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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890080101 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. 1 Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1. 1S90. NO. 44 MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. To The Voters of Lincoln County. f Instructed For McCreary. democracy of Lincoln met at tho The You will appreciate the disadvantage Aa WM 8tatedlnour hint issue. Mis3 claim that oil ran bo reach-ei- l Court-- louse yesterday and after tho ob under which I stand as a candidate juh Bradley, of Hustonville, was m- within half mile of this plare. ject of the meeting hud been Htated lore me people ueeauso 01 me inmost- u tertaliieil Tuesday evening bv .Mr. and Mr. II H. Wilson Bhinned some by Chairman Thomas P. Nowland, A. not utter impossibility of my making an Mrs. A. G. Vivion, of Harrodsburg, but homo yostor-da- K. Dounv was chosen fne horses to his Missouri chairman and K. active canvass, ns a man might and we did not mention tho fact that she 0. Woltou secretary. Uv chair appointed V. K. On motionV. tho 8hoitlil, to say nothing of tho embarrass would bo a wife on tho occasion for we A little child of John MulHns, Ci. Vnmon, tho position oilers to a woman. At had no intimation of tho fact that she iiiRstoii, died recently from ontlnj May Wolch, C. V. (iontry, J. I'. Ilailey and tl , Bamt, timu j want vory lMu.l t0 . be " "" v " ww .. ... . i apples. union a committee on rosoiu- - ok.ltt.,i, nml I tliink that is imrdonnble. G eorgl. Wri ght, 'iiwiinof Birmingbaui, Ala., of Jailer -- Mrs. J. ! Arnold, wife . i i tirttta nti.I tltik " tend tut irit-- iiH ..-- ! v """"M ' in omer mm tinny no oiecteu i ""''linsliwnn friend of Miss Julia's for .Tt'SASK &&SK .. 9 iliud Tuesday of consumption, near , i our eomnuuee on resolutions irouiu ,iave vour voU.H ml on!t.rto get your 80me yrow, but it was not enerally Af . Livingston. J " ' K votus iniit someiiow intimate w you thoH;2lt thllt th(.re W(fW serioiJS ; .... About lf saw milk are belli;: run In '""'" , i, imu c uppruve neraii lMnt i ,juair,. tllMII. I therefore modest-mail- tions on the part of either, hence the by the chairman of the Sth uon- the county at ptesont. Some run ilny respectfully and earnestly ,i. your announcement ot ttieir uinmnge nf urussional District Committee for a con-- ' and niKlit to All their onion. on tho attention to this letter as the only means Lawienceburg Tuesday caused consi formerly of this veution to meet at Mr. John Ferguson, dem-- ' I have of putting mv cause before you. - 7th of August, lHt), to nominate h able Hiimrise. Thev drovn ovir o ti.. Bft- -. h . i ounty, dieilof typhoid fever at l'ine- ocnuic cuminiuto lor uongivfee iroiu Uiu I wtsli nrst to leniuui you utnu i no bo j,jnce ,nontiOHOtj shove under th e pre-- , y iiM!'i.ii'-jLjtiSunday. He wtu buried here Mon- U.t. .f l"....l..L... die with Hie pride of hoiiMt ellort) llllil I tittlCik ft Cttrlif .firukttt !. W lean .i i ti . v i. w- -i S" a ' k .v day. ...u ... a . . ... 'a., ..I...., w ... n ... .TV.., iir . c rnun ak .rou to make no experiment.i You clever ., , to nvoid publicity that would way black, W. Those who haro subsisted on ........ .. at.. iw Moore, J. i. Lvmi, V. H. Varnon, J. A i..... RuiiuiuuDi; i..u ti.ni Himniu' n iinii naiurnuy nave loiiouetl .iiail. .. .' iihvb tliev mar-- . berries for the paatsix weeks will have Iltunuionds, J. 1. Ilailey, (irnuvilb you elected me to till my father's uuox- - ritH, nt I inrroei(r$r. joth ,nutU.s crop Is ex-tu change their dlot. Tht J. II. Carter and U. M. Givens be term, and I call the whole county 8roi a iilUu roinilllce anj m Il)a,u. ,,,, iii)oiiitd dehvates to represent to witness that your confidence has not, , . thuiiisMv. that no mutitinn l.. county in said convention. SESSION OPENS SEPT. 2d "mi? .the- - IP1 in CtI" H' 1 ti intr ctors. The republicans will not have their Cm.r-.ind o u 'eic thoro I'm I have done the fiinc-- 1 :t, That said delegates be instructed to been misplaecHl. imJe o tliu lnlon (or 8everal wet,ks i)lU Your. men liiv in )m.ite fitrmlie Piano, inlin :n il oit flittr in town. Art Studio, Liusual walk orur In ltockceslle at this rust tho vote of Lincoln county for Hon. tions of tho oliiceas they should be done No aloon. Ten Department, under manageAc. brarie. they were caught at their game by a For catalogue), or other information, call on or of speciality Preparatory, Academic and i!e. tmn. Some of tho democrats ate James II. .McCreary, of Mitdbou. nud I know it and you know it. Men of Harrodsburg boy who happened to be ment S Pre , J C. GORDON, Confute department prepare jounir men for addrcM I. That the IxTKKioK.IofRSAt. bo l.kelvtogot in. Urm entities Lancinter, Ky. 44 a copy of those proceedings for Kentucky are, I am persuaded, not of at Ijjwrencebnrg at the time and who lsonnlof honlth la notify Tho countv those who would or could consistently on the following day let t' e eat out of publication. ing tho people to disinfect and clean up Uu motion the resolutions were adopt- with their widespread reputation for gal- wallet. Anyhow noono knew Miss Jugejierallyln and around their promises ed and the lantry refuse to furnish a woman such lia was Mrs. Wright on the evening of roil vention adjourned. to prevent an epidemic of typhoid fever. an opportunity to maintain her own in- her entertainment and except to those Mr. Hen Lair got a jmlnful llesh From a Guest at Cumberland Falls ATribdependence. HUSTONVILLE, KY. whobtcuno infatuated with the fain wound from his own pistol one day last ute. L hIbo wish to make this further ap- hostess and who now realize that their - week while riding double. The young Hod, at Cumberland Falls, Ky., peal to your simple sense of justice. It cakes are dough, the marriage interferwho was riding behind him mon- urdav, July X 1M0. at 'M a. m., tnnu has been industriously circulated over ed with no one's pleasure. Mrs. Wright keyed with his pistol. Tho ball went K II. Ilurnsiile, of Staufoid. Full College Coure. Clatsical and Scientific. Also the county that at some time and place is tho only daughter of Mrs. Bradley, of OPENS SEPT it. lnitructions Commercial Law. Buiue Antlimcti. Telegraphy, Type W'ritim;. through tho tleshy part of his anatomy Mr. Hurnsido came to tho Falls, Hoard and Tuition, term ot (ie month. 73: Commercial Conrte $j. ; Hoard, per week, S) and to some one I gave a pledge that Hustonville, and is both handsome and M O. THOMSON, tight i lichen. Write (or catalogues by Mrs. Huinside,ontliel3th. would not be a candidate for this oilico Can enter nt any nm Principal, accomplished. She possesses a decided Bowers, who enme to this For many years n Huflerer from chronic Mr. M. remain- musical talent and for more than the one year that ninny of our peoi ounty some four years since and bought trouble, and for weeks past quite feeble, ed of my father's term at the time of his ple will remember the vocal treat a farm three miles east of Hrodhimd, with his friends and fainilv he had a liu- - death. I submit in proof of this rumor she gave a Stanford audience some raised this ceriuu hone that a solourn at this nlnce whii-lwim unnroductive. being untrue, if it were necessary to of- months ago, while Mr. Wright is a clevseason 1,100 bushels of wheat, bcMdoa miyht benefit him, us it had often done fer any proof, that at the time I am said A 7 er young business man of Birmingham, i.irn. ontrf, rye and other farm product, lK.fore. to have made that pledge it was appar- who will, we believe, for years to come 5y ' 1 iZM ujt0 prostrate! by his journey in He nays Kockunstlo i a tins farming Tff 'jmr A fM VJmr ent to every one familiar with the sontl- - prixe the treasure he found in bis wise Others rw,rhJng the Kails, it became evident in . ounty if properly managed. iva iiii.ntof the noonleof the county thati selection of it wife. Tht ITKittnit .Inru- should adopt Mr. lkwer wetlious ot a fovv tiays to thosu tumruit him, tlutt his ..... ..t.niltfAt, ti'iia .1,1 ficatlri.il tlit !l!lfl I . "" "" nai. joins tiieir iiianv uieinis in wisning of fiirttliier cumllllon was most precarious. letj .:....!. c i. , he wri- - '" , Is Receiving- His , , p03iUon luX9vmdmt of any , WM fl 1f f ,; '" mid bdtevo ' iwch n9WM,,trMIm Annil BuiJ and Itenben T. -- Mrs. Ainu MiHer rrivd Iron dur- - Umt time of his arnval with Uie people , l4eorKCtown , , IC ,,imintance Zuuville'lWay. Mr J. 11. Hale, of , Uie 1:l ,,liy3 of hia lUno8S here, until nd tthattl.ey know of me, make it on- - Xrnul wewmnrried eloped t0 Iouig. ' ..iir place, was hero uttring tUe week, tw j,l8t hour when he closed hiaeyes, he , uoce8sarv for me to say positively and Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. The three repobUcnn wmtuiaies tor, haa of Iwing with him, in privilege FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. mi,mHrtwUv that I madono such pledge . to tueconeuiiuioiiHiconveii uun. ooin,mny with tho faithful ami devoted r nevt.r mUi iu,vthing that could 1). X. Prewitt bought of John L H.us W. I Hrown, J. W . Jones ami w . wlfB of tliu rfWeiisel. Mr. Thurman, of i, njiii.iv hnvii li.ii cnimtrtiutl to mean Monday. It ! the hotel, ond hU funiily, together with hettd of fat csttle, weight 1,100 l: Harney, bpolie heie such a 'thing. It would weiu rather an g' 31. BRUCE, will make the race nl tll0 j.nPBts, were oonstunt in syitipa-frtiu- i pears that the three "" udvauUtge Utkon of a womau to so i""" K. A. Tipton has pecured u - M. Myins, thyand aUeutlou to the cirpiuuitnnces unfair Lot on Main Street in Stanford "eend to oetid." Mi misioDrewnt her without foundation sals was tiirown iroui a norm, uu novor was the (It- - lMlt WK., 3 i,lst the true bUtte of the mat- - option on ti half intoiest in Hod Wilkes, 0f the Bttueror. Hut J H years old, atSW.OOO. .uiiiiie-DSTAXFOKD.KY. iiijtirtHi. .Mr. vine uecmration, riiov twain hiihii to tor. Term eav T K WALTO.V, Stanford. The Department of Agriculture ret.ndent of the Scaffold Cano .Sunday- - onu jjesh," more devotwlly ilhtstntted I hope us many of you In conclusion. 6. hool, has missed but tiro .Sundays In tlim, ju tne uttreniittitig ilevotioti of the as nhall feel inclined to do mo tho honor ports that the number of liorses in tho SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL United States exceeds 14,000,000, besides traveJerj. Horses and mules bought and sold w ife to the dying husband. his attendance. He is . yenrsolu. Its constant im(, t,J0 fftVOr to votc. for me aud so This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and A terrific rain, wind aud hail storm honetamt vehicle utcd m livery. Only hrt-clauthenticated and verified the ,,,1.,, n,i ,mrflv,. mv survicos for the 2,300,000 mules. others not to trespass on our lands without perJudge Morrow won the liaritan jKirtion of this the of the Sacretl Hook. mission, as all such will bo prosecuted to the fulluthorltv iitel I)itst year, will do so and you shall find est extent of the law. Signed. i at Monmouth Park HARRY A. EVANs, n.I)wlted con venations with the thati not only appreciate your good .Stakes for i ounty Monday afternoon doing groat D. V. HOLMES. Dr. P. V. LOGAN', $50 each with $1,."00 added, 11 miles, in The path writor. Mr. Hurnsido voluntarily nvow- damage to crops, fencing, etc. PHlLltERT RICHARDS. JOSH ADAMS ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, will, but what is more to the purpose, I B. V. GAINES. I. f). McKIXNKY. half a mile wide "l ol hir pursontil eoutltlutit'u and trust in nroniko to make an olllcer that the li:13, with 112 pounds up. f the ctonn wns Mrs SAMFORD IRWIN, JOHN G. LYNN STANFUKD, KY Colyer Uice have sold to S. T. Mrs. ALICU TUCKER. seu-ra-l miles in length, uorn liwnia are tIie Snvjor. "Fourteen years ago I gave (,ountv wUl mvi nn VMW to be nsbam- JOS. I1ALLOU. THOS. C BALL, W. A. HAMILTON. 