - or 14 inches in chicken cholera cine is sold and warr.int-- . I, e Cincinnati 'iiiis inetllclno is an Alterative, ana 35 pm. AIo aAni fur t i. Lve Cowntftan.. 8 90 am t 09 p m 1 45 p m I rauses a raillcal chnnge In tho system. lei.ptii and punch two holes in one end, ed bv Mcltoberts & btagg. Lve latmouth. . 9 41 am 0 17 p in 4 08 p m TI10 proceis, In sotno canes, may not bo WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO. then take a small cow bell, heat the othArr I'ari .. . II IO a Biiio j p m 5 40 p m i) ilte so rapltl m in others ; but, with IJ 00 I' "i Hoo p m o jo p m Arr I.evinlon er end of the piece of iron and turn it Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. perslsifitci), tliH result is certain. Lve I'ari II M a Hi 5 45 p m The ben s.lve in the world for cuts, bruises, while hot in the clasp or eye of tho bell, o jo p m Arr Winehevler. 11 05 p m Itenl thfvu testimonials : rr Kichmond JO P in 7 jo p m make a coil of the iion when coid aud sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever "orc,tctter,crnp-pe"For two nri I stilTenM from a se-- I rr I.mciUcr.. 4 W p in and ill skin eruphands, chilblains, corn vero pain in my rluht stile, ami hail n p in Arr Stanford. . nail up ovei the door inside of the room. tions and positivel) cures pile., or uo pa) requirS-r5Eouter troubleuuiei y a torphl lhcr p in Affi-A tliiel will never open that door but ed It is jjuiranteed to give perfect satisfaction, ami dyspepiU. jrlvlng setral w;iAkV.v&.?i nieilli lues a fair trial without a euro, I c !rAi.A,MidaWVEJMiy!.3ajri n in Arr I.eiinetnn I'rico 15 cents per Lox money ref.mded once. The above is contributed by It. or begun to l.ikt! A j it's S.irMiparill.i I l'orsaleby A. K I'etiny, Stanford, K L. White, Ks(i. wan jrroittly hv thu tlrnt Wile, m ami nfur taking Un liottli- -i was Worth Knowing. mv ,. " - tt :iT curuil." .lulm V. Jluiiimi, 70 Ten years ao there weie -- I lailroads " ' S in a &8&Sfa& ...,.. Morgin, merchant, Lake City, 1 la, Lav. rem u st , I.uwl'H, Ma.14. Mr. W, Lve Uriel -10 ?$ ";"..'.'.; VcraGfBr,SS2:" EZZS carnowiiu; to ua taken H. a severe Cold, attended with a who could not iuterchaiif-' 3r LiiHt May a larco with In broke out Arr Kichmond .. a m , .7. & the gouge Now nil are alike and tho Couh and running into Consumption in mi m1 arm. TI10 usual remedici hail nu Lve Stanford " 7 00 a m ami I was contlueil to my bed for Thousands of dollars worth of cars owned iu Maine are seen slipping its first stages. He tried many so called popular Lve Lincaster 7 40 a in w ks A frinuil Arr Kichmond. HUSTONVILLE, KY. 9 4J a in chickens die every year from Choi ovei tho rails in Texas. Iho ntiiroad cough remedies and steidilj grew worse. Was Aiei'ii ! Saisapirlllii. iiulnreil niu to try I.,im than threo LveTvlchmoiid. a 40 p in 6 10 a era. It is more fatal to chickens than BVritem of tho United States is deelared reduced in fleh, had duficult) in breathing and li ittles hi'.ihil the Hon. In ull iny expo-rii-iiAre still in the liuiineas and reidy to do any Arr Winchester 1 J" p 1 'I a Ir.cd Dr. to thins in the Undertaking line We havo a full Arr I'aris with meilkiue, I nuttrsaw morn p in 7 43 a in 4 l ill ather diseases combined. Hut the to be as peri ct as a system can be was unable for sleep finally and found King's New nor of Caes and Caskets of all kind and Kohei Lve Consumption immedlite Discovery LexiuKton 3 45" p 1 00 a m 3 4v pm of every detcnption Our lie ire, which is nearl discovery ol u remeay nut positively made. a 53 a m relief, and after