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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890071801 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. T" ' f' V ( M Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. day, Mr. Miller, who is certain to rtm. sent this cniintv In tin mnetltutlourii , pive his views on thet:hatis-- l 08 ni'i'wwary in our fundamental law. a synopsis of which we give below. Any, of our readers wlm wish to take Issw-with Mr. Miller or to make sitetiestt ns on the subject aro invite:! to do so. In the main, howojur, wo think tln wi.l luid Unit Mr. Miller's jvolntt are well taken, but of this we almll hv nv.n- to say in the future: Make a coimtltiitionul Hmitto taxation, state county and inunicipnl. I'mviiie tiKi(in(t executive pardon ! fore tonviction and otherwbm regulate uid restrict pardoning power Reduce the Ucneral Assembly to :50 senators and 70 ruf.seiitntives and place no limit upon the sessions of the General Wsembly, but provide, that the com-p- e iiMition of the members ahull not ox- ceil U) days' per diem. Prohibit all lo- ,d legislation. Almlish the otticea of jailor, ronor. survovor nud county superin-- t iideiit ol schools. Ucdticu the miinlwr of tho Jtutlciu of t'u peace so that ouch county ahull liavo lnt throw until lt population rcache .".""), nhwr which pivu mi additional one. o( KpukiUoii. f ir every .00 iucn.tt Abolish tho quarterly courts and trans-(,- r its business to the justices of tho toim-utiouj Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JULY 18. 1890. chargo of the duties of the important office to which he aspires. He was formerly Commonwealth's attorney in Ids district and it was while servitn: in this position that the foundation was laid for future political honors for him. Ho had always been popular nt home and this popularity began at onc to extend, and it has continued to broaden ever since. is mime is a .synonym for honesty and integrity of purpose, and hi friends predict for him that he will make a successful fl.dit of tt. Loniiville Times. Hon. It. C. Warren, of Lincoln, has announced himself u candidate for auditor. The place he seeks is one of thu most important in tho. Suite government. It requires for its ndmiuistmtiou a mini of unquestioned honesty, thorough and persistent application characteristics that wo believe are embodied iu Mr. Warren and should reooutmund him to the consideration of the .State democracy. The county of his nativity will stand bv him, not because he is of recogthe manner bom, but Imhuiu&d nizes iu his individual worth and fitness a man possessing the att Unites necessary to a clear and upiight administration of the oillce. We take pleasure in adding our mite to the recommendations that have gone foith from his home and other paper and trust that the democracy of the State will extend to Mr. War-ro- d 1 1 i NO. 40 W. H. Miller on Constitutional Law. MonIn hiH peuch ut theCourt-llnus- o McKINNEY. There will be services at the Baptist ' church next Saturday and Sunday. Georula Ann, daughter of William ' Wall", died of measles on the night Of the 4th. Tub Commercial Hotel is doing a flourishing business now. Mr. Good reports 17 boarders, monly railroad bridge ftOYAl P CROYAL. THE F. RILEY B w HOUSE, ilffJ London, One 77 RILEY, Proprietor, - - Kontucky. .jll. thine moved t.. my lotel")amJ am better prepared than ever t u omiuodate the public. Good Lit cry attjihrd an.levrrj eonicnience me a KKASK RILEV. hand. I'yiie 'OLD DRIPPWG SPRINGS' HON. R. 0. WARREN. Some Expressions of the Stale Press on His Candidacy For Auditor. Hon. If. ('. Warren, of Lincoln county, is n strong ittmlidate for Suite audi eitia-bilit- y s t jH'.ll H. b-- t thu justices of the pence and tho tlm . ountv ami probate, jutliw constltuto of miperviaora of tho .Miity bonrd list. iH,uire tho justice of tho ponce nnd unity Judjco to dbcltutvo thu ilutloa of . superintendent of schools. tho circuit court ha vw civil juris. I., ti. m only, with two terms a year, as at present. Lstnldiah county court district) to he miiimmuxI of iwo or more cuntie. s i. U rts in addition to the jnrisaic- now have, Iwve jwrtMlk'-- t m tlnU t t riimiuil and uiiadeuiwuior jii of ah mvi. w t a riuiinal term of the court t.i-iiu intii in cmh comity, wheteby coii'd ho HIT "ti leiwstJ.au SloU.OOOM o in jailers' fee alone, ttit law lietter Mi u. M and Mjnn'inidorleilH-tteriiiaiu-- t lined. Let the judtfen of the i nuitv and pro- h it' onrts h.ie the snm- judefc a lue cin-ui- t court is ll moio than one supr-'.i- e lot them cousi-i- t one of three . The Hrst and the oilier of four t . Iive filial jurisdiction of appenis from i. t' e i utility lourte and the l.wt final the circuit lion of appnh fi" tuts. i:,.,oiii.-tiiH- t the mris ti.tion ol uie .' siharxo tlio duties of assessor. Itfiiiiru tho jtistlciw of the peace to I't It : tor. Richmond Climax. Tho lion. It. C. W'arron, of Lincoln, has aniiomu od himself r candidate for Hiiditor. Mr. Warren is spoken of in very hhih terms by the prtss. Lebanon Standard. Hon. It. C. Warren, of Lincoln, has nunouncod himself a candidate for State auditor and he will make it rather warm for his competitors. Carlisle Mercury The ItfTKHioii JiH'kxvl of Tuesday for, mally announces Hon. It. C. Warren a candidate for suto auditor. Mr. Warren was UiM'oln county's representative in the Legislature and was a valnnble memlier. Columbia .spectator. Hon. Itirhunl C. Warren, reprwenta" live in the late LeuMntiire from Lincoln, comity, is authoritatively announced as a candidate for auditor of the State. It would bo hard to And a more competent mull for the place than Warren, and we fail to goo u hy he should not be the democratic nominee. Richmond Register. Mrs. Lkna Linn;, the handsome and chMrinilti: young widow, of OcooIh, Mo., who is vlaitiuxnt hercou.in, Mr. A. A. delightful call McKlimey's, jMiid us Wednesday, tho wh formerly connect j wjtn a printing otttce in hrr tow nam! enn speak the Hiijm of tbo cinft very W. T. Pyne, of the Arm of W. T. A Co.. of lnlsville, - herv with a force of hands putting rollers hi K. I Tanner's mill. Mis Nannie Ihileyvave a doitght ful social Tuesday ii,t ami although the weather was verv Inclement there won several couples present who eniov- od it to the highest degree. f t r i A crt it K. L. Tanner has bought a fowcrons Ull in leatct n ir of wheat at 75 cents per bushal. Those port Au 17, who have, threhed report a jwor yield. J. R. Green, of Hustonville, is i AKfiH5 r i Referring in Um t renting ed t to I) -- 7- POWDER Absolutely Pure Mi . tlut incr said artn.lt appear hate again leased tlieipuriiji and buildings tl Slmjfhtpr upon ame ccndiuona m eon-- t lined in toriutfr iuate between him and Jamet I.. U llil MARY BELLE ADAMS, Adw, ir.fnrm tht- - pubtfi loan advertisement htuh appeared iiue of ttv Interior Journal in regard to cotutjn at Old Dripping Sprinm, I wili tirmnei ;rirt r( t He- SHALE'S i. I "WELL.!! IKOM Seaonopen June Hith a (".mud Hop on hndaypta, June l)ai, re called at iJ:30 harn. Reduced rates fur hoird d coiue till July tt KATIC IOR the coiiMdonition cess. TO BE that begeta suc- Danviile Advocate. COXTIXrilD. in the neighborhood buying wheat. Miss Linda Coleman, the accomplished daughter of Thomas Coleman, of Piano, Texns, is visiting the amily of John S. Good. Miss .Maggie Itlbb," who has been employed as milliner in tin? lirni of J. K. FogleA Co., of Haitfoid, U back home for a few davs with friends and relatives. Miss Marcum, of near Hustonville, was over a day or two to see Miss Hunter, of HlllslKiro'igh, who is visiting the family of L. F. sharp. Miss Ollie Davion is quite ill with Mux. GREEN-BRIAR FOR SAliEI Contaii.m i Per Week " Day Ot. . ,t T. Lot on Main Street in Staniord re- - Cotta.e Kent, per " Meal ... pr I'av Horct f"l M-, Mom'. . . . rfl '.'.'.. . . .. . .56 oo . I oo 5o VVn-k- Iwi.en House and Lot A T R LTO, A L Stanford .Pw MOUE ,.. 3 00 50 2o.uo at Crab Orchard For Sal;, coosi's spmiras. d A re. Ioih-taand Lot, cofnintinjr of at Crul. Orchard, Ky , and miouu aa thu bla- one Illoel from Depot The hou e firoperty, contain ix tpticioui rooin- -, one lattice xrch, one open parch and portico, oltli all nicenry Call on or addicn I) II. lUlmiiton, Crah (Jrchard, Kt or me at Pinctille, K. hAML'EL IILAIR. At I). j.-- t l Itue i( Democratic Convention. Iu compliance with a call of tho dis trict committee the democrats of Lincoln county are requested to meet at the court-hom- e iu Stanford, Wednesday, July 30, nt !i i'. m., for the purpose of electing delegates to the district convention, to he held at Ijiwieiiceburg Aug. 7, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Congiess in this, the Lndith disT. D. Nkwuvii, Chin'ii. trict. P. W. Vanikli:ii, Secy. MATRIMONIAL AND DRIPPING SPRINGS 17. 1 MATTERS. rtneatlr. Hon. It. C. Warron.of Lincoln county U the anitoituceateut for auditor of nubile accounts. He was a uioinber o( the hut House of ItepreoeutMtiTW.aud noputar with overrotH'. Hois well w ijualifietl for the pojition, n lawyer by profettsion and a gentiotnan of hish integrity. The dmomcr can not lie in j u red by tho selection of snub a man for the vitun of auditor df State. Aruui, Frankfoit. Hon. It. C. Warren, of SUufonl, has announced himself n candidate for Suite auditor, after the matter very se- He will have a nous consideration. strong backini in nil this part of the " ,,uo th co"-- o ,u -- f ti..- 1H...-In h9trnrtH vote. u, ,f ,rm tt,..ichoiU the tate. iU"i uiik wihi mm wo lotinu iruu ne i.r.l or. ..! the towns and cities .r..ii.,i.".i-prf.ne' wrnot. nud expected, at the mmf the proer time, to mnk an energetic m,1h or k ixeiuiHl by tho m "lull canvam for thecoveteil priie. He is a "lame law We hava known i! jurwdivt) n to jxilice creflt favorite with us. Prohll.it him from boyhood, and have always irt(. tl luties of fuund him true to his convictions. Ho t the fieri:! t .' jailer s oiht an tin ji.'u-- 4 of the would make the Suit an honest, faithful Tiiere is and vigilant oitlcur. Central Record. tin- - dilt.eM of cor hum is for county sui ThM Stanford Ixturioh Joiknal ji i neers.tv C'oiiiiii oliWealth'S very forcible iu ottering and pushing .Vliollhli Hon. It. C. Warren, of Lincoln county, ttt 'inej oainriea of the comity attor for Auditor of Statu. He is an able, Jake t i seiiii! ami uniform throushout tho honorable gentleman, and n better setue sllle bo ttxed by UlO Ior-i- s lection could not be made. Marion ate. ,tute. comity has always harutoforo tdood to ( uanj-- the tune of holding the oloo-- t Lincoln and so far as wu know Lincoln us from August to November and lot has always stood to Marion upon every Statu, county or municipal, occasion presented. We aie for him not i Abolish spec only buomisf of his fitness for the place, .e held on tho someday. Mil i il ideetions In cases of vacancies and but for a personal reason. If good wishj. uniies by apiwlntuieut until tho inxt es front the Knterprise will elect him, he tiisuinj annual election. is tho next Auditor of the State of KenlViuianontly locato the cnpltol at tucky. Ho would bo u credit to the lrankfortninl nuiko provision for tho State as Auditor. Lebanon Enterprise. gradual imptoveuient of tho oupitol Hon. It. ('. Warren, of Lincoln county building. has announced himself as a candidate The speaker did not niaintain thoforo for auditor of State. This acttpn has tfoiiij' opinions douniatlcnlly, but been uxjiected for home time aijid does his reprusotitativo capacity, he not cotne in the nature of a surprise. His asked for bubkciMoiis and said ho would friends have been strongly Urging him be governed by tho will of his constitu- to make the race and now that he has ents. entered the field they will take coats off CHURCH AFFAjRS. and work for him from now till the dem ocratic convention in May, ISJU. Mr Rev. Father Richard l l'eehau, Wurron is man of great force of characat Holv Cros, Marion county, was ter, mini of ability and promise. His found dead last Wednesday uveniui; in reputation for honesty and integrity is Ins room nt the Dennisrtn Hotel, Cincinas C. I). as good as the day is long and as a memnati, where ho had lettered ber of the lasttteneral Assembly he laid Walsh. the foundation