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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890080801 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. LWf JMM' IWW."" ' mm w ww iif1 'jgimii M Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. Explains What Ho Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 8. 1S90. NO. 46 H CRAB ORCHARD. ELECTION ECHOES. Meant. A n:w issues ago wo published nn Item from n Manchester correspondent saying that one Napoleon Hays, who had boon , an Adams man in tin? Louisville eonvon-tionClay county In the iniiad boon to terest of Tinsley, that It was supposwl that ho was financially interested in lite election ami that his change o heart W hail no r w as duo to metalic cmimm. heard of Napoleon llns, lint knew that onr correspondent was a responsible man, so nave the item for the bne(U of the party. Mr. Huyb felt aggrieved and wrote to us for the name of our Inform nnt. As wo make it a point to protect our correspondents as much as we wrote Mr. 1'itmnn asking if weultouUI rf An unusunllv uood voto was itollod The Democratic Mnlorltv Probablv 50.000. Lot on Main Street in Stanford in this precinct Monday; and, aside from The election Monday resultod in a k s t Contami'ie ito acres. t u'liikv alf1fiiili."f1nptinnnnrifilinriiiiiMiiifi . t .n.nt.ir rnr1n..il illuIIK .1... l!. iu toH wi come ,orw,rt ftld M,. wjhoul goiogto .. ....., ,,.,, .... ...p. . .......... WIU U11U and onthuiiasth! yells, quiotude prevail the republicans. Tinslev is snowed tin- - tho oxtwtKo of a suit This but4nM mtit be set- - Termeav. T K. WALTON, Stanford. (Hi Following is tho ballot out of a cast der anywhere from 40,000 to oO.OOO ina-- j tll at once.C. M. Sl'OONAMORK, I'rcwdont.n 44 of 111. Sue the regular table. 1 Very jority, while democratic gains are report' HARRY A. EVANs, FRANK MAR1.MON. little interest was manifested in bring- ed even w here they were least expected. JAS. G. GIVENS ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, ing ont a full count for the State ticket, It was a big day for democracy. GIVERS STANFORD, KY its many voted only in tho local race. The Freo turnpike carried in Fayette. REAL ESTATE, tuatlc, however, una sharp and exciting Anderson gave Lomrmoor 105 majority Engineering and Surveying in in tho contest for magistrate, owing no and ulects Hanks delegate. - all branches. doubt to IJobbitt and Chappell being Sweet On en, may her tribe increase, Town Lett, Cal Iron and '1 irnVr Land- - bought cnndldrites and diametrically opposed to pave Longmoor over 2,000 majority or sold ob (.orammwn, Correspondence ! solicited L p to noon the democratic officii other. The democrats elect their ticket in nominees, Chappell and Collier, nm Wayne, with the exception of jailer. Tho j well, but it was apparent that mon- race for delegate is in doubt. Lut &t CraO OrfiSarft . ff Sal In the corporate limits of Rowland. ey mid red liquor were marshalling the ro- Jonaatniue county was thorou-jtilH J. DARST, Rowland. furnish hit name, lie replied noaters anu negroes under the banner of deemed, the entire democratic ticket he-- ' A Hot and Lot, consisting i ( i'i Acres, loca . .kA ci. n.T ' ...I at l,riTCn..rd. Ky t i i :.. t i)iiKt-iinii- . cm u .i ii...i REV. QE0R8E HUHT. illg elected by from .TOO tO majority minimi miii The houw .uii in rrprt)-- oa Block'lrom Depot To the Alitor o the Interior Journal, pacioLH n.om, onciatti' e porcn, ont Itell's friendn woiked heroicttlly, both MiuliBon county will have three Mns contain ix and portico, with ail neceary out. open porch A pretty fnir itlea of the fso and In rtioiiee to your favor in regard to democrats ami republicans, and though in the constitutional convention Bur building!. t,aii on or irtdrcM u i'. r.Jttmtoa, MT. VBRN'ON, KY. of one of th not fonnidlle ymr communication from Mr. . 1. at t o'clock he was more than 510 votes nam, of Madison, Bronston, of Lexing- Crab Orchard, Ky., or me at I'meville. KyM. D. SAMUEL 1ILA1R. Thitold aod Hotei;u still maintain for Superintendent of 1'ubrU Hays, I meant to conrey tho idea tint Whind, by unity and effort they by tfc.'JO ton, and Miller, of Lincoln. Climax. . ing Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Specau 'e xxined from tlie above hud him neck and neck with Blaukeu-ehip- . tf Tinsley was elected Mr. Iiayg would cial attenticn to the traveling public. Adair county wheels into tho demo M. P NEWCOMB, Prop., receive an apivoint tni'iit as deputy and to picture, though tUe likeness is not so Ills friends with their coats oil' erotic line with n full democratic ticket. good a our artist might have uiadu it. Mt. Vernon, Ky. I offer for ale Dri.ati'iv mv that extent would Im interested r"rm kn'. n as the and their "hustlingegt" clothes on, ran Hon. J. F. Montgomory, democrat, de- old Leri Lnntford piace, near the bt.mf rl and Rev. Georuw Hunt ww born in FayMr. linys lives in Mr. Tinsley'a to Dix Kicr, Lancaster pike, and running hither nud thither and every vote poll- feated Representative Colley for delecontaining 112 Acres It is well improved, has t )wn and has heen connected with the ette county 5V years ago and at tho early ed for the last half hour of the contest gate. giA cutvrn, and the land is i a fine Male f ml- .Hue f register at Frankfort in the past age of is gmduutcd nith high lioiiors at was for Cliappell, and every time a oust W. C. McChord was elected dele- tnatloli Lalloi' or address le at Cjillieits Lreck, KEMflKY S L WITHERS. Ky ittm nil it was my opinion only that he was Ciuorgetown College. ImuiMliately was made for him a wild yell went up gate in Washington county after the ashe secured the position of oxpciting an appointment under Mr. from the uproarious crowd, that pressed hardest fight ever known in the county. , his townsman, if elected. Ah to sistant professor in h district school in upon each other to hear tho vote called All of the rest of the democratic ticket tasting nuv reflections on Mr. Hays' Fayette county ami for several years de- out. lie was just on the verge of mak- elected. I have finished my new San- - Mill on the SomerIrom pike, I intended nothing of the voted liinisolf to teaching. Afterwards ing a victorious fcwipo, when the judges i haracler, Maj. Burnam, rep., was elected dele- set furnish r'milrskind ofStanford and air prepared any to LUM1IER. SHINGLES, 26, 27, 28, 29, As far as I know, Mr. linys Is a he attended the Theological Seminary called time. As it was, he fell behind gate in Madison, defeating both the re A.C, at LOWEST TRICKS. I will sell the kind. the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give gentleman in every fense of tho word. at DanvilU and after filling himself to Blniikeusliip, the prohibition champion, publican nominee and a democrat. It me a trial. I'mtolfica, MAYW'OOD, KY. ,,,. ,wo vot. nMl thore wonj u, You are authoriied to give hlm'.tlds In- prech, was calletl to .the I'utnnto of the A. II. 1IASTIN. 1 r took money to do it, though, and dead Competition Open to the World, formation if you desire and think it due Baptist churvh at Maysville, which he votes for him that could not bo polled oodles of it at that. Free. held till he win appointed professor in for want of time. QUI residenters eoy Lun to snv as much in your jmper. The mot attractive Piogam ever offered. Longmoor's majority in Louisville is 'OLD DRIPPING SPRMGS' (Siwrgetown College. This position he W. C. 1'ITMAN. it was the hottest contest of the kind S,:to(5, or nearly three times as much as filled with great creilit for several vears, appeared to an Advertisement ever known here. Combinations of all Tinsley's entire vote. Tho full democrat- iu Referring of the Interior Journal hich regard to TWO RACES EACH in lal mue im a unuiler of the hrightesl men of the FARM AMD TRADE ITEMS. the fastest mile track in America. kinds wore made by the prohih.x, some, ic ticket, including delegates to the con- renting cottages at Old Dripping Spnni;-- , I with appear.SUite, who enjoyed his careful instrucsince said vention, are elected by overwhelming to ir.form the publu thatthe 3rirg articlebuildings FREE Ladies and children will be admitted aland ed hae ait'ain lea.ed AT. Nunnelley liought of I'ltlflbki tion, win testify. On being elected pres- indeed, that were disgraceful to their rrce me nrst day to D G Sliughtrr up m rame conditions an conparties yourling heifeis and steers at ident of Bethel College, he ussumed leged purity. Fiie and water actually majorities. former Ic ie etucen him and James L. Specisl trains on all railroads at reduced rates. tained in Mrs. Bosalind Hoppeit Nosbitt was Floral Hall open every day and will be a feature mixed, ami made n healthy concoction. MARY HKLLE ADAMS. Adinx. chmge of that institution, so that in conof the Fair For lurtncr information and cataIt is claimed by lending democrats that defeated for superintendent of schools to Johnson, of J. II. Swopu Hld logue, address the Secretar) nection with his ministerial labors, he O A. Dtl.nNG President. the funds sent here and placed in in Rockcastle by a republican named cattle nt I! le, 10 bwd of I. IH. BRX'CE, of experience as a had had lis years THOS. L. MARTIN, Secretary 4S democratic hands to be used for their Baker. Not a woman was elected Mon: its. teacher. He Is devoted to the cause of day except Mrs. Million, in Madison, a - W. 11. TruyL.r bought of suadry pr-t..party, were prostituted to republican education and if choson to tlw odlce of SA3C.3S l'jOtk) hK8 of 75 to 125 pound) nt Superintendent of Public Instruction, use) and nsed to the exultation of and sho was the democratic nominee. STANFORD, K.Y. Mercer gave Longmoor 055 majority, Tinfiley and the downfall' of Cliappcl We want to sell our Farm privately. It has 106 ;j cte. to which he aspires, will bring to it a Acres in a fine stale c.l cultivation and lies near v Mild to .fohn Von and democracy. A Bonedict Arnold, as and Dr. Moore, for constitutional deleK. T. Hubble, Lincoln county. Call on or addros us at broad anil liberal knowledge of the needs Hubble, Ky. SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL of '0 monnlain ewes at the result shows, was In the democratic gate, a plurality of 78, notwithstanding a cut-vHERRING A: MKNEFEE. of the people, that can only h acquired camp. Bobbitt tmowed under is the lie had a prohibitionist, republican and travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. by long study and actual experience Only firt-cl- a hnnesand vehicles uted III livery. as opponents. Tho entire demo atital I fi rnntttj IV lU n -- Io sIuL-Th- ree Mark Berkshire t IUCUIV of fain UllAl illClU CUCJII3 lr li.i It bolter Ji HOUSE, I rut. limit ihu icvii uinni cratic ticket was elected by large majoriIriMAiia -f lift iilailfta tiae clitimiiHl a Cook, ' '" iii!8 and one used loar. J owe ' hm first wife lieiu n daughter of the dis-ties. B. RILEY, Proprietor, F. of lKth democrats ami republicans on stanfonl, Ky. Longmoor leads Tinsley 402 iu Bourtinguieh Bapliot preacher, Dr. Dillnrd. - - - Kentucky. M. Kahn, says the News, bought that account. The town stuck to Limp-pel- l bon, although Harrison carried it by (W, I desire to sell She dietl shortly after my lartn of about ijo acres, situ- London, birth of their manfully and though he and his Tinsley carried Bell by a big majority. ated about i$ rniloi north of Stanford ou the l,IOi)jouud cattle lit Bonr- - first child. His serandthewife was Mb 1" I have moved to my new Hoteland am better Rush Ilranch pte, opposite There friends fee) a little sore over his defeat This is his home county, yet S. B. Dish-ma- are about 30 acres In uhcat the old church.balance prepared than ever to accommodate the public. hu at 31 to 4. and rye; the Good I.iery attached and every convenience deCarrie CUv, bister of ihorough-bieof the farm well set in timothy. (5d dwelling sired. Give me n call. and the treachery used ngainut him, they Kon S.M.H. tevoral democratic candidate to constitu- of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new James F. Clay, of Henderson, nud they 77 FRANK RILEY. are proud of the gallant fight that lie tional convention, is elected bv about Black Berkshire pigs, 2 moiithsold, at?3 can barn; is well watered and fenced. have had ceven children. They live in be eivwi immediately. For particulars, seu J. P. made. Snm Magee, n young democrat, per head. J. Itlain, Stanford. Ilailey, Stanford, or write the undersigned at G. A. BENEDICT & CO., Luxington, but I'ruf. Hunt is pastor of E. WITHERS. For the first time in 20 years Christian Cincinnati, Ohio. was elected constable over three competJudge Morrow won again at Monemploys the Baptist church here, which Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, county went democratic. Boyd, the deitors by amusing majority. mouth I'ark, Tueftdny, taking the mile his full timo, and by which he is hold in faulting republican sheriff, who had the and n furlong onslly in 1:.WJ. TANFORD, KY. 0? the highest esteem. Lincoln county '.rill DEATHS' DOINGS. gall to continue to carry his party's banWilson, of Marion, bought of Jjilas Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished at take pleasure in instructing her vote for Nindidge n combinetl mare for $280 and factory prices. 