using about a hilf dozen bottles 4 J p new can lie obtained on short notice Mr j II Lve Paris 4 35 P m Lve Kalinoulh cum it has been made, aid to be con 5 3" in 9 3 a in, 5 07 p m found himself u ell and has hid no return of the iiotbi'r market! effect of tlui usn of this ( Greiu h is charge of our himnr and will show t 35 p m'to jj a unr jmin iu .my uuc necuini; inyinmj in out Arr Coiniton 7 o p ra vinced of its efficacy only rcjuires a mi In mid was thu ntritngtlirimig of jny Don't Fool disease. No other remedy can show so grand a Arr Cincinnati 6 45 P JII'IO 45 a m 7 ' tine 35Pm Mth Laino Atlutus, Holly 04. tf trial, a. bottle is enough foi away precioua time and money and trifle with your recordof cures a Dr. King's New Discovery for f.u'il . hptiugs, (Jmrantied to do just wlnt is Consumption On thoMavvville llranch. No one hundred chickens It is guar- health experimenting wuh uncertain midicine, claimed for it Trial tottle free at A R. I'enn)'s, 9. levves Pans at "I had a ilry uraly lnimor for var, 8 oo, a m and No. 11, ut 5 45, p m, Golden Medical Dicoery 11 a, s nntl stifTeidl tctrtbly , ami, as mv brothanteed If, after using of when Dr. 1'ierce'aIn curathcaction a to war- o Drug stor" Maysvil e at to jj, a m. and 8 10, p m No certain ,U VsVjii?x. . i. er and hlsti-- r wero hlinilorly ulliieteil, I l.1krll M (a.lll. - 3,i ... a bottle, the buyer is not thoioughh positivelymanufactureriti ill guaranteeing it lo cure , 7, :,,, 'v ..- iu.it,. '" 'nitiffatai I1'aris at rant its Electric Bitters. , prsiiiiio tho initially is heru'litarv J.a.st ,i,t) kviuti iu and satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken diseases of the bluod, akin nnd scalp, and all scrof. winter, Mr. Tjron, (of ""' ' an si 4 05, p 111. These trains are This reined) is becoming so well knimn and no dill except Sunda Cholera, return it to the undei signed utojsafli.ctiotis, ormone) paid for it will Le re popular as to need no speci il mention All uho Via , ) rt oniiiieiith'il mo to tako Ayur's W tVK. SarHiiparillii, nnd eoiitinno It for a ear, fill ded and ) our money will be refunded. .o'aln ,rxcej,,Culal0,,,05;,,,': ,r"VM ''" h iv e used Ulectric Hitters sing the k.itnt song of 1'or llo iimntl.M I took It tlally. I havo en purer medicine does not ex:t and it Is A-- Stazs, Stanford not praise A For by tale McKoberta Joo Ke ard offered for an incurable case of guarantied to do all tint is cliimid Llectrlc last had a b.eiiush uiionTmv bodv for tho 1 three months " E. Wiley, 110 o. 7leiveralinouth 6 00 am Catarrh ti) llu proprietors of Dr. Saja'a Kcmedv C0N1PAWY Arrive-- . Ci.ir.,.. 1 Cliainbors st., New York City. Hitters wllj cure u" diseases of the Liver and n.itiT5Jain, except bumlav druj,'giltt jocts ,bj u iiicates Cincinnati B 10 "I.tst fall uml winter I was troubled m - irilves Pal- remove I'iuiplCH, Iloils, Salt Kheumand II riKi R,8ur UrDDu. mouth in 10 n m Siiml iv mil.. with a dull, heay pain in mv sido. I other affections c.iutcd b) Impure blood Will No 3j (cites Kalinoulli 4 15 p You Cannot Afford did not notice It minh at llmt, but It arrives Cin- In drive Miliaria from the ostein and prevent a v ,5 iu , iiiiiu iv tuny gradually crow worso until It beramo ' ...nuii At thlxeavon of the )ear to be without a sin J tc, well 1 rain Notts No j runs iUII Lcluceii Lesinir. as cure nil Malarial Fevers I'or's.icure of almost unbearable. During the latter J In the house, a cramp. .1 inn unit uinciiitnit. No . runa dmlr hetuien !.!..... mine jMciinruuun.niiiiuui liahlvdiirrhoea ta'ani A. Constipitlon and Iiidigostinn try Ulecpait of this time, disorders ot the stoiu-ulvr Cincitmtti and LexiiiKtoti c-- iu diarrhota and all itiflnmmation of the tUiin-ac- Iltadiche, I..1..I. 