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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890090201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r -- - - ?w-- " f - r rv Semi-Weekl- y Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1890. J. OTTLXII1 IMLR, New York. VOL.XVIII. M. NO. 53 T. II CARSOX, Cincinnati. J. HARRIS, Cr.ib Orchard, Ky HARRIS, OTTENHEIMER & CARSON Dealers in Improved , 9 REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Farms.Timber, Coal & Mineral Lands in the Southern States mi-onl- s Offices: Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky., and Xn, 21 Uroadway New York. for the purpose of transacting a General Land Business. Parties wishing to dispose of their Lands will do well to communicate with us, "iving Wc beg to inform the public that uc have formed a Wc will advertise extensively all lands that are placed in our hands for sale. ill description, price and terms. go tellns. Hefltitiful wonl, for it Burial of Gen. John Hunt Morgan. flu' following Imiutifiil lines wen: well with Mnruiiii'H immo. I will go of- awl I may fool your .itin'il fmm 11 iiHWHiwuipr lv Mr. J. IT on to your nliflB "Hnppy .lark," Just a(tor spirit thero, ami many moro will ko with Miller, ' Jet the cortege mov tli removal of the lnxly ol lion. .Morjitti j mi', Thtt tears that llow down tho ( ctiiutry, AVyeiits a0. on' It was ipnel "Howanr'HinI he thought rheoks from vyus not iis?il to woopliiK. I) llounnl Smith wrote it, hut that iron-- ' come from men who never wept in bat. t. email nltorwnrtls tokl him thnt Kobort tk. Let the hrnve wihliers weep over Yi klitlo Woolley was the author. M..1 their tloml chief twin. In all the laml of tho captive thoro is FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. t more wwretl than tint comotory 11 J. V. AilniuH soll to Inii StmrR :ts ul.n li the Viriiiian.s rail Hollywood. It tow-ainoiiutaiu ewes at It;. I ckH uKui the Jnme, which runs John Johnson bought of Terhune, the sen to miiiKle its waters am! ita glories with those of the Potomac. On of Mercer, 100 ewe.s at .UK?. Foil Salk. A nice lot of Fultz the lmnks of these two rivers therollrwl! Hy their jjur-- 1 wheat. Apply toi. M. Owuiis. of their nice. tl.e noiileat .1 J. K. Bruce taught of Christ Ador ., i ..1...0 tlw.r.. nn' ". .. ulliml llHttlT IIH'Il IMK Mil IV in those who live. In that hallowed 81 head of --Ml jwund hos at 3J. than li. T. Mcltoberts, Jr., sold to T. I, ur Hind heroes rest, who escaped the mule for $i:W. of the Appomat- - Shelton a honorable misfortune f' M (.iinniMmnr,, .nl.1 In C '! If.- were nsuuimni: their t ix. The trees cattle, new livery, the ms was prowinj:, a few ris2.thofldof 2 and rliwers were fatruusliutt to add their l,SMKittml8.t:ii. CRAB ORCHARD. rT. Itorn, to Mrs. 24th tilt., u jrirl. .1. A. New land, on the The little stranger ha not been named. I J. Will James and his excellent wife left Saturday uiitbt for their winter (ojourii In the South, which they will meant Punta Gorda, in which vicinity Mr. Ids business intereats are located. Dr. B. F. Zeller will occupy his elegant cot- 8 tage iliiriny his absence Rev. Mr. Stout, of Uiiicaster, has heull cnyiMHi bv the uupiibi t miren t to deliver two sermons a month, ono on .'""ji" tho 1st and one on the 'M Sunday. He is spoken of as beinj: oruditu and able, and both saint and sinner may find it profitable to listen to him next Lord's iIrv mornint!. pike. miles In. in Mr. Charley Stivers and family, con- - begins with Columbus' torchlight pro- to furnish 7 any kind .fStanford and am prepared I.lWIllKK, MUNOLES. Isistins; of wife, son and three handsome cession on Guanahaui and winds up Al at LOWEbl I'KICKi will sell the the mill or drlner, to suit pi r.haers. Gic dnuuhters, have moved here from Som- - with the latest "oetto" of the Hatflelds me trial I'etol!i e, MAYWOIJD, K.Y l Tmt'1 tho A II DASTIN. ,r0wrI,y and McCoys. Those who have seen the on bpritiKS avenue. Mr. .Savers by advance sheets of the work have sold a luml)orman ami owns an ex- - their farms, their furniture and plates, Jockoy Miirphv's drunken caper Is profession FOR SALE A! a beauty to the holy scene, and, while , tensive tract. of ttmlwr in . Iwistern ken- .- ready to taken canvasser's outfit, uud the . . . wtn said ) have cost his admirers a iiuaiteri , spring was leaping from. tho lap ol... : . .. . ...mi-.- .. f iuiiiimuiiirB nun iinuiK luiuru gaping world waits expectantly for the On account of continued bad Ili I desire to ttr. all that rottmineu oi ine most miror u. ............ ......m. l n. vonn- - In. graphic farm ol 32 j Acres of -- J. I). Johnson's dwelling house in .UO mnrtnbl" and thrilling narrative which is sell priately my in a tint.' state ot fertility was taken fiom land at abargain, ould Miuiwmiiiiiwii) dies Mill be quite an nterestuis: addition to lay in the shade tho lesearches of sell aoo acres ith improvements. Location one ftsn.il.lo society to be returned to the Boyle, burned, the family barely mile south of Stanford, and the lajing of the farm 0 Gibbon, the eloquent periods of Macau-la- is superb. There are all of the necessary imMate that bore him. If Virvinians re- -' uiK with their iivos; loss i,.ou. including a uv iti, w; iui i4Jtitif and the exhaustive tomes of Ban- provements, hall, a large frame dwelling ot rive The Richmond Register says Col. ' rooms and see such a superb monument basement barn, and all urt 1 in training five promising young racers, croft For further information, apply to buildings new id from the holv city, let them ro- - Chennnlt sold l.KK) bushels of wheat to anions: which are Dud Wallin's "dipt. UO0T. McALISTEll, Stanford Mr. It. Kennedy, master of train?, consolation from the rerlection the Bonn nia Mills nt 03 cents. i Welch," John Holmes' "Sliding Jennie" was up from Rusbcllville in the early Belmont's colt Richmond won thoi tt. it there are still sleephiK there, in eiand ids own "Ksie Mayher" (named for part of the week to see his home folks. U nt graves, lieroes sufficient to till the Futurity Stakes, $70,000, at Coney Island, an old sweetheart), made a trial of their Mrs. A. W. Montgomery is entertaining We offer for sale pnBiely our firm known as history of twentv nations with examples 0 furlongs. In 1. 1U; Mashor 2d, Strath speed Saturday on tho course, at her picturesque country homo the the Gorge place, l mile from Iluton-ville- , month &1. on the LilMjrty pike, lontainuit; 43 acre, win. h ere lone may un:e the cnitlres to and he declares tlmt they will eclipse MigsM 0wg, good uoelliug of 6 ro. ms and well watered Call o Danville. Mr. DftVid F W. Lee sold this week to James bn ak the chains that bind them ami anything of Uieir ago in Contml Ken- - Nett land and" little son nro visiting rehv on or address us at Hintcnillu, Ky Spilman 100 Tennessee owes at S3.TS tier JOHN ELLIS. strike once moro for freedom. lucky. Hewillleavefor the Somerset tjvyaiu Jtoow cmuUv MARY ELLIS Mr clareuwj toiluy head and 1)1 to J. Bonta and l to J. W. fair - tho solemn cortege moves the ,th uiklm; with him "Kssio iUnJlllt the McAfee at same figure. Advocate. amateur painter, i liitu-.-itthe aliadow of Clay's inouu-it.inMayher and "dipt. Welch, both of from nliri101.ivm,. h..ltine to The wheat receipts for tho yoar just vvhi.-and by the ravo where Hanson Scott hopw to bring back wearing ,multifv gome of tho 8uburban residonccs boily of the closed at MimieaMlis were i:i,:H:i,W.M) H.itps, bearing the dead I desira to sell my larm of ahout no acres, situ the ribbons. latelv erected bv boomers. Dr. W. miles north of Stanford kniglitliest horsemun who over drew bushels and the output of Hour (1,714,-a- v -- n. 11. nromiue.li onuL-Il- l UUS week OI u 1,ennv ml Ci theCarso of Stanford, ated aboutnch piVe. opposite the old church. on the There c Imrrels. " toptsrd hlsown and his counaw.ir-are about 50 acres In wheat and rye; the balance Various iHirilWS ill I IIiaSKl 7,ri fucililiL' liO" jn (owu ;aturtl3y K05elppins and of the farm well sot in timothy Good dwellinff w(rc Statistics show that the cotton crop try s honor, braver than all men, more , of four rooms and kitchen anil a splendid new avernsing l.K) lKllindsatcJ.'iopercWt.; ,,w, eidS., Mrs. JohU born: i v.ell watered and fenced. can than brave, moro merciful than this year is thu greatest ever produced SOOfllohimnltlce I reeling ewes be gi.cn immediately. For par..cular...eu j. P. M, hl owmau aml ho followed by men who hail oft- ami that the growers are less i:i debt at to Stanford, or write the undersigned at lley, e. withers. are the ', lieiul. Morris Harris boueht two winsome vouugstors,L.,.... guests ' Cincinnati, Ohio. en befoie followed him where danger than at any time for 25 years. Thursday of T. Mc. llolincm ll head of f ,, T ,, t; . .. .. A. T. Nuiiuelley shipped to Cincinut .tii u, it, onjwiirji uii ii ij3 incuut;. thoughts will arise in tho was, curioiH fmling hogs, averting !M pounds, at Mrg u,,ja Llv .A SPLENDID ig at her allm of hogs, for minds of Keiituckittus, there: Why Is nati Saturday n ... ,r nnnrM .. w , Debauti ;..o0 per cwt. f. tlllnelley bought 30 to J. and a this man dead? Flattered by nature which he paid 3 01 k. 11. isronaugn last weeK i.t neaii ot n,ul daughter, of Perrvville, have re- .,- with every (trace to adorn his peison, of heifers that cost him 2 to 2j. feeding pounds, at ' avenu; ng AT PRIVATE SALE W. S. Brewer bought of various pnr- turned home from a weeks visit to Mrf. manhood with the power to charm alike ?.5 2.r) jiorcwt., to bedehvered Seiitomberi ... ,T . m. ties, 100 fat hogs for immediate delivery , John I. Lynn, the pot To cloc a partners! ip ', v. too hih no private sale our and beauty no rank loth, unnel ey a so bought of drove nlfip ilrilimiiiir ..., !' irmof in r .. .. ,.... no place in which he at $:l.35 to $3..V). W. T. Robinson bought Kennedy a yoke of cattle and a bunch of ,.,,. ... ...... aaw. , line ... fntvn tlna .,v. too tefiued 2A0 head of feeding hogs, weighing from Mr. Gallatin Bobbitt, who for several would not have been an ornament why Nearly Five Hundred Acres, fat hogs at ?:?.o0, years has been making his home in the lift to 10 pounds at 3 ceute. Harrodswas this man killed? Wore there Mrs. Pollard, wife of P. T. Pollard, Near Mooreswlle Washington tounty. far West, arrived Friday to visit his old who jtuhletl foroiu repiments burg Democrat. died Thursday of tumor of tho heart, Kentucky home. Kev. S. M. Tudor, of This Farm is situated on the lutnptk leading Salvator has proven himself the Virjilnin, to ttcnws the State to pillage Willi WHICH SUU IU13 OUCH aiUICieil lor ,. ... from More.ville tuChanlin and . nhi .0 m,l," ...1 ..... mx ' ' from Springfield 7 m.les from llloomnejd S uule. " lU"" li.urder Hanson, Sidney Johnston and fastest horse in the world. At Mon- Several tllOIlths, lllld the bursting Of titll. a depot on . Mnrjian" Perhaps It is well they are mouth Park last week he run a mile in WHICH IS supposed, to ,IiaVO CailSOU ,h.Her Of I.arbOUrVlllO, Were gliestS at Mr. I), from Valley and hpnncneUI, the about anbetween . Ilardstown and hour's