1). Harris, their Jumbo Cobb and John corn ueiug nioniuy viu iw mv heart to Him. What would I do' ed of. in M C. REYNOLDS ruine-tuie Engineering and Surveying Kate Dot. 14:. jack, years old, for Sl.ttOO. lie was apple trues stripped of their novv wjtMOnt Him ?" "Is all well with all branches. never beaten in u fair ring. lUchmoud HUBBLE. naj y0 novv Hr? fruit, gardens destroyed, Yes yes. I have no Climax. eta.ks and fencing blown away. Hogs .ioa(Ji i,nve ,10 (w,r (",neof ti,e toucl We are standins; the Clark Cash hore at our staM. Luce has been very ill, but be is Howling it Son sold the lambs from were killwl by tho hail, j)j; iMll comforting Illusions of the last and chickens ble at McKiuney at some butter now. Miss Nettie MeUuro 2.)0 head of sheep, huportod by thorn wlit. h foil to the depth of four Inches. j,onr was In answer to tho intiuiry "if I desire to sell my farm of about i,j' acres, Mrs. J. A. Hamis visiting her sister, Stanford on tfj; 510 to Insure a Living iColt. last fall, to (ieorge I'OW, Of ScOtt, at $6 tued about i4 mile, north of old The watermelon crop was mined; the Hvthing more could bo done for his ihurch There Rush Ilianch tie. upuonte the monds, hero. Miss Lutie Kubanke, of per cnt. Lexington Gaxotte. He is well bred and a No i foal getter Money in wheat and rye; the balance are about 50 melons looked as though they had been TOmfort." "Xo, my last wish is Casey, is spending a few days at Wesley Good dwelling due when marvts parted uahur bred to another timothy in Thousands of cattle are dving for of the farm well ct km hen and a splendid new horse. Lieu retained on all calf, till money is Mr. 11. P.rau- - fl(M,. with grape shot. chHjn,,, nri. n uow hore, and I Hubanks'. Miss Fannie (.reiving has of four rooms and IH'NX TANNER. it lack of grass aud water in Arizona, New biirii; is well watered and fenced. I'mse.sioii can paid. natnan nonr W'ildie loses ?iMK) in farm ,1111 comfortable." Tho chilnren had, three to Ivinusville on a visit. Mrs. S. MOXICO itnd portions Of Colorado, Where ilm1ey( immciaieiy. nr u.tr(ii.ui4i-.j. r. me the nnder,ined at others nearly as much. Mr. of tll0I1)i i0I)f, 6iL.0 0M0 i,efort, hjmf ., , Stanford, . C prodmts, , ll..l. c I.... a , dr0lUh hag 0l.L.urre,i. r. "unc.uo. nunuar was uuiet 10 f Cincinnati, vnio. ,0 A. W. Stewart, who lives nwr Wihhe, thr0() Wtfrt, h, s,.iuf0nif but the anxioui of her brother-- , on account of the illness w,,ent t,.op 0f SD0 is AluerIcan MT. VERNON, KY. narrowly escaptnl drowning while (i8ire of tlio foml fatlior. in a hlulitsr way .. X'.. I ...1 A. 0. Carman has m in. estimated at oo.OOO.OOO bushels less than or tempting to cross a swollen stream snort-- ,lmu wo ,,,,1 command, had been satis- This Old and y Hotels still maintain just returned from a business trip to lost year. The Kuropean crop, other ing Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe-- j Iv after the storm began, which had (ltMl and reports dry weathoraud no corn. than Uussia, is likewise short, so that cial attention to the traveling public. The shadows of the last earthly ovon- leenraiswl from the torrents of water M. P. NEWCOMI!, Prop., G. A. Swinebroad has returned from the advance in price will doubtless oc- The New Stanford Roller Mill Co. the cloud burst. One citiaon, who jn. began to mantle the mountain tops frtm , Mt. Vernon, Ky. Tennessee with I'll stock e'wes for sale. cur. Lad taken rofuge in a railroad culvert, jnnd enfold the valley of the Cumberland. Reid.J. S. Hocter, S. i. W'e.T J. Foter. Along with another year's subscripabout a J of an llackley gave us T Harm. Or. . U MoiAi-r- Thomaa Metcalf. A. was forced to uttundoti his retreat by the The unending echoes of tho hurrying James HavJfii, do hour's talk Monday night on high tax tion, Kev. J.'M. Coleman, of Macon, Mo., M Pence, J. K VanArdaleand J Y. ana and swim foi waters emblem of life and eternity dash of tho rising waters occoinc toemer hereby associate Has leased one of the staMcs at Pence ,V) Tarns and illiteracy ami claimed that such sends this: "Wo have had very dry rpurated pursuant to the proMsions of Lis life. A large area of the storm visit- - emtio up from the depths of tho cataract track aud mil run a general ... 1... tl... ...leu in iili. r nil nnr it...illi.i.........- - ,w...w.. nf AliQuntiri fnr e the General Statutes of Kentucky, as a A, . i.i nut i" " iti tliic nnrtinn w "- '"" " utiKiu Comiwny, for the purchase Of the reul estate, mill c 1 district will scarcely nmko seed corn beneath his window. liquor several weeks. I never Saw gardens as and elevator and all the personal prort about Breaking and Training Stable. resources. He claimed tha. tho Hut risiuu above the resounding tide I ownod by the t'.iis season. Stanlord. Ky , " Ul l)0 the tuill.ofRoller Mill Co.,"lormerly the purcha.e He has had sufficient tmlllc is greatly the cause and if elected completely burned up. and for "Stanford - perennial in confidence to thesoul, when him eixrieiice to make !w an of such other additional real estate ami machinery hi ratuiuill - IMatfs dry goods store, Stiths I lotel ',verv U(Ulh,v foiintn,n ghnH ct.ase t0 will try to pass n clause against its man- very short." vrir 1 exuert ill the business and as may be required and for the purpose of reasonable Gie him a hare of jour patronage. Kentucky. His Cincinnati IS !,nBoiia milling business. The cattlo market the Adams express otlice and several Ao WM fn,th o thc (,y1R ,u (he ufacture or tralllc in corporation shall bcIne .. !.... f i..n .1. i. ... ..i.! ...i u Thp name ot th M.ifco.,ii other buildingsburutHl at Kliwtbothtown; m,j,W(.rlnK triumph of the parting hymn, speecli was noi one oi oioqueiicu uiu ui utiii ami ueiivy, wiui uest snipiors quoi- N"w StanIord KoUshall be at - and its ptincipnl Stanford, Lincoln of buaincss fairness toward his opponent, who was ed at ; other grades run from that down place loss S!$"j,000. "Jetut lover of my oul, was present to 1 J; hogs are active, best bringing 4;i 3. the general nature of the business John Menefee , Let me to Thy bosom not here. , ., The (Jueen City Full Mile Driving . r i , rArnnrniion shall be the purchae and i. ... oi it. muiua ,.cU,.iv.-atllt aslcetl Uie support oi out ....t.. wiieep lire eh. m -- j iu tit i...i. i... ' and sale of flour and meal and secured Sunol to trot against ' Club has W hile the tewst still U high.' tin iloiu? oi whatever cite pertains to the conduit . .!.. ,..! ,1 which ho is sure to get, with best of declined aud are qusted at 3 to 0L nor recorn aim turn iuu iu uui mill, aud the purchase and sale of Prn..ft ,,.a iftili frl S.tj ...... IllVvf l 1Vk SJJIi A Chicago report puts the com av- ofallouriii? E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor coal , tho stallion record at the club's meeting Kar ami with its close the triumphant feelings. U. P. Bright also announced UC 4 H'll.. ..V.V.. the people here would meet Friday erage in Kentucky at 00 per ceut. In $30,000 thirty thousand 111. VUIUI.IIIII lll.llinto dollars, divided in September. nrv nf tlw umita Inct Itoltlit lirnlr frnm that ovonliiL' to select some candidates for this section both tho acreage and con- - shares of one hundred dollars each, uhieh is paid Kentucky h?; a better reputation. -- Tie KV. Trolling tioreo meeuors lhe j.)g q ie . . . . un in full this, June y. 189a, by the transfer to the1 " anu " PrPr'or .leterra nea mat magistrate for this district. John .Miner tlitiou is lully up to tno best years, Comnanv of the property mentioned in Sec. i. ilSSOCiatlOU W 111 oner nuuiiuii iciiil-buhshall be maintained. The corporation shall commence operations called ou us Wednesday in tho interest Thoro are splendid. crops in the parts of thik, theoth day of June, 1890, and continue in tative stake for thU year's foals, to be Unmurmuring patience, heroic chris- vears therelrom. is Bovle, Garrard and Lincoln that we pii.tence twentv-Iiv- e trotted in ISM, of $10,000 and another of tjan forttUl,0 frate(ul reKanl for ntteI. of his brother. Mr. Robert 'White 6 The affairs of the corporation shall be conHe has recently acMed to its appointments as his son Will have recently visited. by a Hoard of nine Directors, of hlch fh e uow called "grand-pa,ducted i'20,000 for next year s foals, to be troton rect.ive(li ,oynl nml IovinR nflectlon shall constitute a quorum, and the Hoard shall pnrt1 mill At Winchester court Monday Auc- h.ve the power to employ for the corporation such is the first one to hear the welcome voico r hm. kv.B.a... m ...7. W ted in ISM or MM. (or t,Me thnt rt.mai,lt,(i behiml, steadfast Also employees .is may De necemary or a child, a daughter. Dr. Harlan sold at tioneer Ramsey sold 2I5 fair feeders, MO njtents andme county a funeral was faith and triumph in tho Lord, was In Jackson ui inuaiiairs ui ineturpsr-- 1 coiuiuci the l.mwntir Rome dumaced wheat for 80 pounds, at &I.01; 2:5 plain feeders, SOo iiroper ir to acquire by purchase or otherwise A FirSt"CI aSS LlVOry ation and Stable conducted whore, by request of the de- last testimony. nr ncrcnnal nronprtv nrcKorv or . ,MU1 ., l r f u t wheat with soino piiinds, $2.Jo; 2d plain feeders, SOO lbs., .... vn1 Mvfi -hiiKi,if..s nf the tnrl.nr.it irtii .i cents it being old isi4i.i.giiiiuuu4ic ins ucnumii uir ui tincrcaftca .nm fnr l. ceased, a man walked around her grave After tho long night of peaceful and ,. The Hoard of Uitectors shall be elected i.cst, lurnouu lurnuaed :2.77.L 0110 bunch extra Calves. SLS.SOlier iraniicni paironajc , soven times, blowing a trumpet. Tho ready waitiug in the earliest hour of must. Klzy Miller and wife, of Illinois, Commercial iravciers anu otners. on tne seconu to, nually by the stocknoiuers ollice for one year St!erai milh cnvi urougllt, r. visitine Sallie Euhanks. Took Hub tohold d!(y cuch jamury, old woman wanted to bo absolutely buic the still summer day amid tho breakat :2. Nearly all Oil'eritlgS were Sold at and until their successors areInelected and nuali- alio was dead, believing that that noise ing of dawn on mountain, valley and bio's tine bay in a re took tho blue tie January, 1891, thc . . tied. Until the hrt election . uforcsaid shall be and compose the tho Lancater fair, but Took is at a loss to prices lower tliatl last COUlt. bUU. would wake her If she was not. y luuuiity ot uie torpnraiiun. ho loved so well parting the ' stream OOd, Ot IJ.UlMlIe, 6OI1I th(, n,reJ,oryof the corporation shall be filled by UlOIliaS A The Argentine tevolutiou was short veil of mist in tho shadowy gorge of tho know how to proceed for next year, unI will pay a Reward of Fifty Dollars for informaputtli. thn remaining Directors ring for such linr,,, Mrmilnv "4 luvtil nf nfMl.tiniiml tion on conwalon of any unauthorized person and not very sharp. Tho collapse camo (lowing river the chariot of deliveranco less they give n .,., The corporation shall at no time contract or ceuts; head of 1,000-lb- . at .5.0j, incur aebt exceeding Sjo.coo. ho only has one. This week at when the revolutionary forces exhausted descended on tho wings of the morning stock, its shall have all ol the powers Found Cutting Timber or DamThe ' '! vntiliiim 1,1UU IU3., ttl .ij CIS. l,.Vhlni , of .I,. General Statutes will ilnisli up meadows and a good vote HIlll -, aging- any improvements their supply of cartridges. President and took the weary pilgrim home. Kobb, Harrow and Tucker sold their of Kentucky. , is expected next Monday. On the following property : . - 10. The pm ate property 01. tno memoers 01. tnis Celtnan is reported to have resigned and K. II. Pg AKC'C, W'licat, auOUl o,UUU UUSIieiS, O tne I.ex- corporation shall be exempt from the debts of the Thelarmsat Highland known as W A Cash's, lmvo been succeeded by to IJastin Heirs', ,V,V.Lc"'n,-l'r.Ee.!Sa.,,Pastor M. K. Church South, Danville. MiMi.,..n Tlmnilton has hist been ' iimton Holler Mills. at SO cents, to bo do- K'Ptlon. uoaro, 01. inrccir ,nn vv. t a Young's i, aerenlacc.W. ickj II P Youn, (J Pelligrini. Kverything in Huenos tie f July LVth. 1V.K0. secreury and ireaturvr, neither ui.ich ry's, m. Long's, nwanledS 1.500 damages in n breach o Hvered on the cars. v. O. Uroek sold dent, tli ill K ...mrntnrvitlh) ... . Art: with th ether or At Cox's (Jap W, Hut.hisn' .. , Avres and tho country is quiet. 40 acre farm. ...... ..I " I Cnnl-Ulnrrecmau ..nu i. u. utiiiti, uuiiuiu, others, wlucn saia onicers "Vnan iiom ineir llguiuai .u. tuliler, ol llarrodsimrg, is lirOllllSO COSOlr,.,... !... r . u. f nniinti' 111 n nisi ncua iu u. P Ulinnl.n.. (l jif l..ll'ln one year, or until their successor ..5., on.e Creek, 307 acres, c. nairen iimoer iructs on liuclc A voiine Kind shnian named J. 15. are elected and John Turnbulfs, sacres, John Anf! tO "lnnlimlm at CeiUS. Air ...t Ol .UaSOll r0m The lloanl may require of its Treas- Iluchanan's, 301 acres, M.J. Harris', 90 acres, H. and killed bv an tin- - dead from a cold contracted while sol Wealthy KVrr.U was shot Joh Andersons, 14 acres, 15.000. Kliackleford gttVO 118 a .Shepherd agreed to put lip JoOO ttS a for- -' urertheevocutlonofasuaicutbond. iSooMrs. Nancy aim iui Wash Hams'. 5a; acres, Freeman's, 800 acres, r known paity at Middlesboro and his1 dieriug in Harlan county. our hands this, June 9. his prom-- 1 feit, which he failed to do and tho sal- - Witness s. r. Harris, Robinson Mill tract, I. Tobin's farm, iiryant not complying body was dragged and laid across tho Curd, of the same city is also dead, aged reason for isothatho had contracted a disease was declared oil". Howard Hampton, Jr. railroad track where, it was .afterwards vo years ry Miller's, 390 acres, Henry .Millers, 41a acres, J. S. HOCKER. A vessel arrived at Victoria, 11. 