You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890062701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- - ft M i' Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. CHURCH AFFAIRS. J j Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, JUNE 27. 1890. FOB. SALE . i NO. 34 I . ntltlitlons. l.ri church with tucktan. The Kentucky Baptist association which has been in vwlon at Owensboro mnmi-- " tiiljouruetl Tuesday to meet at burg in November, 1S1'2. Uev. tieo. (. Barnes and family are at Richmond holding services. It Is expected that they will vilt friends in this city next week. Lex. Brcs. Thirteen bundled delegates Mr pres ent nt thu International Sunday-Schoconvention at Pittsburgh, representing 112,su: schools, with 1.17S,:I01 tenehcisj and 'M'HM7 scholars. The Baptist Preachers' Association' at Atlanta exprosed great confidence in the christian character of Kev. Mc--I ditcher, but mildly condemned him fur beating bis wife. A beautiful christian character to have. In 1P01 there were .'15 translations of the Scriptures In existence. Since the formation of the British and Fotoign society In that ynr ton millions of tnouev have been expended in the woik and theie are f i irculatlng the Bib.-n w. counting dialects km well as languages, nearly 300 translations of the St ripturcs Kev. W. Y. Sheppard will preach at the College chapel next Sunday night at o'clock. A cordial Invitation is to the public to attend. Mr. sheppurd Is desirous of building up an Kpiscopal church here ana especially aienibers of that body ami those t whote iriNelii'tioiiH are that way to bun in the work. Ken-1 ol 111-L- WAYNESBURQ. Waist Deep In Money. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Tom Kelly, the ticket seller of llar-- i Mr. J. C. Ranlitl. proprietor of the -- Itev. (ieorge W. L Disliou's mother, SO years of O. lUrncs and family mini's circu.H, is as much h specialist in age, ami son, Ezra, 10 years old, died UllClier Hotel, illu' purchased a hotel Scotland, July 10. will shil for liia peculiar line an nny,ntrietly speaking. in Catlettsburg and will move to that K.C. Well and M. W. Hnr- - professional man. Tlie whole procenq of this week. Itev. J. N. Bowling, of McKinney, Ijlace before long and take charge of the Term .,,,... ,... il... ti..k..t. niimi u.mm.i... ,,...,.:..:,, . WnaiMOWilllllli'l'llllKUl ' For Salc---BrlcI k Residence - Ltt on Mam Street in Stanford Containing t wet Main mreet. and the biiMiKbi.ki.iKmii.,;theowie- i:..a,or.Po- Square, now live, In which Stanford J II. OWSLEY. . . , tuna (inning lliu 1 ' IIIIIJL' , eau- - T. R. WALTON-- , Stanford , 11 UWIII" ..7.... . 111 ,. movements uith the regularity of clock- work. The ticket whitlow is about four of t( e wagon. Mr. Kelly sits upon a high stool with a lingo mini of money in dollars, halves ahd ipiurtcrH piletl upon tlieshelf on his right. A corresponding shelf on the left is covAll ered with tickets ami half tickets. this is arranged hofore the window is f(iH lllliu i opened. Alineofsover.il hundred impatiently uIumoritiK people wait outside. Mr. Kelly climbs upon his stool, taken a long, deep breath and opens the window. Money is received in bin right hand ami dropped upon the lloor. Tlie thumb of thu left hand has in the mean time pushed a ticket from the pile and the right hand has selected, mechanically, the change and presented it to the purchaser. No attempt is made to pile up the money received. It is laterally preached two excellent sermons heru last Sunday on the subjects of Heaven and Hell. -- Col. W. II. Miller and Hon. U. M. Davison, of Stanford, ami John E. Dye, a young lawyer from Estesburg, are here on legal business in Squire M. II. Hooch's curt. te. I. tiooch has gone to Clinton county in the interest of the Oxley Stave Co. ti. It. Waters, of Boyle, is here talking pianos and organs to our folks. Varnon, Carpenter and Cooper, of Stanford, were here last week on otl'tcial husinehs, but on account of Judge illness very little good resulted from the trip. Joe Paxton wasliero last week shaking hands with the "dear people'' and it is saitl that every man iu this precict is for him. Some of Hooch's relatives ami warm friends heie are trusting that ho will not make the race for county clerk as they aie pledged to Cooper. Ignorance in High Places. A property. NOTICE. We are standing the Clark ih hone at our at Ml Kinney at - A goodly number from here will attend the basket meeting at Fork Church, Var-non- 'a , ts dropped and when tlie show commences Mr. Kelly sits like a buoy surrounded by a sen of money, the crests of whose waves mount up to ami press closely around his waist ami almost on a level with the whitlow ledge. After the per- foriiiaiiceeomnieuces and no more peo ple want tickets, Mr. Kelly closes the window and steps carefully over this bed of money. Then, ami not till then is any attempt made to count ami assort this sum, which amounts toscveial thousand dollars hi pieces of all denominations. New York Press. Uses For Coffee. It is asserted by men of high profes- as-.i- Great Volcanic Eruption In Alaska. A recent dispatch from San Francisco I. rings word that Bogoslov, the Alaskan olcauo thatrose from the ocean depths alHiut seven years ago ami blawd and smoked for a time, is again in eiup- A tioll. This recent eruption began February 10, anil has continued nt intervals. April 17 and 2J there were signs of great activity, smoke ami tlinne pouring from the lofty crater and rising to a great height. The sky for weks was clouded with ash-vand these fell in liberal showers in the tow n of Illuliuk, li miles to the eastward. To the people who saw the eruption it wemeiU pillar of lire and smoke fully miles high, rising from the horizon and losing itself in the low clouds. Professor Davidson, of the ConsJ Sur- vey. estimates that the volcanic pillar must have been sent up to a ncigiu oi at least four miles above the sea. Capt. Kverett Smith, of the steam whaler, Orca. passed near the scene soon after the tlrst eruption. He noted that four new islet, each dctatohed, but near the volcano island, had arisen from the depths. As the ocean bottom here, oil Bogoslov, sounds SI I fathoms, and there When water once begins to boil, it is fathoms about 1" is a depth of unles awav, an iilea mav be gained of impossible to raise its temperature any the tremendous energy reunited to raise higher; all access of heat is absorbed by an islet from tlie ocean bottom to the hip the escaping, as so called, latent heat, i ai e and is given out again when it condenses. We often sneak of seeing the steam es- Hon! nfthfi Moon. the mouth of a kettle, but A problem of great interest in physics! is an iuvisitile .,.,,1 ...irmumu. , mi ... r i Tvniln . .OH" lUllllWHinniiu-niva- ni vs VVIHUMU1HJ 'J laboretl in vapor, ami we can no more see it than Hoose .uuM'rofe.ssor Langley we can air. What we do see are the miai n, has been solved, and trustworthy nute drops of water into which tlie evidence at last been obtained as to the on coming into tlie cool thermal value of moonlight. This has steam condenses boil water iu a glas llak, wm been ncconiplisihed by Mr. C. V. Boys, air. If we nothing can be seen on one of tlie professors at South Kensing- shall notice that the interior; and by observing the steam ton, who, by means of his quartz we shall notice has produced a thermopile of al- escaping from a kettle appa- that there is quite a distance between most incredible delicacy. By this of the spout ami the point ratus he can rentier sensible the heat of the end where the cloud becomes visible. This a candle up to the distance of i miles, cloud of steam is of exactly the same naand by directing the minute tlisk of the ture as the clouds which float in the lustiument to the moon he has shown sky, and which are formed by the conthat the warmth received from its cold upper regions of light is equal to that given out by densation in the vapor in the air. aqueous a candle at 'Jl feet distance. The result anticipations of Prof. accords with the We hear a deal about overwork in Observation seems to these days. In all professions and callPiazzi Smyth. show thatalthough the moon's face is ings multitudes are complaining that under the blaze of an unclouded sun for they are driven to death. In some cases comparatively cool, this eroiind Is well taken, but in most 1 i days, it remains heating it tloes ulti- cases it is not overwork, but overworry, and that whatever mately receive is rapidly gained and as or overeating, or needless exposure, or overindulgence of the appetites that is rapidly lost. London Standard, sending the people to the hospital, madis a Mr. Stanley's future niother-in-'.ahouse ami prematuio graves. Body and handsome widow, enjoying the larj;e mind are bo constituted that they will e:v left her bv her late husband, a Par- dr.ru an immense amount of work if liamentary lawyer. Mr. (Hailstone and proper care is taen of the health. other nersonagca of the Liberal party are frequent guests at her table, and more J A few days ago three families of than ono coronet has been ottered ami settled on farms in the northern refused by her two beautiful daughters. part of Beadle county, South Dakota. In Tf.tr nnlv other child, a son. is a mild one of the families there are 111 children, till WISlv young man, who shows none of thu in- in auother 17 and the third l, thu partellect of his Bisters. He is engaged to ents of the last family having been marbe married to the daughter of a country ried but 10 years. These families will squire, ami will probably appear at the soon be joiued by four others, all relaaltar ol Hymen at the same time as his tives, numbering 10 persons, making a sister. total of 07 persons in 7 families. j r. was oilered to the boy8 a A holiday NoTiii.su to L.u'cni At. Mr. Blooms disEaton on condition that they would "What were thu boys all laughing bo cover an English word containing all the heartily over?" vowels in regular order. In a very little Chumley "Smith got otl ono of his while one of them shouted out, beastly jokes." au another, "Facetiously," "Why didn't you laugh V" compan-- l amidst thu plaudits of their "It was on'me." Chicago Times. ions. one-eighth s. , sional ability thnt when the system ..ceils a stimulant, nothing equals a cup of fresh coHee. Tluee w ho desire to rescue tlie drunkard from his cups will ml no better substitute from spirits codec, without than strong, milk or sugar. Two ounces of cotl'ee, or of a pound, to one pint of bever boiling water makes a age, but tlie water must be boiling, not Bitterness, comes from merely hot. boiling too long. If the collet required for breakfast be put in a granitized kettle over night, anil a pint of cold water poured overit.lt can be heated to just the boiling point, mid then set back to ............ r..rli..r ebullition, when it will " he found that while the strength is aroiria Is preserved, iTaKtCit its (ielu-citAs 0lr co,inlry consumes nearly 10 lbs. a pity not to of toiret, ,,uri.npim, it' mauner. It is llVe it inatU in the .1Shur,...i i... tiK)g,. v,0iiivo tried it that malaria ami epidemic are avoided by those who drink a cup of hot codec venturing into tlie morning air. Burned on hot coals it is a disinfectant By some of our best for a sick rooei. physicians it is considered a specific in typhoid fever. The Epicure. 11 new-mad- e first-class, ex-I- e H comical incident at Constantinople illustrated what thin ice those that use the press have to walk upon under tlie rule of the Sultan of Turkey, states the There 'is a New York Independent. ti reek benevolent society in Constantinople which recently had occasion to publish a pamphlet on its work, und on there was put a quotation the from Paul's Epistle to the Halatians. Very soon after it appealed a police olli-vcame to the printing ollice and of the editor that luydiould give him information as to who this Paul was who had been writing letters of the people of Halata (one of the suburbs of Constantinople), as he had orders to get a copy of these letters ami to bring the aforesaid Paul to headquarters. The editor explained that P.tfild could not be brought to headquarters; he was dead. But the functionary retorted that his or ders were to bring Paul, anil if he could not bring Paul to bring the editor. It was df no use to protest that Paul had been in Heaven for eighteen hundred years; and the etlitor was taken to head- qiiarteisaud put in prison for several days, until finally the Hreek Patriarch interfered and presented the bureau of censorship with a copy of the letter of Paul, which he showed was addressed not to the people of Halata, but toa province of tlie ancient Hoiiian Empire. Thin having at last been made clear, the editor was released. . title-pag- e cr in Garrard, next Sunday. The object of the meeting is to celebrate the of the first Sunday-schoo- l organized iu that neighborhood. Mr. John K. est is the only living person who was a member of the first Sunday-schooSeveral big guns ai e on tlie programme for addresses. The erection of a new public school-hous- e will be begun in a short while. A house that will cost 510,000 or 312,000, of modern style, to be built large enough to accommodate all the children who attend, will be erectetl. The site is on the ground where the present stands. This will till a long felt want, ami children that have not attended on account of an house, will now go. A death that was a surprise and a shock to the. entire community occurred Tuesday evening, at I o'clock, when Dr. O. Beatty passed unexpectedly away. He had only taken sick the evening previous to his deatti and only a few knew that he waf ill. He died of congestion of the stomach. He was 7' years old and was considered a very active and sprightly man for his age. Dr. .Beatty was one of the most prominent and best men in Danville ami his loss will te deeply felt. He was connected with Cjntre College as teacher and president a greater part of his life.. The fuueral services were held at the Second Presby- ivri.ui eiiurcn inursiiay evening at o o'clock; burial in Danville cemetery. semi-centenni- IGE,-ICevery )nu-vi.h t ta-- E. res-ata- $10 to Insure a Living- Colt He i well bred and a No t foal getter Money Commencing Monday, May 10. w III run a r , parted with or bred to another ice jgon and deliver ICK at the house of due when mart-issron in Stanford who deir it Notify hore. Lieu retained on all roll till money It 3 paid DUNN K. TANNER us If IIRKMKR.V CLAUS. tf tWtered l. For Sale 5 I Farm For Salo. I effvr for ale privately my Farm krm n as the old Lewi Luiiftford piace, near the Stanford and Lanca-te- r pike, and running nearly to I) ix River, Twenty ISuildingf Lots In the corporate Iimlti of Rowland H J. IARSI. Rowland. omtaijiinK Acres It I well improved, hat gml ciMurn, and the land n In a fine Mate of cultivation Cull on or nddie.l tne at nilUrtii Creek, K m lia S I.. WITHERS. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, TANKOKD, KY. NEWCOMB writ-kno- MT. VERNON, KY. HOTEL.. school-hous- e over-crowde- d ThHoU and Hotel.li stilt maintain ing iti reputation. Cbarpe reaonaHI.' SpeWeill drilled to order and I'umtx lurnnhed at cial attention to th- travelin? ptihlir . factory pries. to At. V NEWCli.MII. p,op., ' SHI. Mt Vernon, Ky. f HANK MAIMMON JAS. G. GIVENS flr GIVERS & MRIRQR. REAL ESTATE, Ha leased otic st the tables at Pence traik and wt'l run a gcucral --- c. :l. caow in A: Farm PlnevlUe, - - Kentucky. Corre-ponden- te Breakincr and Traininrr atnWn ")wM-wa He ha had sufficient experience lo make him nn expert in the buines mid Ins rites will reasonable. Ciie Inn. j share f Miir patronize. Town Lots, Coal, Irmi and Timber or sold on Commmton, solicited Lndt bought toi-y- r lverj 'OLD in DRimSG SPRWGS1 I. M. BRUCE, Referring to an adertivment which appeared ot the Interior Journal in regard to lat retains; cottages at Old Dripping Springs I with to ir.form the public that since said article appeared I lime again leased the spring and buildingo to D G Slaughter upon same conditions as contained in fortuer Ie.ie between him and Jumcs I.. Adams a;- MART HELLE ADAMS. Admx. tue lira, SALS AND FBI- - SIA3LE, STANFORD, K. SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL travelers. Horses and piules bought and sold. Onlyhrst-cla- s horsesnnd vehicles used in liery. he-for- e Aluioat ull about ready to finish up harvest.' I). X. I'rewitt Dealer In a lot of hogs to some lmrtiea in Garrartl STANFORD, KV for '.A0. Mrs. Lticimla Hall died at a WELL PRPERS. Engineering and Surveying in Kooil old age a few days a'o. L. ti. -SOILS. au orancnes. Hubble bold his On Time horae to Pony ETC., VARNISHES, Bealey forSliX). The beef club began - KENTUCKY. here last week and if you will call in any DANVILLE, This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and Friday evening you can hear about it. WALIi TAPKIt AX I) DKOOKATIOXS. the larg- others not to trespass on our lands per. J. 1. Burnett made an assignment last est and most complete stock in Central Kentucky, mission, as all such will be proiecuted without fullto the itli alt Saturday to Joel Walker. The indebt- Known tothe latest and mot Mouldings decorations est extent of the law Signed: the trade Room and WinD. V. HOLMES. ill PRICES THE PHILIIERT RICHARDS. Dr P. W. LOGAN. edness is about- $600 and amount of goods dow Shades ANDendless anety IJES r JOSH ADAMS n LOWEST WORK THE An about tlie same. Wesley Sutton sold to inatinn is kindly solicited before orders are placed. John Wootl his colt by Messenger Chief for 5 1LV. George Camper has moved to Danville. Dave Walktr ' will soon take a position in the new bank of Lancaster. We hope it will be to his I desire to sell my larm of about 130' acres, situl nete .Ciutitui anil springs are miles north of Stanford on th8 interest to do so, as he is an excellent situated on Dix mer. 4U, miles east of Stanford. ated about Rush Ilranchpte, opposite theold church. There the boy. liobert Austin's child died a few They are ofold purest chahbeate water In the are about 50 acres in wheat and ryn; tlie balance dit)snf the proprietor, Moses Cook, our ances- of the farm well set in timothy. days ago and we extend to father and tors spent many happy hours here, gaining health of four rooms and kitchen and (ood dwelling a splendid new Tkiiiiuii.k i.n Ciii'hcii. Reand liapntni-ss- . no more As Esiaxt mother our sympathy. Mr Arnold is healthful waters, For invalids know of it has no barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession can and for pleasure Ioers be cUon immediately. For particulars, seu J. P. cently a lady took her little boy to a making his stage Bailey, Stanford, line a success tUrough equal. There was never a cooler, mote delightful Cincinnati, Ohio. or write the undersigned at boarding house an ay from the noisy city and free iE. WITHERS. church in Leeds. He was a very little here. from the musical mooiuito. With a new boat and boy, ami it was his first visit to churWi. plenty of full, much pleasure can be obtained on of old Dlx rucr. Our AND DRIPPING SPRINGS. the waters June. Ratesof beard, Springs open on THE COREERCIEL HOTEL The organ began to play and the child beginning July the j;thof Per Week f J op aloud ,tf turned to his mother and aketl in H OWENS, Day IIl-iuile- . A. E. GrlBBOBTS, FMRTS $ HARRY A. EVANs, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, Xl 1 POSTED. arti-ti- c - ex-a- at-2- in COOK'S SPKHTGS. Farm For Sals.' 1 health-givin- g 1 4 GREEN-BRIA- R I.'-I-M "Hotel whisper To AiTLiiAxrs: I have secured all "What's that, mamma?' the help I need anil have had aver 20 ap"Hush, tlear, it'sthe organ." plicants for the position of clerk aloi.e;so "An organ in church?" whispered tlie it is utterly impossible for me to reply small bov, evidently much astonished y letter. Mr. (Jastineau, of Lexiugtot), ami impressed. has the position as clerk in the storeand Then a pause of expectation, and a K.tyiii." I llla-nient- s, 1 for-tu- Fin-lande- rs w- I Mr. Heller, of Ohio, its hotel clerk. The clergyman, small of Btatuie, appeared in Katydid will positively open on the 1st gorgeous vestments. day of July ami the Grand I'icnic will "Oh, look, mamma!" called out the en- bo on the Uli. Kverybody invited. fant terrible, in clear accents, "Is thnt l'espt., D. G. Si.Art.HTER. the monkey '.'"Leeds Mercury. Indecision is a fatal weakness of charSk.wmw.k. Jt is natural for borne per- acter. Some people neldoni decide even sons, even iu childhood, to take a philotho most simple alFairs, but lottheindrift sophical view of things: until they decide themselves. When Little Brother "See that pretty bird they think they have decided it is only out therein the rain! I wish he would a decision. They still hold the go to sleep in the grass so I could catch matter under consideration as thoiie.h him." had formed no conclusion. After Little Sister "Why don't you wish they 'cause deciding once they have to decide whethhe'd go to sleep on the sidewalk, er their decision shall stand or be rethen you could catch him without getThey cannot decide what to deting your feet wet?" Youth's Compan- voked. cide about the things which they have ion. decided. Poor souls! They are never Vau'eof a 1skxoku Tiiai.v. But happy. They are forever wishing they few persons who view a passenger train had chosen differently. And when the as it goes thundering past have an idea und of life comes they will be miserable that it represents a cashltvalue of from because they have never fully settled $75,000 to $150,000, but such is the case anything. fc The oVdinary express train represents It is a great mistake to nx theinindon from $sa,000 to $up,000. The engine ami the future life iu such a way ns to forget tnnder are valued at $10,500; the baggage the duties and proprieties of this life. car, $1,000; the postal car, $'.',000; the Some men are intent on getting to Heavsmoking car $5,000; two ordinary pass- en, but they overlook the fact that one enger cans, $10,000 each; three palace must lie meet for Heaven before he can $S:i,000. Many cars, 115,000 each-to- tal, get there. If one is to be a king in which pull up to or out Heaven he must bo a king here. of the trains Xoono from the Union depot in this city are will wear a crown hereafter who has not worth $150,000. St. Louis Hepublic. been faithful over the few things which am were committed to him on the earth.' Some of tlie best and most profitable 111 a recent speech farming is done by the head, around the Conirressnian At- lire, after tlie evening meal is over. Our kinson, of West Virginia, enid: "If all farmers, as a rule, are not accustomed to the ports of entry on both oceans were y doing as much of this part of fanning as blockaded so that no vessels could they should do. Begin now and im- enter them bearing tho products of other prove your time more in this line. Think-ove- r countries, and war should bo declared what is not done, hut needs to be against ut, we could, with our piebent bee that is facilities, produce every munition of war done at once, and executed. and every article that we might need for mt hair tir sustenance for a thousand years.'' head of virgin A line will bring from $200 to $000, according The uses of electricity extent!. An to its length and luxuriance, and to those electric tlatiron is one of the' nem things who have it and are anxious to convert under the sun. The iron is hollow and Into the wire it into hard cash, it may be pleasing to arranged passes whenthe centre and is so that electricity is aro orders in advance for turned on the fiat face thethe iron i hear that there of kept all that can be produced of this descrip- - at an even degree of heat just suiilcient to do good work. tion for the next live years. f I'er Meal 40 Per Month, tono Cnmfortalbe stable for horses nt 3 per week or 311 cents per (lav. Come snd stay one week and I 1 hafe taken charge ol this popular hotel leel sure )ou will stay the season. Correspondence aud intend to run it in a first class manner in eery solicited J F. tUUK respect It is heme pipered and painted from top to bottom, the heddlnc is hemp renoviti-- nn.t etcr thing done t make it pleasant and comfortable for guests. The table shall never be surpass I ed bj hotels 111 this section OWENS l'er i oo J. Manag". Harrodsburg, Kentucky. THE MYERS HOUSE Proprietor No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation, and its proprietor is determined th t shall be maintained. 0- -1 in E. H. BURNSIDE, He has recently ai'ded to its appointments : Pool and BilliardjParlors s A Livery Stable First-Clas- To accommodate the demands of hn increased Ilest Turnouts furnished trantient patronage. Commercial travelers and others. 94mM:Bklo !fiMS3sia?j) i&is&m. : ru Mini i nmmm&rmaRm3& Twenty ' V sPlltssf-'-sWM-y- . mm SI I i 1 miles the Shortest to $50 REWARDS I will pay a Reward of Fifty Dollars for information on convtction of any unauthorized person Found Cutting Timber or Dam- aging any Improvements On Making direct connections in Central Union depot for Chicago, Michigan Points, St. Louis, Cleveland, Buffalo, Detroit, Indianapolis and the West, New England, Canada, the follow ins property New Yojrk, Boston -- Thelarmsat Highland known as W A. Cash's, Tim Hiilclu.on's, George Hau'h's, Ilastin Heirs', H. P Young, I. S. Young' 11 acre place, W.Terry's, Wm Long's At Cox s (Jap W. Hutchison's 40 acre farm, Freeman and R. E.llarren's timber tracts on lluck Creek, 307 aires, John Turnbiill's, 5t7acres, John Iluchanan's, 30a acres, M.J. Harris', 90 acres, II. Power.', too acres John Anderson's, 14 acres, Wash Harris' 517 ncrcs, Freeman's, 800 acres, Robinson Mill tract, 1. Tobin's farm, llryant Ktdd sfarm, Joel retrey s farm, A. doicrr larm, in Collins' larm, on liljtlc coo acres, lien' rv Miller's. 700 aires. Henry Miller 4i acres. Steuheu (lurch's, at-- acres. D II. Kdmiston's tr.-t, Strode House, Cottage near depot at Crab Urcnam. Hotel, voltage anuMtorenouse at uuen Ol l'LNHEIMKR. heim Aaent for Owners 102 6m 1 llaltimorc, Pbilsdilphia, Washington, Quickest time to Harrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky Shortest and Richmond, VIRGINIA Quickest line to NEW Solid B1LEAKS, liu, coaches, Pullman tloudoir Sleepers through without change via Chattan. oga, liirmlngham, Meridian making direct connections en route for Knoi-vill- e, Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the Trains, baggagi cars, smoking cars and - 'CAB:lDLXTCAS, for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming ton, Charleston, AugiiNta, M.icun, Savannah, llruniwick, Lake City, Thoniaswllc and FLORIDA points. The only line running solid trains with choice Pullman lloudoirnr Palace Sleeping Cars to Jacksonville without ihange lor uny class of passen nr h.lii?nire. I Selma and Montgomery, Huntssitle, Decatur, I Florence Memphis and ARKANSAS points. Shortest and quickest to Antuston Selma, Mo- bile Direct connections mude at NKW OR. ' I FANS without omnibus transfer for Galestn, Houttcn, Austin, At Chattanooga "T ur to-da- ' m T71IBHHHMsllssllsssssSssnlrn9HHsRrrilV ' I gold-colore- d J. T. SUTTON" HUSTONVILLE, KY. ! CO., Miss,, Shreveport L.i., makine direct connections wnnnui omiunus iransier lor uauas rortorin, Austin San Antonia, El Paso and points in TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, . .n . Arc still In the business and ready to do any For through rates correct county map and TM thing In the Undertaking line. We have a full stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes information (.all on Agent at junction tttr. Ky1 . I'OOI.LEY, MlA.NK of every description. Our hearse, which is nearly or address Trav. Pass. Agt., Letlngton. Ky, . new can be obtained on short notice. Mr. J. B. D. li. L.WWVK1I. C.C. hARYBY has charge of cur business and will show Green G- - P. V T. a.; our goods to any one needing anything in out Cincinnati, O f tne 64-t- TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. u ;Av rj 1 """""iTisr vIWT5rTW T3 gjUMWyw in'i'i'iw.'' ( i ,i i r m ip J - Wm. Lugen and Hobert Arnold shot Capt. Muriel!, commander of the each other to death returning from a steamer Missouri, who rescued In meeting of a debating socio'y at Buffalo, tho passengers of the sinkiiTg sliip, Tenn. Denmark, about a year, ago, is to be marJuke 27, 1890 Stanfohd, Ky The Federal election fcrco bill is to ried to Miss McCormick, of Baltimore. be taken up in Congress at once and the The National Convention of Colored previous question ordered July 2d at 2 Men, called to meet at Chicago on the F r o'clock. 2;5d, was a fizzle. Only seven delegates d now claims to were present nnd they adjourned to meet Dr. The Kentucky Editors Capture Winchester have discovered an improved clixjr that February i:i next, without transacting And Immediately Join the Enemy. accomplishes safely much better results any business. WiNciiESTEi:, June 25. The beautiful currency of the Italthan his original mixture. All tho bank-notlittle city of Winchester haa been capAt Lexington, Owen Bradley, charg- ian government is engraved and printed tured by the Kentucky editors support- ed with tho murder of Price Jenkins, in the United States. Tho notes are ed in solid phalanx by their wivis. sisters was held over to circuit court for manneat, but small, resembling somewhat and sweethearts and are now in peace- slaughter in $5,000 bond, which he gave the fractional notes issued in America ful possession. A detachment composed and was released. in war times. of Judge L. H. Jones J. M. Rash and At Winchester, Thomas McDonald, James Swope, who lived near the great and only Thonm (.t. Stuart a prominent citizen, died from the effects Swopo'sMill, in the eastern pnrt of the was eent as far as Lexington, bearing a of heat. John Lucas was run over by a county, committed suicipo by hanging flag of truce and offering not only to sur- C. & O. train and instantly killed. Lucas himself to the joists of the barn. Derender unconditionally everything the was from Richmond. spondency on account of ill health is city had in sight, but to produce anyThe commission appointed by the supposed to be the cause. Winchester thing the editors wanted and didn't see. government of Spain to investigate tho Democrat. Tiie train came iu from Louisville loaded epidemic prevailing in the Province of Thomas Keller, warden of the State Mid-SummYO U you, to the guards and the others were more Valencia, pronounces it to be unmistak- Penitentiary, whipped James Fitzgerald, Goods, and when at 3:10 r. m. ably Asiatic cholera. or less crowded, of his a "convict, so severely that he died Col. E. Polk Johnson, president of the The boiler of Box Bros', sawmill in injuries. Keller escaped. Four hundred We-mato association, called it to order in the deco- Harrison county close of burst, completely dollars has been offered by the governstock, rated Opera House, about 75 papers were wrecking the mill, instantly killing one ment for his arrest. To we comshown to be represented, some by as ma of the proprietors and seriously injuring to President Menendez, of the Repub ny as three or four persons, making the three of the employes. lic of San Salvador, died suddenly -- . Wl,,,t lCa( MW-(iween we aggregate attendence over 150.and while John Poe shot and instantly killed night, soon after u banquet celebratto goods, "Wolf A Trost's band played some lively Joseph and Mark Angeling, his ing the tilth anniversary of his triumphto airs they stepped up to the secretary's -law, without provocation. The al entry into theState and the defeat of . desk and settled their dues. to killing occurred at Fredonia, Kas., and the Zaldivar faction. go delivered the Poe is thought to be insane. Col. Leeland Hathaway good to The court of anneals of New York good is welcoming address, which was excellent (it.np. t.Iinm h.nv nn rin,i,J tgl.l.ml.X.