'itiuwt Jn and Ilvt r Inereased my troubles. I iniiirv,ri.'iiiovi-Ba.- ' n iijuu.- Kntire atisfncton nraiirantced or on 4 niiu o mjke eoimeition at Winclienter tric Hitter f -- t . W 0 and Ujwcih are exceedingly d.iugcrous If not began taking Ajer's Sarsaparllla, and, lorpnlmsoiiiheN N A SI ' nv '.icul log, Liver-Mole- s, Pim- I'rico 50c and $1 per bottle inoncv refunded once. On after faithfully continuing the use of s)K plo3, Black-Head- s, " .r"7l,,"'I'a! i.exliietou iy Sunburn and attended lo at will do moru batle of llegi;' uf the A K l'onn' drugstore i. nriuTiV In this medicine for binnu months, tho pain llalsim 'front tlie'c.r ra. Tan. A few applications will render t In- kind llun any other modulno goodearth.cases guarat and lie disappeared and I Mas completely on We The Frlile of Woman. most (stubbornly red skin sod, emootli and eiued" Mrs. Augusta A. l'urbush, Drutruijt. white. Viola Oream is not a paint or antee it A R. """frTrjrii A clear pearly and transparc.it skints alwajsn Havuhlll, Mass. IhrmiKh tickets sl,j-powder to cover defects, but a remedy to cute. f pure blood, and ull perton troubled with LEXINGTOiM.KY. "fti devtin.i.iouroacheahjaraiL'ad. check.! ' Why Is It Tor full particular addre.s any dark, greasy, )ellow or blotched skin can rest asIt is superior to nil other preparations, and agent ol the Co. It II.HACON, c dmes Is guaranteed to giro satisfaction. At drug- 'lli..t people linger aloujj aluas ctiniplalnmg sured that their blood i ojl of order A feu"111 reii. Traveli,,, iW,-- , A , '&j' v.riii.iBY XUkcr gists or mailed for 50 cents. Prepared by abiut lint enntimi il tired Itulilif; ? Olio tottlc of of Leges' III001I 1'uriHer skin Iil.rfiil become demand will LexinKtmi, Ky. move the cause and the Or. J. O. Ayer & Co., Lowoll, Mai, CoWtitton Itv IlegaV II!iod Purifier and lllwxl Mtlfr will eii- -l &, T It, and if salixfueiksin is not tfiven Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. "V7.B.EasrT"X" Wnv, court-home I pick l. ir , "' V i- mi ik Turni-MMll- 1 I POWDER Absolutely Puro JACKSON HOUSE. m,y-- I NEW FAST .MAIL Constipation 1 Established r&-su-it' Atteiitiua, Coal FOR liTSTJIlAlTCE er M I i Season Opens June 1 1 1 '89. W06b'WALLA6E, Men's Outfitter Mo-no- Louisville, Kentucky. HOTEL. -- OIH Effective Remedy NEWCOMB 1 jn Ky. Hosts ! V STOiLaisr U Sj-t- Washington, Philadelphia, 1 0. ." Court-Kou- ie Kun oj-t- of POSTED. .. i .. Ayer's Pills, 3STOTIOE. aa i tax-paye- ' Saturday, . N THE MYERS HOUSE -- Captniu Wayne I j THE GALT IfOUSK, , ' 111 M2S: Unlucky Central R.R. U. Pool Parlors Stable N Ik j , 'JhE ll 0r" r ce, south- wgs$. i4?,W(EST,AiS I .. 1 !.. 1 ... 1i m ITW Cholera Curs Suth-l!ourv- 1- . d - BKtS. T. S5psg r r r m 1 aciSSSS: 10m-plutt- ly 111 o CO., 111 tu 111 111 -- Wonderful Results. 'Jl-xiis- 111 111 111 50-cen- . two-third- "W ,, .... ,!, w Jrt S? vT2 - mlPn V 7-r- -- I- c-ll- h Ii GTtmiM A rMf . Diar-lirue- a ,n VnaW.,, Ayer's Sarsaparilla, rriso ,.. g, o. rjiaXaVn. Tor.roo, o'u nt , co rorSl McRebrri A-- Stn"r', .ii fnrd,Ky llrely rouio viitliln twllnn. give them ngoodappattto a.id reyuUte dijeiitioii. A. H. I'eini), DrugKltt. It will cost you nothiug. K. I'liuiy, Dru,ciC tritisiurunt. r) It U fully warrant. A il j sl lottlcf, JJ. Worth $S a bottU ,iSftsa J HUN PING FOiV, Oenera. GKNKRAL Chamber of Con.iueice OFf'ICKS: UulMlna, Cinc.nnali, O. H.K