0., which made it impossible for him to do 8old to W. O. Brock oOO mountain weth I. W. HAYDKN. Stephen Uurch't, 15a acres, D. It. Edmiston's run over by a dummy tr.dy. In two take him di- - ere, to weigh 100 pounds aud to bo taken ollered to J. K. VANARSDALE. tract, Slroae iioute, uottaze near depot at Crab pockets of tho dead man were found with 13,000 eal skins and its crow say so, but Miss Lena S. G. HOCKER. Orchard, Hotel, Cottage andStorehouse at Ottea- 110 Oct. 1st nt Hi ceuts. Wincliester uenio I. OITKNIIEIMEK. A. M. PENCE, helm several Ktigllsh and Scotch that tho catch this year will beat all sease and all and tho jury tiiongnt passes on lOi.fim F. HEID crat. Azeat for Owners. O previous years. ought to have accommodated her. railways. Garrard College, - - - Lancaster, Ky. - i y. ,ut Ar-Hol- .r. - !' . . . 1..1T I' M lUfsm-vKi.- ,' 1 ... I o .. ., r- -i .11.1-1.- .) 1TI' r & JikmmiwmmMmmimi-wgfyW,ty&; .tRKtiaa JmyiAw;MYimmih' mmF'izmPt m '.MMr MM&klMaWkL. SL .va: 5ari . l 4 , .. n-.- " .... i.w.-..- ... wTra xm:mMmmmm& 1M mimmMM Ha-ke- r, I. .1 . nut-tod- . l.in-eol- n - fur-nbdie- d . , -- CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, Classical and Business. firit--la. i;, 1 Snt-M- r. . For Girls and Boys. . '.V Short-Han- 1 i H.6.RUPLEY,-- j m VK ""-'- - ' ,il-p- ... f, 7", t, ,7 1 i. ... M iit Affy - - "" SPRING AND SUMMER I. GOODS. i '. .. j , I- , .,. ..,.... "" FOB SALE! i 10-d- mil ,"; in mi , j POSTED. as north-easter- n c . pie., - corn-crti- -- j 1 Farm Por Sale. ai-r- c STOTICE. i j grati-ridille- il ,v j cfc m-- j ' -u 1 ei NEWCOMB wall-kno- HOTEL. 1 i- -j Ca-be- ,!,"i:l:; mmmm . . j Sj-t- t. j our.i-IK-- i C. L. CBOW Chap-Oo- f ' ti- . I , i carrj-11- l0 yr i- ' i wiTHE MYERS HOUSE 1 1 ... - 1 V . .i, ... : ....... A 11C U ... ..,.,, 011 " v .. nilll'irrl'Pirlnra JK -J-- -- V. -- 1 --. an-- 1 saiur-I1CUU- s,- -0 111 $50 R3BBTAHD! ' .1- ..,. 1 Vice-Preside- ..... -, .,... 1 , .- "-r- ? -' ,......, "' Ter-o- r, ii"i-ivtj.- ., .1 1 1 1 -- ' 1 - 'O"'". , WmetcalF. wui"lZVUXtiH$t!fi2: u t O, ? 1 " W Stanfokd, Ky , -- . Three childien were killed and two Thk result of the enieful compilation the most favorable to the wounded by being caught by a train on from source. republican administration of the govern- a bridgo at Patterson, N. J. The combined harvesters used in end of the fiscal year ArwrsT 1, 1830 ment, is that at thegovernment will not California s largo wheat fields require the United Mates have a dollar to its credit, says the New usually a team of 'iQ mules to pull them. The grand total of appro priations, including pensions, is$ IS7.000,-HOthe total estimated leeeiptsareSWO,-000,00To this amount add surplus in the treasury, July 1, S.V,rjO0,0O0, and the National Bank redemption fund, forced into the treasury by Congress, 5w,li00,-000 This gives a grand total of expendiof available funds. The tures, according to the figures above given, will be $4S7,OOO,OO0. But the government has now got to redeem National Bank notes, and the amount required for this fiscal year will not be less than SSl.OOO.OOO, making the total expendi tures provided for or which will have to be paid out of the treasury this year SolO.000,000. The government will fctill owe the national bank note redemption The amount which fund SO.'.OOO.OOO. will be paid out or is actually set apart by appropriations will thus bo So42,000,-00Leaving a prospective deficit in the United States treasury, July 1, 1SP1, of $1,300,000. The question of an existing surplus will cut no figure in the next campaign, but the profligate partv in power will have to do a great deal of explaining where it has gone to. Vo k Herald. 0. $54,-100,000. W. F. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Fcr Superior Judge, JOSEPH IlAKllOUK. " Apellate Clerk, W. W I.OXUMOOR " Delegate to Constitutional Conention, W 11, 0. Half of Falls street, at Seneca Fall", N. Y., which is the principal thoroughfare, burned, causing a loss of at least a TALK OF THE TOWN The topic among all classes during tho past week has been tho great sale MILLER. " County Judge, THOMAS ' ' " ' " " VARXON County Attorney, JOSEPH 11 PAXTON; County Clerk, GEORGE II. COOPER; Sheriff, J. N MEXEKEE ; Jailer, SAMUEL M.OWENS; Assessor, E. I). KENNEDY; xds, W K. McCLAUY Sup't of Common Surveyor, HARRY A EVANS; Coroner. ARCH CAHSON V. million dollars. The demociutic convention of tho 4th Ohio Congressional district, after taking 000 ballots, has adjourned.tomeet at Piqua, September 3. The United Mine Workers have appointed April 30, ISM, as the date when rule shall go into effect in all the mines of the United States. Of the $14'2,5Htt5 internal revenue collected last year Kentucky paid next to Illinois the largest contributor. This district paid 51,343,ol.. $17,-0-5t,0- at THE We LOUISVILLE STORE A IV Iff IE fer a, lif i ? m ! I Mr a ". sr j Joe Henry Clark was stabbed to ballots in the Southern t Barlow knife, at death with a authorizes FcJeral elections; county, by Woolison Keeue, Jessamine to call in the army and the nayy to Taylor, late Sunday night. Both are manage an election, and that without uegroes. any constitutional demand from theState The Climax fays the combined reto out the authorities; proposes to rule Low sources of the four Richmond banks foot of all State canva&singboanls returns sweep o'oods up Si04;l,70G.20. Their surplus fund is at as to Congressional elections, and obligj. il& VP.fl.ll.il TivnsnormiQ uuLume of Tiikke were only ;7 of the o'2o mem- fc.'.TO.OOO, and their individual deposits Lit- wiy.t u I lt '' es the clerk of the House of Representabers of Congress present at one of its sesHouse we do tives, under penalty of imprisonment, to sions a few nights ago. That was one Ol(,ll'3.74. a, we The fare from Louisville to Boston to we Beat the candidates whom these Federal time that Czar Reed couldn't count a and return on account of the encampkeep Vow, to have been electdeclare one quorum. As a matter of fact there has ment of the G. A. R. has been cut to men are ed. No wonder all thn ,inm not been a majority of the members 514.30. Tickets will be sold Aug. shocked at a law so revolutionary in its present any session for no to go ten days, but good till oOth. at ev provisions and are determined to to way of legislapeople An entire familv, consisting of Sylprevent its adop- that doesn't stand in the ery legitimate means to tion. Reed and the clerk are sulllcient vester Golden, wife and three children, ICo wonder the thought of a tion. forall ordinary purposes of were run over and killed by a train at ''boycott" occurred, even though it be by the republicans. Grafton, W. Va. They were on their Main Street, Stanford, Ky, and abhorrent menus an 31. of fighting an evil or carrying a poiut. expected that Col. way to church. It could not be express engines reSome The light of protest and petition is being Matt Adams would enthuse very much larger cities and the over Longmoor, as the soreness of defeat cently constructed for an Eastern road Roger Pryor, died in Nottowav county, used in many of the .Senate is being Hooded with appeals to had not worn otF, but he has lost an op- have without dilHculty hauled 17pasen Va., aged Ml. He had been a Presbyterade At nearly throttle the infamous measure that Ue.'d portunity to show his colors, which may ger coaches up a rian preflrhsr for over 00 yuursand it is and his mob would force upon a peace- give him trouble in the future. stated of Dr. Pryor that forSOyoore conWe o0 miles an hour. Incendiaries set fire to the roddeiue secutively during his ministry ho never ful South. Kentucky holds the first like Matt Adams very much and had exState election since its passage by the pected better of him, but love democracy of Rev. David Plumb, at Coles, Intl. Mrs. misled an appointment to preach on acHouse. A vote for Tinsley is a vote of more and Longmoor none the less. His Plumb and three children wero burned count of sickuesv, nml, after lie became to deth and Mr. Plumb was so badly SO years of age, he would frequently, in approval of his party and its infernal majority ought to be 0,000. burned that he cannot live. methods. This is no time for democrats good weather or bad, rido ten miles to Dr. W. II. Burt, of Chicago, has Hon. Tim Needham, of Grant, has been to falter. Go to the polls ami show the pi each and then return home. party in power how utterly and how declared the democratic nominee for Sen- evolved a new "cure" for consumption Rev. Otto Kuhr, tmvoling missionunanimously we despise and detest their ator to succeed Hon. W. W. Dickerson. in its first and second stages. It con- ary of tho German Home Mis'ion of the efforts to stir up strife in our midst by resigned. Tim will bo elected und get sists chiefly in the liberal and pereist Lutheran church, returned to Otteuheim the substitution of bayonets for ballots Seuator tacked to Ids name, but he will ent drinking of water charged with car- a few days ago from a journey to Alasee no service during his term, unless bolic acid. and of foico for freedom. bama and Tennessee. He started two of Knox coun Col. D. K. the legislature is called iu extraordinary new churchis, one at Franklin, Ky., the Gen. Landram is making urgent ap- session, an hypothesis not at all probable ty, and Col. John B. Fish and Judge C. "German Lutheran ApostellGemeinilo," peals to nil the faithful to "chip in" for with Gov. Buckner's knowledge of the W. Metcalf, of Bell county, are each and another at Athens, Ala., "The GerJudge Tinsley's race to enable the party shortcomings of such bodies. seeking the democratic nomination for man Lutheran St. Paul Gonieinde." It to meet the "legitimate and necessary Congress iu the 11 th district, which is is a new ottlemont near Athens of about It is sent out from Washington that 10,000 republican. expenses" of advancing the work, add o) persons, who have comu since Inst ing that the republicans are sure to win Reed is trying to foice Blaine out of the The Bureau of Statistics reports that year. Air. Kuhr tells us that corn crops if their full vote is brought out. We are cabinet because of his "treasonable ut- for the six months ending June 1 the look poorly thereabouts, but cotton is very much of the opinion, in which ma- terances" on the McKiuley tarifl bill. number of immigrants arriving at our tine. ny republicans concur, that he who gives The Czar of the House may succeed, but ports from European countries was The meeting conducted by Evangeof his lucre to advance so forlorn a cause it will be the worst day's work he ever against 43S,01'J for the correspond- list M. B. Williams grows in interest ami as Judge Tinsley's will beanother exam- did. Blaine has more sense than all of ing period in 1SSS. visible results. Several others have reple of the fool and his money parting. the republican leaders combined and At East Saginaw, Mich , 10,000,000 solved to forsake the error of their way The general proceeds on the presump they will do well to heed his advice, fet of lumber, I'J.OOO cords of stove since' lust ri'iiort :ml nllicrH urn Anxious. tion that all the democrats are ignoram- even if it is for free trade, or "reciproci- wood, 10 dwelling and four other house", v i(1uiring what thev must do to be uses, with not enough tense to go to the ty," as he calls it. 4,000 barrels of salt and (Ml railroad carsi8iml There W(,g an nll.1iy IIK.etn,. polls and claim a victory that is already went up in smoke, involving a loss of yeator.lay antl on eiicli tlay tliro is There have only been two responses won. In this the general is reckoning half insured. VjW nt Ue Metholi0t church at fi.IW, in without his host. Woodford W. Long-mo- to the circular letter of the --The report of receipts and expend!