-- a i a John L. Sullivan pleaded guilty to has disposed of Kemmler's last effort to ? n . .... aa I vvv v v w r if vi wj ami ''lirilJ a a a asaarwa a iKiiM.it rilIAikl A ' l in tone and heartfelt in delivery, and the charge of prize fighting at Purvis, escape, and the warden of the Auburn by savwhich was responded to by Col. John- Miss., and was lined $500, upon the pay- penitentiary will touch tho key that ood son, who as usual said the right thing in ment of which he was released. The shall launch through the murderer's so the right way. bruiser then held a reception. body the fatal electric current? von1 11 Both President Johnson and Secretary Philanion Plummer, of Scott county, Lightning struck the Methodist the died at the age of SI. All these years Walton having declined building at Sugar. Creek, following officers were then chosen: .Mr. he spent in his native county, and had church was O., while Sunday-schoo- l Urey "Woodson, of the Owensboro Mes- never been on n railway train or to any being held. One boy was instantly senger, president; H. A. Sommers, of the place larger than Georgetown. killed and two others, one of them the II. Elizabethtown News, An explosion of natural gas at one pastor's son, were probably fatally burnMain Street, Stanford, Ky, HI. R. Thompson, of the Paducah News, sec- of the wells in Barren county terribly ed. retary, and that honest and upright old burned two workmen nnd seriously inL. Bush, of Clay City, shot William scribe, Ben Harrison, of the Henderson jured another. The explosion was caus- his wife while in bed, from the effects of News, treasurer. T. II. Arnold, of the ed by a lantern placed too near the well. which she died in n short time. No mo- during the Cleveland ndminis (ration, proposes to take the colored voters of Middlesboro News, was choen annual Harvey Turner, a mountain despera- tive is given for the killing. Bush was T. tt. Watkins, city editor of do, who had killed six men, was shot arrested at once, but great excitement the United States over to tho democratorator and c ,a" '" n uo,1- "n8 poet. he Courier-Journasix times near Middlesboro by John prevailed, and the general belief is that n P,l,n for a invention to be held in At- ' At the night session, Mr. James W. Rains, a brother of one of his victims. lie will be hanged. ' next month, to l imposed of Hopper delivered the annual oration Turner died instantly and Rains escap- Ti.. r..u- - nf f . iJoorw! A. w. p, UUUT W. colored delegate from each State in the it was an ed. and it goes without saying that of Hopkinsville, who, it is claimed, was l ne collections ot internal revenue poisoned by her husband, has been ex Union. The proposed convention as aneffort worthy of the ripe scholar and tireless student that he is. Quite an anima- for the first 11 months of the present fis- humed nnd the stomach sent to Nash nounced by Taylor is to decide upon the ted flow of oratory followed the invita- cal year amounted to $i:$0,022,000, being ville for examination to see if traces oiP'Hn ' preparing ligures to prove to the tions of Paducah and Middlesboro for the $10,549,04!) greater than the collections strychnine can be found in it. The hus- - L'010rt'" people 01 tiie country tnat iney have never received any favors from the association to meet with them next year, for the corresponding period of the last tinmt ij wtill in inil. rupubliiiin party and never will receive and Messrs. Ed fiscal year. in which Col. Johnson if "tWW n, any. In an interview Taylor said that A race between the Fleetwood and 0. Leigh and . mold participated. A bal correct, and the other districts of the lot was taken and Paducah won, though the Aew fcoutn, Ohio river steamers, State show increase of population in ra he had invited a number of States, North Col. Arnold charged that the box had from Cincinnati to Louisville, resulted tio to that of. Louisville, Lexington and and South, in the interest of his plan been stuffed against the Magic City. In in the fpnner arriving liret, but the latter Bowling Green, Kentucky will gain one nnd everywhere finds most of tho educaO. Chisholm, his making better running time. Much in- or two Congressmen in tho next appo- ted blacks in full sympathy with the the absence of Mr. T. terest was taken in the race. movement. They begin to realize, he poem was well read by Miss Ella And We Have rtionmentLouisville Times. Early Tuesdny morning. Sarah Bernof Bowling Green. Mr. T. G. Ameri- - says, that they can never hope to be The census reveals that three hardt, suffering from insomnia, after a can than mere voting machines city editor of the Courier-Journew ion;, viucago aim piore ... :.. :.. .1... ....... .1.1:....., .,,....while cities .,.! l..... performance at Her Majesty's Theatre, Pliilnilnlnfiin na- ii;ui.tlll in un: H.JM1UIH..11I Miuri,iwiu liiivn nn nirifrerate nonn. next read a graphic and entertaining j in London, took an overdose that their real friends are the democrats. of chloral, ration nearly paper entitled, "How We Gathered the greater than the News A Tornado Story," and at 10:30 nnU was only saved from dying by four aggregate uonulation of all the 1.1 colo Taylor thinks fully 1,000,000 colored voticket at an adjournment was had till next day, hours' hard work of several physicians, nics, 17711 thev Joined the issue ters will vote the democratic ' th" next national elect inn. A special telegram to tho Louixville when all hands and the cook are to be of battle with the mot powerful nation tnken on a special train over the wonder j Commercial from W W. Tinsley, chair of the world. Mc!1'8,:Bo-h- ' Rich Without Money. ful country through which the Kentucky man of the Knox county republican Delaplaine, with his daughter, j, Many a man is rich without money. J. W. Union is being built. A bancjtiet at convention, authorizes the announce- - Bon nn,i nenhew. were sailing near Fort of men with nothing in their night, a picnic Friday, a hop that night nient of Judge J. H. Tinsley, of Barbour- - Monroe, when their boat collided with a Thousands pockets, and thousands without even a are on vine, as a republican candidate for clerk sailing vessel. Mr. Dclaplaine's son was find pocketare rich. A man born with a f( tlwi vvmt rtf tij'j"-4uv wv SMit v ntitM.nln the programme. knocked overboard. The father jumped sounfl con8tUllon a fSOoA tiUnn. Mrs. J. S. Morton, of Rock Lick, r. tlit. rxinniv tli.i niTlllPW followini?. Hlld Winchester ;s doing her level best to .v. ...v. ....;.,..., ... ..., ach, a good heart and good limbs and a please the'boya and is succeeding ad- - save birth to two boys, which resemble all three were drowned. The daughter prettv good headpiece, is rich. Good ". P. W. itiieMainese twins. The little fellows remained in the boat and was saved. . bones afe better than gold, tough uius- jnirably. are joined together Irom their collar Mrs. Alice Shaw has signed a contract cles than silver; and nerves that Mash NEWS CONDENSED. bones down about of their to go to St. Petersburg and whistle for lire and carry energy to every function ' The little town ol Spring Lick, Kv. bodies. All prts are, well developed the Czar and nobles. The inference is are better than houses and land. It is and they are doing well. was nearly destrojel by lire. that the Czar has dono so much w better ban a landed estate to have the President Diaz, of Mexico, has dashOf a total of 10(1 cases of cholera in to keep up his courage that he has light kind of a father and mother. ed to the ground the hopes of the Valencia, Spain, ll.S resulted fatally. got tired and is" willing to pay some one syndicate, which intended carry- else to do it for him. The handsome Good breeds and bud breeds exist among The House refused to concur in the men as really as amrjng herds and homes-- . Senate silver bill amendment 1.V2 to 135. ing on a lottery business at Tia Juana American will do it most charmingly. BY.RE0ENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OF' Education may do much to check evil Hughes Embry shot and killed Sam IS miles south of San Diego, Cal., in George Watson has been arretted nt or to develop good ones; but Quisenberry in Clark county in a trivial Lower California, by vetoing tho bill af- East Milton, Mass., charged with draw- - tendencies : .: :... ma ...., .,.,.,. on.l olcn it is a great thing to inherit the right ter it pahsed both Houses. quarrel. . i. , fni.Hi,.a lllg iiviimuii ,irftnnrf: with. The The city of Careillos, New Mexico, f r.nr,h S'mitl, The Republic of San Salvadoris again o.v...o ti.nri.ll"""'is rich "who has a tr shirtdisposition, good man CO miles from Aubuquerque, was destrosupplied with a president nnd a full Rogers. Frederick Bnggott and Charles yed by fire. Loss 5100,000. staff of ministers to succeed the Menen-de- z Andrews, all deceased veterans of the mio is naturally kind, patient, cheerful regime so suddenly ended by the Mexican war. He only got caught up and hopeful, and who has n flavor of The Johnson House and Monday morning; death of the chief. Everything is re- with when he applied for a pension in wit and fun in his composition. at Millersburg burned The hardest thing to get on with in ported quiet and the change has, there- the name of James Johnson, who haploss $5,000; insurance $3,20". is man's own self. A cross, Stuator Quay's mac, G. W. Dclama-te- fore, but small significance. pened to be already drawing a pension this life a selfish fellow, a desponding and comwas nominated by the republicai s The revolution in Mexico turns out in New York. GINGHAM0, OUTING FLANNELS, plaining fellow, a timid nnd to be an attempt of bandits to plunder for governor of Pennsylvania. Parker Harris, Ed Carr and Hardy man these are nil born deformed on O. Hodges, of Lexingio l, the people. Last Friday tho bandits at- Ballard, colored, and Frank Brenish, Col. John tub haB decided to make the race for su er tacked a train near Monterey loaded white, were hanged Tuesday morning at the inside. They do not limp, but their Clay Manufacwith gold and silver bullion for the Unit- Memphis, the colored murderers taking thoughts sometimes do. intendentof public instruction. Franz Amberg, at present city treas ed States. In the fight that ensued four the plunge into eternity together at turers' Engineer. urer of Chicago, was Tuesday nominated bandits were killed and their leader cap- 11:24 o'clock, and the white man drop"I notice one thing," says an observfor State treasurer by the republican tured and shot. ping at 12:22. Arrangements bad been ant manufacturer, "and that is that hard convention in eession at Springfield. The Senate made a record for fast made to swing the four together, but good logs, especially oak, that have been George W. McCreary, Hayes' secre- work Tuesday. Two appropriation bills, Brenish objected to being hanged with nlaced in the water immediately after tary of war, who resigned to become a as reported from committee, were pass- the negroes and his desire to die alone cuttjng and allowed to thoroughly soak, ' U. S. Judge, died at St. Joe, Mo., this ed, and a conference report on a third was gratified. Is more complete than any time this season. ,nnije brighter lumber with less tenden- week. bill was agreed to. The total appropriaThe Senate and the House have cy t0 p Btnjn tmn that from logs that A wonderful cave, said to rival our tions carried in the three hills is nearly finally agreed on the dependent peusion are eft on the ground for several months, own Mammoth Cave, has been discover$100,000,000,88 follows: Postoflice bill, bill and the president's signature is all j fimit ai80i tl,at in green logs, if sawed ed near the Narrows of New River, in 372,401, (JM; diplomatic and consular bill, that is necessary for it to become a law. immediately after cutting, and tho lum- -' Giles county, Va. $1,720,335, anil naval bill $2.1, 120,0.15. As it stands, the bill grants pensions to l)(.r is thoroughly steamed preparatory Henry Watson, colored, was dragMiss Amanda Huuston, of Lexing- all veterans of the war who are unable o to piacjnK jn the dry kiln, the same ged from jail at New Biandenburg .and ton,, sued John Simpson for $10,000, support themselves. Jt will require 8llIta wjh obtained, greatly enhancing hung by a mob for tin assault upon Nel- claiming that under the promise of mar- an estimated expenditure of over 75,. the vftluo o tho mn))Gr for fine finish lie Brandy, near Irvington. riage ho seduced her, but before the UOO.WO the first year. Added to tiie 5n n Lightning struck a barn belonging caso came o purposes, to trial the parties concluded regular appropriation bill this will give Tuesday to E. Waite, near Somerset, to settle the suit themselves and accord- the Veterans about $200,000,000 annually, gov McCreary is announced as a can evening, and set it afire. Tiie building ingly, with the assistance of a minister, with more to come. to Congress from didate for contents were consumed. and became man and wife, which seems to Ben Thompson, city marshal of Aus-- j the Sth district and we presume he will Some children were swinging at have been tho best way out of the diffi- tin, Texas, who was killed in a hand-to-- , g i,avo n0 opposition. The govemoris one Franklin when the swing broke, culty. Imul encounter with Kingfisher in a of the ablest men on tho democratic side of Chas. child the A horrible accident occurred at the theatre in San Antonio, had the terrible Are headquarters for of the House, and if the democrats have Caldwell and hurting several others. fair grounds at Columbia, S. C, during record of having killed 13 white men a majority in the next House and we C. Purdy, of Lebanon, was Mr, Ed tho firing of a salute for the democratic and over twice that many Mexicans and think they will ho is the best equipped .found dead under a tree near town. As meeting. By tho premature discharge Groomvimm, Xdmm, Indians. His wile Had out one arm. man in that body to fill the Speaker's years of age and feeble it is of cannon, Olin Barrer, of Lexington, The other had been shattered by a chair. He is cool and it a supposed he died from old age and ex- lost both arms and both eyes, Plows! Plows! Plows! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton and re- Winchester ball in Denver, when sbo tiue parliamentarian and his rulings at Steel cessive heat. ceived u gaping wound in the chest. threw it across her husband's head up- all times would be honest and fair to all Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal Herjnan Kuhl, of Louisville, a John Stoke, of Columbia, was badly on discovering a crouching form draw- concerned. Catletteburg Democrat. to those; no while oiling machinery got wounded in maker, both arms and one has been ing a bead on him. plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow his arBi omtg ht in om wheels and it was amputated. W. H. Caon, of Columwarranted to seed is selling at 10 cts. a Charles H. Taylor, a colored lawyer The poor do good work, or no sale. Ask your neighbor. bushel at L jxington. bia, had his baud'shattered. of Atlanta, who was minister to Liberia mm m iu,HrHrkw condition. '- Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal I mid-ocea- n EXfRAORDINARY S ALE. The Extraordinary Sale now in V W. WALTON. Brown-Secjuar- e At our Store is a Croat Tf7rrKTTr: rr XwJL V X JCj X ifHats,are in need Shoes, , miii-da- y brothers-in- of Dry Clothing Trunks, Carpets, Matting, $c. it an invariable rule sell at the every season the entire on hands of goods suitable for one season only. do are pelled make extraordinary reductions in price, no matter this what the loss ,,u uus "v are mat bound sell an immense lot of very desirable early visit will enable you take the cream from these bargains. and an Atipnotontheracf-s- but where make youPinoney the farthesi in goods. 2 he surest way gam the people's buy in tn.pir tirse strings, y7,,,. ,.,., n. will throu 'h your (nends. he have gotten a fast hold on the people's will in! them money. Never before did the people show themselves appreciative of our special offerings, yon can save a sight of money if mm our store a visit. er ke Salt for MIKING e ru.w , - - " r M - . a a mm a a a am a a a - a a a a m (fit Stark-count- vice-preside- THE LOUISVILLE STORED SALINGER, .lranujrcr. ia-vl- l, j !" . . - . ..-- ., ,t.i"ta SPRING CLOTHING. I , ?,!.nr sn-nr- pr' i Our Goods are Now All In K V M Rag-lan- d, Wat-kin- s, al, -- - one-thir- AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT line of Pants. i I and Children's Suits, IJIit and Iark Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also, larjjc I ?i; ' . i g - , i STAGG & McROBERTS. ( j two-third- s hist-lin- g j -- ' ' i !. 