of his present populariThe Kentucky Holiness Association ty. At home he has always been a fa"JU w.ll hold a mooting at Moroland July vorite and he only wanted tho chance to to A ii 15. As wo understand it tho entirely of Men who extend that favoritism abioad, which he is made up successfully accomplished iu tho lateses-wio- n do not sin, which if true would make Lexington of tho Legislature. t.e membership few and far between. Press. The Kev. V. Mitchell, pastor of tho The auuoiincuinent of .Mr. Warren's Broadway Presbyterian church nt Port on a candidacy is by no mea us a surprise, as Worth, Texas, has been nrroted generally understood that he thaiKoof forj;erv, the amount involved it has been He was unable to procure was cousideiing the advisability of mak beinj: 52,300. ing ttie race, lie is certain to nave a bail and was locked up. The plea will strong, following in the convent ion which be inauity. May. As a member of the The building at Iiethany, W. a., meets next tho foun last Legislating Mr. Warren was conin which Alexander Campbell, diligent, nnd gained high .i... f ttiA Christian ehurcti denoniiua scientious and preached, is to bo removed lwupr for hlinself. He is a man of great tion first isetnn-n- y force of onnractor, a inaii ol experience I oi'ily to the assembly ground at and n mail of allairs, admirably fitted iu Park, near llrooklyn, wjieio it can be every respect for the intelligent dia preserved. . . y--- r latt 1 ipiHlnti-atioii- s- -t tiihil tst-er- u Mr. Chailes Kendall Adams, president of Cornell I'niversity, was mairied recently In London to Mrs. Mary Math ows Harnes, widow of the late Mr. A. S. book publisher, Karnes, the of New York. Mrs. riniik ieslio domes very emphatically that she will marry the Mar ipiis deLeuville and says if she should o or decide to take nuotucr husband it it will be a journalist. .Mrs. Leslie is a very sonsiblo as well as a very pretty wowell-known Our houe is now well filled with guests nnd for the next few day- we can only give new nrrivals cots. we have our Grand Phantom Party. Lancaster, Stanford and Crab (Jrchard people invited. Wa.ntkd. A young lady or gentleman immediately to piny accompaniment on piano for tho entire peason. Will Iward and pay a fair price. About two boms' work per day is all that is 1). U. Slai'liitrk. Kespt.. To-nig- To the Editor of the Interior Journal. Hotki, Kat did, July Farm For Sale. old Lewi i!e pnt ately m) I inn ktiou n 1 the I.u'ietor.l pi.ii.e nt ir the tM ,,f ,n au,j Lnc..ter piWr, and running nrarlv t. Dix Kitcr, It it well impntteil, has cnntaininK 112 Acres cittern, in. I tl.e In die in a fine state of (Jail. n or addre-- t me :it Gilberts Creek, ciller for el K .n i6-- m S . WITHKRS. beuntiftiT and Spnu;t are situated ,n Dix nwr, '., milts eai ol Stanlurd. They are of the purest chahbeote water. In the days of the old proprietor, Moses Cook, our ancestors spui't many happy hours hire, gaining health and bnppuitf. l'or invalids 1 Iim.w of no more healthlul waters, and for pleasure lvurs it hat no equal. I'here was never a cooler, more detizhtfnl board in; house away from the noisy city and free from the mimical atusjuito. With u new boat and plenty of fUti, much pVasure can hu obtained on the waters of old Dix mer. Our bpririgs open on the arthufj nne. Kates of beard, UeginniDc July I'er Week s oo IV r Day . I'er Meal ,0 Per Month i0oo Comfortalbp stable for horses at I3 per week or 50 cents per day. Come and stay one week and 1 leel sure tou will stat the susoif. Correspondence solicited. J K. COOK si mi The nf C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, TANKOKD. KV Wellt drilled to order and Puaipt luruuhed at fartory price. jo li1;:-;- I. M. BRVCE, , sals ,',:;: feed ::;,:::, , STAN KURD, KY. SPECIAL A Correction. ) A. E. GIBBOISTS, ! traeter Only first-cla- ss ' ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL Horses and mutes bought and. sold. horses and vehicles used 111 liserj. (To the Editor of thv Interior Journal Dealer In jud-t-s- jui-ml- 1 iMeehin.-...,uliiinl!H,ll-"Jw- o! ! . . -- I..-- .h-ha- r i . 1 J.-..- . man. An Indianapolis woman, who has been ei.'ht times divorced is 37 years old and ciiuio from a family noted for its ill-- ; vorcas. lltr luomer nmi six ut voices and is living with bur seventh husband. An nuclt and two aunts have each been They are still innrriud five tims. young. Njiiirt Masslo l'ensley. of Aberdeen, sends Crnddock his photograph and wrl'.es: "The number of marriages I have othciated nt since April, 1S70, to July 1st, 1S!K), as shown by my lecord, la 1,121. and since Jan. 1S!H), I havo to th) number of 72 marriages up to July 1st. olli-ciute- xl All a mistake about my beingknocked down at Holdam'n- - Mill Saturday, or elsewhere. At Bee Lick Chuppell accused uie of misrepresentation and I told hiui it was infamously fule and took one of my running goes at him, but before reaching him I was caught and so was he and not a blow was struck. As to the truth of this I refer to the 100 voters present. I spoke that night nl Holdam's Mill ami had no opponent. At Heo Lick both parties demeaned them- 8eVl,8 ,ikt. j.aftllt knights and he ap peared as willing to tight as I, which mil PKPERS. PEWTS & , OILS. HARRY A. EVANs, . ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, STANFORD, KY VARNISHES, ETC DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Engineering and Survejang in all branches. means he displayed considerable eager-neFo.vrAiXB K. Hoisbitt. Corrohoration. The matter is not one of great imporA s. WALL I'U'KU AVI) PKCOKATIOVs. the Urg-et- t and most complete tock m Central Kentuckt, decoratious with all the latoil and most arti-b- c known to the trade Koom Moulding and WinThis nnt.r. dow Shades in endless tanett PKIChb THE others not to r.irau.ivti. k..ntu. fishermen and trepiss on our land without p er- n LOWKST AND WORK THE BEST. An mission, as nil sm.h will he prosecuted to the ull- inatinn is kindly solicited beforv orders are est exiuui 01 tne law binned I ant a placed D.V.HOLMES. Dr P AV. LOGAN, PHILKERT RICHARDS JOSH ADAMS 1. . J " 5'cKINNE .'.,.Mr. ALICE TUCKER JOS. IIALLOU. Titos, C HALL. W. A HAMILTON POSTED. ex-a- -- - I 3 t a w ma (sHy-s- Is v "WHS" M C. REYNOLDS ITOTIC33. We art standing tance, but in order to protect our Crab Orchard correspondent from a charge of misrepresentation, we publish tho following from Bee Lick from an eye witness: the Clark Cash hore atour.su-l.l- e at Mi Kiuney at 510 to Insure a Living jColt He is v.ll bred and a No foal getter,. Money due when mare 19 parted with or bred to another hnre. Lieu rUmed on all colts till money is DUNN & TANNER 1 "After about wiumsL'ivos ."i0 voters had congregated f- li- vi-v- unuer ine simile ol tome white oak trees the speaking began Mr. Chappoll led otl with a 2.. or speech, which was to the point and made a good impression on the - NEWCOMB HOTEL. f I FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. .500 1..-- o recou-niiii- K 11 11 Foil Sale. :;00 stock ewes and wethers, liivens tV: Cnrftr, .Moroland. ciowd Then followed the Hon. llobbitt Isaac Herren lought of ltockcastle with a scattenng speech of ono hour heif- !.....! , parties IS head of 2 and , iw iimmii-.TitiiiL-uutt !. ...:,,....., ... !.!..!. juovuti someers ami stoers at 2 to 2 cents. what nauseating before lie closed. He Roger luuly, who lwught Wuveley, began by telling tho people of the ninny the fnimof tho late Uavid Humphries iu important bills he had passed while a Woodford, sold 12.1 acres of standing member of the Kentucky Legislature. hemp at "fiS per acre. He also leased Then betook up the financial condition his farm of 100 acres for three years at of Lincoln county and handled Judge t.100 per year. Yarnoti without gloves, and when he Cattle &re dull iu Cincinnati with got through ono could hardly tell wheth' a good to choice shippeis at I to 4. From er he was rumiiug for county judge or that the price runs down to lj for very justice of the peace. Mr. Chappoll recommon; hogsareeasy with .I.SOfor tops; plied in a speech and during sheep are steady at 2J to 4:; lambs are his speech made the remark that Dobbin dull at Hi to 7. had misrepresented things all along the Yates Hudson bought in Louisville line. Hobbitt took this as an insult nnd last week live extra nice work mules, arose from where ho SsMassslsssM'HssssssCV' S I '"' was sitting, some il ST- - PsskssVssssssCsssPlksrJZM about 10 hands high, for l,0o0. 1.. W. 20 feet from Mr. Chappell, and said lie Lee bought of I). L. Moore, of Ander would not take the lie oil' of any man cat son county, 114 head of and advanced toward Chappell Mr. tle at jflLtto. Danville Advocate. Chappoll seeing he had a tight on his .S.uitaline, at Lincoln county horse, hands, threw oil' his coat and met Mr. ?HliBlrinffriiV? was badly beaten by Attious, a 10 to 1 I5chb.t on the half way grounds, and scrub, at Chicago, tieorge Wheelock, while Mr. Hobbitt was niakiugan attempt the plunger, who had bet $10,000 on .., .,.:i... m... ... it ...!.i. i HUSTONVILLE, KY. ' V, him, charged that ho was pulled and de- - Cluiiipvll proved .", HU" " s "" urto bo too nuick for l,,m Are itill in the business and rea'y to do niauded nn investigation. i. was proved iu the Undertaking lini-- . We hic a full extended bis right foienrm. strikim? bet si.oOO on and stock of Cases and Caskets of all kin.U and Rohes .', that tjantaline's owner Isobbitt in the chest with such force "s of etery descnptisn Our hearse, which linearly this was taken as evidence tlin1 i in Mr obtained on to cause him to lose lu.s eon br uni nnd new can becharge nfrur short notice will J. If. show business and Grefii has ;.he fell backward down a I win. he was our Roods to any one needing anythini; in our hi of to aiiuie ine .' , . from Cndlatiu says that 64. tf -- Mvh.L, i w uuilS IltWI n U n I.u.imur HuJ nnn incm tV..SJ "' "v iu MSIVMIWt.t WVI..- UUI !, 1 ha.nl ' 81' old Albion Jockey Club rotinda, of 100 lly.in: some ilvo or six feet in the intend; tobtook acres near that city, and ' mr. (Jlir IirSt impression una concus it with fine blooded horses and to erect sion of tho brain, i but fortunately we stables upon tbo grounds for the purFEMALE-.REGULAT- OR find no greater derangement of mind pose of training horses tliinnli tho winthan there has been for many ter Tho track, one mile, has been con- Friends inteifered and quietude years airain sidered the finest in the South. reigned in a few minutes and .Mr. C hap- IJAjPtCIFIC pen continued his speech as it muti.ing Sinall-pois raginu' in portions of had wem red and Hobbitt sat iiuuth and listened with patience as if Cometh mi; 3lexico. ii-sr- ni I AVtAXI i liait occnrrci. The neonlu were will Tim Keilernl L'nveriinienL ...i'...:i. iKJl - t... pleased with .Mr. Channel! us their ran i..(i; nt r.flivimvi ""MONTHLY SICKNESS j" .'i didatiiin this 'part of tho district and we IF TIVVAI.N QURVMn HHAKGt Cc UIE V this is tho time of pro- fiscal year-a- nd Mtlsflwl hnt VPry inie CRtM QfHGERSU!TtRm3WliBEW0tQtQ TO"NnMkii'lWJMrfiS found peace, and when tho nuniialiu - willsupnort hitiiut the Ausiist election. JioaJt i tRADFIELD REGULATOR CQ. ATLANTA BA, como is about sfHJ.WU.guw. S. C. P." - cj MT. VERNON, KY. 5- "? cr: This old and well-knoHotelis still maintain Charges reasonable. Speing its fine reputation. cial attention to the tra cling public At. V NEWCOMB, Prop, St-t- l Mt Vernon, Ky. C. Ij. lias leased one rl the tiM'sat Pence -- crow general track ai'd rull run Ar, Farns j - X O' Breaking and Training Stable. He has had surriucnt ..rperieiie- - to make lum an expert in the bitMne'. and Jus ruts will be err CJise him a share ol .ur patronase. reasonable hi THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, No Hotel In if&i if lieI RPAnrjFI Proprietor Kenfuky his a better reputation, and its proprietor is determined that shall be maintained. at1 1,200-poun- d He has recently Jed to its appointments Pool and ISHlinrd'Parlors J. T, STTTTOIT & CO., A s Livery Stable First-Clasany-thin- s -- .... ... T V x To accommodate the demands of his increased transient patrnnaze. llest turnouts furnished Commercial Travelers and ethers. .... $50 HEWARD Found Cutting1 Timber or On the following 'I he t f ". I will pay n Reward of Fifty Dollars for information on contutiun ot any unauthorized person Dani-aging-any Improvements property: ' i.qilli-HHfiiMf- . Ms. 0i$B tuilTAUU4itfaja. M Uwu-joro- t , (arms at Highland known as W A Cash's, Inn Hutchison , licnrge llauh's, Ilaslin Heirs' 11 P oun, I b YounK'sliacreplace.W. Ter-- ' Win Long's V. Hutchissm's 40 acre farm, At Cox s tjnp Ircemai) and R K. Ilarren timber trails on Buck Creek, 07 acres, John Turnbiill's, 5l7.11.re, John runn's, 3oj acres, M.J Harris' go acres, H. . wur . 