-- ' 1 10 ire9bvterian church lecture-rooat of the Kentucky Press Association, ask0 will be elected by not less than by the Johnstown Flood Relief . nn,i ;,, rnn, nt iP wii. ing those newspapers who applied for tures majorif y, in spite of a few sulking Commission shows that the total con- hams is a fluent and eloquent spuaker to Winchesdemocrats and the tender solicitation of and got transportation s tributions were $L',til:.,34fl.::o, and and never fails to present some old truth the republicans in behalf of Col. Adams, ter, but failed to attend, for the payleaving an un- in a new way. Though young in years, ment of the annual dues of SI the who, they claim, failed of nomination expended balance of f he is old in a knowledge of the Scripture Danville Advocate and the Maysville simply because he wore the blue. A national convention of the union and is really a wonderful man in many Bulletin. What is the matter with the labor party has been called to meet in wavs. There was a very large and enthusi- other thirty? St. Louis September 3, to outline the meeting at Liberty, Monday, in the astic After winning the race at Harrods-bur- g Judge DkHaven is being spoken of interest of the Cumberland Railroad. for presiding officer of the constitutional campaign of lS't'J. The greenback partv, Nancy Hanks was sold to Vincent tho farmers' alliance, the wheo'ors and The people are fully alive to the imporwill in all grangurs are invited to send representa- Cromwell for $10,000. convention, but Gov. Knott tance of securing it and after Gov. Hind-ma- probability bo accorded the Arc headquarters for The prohibition crunks in tho West honor. He tives. D. W. Vandeveer, R. C. Warren, Hooding the mails with frantic apis a line paliamentariau and in every Gov. Bob Taylor, of Tennessee, are , Gen. Wolford and W. W. Jones had way worthy of the honor, though we characterizes the Force Bill as "a trea- peals to the republican members of Con- Hlard-warocfco. made rousing speeches, the leading citihave heard it urged that hu is most too sonable, contemptible, atrocious, assassi- gress to hurry up with tho long promiszens obligated themselves to present Suindolent for the position. i ... r i it ' nating attempt to perpetuate republican ed legislation to nullify tho recent Plows ! riaa. whatever company that may build the juy. ameuiivcr umi or Hamilton Steel preme Court decision iu regard to "origirule at the expense of the peace and road with a free thro' Ca Charles Xouuhokk, the noted corresnal packages." Tin o people want noth- Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no sey. .More than naif of such way tias pondent of the New York Herald, has prosperity of both tho white and black ing short of national prohibition and this is what makes the republican lend- plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow been secured and the other will be ar- been placed on tho retired list by Mr. people of the South." warranted to ers so uneasy. The House committee on ranged for immediately. What are Lin- Bennett at half pay for tho rest of his The father of Hon. W. T. Jones and do good work, or no salf has reported a stringent bill Ask your neighbor. coln's commissioners doing? days, which will be spent in Lower Cali- ' .Mrs. Neal, neighbor, hail a row over prohibits lottery circulars, tickets and one of Mr. a whom Jones' fornia. Mr. N. was in Louisville this It It is rather gratifying to learn that the weeic, where he was handsomely enter- lists of drawings, anil lottery advertise Mrs. Neal threatened to kill unless it ments in newspapers carried in the mails was chastised. Mrs. Neal grew wrathy Supreme Court of Georgia has decided tained by Mr. " . Watterson. or delivered by carriers. A penalty of aml catching Mr. Jones uy the winsKern, why Tom Wool-lolthat there is no reason HOUSE, who with an ax, while they lay The Cincinnati Crematory incinerated tine or imprisonment can bo imposed on KS n thVn .ne to the F. B. RILEY, Propriotor, eand 'pui asleep, killed his father, six its OOth body this week. Cremation any person depositing such matter in the the irate woman on the street. She had - - Kentucky. both men arrested, but at the trial she London, Tlltfe hrantifiil i.t u .i.i children and an old lady visitor, should may become popular, but it will do so mails Ihaxemoxc.ltomy new Hcler,aml .m Utter Tho'Jal"''.' mw 4't was fined S10, old man Jones l and W l"suZto,'t. not hang. The horrible crime was com- very slowly. The average man abhors ?"" prepared than evtr to accommodate the nuLlic. ! .yl Ve. .". purett chalvlxato"" CHURCH AFFAIRS. T. acquitted. me old prunrietcr. .Mm..-- wtr ... to ,... (tood I.ncrv jtiachcil and mv mn..,..r. ' mitted two years ago this month and the the idea of being burned up even after . ton pcnt manv ham.v hA.. ... ..?'."' .""." n,,.l, i:,.;., ' ...-- wonder is that he has been permitted to he is dead. He prefers to moulder into Kev. il. Allen iupper preacheu i fkankjcu JL live so long. Such aggravating exam- dust to being made so in an hour. strong sermon at the Broadway Baptist l'"":, ' !,tre wa "ever a cooler, mo,. .l,l,.h.r..i ples of the law's delay is tho prime cause church, Louisville, Sunday, against lot I Ifvr Tor Dale privately my knewn n the St.infc.rd and CA I.tuinford of so much of Judge Lynch's work. The NEWS CONDENSED. teries and against the Louisiana Lottery old Lcwi pike, and place, near the to I)ix Ktter, Lancaster running luarly people grow restive and impatient and containing 112 ACTOM lt.ii well imppmil, has Company in particular. upirnii! !.. e Katetof heard, beginning A $1,275,000 of our gold was exportgixid (.ittern, and t tie land is in a line state f RICHMOND, KENTUCKY July 1'ir Veik mob law takes the place of that on tho A camp meeting will begin at Booas-borCall mi or addre me at Gilbert Creek, IJ.OO ed to Europe this week. I'er I)y Session opfii.Sept. 10, lrt'N). S I. U'lTIIr-KSKy i oo books. statute I'er Meal August 0th and continue through Lexington's population is stated at 4" Three Colleges. Thirteen Departments IVr Month O or fVmf, .. II ,...... three Sundays. Dr. K. O. Guerrant and r . .. fnii.ju.iii name i,,r rnit.fk new from Boyle is not 23,800, a gain of 50 per cent. Classical, . r The political icr.tihc. and Commercial ........ 0. A. BENEDICT & CO., .!.''."iiuniwri'i . and 50 '"'e wk . .7.7'" " Gov. Nichols, of Louisiana, has but other prominent ministers will bo presLiurscs. I uense., nunWitPiiVn i,. i..i .",. ...'.. reassuring. The republicans have enent and conduct the services. Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, 24n .vttend.incc- last one eye, one arm and one leg. 3:f, from dorsed R. II. Caldwell, the preacher-politicia5 tate. u d tun tune;.. A church choir row iu the Vain TANKOUD, KY. Louisville is excited because Supt. for county judge, and it is feared tor iu.) nf. ni.ifin an t tal. t'..c. a i 'r- , that there will be a sutliciant number of Porter says sho hasn't but 15.3,7."(J peo- street Methodist church, Covington, end Wei It drilled to order aud Pumps furnished L HBLANTON, D D., Chancellor ed in Charles Freeman, a train dispatch factory price. unworthy democrats, who will bolt tho ple. er on tueu. v u., cownming i.awver An explosion in a mine iu Franco regular ticket, to elect him. It is sin cerely to be hoped that they will see tho .killed 100 people and torribly burnod ."0 Graziana, who charged that Mrs. Freeman, the organist, was iu t'lio habit of Huieidal result of such action and yet others. Dealer In The census returns give Cincinnati meeting "gentlemen friends" over in tho McFer-ran- , change their minds. James B. of KENTUCKY. 11 20tf,7fl0 people and Hamilton county den of deviltry known as Cincinnati. WELL FSPERS. tho democratic no.ninee, is 18 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS. disgraceful scenes usually enactThe capable and has served his party 373,820. . FIIIKTS & OILS, 'turlcnltuml, Scientific, JJnfi- Clifton P. Breckinridge wa3 ed at the High Bridge cam meeting aie well. Surely there is no good reason for Hfci'lny, Class leal, Xo r in a I for Congress in the Second Arkan-sa- s more glaring this year than ever. Prosscratching him. VARNISHES, ETC . STCTTTOaT School, Academic, Commercial s district. titutes, gamblers, walking and - KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, It seems to be almost forgotten that. and Military Courses of Study. Tho republicans of Tennessee nomi- numerous nefarious devices are openly HUSTON VILLB, KY. Judge Jamea Barbour Is a candidate to nated Col. Baxter for governor and en- seen and tho devil is raking ten souls in WA LL PAPKIt AND UKCOIIATIOXS. the lare COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED Central Kentucky, est and most complete stock FREE OF TUITION. succed himself as superior judge, but dorsed the Force bill. on the outside to one that tho preachers with all the latest and most inartiitic decorations should see that his name is on Hoard Koom Mouldings and Windemocrats known to the trade. The conference committee aro turning from tho error of their way dow Shades In endless variety PRICES THE dormitory i pit h vvK ; In prl nto (unilllt I1.M has their tickets.' He has wade a good judge, agreed to report 14 For Catalogue utid entrutiru exumluulloii LOWEST AND WORK THE IlEST. An n puperaaddrpsa the Senate bill on the on the inside. is the democratic nominee and deserves nation is kindly solicited before orders are Kev. Theodore Pryor, father of Gen. placed. UMES K. PATTERSON, Fk. D Lf ilrgtMKy, i original package question. yoerBuppuii. ai'iia Congressional ollico-hold-efive-cen- Somb people do not understand exactly what the Force bill is. It is a very lengthy concern that couldn't be printed on n sheet the size of this paper. Boiled down to n few words it is a measure which seeks to substitute bayonets for 71. J'ngland and Germany refused to permit tho National Rifles of Washington to enter their dominions in a military capacity and the intended trip abroad is off. promised a feast of bargains, and oar hearts were made glad with the appreciation which our pa trons showed in swelling oar sales far bcijond our c.vvectations. J. successful Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Trunhs, Carpet and Matting business is a constant succession of successes. It is a continual "moving out" of one season's goods to "make room'9 for the floods of t ne coming season. J no successful house doesn't have much to move in order to malic room for the goods that arc coming in. POPULAR BUSINESS METHODS Courteous attention 7 -- olli-ci- al oflice-holde- rs fair-mind- 0, law-maki- customers, commendable goods and Prices are ''movers" in our business, and theu make a clean great of the ." uru ...... ousmess or the iiwu icuut. 'I'. A.. wins' ..... may require occasional enlargement. But when enlarge, spread grow taller, or wont have lot of unsalable stuffs work off for them. don't the Summer is going out at door and Autumn is coming m at another, and the light Summer things nm nrm aiul have string tied them, and they will atrWondcrul Bargains. Nothing vlcases us better than ham compare our oodsand prices ' our inducements and, bargains, with those offered elsewhere. -- r SALINGER, Manager. ten-whe- 117-fo- ot I NEW GOODS: We Have Raw-lin- JUST RECEIVED- Our First Shipment of FALL x CLOTHING, 151,-219, In Medium and Heavy Weights, and Stiff and Soft Hats, The I-atest ' Styles and Colors. or m o0,-00- ,i, ,in STAGG & McROBERTS. v theex-penditure- 07,-0-).- HIGGINS &M'KINNEY n, .., rK i Crooerios, Stoves, Salt, Lira, right-of-wa- y tiui r- - I post-oflic- anti-lotter- y grand-childre- . 1 k, I step-mothe- r, ri THE RILEY COOK'S SPHHTGS. . I . Farm For Sale. . - Kii&w antral InivcreitYig&HSsak&S m I " -- i ci o i - .. .i 1 - - ses-io- 1 - A. E. G0CBBGNS, STATE COLLEGE thor-oiifib- ly mBBtBBt bar-room- J. T. & CO., . ttrmbeclnnK4-(ruil'r-lOtli.lsn- 111 ex-a- ); .? i 64-t- r j . & rLt.t2.ijniL ?.( 5 'c V J h f v.vng ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal! Anuvr I'ltcsn cnmlios and fruits nt Ziuuner'e.' I 8tanfoiu), Ky., b.cwalton.uus. Manager ' ... , A nKAiTtrvL line of Chamber sot Ten seta mill Olnasirnte jns--t received nt 1890 A. A. Warren's Model (irocerv. w.ih knocked oil a box ear in tunnel No. :t, Wednesday and bad bis head tlllfl W....JV.,.. ntnl liriflu tiiwlliJ fllt ...... lirnlc.tff ... . V ..V. , ? tick. t.t8 to Chiieo, from thu 1st to tbo 5th, at specially low rates, jjooil to the TiiK Q. C. will sell round-trip rot-in- i MEANS Y BUSINESS. 12th. 'I urtipilt' fur xiliicription, or at Ixndtnitti or fr Gitoimr. W. Giintky has laid aside his toll, will come forward mid ttlc wnho .t coin; to the expenx' of a ami Thi buv!ic mnt be 54 a day job to como over, he says, and -. TH.ti.rn.MOrttog.r. at once kC M. SI'OOXAMORE, PrcMdent- .. 44 Gordon, U. S., is a candidato for patron- - whoop his colored brethren up for Tins-leyT"V, . s oifico at niMing in Mr. W. U. A SPI.KXDII) He also says there will be no with many things In its favor. It .. w and ami la located at th Myers', is ', county ticket out that he courto is tltor- ,.iiiiik.raraa Hiin xiiik 'ouffhiiiid complete and oinploys ten knows of, but it would be well for the l?"e' .. . ..v ' i iij iMaav .oe ad. on our first itago mid democrats to be. prepared for any emerMrAlli-ti- r I Willie and ticbers. T PIIIVATE SALE and vie write to the princiml, if you wish to gency. Go to tbo polls and give our full Hunt, went to Crab Orchard springs e t ittr t jmate tale our To i.lo-- i part.itr.' ip ticket a lift. hear further of the iiiKtitntion. 