11 ' post-oflic- o t r, care-burdene- d Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &c, SEVERANCE & SON. ''.' j ' i. j re-t- u HIGGINS instant-ly.killin- JUfKINNEY Stovan, Salt, f i Hardware, f do. cabinet-- jterally'liW"tfoket f - .. Semi-Week- Fob Cash. Oh nml after July 1 wo Mnmbrino Chief, was the first to get ti Hinder twine and machine oil for sale will do a strictly cash business ami those ,2: 80 record as n This was by J. B. Foster. persons owing us accounts are earnestly ' about GO years ago. Xkkst berry and ice cream sets for 7cc requested to settle them at the earliest Salvator won the match race over June 27, 1800 nt S. S. Myers'. Ftanfoud, Ky , possiblo dnte. Combest te Allen, livery Tenny nt Shepshead Bay in 2:0", one FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I, 1890. and a half seconds better than the lecord. 31. IIUBLtAUI), A. 31., Ni:w Glassware and Jelly (flashes at men, Huston villi;. 7. U.C.WALTON, I3UH. ManaReri A. A. Warren's. Uelicvixu that it will be advantageous The winner was the favorite 10 to The race was worth $10,000 Salvator is Faculty of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Kxccllent Dun Faulkneii, of color, has been to the purchnser as well as ourselves, we a Kentucky hore and was bied by Dan Boarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction thorough. Send will begin on July to sell exclusively MEANSJUJSIHESS. granted a pension. for Catalogue. for cash. Persons Indebted to us will Swigert, who sold him to Hagcin. iNDiif.Tii'H (inrden Heeds, fresh and (Siio. 1). Weaken is the first town man please come forward ami settle their acA. It. Venny. genuine, The horn f the Alps is employed in counts. Weatherford & Cook, lluston-vill- the mountain districts not only to sound Watches and jewelry repaired ami to have nmsting ears. warranted. A. It. Penny. Ky. the but for another purpose, One mowing mnchino in nood repair Tin: best place to buy drugs, patent solemn nnd reliirious. As soon ns the ItwiHVEii. Mr. A. U. Wainscott has tnediuines and toilet articles is at A. It. for salo bv J. It. Foter. Penny's. resigned Ins position as mail messenger sun has disappeared in the vales and its Hrr wire screens for doors and win- on the Kentucky Central and Mr. A. N. Inst rays are just glimmering on the Hoy your school books, ink, tablets, paper, pencils and school supplies of all dows of Sine A Menefee. Hice, of Jessamine, has been appointed snowy summits of the mountains, the kinds from A. It. Penny. Aly stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry are now on exhibition. The To iirv the best watches tor the tosrccccd him. Capt. II. 15. Jnks was fieldsman who dwells on the loftiest here Wednesday making the transfer. peak takes his horn ami trumpets forth: stock is new, of the latest styles and of the very best quality to be found. PERSON rpriJNfsT money, call on Itobert Feiizel. Mr. Wainscott finds that the pay in not "Praise God the Lord!" All the herd-meMies Hkttik Kvanh is visiting Mrs. Finest Caramel Syrup, just received in propoition to tho work and besides it in the neighborhood take their Call and see it before buying elsewhere. All work WARRANTED to Harry Kvans. at A. A. Warren's "Model Grocery." horns and repeat the words. This often give satisfaction or money refunded. keeps him from his family too much. Fine watch repairing a specialty. Mim Fomi: Pkxsisotux has been viscontinues a quarter of an hour, while on Old hold and silver taken in exchange I).uiillc. iting in Tim Masonic Lodge of Woodstock, in all sides the mountains echo the name of for goods. Full value allowed. Itobert Pulaski coufty, gave a picnic Tuesday, Tin: editor is attending tho Press God. A solemn stillness follows; every Fcnr.el. at Winchester. which was attended by a crowd estimat- individual oilers his secret prayer on m to Mish Mimik Hkazi.kv Judge J. G. Carter, of Mt. bended knee and with uncovered head. I am audit for the Whiteley twino ed at .GO TO. visit MrsJ'orter Kandidgc. binder and mower, tho bent in the world. Vernon, and Itcv. A. J. Pike addressed By litis time it is quite dark. "GoodWoomocK.of Danville, J. N. Me:iefeo. Mis the assembly. There was no lack of night !" trumpets forth the herdsman on is visiting Miss Aiuiio Hale. good things for the immensu crowd to the loftiest summit. is The I. O. (). F. Ixnlge of tiiia place had feast upon and the only unpleasant featMini Kvkmv FiTZiii'iiii, of Lexington'' repeated on all the mountains, from the an initiation nt last meetim:, the tirst for is visiting Miss l.ula Uodboy. ure of the occasion was tho extremely horns of the herdsmen and the clefts of Mus. J. C.oivr.it Jones joined her hus- about three month. Mr. John Blankemdiip, the rocks. ( hot weather. 3IODEI GROCERY" band nt liarlnn C. H., this week. We learn that --'0 lots sold in Barbour-vill- e of this place, was in attendance. A township is ."fit eMions. each a mile Miii. U. A. IUnky and Leo went to n foot, the first day at I0 to square. A section is (W0 acres. A quarDEATHS' DOINGS. Pulnxki Station yesterday to visit Mis. ivhun the sale was declared oil'. ter section, half a mile square, is 100 Al Jones. McUoiiEKTS. Yesterday mornim: at acres. An eighth section, half a mile is agent That great American statesman and T. A. Hradlky, Danville, Ky., the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jtottie long north and south and a quarter mile b holar, lion. Win. Foster, is up from for Cooley's Creamer and the Davis Frith, at Hrodhead, of ilux and bronchi- wide, is SO ncres. Sections nr all numnd for circular. Swim: Churn. Somerset. tis, Mrs. Kllen S wife of George T. bered from 1 to 3D, commencing at the Mn. (iKowti: Huoaimm's, of l'latle City, They are having a lively time in tho died at the age of T" years. She northeast corner. One ncre contains Mo., in veiling his sistur, Mrs. Itobert Highland precinct. There are seven was conncimis to tho last and fully preWax, square yards, equal to 43,500 square candidates for Justice of the peace and pared to meet her God. In thelanUHge feet. A lot 'JO'm feet square contains up to Lon- each one is trying his bust to get the Hon. J. A. Ciiait of one who has known her for many acre. don Tuesday, looking as happy ns only a years, "she was one of the best and The largest nml heaviest locomotive nw married man can. Sbttlim Time July 1st Is almost kindest women in the community in ever constructed was made by the BaldMiis. K. J. Moiiriilv, of Uarrard, Is here. Are you ready for It? If not, which she lived." Mis. Mclloborts was win locomotive works for tho Northern Car-Lovisiting her daughter, Mrs. A. L. ad make Itn oiut to gt ready, ami your born nml raised in ltoyle county and was Pacific Railroad Company last vear. It Hale's Well. will feel better and do better a Miss Gaines- She joined the Christian weighed, with the tender, 226". 000 lbs merchants Mit. J. II. Hilton, who Is doing an exchurch when only II years of nee, under Tho ordinary weight is from 47,000 to ltlo.OOO pounds. DIlHon's for you. tensive mercantile bust hum Ut Just received by " the preaching of Kids. J. T. Johnson and During one day and Hut HrfcivBn. was hem Tuesday. Snitch, The lntest nddition to the British Smith ami lived a christian in reJohn Mas. IJoxv C'AiirKit, who was Miss night of this week Wl trains pasted Stanthe "Victoria," is said to be the ality as well as in name. She was marMamie Tucker, N very ill at bur father ford over the Louisville A- Xushville. ried to Mr. Mcltoborts in 1K12, nnd raised lam fit war vessel at present ready for Mr. J. H. Tucker's, and Mrs. J.M.Cartur They must have kept the train dispatch-tu- s five cbildrHii, all of whom are living. active service, she cost over $4,000,000, uul carries a crew of .k"?i omeers ami Dealer in busy indeed. wvul up to see her. Her remains will be brought to Mr. Tom men L. A. Pirrri's, of Kirtningham, is Mb. MiHoberts, where services by Kid. Jos Tiik llooth Privileges. Ac., of the I viMting his father, Dr. l'ettus, of Crab NEW AbVERTHKMKNTS Stock Fair Association will bo IJallou will be held, llurial immediate Onhard, and ho and Mr. Henry ly afterwards in Buffalo Cemetery. sold itMblicIv on the ntruets of Huston- were in Stanford Wednesday. Cor. Main and Somerset streets. W3S3CX. I'lituiVM nf tills tiliti'O. liiisi ville, July 12th, miles previo usly distiti. IUttiiMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ,... ttopud of. J. . Cnok, Secretary buwrd of trustees of the hren heleetod William Morgan, of Pawnee county, I am well prepare! to bore well nnd will do the citv school as one of tho fie Tit n Wnddle itros. linse il.UI team will Kan., whose tender heart was touched weik in t Kovd manner and promptly hers ior the ensuing pohool year. play the Intkiiior Joritie.tLs here July One Dollar a Foot. ac. ounts of the Ashley mine disC. K 'Powiu.i., of this county, has en 4th at l: . m. ami :k.T0 r. m. The I. by thein Pennsylvania, has ottered to Cull Ator atldrttt me at Stanford. Kentucky. on aster gagements to hpeak on prohibition nt .Is. will have ltd old battury, Hice and L. T. SMITH. ivif various points in Adair ami Kmscll Wilson, by that time anjl a big gumu is marrv the widow and children of any H.iving secured the services of one of the victims who will accept him. UMiics, runuiiu; ciear tnro imi moiuii expucted. During their married life of 1M years, of July. A House belonging to A. T. Nuiinelley Thomas Hutler, of Taylorville, Pa., never Mus. K. V. .mith returned to her I offer f r ale pmatel mv Tarn at Ciilhctu' nml pulling a load of wool to Danville. failed to kiss his wife before going to morn-iug- , I am now fully prepared to do hmne in North Carolina yesterday rn the Kenr'i Vy Central R. K , dropiH-ilead Tuesday from heat. Mr. work in the morning. Because he would Croc Irp)t, Acres r.f fi'it clas land. Ntce- centainlnc 115 after spending several pleasant weeks l r plenty of the Willow Grove vicinity, not kiss her the other morning Mrs. But thirdoiitrxiiMing ami one and two water terms. with her father, Col. T. P.Hill, and other Kincs, .nil, balance in er lost a hon-- from heat while working ler committed suicide by taking Paris. THORNTON J'uRTER relatives. green. She leaves 0 children. Mu. J .oiks Mii.nt'iis ami wife went to to a twine binder. Mrs. Mary M. Chester, n young and Lincoln County at Auction. iMnville yesterday to attend the marA Srsowt iiooi. picnic is to he given AND handsome widow of Mobile, Ala., left rmgeni.Mr. .Miiunrn s mother, w. pt.aKmt Point, about n inllu from JaWt ll! tell at auction befere the Mi Hettio Ventch, whicli Hurred at S Kingsville, Julv 4th, and big prepara-o'l-lwl- c that place Wednedsay for Xagaskasi, R utur in Stanford, on pan, 2,000 miles away, in order to marry limt night. tioils nr0 bdnir mnj0i Mr V. H. Miller 1890, Mies Na.n.vikam) Kittie ItAt'itiiMAS jms j)(,t. rt.qiu.HU.d to address theasM.ni-an- d Prof. W. S.Scott, an old sweetheart, who All work warranted and promptly done. is now a professor in tho Japan GovernAnno SluiiikH left Wednesday for' i,lv nnd will likely do so. That Icing county court day, " ment College, and who has not time to . Wim liester. the two former to visit Mi8s . . .. .. cum re, To Tkacheb.. Miss Kate Iloglo, su- - come over for Ids bride. 10 Bonds of $500 Each, .m lillie Mail ami uiu latter .Mrs. Tickets are out for the marriage of llearin; t per cent interett and redeemable in i to periiitemlont of common schools, re- was Miis Nancy Hagland. who k year. Tin: teachers who attended the State quests us to bay that as the tirst Friday Ernest Mortimer Hubbard to Miss CharTHOMAS W. VARNOV. i lotte Charless Woods, of St. Ixmis, ou Teachers Association at Frankfort from in Julv falls on the 4th, a legal holid.iy. Coanittpt II I!. COUl'ER, i U K. CARI'ENmR, this county were Miss Kate Hole, Mrs. 'she will hold the tirst examinntloii of Wednesday evening, tho --M of July. Mr. Hubbard is the oldest son of Prol. HubJ. F. Gover, Miss Mitlie Crow, Mis; white teaohors on Saturday, July 5lli. bard, of the College, and a trusted em; MugKie Lewis, Miss Alice iftunrt and a genueman who has just re- - ploye of the Boatmen's Bnnk, in which ,., ,, ,. . turned from a trip to Ilighlnnd and lie has been emploped several years ns A uixi'ATt ii to Juilisu Mat Walton,., v A the HKlcholJer of the Carpenter Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall Wavnesburg we limrii that the crops in note and discount clerk. The couple At II meetinc otMaiion turn pile c rsnd will be held mlon Mil from Asheville, N. ('., savs that his! Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Ht tlw ttoreof J II Green, .'t Hum.nville, Ky on portion of the county nro better will make nu extended tour Kast. Saturday, July 5, i8yo for the purpo o( elccticc brother, Col. am A. Walton, is there that a I'reudentand lloard ol Dlre.tcrfor tile cr.iuini; for years and the granger is conse- .,, Jewelry and Silverware. verv l of typhoid fever and he and Mrs than year. J K. HAU. H.MAN, I're ... a ton pnshed on their way to ins bod-- quently feeling good over the pros- FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. , , ieets. HOUSE, ri'iv .vnfcvi.in,. For Kent ;lo ncres of clover t , & tiik follnwim; may interest some of Mi;. II xkins, of Virginia, civil eiii;in-The Best Railroad izraze or cut. S. A. Middleton, Crab OrB. RILEY, Proprietor, P. eT 011 the Hichmond ic Danville II. H.. our maiden lady readers, wo copy it chard, Ky. - Kentucky. .md Misses Hanson, of Lexington, and from the Lebanon Standard and Times:' Tho Chicago Horseman announces London, Prescriptions Care Prompt Attention who can Hathaway, of Winchester, stopped over "Wanted. A e.ood wife-o- ne am better I have to that it will give a Sll'.oOO stake for foals nrei'Hred movedevermy new Hoteljandttie public. to accommodate than d at Col. Hill's Wednesday and accompu-- sew and cook irood. Apply to John Entrance (Joed Livery attached and every convenience of lS'.K), to be trotted in 18.M. given to EngravOne me a call. Mrs. .Smith to North Carolina to rimiton, care of this ollice. Let me hear fully Compounded fee only FRANK RILEY. ,7 from you at once as I am in a hurry." spend tho summer in the mountains. Wlieat cutting is progressing very ing and Repairing '' Mns. Tom Metcalk and M.trr Unn ""HI""" 11... joiin .fY 11. iiite paweii up ... rapidly and if tho weather continues fa AUCTION SALE 110N. me l'uiovillu Wednesday to visit went to at all hours, day road Tuesday and in response to our in- - vorable none will bo left standing by of Watches, Clocks Mr. Cliarley Motcalf. Mr. T. Metcalf acof this week. ijuiry said he had not fully determined tho end companied them as far ns Mt. Vernon, The wheat harvest in Fayette and to become a candidate for appcllatu and Jewelry. where he will stop on" to sell tlour, huv. 'clerk. and night. Ilu thought that Mrs. Henry adjoining counties is nearly over and inn taken a position' as traveling sales-....- would make a better clerk than either tho crop seems a good one. Tim other i.,. c:i..r.i i. !!..- - tiiiu At Nicholasville, Ky., i himself-oand if Longmoor crops are looking tine. Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. Wiiii.k fit lircnkfiiHt. Siinilav Airs. Alar-- ' new Addition to the City kuown at Duncan The. prospects for a large cotton In the would give her a clear track ho would B . H. D ANKS, Jeweler, Heights J . S. WELLS, Ph. O. Prose. Clle. tha McAlister was taken suddenly ill also. w. I. L. X. If he runs he sayB it will be as an crop in Texas were never better. The with a fainting spell and members of her July 8, independent, so as to give the dissatisfied corn, oatu and wheat crops aro fully up On family had to assist her to a couch, Cummrncinn nt i p in. Mjin Street, Opp. STANFORD, Ky. e they seem to be longing; for. to the general average. where shuhassincc remained. Her family tl chance Macuy Uros., of Versailles, sold to Co Thi! N'lohola. ville Contract and and friends were greatly alarmed about .. r The weather during tho last several n it ..uui-B-, 01 n :..! hnvo purchuted the lsiutiful farm of Mr,' Hubert ..f niiii U. m. muiienier, . 