IJ. hdiniston s one day this week. Airs. run from Loimv.ii.unheard of time of I.IBJ, the quick- . . .. ThLre ....I. th. Farm . ,rnA dead, but remember there was no price the iieatn. Mie was an exemplary wile, a .,,. , f ,hc b"'la'"K3 seconds over made.. Of course c,.ff ' Jeimthv visit to "m,ortable "eu' of 'ro01'"' or so ' br,cUl h.V,ns bur?f " yvar upon their swords. HIrIi rank did not est by good christian and a most excellent ladv. :. " . , ,. , as?' 4nd a" I3IUI11; liui i.illiui. .111. win this fast animal is a Iveutuckinn. iuhu .IIIUUMIK9, .uiuuuu.' ui siaoies, ht..uij lliuui, la allure their virtue, nor did bribes Hesidcs a husband and several children, corn cribs, (rranar), smoke house, buggy house. Tate iV Catron sold the past week to Ward. Judge A. M. K.'bert left this poultry house and yard and to large tobacco their arms to enslave their State. Army three brothers nnd otio sister are loft to week for Pineville, where he t!OOS to "kXni timothv and elowr nnd hat a hmintifiilblue " good portion of this Mud is in cut,. foreign scheme (ins McCormick, of Lincoln county, ."" I r.mmissions covering a mourn her loss, among whom is Mr. Joe A Wilwater, well distributed in"r of Of h. ewes at per head; to Reed . JoiieS, ply look after tllO drug trade the to pillage, were spurned as gentlemen Severance, of Stanford. Her remains different pastures and fieldv, and the v. hole is in a .. son, of Shelby county, 2i:t ewes at f'2.05 a month S vacation. R. II. good state of cultu atiou In short, it is a hiirhlv IS dishonor. Better that they have spurn wore interred in the family lot on the per head; to A. Wolf a lot of butcher catllronaugh, the prince of the East End II it lived to see the disgrace of the coun hill, after some appropriate remarks by 8t0ck traders, is back flOUl Plllaski, an incontrovertible fact that Washintou couut so well. By tle at Scents. They bought 150 head of Rev. M. C. Morgan. To try they loved and served the laudshae been selling as to per cent, cheaper Where he bought several lots Of llOgS nnd than lands of a like character 50 any other part of in the oid of Kentuckians a false Virginian mare mule colts at $.0 to $'' per head; family may consolation come from Rh(tt, the and due to of Win. Catron at ?70, urs.d. II. MICker IS ISIlinL,.nr, the State,tllat thethis has undoubtedly beenrailroad fa);, county has been without now domineers over once free Kentucky. yearling mules Him Who knoweth the sorrows of all. 'J J to :i cts. until the past to years. No county in besides many lots of cattle at Miss Minnie uciinie. Carter, at Turnersvillo. The voic of eloquence is softened into a the State raises finer horses, cattle, A chance acquaintance, some KlllOtt, accompanied by Master John sralnor tobacco Our Mile reason for offering to tvl.ineofcomnlalnt. Tones of delinnce, Somerset Reporter. smiles and tender glances, a sub- and Miss Hallio Elmiston, returned to w th,s fa.rm ,s to cioe our partnership, and to a man wanting good land, well located, at a low are hushed into a whisper of cowardice. CHURCH AFFAIRS. sequent meeting, an ardent courtship in Kirksville Monday. Mrs, l III tiuiiea price aim- on guou terms, uv win sen ine tntupesi . ...v Timid men sit in high places with too irluriu .in rtcuiucKy.. .o tisciu l'u ,,... anu .you .1. est, parlors and under moon- and son, James, of Buckeye, were guests ,av k. wheII ou see th.s land. To part.e. ho --The W. C. T. l denies ollicially much seltlshness to addicate anil too lit boughs, n vow, a ring, tho merry tin- of Mrs. W. ft. Dilliou this week Mrs. mt?ht uint hit l.lni! u uill .i thai it is wiic. an. W itll Jo.lb's it will amalgamate with the Salvation tibTe llttl.. ,.mirnfi to CXCCUtO. aud wn sell to tinnabulations of a marriage so runs Jennie Durch, of Pineville, has returned Call of divisionthe place will address suit purchaser. o on us on m at Moures-tor timid men counsel Army. friendship these a c ,v JOHN tavlor "" Ky" " of a little romance, which the current her mountain lio.ne, after a two weeks' Klder W. C. Holton, aged SK, and those who obeyed Johnston. Breckinwas terminated yesterday morning when Misses Hardin. ridge, Buckner, Hanson and Morgan, for 50 years pastor of the Beazley Chris- Mr. F. Arthur Zoller and Miss Katie visit to the ABlus-G-rassPar- m ashamed of the tian church, Mason county, ts dead. to confess that they nro Attention Democrats. James drove to the depot and took the The General Association of Separate north-bouling they followed. Ashamed of what? express for Louisville, The democrats ol Lincoln county are Baptists of Kentucky nave established nnd humiliating The fact of defeat where the ceremony which made them requested to meet at their respective vot- Wishing ta uit 'farming, I will offer foi on But ashamed of an organ at Liberty to bo known as the is admitted. the premise, on husband nnd wife was performed in the ing precincts promptly at 2 o'clock i m. Ashamed that we refused to act Old Kentucky Baptist. J. A. Brown is parlors of the Alexander Hotel, nt t) on Saturday, Sept. 0, lSHO, and elect a what Oct. 1890, with dishonor? Refused to aid foreign- editor. same inoruiug, in the pres- chairman and secretary and when thus Wo ought to be a good people if we o'clock the own people? Ashammore traits, my In one in Lincoln Lo., ers to conquer our ence of the guesst, Miss Nannie Kennedy organized elect by fair count a, sound situated ornear tne uanwue larmitutouu;e turnv ed because briberi could not allure nor are not. Certainly we have preaching aud Mr. W. A. Drooks acting as attend- democrat as precinct coiniuitte'eman. pike J' milt- from Shelby City, and tontaiuii. danger intimidate? Never! Never! Nev- enough to make us so. Be v. Ben Helm ants. Only a few weeks ago Mr. Zeller Done by order of the State Central ComAbout Acres. er1 Never, by tho glories of Stonewall has decided to follow up communion purchased a drug store in Nobles ville, mittee. T D. Newland, I can say without hesitation that this is naturaland of Lee! Never, by the services with n meeting to last at least 1ml., aud went thither, but Hoosierdom Jackson Chairnian of Lincoln Countv. ly one ol the best bodies of land in the county, judhaiug been "nursed'' for o years, is in grand and picturesque death of Sidney till Friday night and In which ho will bo was anything but pleasant, with his fan Ilau-soto produce the heaiiest of cere- -l crops, assisted by Rev. W. I). Hedleston. Cougresstnan Mills, who has return- while its Johnstone! Never, by tho ashes of capacity it unsurpassed cy ever wandering to the girl ho left behind and Morgan; never, by the untar- Preaching at 10:30 this morning and 7:;0 him in Old Kentucky. So ho returned ed from a stumping tour of Illinois, says aud eeiicrally known as30 stub in the neighboracn imw under hood. There are but The night services will bo tuuoth the bulancc all xt in nished sword of Breckinridge will we tho democrats are certain to carry the watered by creek and and closer Is v. Hag held eac' night, but it will depend Inst week, ostensibly to visit his parents, Legislature, and that Gen. Palmer will that wo are ashamed of tho coufess uprinjs. TUt fencing has all btt-- re t attended, as we see, with an incident somewhat 011 tho attendance if the but S. Senator from that within the last it months and every field anil paswo followed. modern of n livelier Mature. There woro no ob- bo tho next U. ture has water in it The dwelling H r...t the cortege move on with its dust. morning service is continued after totwo story frame of 8 moms, vith hill, pai.trv, jections to the marriage being solemniz- State. ell porches and tw. m , day. vah room, front and The body was killed in war, but I defy mem llierf arc two Sunday-Schoo- l Teacher (in Kentucky:) dry cellar rooms room (or 50 head of stuck, st k Tho 23th annual convention of tho ed here. A romantic taste and Mr. stable and shed conqueror to suppress tho name that the luunodiato return to Noblesville Johnny, how did tho forbidden fruit scales wheat riii txl shop, poulir h'ni.c, ri wr will tell Kentucky Sunday School Union closed h r larnagf pit, rises from tho gravo. Tradition Georgetown after a three days' session caused the couple to select Louisville as cause the fall of man? Johnny: Thoy good 3Com cribs, and nvery the'- milsmall Ir tw . mi .irict ol orchards i..rtt i titnl orii( iti at win perpuuuuw , .n Hit historv Large their Grotna Groen. Miss James, the made it inter brandy. Now York Her- tenant house of 5 or 6 rmills lu' n si. '1 with 272 delegates present. (i d hy 3mI churches 'fflwueteet "music will pour forth its glory crowds have been in attendance nt every bride, is the youngest daughter of tho ' , ol m ald. ...1 I.. tl.n the same time will alsu sU At f l.ll.l mm in ihu cattle, unit. Loiwistlnif of and from the lips Ol Cimurcu, meeting, and great interest has been late George W. James, and in addition sluff; alto my entire butcher Col. Wantrox "Evelyn, my daughter, feeble nttera'neo of age. Tho knight- manifested. It was one of the most suc- to her many gtaces and accomplish HERD OK TOLLED ANGUS CA11I.F I thought you said Charley Tynlack wjs will bo tho tlrst picturo ly horseman Thirty head, from aged animal down t. su.k cessful conventions in the history of the ments, possesses quite n liberal fortune. One The are which tho father will paint for his boy organization, nnd great good has been Mr. teller, besides being as handsome eurrouuded by wealth." Evolyn "So lings.work mules, "daisies," and old saddle Siding; pair manHe's janitor iu a saddle mare by Second Jewel; a yearling stud he is, sometimes. and tho strongest uxamnlo to urgo e accomplished. An invitation was ex- as Apollo, is a young man of lino colls by Ilamlei; 4 choice brood marcs with colts bank." good hood to honorable action. by llasnOird aid Imp London; tact and boasts of a world of friends, n tended from Shelbyvillo for tho convenFriend of my youth, is head of stock hogs, all the crops, farming Farewell! "Aro tho winters warm in Arkana lot of plunder tion to meet there next year, which was all of whom, uml foremost among them In life, bravo, gonorous, inerciful Term liberal and made known on day ol sale. accepted. Miss Mamio Huber was re your correspondent, wish him and his sas?" "I am not sure, but they always Capt T D English, Auctioneer rnmrade. farewell. Upon the turf that- olected secretary. J.WSIIELDY d humorwinsome bride the cujoytueut of tho fat have Hot Springs l" covers you, fair hands will strew nt-rrl ao-Iii- - of t he land, coupled with an eternity of MS. G. givkns frank maiiimon. bliss. Mr. Zeller and wife will not re- nTVFNQ G. IUIU1UU.U1X. L xiX Z TiTlWTLTnTJ All persons that know themiUves Indebted to turn to Crab Orchard, butiro nt once to the T)U Kier, White 'ak .V Garrard County Nobles vi He to make their home. REAL ESTATE. Turnpike for subscription, or as )ondsmeti or for toll, will come forward and settle without coins t --The galvanic battery at J. It. Hni-- 1 - tho expi-nt- f of a uit 'Ihis liusuiew must be settled at once. ley'oisthe latest thinjr in town; and C M. SPQilXAMQRE, President. 