10 Mr. Andrew Kennedy Klkin, son of ner after his rascality was demonstrated, him nud we know a number of otlieis one of William Dodd for :1I0. the late Col. W. S. Flkin.'died Wednes- - was defeated by West and the entire The New Stanford Roller Mill Co. will do likewise. that Jack VanArwlalo, of Mercer, bought democratic ticket elected by large maA man of excellent sense and splendid day evening of typhoid fever, after nn ill. 1. W'c.T. J. Foster. F. Rcid.J. S. Hocler, S. BT3SLX. of Pence, Withers and others 30 head of jorities. T. Harris, Dr. . O. Hot Iter, Thomas Melcalf, A. acquirements, fully imbued with the im- - ne.--s of 22 days, aged 32 years. Two nnd J Hajdci, do '2 and cattle at 3 centa. In Casev county Wm. Myers, dem., is M Pence, J. K. VanArsdale togetherV. and become hereby associate oumcIvcs portance of educating the masses and years ago lie led to tho altar Miss Kate, pursuant I am well prepared to bore .veils and will do the the Wheat continues to advnnco In Chi-- i elected county judge by 125, George A. incorporated n...... .1 to ....... nroMsisns of Chap .. ...!.. ..e L'd .1... c improving in every way our common daughter of James Anderson, of this tu nviuiit.j,u9 a ago, the last ri.se due to reports of abort Prewitt, dem., county clerk by 142 and irr 3Q ui tnc ucuvtai okiuuicq thu real estate, nun work in a Kood manner aud promptly of Company, for the purch.-school system, Prof. Hunt would till county, and she, with one child, stir-thAt One Dollar a Foot. about elevator and an Davenport, dem., assessor by 150. The and iiilll, of Stanford,tlie person.! property by the tripsin North Dakota. September is the Ky , formerly owned ollico he asks with distinguished vives him. May .she realize the promise Call on or address me at Stanford, Kentuckv. now quoted at ifij. race for sheriff is still in doubt. Brown, "btantoru Koiicr aim 1,0., ' ana tor tne purcliase L.T.SMITH. ability and his friends hope and believe that He is a Fat er totlie fatherless and a other additional real estate and rep., is (ieorce Bugh bought of A. II. Bowjailer by 40; Godbey, of such oe required and lor me purposemachinery 01 carry-ias may that when the worth nnd merits of this (Jnd of consolation totlie widow. Mr. on a milling business. rep., beats Clark for attorney 31. ling it on the lambs from 2S0 sheep e 1. The name ol the corporation shall be "The democrat are known kin was a steady, sober, upright and The entire democratic ticket is olec- - New Stanford Roller Mill Co.," and its principal by them last fall nt $0 per cwt. democracy of Kentucky will bo glad dustrious man nnd was liked by all who shall He at Stanford, Lincoln place of oy Irom 231 to --M) majori- county, btisuios dcorgetown Times. Ky. knew lum, anil his death is generally de- - toil in uoyie to do him honor. The general nature of tho business ol tho j. B. McFerran knocked tho socks Drouth continues almost universal plored. He is the 5th of tho 0 children ties. J. corporation shall be the purchase and sale of Statoa of off the political parson, who was used as Rrair, manufacture and sale of llour and rnoal and B. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor in the gteat Ida Lewis, the heroine of Limo Bock of tho family to die and the first to fob the dolus 01 uhateer elic pertains to the conduct the West, and tho outlook for good crops Lighthouse, who has saved the lives of low his father, who died a few months a cat's paw by the republicans, with a of a (louring mill, and the purchase and sale of coal. Kentucky has a better reputation, is daily growing more hopeless. Spring so many persons, receives from the gov- - jngo. How John Bell Gibson will preach majority of 253. Longmoor's majority is The capital stock of the corporation shall be No Hotel in proprietor is determined that 4 and its dollars, divided into $30,0001 thirty thousand 278. Judge H. P. Jacobs had no opposibeing badly blighted by the dry whentis shall be maintained. eminent a salary of $750 a year nud two the funeral discourse at his late home shares of one hundred dollars each, which is paid weather nn only Minnesota and Dako- tons of coal. When her father became this afternoon at 1:30, after which sor- - tion for delegate to constitutional con- up full this, June ;. 1890, by the transfer to the Mrs. Henry only received 11 Company of the property mentioned in Sec. 1. ta show good crops of oats. He has recently added to its appointments paralytic she was made custodian of the rowing relatives and frionds will bear tho vention. 5. The corporation shall commence operations votes. Hurrah for Boylo and her gallant on this, theqin day of June, i?oo, and continue in Tho Winchester Democrat wiya that light for life. In appreciation of her he- remnins to rest in Lancaster Cemetery. years thetetrom. existence twentv-tudemocrats, who do not sulk nud scratch W. B. Kiihl shipped for export Saturday roic ellbrtd in saving lives sho has a gold 6 The affairs of the corporation shall he conducted I'V a Hoard of nine Directors, of which fhe tickets cattle, averaging 1..V20 lbs. medal from the United States Treasury K! head of shall constitute n quorum, and' the Hoard shall In all Kentucky there are but six Livery Garrard democrats elect their entire hao the power to employ for the corporation such A First-Clas- s Tiny were purchased of various parties Department, three silver medals frofn soldiers who are a charge ticket, with two exceptions, employees as may be necessary by majori- agents and the conduct ot the affairs of thecorper-atio- or To accommodate the demands of Ins increased n Bourbon and Montgomery counties at tho State of Khode Island, one from the upon proper fur in Ilcst Turnouts furmshvd the counties of their residence. A ties ranging from 100 to 300. Col. Wilnnd to acquire by purchase or otherwise transient patrora?c. and others an average price of 1. 12J. It also roporta humane society of Massachusetts nnd or personal property necessary or Commercial Travelers prominent Federal soldier recently said liam Borkele defeats County Attorney such real estatebusiness of the corporation. proper for the sales of 7"i grade ewes at ?."0 to $3.(15 a from the New York Life Saving that this fact of itself was tho proudest 7. The Hoard of Directors shall be elected anhead and 200 hogs, of 175 pounds, at 3J. Association. It was in lSG'J that Gen. monument the Confederates could wish. Browu for delegato and Bonar is elected nually by the stockholders on the second SaturClay Knuifman defeats Louis day of etch January, to hold office for one ye.d hor tho splendid lifeboat Tho Confederates draw no pensions, but assessor. and until their successors are elected and qualiGrant Landram, son of tho general, by 200 and fied. Until the first election In January, 1391, the I will payn Reward of Fifty Dollars for informaKeturns from the Alabama electioi.s Rescue, which sho now has. James help to pay them to others; they they aforesaid shall and tion on conviction of any unauthorized person for superintendent downed incorporators the corporation. beAny compose the indicate a sweeping victory ami an in- Fisk, Jr., built a vacancy in Directory of for it and have no Soldiers' Homes, but are taxed Anderson the Directory of the corporation shall be filled by for the democrats. The Longwomen by a plurality of 5S. creased majority Found Cutting Timber or Damsent the heroine a silk Hag made by to support those of tho men who fought two tho remaining Directors. moor's majority is 113. But one man in 8. The corporation shall at no time contract or legislature will contain but few inde- .Mrs. McFnrland, of Now York. Miss aging any Improvements them; they are good citizens; x debt exceeding S'o.coo. tho county was idiotic enough to throw-bi- incur The corporation shall have all of the pou ers On the following property: pendents and republicaua. 9. is a member of Sorosis, and was igi peaceable, honorable men; paying The farms at His bland known as W A. Cash's, prescribed by Chapter 56 of die General Statutes vote away on Mrs. Henry. Tho fast passenger train, No. 8, o presented u gold brooch by that organi-- 1 Tim Hutchison's, George liauh's, llastin Heirs', of Kentucky. wunt they owo nnd looking tho whole H. P. Young, I. S. Young's 11 acre place, V. Ter10. The private property of the members of this tho Cincinnati Southern, was derailed zatiou. face. They hayo a record world in the A dispatch from Bumsidosays there corporation shall be exempt from the debts of tho ry's, Wm. Long's W. Moore and near Oakdale. KngineerSam At Cox's Clip Hutchison's 40 acre farm. they aro not ashamed of and have was a fight between the police judge and corporation. Hoard ol Directors shall elect a Presi- Freeman and R. E.Uarren's timber tracts on Ruck The it. Secretary and Treasurer, neilher of which Creek, 307 acres, John Turnbull's, 517 acres, John Miss Kiln Kwim;, living near Hainbow, that Fireman Charles Ijuinhan were instantno apologies to make to any mau or set town marshal on one side nnd Ben Chest-nu- t dent, shall be incompatible with the ether or Buchanan's, 302 acres, M.J. Harris', 90 acres, I). ollicers ly killed and three coaches went over Mo., IS years old, is now 7 feet 7 inches Powers', ioo;acres John Anderson's, 14 of men on earth. They aro truo to tho and his two sons, John nnd Hir. ethers, which said officers shall hold their office Wash Harris' 517 acres. Freeman's, 800 acre, the embankment, but no passongers were high, weighs 225 pounds, wears a No. 13 acres, until their successors are United States government, nnd if any am, on tho other. There was an old one year, orThe Hoard may lcquire ofelected and Robinson Mill tract, I. Tobin's farm. Bryant Treasqualified. its badly injured. shoe, which of course she has to have Kidd'sfarm, Joel Petrey'a farm, A. Gooch's farm, to the contrary, let feud between P. F. Smith, tho police urer the excculieu of a sullicicnt bond. foreign nation thinks W. Collins' farm, on Glade Ridge, 600 acres, HenBoss Quay, it is said, told a reporter made to order, and her shoemaker has to Witness our hands this, June 9, 1800: ry Miller's, 790 acres, Heury Miller's, 441 acres, us. Frank- judge, nnd Ben Chestnut. Chestuut said S.T. HARRIS, bill would not bo passed order a special last. The girl's parents it send over an army to.see Stephen Ilurch's, 35 acres, D. 1). Kdmiston's that the Forco T.J. FOSTFR fort Capital. was elected that ho would tract, Strode House, Cottage near depot at Crab when Smith THOS METCALF. by tho Senate at this session. Tho sena- are about tho usual size, the fatiier being Orchard, Hotel, Colt. L'O and Storehouse at ?. JIULKfcK. never submit to arrest under warrant J OTThNHEIMER, I. W. HAYDEN. tor also volunteered tho Information that possibly n little taller than the average The opening of Africa is apt to have n from him. Monday 101.6m Agent for Owner. I. K. VANARSDALE, Jno. Chestnut was arthe measure is not good politics. There man, on tho supply of ivory, as 5. G. HOCKKR, serious ellect rested and gave bond. His.fathor causA.M. PENCE, u trick or is no doubt that Quay knows will lead to tho killing of elephants in F. 11EID. Tho best time to be fitted to shoes is it his bondsmen to surrender him and 40 two about elections worth moro to tho nvnnl t.i.t.tKiira nvnl tlllia llftQtlMl tllfMt ed part ot the day. Tho feet with hi,3 wn, Hiram, started to tako republican party than all tho Forco bills iu tho latter The bulk of " practical extermination. sen" ! Cholera of the luostjviruleut typo is are then at their maximum size and X SZIXL ho ivory supply of the world comes , of the sitiveness. Activity measurably enlarg- from Africa, and it is estimated that the """' 7. " raging in Mecca, the Mohammedan religion, and its 40,000 es them. When tho muscles are in play annual mortality of African olephants, Johu Chestnut and Judgo Smith receiv RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. blood