100, acre. John Andersons, 14 acres, W ili Harris' 517 acres, Freeman', toe acres, m.i.hi-ui- i tract, aim loim's tnrm, Hryant A c.ocV. tarrn, lo Urns' larm, on Ofade R.le. . acres, Hen! MilWV ll.nr l,ll,'. ... Stephen llurch's, jja u'm, D. It. KdmiUnn's iraci, airoup noun, .ona2t near depot at Crab Orchard, Hotel, Cottaui. and storehouse at Otteu-heiJ. OrfEXHEIMER, io,om- Agent iot Uwners. rj'. 1 1 'll"".Jol'trev'Sfurni. nnr,t n 1 ) 1 A . fa 'jr ' r. f. V r .4-w- S llhy, haihy don't set in a fwry, wagons about brinclm: the female sovor Your molkor't Rone to trit on tht Jury. M o gu tu the ihJI s; that th y go to canon This is the chorus of a new nursery es, ward inectiiik:, wrestle with the song composed and set to music by James parade the Stanfop.d, Ky. Ji'iA IS, 1890 brethren in conventions T. Hackley, of Lincoln county, the chief processions", and in j t . streets in musician of the woman suflragist-prolu- tiiat men a word do everything It is to be whisky and bition party of Kentucky. sung nfter the election of Mrs. Henry by political excitement tire in the habit of x. all the voting daddies in the .State beWe no Goods, Shoes, Clothdoiiii; n election day. tween 10 and 12 o'clock at night. It is DEMOCRATI6 TICKET. Oil Woman fcUlIVuge, outside of Wyoming beautifully illustrated. The frontispiece seems to be the especial bantling of the For Superior Judge, JOSEPH 1URHOUK consists of a picture of a young man. prohibitionists. They believe, or affect " AppflUte Clerk, V W LONOMOOK to clad in ashoit petticoat, with a night " County Judpe, THOMAS W. VAKNO.V to, that they can ride into power and to to we cap on hi" head. Across hi lap is PAXToN, County Attorney, JOSEI'H abolish all the saloons by the help of the spread a cloth which loons very much " County Clerk, GEORGE II. COOPER. chamwe lead, of female vote. They are great believers in " Sheriff, J N'MENEFEEj like a large white pocket handkerchief. which, we do. statistical arguments, and anent this de " Jailer, SAMUEL M. OWENS; His left arm is wound- like a snake lusion we give them the following histor" Astcxor, E. D. KENNEDY, " Sup'tcf Common School, W K. UcCI.AHV ical and statistical facts: Woman suf- around the writhing, struggling form of a squalling infant, while with his right " Surveyor, HARRY A EVANS; frage has been allowed in Wyoming hand he is endeavoring to thrust a nursCoroner. ARCH CAKSON about 20 years; the female voters are ing bottle down the little mooter's nearly equal in number to the male vopicthroat. It is a touching, home-lik- e Woman in Politics. ters; the women, we are sorrv to say, of The problems involved in civil gov generally vote; in proportion to popula- ture, so suggestive of beautiful, tender, and its correct administration tion then are a greater number of sa- suppressed cussin'. Tiie glare of the eminent t have ever been and will continue to be loons and more whisky used as a bever- eye, the knotted, drawn brow, the to difficult of solution. The necessity for age in Wyoming than in Kentucky; and clenched teeth all indicate that the arbacked, by by interpreted the noet: for the i Home sort of government is found in the while the prices of all the necearie.s of tist has very nature of every human being. Ev- life are about twice greater in Wyoming et, instead of writing selah every ery man is, in a smaller or greater mens than in Kentucky, yet the price of a sa and then, has written the more expret-- 1 give words, "You d n little cuss '" The ure, by turns a Dr. Jekyll and a .Mr. loon license is about Iew. song promises to have a great run and Hyde. He understands this truth, and We are profoundly convicted both by in his better snoods he makes a compact the reason of the thing and from all in- our business manager, who is practicing with every other man by which the re" formation we can gather that woman on it, says that the melody of a line soto pressive influence of society may be ex- suffrage will end in evil and evil only. prano male voice, united with the deep line-wil- l of a female, will give "allliction a1 goods of ercised toward all alike. No form of It hardens and masculinizes a woman bass grace and reconcile man to his lot." to to government everdevised has been found and we greatly fear it would result in her adequate to the end designed, and the debasement. If any man or set of men Seikktaky 15i.ai.sk has written a letter reason lies upon the surface: the crea- (Would, simply for the sake of an expect to Senator Frye on the evil results that ture cannot arise above the Creator. Dis- ed party advantage, entice a woman into will follow the adoption of the McKinley content becomes rife because of theneed an arena where there is every temptaHe urges Senatariff juggle as a law. of a perfect government and the inabili- tion to soil the purity of her character refuse to abolish the revenue du tors to ty of man to frame one. devolutions and blunt the delicacy of her nature, he . . ilM llllll ty on sugar, anil, MlklMHII to llt gloand rebellions ensue, which become or they would deserve the maledictions price of free trad ewith the West Indies L0JJW'r (l11 OOlCCt Willi US. UUT Oil ill UllU IS W ClOUt' Out OUf immCUSC rious and patriotic according solely to of his kind. What Kentucky needs in UCCOmptlSll tlllS pOI'llOll OJ and South America Healsosaya "Our StOCtt. 1ms been the measure of success which attends the inner circle of social and moral life, foreign market for breail stulls grows two. them, and not according to thegoodthey is good mothers, not statesmanship. No narrower. (.Treat Britain is exerting evmay bring or the evils they may re- young man wants a for a ery nerve to secure her bread supply Main Street, Stanford, Ky, 31. move. sweetheart, no married man wants a pot- from India, and the rapid expansion of Content with their form of govern-irfen- house politician for a wife! Leastwise, gives us a powpeople tax their energies in devis- this is the sentiment in Kentucky and the wheat area in Hussia The Tennessee democrat are having erful competitor in the markets of Euing the ways and means of its proper a h. o. t. Buchanan, the farmers' canOld Virginia, God bless them both rope." These are alarming facts and it Questions of principle, of didate, succeeded in organizing the consaid that if the bill becomes a law Tin: prohibitionists, after numerous is expediency, of organic construction are vention and the tlrst ballot stood, Ihuh-annhis protest, Secretary Illaine will ro- ever uppermost in the public mind, and and sundrv attempts to get some one to over 7H; l'attertou, 37!; liuxtcr, --'''T. a brief period of repose from the resulting run against Judge Varnon, have at last 1'- - Necessary to a choice, M riiii-niirvfor nnil mtr tint mm .,. . ... anxiety is as welcome as the shadow of succeeded. They have also put out a .. ..v,.,.. ....-, Balloting w.s icstuned Wednesday and presidency in lSitt. Ho is by longi a great rock to the traveler. To con- - candidate against W. II. Miller for dele- the odds the greatest man in his party and ' eight were taken with no materul structto maintain, to administer a gov gate to the constitutional convention, has a knack of casting an anchor to change. Oreat diorder characterized the eminent is a great burden a burdei: against It. u. cooper lor county cierK windward proceedings and every etlort wits made at the most opportune time. which exacts something more than in- and,Sain M. Owens for jailer. No nomto down the leader, which seemed at telligence, something more than con- inations have been made for the other The president signed the silver bill as last accounts to be approartung science, something which does not find ollices, either because they ran out of vnnn ns it reached him anil he and Stcre- FoiUKRK came out of hi, tomb its counterpart or its response in female material or becaiiFo they only chose tnrv UMn.loi.1 at once annroved debits character, unless the female be an Ama- to tight those whom they think most oh- - for the new Treasurv notes, which will neh,,a.v lon "ouKh l0 art ns zon. A woman in politics! In justice noxiou to them. The gentlemen who dinVr from the ..reviotis issues in bear- - rimlrinnn of the State convention it Cleveland. He made a but it to herself, to the name she bears, to the are thus marked for the wreakiugof prot... ,..,.iD .r.,;,..i on..uf i ..,,-. .... pt ...v ........, was so unlike the former Foraker that it history she adorns, to the virtues she il- hibition displeasure have attended to oa" instead of simolv "l.Tnited States. lustrates, to the graces she personates, their duties faithfully and conscientious- Thev will sav on their faco that thev are wad hardl-- recognisable, so meek and ly and the sole cause of their odending redeemable has she any businebs there? in coin, and on their buck lowlv has he become. A cut and dried Misguided people, who would thrust lies in the fact that they have not feit it that they are illegal tender for all debts, ticket was nominated and the adntiuis- tnitinii intlnr(.Mii ml nuitvoam. upon her the noxious, the HHuomnnhi gift their duty to seek ami follow the advice public and private, rortraits of of suffrage, delude themselves with the of the few malcontents, who are monkey- tary Stanton will appear on the ones; Tiie last issue of the Frankfort Capital platitude that she has as much right to ing as the "Godlemighty" party, bent on (Jen. Thomas on the lives; Gen. Sheri- is as big a all out doors. It contains be- COLLARS AND ClTITS participate in the affairs of the govern- refbrming the world and then taking a ian on we tens; Aumirai rarragui on . . ., . , rtf ,jV .. lloiiul l . M. IIHI CllllO IM I ment which uontrols her and her proper- wlmck at Heaven. That thev are not .1 one l 1.. f. ..!.. uuiuiruus aim yo. .icuc uu matter, tlif title niHI ty as a man has. In the same sense she governed by principle, but spite, in their uie one thousands. The two, twenty and nml cflected v opses of the aits pased by the late has a right a cold, legal right to chop actions, is too plain to admit of a doubt wni h makes it dollar notes have not vet been de- - eral referen.