44 enoiijth electricitv has been shot along Town Lots. Coal iron and iimt.-- r Lind bought or W u Commission, Correspondence tho slender bncklones of our dudes alsauted ioir reudj to kill 100 Kommlors, if condens- - ' . and so applied Houss and Lei al Crib Orchard For Sale. Lot on Main Street in Stanford Disrejranllnir that fatuous epigram of Containing i acres. Pope s, "One science only will one eav A Home and Lot, consisting of i Acres, located at Crab Orchard. ky , and known as the Sla- - Tcrn" "" T R W A LTO.V, Stanford. us fit, loiitaine Fox Iiobhitt. whose vws property, one llloik from Depot Thehouso career us a politician has made contain. s,x .parous room., one lattice porch, one,,... ,.., HARRY A. EVANs, , i?P'" ",rch '".1, ponuo itb ail necessary outtl!a v " uwuiuhuicui, DiiiKiingi. i,jii oner aiiart u n. r.uniutou, has Bone to ids eremitic cell and ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, C"VJrChard' Ky''sAMrVLTi.Ti'RKi I), voice cometh therefrom which sayeth! STANFORD, KY that he is writing a history of the United TW.'fffir Engineering; and Surveying in Mates, which will he hurled nt humaniI have finished m all branches. mSaw Mill on the Somer-ty and posterity some time in March. I1 j J NOTICE. j piIlevHle, Kentucky. FOR SALE! io .,. !l ". .i..,..i0. ' 1 T SAW MIL1. et 1 lum-ber- , A For Sale J? II I 43-- t) ; . !....,. "l' . ,.. Twenty Building Lots In the corporate limits of Rowland. ttU SAW lilue-yras- J DARST, Rowland. s NEWCOMB well-kno- j i ( 1 ro-in.- '.. MT. VERNON, KY. HOTEL. y 1111.-- ! 43-i- . ( FARM FOR, SALE. FAHM FOB SAX.E And-rctf This old and Hotel;,, .till maintain mg its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe-ctattention to the traveling public. M. P NEWCOMn, pr0p.t Mt. Vernon, Ky. . half-mil- e AtSV. Hubble; w-"n' Ky ' Itha... t0UB,y Ca" on or addfe A. HEBBivr. ME.VEFEB. t. ,,. 1 f.r Farm For Sale. 1 THE F. EILEY B. HOUSE, Kentucky. i 4. .1 London, JL RILET, Proprietor, - - Ill-- 1 jwii-rm- if. cent-ruiis, .,.,. pri&0an,e:erm,o 23&th?fi$S FRANK RII.EV. -- tl-' -l ,,,.,,; ,r,i I ' C. A. BENEDICT & CO., car-loa- d Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, TA.VFORD, KY. factory car-loa- d so-ui-- ty ..11, fMW9,SMnH,.INFASK we.-tfera- ,..,.,,, XT? " ot5"d P"mp, furm.hed at -- t WELI Call on or a Idres BORXJTG. meat Kentucky. Ken-tiukia- - At One Dollar a Foot. L. T SMITH. ' .... ..... ."" -- ' j4U - . '" - THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, N iit.-i.-B- Proprietor ! 3-- r0 ,..,., -- neer-lailili- VlrJo'yVTxi blue-gras- Hlnl tt, Kcnt,lcl-- ' h better reputation, proprietor ts determined that shall be maintained. grief-stricke- n .'? He has recently ac'Jed to its appointment. Pool and Billiarci;Parlora -- hat-liftiu- g, s. Also A First-Clas- s Livery To accommoda'e the demands of In, increased Stable oaken-panel- ed -t ." 1 11 I m,a:;,anhe"Ut' $50 HEWiSLRD! s - 1 ,clrPoar,yUew,ard0JK'ft' I)olllrs f" any unauthorued "ifwiaa. person nd con-que- st iron sale. Found Cutting Timber or Damaging any Improvements On tho following property: The larm, ?t Highland known as V A rim Hutch.con, George Ilaugh's. IJa.tin Cash's, Heirs' 11 ' Wednesday, - I, 300 At Cox s (,a- p- . Hutchisons 40 acre farm. I rceman and K ISarren's timber tracts on Iluck Creek. 307 acre,, John Turnbulls. jtjjcres. lohn ucnanans, 3oj acres, .M.J. Harris, acres. 11. Powers . too acres John Anderson's, t4 acrw, S ash Harm1 j,7 acres. Freeman's, goo acres t 1 RoMnson Mill tract, farin' on I Town's farm, Uryant li ry Miller's ayo mn-dlti- n ng cu'ti-valio- n, acre-Hit n Miller ,, btcrhen Hurh's. 3, res. n 11 '.L. ...?: ' M' 'e- l tUge ncar deP lit6 Cotugt anoSt rehouse at aOtten- Cb Orchard, Hotel, udi, J Ol 1INHFI.MER. . 1 , (j,"'e 5o actus, Hen! t. Mue-Kra- i fin Agent for Owners. never-faili- ng .( .el-lei- 's lat 'ii-- ... ", 1 -- -- I iu.m 1 . c 1 - J. T. STJTTOIT A CO., HUSTONVILLE, KY. Are still In the butlness and ready to do anything in the Undertaking line. We have a full stock of Cases and Caskets ot all kinds and Robe of every description Our heatse, which is new can be obtained on short notice Mr. nearly I a Green has charge otpur business and will gn0J ourgoods to any one needing: ati)tlunj; in our i 1 1 busi-ucs- mill.-colt- com-ninlo- utcn-siUa- J 46-t- AiA ijj f t Vi'? 5'iKfr- - n .i' f Semi-Week- ly Interior journal Ky , SEI'TEMnER SANFORD, A cowardly murder, a highway robThe Iiig stone G.ip Herald, which Mr. exbery nnd a suicide were Cincinnati's SatJ. S. Grimes, Jr., has made such an accomplished urday's record of larger crimes. cellent paper, ha?, it says, Col. Thoms O. Jones, consul genbirth, and accordingly 2, 1800 the object of its eral at Fnnchal, Madeira Islands, has suspended. been succeeded by J. F. Hoaley, of MinNEWS CONDENSED Still Ahead of Them All." j j W. F. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Convicts, nesota. Mr. Carlisle's motion to put wool on tile free list was defeated, aftur excellent speeches by Senator Daniels and others favoring it. Mr. Blaine's Waterville speoh has buried foiever the idiotic theory that the United States can prosper upon an ex- iiusiuiv uuiiie uuiiKi-i-. St. Imis has taken from 15oton the JAMES 15. 3ICCREARY. Pine-vill- P-- Gov. J. Fkoctok Knott passed back to e Lebanon Sunday, from a visit to busines-sHe was very on legal enthusiastic over the wonderful natural wealth oi the region he visited and thinks development has hardly commenced. Gov. Kuott is one of the brainiest men in Kentucky and ouuht to be made the presiding olHcor of the constitutional convention. He is prominently spoken of for the position, but he has made no effort whatever to secure it, believing that the high and honorable place should seek the man. He would, however, esteem it an o lcr to preside over the body, which will bo composed in large part of master minds. The governor is for confining the legislature to making laws of a general nature and limiting the time for its sessions; for abolishing the superior court anil increasing the number of appellate judges, who shall be elected from the entire State, and for some changes in the circuit and county courts. He does not think that many radical changes of the present organic law are necessary and is son. Accordiug to the census report the satisfied that the convention can complete county indebtedness of Kentucky is its labors in 60 days. of 11 per cent oince 479,077, a decrease Col. Clarksox, first assistant post- 1SS0. master general, has stepped down and who murMcCarthy, the out, because, as he alleges, he has no dered one man and wounded two othors He claims to a week ago, has been captured near Cintaste for have accepted the office unwillingly and cinnati. that his relations with Wanamakur aud William Walters, a nei;ro, murdored the president are of the most agreeable E. E. Parker, at Mayview, Mo., and on nature. Clarkson is the most intense confessing was takeu by a mob ami partisan that has been connected with hanged. the administration. He is a firm believA monument to the memory of Dr. er in the doctrine that to the victors be- .Morris, the eminent poet laureate of long the spoils and he has cut off the ofwill be unveiled at I,aCt range, with ficial heads of 4th class :W. Sent. n recklessness born of that conviction. In The House has passod the bill to the hs months that he has been in olllce, make S hours a days work for all laborers he has turned out 20,375 democrats and for the government a pure piece of given their places to republicans, in ad- demagogy. dition to appointing o.OtiO others to ofJohn White, ;W, and Miss Julia fice. Themateiial has nearly run out Dutton, 70, were married in Philadeland the great headsman retires with the phia, a reversal of the usual application proud consciousness of having smashed of May and December. all records iu his line. The prohibitionists as a party are deand they will soon be The Indiana tate Convention, which creasing rapidly, greenbackers and mugwas composed of l.Ooo delegates aud pre- numbered with Republican. sided over by Gov. Gray, was a remark- wumps. Somerset The Orphan P.rigudo will holds its ably harmonious body and did its work at Lawrenceburg, promptly and well. A leading farmer 9th Col. E. Polk Johnson will respond heads the ticket for secretary, while a wolcoming address. editor is the nominee for to Mr. Dickers' The Ninth district democratic con auditor. The l est of the ticket is coma candidate for Conposed of good men, and there arc every vention to nominate Catlettsburg Sept. gress, will be hold at indication that they will be elected. The it are to be chosen platform is the lengthiest ever adopted 19. Delegates to It takes a Sept. 1:5. and is sound to the core. The alliance convention at Grayson, hits centre every crack at creation and a candidate for time. The Indiana democrats are evi- called to nominate adjourned without doing so, Con- dently not struck on their having cap citizen, Mr. Harrison, whose methods gressman Poynter's friends tured it. and administration are joundly denounSam Seanlan, the cowardly wUe ced. murderer, of Louisville, escaped from The Wheelers in the First Congres- the Anchorage asylum, whither he had sional district, after several days' wran- been sent for lunacy, which now appears gle, adjourned without making n nomiwas only feigned. nation, but instead prepared a declaraThe democratic committee in the tion of their principles for presentation 7th district has decided to declare Col. .Should W. C. P. Breckinridge tho candidate for to the democratic candidates. none of them endorse the "principles" Congress, provided there ;s no other anthen another convention is to be called nounced candidate by Sept. 15. and a candidate named. The Wheelers, William Mitchell, whom Randolph like the grangers, may make themselveB Petry shot at Corhin, having died, Ranfelt for a while, but like the prohibi- dolph, who had been held in $1,000 tionists, greenbackers and such, they bond, was rearrested at Mt. Vernon and There can taken to the Williamsburg jail. will be of short duration. never be but two gieat parties in this Gov. McCreary, who has been acting country. chairman of the National Congressional Committee, has information from CaliCoi.. Bennett II. Youxo has issued a fornia that the democrats aro almost sure valuable little book entitled "Constituto elect four members from that State. tions of Kentucky aud Their History," sheriff, Roger Williams, which ought to be in the hands of every was sentenced to lvo years in the penione of the delegates to the convention, tentiary, at Middlesboro, for killing a that meets next Monday. Col. Young man by tho name of Dickorson. Wilhas given the question of constitution-makinliams shot the man, who was considered much thought and he will no a dangerous character, in self defense, doubt prove one of the most ellicient and while attempting to arrest him. members of the body. A Baptist deacon at Gainesville, Tex., W. F. Neat He who asked one of the sisters to kiss him, Bully for has been voting with