in the arteries 13 ined soveral wounds, is Session uiictis Sept. 10, lH'JO. population isbaid to be dying nt tho rate tho tlow of through tho demand for their tusks, gorously hurt. The but Smith noti'aucreased nnd the joints also; consequentChestnuts have long of 500 n day. Thopoiiodof tho annual Three Colleges. Thirteen Departments. reaches 05,000. ly they are more tendor. persecuted Smith in very cowardly ways, Classical, ScTcntific, and Commercial pilgrimage is now at hand, and tho faith-fu- l Expenses moderate 5180 to of Shobovgan, Wis., has such ns shooting at his house at night, Courses. Mrs. Morris, are already on their way to the Amy "Mabel, you'll have to tako & 5340. Attendance last session 326, from possession a meerschaum pipe wounding his stock, iSic. in her shrine of the prophet. There are no young Mr. Cioslin cum gmno ealis." states and territories. Alabama's democratic majority is 25 that belonged to tho King of Denmark nUSTONVILIiE, KY. telegraph lines in that part of tho world Mabel- -" Why?" Tor full information and catalogue, adilrcsj 2J)S years ago. As it is supposed to have unusually large. Long, the republican worthy of thonamo not oven anything Amv "Because he's too fresh." L. H. BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor Are still in thu business &nd ready to do any been a very old pipe at that lime, it may candidate for governor, was beaten in his Hence it is utterly thibg tu the Undertaking line. We have a full of postal service. stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes with Hainlet'a own county, hitherto roliably republi Miss Laura Kgau, of Jersey City, was have had some connection impossible to stop the inrush of theso SaIo---BriUur hearse, which is Residence of every description. on short nonce Mr. nearly wbrm" nnd (.observation regarding certain offensive can, while his son was elected to the leg- - For new can be obtained What indescribablo bitten by a "thous.ind-leggeJ. B. 400,000 pilgrims. I now live, west Main street, and the Green has charge of rur business and will show In which which existed iu the State of Den - islature, iutho same county, on thedom- - business block known as the Owsler lllocfc. oppo- our goods to any one needintr anything In our horrors nwnit their arrival I How the died a fow days lator from the elleets of j In ocratic ticket. 64.tr J. II ONVSLE tho bite. site Court Square, Stanford ,unrk. pest king will riot amid thqir ranks! .w... -- ' UOTICE. JH Rh'er! whhro-- T?!ec?..ir Turnpike for subscrlptton, or bondsmen or for FORSALS! 1 4 MRfflON. Plncville, Kentucky. toi-y- r For Sale iiblf J Twenty Building t,ols y fol-lo- w I viii .. . . fea-turc- n NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. can-didat- yo- Parm For Salo. t i ' M flnnn-..all- y. Sj-- tt fin-dey- NEW SAW MILL. lum-ber43-- Aug. and 30. 0r DAY I Ai!-n- is 37- . 1,200-fXHti.- d wm, mm tm ms, FARM FOR THE lm l! Oru-n.gi- u " inc W ik 1 '"'"'l "'"" Farm, For Salo. RILEY t j n . n, d PoM-sio- n 0. MM m BQRXjSTG. .. e e I 34-t- f n; i in-th- THE HYERSHOUSE I , $ i grain-producin- g j T , 1 111 e ! Pool and BilliarcrParlors Stable nn-oth- er - $50 REWARD! n pre.-eute- t boat-hous- e is s J.- - Otten-hei- m. 1 j head-centr- e J T ?',... Central University dmmiM J. T. STJTTOIT . 1 CO., ck d - -- !.. il m . ,r - , f" Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal McCreary Unanimously Congress. Special , Lawrentkbi-hoInterior Journal.) Aug. S, &C0 for AMONG THE QUACKS. r. t. Stanford, Ky., ArorsT 8, 1890 McCreary unanimously nominated by a large representation from his district. The teuiorary chairman was the district chairman, L. W. McKee, and the permanent chairman L. C. Willis, of Shelby. The newspaper representatives wore made secretaries. The governor was ushered in amid great applause and made the speech of his life. Beckham, of Shelby, nominated him. K. C. W. F. WALTON. p I- ;s - . I rli t IsU m n ' n H K . It is easy enough to account for the proferment of so many soldiers in Kentucky. With few exceptions the men who cast their fortunes with the lo- -t cause were of tne best families and themselves worthy of any honor. They came back from tho war and carved out their own fortunes, while many of their opposers in the struggle sat down and waited for the government to take care of them, which it is doing nobly. True manhood will always be lovely parolo law respected and honored. TrtE beauties of our are finely exemplified in the case of one The list of delegates elected to the Charles F. Wing. Several years ago constitutional convention contains the while drunk and disorderly he killed names of so few republicans that one is the town marshal of Princeton while his reminded of what Sam Jones remarks back was turned, when he had him un- about the women ami men in Heaven: der arrest. Being a lawyer and well "At the present gait they are going." connected it was n long time before he says he, "there won't be enough men in was brought to trial and when he was Heaven to furnish bass to the music." the best his attorneys could do was to Less than a dozen republicans and not a get him oil' with 10 years. He served single prohibitionist are on the list of about a year or two when the influence those who have made their calling and of friends secured his parole. Monday election sure. he was on a fearful tear and went around terrorizing the citizens of Princeton. He The seat of Mr. Breckinridge, of Arwas arrested and the governor notified kansas, has been declared vacant by the and if the facts are as stated ho will be republicans in the House, because his returned, to the .penitentiary, where all oppouent was assassinated while looking criminals should remain till their sen- up proof for ajcontest. There is nothiug tences are served. in the world to connect Mr. Breckinridge with even a desire to have tho man out Caklisle, winch lias tried the "dry of the way, and his district will proceed business" for several years, voted Mon- to show Reed and his men how great day to return to the saloon system, h their confidence in Breckinridge. prayer meetings were held Monday was a bad day for women, on the streets election day and other euch methods adopted to prevent that who aspired to office. There wore, beend. Millersburg stuck to first prin- sides Mrs. Henry, numerous other canciples, however, and retained her local didates of her sex and in nearly every option feature by a large majority. instance they got badly left. Kontuek-ian- s are gallant and chivalric to a markWhen a man subscribes to the Louis- ed degree, but they know what is best ville Commercial on the proposition that for women and draw tho line, when they it 18 an independent journal, his money ask for something they ought not to is obtained under false pretenses. Tho have. Commercial is nothing, if not deeply, darkly aud damnably dyed in republiThe' Cincinnati Knquirer has a discanism, a fact that it never fails to dem- patch from Cape May, where tho two onstrate when an issue is presented. men are staying, that Blaine has convinced Harrison of his wisdom in the Murder held high carnival as usual matter of his reciprocity programme and on election day and the county that fails will send a message to the Senate on tho to report one or iwo is about tho excep- Bubject. The president was beaten at tion to the rule. Tho dreadful carnage all points and the great protectionist will continue as lonir as judges 'of tho will begin to monkey as a free trader. jurors Lilly stripe and chicken-hearteA prohibition candidate doesn't stand are ever ready to bid tho any more chance in Lincoln county than ruffians go and kill some more. bull a violinist in hades or a short-tai- l Tuehe doesn't seem to have been any in fly time. Tho leaders of tho disaffection after all. Leastwise if there mighty movement may have it beaten was, it only made those who are ever true into them after awhile that as politicians to party tho more determined. Tho in- they are mighty small potatoes and few terest of no one man or set of men is in the hill. equal to tho debt every democrat owes to The Glasgow Times suggests Mr, his party and which he never fails to James B. Martin for clerk of the consti. pay if ho is of the right stripe. A better man tutioual convention. If the nrohibitiouists paid Dr. Brooks, could not be chosen. We second the thoamountthatis reported, Si'5 a day nomination and wish our vote could and expenses, to make speec lies for Mrs. elect him. Henry it was a losing investment to all except tho doctor, who is taid to bo a Both Houses have passed the bill to prohibitionist for revenue mostly. Every nullify the supremo court decision in original package bill aud the prohibivote must have cost nearly a dollar. tionists aro somewhat happier. A child was born near Martinsville, Ind., a few days ago, without tho sign of The Lexington Press has risen from its a tongue, though perfectly healthy look- ashes, determined to bo even a better paing in other respects. Of course it is not per than before. Editor Duncan is irrepressible. a girl baby. c d red-hande- The democracy of Kentucky did itsolf proud Monday by rolling up a majority of at least 40,000, and it may go to 50,000, for Woodford W. Longmoor, tho modest hero, who in every station of life has proved his courage and his manhood. Ti.o republicans, taking the expressions of a few loud mouthed men who were disappointed in not having their favorite nominated for clerk of the court of appeals, as evidence of a wide spread revolt in tho party, raised the war cry and charged and recharged that the democracy of Kentucky invariably ignored the union to honor tho confederate soldier and called loudly and long for the union soldier element to desert tho democratic party, but being democrats from principle and not for revenue only, they resented the miserable campaign lie and showed to Landram, Boreing and the other shirt renders that they do not go to republican bosses for orders or give ear to their advice audcoramands. Considering everything, including the fact that this is an off year in politics, the result is more than satisfactory. Fifty y thousand majority and yet Judge Tins-leprofessed to believe that he would be elected! It is well for his people that he is a better judge than he is a politician otherwise the law would be of no avail in his court. He is a good man, though, and if he will go and sin no more all will be forgiven. The Force bill and the other high handed and revolutionary measures that Heed and his gang are trying to throttle the South with also cut a large figure in the result. Kentucky was the first to speak in State election and her people were determined to show the administration by their ballots how supremely they detest their lney methods and their meanness, have done so in no uncertain way and the news has been carried to the conspirators. Let them learn by its lesson that force bills and other such devices conceived to thwart the will of the people of the South, will only make it more solid and determined for their rights. As a general thing democratic county tickets were elected all over the State and the constitutional convention will be almost a solid body of democrats. It was a famous victory and every demo-cratiheart swells with satisfaction and pride. 