1...1 Duncan, on Nicholaille. her condition Sunday, but wo aro pleas- - days has been hotter than before. A est Aiaggio i- ., 2:21, bay mare tl years two railroadstheedzeof ttirnpikei., and Wderinc on the ben f und two in .jneirnhavelaidlt "If into tieei$, avenui and ,1 8i10wer fell here Wednesday ed to state that she was decidedly better .... i.i i... i uuiiK Jill!, '"' co rrvi may he found love- Within thu addition uiu, uv iii!ire Advocate. woooeu parKimim Erny lawns iK which cooled the atmosphere so that A n.irt Ol tlni iiujumui Park inin, lv MlUand dales, pnnpBOfcMrwB,erttncj an artiiinal lake, which Wyo- - 8Wt.ltL.ring humanity was enabled to get Ji'ixiR M. C. Sac fley, of the H7 acres, Oil tho National Turnpike when complrted, will te adnably adapted lor atr ming Supremo Court, arrived Tuesday, ' on0 j,00,i niuht's rest in two or three fi.huie ami ruvtlnt:, a well a for furimhini; 4Fjb road, justoutsiduof Ivouisville, sold for ,or mJnuUc,unnj puri,0, Nomorc defiBbtfui great delight of his family, who weojS mi yesterday was about aa hot S7,tKK) to the Land & Trust' acs for residence can be found anywhere III, A Suro Curo for all Diboasos in to the American had preceded "liim, and to tho no less fts eveTi imports come from almost Kxcelient uraded ichool wen teacher frtc :o Co., of Kansas City. of his old friends and asso-- 1 ery temperature and many 0f -- J. P. Chinn, of Ilarrodshurp, has Vi" n. city indehtednet'S; tacs elates. While not so heavy as he wns tentnS fr0m heat. The signal service brought suit against thu Wabash rail- - ifrv l.iur: nut a vacant lioute Kent rre nipn .i" k.n...Ij in itum.n.1 i& prnwlnir r:ltil .V thu when he left, he is looking well and is pr0mises no abatement, but rather woise roiul for $10,000 for till) killing Mid ittjli' and ihe past hat dcmonfttraicil that hrfse pr. fiu in iknuiuviv the only one of the family that tho oil-- ! an,j ,noro 0( jt. ry of his race hordes in tho recent wreck will be RemeinLrth dav, Tuesday. July 8 .. ... flCCIH.l in fi i.r.t.b 111 ll . ..... Ilia IllflV llC.r.1 v ArlElaj; fion Impurities of the Blood, aat UJCIIU euiima Wi iil M .7...J nih; balance in n Terms of Sale Mo. HIE genemogirai or uinii ly iree, in near niirieniuii, and two year with f. ter cent inurwt from u..t? Is limited to .'10 days and he may leave frcm Functional Derangements. aga-- i nv oroiTofthe NiciiuUiiir Cuntract ami -in Mr. Scott h nair. Bolero and cluding the names of all the heirs of tho . r. sooner, that is if tho Territory is admitvctmrntv.o j.o. llt.iW i ' II imu.iniuinii' estate, some 1,800 or more, bond, ran first and second in the Zephyr II. HOOVKH, Sec'y ted to Statehood, as now seems certain. famous Fisher A DEAD SHOT OX WORMS, AND A CERTAIX has been completed by Miss Mattio L. Stakes at Sheepshead Hay, beating the Ho will in that event become a candireducing, of Danville. Letters have been great colt, llussull, and further TrTEIiXf PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. date for judge beforo tho jwople, with Fisher, .i 1 IMy '"VI"1 " received from Judge Allan Murray, who 1110 U iuriuni; return iu i.iu. Merch,.,d,,e TurneriIIe; every assurance, wo learn from other .1 Alnvmiftnr.rtf Wmiilluirn Se.on onen June It with a firand Ho? on Mr ' is now in Germany, and alco from tho t. . . . .. - fndavi'e, June ao. Ua W " U I'hewon, Rowland; J V Ronton' Druggl.t, Milledtrevllle. F Arthur Zelller, DriiKKlit! sources, of being elected. n..;.;,' A German authorities, who state that tho Farm, sold his tliorougimreti mare, mi- Reduced rate for board andiOttaKt'UUJulj r..h ,)r. har,i w 11 Cnmm.nL'.Oeneral Merchandise. I'n.i?hrv..fl? ' McKinnev. C H IlaVer, General Merchandiie. Hichland. kvtbs rod eoa KDtKOM jcly 1ST. . . ..rtn I iv Priiipi fihurlie. for 510.0(10. CITY AND VICINITY. Fisher fortune is no myth; that thu l'JS J money is really there, and that it will Two years ago this nftre was purchase.! Hampton." ro for Mr. Alexander for Meal Fresh Blue LioK water. P. be paid over to the rightful heirs upon by Mr. Hroadhead fo - Cottage Rent, per .f000. Mu. W. H. UunKB, who married Miss proper proof. This the descendants are -S- ixteen years ago there was not a 5 a Day Hock Keying, Short ifand, Ttlefraphtl.&em Irene Dillion, is rejoichiK over the ad- endeavoring to prove and are sanguine trotting bU ion in the country withby I W a. l. spoonamore. information. IV WriH forCmlaloguo u record better than 2:150. Ericon, j of success. n a boy. vent of their ly Interior Journal J J StanfopclFemale Colle ge President. ! J. 1 1 e, cow-cal- l, AM READY FOR BUSINESS, n ROBT. FENTZEr.. has-go- Doi-oi.a- "Good-night!- " A. A. WARREN' Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing tts, For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Etc. 4.-$- 1 pa--- ed of-flt- o. Spoon-iwrtiro- nt Fresh of Kanawha Salt - nn-v- - MARK HARBIN lo Me-t'.n-ro i Groceries, Hardware, &c, - I BOBiarG. ta J .it FABM FOR SALE. U-- ti MH, THOS. Xr,TOISrf OF CHICAGO, d al-b- d e i n..io,t , Idi ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK ZFIZfcTIE . urt-ho- Monday, July 14th, EFG-- JL VIHsTGr- i A. R. PENNY. "i I Stockholders' Icutin. . DRUGS and JEWELRY M AMF1 MEN YV ATCM9 Watch. , j ; , I i jj-t- 1 THE RILEY j( . , 1 Dor-me- de-ur- O. j j Mmmmm i j. DESIRABLE LOTS Tuesday, (890, en-- .. ....". r A-- W. B. MoHOBEETS, Court-Hom- . - :... '"'' Inv-trr.e- i j oven-Monda- y. -- DR. ELLIOTT'S , Medicated Food, ; g,, j,, ' ""vliio ,- V) 1 ... I 11 . '''' HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs I I 3i-- v j V j ... i. TLE'S ek-- - T If: lt WT'cM"?8' ' I -. Kl'Sy..ZirZZZlZ:rZ::.Ji tf noZM,ww"""--"Z- BRYANT & first-bor- nlBii 1 AIII01II F Tr V""' HW 'jw n " U ijt J , lJTU"VHHH - I'll mi Hi P'"; r 'WHm nnf.xaw i ,y ry ,, ITT i I V r t Died, Lived and Died. A machine In Bosaa week Miss Polite Lunsford, of ton confronts the equestrian who alights THE 5TH EXHIBITION Gaddistown, Uniou county, aged 10, was at the sidewalk with the legend written Registered as Hob Link II Publlaned Every Tuesday and Friday taken riuMpmIv ill. mill Dr. JoilPS. of this . nnm.Q if a frnnt "Drrm .. a..ww In f n. ! W.WWU . J ........ V.V" " Trial jiV:n fttyj Sired by the are it city, was summoned to her bedside. He slot and I'll hoKl your horse." He puts tLiouisviiit !UwiwiCnimmRkS sire of Nutwood t8'4, Wedgenood tcj, Itelmont lloy . 13. Fred Arthur a island jswns pronounced her illness due from cold in the nickel and the iion hands unclasp S3 PER "VMS A.K., IN" A.DV.A.N'C.Ha and daughter in the i 10 list and exposure, and told the mother of tho bridle rein is dropped into them and Ktdnm llettir Kinkead bv Contractor 1084, tire "When not to paid $2.50 will be charged.' of Dr. West s trU. the young ladv that there was little they close again. There you are. Tin d dam full sister to I) Monroe iS, by Jim I faun? ' tli chance of her daughter's recovery. For horse is held. The rider goes oil about ' Monroe, :ire of Monroe Chief itrV(, Kitty Hates Ladv Monroe 1 16, Monroe Chief 1 i'4. Vik- iu. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. three days the young lady grew worse, his busiuess. In half an hour he returns. lug io'j, King Jim a 04 and m others in 1 1, LOUISVILLE tfc CINCINNATI list. Train leave Rowland at ; 00 a. m., returning and on Tuesday morning she, to nil ap There is the machiue and there is the . Oiilv. a in-i- t is cnrf in horse. po.is iiki.mui unihiform ami beauty, and pearances, died. The neighbors and horse. But the lirst legend has disaii-- , Injrurc at ayo p. m. of uiih Will be Heldmenus 01 the :nmiiy nati gathered 111, peared and in its place is tho inscription MOST RAPID ROUTE L. & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. monies, ne siiemu not nocurac tnc cunal 0rf" In. and the body of the tlead girl was pre- in characters of living light: "Give me great site anil illiittrioHS brothers and sister. .i"alleraALed,lwen.,h coinmercul Mail tram going North 50 a m pared for burial. Her in ms were crossed a quarter and I'll let him go." Cor. Will make the season of ilj at my stable at e ijiiio n ana l ruran " " " '"Hw, uu neneff 16pm " South the " ,. time and itr fattest MiKinnev, Ky.,t most rUMfA.t.M. llllll. Express train " South 1159pm over her breast and her eyelids closed. Chicago Herald. V7"" "" """",n ne vonm. or t the Wen and " " North .is m Xo color of life was visible in hercheeks. V!7e,,"i ',hen';'a',tof this train or all $30 the Season, Local Freight North 6301m Is denominated The Limited Kspreis. The counting of the census in the 5j8pm Her hands and face were cold as if dead. South rrwttu 1 he superb rolling stock we employ giv With the usu.l rKurn p,,roi rlv doges. Limited to o unfiBiited The latter trains also carry passengers. C.mtort census bureau is done by electrical ma mi side mates SayMnoB, Set Monon and stick to Monoa. il The above is calculated on standard time. Solar Her pulse had ceased to beat. The cof I V CROW J chines somen hat similar to a type-wrwant to live money and have a pleasant time is about ao minutes faster fin was sent for. BIG PREMIUM But as the mother and friends of the er, one machine doing the woik of ten for mil information, time cards, mip., rti, .ill on or aildres. For particulars and tal.ilog u addre deceased sat around her inanimate form counters by the old method, and also inKy. V'i!'k..lAM'T t, 'I-p dicating by an electric current the agand mourned herns dead she suddenly J II. COOK, S.rct.M, ,vi..w. Ill Is a Candidate ( ir re election ti Congress in this, JKKDIU.RTS, Agt.Minfor.1 Him union, "' hn Is hifli fi .tied April Unaided she arose gregate on a dial placed on the wall. It the 6lh District juhject to the will ut the Democ- returned to life. wtd llMtionritU. Ky. St" III- - 1. Id m ' i.rts r iii'e, td Inn by C racy from her bed and went to the water is impossible for the machine to make a uethott'im. Ai He iv iv iretlv MessenitrrLhief iv jr , by Messenger Cbiel, sire 01 Maud Mescng" OLD bucket and drank a glass of water. Then mistake, and moreover it is easy to operC. nh ""' am leiinie h.liim J 10 , I dim ate. New York is the first to send in reMamorino MainSuno she asked her mother and brother to tfQTEL. 6th aam hbyMes enter, l.nihvlvdsni S imp Napoleon, cth 4th for Auditor of the State of KenIs a Candidate turns, and about 42 districts will be EEMWERFORD dam ligvr.;th dam Dsrnabv's Dn tucky, subject to the will ofthe Democratic pari) kneel with her in prayer, which they Res.or4.ts7S Koaled April j, Mi mede.thdam by Cannon Whisi. uth dam bv llUSFONVILl.K. K. did together with all those present. The counted first ftotn that State. Mr. Hoi Mupe s Paragon Messenger Chief was sired by My HAROLD .... M Maud S record i oS ,. Abdullah McMsgr. by girl made n fervent prayer, nskiug Ciod lorith, the inventor of the electric tabu- P. W. BOGLE MISS ' GREEN, - - Proprietor. ni dam byPilot, laidumChief,Mamorino sired Maud and more in the t 10 li.t. Mamhriiio Ai He I ir.t dam to direct her mother and brother in the lating machine bearing his name, has 40 Messenger t i6V(; hel t ,K Marvel t, Manolaad dam ol record , to the ottice of SuIs a Candidate for ; lly IIHLMllNl.sinof Nuinood, . ,,?, Itobvrt II record Itatingleaed the above hotel. ientteil and re- nmg a, trial perintendent of Common Schools. Election first path of right. After the prayer she sang machines now readv to begin work. furnished, I am prepxtcd ti accommodate the pubother 1 djm i, andii fat ones Monday in August next ounf Portia. Abdallah Ilb-- was sired hv Alexandre's Abdil hrt-rlic in and talked with her mother for nbout an st) Ir Rati- -i reasonable Good Uh; Dam of VolUite s toV sire ot Iles.ensar nt dam lllandlna b Mambtino Chief Hi Livery and Sample Room, attached 14 nit I lam of Portion We call tho presiding ollicer of the hour, when she told those about her sited Pickaid j 1V4. Rrd limand others : t .is. (rtre of MlnatsMsta Dam of ll.men 4.y.at Md record . Alexander's Abdallah sli of Rdyk' . t tint she was going to die felt House of I'epieentavws "The Speaker'' that she Dam of Childe llarolu, two mile record in sire of Dexter s it, ' sired Goldsmith Is a Candidate to represent Lincoln count) in the the death angel's touch. j 04 Maid 14: Maj, IUlaall 19, who ia turn sired Hardly had because the Kuglisii did so in giving a TEL. Grand dam of CoMMucht .r.ol Clonmore J ijW) Constitutional Cen cntion Kohwt Mcuiegor 17. sir of llnsvnla Mtfirxicor she uttered the words than she full back title to the head of the House of Coms iHi.Vc,At.. D1LLIONS SWITCH, KY. St. LlHio, record to, wae sired by MesandVt'i Ur. MAM1IRINO ClIIIO. oil re ol ldy Thome upon her pillow and expired. Those mons, and they choso that name because recora t ii(. Abdallah. dam said 10 be hv lisp lUllf. under. c M. Dealer In Mambnni Chief, the .lie of the semnd dam or ) Dam Portia, hr ROHIIUCK about her weie astonished; the mother that ollicer U the. spokesman of the Chief. Jr. Is the nominee of the Repuolican party (or Jailer Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Messenger MiMlliniiH aired the great Lady..amI home 4 lis bv Will PP. House when addressing the sovereign. llirl Mkttl of Casey County and ask your support at the was loth to have her daughter buried, ' '," "o nma.iitw a! ki. speed. . . j 11fBakaBm in I ' ,.' aiiu .: --vinvrr. uikm p and "?" ..WM.....I ts August election w rpm mm logo under ao this Hall. thinking that she might yet be in a Otintter. ilv,,,. u.., k... Karand also sired the dam of Guy Wikes ijH;itiirr V AOO .ill make the season on tinware, Furniture and a waie, on WiUev lit aad the dams 15 otkers with tbe farm of U trance and would return to life. But , ft lias A L Bucklen's Arnica Salve i I k record A. S. Lancaster she was really dead this time and on Crocorios, near will..fstand.nnd tetter of ik m our Malde KKhmood on theS.lwr ft., turnpike. He The best ale in the world for cuts, bruises, Conoral Lino the season JmjjEBk Tiirnerrille at salt rheum, fever lam.y Candies, Crots Ties. &.. SURGEON DENTIST. Wednesday evening was buried. Athens sores, ulcers,chilblains, corns sores,alltetter, chapped hands, skit, vrup and All kinds of Prod me taken in xi hinge fur goods. 40 W II. McRoberts' tlons and positively cures piles, or no pay requir (Ga.) Banner. Office oil Main street. over $10 to Iusure a Living lOolt. Hi. P utiiti.t, Livings!' n, K ed. It is guaranteed to ijite perfect satislactior, Drug Store, Stanford. M roll, ari ming two vear "Id I'nee a; cents per box. or money refunded Willi Progressive Japan. tr'iii.il 11 eni. jir I. H (J GO Fit :" For sale by A R. Penny, Stanford, K) tki lent,i''"im,ill, kill ,ra not r.. ,......, .1, r o, e mpt It is an odd fact and one not generally R. C. MORGAN, D. D. "S. I 1 s n K The Now Dlacovory. M v ... known that shortly after the idea was You have heard your friends and neighbors promulgated in this country to divide talking about it You may yourself he one of the DENTIST. many uho knoir from personal experience lust Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, the whole country into sections having hew good a thing II rou have tried it upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Gas gien for painless the same time, this idea was ndopted in y.u are one of itsit staunch friends, hwause the y wnls. and at m via'ocs it XL K extracting. sj r ol o, two lorse an ih- Jaik. tbe Nej.ort N.., Mi.ti.tippi V.llerf.i F I ' wonderful thing about it is when oncegiiena STANFORD. KENTUCKY. piogressive Japan. Japan was divided trial Dr. King's New Discovery ever after hold, S0J1 Vrsiil t leu Trams to Vamlsrd a place in into districts known as the Tokio, Kioto and should the house If you have never usedn It The above elegantly bred VERMONT, be alllicted with a coiwh, culd or horse uill make the Philadelphia throat, lung r chest trouble, secure a bottle nt sejtsonof 1S9A at "Maples," two miles frsssa Lanand Nagasaki districts. DR. W. 13. Baltlmoro, Now York, once and give it a fair trial. It guaraateed every caster on Stanford Mike, vtbeic they vvsU be found lly Gill's rrmotit. the pedigree of iUn unkiio n. At the appointed day the clocks in tune or money refunded. Trial battles free at A at any tiw taady to serve saaras. All point. I ..