the republicans at the same time trying to encircle her ever since Lincoln's time, but that party waist, got beat over the head with a has gotten too much for him. Ho is dis- chair by her and punished severely. TiiO gusted with its pension profligacy and poor fool ought to have known that it is other raids upon the treasury and in a mighty little fun trying to kiss an unletter to tho Columbia Spectator he says willing woman, oven if she doesn't raise he can't stand it any longer. He voted a row. ' for Longmoor at tho late election and Otto Lenth and Brocky Smith were in the fu- worked offin fino stylo Friday morning will voto with tho democrats Leuth, after in the Ohio penitentiary. ture. telling the hangman to do his business Clbvela.viiV name continues to be right, cried out "all right, let her go" the signal for tremendous outbursts of and ho went. His neck was broken and applause in all democratic gatherings, death was instantaneous, j Smith said which shows how near he is to the pop- "I done tho crime ami I hope God will ular heart. In the Indiana, Ohio and forgive me. Good-by- e all." His neck Wisconsin conventions tho delegates va3 also broken. fairly went wild every time his name Judgo Lilly, on adjourning court, was pronounced. made an order transferring all tho cases The Nelson Record has been perma- to Clark County. The outlaws aro in and despair as Judge Morton, in whose disnently enlarged to a a new head dress, trict Clark county is, has tho honor of has treated itself to vhichls very becoming. Editor Morris hanging more criminals than any other judge in Kentucky. Tho prisoners will is making the llecord a capital paperand bo taken to Winchester by tho Boldiers. fully merits tho strong patronage ho ap Thero aro so many of them that some pears to bo receiving. trouble is feared in getting them across Miles Ogle, tho king of counterfeiters, the mountains, but thero is no doubt of their being conducted safely. J9 in jail at Cincinnati. . 1 100-mile After several rows and one fight, tho House ilnally passed the Lard bill l'Jfl to 31. The Senate, by a voto of 81 to 13, Saturday, refused to put salt on the free list. Miss Eva Stillinus has been appoint ed postmaster at Raccoon Rend, Laurel county. Mayor Jacob has returned to Louisville after a trip around the world made in three months. During the past year 5,470 members of the Grand Army died, out of a total membership of 40y,5t"J. Editor C. C.Oivens, of Owensboro, has withdrawn from the raco for Congress in the 2d district. Tho Chesapeake & Ohio earnings for the year just closed were 57,101,000, of which SI, 700,000 was net. Van Wagoner won the race at Buffalo, X. Y., in 7 hours, 'Srt minutes and breaking the record. Goodnight will in all probability be renominated for Congress in the :id by the convention which meets on the 4th. Henrv Manz, of Chattanooga, Jhas just had to pay his niece, whom he seduced, $10,000 in addition to S007 costs. Enocks was nominated for Congress iu the Gallipolis, O., district on the 447th ballot, defeating Grosvenor and Thomple Mightier and more majestic than ever, the pSimtat create of 119,000 in 10 years.' Roy wiikes was sent at independ- ence, iowa, to beat his record of 2:09, sat- - ' urday,whenhen,adeamiiein2:os, farm-li-'0- oillce-holdi- ng. Ma-fconr- post-maste- rs ! y pronimt mo government ing anv product of convict labor or the employment of any convicts on pub lie works. A mob at Morriltown, Ark., on assaulted a union labor imrty orator, who had just arrived by train to address u political mooting near that place and also beat into insensibility George Small, who was in the orator's company, Cnpt. E. II. Gaither, with his detachment of State troops, who Imve btiu doing such effective woik in connection with Judge Lilly's court in Perry conn-Vini'lw"tMr Similiiv tv " with 10 prisoners. Of these, 12 are leadlo facing members af tho tions aud promiuently connected with the murderous fights that have terror)?, ed that section tor several years past. Sal-urday iere j0r, Thc interests of ourselves and the public arc identical. IJ e aheeli"7 ou' w Fallbusiiicss with renewed energy and, confidence that our 'ni- . , , , , , , . i i i Willi' rutins iu piv (mb uiir uiiiiuita uu i;ii i uu aiu uc.sl culu,u.s uiui uuiiii' seroi .i.i. Oaruthius annoutu- - vice will be as tally appreciated in ike -- Hon. AsherG. Jutuvc as' in the past. September is en inmscii a canuiuaie lor iccuuu in a mercantile month, you hnow, and it begun Monday. Every day from the Louisville district and the Courier- be busier. Recollect the reason, of our fiaving the wfiii) and reins in is to Journal says the indications are that hu hand over all other concerns hereabouts. House up f Watte up! and he will be returned by an approving con alive to the grand offers we are making now in new and. seasonable goods stituency. Tho Houso win displayed its dem- JOr lUlli ailfl Winter WCUV. 1.1JJL, LUUl tUrOUgll Oil r IK'IV SlOClt Of agogic tendency by passing bills to! Men' 's Suits aild Fall OuCVCOCltS find 1J0U U'Ul be COIlvillCCd tlldt WC (WC the from (t re . . 1 a second less than Maud S. s record. -- Down in McCraeken county a ercaughta man in his watermelon patch and hit him on the hoad with a eiickA whereupon the man laid down and died. () An English syndicate has secured ...:....,. .... ...!.. .. ..it .1... i i:.... :i.... wuii-mi ujiwuu uu mi uiu cuvui ntnitrt,,? rji Tl.lilAan,i f?sl Tlift I1IIIUIIII .vi...i. ..Cl.l Jldl'U.I, vuli litu to close the deal is stated at $27,000,000. negro, who Lev. James, a wantonly nsasiuated Thomas Garvin, jp'6, of Chicago, in the union depot iun, ivy., several muiuiis hu, j i itaes the largest and best appointed house in Stanford. That it hcts become the fa nwtts bargain resort for Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, flats, Carpets, ,) fat ting, $g. , no better evidence v' necessary to substantiate these statements than' the tfouds ire sell, the values we (Jive and. the main advau- we offer . over other and smaller dealers, licre the public can obtain , " , tlCTC bllSlUCSS llOllCSt QOOaS (I loWCSt COildUCtcd Stands omsirix.xxE to-da- y store Strictly at Oil IS priCCS; re are always forging ahead, Our business is one of progress. always striving to reach new spheres of activity , and suck always' will be cash basis. t (..ji, - .11 wiujaM HH t HrB Htt HT B M X17 lr iv t to-dan rc-- c i n,,rl0riii,hlmnl,rinP " "" Main Street, Stanford, Ky, i onrr wiiit.. si.irwuik. If n man wants io nrcid Mr pi- -t rated by the h sat ho ne.!( ta !v cawfnl Iww h walks ovr a xv'iit- - m'iowjIJ? with th sun on it t'.i hot wtuthrr people WW white or ,y 'Ilht clothing because it tvpel Uo lvC. while dark c!.thtxi.5ib It It is jr.u to with thtfw w !:.'t' r7eraat'H They wver jft--t so uu rt on- -. un-; -- omit on the in conseinoat. bnt V:cy r the h'ctua the pesrt n wiio walk. .v- -i tbeui. It is Utt r o wallt 1:: the tm?t than n m of thte rt fleet on wl:-thi'hiui H.tiiungon U LonU OloV rXuivcru.. ici-oi- .11. SALINGER, .lXuuugcr. ufla 1 tmmxr 1111B 'W' , 1 T 11 7 j v.-.- II.iMti;; ccuriil the services of IVtH. TKOS. I TJADCTON-.un now fully OF CHICAGO, 1 -- ht ft-f- pripa.cd to do d.-.- 1 n!t Frcnch-Everso- v.-t- t li-.- u ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK AN'I) n, well-kuow- n Con-gres- s, ty ! The Fort Wuth Chamber of Yoiiiii; Mon Source. President Hnrrteon a WMer Tho cry which come up from tho All work warranted and promptly done. melon weighing 101 KMind. watering places is ns regularly associated with this senson in tho public mind Tho Pulpit nnd the Stngo. as cucumbers, ico cream and russet Kv K. M Shrtmi, PMior I'nntd MtM Krtth Chiir.-hir "I hwl n leather ehoes. It ii. worth noting, how- w Hutv (n Hln Mounrf. whjl w I)r K'inc't r Pi my ever, that the wail this your is more deep covrry han !ll for m ilr Ni.i.m My r Sai! and lienrtfvlt thnu it has been for many H, n ..!, .tm! my prihio- - fi thought I of.oi'. I iok )i llvr only j few wrrk ' miotrt seasons )ut. If things go on at the KiicV H, xuA m P ' ovrM . n ri . present rate beforo long the government y i n Jf " p n will bo importuned to take a hand in supplying the summer resorts with yonut,' man. Their scarcity bidi fair to rank as n public grievance. Some of the published lists of tho entertainments of KENTUCKY, given nt the watering places are curious ly miggistive. AVe 18 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS. In one dispatch from Narragnnsott, Agricultural, Scientific, Jiiigl- for instance, on Sunday tho details if n nccrluij, Classical, "delightful impromptu picnic" wero School, Academic, Commercial given. A list of the guests vnj appended. There were four young men and ami Military Courses of Study. twenty-seve- n young women. At an "in- COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. formal"' dance in Newport on the Mtmu !Wrl day it va snid that for tho first time in inFull SltipmcMit fnm ll.M.1 in luitnltorv rt iht the history of that famous watering t H. 1'it iHtalogtii' and intruncc cxauiiimUnu placo girls danced with ono another since ixijitnt ndi!r there were not enough men to go around. IAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D.f Lexington, Ky Such a condition of things as this at Newport is absolutely unprecedented. It is not difficult to find out where the young men are bj the w ay. They aro RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. grinding nwny in Now York, and a canSeialou opeua BlU 10, IS1U. did and unprejudiced survey of the field Three Colleges. 1 lurtccn Departments. impren-oiogives the that in view of all tho circumstances they aro doing pretty Clasbical, .Scientific, and Commercial Courses. Expenses moderate ?i8o to well. Newport Letter. 240. Attendance last session 326, from 25 states and territories. CutilllllltOlM U I'ooil. Tor full information and catalogue, addrets Many people aro under the impression L. H. BLANTON, D. D Chancellor that cucumber is very indigestible, and when they eat it they do to under protest and with apprehensions of diro consequences. How this delusion I will rent publicly 10 bcfoi the can have arisen it te difficult to say, unon County Court tar, less it bo that cucumber is often eaten Danville with salmon and other indigestible ta1'Stli, 1890, ble friond3. It is not the cucumber, , actu '1 It u ituulil however, but the salmon that sits so nillie- Allen Gilmcit farm of the Star tnril anil IJ.iiilr niktr, heavy upon our stomach's throne. CuDANVIMh, KfcNTL'CKV. the two towii,hti a j; juil ilwelhiK f .even I have remoe.lmy oflue t in t.urly lie u!dc-- i C allege in the State Clakjcal, cumber, iu fact, is very digestible when rooms. 11 ill tnno'ithounet .iru corn, whil- - t;nol re Mte I emale acre cn lie put in pair wheie and Klc. ve C"tirtc 'f Study Full Faceutcn properly. It cannot, indeed, be good wheat land can tw mcl prontatly fur t ut ulty I.o atii.n thealthful. Complete (iynilianum timet. 