1 TiiKbePt j.Inco to bu drupt", patent per cent. tnediciiu-- and toilet nrtitli-- is at A. R. The colored people are, arranging for IVunv'n. p. a bit camp tnectiuc to benin here Aug. Buy your school book?, ink, tablet paper, pencilh and school supplieH of all Sth and la&t 10 days. Tents will be rained near the Old Rochester Sfiritii? kni'lH from A. It. IVnnv. and tunny of the leading colored divines PERSONAL POINTS. will officiate dining the meeting. Mb. H. C. Ktet.itv iti attending; tbo A ?5,0O0 monument is to be erected llarrodfbtin; Kiiir. ovor thu remains of thu lute Col. A. M. Mit. X. W. .Ironies h8, taken charge Only ji',000. Swope. of the (loshi'ii trhool. His will sets apart that amount for a Mil Jons- J. Allun, of Johnson City, stone to mark the resting place of him Tenn., was in town yehterday. and hl family in "'ir city of the dead. MimSli.ii:Cook, of Hustonville, is with her fritter, Mrs. li. 15. Cooper. Xet Monday will be election day Mih .Ip.nsig HrnniM has e,ono to visit and only two more days are left for remtivesat Harrodsbiire, dnrine, tbo fair. work. l.Kt every democrat be up and Win. I.. Owsley, of Louisville, U doing. Our excellent county ticket friends here. ought to receive an overwhelming maP ending a few days with MimMinv. 1'iieli'c, of Richmond, is jority and Lincoln ehould see that the the Kiiest of hercouMn, Mis Mary old poldier is handsomely en dorsed. Mkc. (i. C. Kki.leii, Sit, of llarrodsTin: regular weekly ball will occur at burg, is with hor daughter, Mrs 0. C. and will be largeCrab Orchard Keller, Jr. ly attended by Stanford people and MtvtKiMwir McKiswijy and friend, those from all the biirrounding towns. Julia Yager, went to Lancaster yestor uight there will be a 15 day to visit friends. led by Miss Mattie MrAlistor, of Mits. G. A. Pkvto.v and children nro Danville, and Prof. J. - Patterson, of visiting Mrs. A. IS. Gibbons and Mrs. G. Lexington. T. Helm, at Danville. r would be exactly like the republiMifs llo,v Lkb Joxcs, of Ftanfortl, has t. can methods of doing such things for vi- -i ting Mioses May mid Kvn been .... M.i.1.1 ft. s a .Isil'.i. U....i ,m Wincheitor Deiiioernt. Mu. Dn. G. W. Hhoxaii.h went up and many believe that they will. It 'I Hobday to visit her sou' family, Mr. II . will amount to nothing, though, if the democrats do their duty. lie Mire and II 1'ronnugh, at Crtib Orchard. Mn. W. o. B. Altott, who recently go to the J Kills Rinl help to roll up a ma- i to Junction City, bad to rotnrii jority to b proud of. s . your account?. 1 mean you. Tun lluttonville Fair nno out a little i'liiny. ahead, notwitiisUiudini; thu rain, and tbo Watches and jewelry repaired and (i.iTHrd Fair isFfiid to hnvo cleared 10 Penny. warranted. A. it. It. Courier-Journa- l. - y. i one-legge- d - m or-nih- 1 Tal-l.t- I t..I.. Gk.v. Fhy went out to Shelby City Wednesday night to speak for Preacher Caldwell for county judge, but ho cooed niht, so liken sucking dove that the colored FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I, 1890. man, Tumbler Baker, who was to answer 31. IZTKBARI), A. JI., Titr. Hello of Lincoln Lodge, li. U. O. him, said there was nothing to answer of O. F. will celebrate their lth anuivor-wirand dismissed the assemblage. Faculty f Ccnservatory and Normal Friday, August .loth, near tc.iulicr-- . Excellent The democratic ticket stands at the Boarding Department. Discipline Strict. ! strocti-iThere will be inarching, speaking thorough. Send head of our edi'orial page and is compos-ed.o- f lor cit.noiic. and a splendid dinner. tried and true men. Xogooddem-ocra- t Tiik K.C. will run excursions to the ought to scratch n elnglo one of Deering Park camp meeting on Sundays them and we believe none will. Be sure the 10th and 17th at$l..0 for the round-tti- that Longtnoor, Barbour, Miller, Vnrnon, from Rowland and all stations thin Cooper, Paxton, Menefee, Owens, Mcside of Winchester. Trains leave nt 5:30 Clary, Kennedy, Kvans and Carson are Dealer In- A. M. your ticket and vote it from first to on iVD Two of the democratic candidates, W. last. II. Miller and W. F. McClary, are in bed A f son of 11. C. Laflin, sick and another one is nearly on the who keeps theold at Milledgeville, Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. lift. Their friends will see to it, was instantly killed at McKinney Wedthat they are not forgotten on KaTFlNE WATCH KS A SPECIALTY- -' nesday afternoon. He had gotten on day. thu through freight, which stopped at I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) If there is no republican condidate in Moreland, with thu intention of going to the Held the prohibitionists may poll oOO McKinney, but finding the train did not stop, tried to jump oil. His foot caught or KK) votes., If there is a A BIG light about 200 will cover their num- under a yrhuel and his entire body was ber. Fisk only got L'Oi) and Hrooks not drawn under the moving train and horribly cut to pieces. His face was mashnear so many. ed beyond recognition. I ii we opened a restaurant and fancy A ltKi'oitTKP. of this paper saw Mr. grocery store at Rowland and will be found nt ail hours ready to wait on the Steve G. I) rye yesterday and asked him public. My prices are as low ns the low-e- if the rumor that he was running for jailand I respectfully ask a share of your er was true. His answer was, "It is an patronage. John Carrier, lion land. infamous lie. I am not running for that or any other oflice, nor will I be a candiIt was rumored yesterday that the re- date. 1 would not have the oflice if it New. publicans had endorsed Doc Coffey's were tendered me." He further stated candidacy for assessor, but this will not that the republicans would put out no avail him. Kb Kennedy has made too candidates and when .asked about Cofgood an ollicer and is too solid with the fey, who is a candidate for assessor, he people for Mr. Co Hey to have even a said, "He is running on his own hook, .GO TO. hope. without tbo consent of the republican A xbw postollice has been established party." between Halls (tap and Highland to be NEW ADVKRT1SKME.V1S. known as Kw ell, in honor of the "Little Red Hog." As he is better known by the latter name his friends would hnve GROCERY" perpetuated his memory longer by adopting it. Mr..!. D. Bnstin will be All pcrfon that know thtmt !m's mdelted to postmaster. the Dix River, While )k A (.rr.ua. c. unty .Tamks IIowkm,, mi L. ft X. lirnkciiian, ' Stanford Female College q. rrcsideail. J. y p ROBERT FENZEL, ,, toll-gat- e imUBtttS Hocks m i Iewelry 3 1 how-eve- r, elec-tio- n three-comer-e- d LINE OF CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS Just Received. Also st A Lot of New Glassware, Something Entirely MARK HARDXar. 1TOTICE. Ao A.WAREEN'S "JIODEI. l,r?rrr:rr' ". f vt-- I ... UU....t .l , ,J , PrulrntJ.C. , i ..,,.., For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. Je e L ' Tiik C. H. & 1). and Motion route will Pbyton went to Crab Or- Kxrt'RSiojr to Cinu.wswti. The O.. : tickets to Chicago frcm Nearly Five Hundred Acres, c uii-priiiRs Wwlnosilay to meet her C. will sell round-triCincin- - sell round-tritickets to Ner Mcorevil'e Wanhinijton (.ouniy, l ro'hcr. Mr. Mastorson Peyton, who l3 nnti. beginning Aug. 1th and lasting a Cincinnati, on account of the Patriarchs Having secured the services of Militant and I. O. O. F. meetings, at Thu farm hituaitd en the turnpike taulini; n there. month, at low rates from all stations be atout 10 mile from Mouretville 10 Chaplin and Tickets on sale August "th and (Ith; good from Springfu'ld, ; mile from IHooirtield. unlet Mk- -. In. Hi on Hr.m cnturtoined at.tween Junction City and Cincinnati DiSL&TOJNr, from Valley Hill, a depot en the railrmil between tea, Wednesday night. Mrs. Clarence The great spectacular entertainment, returning until August 11th. Also ex Ilnrdstown .tnd Springfield, and about an hour's I am now fully prepared to do here it -- f Dallas, Texas Mrs. W. It. Mauler "Mo.e.. or the'Bondage in l'Jgvpt," by cursion tickets at ono fare for the round-tri- run from l.otii tile of 4'1 rooim, on the Farm a good the main building, from same points will be on salo comlortable liouie nil all a brick, having burned a year or to a;o friends. Order of Cincinnatus is the occasion. and other the August I'd, od nud Ith, good returning nciettary f.irm buildings, coutitune of tables, Mt. John L. Hoer, formerly odiuri corn crlbt, granary, tinoke house, buggy house, If thoie is mnch of a contest in this until August lltli. K. O. McCormick, poultry house and yard and tuo largo tobacco dis-- ' will teach a of the Winchester barns. A good portion ol this land is in blue Join-n'a- l G. P. A. gratt. timothy ami clover and has a bruntiful suptn t school at Xorth MiddJotown.lnSep- - county next Mondny, the Ixtbhiou water, well distributed in the ply of of Tuesday will give the full returns . AND timber. Paris Xows. Mns. Maiiy A. Bkvnnon, of the Union different pastures .uid fields; and the whole is in a " o'clock In short, it is a highly good state of cultivation. W. Alcokn has gone to the up to the close of the polls at Mn. J. Mission, Louisville, was hero yesterday productive Farm, which the crops of grasses, otherwise an esti- soliciting Pat-ti- e all over the county, yearly attest. It is C.unbvrlnnd for rest and contributions for the establish- grain and tob.10.0 grown on it Washington county fact that went with him as far as '.omeiset to mate based on late dispatches will be ment of an industrial school at Junction an incontrovertible landthaic been selling j$ to $0 per cent, cheaper given. Clerks of the election will confer City, and met with considerable encour- than landtof a like character in arty other part of v.sit her All work warranted and promptly done. the State, and this has undoubtedly lin due to a great favor if they will send us disMi-- s Hoiv .MiCahty and brother, agement. She was at Crab Orchard the tne tact tliattne county nasoeen wiinoui rauroau taciluips. until the past two years. No county in of Kingsville, took tbo train here patches sovernj times during the day at day before, when Mrs. W. X. Haldetuan, the State s finer horses, cattle. d le tobacco T lesday for Williamsburg to spond a our expense. Address Intbuiois Mrs. Robert Harding and others contrib- gram or farm is to Our our rtaton tor offeringtoto a partnership, and close sell this mark dispatch "special." Mrs. Bran-no- man wanting good land, well locteil, at a lew i'ipU'of weeks with friends. uted liberally to the cause. once and oil good terms, we will sell the urnu ur ,.,...,,...-.......,,Wk i,ave received from Sam Kolley, at takes poor children, orphans and farm in Kentuckv No use to so Wet, and you'll land. To ion, JllliatIon CiSVi a ,onR k tter giving his others, and prepares them for such du- tar to,w when ton tee th s I'l say that parties who! i bard, .id May Adaim, o Mi. might ant this land e it 1" suscep- of Mrs. W . M. O Lryan g,(,e of Uw sell to hastr .uid vt have been guests m Mch he was lined ties as they are most fitted for and has tiblc of divisionthe ilace will address suit p irMoorts-sillus at on us on or Call an Mrs. Joseph A C..V JOHN TAYLOR Ky. 510 for assaulting Bruce McDonald. Our been the means of putting many a child Piiok. J. W. Tayik, Into of the Gar- space is too limited for it even as an ad- to honest employment, who might have Drugs, Eooks and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall rard College, was hero this week. Ho vertisement, but thu point of it is that gone to the bad. She seems to be thorK lis ns Unit he has a very tlattering oughly in love with her good work and Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, he did not strike McDonald until he had m have in tbo South, which he will probably called him a liar and raised his clenched it is earnestly hoped she will be able to setI pifce, finished Iro-- new Saw Mill 011 the SomerStanford and am prepared 7 nulrt Jewelry and Silverware. a rcpt. of Ll'MHER, vHINULES, rist, whii h he thought held a knife, at start the school. The money so far re- to furni.h any Vind TRICKS. t will sell the to. at LOWKS1 Mis- - Sai.uk Kmcis, the accomplished the mill or Oliver, to it purchasers. Gise hiin. He then gave him two licks with ceived has been placed in the Lincoln art (.at her in the Hiibtonvillo Christian a cane that ho ajways carries, two and X'ational Bank, where those who wish to me a trial. I'sMolire. M AYWOolJ, KY A B HAST IN. ( ili'L'e. went to luiuisvillo Tuesday to no more. Accompanying the letter is a help can leave their donations. The Best Railroad drawing take a course in n special lino of r3 statement from a good citizen that Mr. IlAWtonsnntu Fviu. A large number o and painting. Kelley has not been in a fuss before in of our people, including a representative 3 HoiiRitT IlAnniMd, of Boyle, wns Hon. It has ic our Farm prnate'v x We want to thu 10 veanMhat he has known him. of this paper, took in the Harrodnburg Acres in a tin ute I