1 Walton. Kemmleh, the New York wife murderer, after every technicality known to the dolay of law had been exerted in his behalf, paid the penalty of his ciime in the Auburn penitentiary Wednesday morning. His death was under the 'new law requiriug condemned men to be killed by electricity, but the method The did not prove a howling success. reports make the electrocunewspaper tion even more horrible than the average hanging. It took a long time to put on the death harness and get the victim properly placed in the chair. After everything was in readiness the button was pressed and the electric current of 1,00 volts turned on. The man gave a convulsive shiver and all seemed over in a few seconds. The current was turned off, but signs of consciousness returning it was again turned on and 2,000 volts shot into his frame. There was no doubt about it this time as the body was literally charred and the smell of burning fiesh filled tho room. According to the reports, everybody in the room was in a high pitch of excitement from the first, Kemmler alone showing coolness. He seemed to regard himself as a martyr aud insisted on the executioners taking their time and fixing everything right. The first electrocution was not of a nature to make it a popular method of getting rid of crimiuals, and it is hoped and believed that the good old way of hanging by the neck till they are dead will be resumed and used oftener than ever in the future. sick-enin- g of the Largest Duck Fnrm In America. While I wns nt South Eaeton, Mass., I viiited what is claimed to Ikj the lrjrot duck farm in AmeriCH. The proprietor, Mr. James Rankin, has lxen engaged many years in tho biwi'i's of hatching eggs artificially. It was Dovem-be- r when iny visit wns made, and ho had on hand only the fowls kept for breeders. They were the white tlivks known as the Pekin, and were of a very good size, nvemjring ten pounds each. In tho various yards he had soveral hundreds. He lcoejw them warm and dry to indnco laying, which usually commences about Jan. 1. Tho eggs are gathered up by the bushel basketful, and each durk is expected to contribute about 140 to the pile during the season. They commence lajing wheu five months old. Lot year he raised 10,000 durks. He made them when nine weigh ten iounds per and ten weeks old. at a cost of five cents per pound. A pa n of the year one man is constantly employed butchering fowls for market. The feathers bring quite a nice income. He is constantly improving his flocks by keeping the choicest fowls as breeders. In his hatchery, which is an out door cellar or "dncout" as western people would call it, he has six large bized incubators and one small one. In the latter he keeps egs which are used lo fill up the spaces left in the large machines by the removal of tho eggs that are found to le infertile, after a certain numl r of dnvs. The capacity of one of the large machines 000 lions' eggs, or 4W ducks' When the hatching wuson comegsrs. menceswhich is as soon as eggi can be got the business is so arranged as to get a setting of young ducklings every four days. These are taken to the brixxler a long building where the Uedgellng can clntQr under artificial mothers, and are kept warm by heat carried in pips from the boiler at on end of the nxn. Here also is tho large kettle in which vegetables are cooked nnd the little biped aro kept constantly growing on a diet of ncrnps and succulent vegetable and grains. A wind mill pumps water which is in pipes to the different feeding station. Tht dncks do not hive water to swim in. Mr. Rankin says "they are bred out of all desire to go into the water." When it waa thought necuwary to drive them to n brook near by to wnth them a man had to stand over them to keep them from eoruiug ont of the water. If it were generally known that ducks did not require water to thrive many people would find a proflt-cbbusiness in raising them. I noticed several things that made the raising of duck prvferable to tlw raising of chickens. 1. They aro not infested with lice. 3. They grow very quickly. 8. They can be yarded with great onso. When it was thought best to change their grazing ground all that was needed was to inclose them with woven wire, held upright by sticks driven into the ground at proper intervals. Rye win sown to giro them green food in winter. The duck yards were well set with plum trees, which the birds kept freo frotn insects. Cor. Rural Now Yorker. Description ANOTHER BIG SALE This weeli at the Louisviltc Store. We feel that this simvle announcement is all that is necessary to say to the public. It requires no lengthy argument to convince our patrons that it is to their advantage to attend this Made to clear out the balance of Summer Stoch in, Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes. Jfats, Trunks, Carpets, A tat ting, tfc, and these will surpass any bargain, sales heretofore advertised. Everything remaining of Summer Goods will be closed out at vriccs never before quoted, in, Stanford, or elsewhere. I! 'e do not give any items; it is not necessary. The public is aware that we are always in the lead when bargains arc to be had. It is strange to see how easy business is done wheu it is done right. Somcjirms can get customers Others and hold them as easy as falling off a box. timid, can't hold tradea any sieve can hold water. Some are afraid to lay in libmore than a prices. Others are eral stock and afraid to sell at close iir Shiftless and Too Lazy to Keep Up With the times and too tired to work, for their patrons1 interest. And then there's your greedy firm who piles on the profit with the idea, that people will willingly submit to being bled. Of course all these things are fatal to success iii business and, don't you forget it. Tills is the hou.se for yon that works for business, works to be in the lead and wot Its to carry the fullest and best stock in town. i- -. A THE south-bound t LOUISVILLE .11. STORE SALINGER, .Haunter. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, passenger train was The delayed by a w reck near Hrodhuad and it did not pass here till after I yesterday. Not a railroad man that wo could find fcoined to know anything except that it was a freight wreck. NEVS C0N0ENSE0 cai-rie- d 3STOTICE- Having secured the scrviio of MR, THOS, DALTOW, OF CHICAGO, I le Tho Kentucky Oak Leather, Co., of Louisville, bus failed for So,C0Q. Wm. Iloynohls, a brakeman on tho K. C, was killed near Johnson June- W. II. Woodnrd has heen appointed general manager of the IxMiiaville am now fully prepared to do ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK AND- Ilt'iin In Hot Weutlior. Hens are already exliausted and reduced in flesh fiom laying, and the period of moulting upon which they are about to enter is still more trying. It is wise, therefore, to bxk well to the flocks at this season. Such as are not wanted for next stnson's use. or cannot be otherwise dijKued of to advantage, should be fattened and marketed. During the month of August old fowls comhigher mand high prices, or at prices than they do at any other time in the year. Thoe that are to be reserved phould be allowed to rest na much as The cocks of the larger breeds should bo separated from the hens. If confined in limited runs do not lorget to furnish the usual supply of bhells' Throw into their run occasionally a load of fresli sand and gravel. Give nt least every other day a meal of soft fowl, composed of corn meal and bran in equal part. Above all. be sure that they liave plenty of green food and wipply of cool, clean water. Poultry World. lit e. d nss-tu- te I'olnt nT Interest. A rich New Zealand sheep grower ays tho mistake American sheep raLeri make is in breeding for wool alone on high priced lands and not laying enough attention to mutton. His own sheep are a cross of Leicester and Lincolnshire on original merino stock. Thus ho has wool and mutton both. Ho ships 2,000 frozen mutton carcasses to Englnnd every year from his far Australasian CHURCH AFFAIRS. home, which is 1,000 miles southeast of Australia. Rev. Geo. Hunt is attending an asDakota seems to bo running wild on sociation meeting in the western part of sheep. the State and will not bo here next SunSheep can be fattened most rapidly .l!vvfln.oiisl M. B. Williams closed when they nre from one and a half to three years old. his meeting here Wednesday after 15 A terrific fight between two stallions, days of effective work, tho visible result oi Are headquarters for Irixh and Norman, is reported from tho which is about 30 additions to the vaMurphy stock farm in Pennylvnnia. rious churches. Ho is an earnest and c&o. Neither rails, clubs nor pitchforks had worker for tho Master and any effect on the two infuriated brutes. eloquent of his may not approvo It is well to remember that a pistol fired while some Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel Plows Plows Plows repeatedly over the methods all are convinced of his honesty off suddenly and consecration to the cause heads of fighting stallions will affright nf nuriuMA nnd Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no them and cause them to turn tail and of saving bouIs. Ho has left his impress trot away from each other. r,n mnnv a heart that will be felt through plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Kvcry plow warranted to The point in raising hogs now h to all eternity. Neaily $200 was raised for Ask your neighbor. got them ready for market nt tho earl- him here and $43 for tho orphan asylum, do good work, or no sale iest stage at which they can profitably which ho is endeavoring to maintain. be sold. This ago averages eight months with tho best care and feeding. 3S. Young hog pork is better than old hog s Southern. A machine has been invented for drilling square, obloTig or hexagonal holes, heretofore found impossible. Oill Dickerson was shot and killed in Madisou county, Monday, by Wick Kolley, who wasalsobadly wounded. Chpt, Thomas U. Poore Imsaiinounc-ehimself a candidate for chief secretary of the Stato constitutional convention. A hundred passuncers in a railway train were killed by itn derailment, near Innspruck, Bavaria. Three of the ears plunged down an embankment into u stream. hemp The E. R. Sparks Nicholasville, containing at ware-rooWwliies-da12fi tons, was destroyed by fire was insured in tho Nichnight. It olasville and Lexington agencies for?23, 000. The loss on hemp is SW.OOO and on building 3,000. Petitions are boing sont from the new Territory of Oklahoma asking that the government furnish a year's rations to the settlers down there, on account of the failure of the crops, and tho certainty that many hundreds will starve to death if aid is not rendered. A dispatch of the 5th sayB that near JameH T. Middh-to- n e Harlan was shot and killod from ambush and Bascom Bailey was fatally wounded on Clover Fork, in the same county. Thoy wore both witnesses in the enso of Wils Jennings, on trial at London. riw. Krii. Niauara Falls excursion last week out of Cincinnati carried 3,i:W people. There were ;57 day coaches, SO ami three uaggnge Bleeping-carwas only So for tho round-trip- . The fare The C. II. & D. will run one on the 21st at tho same price. d first-grad-e y Court-Hous- PIUE ZEIfcTGKR, AVIHrO-- All work warranted and promptly done. A- - R. PENNY. NEW XV c GOODS. Have JUST RECEIVED Our First Shipment of FALL x CLOTHING, In medium nnd Heavy Weights, and Stiff and Soft Hats, The Latest Stvles and Colors. cr. STAGG & McROBERTS. HIGGINS JJfKINNEY Hardware, Crooerios, Stoves, Salt, Lira., 1 ! ! pork. y A. GIBBON'S, Dealer In The sense of smell in horses is marvel-ouslncute. A maro recognizee her colt WELL by the odor. Wheu a horse is uncertain P&WTS OILS. whethor any now thing is dangerous he smells it thoroughly and makes up his VARNISHES, ETC., mind accordingly. - KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Pekin ducks aro very largo and beauti......... ivnia'i'UMTIftVS ihtlirc ful, but it is doubtful if thoy are as hardy as tho common varieties. Swimurti.tic Nicholas had two killings Monday, ming in water teems to lame and injure with all the Iateit and moit MouMiuss d"0""8 The Advocate fair daily is a daisy, and Win trade. Koom is a credit Bath one, Shelby two, but why continue? them. IVkin fanciers say they should knoxvn to the in endlen variety. PRICtS Hit full size and full of meat, and dowShadei BEST. An AND WORK THE to the editorial and mechanical depart- It is the same old story all over tho notboullowed to go swimming except " LOWEST it kindly wlicited before order are Goods . . ' 912111 occasionally. State. excellent paper. placed. ment of that most mERS. I Ml. .. Is Receiving Hi3 SPRING AND SUMMER Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. GOODS. Give him a call. m f Semi-Weekl- ! t while playing With Hustonvlllc and nil told' Mrs. Interior Journal Henry's vote is 1S7. This shows tho ronl ball a few days atfo.brokoliislittlofitmer. Foit RitxT. A cottage of Ave rooms. In the last week or two three of Mrs. prohibition strength in tho county, ns Apply to T. It. Walton. Saulley's boys havu hurt themselves the other candidates' got more or less AniUhT s, 1890 Stanfokd, ICy., votes from friendly considerations. Foit Hbnt. IJurber-shoin Cominot- - badly while playing. FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I, 1890. The constables elected arc Dnn Miller, citit Hotel. Apply to M. F. Klkin. SitRnirp l'x itt. ami II. 1. Farrls reM. A. 31., Stanford, J. II. Alcorn, Turnersville, Sam K.C. WALTON, BUS. ManQROf turned Wils Jennings to jail here yes- Mngee, Crab Orrhnnl, J. W. Bright, lr you need a feed cutter don't fall to Faculty of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Excellent examine tliu famous Dick's Cutter, nt J. terday. The Commonwealth wns not- Hubble, M. G. Reynolds, Waynesburg, MEANS BUSINESS. rwuly for trial mid his case was poetponHoarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction thorough. Send H. Foster's. C. H. Carson, Highland, G. L. Proctor, ed at London to the November court. for Catalogue l'Vi your accounts. I nioim you. X. Smiley and Land, Ilustonville. Tub trial of Teeters for shooting Mar- It. 1'eiiny. The Ilustonville poll books had to be Tub Danville Fair is plnying in bad Watciiim mid jowi'lry repaired mid aim! Now Innd has boon gut for Tuesday eo fnr as weather is concerned, but sent for ns usual. Tho infliction of the morning next; that is if .Mr. Nowlnnd la luck warranted. A. 11. Penny. it is running right along paying good fine of $.00 in such ensos, mnde nnd proThe host place to buy drne.n, pntont in condition to attend. premiums to fine stock. Lincoln county vided, would bring the negligent slier-ill- s medicines and toilet articles in at A. K. H.wi.vu ImiiKht out Mrs. Oourts' Inter is getting her full quota. If Penny's. of elections to their senses nnd wo is n HUSTONVILLE, KY. brv your pchool books, ink, tahlots. est in the millinery business, I would good one an immense crowd will All the would like to see some of them dnnco to paper, pencils mid ttchool BUiplivs of all take it ns a favor if those indebted to the - the music. Boys. grounds from here and all the surroundkinds from A. H. I'eiinv. old firm would come promptly and settle ing country. The magistrates elected are Thomas up. All of the accounts are in uiy hands. PERSONAL POINTST IMchnrds nnd W. L. Duwson, Stanford; Whilk Mi. J. 15. Farris was at the Shelton Hlankenohip and W. A. Collier, OI'KNS SEPT it Imtrmtion first rln., I nil College Cmine. Clasical and Scientific. AV Annie Wmy. Anti-tiShort It ind, Con ,miu il I .iw Telegraphy, 1 ype Writing I :. 