( .in! S'.ulbeait each district were turned ahead or back, R. Penny's Only one night n it Ir .m I rvii.gt , ARTHUR SIMSjuji. Corrected I one Card in Fttnt tan 11, Mk, Look when the farmer loads Office'South side Mam tret. in office recentl) as tho case might be, in every town or lly Dr P W Logjn's Waterlo IH it bs a retard vacated by.Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Ky Uea. Knox, record s si, wttli u In t o claw of so and is .laudard bred. See pedigree of His wood to take to town; village throughout the Empire. There nafly iFaslMIil Au" sad to in ( 35 class Gen Knox l) Vermont I.' can Waterloo STA1IONS. Hero, 141. dam DaHghterof Ve Daily Da. Arthur Sims' ist This is the kind that's at the top: Waterloo Jr '. 1st daw by Levi Hubble was no choice allowed to a city, but ev Kxm-'K.x Son F.x s., dam, Lady Arthur, is by Ilourboa Chief, sire ol Stonewall Jackson ery city was ordered by an imperial deLadv Maud s ss and manv other food one jnd Is over iv hands high, cut bay vnd a l.ve Ssaatord. Reuben 1. am it j, r . ti n'oi He is a hand- nnnoreeoer 01 gssuo nortes tor All purposes aad out of Lilly Arthur, thoroughbred " lfssssgtoi... And this is lower down: I hase removed my office to my residence, oppo cree to adopt the standard of the disf pm 4.. Mt $ 10 I n Stttne buy. is( hands high and has proven himself will stand at ' Winchester psr. 1, 4. ,H) 6 I will be found at all 00 site Female College, where a fine reeoer j J ill stand at I J , I " K. U. jnoctioa trict in which it lay. f HUGH RF.ID. times. 4 J J " Ml Ssarlios; 10 pm $G to Insure a Mare in Foal. 1, pasi , , pal It is a strange fact that we so often " Morebosd ... $20 by the Insurance. II. F A I WOOD The Flrat Stp. J.J. ALLEN ' pml " 4J pta t ii i. ' confound the Japanese with tin: Chi Perhaps you are run doun, csn't eat, can't H pm Wateiloo.Jr.ua very dark brown, or Mack. " Olive Hill Asolaotl 10 ,0 pm 5 ,, pa fine mane and tail, compactly fornHNl, fall so vVYANDUtTh, satsleep, can't think nese. There is no reason for this except isfaction, and you can't do anything to your You " ratteltshnrg.. . o .4, pm , jo pra & ATWOOB, hands inch high, nsie si) h and action aad a fine wonder what ails )nu. " llnottactaa 11 that they are neighbors and belong to should heed the arning, you are taking the first lly Metropolitan, one of the lest bred Inwin of producer of combined bnrc; perfectly kind in Lve.Hunungtoa).. ... it Of pm ft lt ,,m jo lin, Ilambletontan, having for You need a step R6EL ESTETE EGEKTS. similar types of the human race. In all tonic into nervous prostration. will find the nerve Rysd)k's by Volunteer, second dam Clara dam disposition and a .are foal getter Will taad at Arr Clifton CIsnrieMoa the and Electric Hitters you exact Hyacynth 'JSIiSi a 1; lor.. Dictator, remedy to its other respects there is no more similari- normal, for restoring your nervous systemresults dam of Dextei Phatlas andnfc and the sire of $8 to Insure a Mare in Foal. Director a 17; 4s am City, Tonn. healthy condition t Surprising ' unariotseaeWe . In ,o am to the Russians. The Inllow the useof this Nerve Tonu and Alterative. 3 10 1st dam Lady w'elcli hy William Welsh.sire ty than we bear Also three good young akMgto .. " $ pm ol Prince Imperial a 11 and a Your appetite returns, good digestion i 5; ad lUttiMore ...... JAS. G GIYENS, Japanese are very amiable and fond of and the liver and Milne) s resume healthyrestored ua an mo cu vtagnucr mareJeremiah none con WM.AYRES pm ni action. 11iiUsWh.hu. .. pm A R Penny's tains 41 per cent, of the old horse Rysdyk's i, pm' JACKS ALL WELL BRED, V ' York foreigners; the Chinese are ill tempered Try a bottle Price 30 cents at 9 o No. 10. the founder of the greatest tt drug store. & GIYENS, Rtcksmnad.'v. year old pat. at SO. and j 40 pm family the world lias ever known, co.ir.lng Tiro j eld at and detest foreigners; the Japs are scru OWIaiCoo.fori uue w urn 011 loaieo. u A Williamsport girl, who in the mat- through his veins from 4 different channels Mr Attorneys at Law, pulously clean in their food and person, Lieu retained on alt colt for the eaan money R)sdyk's Hambleloaian, Volunteer, Metropolitan of beauty and ntlectionate exuber- ami William Welsh ter Mares kept on reaMmable term, hut no liamhts I ram leaving i.taingtoo ai 11 lor accident. a m and 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. the Chinese are just the reverse; the ance was not to say "fresh as first love t T. A KLKIN, Lancsstrr Surtdav J W. i.l KNS if f m." ?T, eacept r.y and enred and fair in their dealJapanese areopeu W.rche. n.Bintno, n tae K C S " and rosy n tho dawn," was asked why Sliteie lluildirjr. ings with other people, while the Chir THE FANCY SADDLE STALLION, Ba from Now Yoik.l'hll. U '""'54,. 'tut r.iLiivi.ri li t, . t..t ' nese are treacheious and deceitful. she did not get martied and this is what Whmglonand all point Kail, arrive, it she saitl in reply: "I have considerable These differences might be carried out until they include neatly all the charac money of my own, I have a parrot that La Gi$ Tra n r and Handler f iLZ iHfu'i " 4noon dally ,.xe,,t S t teristics that a people posses?, and the can swear aud it monkey that chews to- Foaled Ma i, 1S71,, is ari' b Mahogony ba, icyt illnuif the season of iS,. it mr smile at Sun-- , L. ni'Zl', TrtU I U,"f'" Jnlerme l.a'e result would always be the same. The bacco so that have no need for a litis hands high, heavv nunc and tail, is suit tl) fine ford at J... the r Harness and Saddle Horses and ikmiiis. Kichmond, Kv.. and iHiltitson the R t and fa IK) , is IkiiIi a natural and pleasant saddler, Japs are on the bright side and the Chi- band." Oil City Blizzard. breeds fancy and when iuietly driven in harness dealer in Fancy Roadsters. 10 Rn n Tn.nen o ajiyiuy VJUIl., . vim o'"Tj" tiani. rj o p m am daily, ri 11s .L. Jiiooay ss Ti !.,.M goes like a trotter He .. style on both Ha.j,uv uv A Child KlUod. nese on theieverse of themedal. Times lie .ure 11. kets read read via N N A M ldes to the third generation, is bilked by thorHorses liought and sold on a tty small per cent. r ' allowed to crve Another child killed by the use 01 opiates given oughbreds on both ides, making him very active Sound and all r.ht Will nut Tattler. Kilteeti ear' ..xpenenie in the business S 1 II H1RS1.I.. p A Cin.innit. Mone) due a perfect mares that are not regular breeders "C. T SANDIOC'.E, Stanford, Ky. in the formnf soathing syrup Why mothers give and sprightly in gait, in form and ,fi when the colt enmes, their children such deadly poison is surprising model. He was sired by Sumpter Denmark, he lien win lie ncltl on allmare sold or transferred A She Soared Too High. colt until paid for when they can rel eve the child of Its peculiar by Goddard's Denmark, tie by Gaines ft, CromSALES M EN to sell Nimcr, A young fellow wasinquiringof OHiuer troubles by using Dr. Acker's Dally Soother. It well' Denmark, he bv tbe race horse, Denmark is inscription ,am rtoigreti a led sorrel stands is band siucliei stock. All goxts warranted His firt dam whs sired contains no opium or morphine. Sold by A. U. he by Imp. Hedgeford - lSutton at the Third street depot about 1'ermanent. nloaiuv Sir Wallace, he by Todhunier Sir Wallace 5 years old this prtng: has big tail Penny. is )' Harrmon Chief, he bv Claik ant profitable positions for the right men. Good he l Sir Albert, (thoroughbred) ad dam bv of I ady home a is Ilia dam Lute, the dam of salaries and expenses paid ueekl) Liberal in. the train for the North, when the ollicer dam of Is Life Worth Living? irginiu. by Tranb), thorough-breducements to bcrluncrs. No previous experience queried in return: he b) the celebrated Mason's Whipp; jd Hanker 1 syk.... The dam of Harrison Chief. Ir. i through the world a dyspeptic. liTaLMt" CrltvYs--!-.. Not if )ou t,ii r by a son ot necessary. Outtlt free. Write for terms, gisiiig KOL'TK. ' aiH,n i .uimiiniii ne osii of a mare Dr. Ackers Dyspepsiu Tablets are a positive cure dam a Whipp mure. bv Alexander's Ahdallali, td oan. b Minavokey. age. "Didn't you come in this morning?" CHARLES E. CH SE, Nurseryman, TlinSlinrtiui and Qlllokost Rottto frota lor the worst forms of dvM'tspsia. indicestion. flat he by Old Lexington; jd dam bs ShiwhaH'. Tom so Mention this pHper. Rochester, N". Y. ulency and constipation Guarantied and sold bv "Yes." Hill, he hv thill Sunkim-- . alb dam by Davy voiisnii.ftiiniuagy 10 ftlj potnttt North TOM ROBINSON, A. R. Penny. Crot ket: sth dum bv Halsorn: otttdam bv UVII. cjisoi, worn ana HoutliWot. "With a young woman?" Ffttt Miss Antique (taking politely proffer- Son of Wallace Denmark ahove: it dam by Mil- Crusader. Llnobotwoon Loxlngton nnd Clncln-nntMr W II Wilson of Ctnthiana. Ky., sold a "Yes." ler's Denmark, lieli the race hore Denmark; his ed seat in crowded horse car) Thank ilam Klorne; id dam b) Montgomery's Ulivcr; jcl combined gelding, a hill lirother of Harrison Chief "I thought to. I took you for a bridal dam Drmrnon. you my little man. You have been black by Old hcav) mane Tom is a tine shaped horse Jr , for Ji.soo, also old two other at $1,710 Mr hCIIBDL'LKIN KFFKCTMA ii. with aad tail, 15 hands high couple." I am glad to see. 'Did and is a natural saddler and has proven hi 5 self a $ioo, so )ou can ee the lireeo of this horv is mote taught to be polite, No No. 4 von lit after than an) ..Iticr si No 6 "Yes, so we were." ion a. thev' bring F.X SuT your mother tell you to always give your fancy breeder. 'I he a box 1 klo.k will make the season of tSjo at lietter.pro e than anv other stal'.i, Be Sua. Daily "And you are going back alone?" in farm 34 mile from iistontillc. near Carpenladies? l.ve Cincinnati .. 8 10 n asl I 00 p mi ' JS pr . M Splendid ter's station, and will be permuted to serve mares "That's what's the matter. We were seat to oimg Sad r ilalliuii, I.ve Covington... 3 ii a in, S oa p in, Polite Boy No'm, not all ladies, onlv oy tne insurance, J P ir married day before yesterday and came Lve Falmouth. 9 41 a mj a 17 p m 4 oi p m old hulk's. .. . Arr Paris i ia 1 a is 11 p ml 5 40 p m Wallace Tom here on a tour. She was all right when Arr Llvingtoa u eo mim J5p mj& V p r We Can and Do O wo got here, but in nbout an hour we Lve Paris ii so a in ' $ 45 P rr . Will make the tcaxm of ii, at uiy staMe at ManDENMARK LEXELL, Wood Elixir, for it lias Guarantee Dr. Acker's Arr Winchester.. o o pn 05 p m .. . had a fuss. She wanted a diamond ting been fully demonstrated to the people of this conn-rford, at Arr Richmond... MO p m 7 jo p m "a that it is superior to all other preparations for Son of Wallace Denmark, a handsome colt, el Arr Lancaster. mi IS and I couldn't buy it. Diamonds! Just blood disease. It is a positive cure for syphilitic tine size and of royal blood, will be used privately. p m $10 to Insure a Living- Colt.! Arr Stanford. CI k Stock committed m) care think of it! I've got $- -" in cash and poisoning, ulcers, eruptions and pimples. It puri- receive my personal toattention. and breeding will Lve Richmond 55 p Grass furnished ties thevvnole svstem and thoroughly builds up the c Money due when the colt Is fonleil or ih mi... Arr llerea p in 1'U acres ot lantl, anil expect to have to constitution. at reasonable rates to he paid lor belore remov al of A. It. Penny e Arr Livington. stock. No responsibility for ao ulenU or escapes parted with 112. p cs F.agU Denmark is a beautiful seal brown, with live ou beans for the next six months to . Parting with and makes n Backwanl Suitor I don't know what season due. stock J forfeits insurance PKN I'BR good mane and tail, is handt ) inches high, will re No. s. si LKLK CAR pull through. No N oj O j) ears oM this Spring: has never been handled to make of you. more than two weeks, but he Is full of gaits and iD sZD "Where is she now?" the best prospect for a producer ol saddle and l.ve Livingston S 00 She Please don't make an old maid of .ombmed horses in this part ol the State. Lve llerea 10 s "Uvernt tne notei. x lelt tier money me, whatever you do. He wasstred by On 1'ime, he by Stonewall lack Arr Richmond... a m 4 to pay her bill and get home and she on, lie by Washington Denmark, he by lllack Lve Slanford .. . 7 00 a m Denmark A Duty to Yourself. stay or come. Better have this can Lve Lancaster .. 7 41 a m ist dam by son ot Alexander's Norman. will use a common It is surprising Arr Richmond. .. to 00 a m ad dam one of the best road mares ever in Centhing decided at tho start, you know. ordinary Pill whenthat peoplesecure a valuable En . they can Lve Richmond. 10 p m 6 10 a m the same money Dr. Acker's Some folks are built to wear diamonds, lisb one forpositive cure for sick headache English LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE tral kentuck). Arr Winchester. a 00 p m c: a m pills area und ail In these pedigrees )ou will find royal breeding Arr Paris 40 p m a m i and some to eat Johnny cake. I'm a liver troubles They are sma!!, sweet easily taken j and ill these stallions you will see individuals of Lve Lexlugton RAILROAD. 2 05 p m 7 00 a m 3 45 Pm rare beaut) jud as breeders second to none. Send Lve Paris As Johnny cakist. There's my train. If and do not gripe. For sale by A. It. Penny. a 50 p m 8J) a m 411pm )cur mares where Ihey will bo pruperly tared for. Lve Falmouth The Great 4 ia p m 9 IJ a m 5 8 to take the next train Just Can't Sloop Nights she comes in P re Arr Covington 'i C.T SANDIDGK 5 40 p in 10 35 a in 630pm a Is the complaint thousands Arr Cincinnati see her aboard, but don't encourage her ma, consumption, ofcoughs, etc.suffering from asth THROUGH TRUNK LINE. $ so p m 10 4S a in 0 35 p m Did you ever try I rains rsos. 11 and 14 run Sunday any. It's a row to see who shall boss, ur. Acker's English Keniedy ! It is the best prepTo The Cincinnati and Lexington, leaving only elween aration known for all lung troubles. JSfct, on G ' and the best man isgoing to win. De- positive guarantee at ajc anu 50c uy A. Soldfenny a .and arriving aVLelng.oBa, Cincinn u K. n'1 arm 3l Cincinnati 4 P' wat '; r m troit Free Press. By adding potash lye to Hour and waW,th DntheMaysvillellrancli, No9.leayei al Oiur.CTF.1) to tiik Si.k. ? It was tt very ter you make a paste the same as by f. P m .arriving' "J . o affectionate husband who uttered the boiling, and to prevent from souring ndd o most literal interpretation of sentiment one wart salicylic acid to 1,000 of the GQ O Louisville '.rlffi Vt, I daVlyVxVep'run'iat.' paste. on record. ' To Nashville, l,i,i!y '" aftoCincnnali Vn' 43 "I believe," said his wife, proudly, She Was Completely Cured. io 00 am ' arrives Paris Memphis, 10 45 atn; except Sunday , ter some great instance of his unselfish A daughter ol my customer siitfertd from sup-. i0, BIcavesLincinnati 10 nmiar...,. i.i""uu,n incsicu mensiruaiioii alia ner neuiin ' ' devotion, "I believe you would let pletely wrecxed At my suggestiun shewas com Atlanta. 710 pm: except Sunday " used one Montgomery, fo. 7 leaves hu mouth do am; arrive Cincin bottle yourself be cut into inch pieces for cured of Ilradfield's Female Regulator, which na.!.' 7 55 am; except Sunday her. J. W Heliums. Water alley. Miss. Little Rock, train Notes. No. trims daily tne1" Write the Ilradfield Reg. Co.. Atlanta, Ga , tor ton and Cincinnati, iio a run. between Lexin. darticulars Sold by all druggists. r The husband looked doubtful. ,aiy betweo Mobile and New Orleans. Cincinnati ana Lexington .'in 3 aim o make Connections at ",nc"e,' "Make the pieces six inches, Mary," DRUNKENNESS-TH- E LIQUOR HAB lorpointsontheN N M v It y In all tho World there Is but one Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. he returned, honestly, "and maybe I JJAJ Frit IMPORTANT -- Tram. i .1... . rMVC cure, Dr. Haines' Ooldon Spoclflc. at and denart from the Centra Union P could stand it better." Youth's CompanOnly one change to points in It can be kim n in a cud of tea or coiTee aithm.t ion. the knowledge of the person taking Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal niokel-in-the-slo- Belmont Chief 3 68 9, t. . " . - 11 1110L-0- V ? -- Hiislonville Fair - A NEW FAST Tris-al..