-e- . wood, to dig coal, to plow, to brake on a anil that their object is to harass and upon; but it is probable they will y valuable n a ready freight train or to ride straddle. Prop- destroy the democratic party is equally contain portraits of Hen. Mcl'lierson, erly and even decently looked at, the as evident. This being thecasethe time William Henry Harrison anil For Sale- -- Brick Residence question is not one of right or even of for conciliation is past and the watchMorrill respectively. The In whi h I now iiv. nt Mam trrt mi the t utiiit itckn natheOwilti liJ i., privilege. To a man who cherishes the word should hereafter be, "War to the law goes into effect Aug. W ! J f! Court ssart., &taorl mother who bore him or loves the wife knife and the knife to the hilt" against MAIUMOX HtANK prohibition party, which is who cleaves to him, it is a question both the , John D. White is not helping the JAS G. U1VLNS J of reverence and of propriety. As just as hostile to the democracy as the repub- cause of Judge Tinsley to any alarming GlYESS V observed, the maintenance of a govern- lican party is. In fact some of its isms extent. He sneers at the fact that he REAL ESTATE, ment is a burden, a grievous one, and. and dogmas are fully as repugnant to was nominated by storekeepers and ganif not of necessity, certainly by practice, democratic principles as any of those of gers and intimates very plainly" that the - a very dirty one. Voting and holding the republicans and could only be advo-cite- d object of the race is not so' much to win Lou, ofiicj are among the means commonly d by women, long- us to raid on watchships. He Town or Mjd Cml, lm nd IinUr Land bought on Oummiicn. Ccrrepondii. oVittil employed to put the machinery of gov- haired men and other disgusting crunks. moreover says.that Mrs. Henry is the ernment in motion, and in the exercise We refer especially to woman suffrage, best man for the place and everybody of these means is generally found the the result of which would be to lower, ought to vote for her. His sole object THE CQKHERCIHL HOTEL BY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OF heaviest sprinkling of tilth. The burden debase and unsex those whom every when thinking of entering the race him- J. B OWK.NS, Manner, is obviously a inaHcitline one, and he true man delights to honor and want.s to self iv In linvo tho w:iv in loavinc a - Kentucky. who would shift it upon the shoulders keep pure from the contaminating influ- clear Held for thu woma'n and eleotinei Harrodsburg, " of a female has no call to berato his ence of politics and the besotting sins at- her with the republican vote. Every l t) ta I ppu'jr h I4krn chra neighbor who makes his wife curry his t tendunt upon it. They would hav our line of the interview with Mr. White, and intanj t rut it in a ftrit c!.i" n innrr in cirn Mpcrcd .tnd p.i.iit.tt t r ll i. if.in wives, our tasters and our daughters which appears in the l.ouisville Times, .fi to tmttciu, the tiJi'lug i '.einjt rmo t horse or black his boote. n . tifon t incite it tktf.m .Suffrage is not, and never was, by any ero i to the polls with th prostitutes shows that he is disgruntled over the ttvtrthug do..e ablt f'.r 4jet ThH' li ll nn-.nria. J It. oW tXs government, held to be an inherent and tile k'tionint ami vielnnq nf Imtli nil- preferment of Tinsley and will not lend ed by taUii) tln auoii and take them from their high estate his linen in the race that is to take all of right, as some of the zealous ajtoatlos of woman's rights rather loudly proclaim. to grovel in the dust of partisan rancor the union democrats into thu cttinp of and paity rows, and add another to the the enemv. It issitnply a privilege conferral by such of its citizens as it many causes that create family rows and GINGHAM, OUTING FLANNELS, Col. II. T. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY The chronic old may deem can most wisely and fitly ex- thu alienation of husbands and wives. bOMilon oiiimih Sfjit. 10, 1KIIO. Jacob, who ran against Tom Henry for ercise it. If it were a right, then it The simple contemplation of the evils was ignomiuioublv Three Colleges. Thirteen Departments. n babe as that would result from the enfranchise- appellate clerk and would attach to thu defeated, claims that he is still a demo- Classical, Scientific, and Commercial ment of women is enough to disgust any fixedly and inviolably as to the man ot crat, but has written to Judge Tinsley Courses. Expenses moderate fi8o to 21 years. If it were a right, then the but the most blinded and Attendance last session 3:6, from him, because 5240. 25 states and territories, citizen of Boyle county could vote in prohibitionist, and ought to drive every saying he will support govern- ior full information and catalogue, addresc Lincoln county, or the citizen of Texas sensible man from the suppoit of such comradeship ami not democracy ed the late convention which nominated L. H. BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor in the State of Kentucky. The right to a party. Democrats of Lincoln, are you Woodford Longmoor oyer Col. Matt Adlife, to liberty and to property are the going to sit idly by and see this blind recognized inherent rights wherever the nesst'.qf.folly and political madness get a ams. Col. Jacob is a very nice democrat indeed. He runs against the party's nomIs more complete than any time this season. common law has taken root, and these lootnoiu in your county: i;o you ininee when it suits him to and refuses to may be exercised and enjoyed anywhere tend that this party of hate and spite, support others that are' not made to his in this country, regardless of age, sex or composed in the main of order. The fact that sucl a man has residence. But voting or holding an of- renegades and miserable nonentities, written such a letter to Judge Tinsley fice is a inero franchise, which gov- shall triumph over the democratic will not help his cause or increase his ernment may grant or withhold at its party and tho excellent ticket it has following. pleasure. In no republic which ever ex- put out? If you do not, shake oh" your is the isted, in no State of this Union, except lethargy, awaken to the importance of Dr. Kelley, a Methodist preacher, the barren municipality of Wyoming, the hour and rally as one man to its who was nominated for governor by the recently admitted for political effect, support. Tennessee prohibitionists, has created a has woman suffrage ever prevailed by Col. T. H. Arnold is firing hot shot sensation by declining tho honor. Tho permission of law. into the city.councilmen for rejecting his bishop was preparing to'lill his place as historical fact that it is a bid for the city printing and giving it to pastor at Gallatin, while he gave up his1 the legislature of Wyoming passed the the Democrat, a paper but three weeks sacred calliug to pursue the phantasmaoriginal woman suffrage act in a drunk old, at higher prices than the News, with goria of politics. The doctor has deen frolic at the close of a session, but a largo and established circulation, offer- cided wisely. The moment a preacher happily the legislature of no other Terri- ed to do it for. At this distance it does doirs his clerical robes and dons the poAre headquarters for by the Lexington tory has ever got drunk enough to fol- look like the man who has borne the' litical livery his influence for good ends low suit. Tho influence of women in burden and heat of the day has very se and saint and sinner alike become susMills Co., Lexingpolitics and the practical working of fe- rious cause for complaint. picious of him. ton, Ky. sale by all male suffrage can be observed in that Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! I3uy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel borrough by those who Oi'R per capita for schools this year is first-cla- ss sparsely settled The democrats ot Matlisouicbave very Grocers. are doubtful or anxious for information. sensibly decided not to give a republican $2.'2o for both black and white, an infail to use Cream Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those no Our information is that women in that a walk-ovfor delegate to tho constitu- crease of 10 cents over last year. It has State 6ell their votes just as do men; that tional convention and named a candidate been climbing right along for years and good plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to if you they hire out to the best paying party, in the person of K. H. Crooke, who is is destined to reach, if not exceed, any Cook. do good work, tor no sale Ask your neighbor. and and on election days drive buggies and said to be a capital man. State in the Union similarly situated. Crui Wnnil V hnrninn Innnuni I LIUUAU VU AHHL' UCim- - 1 LLftL K J torch-ligh- WE ARE CHAMPIONS' i m ! W. P. WALTON. inn ! J 11 j - doubt of it. There is are champions in the Dry ing, Hat, Trunk, Garnet and Cloth trade. First, for selling the best goods for the least money; second, or selling at the loivest prices; third, for allowing you exchange anything you buy if yon are not pleased; fourth, hare sell, both in the store and in for truth telling in regard what the paper. There are dozens other tilings in which for the you know as well as pionship, A Long Rim Makes a Short Jump, nnvly"'tw' The steady, healthful growth of trade in all the departments of our businsss has proven that the casn system, conducted, in a fair and, square business like man tier is he most satisfactory the masses. Under this long experience, leading rule, excellent goods and low uniform 1 We Have Attracted and Pleased All classes of people and at the present rate of increase we'll hare snread out and enlarge all our departments. Buyers of any in our find it greatly their interest visit f THE lO LOUISVILLE the greater STORE on display. cut Manager. 11 are w m ind select from the many attractive bargains tiiat are SAI-INCIK- rices j our slock R, half ward-bumm- er t, ! . MEN'S WEAR. I ! -. 1 '."'Clothing, Shoes, tn."T Hats, Neckwear, Flannel Shirts, Pine Dress Shirts, ftr,i evil-th(ien-rlfte ! v ex-secr- , ., 1 At,.-iiibl- ' - 1 "pno-tit- c .1 Everything Suitable for the Season. STAGG & McROBERTS. d 5 imU'IQN. Plneville, Kentucky. ici-y- short-haire- still-hous- e r he I rv-'t- I - t r - ..' I . m t--s Central University Goods sore-hua- new-bor- W one-idea-e- d j Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &c, SEVERANCE & SON. Mi i j sore-heade- d The BEST FLOUR CREAM For ! well-know- n FLOUR want a happy HIGGINS & M'KINNEY made Roller Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Linie, fto. er Don't Flour Bread JP , , U .. i' j 7 N Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal July 1 Huy v'Uu screens for doors and dows of Slno A Menpfeo. win- - Tim evnngolist, M. II. Witrlaui,wntrs fa m., Ho.. Johx Yocw P.kown, democratic cnndiduto for ogvornor, will spenk at back to the shoemaker's trade here, c WAUTON,uus.MnnnRer Faculty of Conservatory and Normal School teacher. Kxcellent tf,js Woek. The re- - Danville. next Mondnv, county court fc(,0 jjjs 0j(j fr,L.n,js was too much for him and to day, at 1:30 and at Stanford tho next hoarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction thorough. Send ntlon MEANS BUSINESS. connUrflr.t it le ptl gloriously .irnnk. day, 22d, xt same honr. if yon want tn for Catalogue. hoar an orator, who is an orator, come Tho amount of his tine wa in. Yk vmir accounts. I mean you II. IV nny. and hear Mr. Drown. Tux stock holders of the Cumberland Watuiks nml jewelry repaired and Mks. PiicLrs, wife of 1'helps, Yalley Und Company held their annual A.v Artist. Will Dunn, the yonni! A. K. Penny. warranted. died at her home at Itowland, Wednes- inoeti'ns here Wednesday and elected "" w,' ww to happiest when he TiiKbist plnt'o to buy drugs, patent day, of typhoid fever. Hor two lnimh- - tho followitiL' directors: 'judj;e Jtobort ' writing che k. spent some of his idle is at A. It. inediiinert nnd toilet articles teis are also very low with that disease. liovd, .Indue Yincent ItoreinK, James nioinents in jail drnwinu pictures of his I'eimv s. lirvvmir Hchnol books, ink. tablets, prisoners. His latest work is a I). S. Caiimintkh, of Somerset, will be W.'Fox. .1. -- . Hocker, W. a. Welch, My stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry are now on exhibition. The paper, jienvilH and school supplies of all tho C.ov. J. It. McCiearv, W. P. Walton, It. Hfo size crayon of Wils Jennings, kinds frmin A. It. IVnnv. in Huston ville on the ISth and will reHarlan county desperado, which is a stock is new, of the lntest styles nnd of the very best quality to be found. main a few days. Thee indebted to 15. Whitridueand J. A Cmft. The diPERSONAL POINTS." u. n.m ihi.u, Call and see it before buying elsewhere. i inib,J .MiUko All work WARRANTED to liimare expected to settle their accounts rectors then met anil is on exhibition in tho courthouse vesti HoreinL president and J. S. Hocker sec Mp HhrTiK Hori'iiii, of Lebanon, is wit hont further delav. Fine watch repairing a specialty. buie. Ho made the picture in two min give satisfaction or money refunded. retarv and treasurer. vinting Mrs. Kd Carter. does by the watch. Tin: MisMitv Fooi.u, of Lobnnon, Is tho and I 1st of July it has a come nnd :one Mil L. II. Haxsby, of this city, hs utes devote his entireIt's a pity he that not attention to would tnke as special faror if .1. Mclloborts. eiivtiif Mrs. II would eall and settle. oryxnixetl a base ball tenm, comiosel of line. those who owe nie ' Miss M w lli:ut has returned from Iloittu do not nn.'lect this as I neotl the the best home talent, and it will bo Cincinnati imij Sa. The .Kentucky .GO TO. mt to Miss .lenule MrKinney. Mr. Central will