'I'lic nt (il the farm i in ;;r.i Kraiii 1&1O Next e.on iif;in. Sept 10, othonvifo when it is remembered that it for catalogue (us ih I'otsckiion given Jan i,'ii,but cojim'rIs mainly of water, nnd that those pnvilci .f aitcimnij; ti nix wtic.it renter nl utlii" or further information, ai!drr I) rup W C. YOl'Nd, ., lreMctit bfi tl'.it iwrts which are not water are almost ex- urBeiitbuniiM- kn.wnreon tlnic rental. Turin" matte clusively cells of a very rapid growth. A I..T. &MITII, ECOTJSS3 In of Alltn (jiliii'ire In eating cucumber it is well to cut it into thin slices aud to masticate them Ami SIOCK f)h DKl'tis sI.K thoroughly. Even tho vinegar and tho .lr ihe elm.i ine al llulton-mII- c pepper that nn so often added to it are I fier my enlre no of fre-Drugi anil exof scrvico to ii. ;c tion if not taken in Chimuaikiui klc My Ktuvik itoniilcivlii every p iti' nlir iSe' nini-- l pi i" one in lln-- t' cess. Tho as every one Will aiMi ii vi.ii the inure liuii-- my More knows, belongs to ii o melon tribe; but Tl.e itiil ((.. hi iiiik 4 k J (! llu'ionvilli'j t in our somewhat cold country it do COKSUfAPTION rciw not grow t.) any very rge size, ami SCROFULA theretoro it is firmer nnd looks less BRONCHITIS I'um ita congonor, tho melon. -j rvtN evirry ervckTri xr LonUun Hospital. COUGHS Com-inorcpse- nt PIUE E3STC3-E- , JL"TZ3Src3- - , K- -t , A. R. PENNY. d'-- lr-- i mi f STATE C0LLEGE NEW FALL - GOODS. of Have Xormal JUST RECEIVED Our I'lrsl tprnibeclrnS-lriiilM-i-IOlh.Iso- irlti Central University CLOTHING, In Medium and Heavy Weights, and Stiff and Soft Hats, The Latest Styles and Colors. pc-gibl- y Public BiGating'. court-hom- STAGG & McROBERTS. loiiday, Sept. 1 CEITTUB COLLEGE '1 . REMOVEDI , lr, 2 . I my reuleiue. will te f , n.l 1Sl HUGH KFID. - 1I.1 , 5j-t- ii FOR HEBTT ! lc h s l)c-ir- 1 . c . encr.-ii'w- r, ai-- i' t I ix. I s VA-I- I. - 1 SPOTTY The BEST FLOUR is the t that give out a dazzling phosphorescent green light sufficient to illuminate his surroundings for a distance of several When placed on his back he rights himself with a sprang and a snapping sound. It is henco inferred that he belongs to tho f.imily "Ehiter." As such a beetle with lantern is not known to be a residt nt of this country it is that Mr. Habersham's find is an immigrant from Brazil or somo tropical country where hugs that carry lanterns are not uncommon, Baltimore Jiun sup-K)se- A Mui; tvltli Two Orneii Mr. A. W. Habersham found on Exchange place n beetle about ono inch long that ha back of his oyes two cpots COLDS Wasting Diseases CREAM Wondorfu! Flosh Producer. rnny liavo gained ono pound per day by its use. Scott's Emulsion in not a secret remedy. It contains tho Btimulnt-in- g properties of tlio Ilypophos-)hitenntl pnro Norv.'ogian Cod Liver Oil, tho potoncy of lioth liotnff largely incronsod. It ia used by Physicians nil over tho world. H To cure IlillotimcBS, Sick Hcailncho, Constipation, Malaria, Liver C omplnints, take tho snfo mid certain remedy, SMITH'S FLOUR made by the Lexington Roller Mills Co., Lexing- ton, Ky. For sale by all first-claGrocers. Don't fail to use Cream Flour if you want good Bread and a happy Cook. ss nine-colum- n inches. BILE BEANS bottluj. lllKV ii k d PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by all Jivuyijlsts. SCOTT 5c rsotlioKMAIXSIo(40JlttluIleflniitot!io AUG TUB MOST CONVENIENT. fc3llillo tor- - Mil Pr Itottlo. Prlco of tltlnrlio,JI.Tic. Akiih. "BI"KUlledfor4en.(eiprrioriUnr). Me. BOWNE, Chomlsts. N.Y. AHtcl t f. !!.!. tr I - , r 15 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal SniTEMiiKit 2, 1890 Lot of Foster. first-clas- s brick for sale. J. B. Tun harvest of n rUimuier in Is i past, the hottest kind oegins imu hie iouri)on ifml the succulent low rates from all points on the K. C. oii'lcl . , , , . it-i- ay .... ...,.! 1 Stanford Female College (830. Px'esitlent. Stanfokd, Ky., ' c. VJ Gold hkwis, thread nwklaces and FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I, up to Mt. Ver- fiiondship ring, "all the go;" latest fash31. HUBBARD, A. 31., - - - - - non vcstenlav to hoM court. A very ionable novelties just received by Me , . ,i0kDl A labor nwortinent of queanswnio nWnitol him. Koberts, the Jeweler. . . Faculty of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Excellent ManoKormnl glassware to be sold very clamp. S. S. Mvcrs. The sale of the personalty of the late Hoarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction thorough. Send wii.i. continue to make cabinet nlio- toe.raphatS'-- per dosun till Sopteinbor 15. II. Burnside was woll attended arid for Catalogue. MEANS BUSINESS. It is sottliriK time and I want what 10th. A. J. JMrp, Stanford. " the prices realized were fairly satisfacto1 mcnn you. A. you owe tne. Tako this to yourself. W. 1'vy your accounts ry. The horses sold for $72 to 5175. H. Penny. Wastei). Three waist hnnus and B. Mcltoborts. Watches and jewelry repaired and A ni8PAT( ii brought the sod news yesthree skirt hands. Apply ntouce. Miss AoitTMRNT of the finest, purest and varranttsl. A. IJ. 1'onny. !. V. Lokbii, Hustonville. Ky. terday of the death of Mrs. W. T. WeakTitKbcHt place to buy drills, patent lie- -t Cntiilies just received at A. A. Warley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. W HUSTONVILLE, KY. medicines and toilet articles is at A. It. ren's Model Grocery. Waxtbd! To take a car load of cot- Gaines, at Shelbyville. She bad been - iViiiiv'h. JTJushress. ton mules to feed. Good (stable and wn ill for some time. Ciiikk V. M. Him., of Mhldlosboro, Iluvyour school bookH, ink, tabletP. tor. J. II. Taylor, Hustonville, Ky. paper, pencils and whool supplies of all n notorious escaptnl convict from Bob Smith was tried yesteiday for cutkinds from A. It. IVniiv. OI'EN SKPT firm Inilructi Full Collu Coune, Cln..il nd Stieiilillc. Also Noith Carolina, for whom thoro was a W. F. McClnry, superintendent of ting Coninnrii. I.mv. iumet Arithirctic, 'lelcgriphy, T) pe Wrilnist. John Bright, another negro, and Isrso rowanl. common Schools lias given bond with held in 5300 to the circuit court, which ihmu an' j wiimn, .crni en ur i FERSONAL FOIMTS. i, fjminrciai l,n!tre aio : iionro. per wet k. Principal. M G. THOMSON, Can enter t ny iii.ip Write lor it iI'ikuv . Hon. .!. S. Owsley, T. I). Newland and be couldn't give. J. B. Paxton prosecu(lAiiitAiii) funiisties two additions to Mu. ,ixi) Mas. S. 1'. Staih are visitim: Joseph McClaryjiiireties. jr ted and it was his first case since tho penitentiary. U. W. P.ronston for in Casey. m mac rz m ump as county attorney. Miss UcyTvte is visiting friends in forvory was ei veil live yours and Uar of Lincoln county will Tni: lmiwll, forkillinL UwisGill, lfi yours. pleaso come forward and settle. Tho Sbm H 1b mm aau mm m Ibanon. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. to iAMilsrlllo Miw Huttiu Kva.s's wont books for 1SJ0 are ready and I must have SiiKHtPK Mvuns, of Casey, has the Dealer In- yostonlay. the tax. T. I). Newland, S. L. C. honor of beiii' the flrst bherili in the .. Mu. J. W. Aim mh. of Taint Uck, 18 Slate to M'ttle with the auditor in full for Thk.Stanford Academy, J. G. Denny, auction nm such, teletrraph nporntor here now. this year's Uxes. .Mr. Myers is a demo- principal, opened yesterday with 3'2 puMrh. A m.iA Wooim, postmaster Ht crat and a cracking go'xi olllcer. pils, the largest number on hand at the t will 'c!I at public 9Ui :i'n on Monday, Sfptctn-l- r HiiNtotiville, vm iiuroSsMinluv. Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. iJqj, t FUtitiird, Ky i tndjrd bred beginning of the tes&ion for a long time. Ohsi.by ui koiio to Thomas Mili.kk brtil heifer, i yrarold; tn lard from yearling Is attempting to get out of hor buggy, . fat c.ttle, or bull.jrrars Bar FINE WATCH KS A SPI:CIALTV l.vKnnon, Ttuin., to attend colleo. at Tnrnersvillo Friday evening, the Tiik Lincoln County Teacheis' Assoc- up.includitiK old; oke ofi. tter; alio 3 tock li"3, It Mn. T. M. Mrltoiimrru has roturneil horse that Mis Mary Cooper, alitor of iation will.be held at Kingsvillo Sejt. '12 weicht uliout I C ALLIN I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) s, from a few days' stay at Hlehinond. our county clerk, was driving, Marled and 1.1. Mi?s Alice Stuart has furnished .Saturday for oil, throwing her on the ground with us a programme, which will appear next s mci:i. W. MavitPKH left Vihhullf to untor VandnrblU L'nlvor-- terrific force. Both bones of hor right 1&6I10. GROCERY. A HltV limb woro broken just below the knee Pmof. J. M. SiBOi.D will teach a class And HOARDINd KOt'SE MimJknnii llHOAnuis left ycstonlay and she whs otherwi'e badly hurt. in vocal niiihlc, of 1'0 lessons, in tlie baseI hae a ill line of frevh (.tocerin and Confecf.ir filendale, w hero she will tneh inn- Kemem-heCigars and nnd Tub Iowt Hojise of Congress has ment of tho Presbyterian church, com- tion that t tliell hnet lor cah, or Tohacci f. I haver ppnl'ice. hli only prep.irpil to Mimiis FAXNiicHworRiuiri I Initio Hob- jwpsed a substitute for the "Omnibus mencing next Tuesday night at 7:30. a Kr.Uurant in .ttornecti.ii Am als-- rales ) iie kp bcrilir- - ery rfa.onat.le went to MUldfcsboro Friday to visit Wr Claim bill," which carries with it AM denominations are interested and me a call und ' mvmccd that wi'ldoyoti neht. uiMiu J W CARKII K, Rowmnd jl ,m an appropriation of half a million. invited to attend. For terms fall on W. iilntives. Among the claims allowed is that of II. IUgghio. Mim Dolus WtLUAMa.of HustoHTille, w.n with Mis hucy Tato Fritlay and Mai. W. N. Potts for $I.4?,1 and ono for N'oTicr.. The Court of Claims will 1 $l,tfcW in favor of Judge M.J. Durham, Sat unlaw on the ikh day of Ootober next and Mimm IxriuK Hailry ud Wnllo Wal- administrator of Leonard Taylor, of Sept. 20th will be the last day for filing, To cl "ur paatncrhip in Livery Msble at Crab la. are victim: Mis3 ISmmn (i.irmnl In Boyle. . O.ibard. we m.I mHI to the highest bidder claims against the comity. Accounts on the ptfiuitea, uu Mam bttitur. By a now order ol Uw Suit Ontral must h? verified, itemised ami tiled with Mk. Svm () ix8 to iitit sick. Mr.M. Committee, the committeeman tyi each me on or Iwfore that date or. they will xotli, I .kin in no better, but Joint Newtonii precinct b to be elected by the demo- not be considered for a year. Under a The lollowing peraonal pioperty h l.iht improving. crats in meeting to be held next Satur- recent order of court road claims must Ktjtht eood harncaa Itoraet, 4 llut;eii. j Siitrpy, A Carnage, 3 Mim M Mu.Miirr lSHOYiH,ho has boon day at 2 p. m. Chairman Now land ha both by tho cluinunt and Wood Binder,Sprin Wuoai,and 1new WalterCatbe a Miss Shu l'.rluht, reUirnoil to therefore cadrd the meetings, which, it overwer. G. B. Cooper, Clerk. Heifer, Cow ..MtuiH yearling tle, varlin Ca'tle, .GO TO. t'obueheltof Wheat. o biwhela of Uye, roacren I it nnulK' yeterUy. is hoped, will hs largely attended. Klect of Corn i be utimated in field Farasing Tools, Fatal .Uvidkst. M. G. Beynolds, everal wo of (ingle anil douMe Harne, 5 ladles'Mius MiNxmCAitpiiNTitH, of Inillatmp none but sound diMiiocrats, who hava WagSai'dlen. v Willi Mrs. J., A. the IntBrest of the jmrty at heait, mid who was in town Saturday, tells us that Sfcddlca, who una been im ""sV-'t' J. F. .V CURTIS COVER Hiram .Surbor was instantly killed at I' irpi nter, left Friday. you will not go amim. Itabftiikff by the chiiimey of an old rkKM.lAM2A.Nn(.iR0niXl)K0MU-(iM Jcimik J. V. Auons niejt with a nar house, which was being torn down, fall- haw Wen visiting tlwir j;raiulpirtiitd. PUBLIC SALE "MODEL GROCERY" row tscape Priday Hiui it was a case of ins on him. II) was nu old man and It and Mrs. 5. W. HruimuKb. Clii-i.