- MAIL -- , 1 1 1 July 22, 23 and 24, x -- tefe -- .1 .! 1. w I.- it LIST. Jour-ne- y james b. Mccreary Govers Messenger. A ' fiJ. ) - X RICHARD WARREN fe.TAZOO, 11799. 1 XATE - -- 1 111 t. U W. II. MILLER ijJ J". KCILTO IsT i. 1 J. BROWN J 1 I Br. PRICE, u.i of 1 .' ,t:- atM :.-."- "'" .. 1 . ' frt" "r I At to Insure. ,1 M Arthur Sims, 3041, Wyandotte, I A I a cr 5526, 2 Horses and 3 Jacks. I 11 111 . OLD KY. ROUTE 1 - PENNY, Dentist. KErilCN .Washington, 1 WATERLOO, JR., . REMOVED! I . e I I I I I I I I - I 1 . I , 4 , , . ALLEN 3S- 1 I Johnson ... 11 111 1 1 1 Ham-hlctonf- AYRES trot-tl- i 4 , 1 I -- 1 -- ptM-i- ls iot-y- C. T. SANTJITJGOG, Wallace Denmark; high-ta- il Harrison Chief, S ..-.- on nuib Jv$&: f"' '. ! ' So-- tf fini-.- li Wanted fiMt-clas- ;!H, Kentucky . I Central R.fi. 1 d V I 1. l. ,. K .1 South-Houn- o i 1 1 atSI5: atSIO Eagle Denmark! - , -' y . . JJ 111 Nsrth-Iloun- d. ate, j I 1 JU & Kf o -- 1 SOUTH & WEST !pT ferTir I m ' - fcip a. ' "... JfADFIELDS WmnmSmH I MENSTRUATION WrTY.rLl'-Mfs. "" TeVKlM i a wm svaT.rsi . I REGULATOR A-- T-- uh, iw ilknntl nwxar it, effecting a speedy and permanent & whether the patient A lew cents spent lor lime or some is a moderate drinker cure,An alcoholic wreck. or well distributed about Thousands of drunkards have been cured who other disinfectant, EMIGRANTS have taken the Golden Specific la their coffee and other places where without their knowledge, and your back-yard- s believe they Seeking homes on the linetofthis road Special rates. tilth is mora or less liable to accumulate, butt drinking of their own freewill. No harmfu-clle- ct ARKANSAS TEXAS. or will receive den;Sed5yaehl'J pariicuiarsand 1 or u.i f ress any agent of the Co 1 y may save you dollars. Theiprediction that cholera follows la grippe. result from its administration. Cures guaris anteed. Send for circular and full particulars. . in confidence Goldex Srxnrir tin.. j ItaceStreet. Cincinnati. O. Ad-dre- ss aWSee agents ot this Company for rates, routes &c or write to C, I AT.MORE. G. P. & T. A.. LouUville, Ky. The public waited on with neatness and dispatch at thelonsorial Art Rooms of W L Jess Thompson, Id Porttnati Houif lluildlnf, .A8''' Cincinnati. S. F. It. M0KSE, Gen'l 'r Agt.. Cincinnati. O. ILK. HUNTINGTON, and ft.n-Manager. MUNSON.Trav. !. " vice-l'res- 't l . Staclotd.Ky Lhamber of Commerce lluilding, ( Cincinnati, O. 9NERALOFFICKS r s 'frT&r ,.- - VJ.A'T'rapssgyap O BU . JilUiljTW' tiimMiiiii "L!.je.n..Mjumnl!iigS Mt flU rv v Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Died, Lived and Died, A nickel-in-tlie-slo- t machine in Bos- Publlstaed Every Tuosdny and S-- Friday taken suddenly kist week Miss Pollie Lunsford, of ton confronts the eqtiestrinn who alights Gaddifitowu, Uniou county, njted 10, was at the sidewalk with the legend written in the nickel and the iron hands unclasp tho bridle rein is dropped into them and they close again. There von are. The horse is held. The rider goes oil' about his business. In half nu hour he returns. There is the machine and there is the horse. But the first legend has disappeared and in its place is the inscription in characters of living light: "Give me a (piarter and I'll let him go." Cor. Ciiicago Herald. THE 5TH EXHIBITION C.-r- Belmont Chief 8689,1 KrgUterciliU Hob Link. . ... Trial mum, 4V A ill, and Dr. Jones, of this ; across its front: "Dro a nickel in the city, was summoned to her bedside. He slot and I'll hoUl your horse." He puts I ; "F tub; time is about ao minutes faster pronounced due from PER Y1SAR, IX aYDVA.lN'CMB and exposure,her illness the mothercold and told of WTWhen not io paid $2.50 will be charged." the youtiK lady that there was littlo chance of her daughter's recovery. For K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. three days the yoniiz lady grew worse, ami on Tuesday morning she, to all apa. m., returning Train leave Rowland at pearances, died. The neighbors and at 5:30 p. m. ft iends of the family had gathered in, L & il. LOCAL TIME CARD. and the body of the dead girl was pre Mail train going North 11501m pared for burial. Her arms were crossed ' " South ..1 16pm .11 39 p m over her breast and her eyelids closed. Express train " South... " " North .327 am Xocolor of life was visible in hercheeks. Local Freight North ..630 am ' South.. Her hands and face were cold a if dead. The latter traina also carry passengers, The above iscalculated on standard time. Solar Her pulse had ceased to beat. The cof- llelmont Hoy ir ure 31 V. 01 at t .MinvoiM 13. .- Fred Arthur old. Sred by the great Ilel- s I3,, Wedgcwood t tij; .... '1 -- tD) lOUISVIlU NtwAl8mCHICAC3Kt; tjl and jirons tin. ' Huctonvillc Fair . ofmlweA u uam full sister - j w Will l.i Held,- - . July 22, 23 and 24, I;IST. e JAMES Is a Candidate the 8th District racy; f RW., she asked her mother and brother to kneel with her in prayer, which they did together with all those present. The girl made a fervent prayer, asking God BOGLE MISS to theottice of Su- to direct her mother and brother in the Is a Candidate for perintendent of Common Schools. Election first path of right. Aftor the prayer she sang Monday in August next and talked with her mother for about an We call tho presiding ollicer of the hour, when she told those nbout iter W. House of Repiesentay'vea "The Speaker" that she was goim; to die that she felt Is a Candidate to represent Lincoln count) in the the death angel's touch. Hardly had because the Kuglish did so in giving ti Constitutional Com eution she uttered the words than she fell back title to the head of the House of Comupon her pillow and expired. Those mons, and they chose that name because M. BROWN about her weie astonished; the mother! thatofiicer is the Mtokesinuu of the Is the nominee of the Republican party for Jailor House when addressing the soyeieign. of Casey Count) and asks your support at the was loth to have her daughter buried, Augiiit'clcitiuii thinking that she might yet be in a Chatter. trance and would return to life. But Bucklen's Arnica Salve A. S. she was really dead this time and on The best sals e in the world for cuts, bruiss. salt rheum, fever fssfBeiTV SURGEON DKNTIST. Wednesday evening was buried. Athens ao'fs, ulcers,chilblains, corns sores,allletter, chapUL1XJ1J-W- ped hands, skit, erup and tlons and positively cures piles, or no pay rcquir W. II, Mc Roberts' (Ga.) Banner. Ollice on Mam treet, oser a Candidate for Auditor of the State of Kentucky, subject to thi will of the Democratic party Is RICHARD tin was sent for. Hut as the mother and friends of the deceased sat nroimd her inanimate form B. this, and mourned her as dead she suddenly r re election to Ciiigrp-- . uljeit to the will ot the Democ- returned to life. Unaided she arose from her bed and went to the water bucket and drank a glass of water. Then C. McCIlEARY 111 WARREN IvATE The counting of the census in the census imreau is (tone iiy electrical ma chines somewhat similar to a BIG PREMIUM er, one machine doing the work of ten Tor particulars and cat.ito.-ncounters by the old method, and also inadi'ress dicating by an Heetric current the agJ 11. COOK, Secretary gregate on a dial placed on the wall. It bl . liu.tosivilie, Ky. is impossible for the machine to make a mistuke, and moreover it is easy to operOI.U ate. New York is the first to send in returns, and about 4'2 districts will be KEITHERFORD ttOTEL. counted first fiom that State. Mr. Hoi 111'SIONVIl.I.K. K. lerith, the inventor of the electric tabu- P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. lating machine bearing his name, has 10 no? leasee machines now ready to begin work. furnished. I am tvpe-writ-ij-n- Go vers Messenger. it Mamnrino 111 teasing Monroe, sire of Monroe Chief isV. Chit ltt.. 19, Lad) Monroe 1 16, Monroe Chief 1 5 LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI u,'u King Jim a 4 and 10 otheis in list. ilKl.MONT CHIKKIs s groat Imrse. Daily, Secures to rrateler., Ing rare symmetry of form and beauty, and with his easy, frtctionlcss way of going otid his great blood linos, there l imi reason, with go I opportunities, he should not become the cijimI of his great site and illiistrleus brothers and sister. Kser attempted between the great coinmr-,i- l Will make tho season of 1(90 at my stables lit cities on the Ohio Kner and Chicago, and hen. e Mc Linnet, Ky.,at the fastest lime and most comfortable trains b twee; all points in the South, or tn the West and Northweit. The counterpart of this train on al! $30 Season, trunk lines Is denominated Ihe Limited Ktpress 1 he superb rolling stock we employ With the tutt.l retHrn tiirlviieges. Limited ta St pitrons Unlimited ou sidie in .net Say Mraon, get Mnnon and slick to Motion, tl iS J 1' CROW you want to stve money and have a pleasant Jo ,r to lull information, time cards mtp. flder, eti, t all in ur addre. 1'. , I oui.silit, Kv. V.'LfJl.-slt.- to I) Mnnrnj. . .1 In MA FAST MAIL THE MOST RAPID ROUTE i',. itj Vik-111- pe. 0 the Hay t4llmti, i hands hisli f. aled April iSV His dam In l.ra) .rf'., -- I Urn hy C"" verlnttom, At He was sire, 1 l.v Mes.enurr Chief. , by Messenger duel, sirf 01 Ma .d Mesen)er Jr . 1st dam jd J.m hv lennie Klnu. 1 JAs 'r IMkKrK.t. I; I' , I hirag.. Ill M.ltUlll.KTx. Act,Minfiir.i 1 V !, 'k Mei-tnee- r , II. MILLER J. lir. PRICE, Drug Stare, Manferd. Progressive Japan. R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. 5. uls, anil at my sia'.ies it Mi Kiniiry, Ihe yu are the same time, this idea was adopted in wonderlul-one of its staunch is sel r ui n, two Horse- - an it n J Ilkthins about it Nswpnrt S'.., Mi.ti.M y J, jli.jr c STANFORD, KENTUCKY. progressive Japan. Japan was divided trial Dr. Kin;'s New Discovery ever after holds i Trams to Standard. J.ii i Vwni a place in the house. If yu nave never used it into districts known as the Tokio, Kioto and should be afflicted with a tMujh, cukl or ) VERMONT, 'I'lie abote elegantly bretl horses will make the Philadelphia throat, lunij . r chest trouble, secure a bottle nt sejssoBof Ityoat Maples," two utile from Lanand Nagasaki districts. DR. W. B. Hy GilTs rrmoiit. the pedigree of dim unkuow n. uarasni-vunce and 31s e it a fair trial It Baltimore, Now York, every caster na Stanford tsibA. where they ivsll be fistjml At the appointed day the clocks in tune or money refunded. Trial bottles free at A at any time toady to serve martu. All posnt. Ka.t and Southeast each district were turned ahead or back, R. l'ennr's one Hnjlll rm I esu gt , ARTHUR SI.M,juii. Look when the farmer loads OrTice'South side Mam street, in office recently as me case migm ue, in every town or "'ted I line Card la I'flrct an ts. Iiy Dr I' U Logan's Walerlo 11 it hi. a vacated by.Dr. L F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Iiy Oca. Knox, record a ti, with 14 in yn clau of j so and .tandard bred. See pedigree of His wood to take to town; village throughout the Empire. There aasi to in 111 class lin Knox hi Vernotit Tiali7 l'a.t.Gil Ac". Logan's Waterloo TA1 IONS. Ves Daily Hero. 141, data Oanhteraf Arthur Sims' 1st Tliis is the kind that's nt the top: Da. Waterloo. Ir 's is! dam hv Lesi Hubbla. oLI was no choice allowed to a city, but evKanreiH F.s Son. F.x s dum. Lady Arthur, is by llourtxtn Chief, sir of Stonewall Jackson . I ery city was ordered by an imperial deLady Maud t and mall) other rood one. and Is Keuoea is over 1? nana nifli, barK boy a no a Lvo Staatarsl, i . am ji n'n out ofl. illy Arthur, thoroughbred. He a hand- fine breeder of good horses tor J I purpnsos aad " l.estsMtfoti .. And this is lower down: I hae removed my ortice to my residence, oppo cree to adopt the standard of the disIO 4m' some btiy. ji hands hieh and lias proven himself will stand at .0 " WHKh ester ... 7 "O pir u 4, pin 0j 40 will be found at all m site Female College, where a tine breeder. ill stand at J K. U. Jnnctson trict in which it lay. ' HUGH RKID. gt times. t l" $6 to Insure a Mare in Foal. " Ml StaHinc Js pm 7 10 pji It is a strange fact that we so often Morehe.d $20 by the Insurance. II. F ATWOOD Tho First Sttp. 9 pBi j 41 ,,, t ,4 J.J.ALLEN Ottve Hill confound the Japaneso with the ChiWaterloo, Jr . is a setydarl brown, or black, J eat, can't Perhatrt you are run down, !" " AshUad Ho ,o pm( j pm XVYA.NDOTTr:, 53.6. fine mane and tail, compactly formed, full tf your satsleep, can't think nese. There is no reason for this except isfaction, and you can't do an tiling to you. You ATWOOD, ALLEN Catlettsonrr... 10 4j pm, 5 .o pm hands inch high, Cue style and attain and a Sac wonder what ails " HunllurteM Hy Metropolitan, one of pm that they are neighbors and belong to should heed the warning, you are lakinc the first Kysoys, s llamuletotnan, the best bred sons of producer of combined bor; peilactly triad im Lve.lluHlinchMI- - .... la Of pm ja tmi Yon need a ncrse Will stand at hasing for his dam disposition and a sure foal arster step into nersnus prostration. R6EL ESTJSTE Arr Charlcstoa I II M similar types of the human race. In all tonic and Electric Hitters you will find the exact lhacynth by Volunteer, second dam Clara, the " Cliftass l.rfe. 7 ji Dictator, the sire of $8 to Insure a Mare in remedy it other respects there is no more similari- normal, for restoring your nersnus system toils dam of Dexlei I'hallas andiAj and Foal.. "CKarlotleseille i.yacair- 3 il 4J am City, Tenn. Surprising results Director a 17; healthy condition a 10 Io 50 am tst dam Lady ss'elcli hy William Welsh, sire follow the use of this Ncrse Tonic and Alterative. ty than we bear to the Russians. Tho " Washington........ Also three good )Oung of Prince Imperial a jVi and 15 pm a Your appetite returns, good digestion is id " lUltlmor WM.AYRES JAS. GGIVENS. Japanese are very amiable and fond of and the User and kidnejs resume healthyrestored dam nn inbred Wajnuer mareJeremiah horse con pm J This action. " l'liHactha tains 41 per cent, ot the old horse Kysdyk'a Ham. i JACKS ALL WELL BRED, foreigners; the Chinese are ill tempered Try a bottle I'rice 50 cents nt A K Penny's hlctaniaii No. 10, the founder of the greatest trot" New York o pm' drug store. & GIVENS, 1 ting family the world 1ms cscr known, tourslng Two 1 er. old iM, at SO. and M alt " Klchmoad, V. and detest foreigners; the Japs are scru" Old t'olat Comfort 40 pm Season due when ecdl is fun led through his veins from 4 different channel, A Williamsport girl, who in the mat$8. Attornoys at Law, Narfelk..... ... . pulously clean in their food and person, Lien retained on all colts r the season money Hambletanian, Volanteer, Metropolitan ter of beauty and allectionate exuber- and William Welsh Marcs kept sn rea.malle term., but ao liabsltt) ' - - Louisville, Ky. the Chinese are just the reverse; the c T.My,ev"B Uataetea at 11 a n. and j a lor acciileat. T. A KI.K IN. Lancaster 327 Fifth St., nor-i KNS J W. t. V,Pch,, Japanese areopeu and fair in their deal- ance was not to say "fresh as first love -, Ktchmood, Ny. and ptmi. mutK C f and rosy n the dawn," was nsked why Mires e llui'dirg ings with other people, while the Chir Limited Veititnslc K .irosis THE FANCY SADDLK STALLION, l I I'N, T HI. COMHINKD SI irs l ..rk I'hils ' ! at nese are treacherous and deceitful. sho did not get manied and this is what '! . i'lie she said in reply: "I have considerable at 4 1? m daily Stanloni tl J; p rr These differences might be carried out f ..t.1."a,.'.f?m Wt.V. all poics I until they include nearly all the charac- money of my own, have a parrot that s..i .il ....1 . rites .rxintrtoM at 11 40 nixm dally eseept hi r can swear nud a monkey that chews to Tra r and Handier f teristics that a people possess, and the das Stanford s7 p m Koaled Ma) t, 1S7,., is ar' h il. make the season of V t inv si. lc at Stanbacco so that I have no need for u bus hands high, heavj mane and Mahuon) .a), itw, .JlV"?!mtd',,,OB '.ow andintermeJ,ar tail, is sirn tl fine ford at in. the Harness and Saddle Horses and result would always be the same. The bund." Oil City Blizzard. and fatic) , is both a natural and pleaaiit sa.t.ller. "icxnionu, aad points en Ihe K C 17 ....