known as the "IMack StockiiiL's." money. Mrs. Kxte Duddernr. run a special train to CinMhh. Da. run Ituiti is recovering Itainsey has jierfected arrangements cinnati Sunday leaving Kow land at 5:30 from ijuit" a severe spell of nick lives. Two preinimns will bo iven at the with the Chautainpia Assembly wherelry a. h. and arriving at 11 o'clock. The Miss M ttik Dbnm, of (iarmrd. is tho IIiiBtonville Fair next wtjjjk, which were ho will pet the use of Woodland Park fare for the round-trifrom all points nf her nistcr, Mrs. J. S. I locker. Runt omittotl from the catalogue. J. P. Crow for the ies. of the season. Lexington betue"ii Howlaiiil and Richmond will Mim J i.n silt CoXY, of Owens liro, is will trive :0 for the best colt of his Amonu be only SU and beyond that point Sl.oO. dispatch in Louisville Times. iKit mi; nt Iwr uncle, Mr. J. M. Hill's. "3XODEI. GROCERY" Chirf and I. F. v'teelo h for tho tho clnos namel to play Ramsey's IMack Thirteen hours in the city give ample Mi. It. (iti.vus Ciuim went to Cmb best silk quilt. Stockines is the Ixtiiiioh JoniNAi- - but time to tnkii in the tnntir .is Well On liard, Tuesday, to sponi! a week or .1 - , Hailt, tlxcllreloll to Danville Fair. Mr. S. S. Myers, of wo opine our boys have had et.oigh of arf re in traveling. which will only be L'o cents extra. Don t Mr. M. F. AHiirtKLU, of Rlfhinoiid. Suinfoni, secuiwl the entire privilege of checkinf! all tjneae, feeding and coverMk. K. T. Fostek, of Lexington, son of let this rare oiler slip von. Shaw iV hatt"een spending a few dxy8 with H. ing for tbo horsi-s- , rentiim Uie booths our townsman, T. J. Foster, is with tela-- Howard, managers. lb nny. MlM Srsm and Jbxni Gunthv, of and entertain! m: the yaps and kids with Lives In this county tills week. He waIn order to keep the wheels of his us Tuesday and left a copy ol Mum, are visiting their ami:, Mrs the air l'Uiis and wooden habis for in to wagon tight, .Mr. Alex Martin has been i'JW. 50. A d vocate. tho Cyelopi .Ha lie has recently issued. in Mr (.'. deiitry. Wax, the habit of letting it set in Logan's There is hardly a subject that It does not Creek over night, or Mk. T. W. Hittoi.vf, of IMlsvillo, was Tub entire amount of money taken in whenever he "was f n ' i. e train yesterday bonml lor ltock by s'eeretxry A. A. Warron, of tho Hiiild- - treat snccintly and intelligently and its not using it. The heavy rain of Wednea-- . ( as! e vpnngs. Inp A Loan Aoiatiou, since its beviu-nin- 400 pages literally toetn with valuable day evening swelled the creek to such Mk Tiiom C. Hell, of Harrodsborv. Auy. t. 17, for dues, interest statistics, snrgeMiona and facts. It is n an extent that the raging waters carried Car-Load w.( here yesterday seeing U a law suit notes, Ae.t to July 1, was f.'S.Mtt.OO. This book that ought to be in tho hands of ' uiMriHliimi jltti ii Lt... ...... n.i.1 t ....... i.r. tiiiiJK uuh ij nn train, itilil .lilt naLUJi, the low prW of t0 cents evervbodv, i I Mr Hal), of his county. i x little bitnrer butines than x rood .. .. ini fmiri.e. ims tint ivi ..iiif.il. . ...,..u. will enable tho (toorfst to take advan " went up many thoosht it would bo. Mn im Mtt. J. s. seen to glide swiftly by Mr. W. K. An of k Just received by !.( k Castle ptiiiss vestortlny to join tage of it. Asa compendium oils', a mile or two bolow, but that was Tut missionary sociaty of the Main olge it is absolutely incomparable. I! V. Hooker and wife. Mr the l.t, Mr. Martin started out early Min M mir Haklkv and mother, of street Christian church Lexinstoo, will A HORn belonging to Mi. Pter Cartel yesterday morning to capture what was' pi i. I :ik, are visiting the family of Mr-- run an excursion over the Uld Kentucky of it. ttouto to Old Point Comfort at ?M for was left stxnding in front of tho mill left I' Haikloy, on Hanging Fork. Dealer in light wagon. Fon the fourth time Willie It. Dunn from Lexington on tho?.'. Wednesday hitchwl to a Ims returnotl from a the round-tri- p I i,ik Joxm old familv horse and through was adjudged of unsound mind ami or- It na the i nr sojourn in Kansas City, and ih The C A: O. will run an oxi uroion to bad dered to tho asvlum vesterdav. His ease long years he had been in u Mr. Joe v. the muio point, July '."Hit. at SPJ.'iO the his brother, t ri!i; never shown fear at anything, hence is an extremely peculiar one and that he from Cincinnati. tn ... great confidence had been put him, but is very badly balanced at present is M h TUt.L.t LAPstnv. who has ben Tmb first redmeiit of Kentucky State a freight train came whistling n Cor. Main and Somerset streets. the plainly evident. For .i few days he imM. MeWoheits, Jr., le-- t s'nnMrs. J guardft, of Louisville, will jmh up Sat- grade, jnst nt the most inopportune agines himself wealthy and gives checks irt.e tn hi r liciiie in Menr Wtlnes- - urday night to go into camp for a week time and tho docile animal pricked his for almot any amount to secure a dollar at Cumberland Oap. Col. M. H. Camp oars and lit out. He chose the railroad' Mi.s Mry It mn and Mij Yirsin or two and then his mind turn- - exclu- grounds, which are track ami ran at a break-necspeed ' lively to music, and again it changes Aul )!imcw. nrrited from Lexliieton has selected the li of amilefrmn Middlesboro, down toward the Danville eroding with whl! i,utliinki he is n sketch artist rep-tM stir lay and aro with Mrs. Forestns and tho V0 tonts are being pitched. It i engine mpidly following him, and for rt.gumim, a mnbor of the great dailies. I.t i Having secured the services of J us llHmiiT, Jh.. went un yesterilay said that Jov. Backner and Col. Castle- - a while it looked like the horse would he, He emphatically denies the statement MnmiL'or V. J. Cxmpbott enter-- ! innn will spend soineUme with tho boys. overtaken. The engineer slacked up as tuat hib mUlt J3 niiVcted, but says the ti n the largo crowd at Hock Cafctlo i,jsky !m,i morphine At tho sale of the ral estate of the much as jwssible, but it was a case of t.xcofcejve it. 0 !"t W I am now fully prepared to do Or- luck tliat the horse was not killed and m.lk,.s i.jm ..,., at times. He lata Mrs. Jennie Armeudt, at Crab Mm. A. (j. F.astla.vd rcLorHed with largo residence, the wagon smashed. Strange to say, could not account for a check for ?500 chard, Tuesday, the M is Davis, who has been visiting her, wiikh cost $S,000, sold for $1,725; the neither the wagon nor harness wa- - in- signed by II. S. Withers made payable nnt ts now her guest at her home near house and SJ acres of land between that jured. o S. 11. Shanks for "account to date," .. Hsrrlsbnrg. Dn. Hrooks. We do not know that nor would he tell why one for $200 from and tho Springs, sold for S72.V the store Mn J mk H. Sworx, of Unvoliicotiti room occupied by Dave Payne 205 and the fact that a man has run for the II. J. Darst to Warren Kusell "for trainAND t ism tho city settling up the estxt of a vacant lot on Stanford street for j200. presidency on the forlorn hope of the ing one gray mare" was on his person. Jul. ' jothcr, the lute Col. A. M. Swop. Mr. John Buchanan was the purchaser prohibitionists, makes nny greater one iiis father testitled that he had attemptZEa-ZR-L-VIZLNTG- rIslington Press. of each. Several other Jots on Stanford of him, but tho members of that party ed to kill his sister, when young Dunn Mi. HtNNtH PoritKT.of Harrodsburv. street sold at 55 to 100. seem to think it gives morn weight to claimed that it wa merelv an efToit to All work warranted and promptly done. "' lul " "3 "" l" fre" "' rui: j. im.c up to Itock Cntle Springs to see his word- - xnd have accordingly hired , UIlK limit-tiinvii ins ciuiiii"ii nv ll .til Miss Maud Myles, her A kefxk.bvttik for Dr. ltarker's him at SJ5 a tiny ami expenses to preach been otle reti ij,0"0 for. The verdict of w no is seriously ill. Cuban remedies cntne in town Tuesday their iloemnH and ndvocnto Mrs. Henrv's the iurv seemed to bewilder him, but Mil- -. Jamum .MtCu'im, who was the and declared tlfat he was going to sue election to the appellate clerkship. In tlnally he realized what had been done liandsiiiiie Mis Nancy Itagland, of Win-- i the DanviHeand Crab Orchard pike for tli.. doctor nutiii and plead with Judge Vamon , to grant when him a llus hi m it, returned with liss Annhanks damages. He was travoling in a fancy an appearance here luesday afternoon ,,e Wilgguard ,,aok to was rtiu'-etl:,, to wat uU ft ,akt,n gnest- lues lay and is her painted wagon and was very mod indeed aml ,VRlj j.r(jet(,,i by a reasonable nuin response for bis aduiisMon can iotne hxs gnne Itack because Mrs McAfee had accidentally V 'i Ntrn WooiK-other of tho elect and a fair sprinkling of from tne asvlum-- . Co . pullwl the jKle tlown on him before he t ihi9 tlrst lovo, Curry, Ho ward women. He is a good speaker ami made Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall of I "xiugtou, and is now on tho road for hail driven entirely through the gate and NKW AUVKUTIsEMENT some good ioints, but his way of abus c a Danville Advocate. had caused the top of his wagon to pre- ing people who do not fall down and acPaper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Mi. H. C. Ahmsthoko and brother. sent a rather forlorn appearance. He cept prohibition ami its follies is calry r Tl A w inch IIkmIc I bear. 1"T f 1T Jewelry and Silverware. L IJlU "HR " rniiil Will to'l it ii White, of Dallas, Toxns, jmstei consulted a lawyer or two in regard to culated to strengthen his tmity or add encap. 1 ildrt.i. Box ji, Cr.ib U'htrd Ky. igh Tuesday to visit their parents, instituting suit for damages, but was giv- votes to Mrs. Henry's wild goose chase j ( and Mra. Frank J. White. i en so little encouragement that Inter on after office. Among other harnh things SW2& B I l.i.eoLi, of S. l.eoKld, Son A Co., ho was glad to compromise with the road he said: "",,,,, Jones says, and I 'heart The Best Railroad tin- tirni Mr- John II. company, which agreed to rejair tho vel .udelp'.U Oi" 3 ily endorse it, that tho preacher who O t r.i g Iia. in in iKiinected with for a hicle xnd inak it as good as new. does not talk prohibition, preach prohi- Tiie New Stanford Roller Mill Co. - his cues! this .tr- -, S r ass r. ZL fV7r?X&? Wk have uever ion tern lei I that lvara bition anil vote prohimlion is ii puillxn-- ' ' c j, K.itr, F. Ke I, lU.tr, A. ru small to be dijjnirted by Jl o s 1. hiKkr rv" n.. fte." a J tr nMvtTri w xh a soiomon, nut we nail sup- - imoua pup, too 1..i I, W m K itoo-2 year alter JT.w. i.u 1h i.oi . k d j a.iu 'm. jo ai.i There are xtiy nuiu-,-,. O O s.r itv csrvisra ..aX ' tr all aloiiK that hail too much the name of dog. mn. i i' .is liooJckee(er nt Mr. ' licrbr 4 icuu 'irelvt lojtnr i bt o ic ber ol preachers who iio not iniua u ,.t ,u, rtcJ v the ,roviien ofchjp ,. h 'I laid honor tn desert bm frienda ami forget tho Hrini:'- - Itookaitore, i U i. ui kcuii iit. give up their axored call- - K L0!t"'f V"iitrai .iuin the rt.il r'l.iti, r. i V he ).nruhMcof mill ) party w hich lift il him from obscurity their duty to iofc for eood JM. S !..!. ii. .,i ' abiuti iUC tn become politicians fllll this kind and levator n.l all the rml property by thai o , placcil bun a its representative in t Jl im r tn- to bu farm Hear and th mil, of Stinlord, K.y , lomerly owiiett O - the the legislative halls at Frankloii. But it of talk will not make any man ol Spirit xstanfcid Roller Mill Co.," aud for the pnr.hi.. t' ird. wie ie be pi ipo aa anchmery Whneo o( ,'ch ,h,r auiitiomu towards at nww be reautmd and for the Dure jut of urn. He has feel aiiv Itetter fdttntifijl. a cause o r ,' life under Inn own vine' stvuis that we were mistakeii. IfT jraV!lsl. ijjg.