- ii luck tltat he came) out as well as he did. lwivc-- i a family John Bastin was bully Mk. ItoHtniT Fbnzkl hue gone to on hufiiiirM ooniu'cuxl with tha In- - Ht was lriving botween Ixiudon nd injured at the same time and Is expected A BLUE-C4RASFARM. Manchester, when his horse suddenly to die. He is also n man of family and .j.i turn of uatclu's on the I.. & N. will sell to the highest began to kick and run. This was kept both lire ruvinectod eitiaens of the column- - Owing to 'ad health, Ion Mim MinxikStkacb muni! to 'nd.lcr, on the premises, nmny a mile, out on uirnuig a nity. isvnie Nuurday with Miw Sophia Sniiler, up (or 1890, Sept. short curve the bunay was upset and w has Iwun visiting at her fathur's. The 1'nited Brother) of Friendship Thursday, thu jndKU hurltrd ruthlessly to the hail a big day Friday anil did themselves My Harm containing in Acre, in a yooa itate 01 Lii'kky Iihi KOiiM U) Mr. T. T. well watered; naa upon u ;i ckxi cmi to take a position with luli-u-r- ground. Fortunately ho lit in a mud great credit. Their parade was a very cultivation, 01 fivt- rims ami an taje houe titvated ux Wax, s. irims in tli Mint National hole iiiht.ad of upon thu rocks around. praiseworthy one and thoir entire pro- Stanford, Tlir farm u the Stanford inlc from Milled?e-vill- e one mil? from right leg Station and Ills head was badly cut and pike, two mtt from iUnk. ceedings day and nitjht were remarkable four mi!e from Huitoavillc.Morilaml Mih Luv Kay, of Indiana, who has and foot sprained. ll at tho same time ra to k. crop I will aWo for order and general good cheer. Not a ol Horses, and farming Implement, t Wen vkitini; Miw Mary Aloxnndor, Su., met with a disturbance occurred during the time. Mulc, Cattle, Corn, Hay and Wheat. Farm, I .Mk. J. M. will to examine tht Sunday, aocompaniod by orw wiidilr iirned home Any He was The order took in 51S0 about 'fllO of take pleasure in showing him vciy vflinful airident Friday. Warn or. Miis Morel md. Ky K.I- - RHODES. driving in a spring wagon through ids which was clear. Tho l II. F. has done ns I hi. J. T. IkHiox.of tho Wost Knd, orchard when one of the whothi struck a gootl work for our colored people and down everI days swuppiiij: yarns with a stump, throwing him out head t. ought to be encouraged. J. M. Wade, Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass.Wall A?,?ffl of ii'il frieiufe. who woro iriad to see hiui His neck and ehoulderd aru fear- secretary. Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, holdiHK his own so well. fully bruistHl, but fortunately no bones Jewelry and Silverware. Font or tlve young ladies went out to . Fo, of the Cumberliind Mit. J. were broken. The fall rendered bim in,d ley Land Co , was hero yobtorday spend the night with Miss Kate Hajl, at The Stanford '& Logan's Creek sensible for nearly an hour. Ho wns Turnpike Co. her country home Saturday night. Th ey with xoni news for tho ttock holders. Ho found by .Mr. W. M. Iligglnx, Vvho retired about 10 o'clock when lias just leturned from Iviiropo. We.the.inler.iKned. K T IVnre. I) W. to liave business with him at had just Railroad S 11 lluuftrunan, J K l'cton, J. S The theio came it considerablestui in of young Mu. A. C. Sink hat returned from Now that time and had it not buon for that it people from our town and Hustonville Huhe. W 11. MiII-- J.S. Owleyand lohiiM t3 ii ourL'lves tozilhcr and to tako home Mhany, wheieho went O ii. h.,.hi. ia 110 tolling how long lie would have incorporated purauant to the prayiMna and by "knocking at tho chamber door" become s f the (letieral Matute or Kca. Lis niece, Mian listolla Bradford, who laid In that condition. of Chaster succeeded in arousing the fair sleepers. tucVy, hv tne corporate name of the Stanford S a has lieen visitiiiK bim for nuvuml weeks. n v Creek Turnpike Road Company. . ...1 H..II .1 ir McMur-rao the buildinc. Mk. It. U. Pimm of I'rico A 'I he bumei to jie nmlci.'ed M Mien uii.MR, ui me iiuiun i.eii They were soon up anil dressed and a i a operating for profit y O nieichnnt luilore, Dsiivilto, is hero county gang, but nppnroutlv a pencenblo jolly good time was had for an hour or mamtuninn .oilroad in Lincoln county, BeginninK turnpike an tr. in Stanford, K.y with samples and will have them in Dr. and clover man, fell out with Stove War- two. Wo opine, however, that Miss at a point on Main trect aouthward Utwen at tfce CJ3 o alley leadtn therelrim a whom ho hopes tho public rick over a trivial matter at Mldillimboro Kate would prefer to bo stormed at an prel of Mr. Mollis Myera' heirs ami John M C Price's olllre, in over bard Hall and tunnii. thence touthward eaativardlv call and examine thorn. and they went for each other. Turner earlier hour. w.d alley tothebt Aaaph llranch, thence HtlL'hcs .V Z. A u. l h W. Vandeveer. u to the friends of used IiIb revolver and Warrick handled h will be S H. lUughmnM, J. Dkath. Old man John crencli is Pevton.A. L. Ha'e'a t:.heir. Peace to point near The T. Hun. 11. C. Warren to know that he is j,i8 forgo knife with gieat skill. he.r. an.i H sh..nk dead ami n familiar character will no l.osan'a and a amall creek emp'.yini: in a ..I'ftiiig with great encouragement in torriblo rombiU lutiil fully l"i ininutea more bo seen on our streets. He died thereto inCr.U of 11. Puacu'a houe, thopj-- up "J front r-- s Lojau' Creek hv the preiniaes of S. 1. ishanka -bis iMiiv.ira for auditor and is now conll-- 1UU1 resulted in Warrick rooeivini; a pis- - Sunday, , ...... V u at the advanced age, he claimed, and l'ave coiner iouh Minireinun E tol shot in the brcaEt, about an inch VS o dent of Kuccees. D.inville Advocate. " years of age he of U2. When he was -o .Mu J. W. Hockkii, cashier of the Huh- above the heart, tho bullet passingentiio-o loht nearly the whole of bis lower jaw to be about two m!W. of biitiuci thall b StanV The principal plac toiivillolkiuk. is at Crab Orchard Spring?! iv throuch bin Wly. Turner received u 3 ever since had ford, Lincoln munty, Ky. from salivation and has y W hall commence o the illi knifo gashc in all, one of which pen tr.singto regain the strength that the 4 The corporation in fifteen minutes. a handkerchief around his bead davof luly,iSo..,aml and terminate on tn 19U1 Watches completely demagnetized Both men are to wear a ilux took from him in a month's siege etrated tho abdomen. unlet. sooner tcrminit chin used to be. He nev- Jay of jtilv. 1040, ol tlie "lock uuuuimiin; ttl ly J 3 WELLS, Ph. Q. Preso. Oik. B.H, DANKS, Jowotor, ol tviVtlurd D. Hocker, is with him. up and will die. Turner, and whore his vote terribly done Ilisfcon, W. W I i V n er failed to ride or drive a jennet and 5. The autliorueil capital riockuch m "" iu time and be paid at Mi&hMinkik Ki.uott, the handsome who has made several visits to .Stanford, here as dollars which hall upon such terms at the Hoard she had become as such ainaunU and talented music teacher at Kirks-ill- impressed those he met as being far from M nn Street, STANFORD, Ky pr.cribe Hut the corporation pp her master. The old man had been a ol Director shall beam liusinpss whenever may crKanie and Institute, returned yesterday from a quarrelsome or desperate man. county for 'JO years, but thoiivnd five hundred dollars of the capiUl Mock charge on the Mr. Ben Turner, father of Marsh lur-by these article shall haf- been a visit to Miss I.ida Kdiniston, at Crab e had never been sent to tho poor- - authorned lhe capital Mock shall be divided into will open )'. nor. passed through hero Saturday and Orchard. The school and each eharo shall ife H leaves a wi and one child. shares of fittv dollar, each vote, either in person entitle the holder toonc Miss S i.i.i k McUoiiiniTs, of D.uivill e, Haiti his eon had died of his wounds. Mr. or by written iuxy at all elections and at all meet.,,,. is up to heo her Uncle John McUoborts, Turner was badly wounded in tho arm Tub Coi.i.Et.K. An I. J. eciibe at- ings held by the stockholders. corporation 6. The alfairs trfth-who was so badly hurt n low days ago. and cut in several other places slightly tended at the interesting opening exera Hoard of ti directors, elected from the Directors shall be Are headquarters for She bring the pleasant Information while attempting to part tho infuriated cises of Stanford Female College yester- stockholders, one ofbywhich Hoard; and such Dif.ud elected as Premdent is fast imSaturday in men. on that Mr.Thonm Mcltoberts day and was much pleased to see so rectors shall lx eletelshall the first lor one year serve of each year and The June MicceediiiE ihcir election and iint.l their suc- proving. any fresh young faces present. &o. next AKoniKK largo delegation of .Stanford 1,1.1 ,i.i'iliiji.il .. Saul Hoard snail ..I......I ' wnaion pio.nises to bo a very successful .Mns. C. A. Cox and Charlie have no member of young people attended the ball at Crab also elect .flerk and treasurer but um gone to Monticello to see her father, Mr. Wecteu ircourcr Orchard Springs Friday evening and as! one. Certainly l'rof. Hubbard deserves mi id llotrd liall be any olllce in thm c rporation Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel II. II. S.uilley, who is gradually growing muni a leliuhtful time was had. It was the most liberal lMtronmze for ho lias as shall be ell.'lhle to ..Lhnlili.r thrri'in. .L..u.liHA.l.un ' facweaker. Hie old gentleman is SO years ''subrulou Plow .ind you will mrskc no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no .! I.ny ,V, closing ball and the beaux and belles sociated with him a most excellent spell of sickness the old and this is the tirst ulty, if the half we hear of the members liall not exceea seven nuiiorcu.. ........ or this from several of the surrounding towns property or thi members 8. The I'.vcry plow warranted to all coronratienprivate be exempt Irom the dehls of tho plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. he has ever had. hull were there to participate in the enjoya- that compose it be true. They were corporation Wi: weru much surprised and greatly Miss Sarah A sk your neighbor. ble wind up of an exceedingly pleasant in their places yesterday o work, or no salr bl! itie corporato-- herein menpleased to find that Miss Daisy Mason, nnd urotltable season. Those who at Louise Tipton, Miss S. Kva lledingor tioned, may betome members of this corporation do good , hysubscriblnirand paving for share of stock, or Miss who is tho guest of hor.school-muteof work from this place were Misses Nan and Miss Gertrude Howard. Tho latter by purchasing and ImvinR shares Company,traits. after of the ono of tho ladies tended .Maggie Buchanan, and is the music teacher and takes the place ferreJ to them en the bo.s for by others. Haiighniau, Emma ami Helen beilii! ub.cnlH and paid Ottonhelmer' recently gave and Kit i.r Directors or this to whom Mr. 10. No ir.'inlw of thSauiley, Annie Wray, Jennie Hughes, of Miss Amall, whose recent marriage CoriHirati.w, eceit the Hmrd I'rswdiilil. .h.tll receive an elaborate garden party, is the dmijh Uirdio Wallace, Louise B.tiley, Lucy dissolved her contract to teach here. any cmnp.