ci. tiviiti n a d lies near h' re yesteiday on his way to Crab Or-- c n VJ Hubble, I in.c in so inly Call oner address us at r Tiii:ke is a good deal of activity among Fair Wednesday nud saw the fast mare, HurMe, Ky ard to Join his wife. Ho tells us that HHlRIXG .V MENKFI.E. Xancy Hanks, lower her record. The .S.in 5" be has no opposition for county attor- the ropubliran lenders, which may mean be 5" c ney, but matters are somewhat mixed in that they will have a county ticket out exhibits of the forenoon were good and JAS G. G1VE.WS FUANK MAIUMO.V. a the nue for judge, though he is confident Monday. They deny it, however, nml ftlie 1'roPt-n- fnir built' fair to even excel exhibitions the E&RIEQE. .say tljey are solely concerned nbout the the innnv splendid GIVERS that McFerran will be elci tid. V result of thoappollim race and their ef- Mercer comity citizens have given. LinREAL ESTATE, "CITY AND VICINITY? coln is represented by (J. T. Sandidge, n forts are for Judge Tinsley alone. All a - s string there and Barber-shoin Comtnor- such assertions should be taken with who has his A Fou Hunt. several grains of salt. The rails are is taking his share of the premiums. Town Lots, Coal, Iron and Timlr Lam s lrfu;rit 'J end Hotel. Apply to M. F. Flkin. p stake, in which tbo crack C or sold ou Commiisio.i. Correspondence mighty slippery creatures and may bo Tlie o r solicited. O s U Bn i. Kinci, the barber, has moved his working their favorite while members of that class of the tate locked o n ho will serve tbo democracy is rleepiug on its arms. horns, was the main drawing card for shop to Lancaster, where 3 a. Orchard For Sale, House and Lei at Crab the people. Tut no confidence in man, especially if Wednesday, when ono of tbo largtst W.itchcs completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. be bo a icpublican man, but go to the crowds ever seen on the grounds wis J S WELLS, Ph. G. Presc.Ollc. B.H. DANKS, Jeweler, res, locais settling time and I want what A House and Lot, Cunsistincof s It Bonnie Wilmore, who won polls and assist in giving our admirable present. w. I. L. N. Crab Orchard, Ky , and known as theSla-wyou owe me. Take this to yourself. W. county ticket the largest majority ever second money and who trotted the ted at (rom Depot. The house property, one lilotl. "W. spacious rooms, onelattue porch, one B. McUoberts. swift Xancy n couple of close heats, is a lontainstix and portno, with all necessary open porch S ANIOKD, Ky obtained in old Lincoln. Mam Street, Opp H. Edmiston, Call on or address D Hnrrodsburg horso and it was natural The weather has been very pleasant Crab Orchard, Ky., c.r me at I'ineville, Ky more for tho majority of tho lookers on to Miss Km Ji a Uakku poset-seSAMUEL 11LAIR, M. 1). for a week, but it was getting bilin' hot courage than the average militiaman. favor him as winner and goodly numyesterday. again She nml her mother live alone nt their ber of sportive youths went broke on tlie V M Wun.i: handling a young horso Mr.M. residence on the Danville pike. They result. The raco was hardly ai interestSeason opens June 11 with a nrfad Hop on S r.aughman bad bis hand badly cut by were awakened the other night by the ing as was expected, notwithstanding sharp. Friday esc, Junew. Dame called at cottases till July it. a ropo with which ho was holdim,' him. loud barking of their faithful watch dog, the fact that the favorites, Nancy Hanks IUductd rates f jr hoard 3 TBS FO 0KU FROM Jl LV 1ST: j jP hen- - and Donnio Wilmore, were neck and V" democratic which had located a thief at their lVrWeek A Suro Curo for all Diseases In Tiiuiik is not a man on tbo house. Mis Kmma went to the door ' l'ay most of tbo time, for it was gener ticket that is not worthy of your warm and opened it to see what was going on, neck ' MM niiy conceded that tho former was not Colt-iKent, per wee 5o to tbo polls and help to est support. ' Month and just then a burly negro hurled n rock pushed the lenst, whilo the latter was fed, jer e. rousing majority. Hoises give it n at tho dog, which came in close proxnni- ,j0in., ,!8 best. Tho best time mado .' I..i -a l si'oonajiohi uxiMamMiv W vsTisi). A lady of six years' experi- ty to her. .yho did not faint, as might was 2:U1, which lowered tho winner's in a school to bo supposed, but she says the audacity record ." seconds. The pacing raco was Ariclac Croni Impurities of tho Blood, and ence desires a position n szs a gi rj TV-- . from Functional Derangements. teach Knglish and Latin languages. Host of tbo thief made her nngry passions rise won by Minnie Cassell', another favorite, and going in tbo hou3o nfter her pistol, while liiinket made a closo second; tune " of references. Address "M," this oflice. sho deliberately returned to the back Hnrrodsburg, socially speaking, is A DEAD SHOT OH WORMS, ABD A CERTAIN To tub CoLOitKi) VoTEtis. Tbo repub- porclr where she could get a view of the nbout ns gay a place as could bo found at got money to use in poultry-seekePREYEKTION OF HOG CHOLERA. lican leaders have and taking aim, blazed present and the belles of Kentucky are Tlil iitiiitilur rem ly never fuiU to the Tinsley race. Don't vote for him nn a.wiy. Tho negro didn't all; on tbo con- nil tlmro. Tlinro nrn delightful enter- - ' eft cctiiully euro C Hailey, Cieneral Merihiulie, T'irnerssille; Stanford, hor sale ty A U l'cnny, I)rui;hist, Orudis!, o.h ic Sakm, til there is a just divide. Make them trary, tired back once or twice, but her taintnents each evening nnd the society , Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick N is II J nes,, Ml Kawl.iul; WJ Ir Mc( any, Driiagt. Kingsville; C f ' Arthur Co 'anesburs; , Milleditevillek 'elller, Ilrngls:, I! M (.eneral Merchandise, I'reachersyille J A Wil'anu, Druggist, put up or shut up. li Ciiminni; Smith & Wesson, every chamber of youth is indeed in clover. Miss Mary trab On. hard Headache, Biliousness M Kinney, C I! Ilaler, (.eneral Merchandise, Hishland. she emptied nt him, made it too Alcorn, of this plnce, wns given a swell ATTKSTtotftt called to tbo advertise- which And nil discuses arising from a Christian College. Tbo rates aro hot for him in that locality and he took party Monday evening by her friend, ment of his heels. Sho don't think any of Miss Pearson, and Misses Alma llagnn Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion. very low and tho curriculum vory com- to R The natural shots took effect, but the negro will nnd Minna Crutcher, of Richmond, were mnd olid rieah.reaalt la rood Hfplli eae amisll vlesraat prehensive. Write to 31. . Thomson, her doubtless hunt chickens elsewhere in tho likewise treated Wednesday evening by Ij r coated aad aay to Hwallow, principal, for catalogue nnij full particu . SOLD IVHLT WHIKE. Miss Hattie May Hansford. future. Miss i Wcdncsilay. m F.irm ol "Sj" p i. 5 Ga-ii.- .. MR. THOS, OF CKXCiSLGO, p -- ALL KINDS? WATCH WOBK ncver-tnihnj- j f grand-mothe- r. lid-war- rai-c- blue-Rras- s, Joiit-N'ALan- A. R. PENNY. n t I e, 1 DRUGSand JEWELRY lecAMCPDiii:: why 44-- t) of-f- er NEW SAW MILL. n , 1 ium-bera- ! 43-- ,y m m FARM FOR SALE I WAToiec9 Watch. JpS -- vSb CJO t 5 n p - first-clas- Plneville, Kentucky. lot-y- still-hu- nt A- - , ns sV B. MoBOBEETS, Court-Hons1 a 30- -t 11 SHALE'S "WELli.i a- -d K y Y DR. ELLSOTT'S DEDICATED FOOD -- . mfmm WUSftji 3l -Jg 1 I HORSES.; Cattle, Sheep and Hogs 11 I j pfaK'a r, ' C V I'hei-koii- uti-n- - 1 BRYANT & ST lar iffS.lsliSiV.'SSS'ls'SiSt LOUISVILLE, K Y, -''' "-- ATM Business College r. J h ' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournul A Surcuior Morn. Wttir Joy wo hail ths rtoU of th- - wn. ssprsjait o'er tins When flnst Its welcome OIu 1'i.tir? Published Every Tuesday and Friday I S3 JPJCK, YJSAR.iy Vr)AVTCK HTWhen not o 32.50 7 will be charged." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at at 3 30 p m 00 .1 tire.i-X- , and tho bright, golden its ! mils That tin tli nniltt th wood on (re, ln'fo-- e cre stflU but now Whli h a few . Are niituint with song' of tiien, Oi .v Yy Made of V. i hail tlii- - ei imson Ai' 1 1 earth, the eyes of bird rjs .urn a-- i I s Ixuutoous showing vTh?- - aro liiJ 1 flo-wr- t-- the ;lotv Culm li,-- pn!'ksa upn the lake's levey rMrt . m , returning L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North " " South Express train" South " " " North Local Freight North 1153am 116pm The latter trains aIo carry passengers The above is calculated or. standard time. Solar time is about 20 minutes faster South. - itjopra That thrive beside tie stream., that flow ltetween .127 am Tin grand old oaka and bjechos of thj wood. 630am Slip Ot yy and sifts Which (1 gives freely, though thej are Um light And glory of a summer mom Sprissgitehl ltomseteiil 1 1 Likes. I fn)in our hearts wtis f. In jirnl-i- i To itim who jrirt-- s to earth each light nn 1 shade, lo htm whi plant the hUs In tbe vales. The rM4 an the mountain s at Ie, ths (rinks t'pou the imirky moor, tin UnUies white t.Mtt xprrtid their pmtriy Rlory o"r th fleUU Of brig.itt green, and tho w( violets Who Wbut Is too h(in If It be drstlUit, praise' It It lie cold 10 Tail Cotton. Col. Anie Gatewood, of Antericus, rn3 tpllin? n number of friends the other dy niKiut hi manifloont cotton crop, and duHnp the ctinversntiou related the M f ROYAL Hi.-'followinit; startling HA cotton m tttick and tall that the nun's rays cam ixnetiittf between tne row, anil cons it N verj tlnrk in the M3. e flel Is ven at iniddaj. Lact wek a tr ol 1 'wy, a son f one of his tenants, BISF& wni.t to the tlol t carry hU father's frbyiLSfbr. -r'ATNill; brv r.i.t, and miniel hi way in the let s. cotton. The tenant, becoming of the nlar'vd at the 1h) at the regular time, w?nt o the hotts nnd ecurotl help to institnte a wait'i, as he well know that the boy would never find his way out of the cot ton field unaided. Men mounted on mules, in order that they could see about them, rode for di.r 111 hours through the dense, dark field of A crniii of tarter '1 ik it n all in levelling ir ngil. I , s t. jrirnmei.t Re- cotton, firing guiu and calling loudly to port Aug i; '339 attract the attention of the lost boy, while skyrockets and Human candles 15. were fired at interval into the cotton in in this, Is a Candidate fnr r el.ctioti to Congress Democ- - the hojie that he might ee the light nnd the 8th District, subject to the will of the make his presence known. Finally, after many weary hours had ben anent in searching for the boy. he was found fast C. asleep i:i the forks of a c Jtton stalk some fur Auditor of the State of Kenl,a Candidate to the sv ill f the Democratic part) five teet above the ground. The huntera tucky, subject carried him home in triumph, and to prevent a recurrence of the affair Mr. BOGLE MISS Gatewood is having tall signal poles of Sti. Is a Candidate f..r re flection to IHeon.ce first with red Hags attache 1 put up in his of Common Schools. Election perintendc-n- t fields. Americus (Ga.) Times. August next Mond.T, Soiiu l'i-"t- jl i- - Bk '$&& 1 .jitt-ntl- 12-y- 1 POWDER wi6 KATE -- Absolutely Puro Another Hoy X'rodlgj-- . Jn Bridgeport, Conn., ij n young Polish boy named Paul Zildskv who has boon performing wonders. Hw iKronnl appearan e is uescnth l as uiipr?;wt'.'.. ing. Il has n low forehead, wit li hair growing down to his eyebrow, is rather sleepy looking and ehatubling in his movement-'- . But whenever hia father asks him a (meat ion relative to number he at once brjghtensi up and become- excited. The tather said, "Paul, how many e beans are in this handful?" The boy at once commenced to d tnc'j around the htore, anil became gr,-tlewitml as his fjtther thrast his han into a barrel of beans, took out n ban h'ul and threw them down in a corner, where they lay scattered a'.mut. The lad into the air. and almost before the beans touched the floor sltonted his reply. The beans were carefully gathered and countwl, and while thitt was Wing done the boy grimied and waited. The showed him to be correct to a Iwan. He reltqwed into his usually 8lopy manner again. The father th'-- Neizt-- a handful of oats and put them jn a h.