-- MT .neler rPhi iln..Xir U'Ari uf ai a tnillin j dusiiicsb. Ii..l..r im un S j? , (hall l"Tre' . Thename ol the H' was olio of the mo- -t accepted the nomination forcounty judge Ai!:gtrt J) i ma huitoih very earnc-- i w" Nw stanlor.l Kaur ami to,, tnd itptlaupal in Mr. Dexring'H employ, tendered him by a few prohibitionists, siirlrngeatiil in w bunitv .hill he at sunlord. Lincoln (J saw nothing but good to I'lace of Kv. tjfj countv. o ' i be has amassed a competence audi who wish to gratify a pito nuauistJudgu of it. A nother proof that there i the genvr tl nature p the huained ol tilt) O Vamon, and enters into a race ti tiy to result from s and tale cf y ir h lOfDoration hit !t. the p i (erred to leave, buainess for ngricnjo will not f fluur and uf. ture au.l irxir. runot ohntcirr r 1! pertains to themoal and defeat tho man, who, together with his are none so blind as those who tfl tare. Courier Journal. conduct 5. the tlonu 6A v see. A redeeming feature of tho doctorls of a flour.og mill, ami the purchase atiil sale of Mu IhtriK Haldbmvx, of the Courier- - sm, Wallace K. Vamon, stood by him Watches completely dem.v. iieti.fd in fifteen minutes. speech was his complimentary reference coal he apit.il ttock oi the b 1 corporation shall bo 4 J I'irnal, who is spending tho week at tlrmly when it seemed that he was J S WELLS, Pb. a. Presc. Clk, B H. DANKS, Jeweler, to (i rover Cleveland, of whom ho is a1 SjO.ti- thirty thousand dollars, divided intu On hard springs, was hero yoster-- . lined to bo withdrawn from tho ticket or ilollnr. which He thinks ho or some .hare. full one uunJred i8e, by tach,transfer t topaid great admirer. the this, June o. up in the day in tho interest of his paper, iiccoin- -' be ignoniiniou'.ly defeated by Mr. i other democrat will be elected next time, Company of the property mentioned in operations Mary Urtieo bitt. Mr. Vamon placed him in by bis, niece, Mits 7 he corporation .hall commence SIAN'FOKD, Ky M i nsirfi, l pp which the disintegiation already on 5.thin, the 9th dav of June, iSoo, and contiutte in Mr. Haldemnn is one of the nation before tho convention and when aftor yeurs therefrom existence twent)-il- c commenced in tho republican paity will 6 The affairs of the corporation shall be con-most thoroughly eijuijipod newspaper it was thought by the committee that he become complete. In 1SSHJ tho contest ducted iy a Hoard of nine Directors, of which ne ' men in tho State and is greatly in lov could not win and one or moro of its will bo between the democracy and tho hall constitute a quorum, antl the lloa-- shall to tne corporation ucu with his profession. His education was members resigned, because ho was not nrohihitloiiists. W hen tho latter Will Will ,iave the pcer employ lor employers .is raav be necessary or ;" ' proper lr tge comtuct ot ire attairs oi in e corps-the ticket, the Varnons insist- - i " with n view to it, ho has traveled exten taken from and the former go to the deinnition bow ation and to acquire by purchase or olherwUc eively abroad fuidin this country and iB( ed that he could win and begged that hebo such real eitlate or personal property accessary or wows. 'I he millennium win oi course proper for the bujl;le,s cf lhe corpor(,tk)IJ a Keen Observer oj men nun iiiuig. given the chance. .Mr. itooch was given The Hoard of Director shall be elected an7 eve- li nalier..,! in nt tb s:tttlrt time and ktockholders on the A Suro Curo for nil Dttensos In 5s? Lr9i. OT ' JTS There is n- - place on ins father's great the chance and won, though it took hard rybody having been legislated into mor- nuallof by theJanuary, to hold office second Sat'ir for one year each da) newspaper that he cannot UU creditably work and much money to accomplish it. and until thoir iuccciors arc elected and tua i jrTsiviau.inSrHBmllwcSa.T4SCivJ ality anil Christianity, can spend his tied. I'nul the rint election in Jauuary, iScji, the VWlBaWKlwLiiWoilllA and none that he would despiso to tako Wo gave ?o0 ourselves to aid in securing aforesaid shall and singing hallalujahs and peaus of incorporators the corporation be Any compvt lb i time vacancy Directory of in an emergency. A bright future is in his victory and the usual contributors praises to the party which has causul the Directory ef the corpwmtion sha be fillet camo nobly to the rescue. And yet Mr. store for him. w'tiaTiaaaaaaclL trVr reformation. At the the remaining Directorsh.ill at no time contra t or i. The cornoralioii Hooch writes uh that ho doesn't consider such a wonderful incur a debt exceeding jzo.ooo. VICINITY. CITY AND of Dr. Hrooks' two hours' . Arlslnz from Impurities of tbo Blood, and nil nl th nuir. ric (nrnnr.rinn .Kail he owes the democratic party or its rep- conclusion -- , "afllJiaaaaaaaaaaaaSpeech tllO inevitable collection Was tak- - prescribed by Chapter 36 cf tbe deneral Statute from runctlonal Derangements. lH. K, resentatives anything. Wo suppose, he Hlfork buying your coal see for 5, ofIe"hekpr.va propertv.ol the member. ..'this mighty servico at Frank- en up. TWO responded to his eall thinks that his Wtaren. proposition anil -- rporitioii shall be cxemiu'from tbe fully paid oil' the debt. Well, may tWO answered tho $2 50 A DEAD SHOT OH WORMS, AND A CERTAIH corporattun. ii f aHHKcZVaRV ' i" I want what fort Call for ?1 each. Ilieni It is settling time and n. I he Hoard ot Directors shall elect a Pre be it did, and we aro glad ho thinks so. about three tho h dent ecretary and Treasurer, neither of he PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. jou owe nie. Take thisto yourself. W. Still, thoro will be those who think with the hat was pased around for tho small-- 1 ofn . ,,)al bc irwOBipatibk. with the ciner or aittiaiiaVrj.. dol- - others, which .aid officers shall hold their oft, 11. McKoborts. C lbilnv. tieneral Merchie tlite. Iurnerstilie; i n..,.....t v, Mfnr.l nnd about another For sale bvA. . mllfiV AP lllllll II.Hll .H..t.n,. ... . L lll ..III . tho Hon. Fontaine Fox liobbitt, that he er contributions I Met any, Druggist, K UBSville:C C Gooch A In Waytiesburs. II Jmcs, Ml Satem, remia'ified. The Heard mav r.q nre of us Ire... r"l!K';. W 1! M.Pherson, Rcwbnd; J F Router.. Druggist, Milledgevllle F ArthurW tll'er, Two hundred thousand Legislature, antl that lar raised, making ?1S or $10 as tho was n cypher in the urer the exec ition if a sufficient bond imams, IrujB't good rab Or hard V II Cumminirs. Genera" Merchandise, I'reachersvilte ; J A Witness our hanJs this, June 9, 1800 brick now ready for delivery. Price rea- his seat was fully as vacant whether sult of tho appeal. Wo noticed one McKinney, C H Halter, General Mercnanaise, uigniauu S. T HAKRIS stamped louder and sonable. H. K. Wearen. he occupied it or not. It is to be regret- old brother, who T J. FOSTKk THOS ME1CALF, M ted that Mr. Gooch has placed himself hallooed keener than anybody, refuse I. S HOCKER I will bo able to accommodate all who each of the appeals and finally fail to see W HAYDEN. in tho attitude he has, but if ho can f. K. VANARSDAIE, attend tho Hustonville Fair and will do stand it the democracy can, nnd we can the hat when it was shoved in his face. 5 G. 1IOCKEK, style. P. W. Green, pro- too, though we dislike to losu confidence Prohibition like salvation imi6t bo free A. M. PENCE, bo in Jlook Xteplng, Short Hand, Ttltarapkv, d " -- "F. HEID fult somsallon. BSW V Write for OHIoihc 40 to Buit borne people. in a friend. prietor Wentherford Hotel. - Etanfokd, Ivy., 1800 W.iv.sini nt. Judge Thomas W. Ytu-nn- n, democratic candidate for county judge, will aMif- the people nt Waynes-bur- g lrth, nt 2 r. m. ..... Ox account of the recent strike of the; switchmen the pay ear failed to make Its appearance on Tuesday, but will no np scattering fllthv lucre. tho line to-da- tlmt ho Mil arrive Swtnnlay tocotium-- i co his meeting at tho Presbyterian ihMnh py. Yesterday wus showery .mil ' ijnoutly ?ome cooler. kv.ei. m. hunt rnirs Imvc- fallen this wet k and tho farmers uug'it t he hap- - 8Wv oonse-Minda- Stanford Female College j. 31. . Charlbs Kkli.b, ho nsed to workat wag iirnifAitn, a. FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I, 1890. prcKidcut. j , AM READY FOR RUSINESS. in ' -' '' ..., - ROBT. FEJSrZEI,. 1 1 p Hel-mo- nt Ao A. WARREN' gj . Qq. l. 1 For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing Etc. e. 4 ,'-i.- -i i ,,. Fresh -- of Kanawha Salt Hot-KX- 1 1 J j fr j ,1 ifcCABDXN Groceries, Hardware, &c, .MARK . m I k three-fourt- j ho 1 1 j MR. THOS. D.&rrON OF CHICAGO, i v m m ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK FIliTE 1 I grand-daughte- r, A. R. PENNY. , DRUGS andJEWELRY f nt f , ")j i 1 imUIHH I IAMFWi'? WATCH, Watch. n T j M ' - - - i : ,i- 1 r. h i . . v''d ) .... frc, ' p'rnt ia , , i I . I i y-- .., n a . '.- ! I rIta r. m EMw ..i" . c .i t I'm-tut- ; "... -- ft Court-Hous- , I - u -- ti-- i des-Cra- j -- - 1 1 i Hob-panie- d j noiui-Hahlema- n. W. E. MoBOBERTS, i 1 d ' DR. ELLIOTT'S Medicated Food, -' Jw-,"- - i 1 HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs m ',,. - . ' dtbt-o't- naai, Mm u 1 ,r-f- first-clas- s C , BRYANT & STRATTON Business College ad first-clas- s Q IJI55VILLE- K Yr i- ... twag ?itaJft"&ti v tV '"' ,' j i v Fon the High Hridge Camp Meeting Figures of census supervisors atChi- 3JXl.AX or. city's population 1,101,- - July IS to 27 inclusive, the Queen and, that At Minneapolis the Security Compa203. nutting Chicago ahead of Philadel- - Orescent Route will soli excursion tick- I am II a do t e v, Published Every Tuesday and Frldny ny' seven story building burned. Loss phia. 1. jetsto High Hridge and return, 011 July work in a rk preor.' t a re d ivi'n'r it JS15.000. 1" to 27, good for return until July 2Sth Dinky King stabbed Charles Becker At One Dollar a Foot. Harvard University is 234 years old inclusive, at one fare for producing - ., C ' 'i r a 'rr it fil Krnui gtt PJSR YKAK1X A.D" ASCIIS ami riming that time it lias graduated in the bioast at Burgin,Both men area from all stations between the round-triI T sVllll probably fatal wound. Cincinnati and .tl lK.n: pupils. HI be ehirRed." Chattanooga. rwhen not o paid S2.50 The noted divine, Dr. distillers. A monument to Alexander StephThe Houpo after a lively debate John Matthews, of St taiiis. Dr. Bill en1' is at lat to he erected over his grave iwssed the bill appropriating $a:M,lsu ing, of Denver, and leading ministers of K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. at Craw fordsville, Ga. '.vc.-ir'ap- pv sNr for the employment of ittO additional thu Kentucky Conference, bbbbt tr iiiu Train leaves Rowlini at 700 a. tn , returning Warren countv has an oil well that eiTect the provisions during the meeting. clerks to carry into at j mo p. m is spouting SlU barrels a day and evory Frank Bristow's choir, a nf the Pauper Pension act body is excited and happy. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. The president has appointed Gen. mencing on the 1Mb special trains will I Kill Fayette failed to vote the .50,0C0 AND sATl KDA o t 3 Id'iti r t e - rt t A. 15. Nettleton. of Minnesota, to be as be run from Georgetown to High Bridge Mail train going North for the Richmond - Lexington .. . titpm aked South " " .las. during the meeting. On Sundays, July sistant secretory of the treasury and iisjpm railroad by a small majority. 26, 1890. Express train" South 25 North 3J7ra i Russell Soley, of Massachusetts, to be as- 20 and 37, a special train w ill be tin from am 630 Local Freight North Original package houses are springM ikms; ilirn t nliei ti in in I a,i t in ieCincinnati to !ii"h Bridge. 51'l,n' sistant secretary of the navy. South. orr fur i Ol 'vlw IN I'RI Mil Ms ot for ing up in all the prohibition towns and The latter trains also carry passengers. " ' I hi r ut It' Fire broke out in the general offices miljnilie I nririi.