--, Japs are on the bright side and the Chi3 io. breeds fancy and when .(iiietly driscn 1.K1IDJI dealer in Fancy Roadsters. harness . .. .. .. uaiiy, ci n r. i,.i ,,, .i.w,,,a ,. ...irir, rr . .n.r .i.nwy l. . hih-ta- il jiocslike a trotter He uniorit to p m wujt,, style on both HSAMdv .s A.tMtw t aas v ast A Child Killed. nese on the reverse of the medal. Times ure ti. Stein l.id w0A .a ... N A M . ides to the third generation; is barked by thorHorses bought and sold on a ery sin. II per cent. Another child killed by the use 01 opiate giscn oughbreds on both sides, making him seryaitise Sound and all r.cht. Will not In- allow ed tu crte Co I. II. car f II teen 'C. T cxpericme in tie buio Ky. Tattler. s , II MftkSr.G. ! A Cinrinniti , 11 Why mothers lrise and sprightly in gait, in form and finish a perfect marcs that are not regular broeders Monet, due in the form of soothing syrup SAND1 DOE, Stanford, model lie was sired hy Sumpter Denmark, he when Ihe colt ensues, mare sold or transferred A tneir cnuuren sucn aeauiy poison is turnritin? by She Soared Too High. .. .. He Meld on all colls until paul lor wnen iney can rerese xne cniiu 01 its peculiar ss Guddnrd's Denmark, he by Game k Crom- - lien will SALKMI EN to oell Nursery wescrintioii anr ruaisree A young fellow wasinquiringof OMker troubles by usla; Dr. Acker's Itaby Soother. ell's Denmark, he hy the race horse, Denmark It stock. All gods warranted His first dam was sired is a ird sorrel, stands it hands 1 inch contains no opium or morphine, bold by A. K. he by Imp Hcdgeford years old this sprint; has blir tail liv Sir firtclast. Permanent. Dltias- liutton at the Third street depot ahout Penny. allace, he by Tudhuiiter's Sir Wallace t I'V Harrison Chief, he bv Clark Chi l dam bv Vlr- ant profitable positions fur the rilit men. Oood the train for the North, when he li) Sir Albert, (thoroughbred) the otliter Ilia dam Lute, the dam of salaries and expeiikcs paid ueeUy Lilierel in. Ktniua dam ot by Iranb), thorough-bre- d nf ady '1 home 1 i la Life Worth Living? lie damol Harrtton ChieT, Jr, is ducements to beiuners. No previous experience quoried in return: he by the celebrated Mason's Whipp; jd Hankers tyV. Not if )ou i thr.mjh the world a dyspeptic. "UltlTlC CrKASH IIOUTJS." by a s ol W ultoo's Marnhnno ha out ef a mare necessary. Outfit free. Write for terms, xivinir Dr. Acker s Dyspepsia Tablets are a positise cure dum .1 Whipp mare. by Aleaander's Ahdalluli, td nam by Mirsevoley, . CHASE, Nurseryman. age. CHARLES "Didn't you come in this morning'.'" for the worst forms of d)spepsia, indigostion, flaTho Shortoet und Qulckont nouto frou he by Old I.cmtHlon , id dam by hhawhan's loin s Mention this pnper. Rochester, N. Y. tulency and constipation. Guaranteed and sold bv "Yes." Hill, he by Hall Stockings. 4th dam by Davy Central. Kontuolcy to nil polntn North TOM KOISIXSON, A. R. Penny. Croi ket ; sth dum by llalcorn ; 6th dam by Wells' Knst, Wont nnd South-Woa"With avounj; woman?" FRrit Miss Antique (taking politely proffer- Son of Wallaie Denmark aoe: lt dam hy Mil- tiu!t(iar. Unobotwoon Lexlnfirton nnd Olncln-tmtl- . W H Wilson f Csmhiana, K)., sold a "Yes." Mr ler's Denmark, he by the race t.or.e Denmark, his ' ad dam dam Moiitgmcry'aDliscr; jd combined gelding, full lirolher ot Harrison ci "I thought so. I took you for a hridal ed seat in crowded horse car) Thank dam Klnrixe:Drennon. byTurn is a line shsped Imrse Jr , for $i,ano, alsoa sold two other, at $i,7o Chief you my little man. You have been black by Oldheasy mane aud tail, Ij5f hands hivh Abe Itenaker sold another combined geiiiing air frCilKDL'LC INBriFBCT MAI . ,lr, for with couple." taught to be polite, I am glad tosee. 'Did and is a natural saddler aud has proven hi 5 self a $Aoi, so )ou can see the hreeii uf this lior.e is mote No . No. 4. No 6 sought after than an) nther si..l'i..n as they bring "Yes, so we were." nreeuer. Ks Sun your mother tell you to always give your lancy abost tck will make the season of iSjo at brlter.pri. e than anv other stallio The K Smb. "And you are xoiiiK hack alone?" Daily S mile Irum Jtustonsille, nearLarpen-ter'- s in) farm 8 io a m I to p station, and will be permitted to serte marcs I. ve Cincinnati M) Splendid "That's what's the matter. We were heat to ladies? ami,' ha.li 'e stallion, in TjJ pr I.ve CotutElon. Polite Boy Xo'm, not all ladies, only by the insurance, i it a in, g o) p m 4j p IT day before yesterday and came mairied Lve Fslmouth.... 9 41 a m, a 17 p in 4 ol p ra old ladies. Arr Fans p Wallaco Tom ! Arr I.ivlngton II IO a m,ia 11 P in 5 so p m here on a tour. She was all right when ' eol,2, W P in bp r Do We Can und we pot here, but in about an hour we Fans I.ve 11 1 a ml 41 P IT Hood Elixir, for DENMARK LEXELL, Will make the season nf tip, at my stable at Guarantee Dr. Acker's r ao p m Arr Winchester.. it 05 p m had a fuss. She wanted a diamond rin; Dcen tuny demonstrated to tne people 01 this it has coun at Arr llichmoiid.. 40 p m 7 30 p ra Son of Wallace Denmark, a rs ry that it is superior Arr Lancaster. . 4 S3 p m' aud I couldn't buy it. Diamonds! Just 0100a diseases. 11 isto all other preparations for fine sie and of royal blood, will handsome colt, el u be used pritatcly. a poiitie cure tor syphilitic i w l jn o Colt. Arr Stanford. Stock commuted to my care and breeding will $10 to Insure a Living got $'2o in cash and poisoning, ulcers, eruptions and piraples. It puri think of it! I've Lve Richmond ... 55 p in ties thesvnoie svstem and thorouzhly builds tin the receive my personal attention. Grass furnished c Money due when the colt is foaled or the mare Arr llerea .. JO acres ot land, anil expect to have to constitution. at reasonable rates to be paid for belore remo al of J Of p m A. II. Fenny. ri u Arr l.isinetoa. stock. No responsibility fur accidents or escapes parted stith 5 so ji in n live on beans for the next six months to Kaule Denmark is a beautiful seal brown, uith Farting with and makes a Backward Suitor I don't know what season due. stock J forfeits insurance I'LN I'F.K. good mane and tail, 15 hands j Inches high, uilltc h I KEI.K CAR No. 5, pull through. No N, i years old this Spring: has neser Lewi handled to make of you. more than two weeks, but he is full ol rails and "Where is she now?" the best proepvet for a producer ol saddle and Lve Livingston. She Please don't make nn old maid of $ 00 a in combined horses in this patt ul the State. . 10 5 a in "Uver at tne Hotel. leu tier money me, whatever you do. oa Lscllerea. , Arr Richmond..... 11 4) a in He wassired by Ou Time, he bvStenewall to pay her bill and get home and she u lie by Washington Denmark, he by black I.ve Stanford .... "7 00 a m Denmark A Duty to Yourself. Better have this can stay or come. Lie Lancaster a m 7 4 u tst dam by son ol Alexander's Norman. It is surprising that people will use a common Arr Richmond... 10 oj a in ad dam one of the bust road mares eser in Centhing decided at the start, you know. ordinary pill when they can secure a saluable EngM 4W Lve Richmond.. 10 p m 6 a m Dr. Acker's Some folks are built to wear diamonds, lish one for the same money. sick headache Knclish LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE tral Kentucky Arr Winchester., a 00 p m 7 io a rn ri pills area posltite cure for und ail 'I In these pedigrees y.,u will find royal breeding Arir Fans. .....,.. p m 7 4 a nt 40 and some to eat Johnny cake. I'm a liver troubles. I liey are small, sueet easily taki and in these ttalliuns )Ou will.ee individual of Lve Lexlugton .. a ocirm RAILROAD. rare beaut) aud as breeders second to none. Send Lve Fans. .. ... , JO p m 7 00 a in 3 4J pro Johnny cakist. There's my train. If and do not gripe. For sale by A. It, Penny. a m I 11 i m )cur mares where Ihey will be pruperly tared for. Lve Falmouth The Great 4 ,, ,, m 9 13 a m 5 a6 p re she comes in to take the next train j'ust Can't SIood Niffhts Arr Covington. C.T SANDIDOK 5 40 p m 1035 a ,n 6 30 p m Arr Cincinnati eee her nhoanl, hut don't encourage her r.hcunT,J,L& 5 jo p m 0 45 a m 6 33 p m THROUGH TRUNK LINE. . . . .. v. .." - . Trains Nos. 11 and la run Sunday onlv between anv. It h a row to see wlio Khali boss, rji. nit s cuxiisn icenicuy r 11 is in e best nrcn To The nnu i..iti..,r.i i.nu:. Unci unaii lunjf trounies. &oiu on and the best man isRoinf; to win. De .iraiiun Known lur an i$c and 50c by A.K. Fenny.a posltite suarantee at "'- s" ni. anu arris eat troit Free Press. cinnaii at m, J 3J Hy addinj: potash lye to flour and wa With On theMaysvllle llranch, No leaves 9. Fan's at r" T. 0iur.iTKiTOTHESizK. It was ti very ter you make a paste the same as by iiu.iw. ii, ai jt, n m . ar. vinn Aiaysvil e at 10 jj, a m, aiid 8 To -- 1 No afi'eetionate husband who uttered tho boilinjr, and to prevent from homing add $&&MM44!i4&4 I a.iSam.arrivtngatFari, at 7 leaves Maasvllla ai ....... most literal interpretation of sentiment one nart salicylic acid to 1,000 of the W Louisville paste. 011 record. To Nashville, no: "I believe," said his wife, proudly, She Was Completely Cured. .w."tfrt. Memphis, to 45 am; except Sundav IMjfcaog-fTtjfcpf'A daughter ol my customer sulfirc'd from sup. some threat instance of his unselfish no. leaves Cincinnati 10 il pressed menstruation aud her health was com- Atlanta, L v.i""""" devotion, "I believe you would let pletely w recked. At mv suggestion she used one 710 pm: except Sunday No. 7 leaves Fiilinoiith 600am; Montgomery, of whirh.. vourself be cut into inch pieces for bottle11... Ilradfield's Kemalr arrises Cincm...,.,. .v. , nan 7 am; except Sunday i ciiicuuci. j. s iiriiuins. u atcr alley, .Miss. I rain Nous .No. 1 run's daily h.twr.n Little Rock. Write the Ilradfield Rec Co., Atlanu. Ga., for me"' .i V II ion anil Cincinnati. No , darticulars Sold hy all drntfEists. The husband looked doubtful. . Mobile and New Orleans. Cincinnati and Lexinirton ril. !aSBVV 'svanV.aT aasnv.SBSBaSBr'llrirrj ."sus a aim o make connection. "Make the pieces six inches, Mary," DRUNKENNESS-TH- E LIQUOR HAB for points on the N N ,V .M. V Hy at Winchester Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. In lie returned, honestly, "and maybe I all the World there la but one jyAJFtCIFlC I M FORTANT -- Trains of .i... as .aa,r. cure, Dr. Haines' Ooldon SpoclHc. at and denarl frnui the Central UnVi,. arrive 1 outn s uointiau-ion- . couitia. sianu it better. Only one change to point, m ItcanbcKisenin a cup of tea or cotree without extracting. I - upstairs. Office on Main street, opposite Forlman House, Nitrous Oxide Oas gnen for painless It is an odd fact and one not generally The Now DiBCOVory. known timt shortly after the idea was You has e hrard your friends and neighbors promulgated in this country to divide talkm; about it You may yourself be one of the irons the whole countrv into sections having manyRoodno know It is personal experience just how a thins II Tim hasc tried 11 ed. It is guaranteed to inse perfect satisiactior, I'rice J cents per box. or money refunded. For sal: by A R. Penur, Stanford, Kj. Itetords ,74. Koaled April iM, Mnpp s I'jrairim Messenger Chief was sued by By HAROLD . of Maud 8., mord 1 . ,.1 Abdullah I'jlot, istdam by Mamhtinn MsHi;sr sd dam '.y Mamhrino Chief. As He sired Maud and s6 more m the 1 o lit. I irst data ,, Messensxr 7 16H: Abel t4, Marvel 1 ti. Man oland, m (,f h Us IIRI.MONI.aiuor Natoood, . ning 1 t'-k- ; itonert II, record 1 js, trial in .. 1 sit, and nther fast one nreutircd to rLomm.xlHir thai nn 1 J im ouag I'uttia. He in firt-r- l Abdullah HM was sued by Alexander's style Rat.s reasonable I100J Dam of Voltaire 1 tn DUndina l.s Masabtiao Chief He Livery and Sample Room, atta' hed .tie ot lles.emor a l Iain of Portion e .u, (sire f MluneMa sited I'ukard 1 Rr,l Jim and others ,,,' !!" "J I' Alexander's Abdallah sir of Utsdyk's of Child Hatolu.two mile ret rd la K..a sire nf Heater .ueil Goldsmith land 504 Maid 7 it: Msjcr I'aUall who in lurn Mred 1. t.raaddamoICoaiMught .irenIC 'Imniorr j j Kfhet McUieRor 17, air of Ilostnic Mt (.rotor (randdamul Vuba s S f iHi Vc, Ac. Uy M,UinRINO CIIIIU DILLIONS SWITCH, KV. St. lilmo. record j jo was sired by Alesandre's sir. of I ajy Tho,. e AMallah, dam said 10 be Hy Imp Ullfialr.,Vi Dealer In Mamhrino Chief, the sire of the teiad dam nf j Dam l'ortia. r UOUIIUCK. I hier. Jr. Goods, Notions, Hats, Gaps j.Messenger Mam'.nuo sired the crcal Lady Iborne 4 Damb) UIIII'P. i(V, and l'atchea; who In tain sired The aSova rooid is no el hl Hwdssn t jiA( and others, in t jo and betlor sva naiwct him '. Roots, Shoes, Clothinc, Hardware. Queen, mnundii so this I'oil. and also sired the dams of Ouy U'iko 1 ijH; KarY AOO will Flaw are, Furniture and a ware. rn.lv the fatoa oa the farm , on WiUes j it aad the dams 15 otaere Hh S. Huns. C records ..f ilsr Creik. K).. mile. u. ., and bettor He will stand the season of ilo at oartlablc ItKhmoad on he I .am aster tumpiVc, near Turaer.rilk at Candies. Cross I ie. At All kinds if I'r .duie taken in ex. hange fur oods. to a Living .'Colt, His I. stnrtur, I isingsti n. k l.!et ci. It. n nmmg two ear il.' ss ill grwe n.are. at 10 .cm , per .l.i r. is (; ;o v tak a.l .,.., hi.-- . 4, r titt rt n, t re""' ,1 , a tt e. ape. ' "' T It' RN M I 4in uum oy imp ;tapoieou. th dam l) Iempest. 6lh dam by Tiicer; ;th danih) I)arnal)'a I)i.. medc, th dam by Cannon Whip. uth dam by j.,l.,ni l.s n. Mainhnno Chief, TAS00, 11799. i. v-1 - Al.dsl-lah;m,U- i.t. vJ. ZEE. KCILTOIsT 17' '"". ,''1 ' ;'' 1 Drj' 1 1 mair k Ccnoral Lino of Groceries, 1 $10 Iusure At S4 to Insure Arthur Sims, 3041, 1 nt . In. i . er Wyandotte, 5526, friends, because the when encegisena 1 d 2 Horses and 3 Jacks. - OLD KY. i H0UTE , PENNY, KErilEX Washington, ! Dentist. WATERLOO, JK 1 ! I , .REMOVED! 1 I t I I I I I I I .. 1 1 1 1 L LL J . j T 1 j & 1 . . 1 . 1 MEETS. ' Johnson e J; AYRES t, fr-- , , T- ioi-y- xPy r.. . c- - -- 1 I C. T. iI Wallace Denmark; 111 - Harrison Chief, Jr.; S Ma-ou-- V- 1 t -- . m V TV 3o-- tf Wanted t..ii 1 iSiv: Kentucky Central R.R. t- iiL-im- I 1 F-- w -s--" O South-Itonn- . 1 atSI5; atSIO Eagle Denmark I I 1 ; . 1 a North-Houn- d. o-- eg f i 1 H 11 & N o . lack-on- . 1 io-- tt ! -- 7 .- -. y- -r --- SOUTH & WEST &&$ ilp iffji -. f H- - P- - - 0 I3j ill' TW"1! . -.- v-, m a itf-t- er JSADFIELDS JkjI FEMALE- REGULATOR Fifi-.ilf.t- - '1 MJlirWzPJBEmr& ru"mMJmma , ;;taing'rr r. b". "' -- - ,u," r.-- T-- , . . at) vENSTRUATI0N rwn t MJMWFii KmumtM. Atlanta ok. iss If WPinil AimxavA'aW speedy and permanent inrougnucKeisanil bagzage & whether the few cents spent for lime or some is a moderate drinker cure, an alcoholic rutient destination reached by a railroad cheeked ,0 anr or wreck. aBBs For full particulai, address any agent I well distributed about Tnoutands of drunkards hate been cured who -. other disinfectant, of the Co. " EMIGRANTS rrrr have taken the Golden Specific in their coffee and other plates where without their knowledge, and your back-yard- s MlNSONVFrav. Y?".iAd,-.C,bc,believe they Seeking homeson the linetof this road saiII receue The publn waited on wi'h neatness and ili.patch of their own freewill. No harmfu-effea. r. B T .lUKSt, Special rates. filth is mora or less liable to accumulate, buit drinking from its administration. Cures guarat thcTonsorlal Art Rooms uf Am results " agents ot this Company for rates, routes 11. K Vl.e.pS;",C',Bd,'vS-- ., anteed. may save you dollars. The 'prediction is dress iti Send for circular and full particulars. Ad. Ac,, or write to confidence SrKctrtc Co., tit. manager, i. -C. l ATMOilF.. O. f. & T. A., .!.. riiuici.iiuii'usn t.i jiiijijn-- . i;i ...:.!.. j ItaceStrect. Cincinnati, O. mill CKNERAI. Loutnlile.Ky. in Foilman HouH" llulldin, . . Stacfoul, K'y Chamber of Commerce OFFICKS: Building, Cincinnati, O. A - o the knowledge of ihe person taking It, effecting a ARKANSAS TEXAS. (''slaB fr7 y ct Got-na- 1 :.. Jess Thompson, W fe' wmm u' 'if kaiJkssisaaJtLi ,nf. laaaaoa - . .JL. as9J