11. II Danville Fair Tuesday two negioes went uiw.N, of Providence, la hero Ilmnt an'l 1 nili ti, f rm nt fne n . ittn, - Cciini rci il Cu if-- ;? ; lSoard.pcr week, $3 Can inter it an tun Tins iNTBiuoit JofHNAW will pluv the into his watermelon patch and com- Crnb Orchard; W. P. Grimes and J. II. Write lor cat ilusu, M G THOMSON. Principal. with friends. Wnlnut Flnt; John Hniley and Mi8s.Iknniu Hownu. Is down with Crnb Orchard lxio ball club on Friday, menced to help thonifcelves. Mr3. G. W. Carson, Turnersville; A.K. FaulkAugut 22, ntU.:W . m. nt Cook's Springs malarial fecr. who lives near, tried to drive ner and W. M. Leach, Highland; C. stay and the hnnaisters at the same place nt them oil, but they cursed her and then F.i i Jonks is buck from a S.30 r. i. This will be one of thu draw-in- g broke the melons right and left for spite. Hrown and W. T. Lee. Waynesburg, ami at Hock Custlo Springs. cards of Manager Cook's picnic, Sue did not know who they wore, but Wnlnut Flat, and John Moon, is Miis. Ix.a.v, of Inisvillu, which promisee to be an enjoyable one. otlbrts are being made to find them out, Mr. Kd Cutter's family. with Dealer In- After waiting till pnst tho time to exMas. Job s. Jonks has returned from a when they will suffer severely. A oooi) booking rnln fell yesterday amine the poll books, it suddenly dawnisit to Iht mother at ronton, 0. settling the question of the corn crop in Sumiipr J. H. I'K.viti. and H. H. How- ed on the minds of Judge Varnon nnd Sm Ukriiv, of Mont iff Ho, has been favor of the farmer, especially in tho adling, of London, cuiiie down Tuesdny Comity Clerk Cooper, that as they wore with his uncle, Mr. Mark Hardin. vanced crops. The prospect is that if and took back with them Wils Jennings, candidates they could not act, so 'Squires I.. Bosun, of Mn. ami Mns. John Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. wo are short in "Hour bread" wo shall Clark, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. hnvo plenty of "hoe cake" and whon the noted Harlan county man, who will John O. Noal and J. G. Lynn had to be eSFFINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY'S be tried at a special term of the Laurel sent for to assit Sheriff Newland in the 15 U'V. well cooked they make mighty good court, which convened Wednesday. It count, which did not begin till Miss Limit Stolmtiik, of I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) eating. will be remembered that he secured a afternoon. mm m inting liur consin, Mrs. J. K. A careful examination of the vote cast And Fontaiiiu Fox Hobbitt wontdown ohnucu of venue from Harlan ami was UnritxB Is somewhat Improved never to rise again. This timu the not ready whon his caw wns called last Monday shows that there are not over Mk. l.'O prohibitionists in the county. The Mine the arrival of liur brother, Dr. mighty man, who nt one time aspired to court. excess of thnt number came from the . Congress and oven to the Sonnte, only A BIG The Danville Fair will go over to republicans, who voted the prohibition MiPSKsUltOIKHA AMI MaOGIB 1.ISWI8, asked to be given the poor, pitiful, paleverybody will be ylad to hear. ticket rather than support the democratof Washington county, are vJaitlng Mrs. try place of justice of the peace, but he Tho following tells the story: ic nominees. This was especially the case journal was denied even that. Truly the mighW. II. Hlggins. ptci! to Th ImMor s of the he Dan iLi.it, 3.15 v. ji. Thursday's pro- at Crab Orchnrd, where Mu. J. It. I'.i.i.iott, of JJullalo Honrt, ty has fallen. Peace to his prohibition vote wns given by republi111 . is here on a vleit to his friend, Mr. gramme for both horse rinus and trots For a long time Marshal John cans. The great prohibition party grows postjwnoil to Friday and Friday's K. C. llywntors. hue been the town as faith(treat smaller by degrees nnd beautifully less. goes over to Saturday, Ju., Mu. mi Mns. .1. M. fully mi over a man did, day ami night, The defeat of Miss Bogle bv fo great a Saturday, 233. class. race mi. I Mrs. J. It. Mount are spending the for $!5 a month. Iteceutly it was raised majority shows the utter futility of any J. M. Mrybii, Friday great trotting. k at Crnb Orchard Sprintts. i to ), which is not near enottKU for one trying to fly in tho face of the demPresident. Mit. s. C. Tm'KiitUKr is wltli hei the waik he "Slice he is down and ocracy in Lincoln. There is a prejudice lir.'ther, s S. Mvorg, after an extended The Vote In Lincoln County. the 'teople realise his worth, a jetition in the democratic Heart againn women trip through the North and IJnrtt. L'p to the hour of going to press last voting or holding ofllco, but if Miss Bolias been started and nearly everybody New. Mih Mni.i.in Firn, of Itirhmond, who lias signed it asking that his salary bo ovening, the Hustonvillo poll books had gle had adopted the opinion of those nis-ti- . has n host of friends in Danville, is not been received. It seems that tho who knew what was best for her and raked to a amount. ttuigat AlumSpring"). Adroeflto. sherill of the election, w hose net shows submitted Iht claims to the democratic Wk regret to wiy that Mr. T. It. Will-- t Took Tho to Do It. T. 54. Morrow, he is a Ht subject for the feeble minded it might have been different with n htn (ally determine.! to return to Jr , and hie brother Sam made an attack institute, sent the hooks by I'ndertaker jMirtv, her (miSruia mid will leave inn Jny or two. tiKu A. A. Lewis, editor of the ltepubli- - Sutton, instead of bringing them .GO TO. pit. A. ti. Hrirji.iN, of Penbody, Kan can, near the this morning, as the law requires. Sutton did not N'EW ADVERTISEMENT' everybody here knows, is 10- - about a personal article which appeared come homo and all effort to find him mp, whom I" i nil to be past recovery and sinking in the Hepublicun yeelerdav. Mr. Low-i- s and the book yesterday wore unavailing. l.lh' waB severely bruised in the face, w hen inukos several times that there hns aomtn It John A. llcix, wife and MlSen. the combatants were separated. The This trouble about the return of the poll been rue i a i lies, of Georgetown, poseed up to Morrow brothers wore tin ml in tho o- Iwoksaud if Sherill Newland's deputies Milo I! SeenS rcntlen in I rat' Orchard yesterday to spend a week lice court $) 00. Somerset Reporter. "5IODE2L GROCERY" n, D C,.anrc are irresponsible as in this case, we hope to ,Penion or two. pen at tho good round sum. The Fisni) ?2l Ureon Hiister, tho man he will bo fined a W. 15. Vahvov and 1!. C. people expected to boo the full returns Joplin House, Mt. Vernon, Wed-- ' whom Marshal Newiund had under Wnltnti rejiresontod Uncolu in the nesday, Aug. 13, and at the paper, but we are forced to diswhen that uthrer waakhot, hnd his in this con vontion nt lAVtrencobur--yesterday- . Myers House, Stanford, them. trial Tuesdny afternoon nnd wns fined appoint Thursday, Aug. 14. 5 o'clock ami LvTiiit. Thoygotinat intnrtn ti jn concprnme Mis AnitLAinu Uodorin, of Winches- $J0. The charge was cursing nnd using we are ablo to present tho otllclal re- Hv perou liountie, i or hmnj ialm whith they ' ter, stopped over on hor return from vulgar language to a coloreil woman on t pr cuted hy ud .itturney". denrcto hac turns. Springs and is thognoot of election day, but he sworo that he had Crab never seen or heard of such n woman. Mish Lucy Tato. Blue-Gra- ss K. 11. MAiio.VYloft this morning Tho Hue is an evidence of the weight of I'k. for his rhnrgo nt Columbia, Tenn., fully his testimony. Not being able to give SALK restored to health by the rbnngo of air bond he wns taken bnck to jail nnd will 5i r p i i work it out at $1 per day. i and rest of a month or two. i I : ; i i : Wishing to quit farminc I will offer (or sale on Mu. vmi Mrs. O. V. Itiuiv, of I'ine-illthe jiremiu', on Onb of Andeison Nunnelley's side sSpwf aS' p iaoqisii mother, Mm. K. 11. are with her U show attractions at the Danville Fair Tlixirsday, Junes. Mr. Kiley has Just boon honored struck and came home Wednesday. He nao'v p'jeoiiawi In one nr more tr ts- my frm in Lincoln Co , with a majority of 3s7 for county attor- ungated Andy Yates to stick his head Huttonvillc Mtuatcil near the I'anulle ney of Hell and hns a right to be proud j1 miles from Shelby Cit , and containing through a cnuvas for people to throw nt. h.d J v of the lino race he made. Three throws could be obtained for 10 Il Acres. About Miss Ixuistc Hailky, who has been Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and "Window Glass, Wall' cents and if the thrower hit the bond he IJJuwUJ u I ' H.tO,4V,d'jtjn wk I can y without hesitation that thi it natural to got up a party from here to the trjing was to have SI. Andy says ho wasprom-ixe- d Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, ly enc nt tnu bust hodie or land in the county, Mammoth Cnve, could not secure tho-iawl having been "nursed"' for ao yean, U in conSI a day and the use of n mask, but o 'OMitA dition to produce the heaviwt of .erel crop, Jewelry and Silverware. omf itwiry number to get the rodncod unsurpassed capacity while its the latter was not furnished him, so afthe neighboruch and generally known a rate, so she and several others will go -- wrfmf 80 ' l npoo hood. There are but jo acres ni under cultiter havim: his head struck 10 times with with the U'xington tarty on tho 12th. timothy tSSi'BfcSifcJt vation, the balance all tt in blue a hard Imse ball he threw up his job and Is well watered by creek and neer- and clover Ji im. t M. C. Smklky, of the Supremo walked home. fencing nai .ill been foiling spring. Tlie P ioo3 Railroad The i ('..art of Wyoming, after a month's visit within the last iS months and every field and pas3 ture has water in it The dwelling is a modern Wn k. lust ns the local was pullinu i i his familv and friends here, started O frame of 8 rooms, with hall, pantry, -c , nfo a front and ell porches and two nice, His ollice out of Crab Orchard Wednesday evening .mail's: .8 ti k to his post Wednesday. dry cellar rooms '1 here are two lr;e cisterns, No. il came diodiin;; alone and r. at ti, wdl txj'ire by the adiniseion of stable and shed room for 50 head of stock, stock n stales wheat bin. tool shop, poultry house, rlowor .