-- V M I Olll' Miclu(an Point., Chi. is calculated on standard time. Solar the elect are very unhappy. The above Tho Finest on Earth Dt troit, r ti in Cleveland, , s of the Texas and Pacific at Dallas, Texas, sen tm i it! ,nr time it about o minutes faster The Ciwcinntti. Hamilton ,V Di. n X R i Indlsnapo.i. and the Wt, The Sheffield eutleis hud a monster JAS k MKlt S con- the oaly hue mnmnr. Pullman's Perfected Safett and Wfore it could be gotten under Canaila, New Kti, md, I . " i.'ei. K meeting Mondiiv, attended bv 72,000 V irl r, Vestibuled trol consumed it and the Gaston build e tad Dieinc Train., with Chair Tfiiirmiiiiiiiiiiii mi Car service between Lin ianaii. In peop'e, to protest against the McKinley ing, Chicago on one able, occupied by the Mer dMnMili and Reclining and is the unl) lm run a'ng rfcroufh Haltimnre, I'lnla lh In ,, Wilunt'n in thu, bill. Chair Lars h. tween I REMEMBER THE I a Candidate, fur r civ. uo'i to Congress nomocchant's Kxchange ami a number of ofKeokuk and Springfield, III indbitcpuit ne t'l rranl f trt K the will iu kct t me mHa r theSlh DxtiKi iujvt to Kl.. hmoi.d, Car Cincinnati to .Maitlnaw, and the Mercer county rents hor IH1.ISIA Shullr.l ., .,1 racy. . . fices. The losses are estimated at from tuiikest hoe to Only Dlreot Lino a yenr and f.tnn to the keeper for $123,000 to jl 30.000; fully insured, llet en Cincinnati, Dastou Lima 1 ld, C. pays him $00 each for keeping the the Lake Regions and Canada. letter details of the destruction by The road is one of the oldest m ih.t Stitv nl KenIs a Candidal for Auditor of the State of party storm of the steamer Sea Wing, on take Ohioand lhe oolv line entering Cincmrati oer .5 Trains, hsrgagi car,' smoking sr. jt ,t tucky, subject to the will jf the Democratic Kmployosof the Pennsylvania road Pepin, Sundny, show that upwouls of Miles of doubt trail, aud from its past record on ion lira, Pullman B )nd.ir Meetier. thr 1.I1 out more than assure iu pattons speed, comfort mid will ask that ougine No. 1313 be retiretl iiathaige via Chait.n ogj, Kirminj'iam, Mn, 100 excursionists on the vessel were safetr AUG. 5, 6, 7, 8. BOGLE un saakinf direct conn it ns rn route t iKiui. MISS Tiiketsun from service, having been in half doaen where, and see that tliey vil'e, A'hevill. l.Ttn. hburn and pninis in the drowned. Iu some cases whole families reod C , II ,V D eiOter in or- out of Cini inn at 1, Tw,iot Three Races ti h Day to the ortVe f f..r or more accidents. Is a Candidate nuMnapollft or iclu. s Kiihhurti s Uivhestra on take were lost. All the houses of Common tie limn. Jilntion tirst h. O. MiCORMICK. Hhrvi of Stdck r President Harrison's at .Monday in August next General I'aen(er and Ticket Jlgrat. and Vadnais were destroyed and Excursions on All Railroads Each At Chattanooga roe Atlanta, Columbus, Uiln.mg Irvincton, Kvnrts Jolly, a cousin of U. many oi the inmates were badly injured Duy. ton, Chsrle-KiBucklen's Arnica Salve Au.ti, Macon Ssv n it S. Attorney Jolly, killed a negro in a barW. Tne path of the cyclot.e was between a The bait salve in the world for cms, ta M Mfiw.V) 1,, C. P fe il. Pr. Brunswick, I ake Cn . 1 h. 1,14. .ills sud H.nRI brm,d U' DA putntt. Uncoln county in the room row Saturday night. Is a Candid.it to represent quarter and a half mile in width and 45 or. "leers, silt reruns, fer sotot, tetter, chap-eThe only ime running soli ' tr ins u.h ih-- i hands, thilblsins, corns and all skin eiup Senator Thos. C. McCreery's estate ConstltutionalCenveillion. Pullman tuudoii r .!.,,- - siri n,g Cars t,, J . miles in length. tioas and posiuwly euros piles, or no pay reauir soniil'e wiibo' t s is estimated at 5100,000. It U said he Ia. e4. It is KTMrantied to riv portect ssUslJCtior, THE 5TH EXHIBITION gers or baggage ih i r lot llm.tisitlr of l ,m I'mc or BsMr' refunded cent per bos. s.ived M. of his salary as senator duse ma nil Tjiit-n, if MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. for sale by A R I'ennv, StiMlord, K, ten e t'shortest Mmhi. and AKkAS'SVt imiiiis stir, ring the years of his service. and quu kest 10 Anntatrn Srh j, U Is the nominee of the Republic sn party f Jailer A number of the public schools of i rout support at the "lr Virect tonne lion, made l NhW (iK Epooh A Washington special says that Sen of Casey Counts I Ns witl.ot I mmtus transfer for t.a'tr. inn August election The transition from Ions;, lingering- an I psuifn. j ' will retire to private life at the county oened Moudny last. ator Sherman II ioa, Austin, an epoid robust baltrt tikns totndnidual Sn.marks remarka'ilc in The young people had an enjoyable life of th" h a the end of his present term in 1S9S. He ricm TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. tSSS5tai Di A. S. is treasured in the ntcmcrr and the a.ni. trhcr-bwill not be a candidate for president time at their picnic at Reservoir Park. the good health hasln attuned gritefu nl SIKC.EON DENTIST. Mr. M. B. DeBord, assisted by Mr. blessed Hence It is that so much is hnrd in Jsik.on again. .. N through I. , iiii.im lirv. n M.niif , ,,tl', re.ep rt praise of Electric Hitler. So MiKobtrts' Office on Mam street, over W Win. Cox, will teach our public school. owe their restoration to health Hunt feel trut ill") r,!,r u. t'41..fff r I), II,. t v. of tn In tne M(i 'il Crittenden, of Missouri, Drugstore, Sianferd. i .lui "an AnloniA, Kl Pio and C.reat Alterative Toni. are trunbie 111I.111 Track laying on the Big Stone Gap with an) disease andKidney, If you nr Slonn.h, says that none of the Southern States of Liver nr TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. will he represented at the World's Fair extension of the L. oc N. will begin Mon-da- y of l.g use short standing yon will urcly find nd by of Electric Bitters Sold at jo its beyond Cumberland Gap. ) r thr ' gb r itc iotre t r .nnly per bottle at A, U Penny's Drug Storm. MORGAN, D. D. S. should the Federal Kiection bill become it R. C. mi . si J r n all un Aeentat Inn. ti nt it Kv rmti Miss Gertie, the handsome daughter a law. ' Of Siidesv FKANk V WtKH I H Tho Pulpit and tho Stage, DENTIST. I is. Agi The Gazette reports that during the of Mr. W. M. Weber, entertained her lies F. M Shruut. Pastor United States ret t t HAH h ie Pas. V 1. Ief,tiii I'WAKDs numerous young friends a few evenings rra Church, Hlue Mound, Kan., toys "I isw Office on Mam street, opposite Portman House, last two months there have developed I'tF dut) to Mi vhat wuiders Dr King's New Dis upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless t since at her grandfather's. Mr. II. Car- cos ery ha done tor me I lungs erj badly 443 eases of cholera in Spain. Two hunextracting. . ,.,....,,, ,.diseased, and my parishioners thought could jTWith a 7dred and fifty of these have resulted in penter. Use only a feu 0 eel. I took live boitUs of Dr. gander King's New Dinoirt) and am soui d and well, Mr. Jell' Hansel owns an old death. gaining e6 pounds in weight. KIG Arthu- - Love, It is lepoited that Patrick O'Sulli- - which has been Ids constant couipnnion Combination) Manager I. es Fanny Folk's DR. W. B. writes "After a tnorouKh trial follows him to the and van, the ice man, now serving a life sen- for come years. It th.it Dr lonxtni ine; evidence, am For p.rli, i lars nnd l ; - j.l 'i ' . k 3V AH sriCit Clt3rv. tence for his complicity in the murder of fields, on hunts aud iu fact everywhere King's New Discovery I r Consumption tails The cl Vm til, and cure m ben evrrything ife l CKJk sr J that the owner will allow him. Ls dying in the Joliet penigreatest kindness I can do mv mans tlioium.l side Main meet, in otlice recently Dr. Cronin, OITice South rrev trial to Mr. J. W. Huston for the oil compa- llienasAla R urge tBeni 10 try re Reg tUr vacated by, Dr. t. F. Huffman, humuid, Ky. tentiary. iJ Penny Drug M l'i.t nn' e ky wi 11 si'e. At the election for school trustees ny has leased about 30,000 acres of land 30 its and Jt.ou I in Salt Lake the liberals carried major- and is yet pushing the work. Tlio late 21 The mayor of Fort Worth. Texas, LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI ity of the precincts, thus taking the con oil find nt Glasgow is rather encouraging wko was supposed to be a to my inorrietl man. I have removed my ofTi will be found at all trol of education out of the hands of the to the promoters here. ... i ..iic. where Daily. Seiurc to Iravrlet. - created a sensation by taking another HUGH KEID. y times. Mr. W. II. Spradlin, who is building Mormons. V ihPiemmgM ndi rrg Mn woman to wife in the of a prettv r lit At Portland, Me., Murk J. Sullivan, railroads in Alabama, cntne up during telephone girl. Afterwards it transpired eer r igun Jt.1i .nl m It II. .,rr ll H'tisc tl II. FAX WOOD Notify p't'..iv in J. J. ALLEN Miss Maggi, his pretty for refusing to perfunn the dutios of cen- the week. KverMtemptod between i' it you "si.li ii 'tin ixl MrK Ci AUS cities 00 the Ohio Ri, er and ike great , e,that he hud obtained a divorce from his I i If ATWOOD, Ch cg nd e sus enumerator after he was appointed, daughter, accompanied him on his the lastest time and most comfortable t,,, , . first wife iu Chicago without her kiiowi- was in Louia- - slilirA Mr. M. J. Miller tweenall saialiis the ,rh rt the Vw.i was held in ? 1,000 for trial in the United filas ltlaaV uhAH J litis lit v (SorlnwestL I Thsii init.rt.ni r ..... ...... ESTRTE RGEUTS. States court. ' ' ii ville yofiterdav to meet M. C. Miller, who1 lines is uenuminuo tiled I Sir ,.' idivotcelaws in thisconutry aud cal!a for The snperh rolling .t ,. k ., r, .,,, I " Tho First National Bonk of Mid- - is there on business from Austin, Texas. iiuuiediate reform. V City, Tenn. tnhmtted C.snlori ay In..ri, gel M hi r k to V dlt shorn has changed hands. The ma- Bib Teel, Heurv George's representayou want to save m m, Al. Do not Sutter any Longer JAS. O 'UYENS. plej. i I' the i onorate limits of RoaLnd WM.AYRBb. jority of the stock lias been put into m tive, is running a nick train here this Knoaiug a cough can o checked in da For lull inf'rn, ti ,. im r p., ia teaching at ad the fcrst that H J DAKSr. J'. stages of .consumption broken in a pool and &old to a syndicate, the names week. Mrs. Georgia Rice etc, r til on or si!.lrr & G1VENS, week, guarantN Dr At w. t; t Pi ii. 1 c Jopliu is teaching Cough w herenv an.) will refund the kef's Euarlt.h Wihlie. Misd Lucille of whom are unknown. .lille. money to all Remedy! Attornoys at Law, It as per who not And M(RuliKRrs.Afr.Su,a, Gen. Win. W. Hamman was shot at Orlando. Mrs. J. H. Brown retnrnwl uur buy take correct. dire tkmt,byandA d. R. Pen For tatem'it . ti. ny, Druggist. Mr. to Lancaster yesterday. 327 Fifth St., - Louisville, Ky. nml killed by S. T. Coouey nt Birming- Cocks We ant to sell our r arm tiritatc'y It h b has erysijielas. Miss Lena ham, Texas. Cooney, who was formerly Acres in a hue stale ot i.u matter, an lie Our Vory Beat Peoplo SHreve lluilJirg. Hubble, Limuln county Call on or address Confirm cur statement is visiting relatives iu Garrard. hen we say that Dr Aida young merchant of Nashville, charged r j er's Kngllah Remedy ia in every way superior to llul.hle, ky HEKRIN't: & MKVK that Ilamnmn had slandered his wife. any and all mttr preparations for the throat and In Memory ot Alice. lunijs lit whooping c"igh and croup, it is magic B. S. White, a young Washington so"HI, 11- t.KAHHl((jt"IJi and relieves at once W e offer you a avmpl botVH), Alice tle free On Tuesday night, July Remember this remedy w sold 00 a potciety man, was urrusted on his arrival in Tbo Shortest and quickest Kouto frcu ,S live guaraale. at A R Peony's. r C!:: Tr.uucr ud Handler of vf1 Kentucky to visit a daughter of Sonator L. Kaulfinnr.. aged years audi montlta, Cnutriil Kontuclcy to nil polnu Nort L fF(k.Sr" Kanli-maKant, Wost and South-WoDr Aokor'B SngHah Pillti Harness and Saddle Horses and Blackburn and taken back to the capital daughter of Mr. and 3Irs. II. C. 1&&V Pnut For sick Are actise, efoctisc aud pure Lino between Lexington una Ci i.t died at their home in Lancaster. H?g, Si to ansv.cra charge of forging acheck for dealer in Fancy Roadsters. di.o(dred stosuaili, loss of appet.te, ld tmtl. f A well favored garden had betui this completion aad biliousne.s they has never en , Pssr sale by Horse taught and sold on a very small pr cent. 51,000. lilr9b in America or abroad StflkDlLE IN KKPFlCTIIAX home for many years. Health, happi- equaled either Druggist S Pitteeu jeur' eArieni in the luins. A R Penny, Ore has been struck 20 miles from &.?? SiANDUKlh, Stanford, ky. C tf ness aud afieetiou kept it verdant; not N f Lunder, Wyo., which assays from $'3,-00- 0 . So ith Hound Ternolo Cough That Is i s. r to 340,000 per ton iu free gold. This a frost bite of death, not a ripple of sor- In gthe morning, hurried or dinVult hrcathmj OLDphlegm, ttghine in the ch,t, uuufe-Atis tbf richest discovery ever mude in the row: four.. little ones nUesitiouately co- ' . . jffiS&? I., e' Li'iruinsti Ia . lllgtntl I. r r - i.Tv'.vrfrstvVrtL' fv: men tod one another ,..i to their ail r any 01 " tnesetning. are in nrsi stage- - u MBaTHERFQRD HOTEL Territory and miners have skirted for ll