-i- utxtn the counter. "Paul," said he. "how many outs?" Th boy again jumped to his ioet, devoured th onte mentally. amVintautly shouted the number. It took a long time to count t'lem, hut the r.umlx-- t wa again found to be ctrre-t- . Next the father seized a half fillM pail of water ami asked the boy, "How many cnbic inches of water in the pail.'" The boy sized it up with his eje and qnkkly shouted, "A hundred and sixteou." A ireful computation proved the boy to be light. Other wonderfnl answers were riven, always in nn excited manner. After each and overy sueeesaful answer :he 'Uiif doleful oxpreswion returuetl. Dor. Boston Herald. th-r1 le-pe- j bill betr. T? A Prof. J. H. Walton putchased on Mon- DLL I Uurvingsatl arouu.1 Will sill it Crib tirchard K) of Mis. Martha McAlister her hand, Cheap. Address Ho day some and commodious residence on Main -Brick Rosidonco street, payitnr fv')00 for the propertj For in con tnuluth I now lie, west Mii'i stre-- i an This home Prof. Walton will use 1 i iiiiMiitiss h kn ii i iiio k nection with the preparatory department site CourttiSquare, Stanford I It uWs,l-- , asaboaiding ami training school for young men from a distance who may attend the preparatory department of Centre College. The city council has made am mcII prepared to vells and will d tic it unlawful to feell pools or bet in any work in a manner and promptly wav inside the citv limits of Danville on At One Dollar a Foot. any tiot, ince or other trial of speed beCall on r add res. me at Stanlo-Kentiickc. I.. l.SMIlll tween horses and a tine of $100 imposed for each olleiise. Danville Advocate. 11 lnnVflT Sale k. HBfeOB wr T tM"-a-- A AILEi i 1 tl-- tn-- 1 , CSHSlWiVW1 "I'f.'lilHI itcX fA'jmmm ti grjinMs 4T..aiTaa,aa,aa,aa,aa,aa,aW no ZiSsr 1 o Vf.HGdASfeS''' 'j ni.es tue Snorteit d. Twe t mm Tho d iult cinnati, KeoVuh nnd Stiringlie. I, 111 and Sleeping Car Cincinnati to MncUnaH , aad the theonl) line runninjt rullmati'i 1'erlecieJ Sft Vestibuled 1 rains with Chslr Parlor. Sleeping Dining Car servile betMrriti Cincinnati In d'anapolu and Chicago nnd is the onl line llirouith Ucclmin; Cru'rCars bttvtren Cin- The Cincinnati, Finest on Earth Hamilton A THE COIiIimCML HOTEL J II Dayton It R i OWENS, Manager Harrodsbuig, 1 111 - Kontucky. It. ti ' t St Eoiiis, run-nm- g d p Itetuton Cincinnati, DaMoa Lima, Tileio, Detroit, the Lake Regions and Canada. The road is one of tho oldest in the State n Ohio and the onh Ha entering Cinciunali over $ tiles o( double tiack, and from us past reiut.l can more than aurc its patrons speed, comftt uul , safrtv Ticketsim sale ever) hnt, and see - t tir inn iti, tend C , II AD. either in or pat of Indiananvli. or Toledo. tC-- Only Direct Lino I have ttken chargi il nn it a fr. and intend rvspeit rei Itisbcm t p to Imtl iu,the'iil 4 is it cutMIiiIIi; do ie t nn I hr (1 .v alilc f rk i s ed li bote 010 thu ei pi -- llti r ,. p pular lutll jnnrr in e.ef) piiuti il tium sen aii' jnd , inlnrt- s rj i,s I'WI-N- Making direct connections in Central I'nioo depot for Michigan Points, Chic u". Cles eland. Detiest, Ilnftilo, Indianapolis and the West. Nesv u(lan I, Cans 'a, I- New Vork, lioston, Washintnr I I in Plllll Icll ru f'a'timore. l.luii Icesi tu ie tn Mirrods'nirg Irankfiit l Ki. htnonJ, JIKl.IMA i d Sli rtt.i y line t. REMEMBER THE ItcCOKJIICK ('enrral l'aoengerand Ticket A.,i K. O t Danville Fair Al'G. 5. 1 I rain.. Saarcai, cars, smol nur srs anil hes, Pullman Hcidoir leencrs tir jh uiih ihanee via L'hattai oca. Hirnins! .in , Mtrid r. ma.ini airecl ennaecnona rn ie He I r Knot. villc, Ashevilie, I.Tnchbursj aad points in the o s t lid The ben Ml. c ib the vtothl for cuts. l.iuict, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fmer ies, letter, chap ped hands chilblains, corn and all tkih erup cure pilcsdr no tlens and rciitur It guaranteed to ifive pcrleet satufactioi , per boi Price J cents or money refunded "or sale by A R Penny, SUntord, K Bucklen's Arnica Snlve 7t ' -- UaVIW0jT.iI(,A, if e. p) .r I n.. K - I I 11 lr . s li . At Chattanooga llrua.wick, Charles! I n An Ancient Wtir s,ilp. james Mccreary -- RICIIARD WARREN in Nnturo's Itoon to Land t.ulilifrs. W. There is n spring in Taliaferro county the in this state which furnishes water Is a Candidate to represent Lincoln county in which it is said will cure nausea in alConstitutional Cenventiou. most overyjnstance. The owners of the spring have an idea that it will cure seaM. BROWN They had it tried on the ,n party for Jailor sickness. I i the uo.nine of the Republic e steamships of the Boton line of the o f Casey Countv and a,V, vqpr support New England Steamship company, nnd Au; tut election rre satisfied with the tost. Thv have tried it also on tho New York line of the A. S. .vrr?-irx- ' Ocean 8teainhip company. On the trip DENTIST. St'ROEON of tin Kansas City the water was adM4111 tret. o.-- W ' MtRoberti' ministered to those who wew seasick by Office On 4 bture, Ntanferd. Dr. Greene, who represented tho owners of the spriug. When tho Kansas City R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. reached Savannah the doctor avtid he was gratified with the result of his DENTIST. There wero teu passengers on the trip to New York and three Office on Mam strewt, upiKiiUe Portmaa Houie, for pomlesJ upstairs Nitrous Omde On gtn on the return trip. The water cured extracting 'STANFORD, KENTUCKY. them all. One of thoe cured was the Hon, William Clifton. Ho is n regular land lubber. Snvnunah News W. B. II. MILLER J. '. Ir. -- PRICE, Dredging operations now being carried out at Suutander, Spain, linvo in th discovery oi the well preserved wreck of n war ship of the Fifteenth or Sixteenth century. She must have been in her present position for 100 year, and was partly covered by a deposit of sand and mud. Divers have brought up guns which lear the united arms of Castile and Anigon. the scroll of Isabella or tho crown nnd initial of Ferdinand. This ship would appear to have lxen employed as transport, and inasmuch Us some of tilt nrnis aw of Friult ktwi , .. . . . . liaiinil lll.l It IS ."Jppo"e.l tlUlt ShO torm.1 iwrt of the fortnuate esMtution against apls under (i.nnIo de Cordoba. She probably foundered while entering the port of Sxutandr on her return from Italy, laden with trophies and plunder. Aui'sug the coins recovered ate some bearing the image nnd sujKmription of Charles VIII of France, and othero itwueJ by various contemjH-mrItalian statee. New York Tele gram. 11 t . P I c il Vn. Jeo M Mcser. Scr Thi remedvn becoming o ell known and so popular as to need no special mention All who ......I Klrrinc Hitters sins the same sonir ot not esist praise A purer medicine does claimed and it is JLCJ'-tLhlectri, -iruaranteed in da all that is ij 11 titters will cure all dlccasesof the l.iver an i cid II.Hh., Salt Itheum and ,Urs, will remove l'lmnies. i willrunareg CommeniingM mdi Ml) .fr.ri.nn ranaed h impure blood Will gon and dtlurr lei at ih house f drive Malaria from the svstem and present as tlar ice a.ireol ever) perwm Stanford w .1. ires it Nutifs well as cure all Malarial I'evrrs I'or trs Klec to is it sou- Headache, Constipation and IndigesUon HRI Ml K A CLAUS 11 tf Kntire satisfaction tfaurantc ed or trie Hitters Price 50c and U pe' 'H,tl; monev refunded A It Penny's drug sloru Elcciric Bitters. Excursions on All Rnilronda Bnoh Day. k... " L CJ? JzU' - line runiiine .olid trains with choice Piillman IlHiiUiir Sleeping Car. to ji. k sonsille without chaise lor aay tla of passer gers or naggaxe Nelma and Montgomery, lluni.villr, Derail r, Floreiuc. Memphis and ARKANSAS loinls Shortest and iiuickesl t Anniaiias Siln. Mr bile Direct connection made at NEW ( K I I ANN nithoi t omnibus transfer for l.al.estsu, Houston, Austin, Ineonlt points. ake Cit), for Atlanta, Columbus, W timing A i uta, JUarnn Sasanrih, I huuiassille sod II.MllI-D- A 111 Miss Shievr- rt I , making .'irtv t nnrctiois, wiih.j it tmniSus transfer t r D.IU. I n W uflh, Auslin san Anlonia, I.I Paw and inisin TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only ihronjh lint to lit kson and ksl.utg, A ... I ! It a just an ordiuar) wrap ol wrapping pa per. but it Ved her life She was in the last stages of consumption, told b phncian. that she as incurable and coulJ 01.I, live a short tisse On pie.r of she weighed less than 70 niind King. Neve Dis. she read of Dr wrapper helped hcr,Hr ... .,..,1. hoitle: it liott e it helped her nii.re -, . e lt bought a Unite,. httc-- r fast, coatinued it,..1 .. ...iraiif healths, roev plump wewh.ns 14 t W nounds for slier particulars send Ham 1 Trial holt 11 I iJ. drncKt i.l. tort Smith Pern s , wonderful discovery tree at A. It Drugstoie Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. For Sale II I I TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. inf or I Twenty Building Lots In she corporate lii'ul- - of Kooland A For tv.i ugh rate add'. ( It 1 irmiti ii" all on C ... .ia1. DAhsl Rowland ' .M h I .Ill, !it .1 u lis riiiiN A-- mm t county man and fi II I n 11 n I uv Ks . .. ss .... 'on I V ri j( I I'WAkDs . 11. ' K- - sweet orange has been growing in tho northern part r.f Florida. The fruit hfttigi on the tnts all the year round, often for six months after it "is fully ripe. A wild dii-covei- k(Ur I CHICACDjti- A SVAY FAST MAIL ci lOUUVltlt loHsing both LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI y f DR. PENNY, Dentist. . recently OfTice South side Ma. vacated by.Dr. L K Huifiuan. Stanford. K). .ireet, in office R S MOV E ID I J.I I have rempcdmy otlice to my re.iden c, 0PP ,tn Kemnle Colleie. where I w ill be found at all HUGH KEID. 94 times. U. r A I WOOD ALI.ES ILLEN & ATWOOD, 'KEEL ESTHTE HGEHTS. Jolmson City,Tenn. WM.AYRES JAS 1. OIENS. AYRES & GIVENS, Attorneyu .at Law, '327Tiftli St., iot-- - - Louisville, Ky. Shrcse r IIuil Uag Harness and Saddle Horses and dealer in Fancy Roadsters. Horses bought md sold on Kitteen ,eir' 3o-- tf (3. Irani C. r and H mJiercf iJ dl er cent. in the luisinesi. SA.SDIDt.E. Stanford, i.ery sn k. -- OLD- MEHTHERFQRB HOTEL. IILSIONMLLE, K . P. W. GREEN, hrst-class - - Proprietor. Having leased the a'- - ii- - h .tel.'.iefitted and re- furnished, I am prepared to accommodate the Ipub-J "- -" j 00 t)ie ic.ur lie in Livery and Sample Rooms attached caHlt3 tin BILLIONS SWITCH, KY. Dealer In Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Shoes. Clothing. Hardware, Queens-warTinware, Furniture and a Candie-e, Boot. General Lino of Groceries, raiuy All Mndi gf Pr du e takei n exchanje for oods. K Pc tslTi e, Lmngsti-n- , , Cross lies, ." JipFIELD'S Mr& FEMALE- - y. fOF PFTslllATOR TA.HCN DuRlHt CHsVHCt fc CAT QaH6EA QUIFiWHe V . WmM MENSTRUATION PAl WILL Of WC BE IK NQIA t Iloir PurHitlso Is Koullr host. "Wlwre w.u the Garden of Eden was one of th interenting intsriou on Our Very Beet Pooplo which Mr. Hormuzd Rjtnsam discoursed Confirm our statement when we say ittat Dr before the Victoria Philosophical Insti- e,. Kagliah is . '"P"' a.. ' preuaralsoaa tute, Sir G. U. Stokes M. P., in the any aBtlatl wltoopVng cough and croon, thr.t u;c it 1. chair- - Mr. lias been recently arsd relieves at on. e We offer yon a sample hot excavating Babylonian and Assyrinn ttefre. Rememlser this remedy .. sites, but he has not found the liden Have guar flu lee, at v rv. tc".njr site, ami he showed how utt-rl- y e Dr Acker's Bntrllah1 Pills . tii.I it was to fix tbe locale in n land 'V. a."ri:.LV:i .... K. mire of Of sick Pea" d appetite. Iom whore volcanic actiotutnd physical alter- cosnt'desion and bilionsiss. they have neve Ot Mic or aoroau Iinlng Altuuiiui-4- . ations had in many nlaces changed the either in America A woma'i wont into one of our local courses of the rivers in just ages. In A lc enny, i'i"ss"' book stores tho other day and asked for this sense it is really "Paradise Lost." That Torriolo Cough Thomas' almanac. The dealer informed London Telegraph. - .1... .A.mniv hurried or ditlicult Ureal! mg tighlneM in the chest, quickened horthat there was so little cell fortius pulseAy h... in the ovening or sw eat. at nigh, Ailsitiicuiuuiit In Nursing;. " almanac that ho did not keep it in stock. all or any of these thing, are the first Kerne Ackers A movement is on foot in England for consumption. Dr. fearful English Lough uaotd He said, furthermore, with much courand .ymntomj, R. I enny. are theee tesy, that he had one in the store which au exhibit of all the nvv apparatuses under a positive guarantee he liad ordered for another customer and which have been devisod for the benefit Druggist. that lie would let her have it "Well, and relief of invalids. It is to be under Tho Flrat Symptoms or Death. wrhai s I'll t:ke it," said the woman. the charge of the English aVssociation of Tired feeling.dull headache, pains in arious of he booS . sii.k.n,- at the pit af the .toja-ic"How much do you wai for it?" The Tmiuotl Nurses, nud will certainly fuveri.hne.e, ipIrsor loss of Nursing is now recognized replied that ten cents wjis itorokeeier livTesldenc. of poisoned b ood. No r d it mus be the price, whereupon the customer a an art and a ppsfewaion. If on- - should ae matter hT,w it became AckerS Knlb Ios Uir turned away and went out. remarking consider for a 11. ment the class of nurses toasoid death Dr remove scrofulous or yrl"liK has neser failed to that she wouldn't give more than five which nn invalid may now summon to poison. Sold unaer "'""'" " ' ceuts p.s the