(siiMnv "v to hUtehool on the 11th of Orto-lcr- , tried to pan heron theniHin track with 3 corn cribs, carnaze sheds, meat house, two pit, o good orchards and every variets of smalt fruit, when it is Iiih intention to return to the usual result a maehed up onuino S U tenant house 'if c or r. rottmt I'uMii s. hool close "P ,, a natie s'Uite to spend the rest of his and enhoose and three cars reduced to X M and churches and mills convenient of access by o HJU-- H At the same time I v. ill also sell all of my stocx, das within her eonllnes. Ho will moree kindling wood. Lewis Withers was on d cuttle, mill in consisting of and jirnc-tittiS Jds p '.lutospt and butcher stuff; also my untirc tho caboose, but he made use of his cood t'lan jirohahly o to Iiih profession, m that Minims at pros-en- t jumping powers and landed safely out of p HEKD OF POLLED ANGUS CATTLE, "1 'iaoj( ssipe S idns the most protltable point for a law danger. Several of the trainmen also n 3r tuck, Thirty head, from ajed animals down to rt '1 hey are .ind no mistiite. One yer, though his friends nre him to re jumped and fcnved themselves. The on- lines. V) i saddle colillncji .ar-olrt lessawv 'P '.po3M pair work mules, Second Jewel; yearling stud turn here. Wo are triad to knov; that eineer of H'2 was slightly hurtandstraniie siiddle mare by i o l s colts by Hamlet; 4 choice brood mares with colts o his family will remain hero until he is to say he was the only one who was. 5 by l!ahfurd and Imp. London; a sood mule colts; nW0 is head of stock hoes, all the crops, farming utenu isssossv " permanently settled. 5 aV225,S2-3t,&o Marshal Newland, who was shot in sils and a lot of plunder. 3 3 erms liberal and made known on day ol sale. CJ3 tho discharge of his duty by the cowardCITY AND VICINITY. MSN.tif1 p'stie.uo Capt T D. English, Auctioneer J.W SHELBY. ly creatine, Hill Tenters, is resting as Si Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. Fink lot of fresh camlies just received easy ns could be expected with such a B.H. DANKS, Jowelor, J S WELLS, Ph. O. Prose. Oik. iopuf '"d 'Pl0,t'S jttwiyiaSS-:- : by Mark Hardin. wound as lie hw. Tho doctors begin to .A SPLENDID. jo(Duns ' P 'suovj J. T. lJi.ANKES8iiii' in aetitif! aa mar- look favorably on the case and now CO, STOCK .HUH FISH S1ANKORD, Ky U Main Street, Opp. 3 :OW-think ho will recover. It will be proved shal whilo Mr. Nowland is down. on the trial thnt Tenters, who was trying - J.1U9J03 'uosj)3 AT PRIVATE SALE HetS-riDon't forgot that W. II. Drady is to resctio a friend from arrest, tired three a partnership we offer at trUale sale our To close headquarters for fruits, candies, etc. shots at Xewland while his bnck was Kami ol iiitjfrs.jsrsji aiBSajotl 'T '"llllvl turned, one of which struck him on tlie It is settling tinio and I want what arm and kept him from drawing his pisNearly Fivo Hundred Acres, oaau ' J ''n9,,H yon owo me. Take this to yourself. W. tol for some time. Tho case is about ns JltrsSfraoVoVS Near Moorcsville Washington county. b. Mcltobertfl. . This I'arm is situated on the turnpike leading bad n ono ns could bo made ngainst TenwSJl of from Moaresville to Cnaplin and is about lo miles Wo aro sorry John Clinppell failed KvKiivnonv is invited to attend tho ters, who may realize tho engennco of- n,t.t fr.ini lllfw.mtill.l i,i,l vss. t .. C.nnnfiaM .. Q'hero was . .. ...II 11.11 . ubjuhwii .I.A M.l 4.1 I.A... .... A Suro Curo fcr all Diseases In na mniMstnite. ...i.n hiv imiiio.ii. uviwtcn picnic at Mt. Moriali nn outrnged people should Xewlnnd die. Sunday-scho- ol from alley iklll, of- - IUrdstown .ind bpringtield, and ibout an hour's nearly a new deal all around in this Church trom Lotus die I here is on the I'arm a good run r comfortable house of ( rooms, a ho mam building, I'oou M.vnKSMi.v. Shorty llnugumnn a brick, having burned a) ear or so ago; and all has been removed nnd Jim Tall, Mn V. J.Camimsull Gooch's homo people stood necesary farm buildiuge, consisting of stables, hnve long been nogiots, Brer. Ezra and corn cubs, granary, smokehouse, bugcy house, at Hock as V nt enmity nnd on ono or two other occa- by him pretty well as a matter of houso and sard and tuo largo tobacco Al Howard appointed in his stead. Kingsvillo and tiouliry A good portion of this land is in blue sions have tried to do each other up. but Highland, grass, timothy and clover and has a br untiful supArising from Impurities of tlio Blood, and left him in the ply of water, well distributed in the As I am not able, on account of sick- Wednesday they mot in Macksvillo and tho other precincts from rune tlonal Derangements. and the whole is in a different pastures and fields; In short, it is a highly good state of cultitatxni ness, toseo you personally, please call at Hnughmnn opened up on him witli a lurch. crops ol productive I'arm, which The voto for the prohibition candidates gram and tobacco jruwn on the yearly attestgrases, my shop anil settle, as I am in great need pistol. Ho was only a few feet from It is it A DEAD SHOT ON WORKS, AND A CERTAIN Tnll, but his four shots went wide of the fell fnr short of our calculation, with no an in ontrovcrliMe lact that Washington county of money. M. F.Klkin. yelling 15 to "party" is htiid.h.isc beenlike character 50 per cent, cheaper mark and tho target laughed at the republican in tho Held. Tho PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. uy other part of thin lands of a Wanthii. A lady of six years' experi- mnrksmnn nnd told him he couldn't hit evidontly on the down grade in Old ihc 'tale, and this has undoubtedly been due to For sale by A R 1'enny, I)iueit Stanford. W C llailey. General Met hamlise, Turnersville; the fact that the county has been without railroad ence desires a position in a school to a uaru uoor. special roiiceman iJiank. Lincoln. facilities, until the past two) ears. No county in N Nil Jons .Ml Salem, W I McCaity, Druggist, Kinsville; C C. Rooch & Co Waynesburg; elller, Druggist, W It Mcpherson, Rowland; J K Routen, Druggist, Xlilledgesille V Arthur horses, cattle, the State raises finer each English and Lntin languages. Heat enship was notified nnd soon had Daugh A leading Lincoln county republican grain or lobacio Our xole reason for ottering t Crab Orchard, W II Cum lings, (.eneril Merchandise. Preachersyille; J A Williams, Druggist, offleo. is v close of references. Address "M.'Mhia man under nrrest. Ho wns tried before said to us thnt the reason his party did sell this farm good land, our partnership,at and to a Mc Kinney, C II ltaker, General Merchandise, Highland well located, a low s man wanting Judge Carson at once and lined 20. Ho not run a ticket was becauso it did not price and on good terms, we wilt sell the cheapest grown watermelons aro slowly HoMi! go West, and in Kentucky didn't have the money, so went to jail. have tho proper material. Tho few men farmso, when uu seeNo useto To parties you'll who this land. say coming into market. They aro very offices, ho said, might want this land we will say that It is suscepIf he had killed Tnll, who is always get- capable of holding tho tible of division and we will sell to suit purchaser and the raisers say tlie crop ia not small ting into rows, the fine would have been wero too much mixed up with prohibi- Call on us on the place or address us at JlooA: Xceplnv, Short Hand, Ttleyrnphy. de f9f I 11 1 11 I IkfV over half a ono. The largost retail for 50 A C. JOHN TAYLOR Ky. H'rife for Catalogue and full information- - Saw WIOvlsUlsaEiif IV much less. tion to stand any chance of electiou. cents. Fiiesii candies ntul fruits nt limner's. y Little GtK)nun Saitley, 3 V Stanford Female College IiriSRAItD, President. p J. '' to-da- CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, Classical and Business. ij, For Girls and e i- . J- New-land- , Iloen-singe- r, Hiu-tonvill- IIi-m- k e. ROBERT FE UZEL, -- 1 ii CISSflUwnM, &L,UUi.a HllU & mRTCMirc rminnve iimn m Van-Arsda- le frm-hcnrl- Sat-iinat- y, LINE OF ! four-fifth- CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS Just Received. Also New-lan- d fonr-yenrol- d ds. A Lot of New ssware, Somelliiiij? Entirely HAHK HARDX3NT. to-dn- Lim-sel- f, court-hous- e m mm in repre-entin- A9 A. W ARRENPl c At-- . Mi-mi- h. nl nr-ro- st de-in- pen-si.'i- u, , -- n6-- For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. On-har- t'nriH i 1 A Farm jr-O- e, tjr?l?2t ?U?3c;ii October i, '90, turn-pi- DRUGS and JEW eEhK uusvui i'.tti a 300 ti Hf3in.v!4 H-Ti9l- p crate-produc-in; 15 111 tD re-s- HAMFBESN WATCH, Watch. Best c 1 Wyo-iijin- g 5riai5tta$ 6555siS5 'JK 'o 'ii two-stor- vah-rom- 1 a- - ear-ol- .Middle-diorot- o n tit : ! .:Sttll t4-.- d c 1 40-t- d 0 WHIM W. B. MoROBBBTS, Court-Hous- i . p -- DR. ELLSOTT'S i Medicated Food, i.:., m nfjt s- Castle-Spring- post-mast- com-nliino- rl; HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs never-failin- g 111 blue-gras- s, Moores-vill- e, (44-6- A-- BRYANT & STRATTON Business College C P lr ! ' ,- 'fP-i- wUHfiV " 4Wiw !.yiw m p,rtfP'""W!7 9"mmmtifHtv v Semi-Weekly -- InteriorJournal NOTES FOR STOCKMEN. HOW FARMERS ARE CHEATED CHASING MARES. IN PUR- Publlahcd Evory Tuesday and Friday When not so paid $2 DO 7 00 ill be charged." K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. a. m., returning l !. 1 Train leave Kowland at at s:.top. m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARO. 50 ti116pm Mail train going North ' South " usopra Express train" South pa? am " North ." 63011m Local Freight North South. 53Pm The latter trains alo carry passencers. The above it calculated fn standard time. Solar time is about ao mm ues f ter am t til' v2s POWDER Absolutely Pure ail in lMcmug port Aug 17, "'y A Cre.ini n( tit ITtlgl'l ' tol r Highest or '. O ternmci.t Re j to Cont;rec in this, a Candidate tor tfU 8th District, subject to the will ft tne Democracy- jaies b. Mccreary C. . RICHARD WARREN . i-) r tucky,." 'ject f..r Audit:r or the Stntc of Kento the will of the Democratic patty. ?? sTfisil Office nr. . on Ma. Drug Store, Stanford. SURGEON DENHM. street. otcr W. U. McRoberts' R. C. MORGAN, D. DENTIST. Nitrous Oxide D. S. etractiiTA?.FORp up stalls Office on Mam street, opuoatte lias giten for KENTUCKY. I""" "?" DB. Wr. TpENH Y, Uciitlst. vawtel by.Dr. Sjuth lid Mum Y L in ofllce recently HuTman, Stanford. Ky. irt, abM ,,,0 female times. I of Good T11M0 Something to Qmt Tliolr Ko Teoth Cut Somp of tlio rcru.TlHo Horso Tmitcr'a Trlclin. Tiiere i? doctrine set forth ever now ntul then by city editors of farming that it costs no more to raise a colt than n stwr aft or the colt is once started. The it?fll farmer knows .1 good denl better, but the pleacini: fiction is useful for some people, and nbundantly tnioteil for this among other reaflojia, that it brings fresli jjri.t to their mills. Every young farmer of good tasto and progressive tendencies wants to trade off ids homely yoke of oxen or jmir of old plugs for a team of young mares that will do all his f.trm work quite aa well as the old ami raie new colts at the same time. This doctrine has made the trade in Ontario mares tor the lat three springs a very lively one. IJut some's jw it does not lvnilt so well in fact as it did in promise. Some of the!e nice young mares that cost over $.V0 a pair liave never dropped a fonl yet, ud he would not be a very rash prophet who ventured to predict that they never will. A capable fanner the other day pointed to a I Hiking mare and said, "She is a givl mold, but sh3 has never had a colt that lived a week." Such cases as these are only too nninerous, and where the Ivl r.ck of facta is ot down to it is found that it ia only thj old fraud in a new form. Those mares hvl leen tried and fouud incapable of prodaciug a colt worth anything, incapable sometimes of producing any colt nt all. But they cunld be fitted for the westeni market, and now that people here have paid sweetly once more for cutting their eye teeth they understand the trick. Some fanner within a few miles of one's own door may have a useful mare or filly to sell, but sho lws no stvle or "finish," and the prospective buyer gets the stylo and finish in a sale stable: but the ragged filly next door, sound ns a bell, cannot be sold within $100 of the price got for the imported article, whose good looks are the only good thing about her, so far at least 1x3 breeding is concerned. 