-- it indirectly, for d.iocih DireUir. I terof our old friend, Mr. H. H. Mason, Tate, Alpha Tyreu, Annie H.de and Mrs. Miss llowaid is from Ghent, Ky. She h uffi cm (except ILtcitor.) ho.n l'reidfnt and ric sawnta .iaii othor formerly of Virginia, but now of Frankeiniibv"fth nr.'nriia slta I receive suh K. I'ortinan, and Messrs. Covington took the gold medal at the Louisville co.apcn.atMm a h..'lhe fixed hv the resolulUlw J. fort. From a little tot when we hist saw and Blake, of Richmond, Joe timbry, conservatory and afterward attended the Uhth Hoard .( D.rccvur.aHd ... ... n 11 urprain' t " her, she has grown into a bountiful Wallace Withers, J. H. U.iughuiaii, J. H. Cincinnati School. Miss Tipton is slid allowed ..iporalion. t f it nature fnr ii?, .r and has fully inherited tho Owsley, ,.der Chapter ,6. Ti.l young lady Jr., I). H. Carpenter, C. C. Car- to bo a splendid instructor and the ancl Is Receiving His Companies and No. no Title lurnpikf. many charms of her handsome aunts, son, W. H. l'enny, H. J. Penny, Kph work of Miss lledingor, the art teacher, Cravlan Hank Voadsof the l.eu-'SUtutos AcUefthe the who were noted belles' in their day. speaks her praises most emphatically. ol Kentucky anj Kentucky. ameniUtory and sup reiinington, J. t'. Keid, T.T. Lackey, AsMimidyol was visited by iiiauv of plemeuUl t'leieio and thall be .uject to the hv K 0. Walton. Her art display 11. Hanks, W (i. CITY AND VICINITY. diichaiK all ibe dunes prescribed The place will close in aootit 10 days, our people, all of whom were loud in .ud St lutes o' Corporatmn or it nature and its Give him a call. drill superior wheat Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. A lJAr.ii.us.-T- wo after the moat successful season for ma- its praises. Slio Is certainly mistress of lMhfwili" thereof wtliwe hereunto nt ost. I. M. Uriicc. ny years. It had a good crowd all the drawing, paii'tingand wood carving and .l out ropi. t name.,1. W will iV I. V. I'lYTUN, .Mr. W. II. time anil forsomo weeks lOOoroOO people wo are sum the department sho A pjirrrrv fair likouesH of 1.S.HUGI1KS, never in better hands. V.. T l'KNCK, Constitutional were there. Delightful at all times and preside over was Miller, delegate to the J.S.OWSLFV. kept, its increasing popular- Tho number of pupils enrolled yesterday S.H.HAUOHMAN, Convention from this county, appeared excellently M. iCook Ketplng, Short Hand, Telaraphy. Cc nil who go was 53,. but it will no doubt be increased JOHN M. HAIL, ity is a natural result, for 9 in Friday's Louisville Times. A W.H..MIU.KR. Write for Catalogue unit full information Si will do so again if possible. to 100 before many days. there biography accompanied it. s hooi. Uoks ami school auupllos nt n. McHoiierts'. bivalve in with in nirnin. . Jrnun Moiiiiovy pas.stxl uc,VAiTON,uua - 1 I CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, Classical and g, hart-Hand- For Girls anil Boys. ! , c'. mi'-iin- niali-fyin- tux-jmye- rs ROBERT F aoCKS sAisjf i HI AMES AHO SEWELRY. , . ll'il-tei- li Il.il-.tei- i - RESTEURMT BIO LINE OF 1 - j CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS Just Received. Also 1 in FXJB30XC SiSLXG. A Lot of New Glassware, Wccliicsday, Sept. 1 vMr-oM 1 1 Sometliiiijj Entirely New. 1 5 C A.A.WABB mwB Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing Etc. : i S . I.- 25, Uliw-bethtow- n J. For Groceries, Glass and Queensware, - - hc.--- A-- -- n-- con-iit- K-i- e ;,-t- d DRUGS? ul JEWELRY MAMPDJIBN Best fore-inoa- ' mmm baji-jHine- d r. mni-iAt- c f WATCH, Watch. a LoL-an- y, . Maeaila-mue- n .1 , 1". 1 j 1 0 1 w?a9VJp??wi 'V -- c n 1 1 well-know- n e au-- i W. B. MoBOBBHTS, Court-Hous- 1 - l'0'- HIGGINS jyfKINNEY y j Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, ,3alt,Iimo, c'olpo1" I'lT-oii- ; s - H.6.RUPLEY,-- . J . I - oy-la- 1 . 1:!"'"' lMh- I al sub-eiue- Oen-cr- al 1J- - SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. "y"!":.,' MihM-u- BRYANT & STRATTON Business College well-writt- OI1IQVILLE Y. -- : Prpjroj' r. t. r .r.MeiSS-ll- i Sill, ... . .rinTrin-iiPn- t Lr , l.imi,, N j M. li mmiiiHi t i i - m- TTf(wr,nT?Fr 1 I 'gay 337, jr.. ..rf lift - m4 f''j'fri.v f " ( rJ r-w fj n ' n1 mm&?".-r--i vt i .jJL.iii.rfA!- -. ......... A..... V , if-. , I i Ho. R. 0. V.iirk of Lincoln couu Tito Saturday Half Ilolliliij-- . r.riisjiiiimirr iv..r 1,. Air. ' ono of " n,),est members oi tho TEE CORUEKCIEL HOTEL When the Saturday half holiday law Immense swarms of grasshoppers have J II OWENS, Manager ivns onnctwl some iessiini.tic mvnue jiiircs ot tho country of Algeria last Legislature, and now a candidate for Published Every Tuosdny and Friday tiersous who there werethnt its and are sailing lols of tilings. Two .tate Auditor, is visiting friends in this predicted - Kontucky " would not only injure ImiinesV but thousand soldiers, aided by 12.0M Arabs, vicinity. Mr. Warren lias been travel Harrodsburg, yVaaiaaawTili' TtSl J ..ammaassB would lend to nn increase in crime be havo been employed to light the est. ing extensively through the State and have taken charr ot this li S3 PER YKAR.IX ADVVKCE came of the idleness of tl and intend to run it in ullr.i clau manner m ecr thousands of Tho roadways present the appearance of mn down to Louisville from Shelby reaped It is heme papered and paiht.'d trnm WTWhen not jo paid S2.60 will be charged. working people. Strnii";e to buy, the ik-- j a battlefield, and oxtr.iiinMniirv ntTm-ttop tnlmtlom, the b(ildln( it heme atcd and make it stlv.. in anl mfort lice reonU "how a decreased t.verceutni'o al.' beiiitt made to rid the surrounding ville, where he was in attendance at the ovcrMliuij doni AI116 able f. r guest.. TheUlk sh ill nn.r e ur i.t K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Shelby Fair. He has been all around ed b hotel. in thi of a'rcvt- since the law went into effect. country of this insect enemy. scition J ll. nWKNS This is nut the first time that this the fair circuit, and will be out getting Train leaves Rowland at 7 oo a. m returning Although the observance of the day has steadily increased, the disposition to plague has devastated Algeria. In 1845 acquainted with the people of the State !' " 51 G I? rJaJPT afM IPPrtTsiV mU commit breaches of the peace on the pan the harvests of almost the entire country about 10 tiavs longer. Next spring Mr. &vwmy L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. of the working jwople, who have leen were destroyed by grasshoppers. From Warren will enter his campaign in ear- Has leased one of the taSle at Pen e A, Tarns track anil will run a truer a m thrown upon their own resources for self 1747 to 1740 theso insects deaointed AlMail train going North nest and will take the stump. To It " " " M South t, i i' pm lai'l nu I c .i has lieen curbed rather than geria, extending their ravages even to Express train " South s pm l reporter Mr. Warren Breaking and Training Stable. parts of Enroth. stimulated, it was tho tmrpote of the ' " " North .6 10 ra law to afford wage earners Local Freight North .Millions on millions of the dead bodies said yesterday that he was pleased with He has had sufficient etppricin to mike lum an .in opiortu- South So'Pm mty to enjoy, on the threshold nJ bis rue. sii'l le very Making dirttt 1. nue of thee insecls are covering nt present the outlook, and thought he had the expert in tht bu.mi-- . of the saThe latter trains also carry passengers. 'in.for (.1 rural I ion dt reasonable Gie him u share ol . ur patronaire. t The above it calculated on standard time, Solar cred day of ret, a half day's recreation the great roadway lending 1mm Mascara call over Messrs. Norman, Blackburn St. Louis, Michigan Paints, time it about so minutes faster Chltjg,. during the summer months. Two years to Aiostagauiiu. and filling the springs and Ureeu. Courier-JournaH .tl.lo, nm".S, .Cle.eland experience has proved that the men for and tiveiN. The task of killing the-- e Indianapolis and tha West. Canada, Tho Finest on Earth New t.nulafi,! wlio.e benefit the law was Missed havo maises of grasshoi)ers is no small one. The R it pscav apparently sjent their time in peaceable Imagine a district of 100 miles in cir- the onlyCincinnati, Hamilton .V Dayton R Safety Ci? Iruntraud HanJ.r ( .5.; line running Pullman' I'erlccted cumference which not long ago was Ye.tibulcd Trains, with Chair 1'ailor. and pnetimca. excursions Tho public . Philad-Harness and Saddle Horses and Vuicke.t time to Baltimore, nd Dimnr: Car service bttwetn Cincinnati, Kirks in this city and in Brooklyn have covered with wheat, tobacco ami fig and Harmd.burf, rank foil K and Chicajru and it ihe run dealer in Fancy Roadsters. been crowded on Saturday afternoons as olive trees, but now is so densely cov- nine rhrouah Urclinmr Chair Canonl) line Cin nitamonu. llKlilM.1 Shrili btwcn t,iiiiikesi I. ae to they neer were before, and the carry- ered with gntswhopiwrs that not n" single cinnati, Keokuk and Springaeld, III. andSltcping Horse. mbt and !il n 1 . er rr rriit. uar locianau ia Mir.ms and the itteeu tear, expritrn, in t isini-.- . ing of excursion boats has Iwen given branch or leaf win lie seen. For Only tf t s.MlUi. ii lor J Kr to its utmost limit. three year, u distinguished Parisian tsetwera Cincinnati, Direct Lino Tulk. De lUMon. Lima, Danker and brokers who were op- naturalist. M. Kunkel, has been studv- - troit, the Lake Regions .iiu! Canada r.llr.. haras, ran. .llh. .... he road one of posed to tho innovation when tho half ing how to exterminate the creatures. Ohioand thei onlv line the oldest in the State ol 'OLD DRIPPIKG SPRIKGS' voainra. rullman Koudoir Sleepers thr uh MM entarine; Cincinnati over j t,hattan acta. Hirsninrbin, W.r ouitnansre holiday law wns proposed have not only Tho best plan seems to If that of stamp- mites ot uouowirai k, and Irom it past rvcortl can "iinBriisirS 10 lie I pd, comIsmI and Referring to an ndiert.sciiittit ohrti apiad ville, A.hevilie, Lrnihbnrs; and pints inI theMi a become reconciled to the new order of ing the moving, quivering heaps with mot than aur its patron safety in last isssic l the Interior Journal 11 retard to thiucs but most of them now welcome the bare feet. Shovels ami other slum Ticket. n ak.ery hre, and see that thi ranting cotMsres at tl.t f Irippu . sj ring., I i.h AMDr-fi(.;vAk-)D cither the holiday with undisguised pleasure. instruments are used, but it has been mad C . H .Vor Toledo, in or out of Cincinnati, to ictorm lhaouM.i that 1:. .1. arti le appear-t; Indianapolis have again leased tl't apriugs and buildings In the down town business centers thero uoticed that the elastic layers of B. O McCORMICK. s to D G SI gbler upn sam- - ron imons ta at i.naitanocga for AUanu, ColumtW 'm g General Passcnccr and TiAt Agent, In former Issase lrteen him and jamea I.. Ion, Charlsstnii, Augusta, 1. a growing tendency to make the whole kl t?nd to robound "nfter pressure .a Briasirk, lake City, Thn, ,. Adam. M..ill of &itunlny a holiday during the sum- and only, the layers on top are crashed. DA poiuis 17- Bucklcn's Arnica Salve MAR BEI.I.E Al MS, Adtie. .. I be only I, ne running .0 . mer m..nths. Jfany Wall street brokers Large fim, have nlxj been tb but e The rit salve ia the world (at cuts, brums, Pullman Rcudatt r I'L. s ' lt d not attempt to do any business on tho dense smoke arising from the flames aores, uteri, salt rhvusa. fever tetter, cha. sunt tint nilbotit haagv 1.., ,, , 3. M. I 01c all kit. erup Pd gers or rtaggag Saturday, but take cheerful leave of is onh partly effective in prereuting the tlonshands, chilblains, corn, and no pay raquir cures piles, or and Selma and II He. t r. their offices on Friday nisht and dismiss descent of these all devouring swarms. ed. It it poitil to irive fwrlect sati.la.tior, (rttaranteed Memphi. and VHHn Pu ro 01 it SALS AND F220 3TABL5. Price 15 cents per bo. LIVB?, or Money refunded New York Sun. business cares from thiir minds until Shorte.t and UUll.f.1 t.i Ab.