season was half over and the his aid. nnd sVmld look back to the days Penny s book wasn't worth more than half price. of bairy Gamp mid Betny Prig, he may years ago this month Alviu Fifty bo able to comprehend wh.it such an exLewistou Journal. s'tartcd a parcel express between hibition will signify. Nw York Trib- Adams Boston and Now York, his solo outfit A Lusting Sulistltiito for Ten. une. consisting of a carpet bag. which ho carCol. dim Thompson, the news king His lleinl I'lirToruli'il liy tired of furnishing ico water to lite army ried in his hand. To .lay tho company A terrific rain and lightning storm vismen, 15,000 horses, of friends who make his depot their employs headquarters, slipped down to Ilemin-gray'- ited this vicinity July 3. A great de.d wagons and covers more than ffii.000 miles damage to crops wis done in the and Teron? morning, and securing a larg of towns of Fremont and Sreak'r. Leon- of rail wav, reaching overy ttnte chunk of clear glass slipped back to the "the Union, paying handsome "tore and slid it down into the cooler. ard Plutt, a farmer liviug wliout two ritory in mil-jnorth of Rosenlmrpr. while walking dividends on a capital of $12,000,000. A shake of the cooler proves there i m nlong the rond near his place, was stmck sometiuug in there and Uie thirsty indibyliglitningand instantly killeil. A hole unci i.Uer rllli. DUlos' vidual never quwtions but that it's the l Tli'r nn on llio An real atuIT. andthe ne.t individual who was made in his head by th. lightning, llro lmr.ri.int.ma ' Is ihismgh the nerves s nni ich Ie P' "ly ""r billons may take a peep into the cooler sees and the strings of his shoes were cut us A now priiu-l-' - The torpid nwi tub's and constusu what ho supposes a clear, tempting smooth as though done with 11 knife. No lies., IM'I In. foi n worn. and rluldreu tlon Spli-ii do.os for 3 ctuti i square of ico, but it has not had time to injury was done to his clothing. Smallest. 0.) Cor. Cincinnati Enquirer. Gamivlo .rue al A K Puiiny s btaillord. cool tho water. Thompson warrants it st ltiy. I'lflj Siit-fii- s to last ten years. Cincinnati Oruss In Mitlne Stiorts. Had Mrs II A. (1 inln r of YistiiUi. Ind .lirel would have "I wish," said a patron of tho horse two thousand jears iiku slu- esil apinis been She thooubt to bo o 'inl lit railroad this morning, A combine has been formed in chem"that they whs subjoet to fieri on iirosintinn. hea.lnoiipa. bacrt.u-lit'pal'.iilat 011 uud )or y lo icals in tho north of England and prices would do some haying along tho lino dizziness a ! iy Tuou.'li lulling been trent in the bleaching powder market are al- from Perry vi He to the lake. The grass fJI'Jby Xii' pf,.i-l..ntor without stn-- , ed bOt'If ij cup d li on IS ready showing considerable advances. is tall in many places and when it's wet CO.s, Shll o. HTi'lo-Nt- vne A Irtilliot Dr Mi Ite.tnrit Soda crystals, soda ash and caustic soda tho pooplo who stand on tho side plat- of nnd u ind ismider'ul m tleof tin. i il are leading tho boom. Foreign buyers forms of the car get wet, and when it's flnoly lllii.tr it.lio cuiuint-iul- J rre .it A It Penny s nnd Kuaiuuteos n Dru More, dry and dusty they got mi uncomforable It. are doubtful at present about tho reality of tho advance, and priced will probably doso of dust. Tho grass ought to bo re."inrvcloiiH i;tilttraiici. go up with a bound when tho continental moved." Lewistou Jonrnal. the Tlietost pamount of Inimr poriorineil li sup ng nil tirt! ns m Hit bodv heart in requirements compel them to buy. piled with Wool isnotgriK nlij known. It tin. Is The first bteamer ever chartered to lisO.O'XI tltn s nnd foro-- th" Ii'ochI at llio r iln of iO) inn and 1GS inl'es a iluv. wliteli Is A novel suit for assault and battery carry pi odnce from New York to Auslib flits. Nn woiidi'i tliiro IVl.ssU in b s In has been brought agiunst a Pittsburger. tralia was engaged Thursday. She is r so m.inv Heart Falluio9. Tho iirt when 0x01 (.jinploins .110 slioiin ss ..i Pi a Whilo playing with a child ho rubbed tho Prodane and was chartered by & Douglass. She will bo loaded in rising, piiln In li." side- or stoin.it li. lluileniig his stubby beard across her chin and cholilng In thro.it.oppn s.ioii tin follow rak, cheeks, making them so sore that the the latter pint of this month. Hitherto liungrv or stnoilu rn if ' im U sMiolieii nuUio. product) lias leen shipjwd from that port eti Dr Kranl. in "M'-s- KnvU Ili.sin tl ItE in services of a physician were necessary. . ii'ij. tho onl turiituly Sold by A. Ho promised to pay the doctor's bill, it to Atutrulin in sailing vessel... is said, bnt now refuses to do to, hence A noon to wives. Leolio Stephen, tho noted English ed, the suiL Having used "Mother's l'riend," I would not 1, . n Imviu to iviim who know itor, who is the guest of James Russell ...i.e.. of throuuh the painful The Russian war department, it is re- Lowell, is not the rotund and jolly look- h. n.n.t nass C Meburne, Iowa ordeal the rite Mrs potted, is considering tho advisability of ing person that English cartoons have childbirth Rigulator Co, lAtlanta, (m., for further Ilradfield acquiring tho bole right to a new shirt shown, but tall and slender, with hair particular Sold by all druggists. of mail, which is said to bo extraordina- and beard that give an impression liko LIQUOR HAD rily light, impervious to bullets or saber that produced by the host busts and por- DRUNKENNESS-TH- E In all tho World there is but ono thrusts, nnd cheap to manufacture. A traits of Charles Dickens. euro, Dr. Hainea' Golden Specific. Russian general is the inventor. It can be given Tho French postoffico department is the knowledge of in a cur of tei or coffee withouta thej'erson taking it, effecting Mr. William O'Brien, M. P., is rejiort-e- d examining a new and original system speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient alcoholic wreck. is a moderate drinker to have bought Lohort castlt, laord for distributing newspapers through the Tnousands ol drunkards or an been cured who hase Egmont's sent, and it is said that ho mail. Every publication is. to provide have taken the Golden Specific in llieir coffee believe they without their knowledge, will spend tho summer there with his tho central irostofrlco with the list of its buit drinking of tbelrdwn and fteewill. No harmfu- bride. Tho rumor is strengthened by subscriber, and every number is to bo cBcct results from its administration. Cures guar- and tho fact that tho earl is selling his Irish sent to tho subscribers without wrappers I nr,,dIn S.ml for circular nK.N full Darttculirs. Ad. SfKClFIC Co.. l8s Onl cnnP 'enr-or printed address. estates. Cincinnati, O. ttace Street. S-- U av Kno ing that a cough can be checked in ... . and the first stage, of :consutaioB truk.n u . I Acker .seek, we hereby guarantee Dr the incsncs Cough Remedy, and will retuad - a., I do n t who buy lake It a. ser dieecti."- ' A S. our statement correct. For ay, Drnggist. Do not Suitor any Longer THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Daily, Secures to Trasei.rs f er allesnitad betuecn the great a r at on the Oh- - Riser and ChuK e, fastest liiae and umsl comf rial.lc trains e ''I posnism the South, or to t', Ur.t and N rlhsrrst. I he counterpart of this ., truaV. lines is deaoasiiuied The I.itniir.' 1 si.resi 1 he .siperb rolling slock we employ t , an ei I r. Imoled I .miari Say Menus, get Men, ml stick to M , it you want m i,t an l.ave a pleawnl jour foriul in' rit.su nrJi, mj,. folJer.. etr, isll on or address T P. A . I.oji.s.II,. . j's Usisiscis, i r . , 1 t,,, Ai , in s rr ss M. ROBERTS. Ail Stanford -- tl i!if e '""" I 1 ex'ieri-ment- s. Rdy sen-sic- k "& I'.f-nvt- - p.i waii.sl on t the I s. ii1 on-o- ti it inc in.l dispatch f.. I .f initio-sibl- Joss Thompson, n Port'" in II . I . V'',1 ...t-,,.- ... I g s.)n( ,f,t , '. ,,,t,, k. , route Kentucky old ky...,,. it NcwpntNeA l. Solid Vesti led Central R.R. nt rrs ns to f D Washington, Philadoiphla Baltimore, Now York', All and Scutliesst Only one night ulrim larsmgtoa. Corrected Iisne Card in Irteit Ian tt, itsjo "JUal'I-- ; (iUASH UOl'TK, san. fast . Tho Shortost and Quickest Routo from Contrul Kontucky to all points Nortl, East, Wont nnd South-WoFast nati. Soults-Houa- Unobotwran Leslngton and CincinI h po'' .- s s c "c-r- Lux-iugto- n i 11 1111 ib-s- 1111 sor.-.t- , 11 Times-Democra- t. - . s W - - lii-- tln-ai- tn-ut- c-- s lio-- s I JI, 11 '))) I Ar-ko- ll - 11 SCHEDULE IN KFTKCT MAI 11, ilo Past Mail, Accom Daily Daily No J. Daily Vrs No. 4. So t Eapeesa Es Sun Ex So Li Sua. E SniiL Daily Stanford is 311H1 j 17 am is ji n a Lc (.esiagtoa.. . Lve Cincinnati I 10 am e 10 pmn 40 am J m P m JJ pm, I il o Lve Covington AS pm , Winchester...... a 7 40 P 'J P 03 p m ' K U JanciUsa Lve V'alnsoulh. 1 44 p m V 17 11 10 " Ml terl.ng 10 j p m 5 40 P rn 1 jo pat ij pm ; 10 pm Arr Paris ' Morehead J 00 p m 10 5 psa 1 p hi Jo p n J Pa 9 rtpse Arr I.lviMloa. Olive Hill 3 li P" 11 so a m Lve Patia i 41 p m lie jo psa Ashland o so p m Arr Winchester. it 05 p m ii la, " Catlett.burg. 10 4 j pm S S IMS Arr Richmond. 7 jo p la 40 p to ' llnntlngtoe . . r" s P in Arr Lancaster. 4 Lse Huntington. .. ,ii jo am Arr Stanford P Arr Charleston Lve Richmond ',U " Clifton Forge. Arr llerea J oj ' Lynchburg 'i IS Arr MvingiPu . " Charlottesville lis 50 " Wsshinglea -- . ' Ji pttM ' lUltimofc No. i. .Vt. l s M. " Philadelphia. j 15 pas ' New York 9 so pm ) 00 I.ve Livtngstoa a 40 pin Richmond, Va. Lve Uerea 10 5 OldPolntComlbrt Arr Richmond. 11 43 s m Norfolk.....-- ., .. .1 Lse Stanford 7 or) a m Train, leaving l.eamgion ai 40 n m anJ 53.1 Lve Lancaster a ml 7 4S p tn daily, eacent Sunday enneat at Wirches Arr Richmond. 10 00 a m ter for IUchmond, Ky and points on the K C K Lve Eichmosvd. 10 P m; e io- - a m Arr Winchester 3 00 h 7 '5 a in Limited Vestibule Ex frws New York, Philadelp in! 7 4l a m', 4 phia, W ishiagtoa and all points East, arrives at Arr Part. iTve Lsxiiigtoa . Lexington at 4 47 P a daily Stanford 11 57 p sa. 0$ p m 7 00 a m J IS P m fast mail from Richmond, Va., and all oiNts Lve Pans JO p m Mi a tn 4 si p m east, Huntington, W Va, and all local statbms ar- Lve KalMoutl... p in 9 'J a in 5 fi p tx 4 It 5 40 p US 'OSS a ml 4 jo p ra ris es Lexington ot 12 40 noon daily except Sun-d- a Arr Covington. Stanford 11 57 pm Arr CiacinnHH $ jo p tn '0 45 a m 6 3 P m Accommodation from Oils e t Isll and laterasediate I rains colnts, Richmond, Ky., and points on the K. C. CincinnatiNos. iiand 1. run Sunday only between and Lcxiiigtou, leaving Cincinnati at Ry ntrisesat Lexington 8 in, a in, daily, exand arming at Lexington at 11 in I.sc cept Sunday Stanford jo p m. Lexington at 40 p. m. and arrive at Cincinnati at lie sure tickets read read ia N. N A M. Y 5 35P m. Co.,E D. On the.Maysville Hrancb, No 9. leaves Paris at S. I. It MORSE, t;. P A . Cincinnati, O. ,,, ai j p arriving at Maysville at 10 aj. a m, andij, 10. in m. No g t is leas es sviiie at j.ij a m, arriving at Pam at 740. am No 12 leases l .itl ,. . 50 and Pari, at ,415. P tn Thete trams are arrive, at 'v.j.ii s'liiiudy, No 1 runs daily from I exington tn Cinciniiali !o 43 leaves Lexington 10 00 am: arrives Parli I0 4J.-IIexcent Sunilas No S leases Cincinnati i 5 10 pm;arnses Palmouih 7 to pm: except Sunday. No.7leat,stalmouth 00 am; arrives Cincin- ounuav 'pa an., tram .Notescccii i runi dally butween Lexing. No. ton and Cincinnati. No a runi da,y between Cincinnai and Lexington. M). a undo? make connections .1 VI'.. ,!...... InrpolntsontheN N .V M V. lty IMH)KTANl-Tram- sol this line now arrive a and depart from the Central Union Pa.ienger Station Ciminnati, making connections for ail points North, East and West. through tickets and baggage checked to any destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address any agent ol the Co. STATIONS j P.i Jl Iss ' 1 " If 1 ' North-Houn- d. 4 1 j 1 Jam, juj . "j The BEST FLOUR is the CREAM 1 FLOUR W I. MUNSON . Trav Pass A g, .Clnc.pna.i. S. . II. MORSE, (Jen 1 Pass'g'r Agt. li. - HUN lINf.rON. .Manager. ue Cincinnati, O. Pres't ..nd Oenl T-- y -., made by the Lexington Chamber of Commerce lluilding, Cuicinimi.O Roller Mills Co., Lexington, Ky. For sale by all 'OLD DRIFPMG SPRINGS' Grocers. Referring to in advettiscinetit which appeared ....... wie ,n regar to Don't fail to use Cream renting i.sueolpublicmiirior lou0iHlSprings. wish cotlaKes at Old Dripping to inform the that since said nnearagain Flour if you want good ed ts have i,.. .leased the Springs auu ouuuings ,.. "Pln iame cnditions as In fonuir between him and James L. Bread and a happy Cook. OKN'ERALOI-FICEfirst-cla- ss I I Te - a - B i coS-Uin- ed 1 7 I MARY UKLLK ADAMS, Adtnx. I. if. - s v oai4w 'i.issrfriii-attiifc- Jbll. Lis'kuti ." t'