'T.ir away fowls have fair feathers" would be a good saying for the man to remember who wants to steer clear of paying fancj- - prices for the thing he does not get. Thero are no doubt honest horse traders that would not knowingly put a barren mare into a customer's hamls, but ought thi-- not to get a step higher than that and luaho imre e th y invest in breeding maree for breed, this market, not only that the-dbut that they will throw colts likely to justify the high figures put upon imported eastern ninrea? Nor'wst Partner. It Y111111B 11111I 11 na-Ip- rs CtI'rwirostUePuriiiors st Tour Ilornci of a Kino Arelilcnt. A horror wis averted at Monmouth, EUj., by tho prompt aud vigorous action w of four bravo nisu. The a milo east cf tho city, was tlwrccne. An explosion of gas nt tho foot of thv? new shaft, ninety feet deep, ignited the engine houo at the top, and the wooden structures about were soon ablaae. The shaft was soon filled with smoke, and the sixte-- men imprisoned below were obliged to seek shelter in thv furthermost recesses of th mine, whore th v lay down on their faoM to keep from suffocating. There seemed no means tf and the cries of the mothers wiv.. and daughters were lieartrer ling. Tour brave men volunteered to go to their coinrtdes' rescue, and wr.v let down an eld disused shaft. Armed with pickaxes and shades they dog mi entrance through a six foot wall of earth, an I one by one the nearly suffocated men crawled through Uie small ptsag?-way- , over th- - burning Vbr.s. and were w w reahoisted up. When the med a shout of joy went up from the many hundreds who were fathered at the spot. S:.ie of the ine'i were ntoro dead than alive when refuel, but alii will recoup. Cor. Chic.:vin:r-Ooea- (b Senator Vance, of North Citrnlinn: "My church don't allow me to swear, but if you will swear for no I would say this talk of boycotting is the d dest sort of nonsense. I think we should resist the parumgn of the Force bill by nil legal and constitutional methods, and appeal to the sober, conservative sentiment of the Noith to aid us; but if it doos pass wo should take the advice of the to'wn clerk of Kphesus and do noth ing rush. However, I ho republicans nro not goini: to pass this bill." m m THE CQIWERCIKL KQTEL J. U OWENS, Manager. Harrodsburg, I t Kentucky. 1 have taken chawr ihn popubr hnt-and intend t run it in a firm tlass manner in every It htm; papered and plaited iron, rispecl top to bottom, the beddinc is Seine rencn atd and cierwhmr. done t make it liuant and comfortbe surpa.s able Tor Thetablr shall ne-ed by hotels in this section J 11. OWENS gut. r 9-- 1 m r- - sm Has leased one f the t iles at Penre track and will tun j gen'rj) C. L. CROW ,V, I Karris 1'U'il.llUl'tAM. one vk"f.H: nQESESM "njrrsnjss lllll '''"- - - k ieaii- osi-ip- The Cincinnati, Hnmiltim .V Dsyton R R is the ol) line running Pullman's I'eitrctotl Safrt) Vestibtiled Train, with Chair. lHulor. Slpln; ! between cndDimnCar scrirc and the Cincinnati, runonly line dianapolit and Chicago is ning riirouh Reclining Chiur Cars between Cincinnati, Keokuk and Smincneld. HI. andSlcuptag Car ClnciHiiali to Mackinaw: and the Tho Flnost on Earth Breaking and Training Stable. yr c5S m&i I Hm w BSS'-V- m Jlf y.m "fc .k.:' .rty -- ,. - a Twenly miles the Shortest It He has had suAicient experience to make htm an expert in the 1iiMnvH km. hi. rtte.vill bet cry rcASonablt Give him a .hare uf sjur patreAige. Making direct cnueiti' n in Central pot fur t'uion de- 1 n DeThis notice forewarns hunters. Hshermen asd lletwcrn Cincinnati, Dayton. Lima, Others not ! trepsss , n our Uni. vtitho-i- t Jper. troit, the Luke RtpiOH and Canada. of the oMIeat in lh State ol Misaion, as all such ttillbe prosecuted to the fall" 'lTie road is one Ohlotad the onl lino entering Cincinnati over 13 est extent of the law Signed miles nf doubk track, and from its past raeoed caa d v. iiolmrs. fir.p w i.onvx, morn than assure its pauons apaed, ccaifort aud P1IILIIKRT RICHARDS. JOSH ADAMS R W CMN'Kh J n. McKINNXY. ! and that the) Mrs sMFJKt IRW1K, Ticket! on O. LYNN, JHN rlALl.OU. I) , either rtd C , II .Vs.r Totalo. in or out of Cincinnati, Mr. AI ILK Tl'CKBR. lOb. Indianapolis W. A HAMILTON. Tilt ! t P I.tI . E. O McCORMICK, M C KFN and Ticket Atfent General Only Dlroct Lino Tlk, .POSTED. St. Louis, Detioit, Ncav Vorlr, W.hint.w, Michigan I'vints, Chicago, eland. Kjflale, Indianapotis sad the West, .New Fnaland, Canada, a llo.sloxi. Philadelphia. Quickist time tnllsrrntsburg, Frankfort, Ky Shortcet and Klchinood, VIRGINIA Quickest line to RsltBiore, eryhpT, Pasaer it OT.W OHJUIiJANH, Sdid Trains, hacgaat eats, smoking ran and uu"ir sleepers mn.ut n tia HuHan ta, Mirminghaai, Merul making direct connections en mute l'r Kaos- tine, Ancville, Lynchbursjaad poinu lhe ut chant;1 it111 The CTtr's N Yw.'!it. Bticklcn's Art ica Salvo The best salve in the world for cut, bruits soics, ulcers, stlt rheum, fver sole, letter, ch ped kands, chilblains, corns and all shin en ttont aad poiitiw!) cure piles, or no pay re.u,i ti i, od. It i Ruarinterd to ive perfect or money retunded frire $ cents per lo For sale by A R Penny, Stantord, Ky. go-M- i The emperor of Rn i : ii building a new yacht, which will W more than twice the slz3 of the Oih rr. . IM? is in tended tii be n vessel of g."t speed, and all the la. t improvements will be introduced, including the light. cabins will bo marvel The salens of comfort and lnxnry. an I there ia to b dining for "200 per sins. The yacht will be used by the emperor fcr cruising in the Gulf of Finland and in the Baltic ar. for his visit to. Denmark, aa his majesty has coaceivv'l a horrvir of railwavs siuce th? accident in which the i:.ipcril fmn-ilso narrowly demctiou. This yacht, which is named the Pole Star, is ifc feet long and 40 feet in depth. She is fitted with twin screws, aud is so built that she can be converted into a cruiser in caae of war. The first service of the Polo Star will be to convey the czarovitch and his brother, the Grand Duke George, to India. China and Japan. London World. c d tin-nu- saU At Chattanoosja I. You have hwird your friends anM nnn lk, knui 1, You mat voiuk-I- I l.e tie t t many who know from personal r.penmce . t tn-it haw food a thja-- . it is JM011 hae ii the yon are one of Us staaach ftiend, on. hen woadcrlul thin abont it is Tho Now Dlsoovory. TO MACKINAC Pa tact SrcaMcaa Hr..nw..k, Lake City, ThomastiMa DA 1 n, l hrlest.-n- , err v el it in the house. If ou have niter and should be atlllcted with a c.nifh. col.l or .nm .1 loitie throat, lime u ehest troalde. muih iirmtrd ever) one and gite it a fair trial It time or money refunded. Trial b ttlts tree f A a place R. Penny's trial Dr K inn's Naw Discoterv er litfiinn Summer Tours. rour Trips per ifi.r hod. DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND Tetcsksr, The 800. Usrquttte, saj Lsk. Huron l'rts. Erery Evsnlng Ditwssn W.k Low Ditwssa Rati. .ii. trains wit'i choue I'.l.ce Mrrpinf tars to Jj,lu-ik- r lor at) cia. of pjisei "trim snd Mnntgmnrrr. Hum Vlll. De, St IU rrme. Mrnnt 4110 A It K A SAS ijints r, S urtrst aa.t kttt nil. item Srln .,, l I v 1'iillmsn Hou.l.ir .i,vilic without tiiis. ult line running , for Atlanta, Cotumbua, Wilmmg Au.uMa, Macon, Ssunrst,. mid KI.OHI-- I - V iimi'ion, tuaiin, .s -- Direct i.ttmeiiions made at M'.W witliout omnibus transfer for ,, Llc ik I u y lie-for- o O where VB mV I X) I Mulo IlnMn;;. hate removed my ciSce Colle, "$.$& F "tidence, oppo A! WOOD ? r?k ' tia. At acertr.in town in Hungary the other Thompson, iti. day, in bmaJ daylight, the treasury of r I' ,Io,., U, K, KHlea. K t taA ChUd til, ,, Iu IV Mm hi II ,,. & ATWOOD, broken into. Nt a the theatre s Another child killed by the use et oowlee givee "' ' M ktiltl.kr- - ,lr,..,s:. t.,t Ait kreuzer was found in the money ehest. Why mothers ptve for m of HetJVfllV is surpninii but thore liappeuod to lie a large nnmber In th .sVIMna soothinf r.rR sL.J. REEL ESTETE EGERTS. cisiiar tho child of its of unsold tickets for a certain night, "sTl. .k... . r.l'.ev. Acker"s Bahy Sootner. 11 . hv usine Dr h n s o n City, Tonn Jo which the thieves, either from ch'i.'rrin rontams no opium or morphine, is'" "T A K. "F-- . I). '! t t. JAS- G UIYENS. Niwtott Nw ,v Mi ;..4lpfU t or with an eye to business, appropriated. Penny. WM.AYRUS Solid Y tibubd Traia to The angry manager, it is stnteti. was Wo Can and Do Philadelphia "HIat'K C! It lor Ii()l"l'J3. ' & mollified when he discovered thtt the InaM leva Iir Ackor s lllood Mlitr, this lias been fully demonstrated to the peopkrolrations for -a thieves had found nothing more valuable Baltlmoro, Now York, Tho Shorteat and Qulokout Route from it I. superior to all other preAttorneys at Law, Contrnl Kentucky to all points North. than the tickets. It is m.tuy a day since hU dUeases It U a pitive car. or eyphi c All lunt. 3St and utheuit Only cac authi out Irnm l.etinirloa. Bust. WoMt nntl Sotuli-Won full hotise ha. lwen sen in the theatre, he The wool. .y bushl. up the Fnut 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. Corrected 1 une Card ia r.rlcct an is, 1S.0. Mnobetweon Lozlntfton cvntl Cincinand should the thieves realize anything constitution. A. It. Penny Shtcvc Rudding. from their lwoty he at all Tim- Kast.Mait, Accom nati. r Is Life Worth Living ? Daily Daily STA1 IONS. i Ves SCHKDULK IN HFFi:CTMA eeutalieing cheered with the sight of Not if you ito throujh the world a dy.pep-Dn, it TK press. F. Sun. Rx San. the crowded seata. Loudon Xews. No. i. Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets are a postmature No .10. 4 ...... te ji n'al j 17 asn'ie ji n'a I.o.Staafoc4 ol dyspeuela, indigestion, lor'the worst forms rj Si,u. by ' l.aaingsoa iu pinm 40 aan 1 jo pm P.x Sun. aad constipation. Guaranteed and Daily Sport on tlio KptlH(iiicIw. ' Winchester pea, 7 00 pan 4 4 pm A. R Penny. Tr.uner and Handier of S5L .1. a 10 a m I (q p m ' M I'm, Lve CisKinnali " K. U. Junction. The more the Itestigoucho is fislied I il am toapm Mt burlinf T 1" P Jj pm 7 topiu I.ve Cotinctoss. A little boy of 1.11M. m' 4pm the greater apiears to be the number of p Lve " Morehead I 9 pas 1 41P 9 41 a s 1; i di 4 OS p ra "Harness and Saddle Horses and f i pro. Arr Fskouth to a m to ij p m m Paris 40 of St. nine, handed in the following composiOlttellilU it rlh. Dr. Rciniiford. a rector i S P"1,- dealer in Fancy Roadsters. ' Ashland.. .. to 30 prai 5 U pm Arr I.lvtuirlon. it 00 p mlio jj p m o jo p m George's, New York, has killed George Washington: "George tion on " Cattotisburc. .. 10 43 pai y pm I.Te iaiis....T 4t n m UK 1 ml Horses IwuRiit and sold on a cry small per cent. 11 or pn balmou since the season opened, Yashington was the father of his coun" llumlagton 6 ts tin ........ 10 p m Arr Winchester. 11 st p a 4&'Rv Fitteeo jear,' experience in the biiir,. Lvclluittingloa. .. it jo am 7 30 p m Arr Ukhmond. each averaging in weight over twenty-thre40 p m C. T SANDIDGE, Stanford, Ky. tf Charleston .. jt am try one day he went into his fathei's Arr Clifton m Arr Iarrcaiter.. 4 5J P killed iiounds. Another geutk-uaForfe. .. Arr Stanford. . .. s to p m, What aro " Lynchbnrt; ....... ii J aas " twenty in out- week. It is the Wat fish- yard and cut down a tree. i am trying " Cnartemesvtlle . 10 4J am I.te inche4onr OLD. .. 3$P ni 50 am m Arr llerea ing this season that lias b en offered fot you doing asked his father a J ' Washington... Arr LIvinKton. ft p m not when ho grew llalllnore I J i' the pant ten years, and all who take part to tell a lie und can vXy WEHTEERFQRD HOTEL 6 ij pro fmm&iB$'A . iu it are very much pleased with their up he was president aud was killed by a " PhiUdelphia N'oNew York nd. No 1. 9 to pm IIUS'lONYILLE, KY.. j l fiiifV.4:.'-Vi- f 1 40 pm Iticbwoad, Vs. luck. St. .Jolin (N. B.) Gazette. man named gotto who was jellish of him ' OldPoiatCoHsiort i) emrine hoiihe was draped in I.ve Liviagston a 00 a in ' Norfolk and the no P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. I.ve llerea. 10 5 a in A l.Uvly Old Mitu. Rt.W Wfc black." Harper h Bazar. Trains leattnn I.eMnjton at 11 40 a an and j:jo Arr KicamcuMi.. 'J ii am .... and Dlake Keni), of Aubara, is 73 yeaw Having leased the abve hotel.tietitteil the pubpm daily, except Sunday ennect at Wircbei-te- I.ve Stanford ... 7 00 a m to accommodate ' I am for Rithmond, Ky. and punt on the K. C. K. Lve Lancaster. t Id. The other day he hoel totatoes all j.tt er JMIln. .Mil of 7 45 a m style Rates a ic in fl R Vr-?nS,.-Jl' Arr Kichnsood. weoa 10 day for Jndse-.- i Garcalon up on the rivei 'I h" sot on tlif Aa itiiiwr iiit d e Sample Room iltached iAVn-tVestibule F.x. from NewYork.PhikdelLimited Livery and Kiclimand.' IS ttif n. rves lo in u't p.ihrmuri rmo Mliou iibia. Wathinctonnwd mall points Kast, arrives at Lve Wincheater. I on n IH 6 11 a ml road. He hol a nianv rows as any man llvoi. ' in nli 'om.J Tlii-p m 7 Iv A new pruf. Ct2L a daily Stanford 11 57 p m. Arr at 4 47 P in tho crew, an I when the day's work wa ne, Uttl ' i anl contip it 4e p in 7 4I a in' mail from Kichtnond, Vii.. and all points Arr Pans Fat for m'n. wmtn'ii unit ehiiilrvlt nt an end Mr. Gnrcelon said that Mr. ttnn. Spli'n east, Huntington, W. Va, and all Ixal statkuis arLve Lexington 05 p in j 00 a rri TFpm '. Sral'"i. mi ('.i SPANI.SII JACK. a o p m e jj a mi 411pm rives Lexington at 13 40 tiiMin daily except Sun- Lve Pant 1.50, aud he paid him Sjinplo Ire- - .it A K I'jiiii) doot for iiont Keeiio had enruetl f SunicrU. , day hunforil 11 jt n i. Lve Falmouth. 