I ve I jlisioutih. oi p r ' '7 SkUii s Rrmc Dr -Acker's Kng ih Vrr l'.ri. III lo ....... iinrtsitr.1 wis .".v... Tinas 11111 rnitii ,r...i..w,o iiit'tiiv isritrria consumption. these) fearful symot.Mns, Couch is s M Jiop c A ano U.enew fields by the hundreds. ar will cure jr tr I.i.mgtr ili IS p "1 in IIUSI'ONVILl.L. KY. by A mieWr a puaitive guarantee I'ennv tiirMM litis rrMvaiS. . . The business of the F. K. V. train Imi tliat it ns a inv tn WHtch st a I Druggist. i )1f$iYi . Arr iiowers unfold. But the Husbandman mi better. III 'I, . in GREEN, - - Proprietor. over the I ' I."v7. Ohio road ha Hiilimonn JO ri p n: 7 "i Tho'First Sympuimti of Oonth. . ... ..,. Arr Lancaster 4 I' so heavy that nightly the train came, passed by the two old treee, the nici, leniicn nii i - e Tired feeling. dull heg.lai.lic. pains in tanou-Having 'ei""l this Arr Stanford P also a&d the oldest' parts of tic t tu pri- - ired t Ji- - inimoi ike st u sinking at the pit f umhfd, I leaving Cin- parent btock, He has five sleeping f ve Rn hmot 'I l P III firt- - U- of appetite, fesgrtshness, pimples or (': Klf reai.in.i1 le Oo.J cinnati, one goingcoaches on from Louis- liower by. A lag. Ho toUl Ilia angel to th all positive evidence of poisonedif b ood. .01. Arr Iterea through "J V and bainplt K Tn- - autihcil re Uvery Arr l.ivingtoi' stop aud pluck the fairest plant for Him. mitt !r how it became poisoned It must he punti.il . ville. to avoid death Dr Acker's Kngii.h Blood I vir rl'snA NV S. A j05se pursued the five men from Not strange He should choose the fairest ha never tailed to remove scrofulous or vphi it A and transplant it iu more fertile soil, un- pri.ons Sold under positive gunrantee at SSI k, North Carolina, who lint! engaged to Penny's KY. D1LI.IONS SWITCH, l.ve Livtngtt n o on a work iu Louisiana and left before they der a more favorable clime, in his other a I.vc Iterea. .. 10 v. i.,i it. h Arr Richmond Jetierion Davis' body, in the receix- - I Dealer In buatitiftil garden. .0 with sad! 11 4; a had paid back their traveling expenses. mute i. ill of Northern A Lve Stanford . vault of the Army 7 uo i Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps On seeing tho posMj tho men opened hearts, more than can be told, do these Lvc Lancaster 7 4' 1 Jo3s Arr Rtchwosid. in vi a III parents and loving friends boo their fed. guarded by a meinbur of the G. A. fire, which was returned until all five Hoots, Shoes. Clothing. II rdware, vet- - Ia I'oiti - ' s, (,rf Ky Lvc Kichmoad. II 'I inwiie, Furniture and a 10 P b' lliy '1 two ling u precious little oue leave the household. ia were dead. Arr Winchester 00 P m 7 nt ' n'""t- Groceries, Now they will feel nearer to Heaven, c"'8 Arr I'srts ... . General Lino t 40 i mi 7 Col. Joe M. Kiuibrough, a fine busimV . Lve Lcxiugtan . 1 .15 p ro 7 o, gone. Antl w bile they CrO( I'ics, &C. Fany C.ndii-s" J 45 P rr. ?l lies' Nerve ,i:ul I. Ivor I'lIlH. ness man and a Simon-pur- e democrat, where she has Lve I'aris p m 5 1, Uken in exchange for goods. at 4 r All kind of Produce t Lve Falmouth 011 Ih 4 l o died at Lexington after a short illness of weep for that lovely child of God ami '", 1 ll a mi J " p rr PoMoflii-rI .WTv'ton, K) VII Arr Covington ," Mn1 norves p in 10 j, a in n 5 4 p rr miss the caresses and ministering of her A v ' typhoid fever. He was manager of the f"i r lltllOII fu 50 p mto 45 a in pm Newport Ntv. ,V Mi.vi.uppi Vjlley Co , "K. II. ' Arr Cincinnati in to 1. " ; ami ronslip trains X os. it aad 14 rsia Sunday only I.etvvTTT mrge distillery of Win. Tarr & Co., ami little hands, the music of hoi happy tl"i . sn ri Solid Vestibulrni Trains lo lo nooi.'t uti'l li' ilrctl tincmiiau and L.singu,,,. Uanm Cm. int a '"- voice, the charm of her lovely face, may Mil ti s ', 4 v.euti one of the firm of J. B. tail A: Co., Philadelphia 8am .and .itarriving at UtirtghMi at n in L. , ,o p. m. and arnve at Cim.inoa, , ,t they remember that she has only ex- rami i in- hi A t: !'. .... oiinitrl. A. whiskies and cigars, Lexington. Baltimore, Now York, f,l 3 15 P nt. An :inpirl:itit Mattur. place of nuge! among mortals Then,' is going to bo a red-hUn the.Maysville llranch, Xo ,. leaves scram- changed her an Sniitheatt Druirrl. id y wlicr.' t op r. hm tho swle ot All points Paris at lrt DI (inly one Infill out Irom l.esington. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE ble for Congress in the Fourtli district. to become an immortal among angels. inviltiM' r.li... X. Mhi, i," rHl und . ding ia!" Corrected Tune Card Lllcit Ian. i, 1I00. This was not an ordinary lo.ss; extremely they cvor h.rc wh !imu.'toitiinivei-.ii- .mv 'hlag , g il. with Hon. A. B. Montgomery, Hon. ..ilivf.to RAILROAD. 1. h'U r'attMaTfl Accam "Dally painful was the separation, not for 'her, Hon in iloldiH)' 'ieI'.i'Imvuc. iM.r .1'ire,i4,.,mt, Dave Smith, Judge W. K. Russell, Gen. xtial in.' v ills STATIONS. Daily Vos Daily "e daVlyVc rd.y.,J' " . lhe Great tin yi tx t'.i.'i'.ov N V; Hxpreaa. K Sun.lKt Sun. Sam K. Hill and Hon. Hugh P. Cooper for sho remarked to her mother she had iliiii..& t irpL.iy. '. rt t ri.ttei ill.. (..... i.'ingun .... uf,jj' then ,C J "" t(im ini at, was good, for if she Auii.orr better die while It V.011IW1..11, ie 31 n'n 3 tj am ia yi n'n .."jNri: nml THROUGH TRUNK LINE. to stir things up. The district commit- lived she might she bad, but for those ll indruls r re i. -- , i n '.tnn--) n. I.ul ban Lve Staalard ,:,ce:,ber,.,;n ,o ai" " Lexington 0 10 pin 11 40 am j 10 pm ,ur get tee has been called to meet iu Kltaaheth tlo d shi lltcd e ne . U u r p.uly. or , " WirtehesUr ; 00 pm ia 45 pm i o pm S ' PWia"hM K,",OU'h To 1 he " K. V. Junction 7 .oi, m'feJt'sunTy' boil ii. this town July 2") to dt ctdo upon the dato of who loved her so. She is now so happy; IMuit fir heir - .sit'srt I,l: u ri,. rw.UsviDieas, " Jtt Stirling irrn 7 30 pm J3 pm 7 (o pm rWirsiaT:C:!cU.'pm,",ndav00an,: C'"c'" broken hearted parents look up. Her In, i A It l lei "s. vi.u g. 1r.1i.uv. and ' Morchead 8 v pm a 41 pm 9 sg pn. the primary. ' Ullve Mill rain Note Xo. j runt dallv L.i.... r eiinc 3 j3 pm . .. devotion to her father was seldom seen in rccomtucads 1' Thirteen hundred kegs of powder, Wiin ton anil Cincinnati. N'n " Ashland- runs daily betiveee ie 30 pm s 35 pin a'allurcH In l.Ilts. C'tlftlsburg ..." Cincinnati and I.sxiugtnii to u pm 5 jo pm tho contents of two cars on tho side- - oue so young. When his duties for the People tail in m.in.v a ami 0 make connections In bu.ineas. fti . '1107 pm Iluntiagton. ... .is -: ts sa. .. .. ended ho bought rest in that rn..r liy. li fi ij.r.liio. .it Mr points on the X. X ,tJI.V Hy at Win. hestei and In l.ve.lluiiiiUKtou.. uuuh. iu rung h pow tier nun, on me I'.m day bad it 30 am , - n unsusiiocteHl Arr Charloiion n 31 am -- Trains of this! sweet earthly home. Alice was first to houlth...f A treml: h of Isc"- tue'.l.Kll IM. Handle road, in Warren county, Ohio, ttliiiroin " Clifton Korc. ,.,.,'.' at ii.iiimiA.vi ilnnuit 7 jt am anil depart fn.m the C.n ral UnlV. now arrive Louisville mr tl., cm l.... 'Lynchburg meet and welcome him; like a tender ."ill of liflllH'tll- II 111' I. II 'm ....... . W,.,,. . !tt 45 am .... exploded Tuesday afternoon. M.. ih 4stl IT' p'c All tho iii'as " Clitirlotinsville 10 to 11m JIm . Ifn" To Nashville, hmi(l.u'hr), oiv i't I't sin tiaeb. wind. " Washington.. ... 3 yj ptu luiilf'ings in tho immediate vicinity were little vine clinging to the mighty oak, so uiin. mdi '!. Throueh tickets and lu...n. .1 i's' or. I em Memph:s, " Ilaltimorc pm iu in urar. aar 3 3 .. de1ln.llor(tU9cl,.,lbyaTa.r,oad. """" hstroved, and it is estimated Hint at clung Alice to her father. Now fond fa- - torunlitv. Philadelphia. . I 13 pm lir lelt shle. .Il . QrKnr full parlicnLr, address any agent o the C Atlanta, thought to know that It. tii r tii'l k snipitr . un , l iv heitri airutii. " X'ew Vork ,. 9 so pin ,., least 10 people were killed ami three or thor, what a sweet tlu'li lir Mii Xou- Cars' for " Kichmund, Va. 3 40 pin Montgomery, W. L MUNSOX. Trav Alice is there waiting for you, will be tho the n nn ami .I..,? tin li ll'tnrdr Mol.l four times as many more wounded. '.OldPointComtort ... ... .. '.' S. V. II. MblWK, und 1. co. nun- do . by a. If. I'onnv' 1.. i.. ' Xorfolk .i.i. Little Rock, .... 111a ir urs; 10 wuiuoiiitj mia. iu t.: iitmvuiiiy 'ivtunkv. frrB Capt. E. II? Gaither has been orderIL E. HUXTIXOTOX. , Mobile and New Orleans. rains leaving Lexington at 11 40 a m and 3:30 ed to take about 13 of his company and home. Now dear father ami mother may auj;rr, "?" "ceiiiatitwsny cnnt;i at God bind up your hearts that are aching DRUNICENNE3S-TH- E HAU ' ' Richmond. Kv and luiinumi ik. eVVl 9P'K'AL OFFIC1S: f fh, Newport News & Miss. Valley Co. an equal number from Lawrenceburg, so for the loss of Alice, and again fill them In all tho World thoro la but ono R Minlu,,, Cincin'un.o with a half dozen from Frankfort, to Limited Vestibule Ex from Now York, Philadel. . np. HaIiibh' Ooldon Snonlr!r. . ... . .1 una phia. Wishingtnnaad all potuta Cast, arrives at Only one change to points in Jackson, Breathitt countv, where tlH.y wmi love, an.iueipyouiooear .i. uedjP m daily Stanford It can he sorrow u,ai riimt lltinti vnn lhc koowlede of in a cup of tea nr coffee aitkout Lexington at 4 47 Richntoml, Va and nrrn m. Fast mail from will meet Judge Lillv and escort ,j,,J est ttut p,r,0u uk.ngit, aiTaeiiiiga an & A CUIESU. speedy and permanent cure, whether the patkt eal,'IIutiti!igioti, W. Va, and all local stntiunsar- I desire to sell Over lilt- luuiiiiimiiii 'Vl miles, IO irullln1 hOUSOllOltL mv (arm if " at alcoholic wreck. 1Iia moderate dr1111.Br or an been cured who rives Lexington 11 11:40m,noon dally except Sun- uay htanloril Thousands ol diuukirds have 37 p EMIGRANTS to hold court. This is the third call in, Uu.hllrai.cl, pe p,iu A loon to wives Aitommodation from Olivelf ill and intermediate have taken the Golden Spectrlc in their cotTen Ih'' ' are about 50 , re. iiiwhc.t lUsnug usu "Mo.her's 1'ner.d," I would not vtitliout their knowledge, ai.a tc .V iiieve tliey rm". nicnmonu, r,v , nnu points on the K. C. of lh tjeekJnffhoineion the line of thu road will receive Ies than n year the Biickner HWles have farm well t.t .r" rve "'"r , , , boon to wnes wbo know liuit drinking of their own lice wi N. J arrives at Le vrithtvut it Special rates. , 810, am, daily, ex ol four room, armluItisa 1.1 t....i and kutiVij A,dw?,lir-wr.1111111.1 upm it a. iSee asents 01 this Company for rate, routes imil, Hiiuiuuy lirogrowiugio DeVOtCrnnfl ,he.. nut past through the pto',,' rdral of eiieet results irom ir dirrniiiisir-i- 0 rtr,ur.guir e a.sP ? Js f anteed Sendfr V. be given well waiertd nn.. i.l.. t olit I, nr tickets re d read iaX, X thft wrce. c or write to l.keiy U.at (hey c"," , in WM"l 'nur W'X&l dress in cinfi'cnce G immcli 1.1. , D, l & T A f , ATM(mE G R 1 i. 'r wr " " uiar. it.;t... v, v. J P l J, ....V,. i h-Louisville, Ky. will.be six weyksout. II MORSK, G. P A Cincinnati, O, li t k Itacobtrett. Cincmnati.O ,r i.r tJersiined at Ciainiiat, Semi-Weekly L Interior Journal NEWSCONOENSED. cago make 'WTpr tt vv TlnTJTV ' 1! I I y. p PI fror (ism?, m 110 ." Mr 1 1 I GAHRAHD CO. SS STOCK Jl'LY ! I 1 a m - & FfllR ,. v ( M A- and a I L1(2UC:VxYAT( i! - (llii 1 James u. Mccreary ! aic.-,i- i 11 iaiw Ncv York, ltoston, U'-ur- poor-hous- e RICIIAKI) WARREN pnu-per- s. l, Da nville Fair ,l KATE siler 1 1 - .11 Ger-vai- post-must- er 111 im.(J)jl:(a, i. i I i . n H. MILLER BROWN i-- 1, J. I 1 k - I PRICE, 11. 11 y 1 , Hustonville Fair 1 I 1 11 Kx-Go- 11 l I t 11 11 h- - V July 22, 23 and 2 c l K-- I -, ,,-- HI 1 m , PENNY, PREJIIl'M LIST. Dentist. I 11 -n -- 'A NKW FAST MAIL I . A E MOV E D 1 11 ICE, ICE. v. 11 -111 I . l r.--on 11 !the most rapid route . I , v ALLEN & Johnson I I ie-tur- . MEL e vaf For Salo Twenty lluildin;- I.ols . r . AYRES .1- - I S-- le FARM FOR SALE I n I '- N'ew-coni- ioi-y- Kentucky Central R.R. - 1 - -- n, nt hed-ach- $T 80-- 1 -- i iai-m- d ,; .il ri v IV.- ..... j'-- "' 1 . . I 'fIVriyW3 xss asi z: .-- v vmssn mm? J m 1 1 I 5 v 4 X - j . .- . 'sMfWtl wk 4111 pun-li- visimsR -- iMF Wjf-t'm- 11 4 I I 1 v li-i- . 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