4 is p tn g 13 a m 3 to p m DILLIONS SWITCH, KY. hardier than the horse. Ho hardly over the amount very cheerfully. Mr. Keenc Accommodation from Olive Hill and intermediate Arr CotinKlon. o jo p u 5 4" P ni 10 3$ a tirettt X)lHcoc-rcr- . Joints, Kichmond, Ky., and ointion the K. C. Arr Cincinnati goes lame, so solid and hard aro his doesn't take a back scat fur many mon S JO p m 10 45 a in ( 3S p tn Dealer In Whnt IJoii a nl K li.t mo to tho teleuhnno nrd y. amtnsat Lexington i 10, a m, daily, ex Dr. rrunk olucinctty, sy Uie lm.ruri Nous. strong, upright hoofs. He does not eat Trains Nos. m and 14 run Sunday only between i'tit aiiRiiay suiniora jo p m lln MtU-s-. tliv Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps more than half ai much as the horse, is of his age. Auburn (Me.) Letter. hpcoia 1st In M. V. Cincinnati and Leainctuti, leaving Cincinnati at lie sure ckets read read tia N. N. to the nervous aystemantltiurvi-tlulilI) In in , and arrit in at Lexington at ia in I.ti Iii.Iuuk! Wlilio Hosting. not nearly so liable to disease and has Aniontr Ills nunu'rou dtscoiories the Co.,i:. Hoots, Shoes, Clothinjr. Hardware, a Lexington at 1 40 p. in. and arrive at Cincinnati at S. F. II MOKSK, O. P. A , Cincinnati, O Iteiitorulive Ncrvuio N iintloulitcHl.y one of the Tinware, Furniture and Lewis Colloui, n resident (if Norris-town- , KD'utc-s- i much more strength in proiortion to his 3JSP. m. It ih uiisurrmiiitil In nertoustifsi, Crocories, size. If treated kindly, too, we have unOn the.Maysville Uranch, No g. leaves Parts at desiring to re3t on tho lieaeh at 'lyllsta. li"o.lnjii. epilepsy, iie'iralgln. la"k Conoral Lino 8 eo, a m and No. 11, at 545, p m, arriving at iicliu, Iii ,t. sicupifs.r.i'ss. iliuntft-o-: nf. doubted authority for saying that ho Atlantic City, secured a las'go board etc. Crots Ties, &c. Matavilleat 10 ai, am, and 8 10, p m. No Fancy Candies. may lc h,td ot A It 10 Inul toltitii leaves Maysvillc at $.15 a m, arriving at Pans at Produce taken in exchange for goods. will prove him&elf thoroughly docile which ho drove into the wind. He than l'uiiny. lriiirifll. A.I All kinds of liN ' ttni 7 4. a in. No. 11 leaves Mavsvillc nt t m nn.l Livingston, Ky. ory oPi. Postoflicc, sat upon the ground nnl loaned his Stnrtluf t'utttjur t.r Afflic ft." a and as intelligent as n horse. arrives at Paris at 4 15, p m. These trams are Hull lliifly lllutltutud LuoU. 1'lcO to daily except Sunday. Again wo would urge on stock raisers weight upon the improvised chair back. all. 0 ruiuuall) Irom Loxinslon toCincinniti WEL.X.!!21 the importance of raising large mules The boaid shd and n ruity projecting A Vulunljlc IllHcovcry. No. 43 lea tea Lexington 10 00 am: arrites Paris Dr limit n Sorjunnl's llxir of youth may bo market. Wo believe thero is nail ran deep into Colloi.i's neck, inflictfor the 104,3.1m: except Sundav No 8 l(t n Cincinnati 5 to pm;arrh 4 Falmouth an JuilO 11 ith a Grand Hopon good money in it. The desired result ing a daugerous if not fatal wound. int etory one know that Dr Fruiklln Miles' Nv Henrt Curo cer7 to pm: except Sunday. cvP June Dance called at 8 30 slurp. Knday Cxchungu. tainly is. Ithusulven thousand aflllctt'il ttitlt till July 1st. can be obtained by brooding large sized No. 7lentes lalinouth 6 00 am; arrives Cincin- Reduced rates for board and cottages seriSus heart iltsviis a N W Loaso Of naii 755 am; except aunuay. mares to the largest jacks. It would be KATES. FOR llOAKD rKOM JtlA 1ST DrutrgUl!. "do e.in olm .vc t fTuce. on luimy In tiio S'Ulilns oumhi. rain rtotes rto. 1 runs dallv between l.emni.. .16 00 money in the iwekets of our fanners and spoak terv hlclily of It. ton and Cincinnati. No Per Week is the Cincinnati and Lexittt;lon. a runs ilmlt- - l.ritn ,. 1.00 Mr? . Brown I had to cool: that fish ai custoinor V'urywlien' KniKlitstown, 1ml uys Mr. John in or. of ' Day 50 stockmen if they had mules to do most "1 Imvp Mild tnu.'li of Dr. Mllet' Now Cine nd once as I was afraid it wouldn't keep. Nos 3 mid 6 raake connections at U'inrh.,1., ' Meal of their innn work and hauling, particO. Inr points on the N N A M V Ily Cottage Rent, per teBrown Gemvhiz! I'll go right down huvo rucoivea Nmi Yny kh1 lnr(te sales..Monro , Zo.OO u " Mnltn Ami of Dunkirk, . ularly in hilly and stony districts. An- to the market and give that man a piect IMPOKTANT -- Trains ol this line now arrlte ..3the best art of 11 Is every bottle li.tt iilwm Horses fed, per Week at and depart from the Central Union Passenger jo other good quality of tho long eared ani" Sold unil cuaraniootl by A. It. Ten I'.it of my mind. Station Cincinnati, making connections fcr all A L SPOON a.MOItr y, St.iulunl. Ky mal is that he is surer looted than the points North, Kast and Wctt. Mrs. Brown Hold on. my dear: it war Through tickets and baggage checked to any horse. the fish you caught yourwlf thia after destination reached by a railroad. A Hoon to WlVOB As a rule the mule, like moe-- t hybrids, noon. Harp' r'o Bazar. For full particulars address any agent ol the Co. Friend," I would not Hftviug tiled "Mother's or is unable to reproduce its land, but thore It is a boon to wtes who know be without or W I. MUNSON.Trav. Pas. Agt.. Cincinnati. pass through the painful ordeal they muI. It i", In (III- Weut. n I two or three instances on record in S. F. II. MOKSt, tien'l Pas'Kr At. childbirth. Mrs. C. Mel.ume. Iowa Wfur . aa B. furtlier which the feuialo mnk has given birth One Oec.- -, i V'u mpsxm, of Iowa, whe Kiuljtor Co , lAtlinta, Ua., 4 jafaP II K HUNTINGTON. Sold by all Druggist. . Mr. Timothy Dyer has at supirost'd tl.itt Siw Hamnshire was a particular at colt. tf. aafat Manager. prent a mare mule and colt on his part of tue I'nitotl States, went out DRUNKENNESS-TH- E IjIQUOK UAU made by the Lexington GFNKRAL OFF1CKS Tempting offers from hunting wh le u a visit to a relative in Wyoming ranch. In all tho World thore la hut one Roller Mills Co., Lexing- Chaml.er of Cumuli n e lluilding. Cuti .mull, O 011 curo, Dr. Hnlnoa" Golden Specific. ftak muteums have hot rejected by that state, not lost in the woods andand Mr. Djir, as he intends to laise the oolt. the night of Ju'.e 80 froae his ears It iaiibei;tvtn in a cup of tea or coffee without ton, Ky. sale by all lhe knotvleifJ;e cf the person taking it, effecting a being brown and toes. Detroit Free Proas. It i ipccdv and permanent cure, whether the patilit first-cla- ss r Grocers. white drinker or an alcoholic wreck. is a Ifo rr.zleil tliH Jourlor. Tnousands of drunkards hfcte been cured who JttAMIlOOPt LrJIHIiredlJS8 their A wool burring mnchino lots been Jeweler Want it set in a lace pinS have taken the Golden Specific iu believe coffee Don't fail to use Cream Pajjjjjn 11 1 I Vae".J vpuirnno MlBd, ii.ll 1 they 0' oy nl Ktfeeti knowledge, and without their OH MOMTHLV BICKNCSS in Australia, whence bo many It is an odd looking stone. Wlicro did buitdnuking of their own freewill. Iso inuiaor lounj. UTt guarif you want good etrstk.aHK4i.,viii)Tkb)ri(Diiiiiax8riurBoriiobr. GrATQHSW6i?TERM3lLLBtlM0ffllQ results from its administration. Cures valuable things come. This machine you get it? Aksslsl.lv aarsllfiir HOSJC TUKTaT-U.la attl Customer It was left this morning by anteed. Ssnd for circular and fall pattlculiirs Ad. Bread takes rll burrs and foreign matter out ikssi! Caa.trl.s. ,V" ", lenre GmnttN happy Cook. LXxriptl..7 (S"av, .ir.l.a.il...4"' r,,f. ss.lU41(i,il,S)frV!r .Irrc!l coafiCincinnati, O. SrKclFIC Co., 185 Jewelers' Circular, my iceman. Race Sirett. without injuring tho wool in the least. litress ERIE MBD j. J.TiTlTn" ALLEN - AYRE8 GIVENS, 101-y- c. T. : S&JtfjOXDGOS, The the mule brays so Li owing to n peculiar construction of bis larynx, the encycli)iedia says, which is quite satisfactory. Theso braying animals do not begin to be raised to the extent they might profitably bo in this country. The re.isan the mule i6 not lian Isomer is that his asinine ancestors have been half fed and cuffed and abused for age3 aud kept on scant food till they are uudersized. It is tmite possible that if the business of raising pure blooded donkeys wero pursued in this country with a view to the breeding of large sized mulca both the size and beauty of these long cared animals would bo increaeed. At any rate we think it would pay to make the exited tnont. recently In the illustration is seen imported Spanish jack that is really a graceful beast. The .true mule is a crow, between the jaok and the mare. In utilizing the mule southern farmers aro wiser than northern. The mule is In a 111;; Cltj. Curious contrasts frequently appear in the newspapers. There w.w a case in iwint a few days ago which h ..we 1 how it is iossihle for people in t!iu big city to starve while not very far away tot i is being thrown away lecauAe the market is hopelensly glutted. A a lumn of the newspaper is question was giv,n up tc the description of the of getting of bluefiah and the neces-it- y rid of thousands of fif.h for which there was no demand. In the uert column was a long story of attempts at murder by strikers who wore horn and hungry. Had th?y ben able to refresh themselves on t!i extra bluefish their attempts might have been muvfwfal. As it was they did not do a gitat deal of damag? uni the fish went to waste. New York Times, ie-u l'srhaps you arc run down, caa't eat, can't do anythl-- K sleep, can't thmk-c- an't T"r ou. Vm isfnction. aad you wonder what aito shonld heed the arnisx, yon are taking the rst Heed nert . let) into atrtous prostration. tonic and Elec trie Bitten yon will nn.l the e act stem to its remedy for reetorlHR your uurvtmi re.uha normal, healthy condition Nerve Tonic and Alterative lollow the use of thi appetite returns, pood digsjstion is reaioic.1 Your and the liter and Kidne) reaume healthy action Try a bottle Trice $0 cants at A R Penny pruf store. Tho Flrat Step DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Etuvlsy Til; 1 '' 4risi J" Jslr, a(ul btiietr cfslf saj TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. nl lhrr.ik.i In , to la. I, .mi an M . r. r,. ,, , .niklllf irr.li I r 'i.. H win. ..hi nun 11. tran.rril. r Djl'a. 1 n Wonh An. tin tin Ante i.a, 1.1 Yxm anj (., ,,,. in fhr .,.. OUR ILLUSTRATCD PAMPHLETS, lines sndyour rieunlon Tleksts will h ruralsbsd Tieket Acsat, or address t7 E B WHITCOM0, O P. A., DITS0.T, Mich., THE DETROIT & CLEVELAND STEAM NAV. CO. TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. I'or tl routh rales n.rrec t n apt and f information tall on A,(.nt at tun n n ( Kt oradd's HtlShW VH10M.H , . ....- ..!!' 'a Afl , I.esir.ton k- r- u nun- hi i, utVAUris Vice 11 c- I Preaiaent. Cinu rsii ? O P A T A.. c a omiii! It is surprising that peopK) IH ordinary psll when they can secure .. t tlun l I.ne Ya g.li sans a.oney Dr AcUrr Itahooe for the . e an.l -- 1' asile areapositive cure for ick hed-Iv tik, ! U.. tmnhUi Thct are snu'.. I'enny aad do aot ripo. For sate by A The Kmpetor of China sleeps on a bed of carved wootl uiacuiflcuntly inlaid with gold and ivory. It i said, concerning Chinese court, that the strictest observance of etiquette extends even to the parent of the monarch, who, on visiting their sou, dare not omit to bend the km e, while the yonuger brother of tho celestial majesty is subject to observances no loss ripid. A Duty to Yoursolf. i urn mi fiwf irirKstoSK:Jf a SHf S3KiilW)li 1 . fJ-remr-a- SW,' aBrJK1' c ICj, l llAiJrtCn . c A NEW FAST MAIL I k ' id LOUISVILLE lAaily, & to CINCINNATI Traveler, S.cuns THE MOST RAPID ROUTE tr neat hn,t ,m.lr,,)u,lTOll, ChHasjo. ......,points Ik.most coaUortal.le in ien r li.n. tweci I aitemptec) tsetween the smo .i.c) 1st itobliail a Tlti'Mtre 1 reaitury. la the complnnt of thousand, suffering Itoiu i etcrtr, couehs, etc. Did n, Xrk..: Knll.h Uemedv It is the lest pre! a Id on ara'tioa hnown fur all lun trout.les jr positive tfttarantae at 15c anil 50c oy . rt . Can't Sleop ttltrhts hyaj I . ( c 1 1, mfittn , li, , ... v t , I ... I aU Hi . .1 Sovth. -- r t- the ,.,1 Northwest. t .,m,,Mti f ih t,41, trunk haesisdr umi.t, I he I iissitr.l Is.re.s I he sops-rr..ll.n si r em,i. r 4II I n limited Cs loii ' Motion and Hick to M I yo waal save money and hare a 1 l.j... I I, It. - I ,,.,. Myjlin, j,i 1 1 m ) Joss fur I v.-a- lull inf rii. jti ill n or ilrc W. t. 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