-- , ta.lu ., I'er sale by A R Penny, SUntord, Ky ' made ai NKW r Hijhc.tof Monday morning. A cream of tjrtcr This same spirit preSTmuRI), K rANS witl.mii omnibus tran.tei for t.a. r i. s I. ven mer.t Re vails alo among the dry goods UiiiiIkii Vim KciuMrt-'- . Tilul. all in leavening tr llou.ion, Austin, Epoch dealers. port Aug 17. Ilerr Alfred Von Kendler. who-- trial The transition from Ionic, lingering and painful All of this goes to show that the Amori TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. robust health mark, an eiKKh atckneM SPKCIAI can citizen is fully able to enjoy a holt for fraud ha .commenced before a Vienna life of thetoladi.idual Smb. a remarkable in t t AI'UAIMVi itlMMhRCIAL esent C. day when it is forced upon him bv the jury, was the head of au ohl lmnking u treauirvl in the memory and the ageui) where- tratekrs Horses and num o gbt and told The i.nlv ihro . . !'. r t lsrk.,1, .,! St grateful!) Only e( rt ,.ed in li.enr M ". house foundeil in 1700. which failetl in by the good health hasheca attaMed hor.c.n.l M11.1 t 'ire law. New York Times. Is a Candidate for Auditor of the S'atc of w iiIi.mii omiii is that o much ia heard in Hence blessed tr.,ti.ler t.,r ( ,1 I n W Xovemljer last with liabilities amonnting Draise of Klecmc itHitters So wanv fuel that they subject to the will f theDemocratu party Ai sl.n San Ai.l ma, H l'o an.l int. II, to upward of 2,:oo.oO) lloniis. owe their restoration to health to the use ol tat I'rlMito Iittlltxui Parties. Tho are troubled Great Alterative TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. The fashion of private balloon voyiiisoner. who was arrested a week after with an ducas mm Tonu If you or Storaat.li. of Kidnets. Liver If ages has taken. A company has pro- this event, is charged with appropriating of long or short standing ) ou will surely Sad t w tnpMi(n Wt desire 10 till innately our rarm of joo ..Hnnuun miriin ntftft At c xinl mm nt. d An election for 1 Hoard of Direct .is for the duced its first by use of Klcctric Hitter. Sold at so t and on r.rrrf luitlin f aerial ship as prosaically to his own usj deposits of private s Drug Store Aires, with Snr isvp,, ,mem. in biJiug hn k or jitidStanford .V Preacherswlle '1 imipike tnr the ensu- JiperbottleatA.lt Penfn'. I RANK - U UiiMi t 1 .. or firms amounting to nearly 3,000.-00dnelliog and tfood outhenis. . It 1. centrally lo- toe year will ' held in the Count) Clerk office, as if it were a summer cab. Tho aero- 6, 1870 aied hatweea stanlor.1 LaiKa.irr atMl Danville btanlcrd, Limi v ass Agt .lesit-o- n K florins. mints are careful navigators. It appears that the accused, Romnrlcnblu Kosouo. Nadar HUGH sEARGENT, Sce'y. aot injUlt mile of lltilSle Go-neighborhi.l, 5,.3t t ice President I' J t" v , makes lb was the originator of mities of pleasure who jvas of extravagant habit, liegan to Mrs. Jlithael Cuttam. I'lairbeld.,11 Khoolaaud ihur. bet near by Cm tti 11 she caught cold, which settled on statement that ) swopr. nubile, k in spac and his first and last trip, tamiwr with the deiosits in it Among her luni.':" sho as treated for a month by her J?nnnsii A. S. where Madame Georget, fjand and other tne. terstms defrauded is the head waitr family phr.ii.iaji but grew won. Ma told her nopetet victim of ton.umption and that was a SURGEON DENTIST. celebrities were among the travelers, had at the hotel where Kendler d to dine, shemedicine could cute her Her druggist sugno II. McRobertJ' a well nigh fatal ending in Belgium. and who ha given up the whole of his gested the use nf Dr King's New Discovery lor Office on Main street, over do and to I Cansumiion: she Driij; Store, Stanfcrd. That balloon hangs on the wall of his savings, amounting to over 22.000 florins. light found henMsU bought a bottle first doseher She oklI o4tf forI sale pritatel) mynear an kn wna.i'r bcneSted from Lewis un.lor.l pi ace the The accused, who is a man of 00 year--, of continued its u and after taking tea bottles she Lancaster pike and tunning li. ar! Sti hi ,i studio. Di kiii lot VUit NtAll.liCHCl1i V. now d.e i A gentleman or lady now engages a age. when asked by the president of the found berscll sound and well, he ever her Iown Cimtaming IIU Acres It 1. well in pr. - l R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. balloon ree tpsaltitiirn and t be lar.l in at as well as housework and u .i font day trip and invites friends. cotut whether he pleaded guilty, trial bottles of this Gre.it Discover) at A It Pen tivathm I all "i r a bin . n e at till .n.lcr K) A I. WIIMJ The cost is 1,000 francs; if tho trip lw tluit the facts stated in tho indict- ay'sdrefe store; Urge bottles jo. and i. DENTIST. continued during the night, said to be ment were, generally correct; Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, If sorrow could enter, heaven, if a sigh UK HI WNV up stairs Nitrous Oxide oas given for painless the most romnntic part ofj the ascension, but that. a he firmly believed nnd hoped could be heard theio, or if a tear eve the price is 500 funics more. All the he would 1k able to replace the lwrrowetl LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI erac,.ngrANFoRD( KEKTUCKYi comforts of a home are beeured in the nioney, lie did not foel guilty. T'je trial rolled down the cheeks of a g'.orifhd Dad), Secure, to Traveler., enpa ious car, and pigeons are lilnrated is the topic of general conversation in saint, it would be for lost opportunities, in the empyrean regions with quill'ail Vienna society. Cor. London Standard. for time spent in tho .neglect of Uod DR. W. B. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE dispatches for friends below. The higher which might havo been spent for Hisg! III IN. the rise the sjifer and pl asanter the trip. Troniir In flu. I'aulc Itltor. J;:r:,:;?&" -- ..-.-.- ug ry. l'ayson. -. .. .. Paris Cor. Panama Star and Herald. A few da-ago "Bert" Lyons and a he fattest tin. aads-oOffice South side Main .treet, in office recently comfofibl. aad beuce S.jl.afer 2i ari Ctia..i Fsw B vacated by Dr. 1. K. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. any Longer dozen other were diving in aout Do not Sutler r - , 'i fihis ira Adlimnetl o("riilr On ,Fpt. Knowing that a ..ough CM bo cheikel in a da) ten feet of water in the PirMaic river . F A I WOOD iron unes t denominate.! J.J ALLEN Kipiest ne .uprrb rollisig io, i. On the Fourth of July, after tho air near Belleville. N. J in rivalry as to and the first stages of consumption broken in a J give pair :.l weak, we hereby guarantee Dr Acker, fnglish nlimited Comtort ship ascension had proved a fjiilure. a winch of them should bring up the most Cough Remedy, and will relund the money to til 2 CREAT TROTTINC RACES EACH DAY, ATWOOD, Say M n.ia. get Moaon and stick to tn; per direction., and do not nd y u want to save snouey and man appraiche 1 P. t Campbell, tho in- snella trom the muihly lottom. When who buy. take It a have pleasant or S.le by A K. ten He.iJ. ri.tinii'g rat et, pen. n.e. .ml intilc our statement COrrsM. -... ,11. irifrmati n. liT.e rmA RSSL ESTETE EGEH?S. ventor, nnd said. Mr. Campbell, that it wns young Lyons' turn to plunge he ny, tJruBg.-- .. raic was an excellent nscension; allow mo to remained so long under the water that n or j l,!rr "l t Our Very Dost People W I hi .11. I ! A .1 City, Tonn. express my appreciation of it," nnd he his companions began to fear that he Connrm tnr -- iisjne say that Dr Ack. I K r J s I' ... t, tt U in every way superior m, dejiortited a penny in Mr. Camiibell's had gone down to stay, or else was gath- er1. Rn.liaii W II M Kni.I.UI '.! , .!! fill J AS. G GIP.NS. WM.AVRP.S ihmat and With parachute drcp on ih Rrt and last - rf any and all hand. Mr. Cnmptell, gravely thanked ering so many shells that tne contest luairt. In othr preparations tor the it is magic hooping cough and cn.up, tfe Fatr lum, and a second man came up and would Ihi virtually over when he reaH and reliovcs at once Wcotftr you a sample ' & on a posLarge.! pren nun list tnr o', red II til Iree Kemomber this retnedj- is sold went through tho same proceeding and noared. He came up at last, however, 1 .re iltion, ai. saie atta utr ihsn to itive guarantee, at A R Peny s. aya at Law, Attorn was followed by a third. Then they all without any shells, but holding aloft tri rcdiuci rates o 1.lra1lr.ini. M H l Dr. Ackor'a EnH"b P1U I - - Louisville, Ky. enjoyed n hearty laugh. The inventor umphantly, tor the contemplation of his , , P I fA RN, Sr rrt.-327 Fifth St., For ml head Are "HI.l'K CSItVs-t- K(JL'1'JC. ' envious friends, a sClid silver double ache,actite. effective and pure of appetite, V....J. .. ituivvu in nit- iuix-- 1:0111! aim disordered .lotuach, loss Shrcve Iluildint; "Well, you can see that I have case nltham watch and chain that he (.omplctionand biliousnss. they hate neter ieen Tho Shortest nnd Qulokont nouto from in America some cents, and before I give in I will had fished out of the depths. The watch cqualsTd either Druggist or abroad For k b Central Konttiolty to nil polnut Nortb afgfc :l R Penny, EitBt, West and South-Wenconvince you that I have considerable." had stopiKsd at 7:20 oclock. but tho A OLDFnut Line between Lexington nnd Clncln Tlio trio were That Torrlblo CoUrT. with hi re- proud finder has ascertained lint it will Ijrt hurnad oc difh ult nntl. Ia the EEETEERFORD HOTEL. ply that they apologized for' their rude- morrily resume work when tha water raising morning, tightnes ia the thet phlegm, ness and expressed their belief in him. at .ii.'lit has been pumtied out of it and itn in- pulse cluianessin tne evening orsw-tSCIIKDULKIMtPFKCTMAV , ,g, HUSTON VILLE, KY. Bnffrlo Express. ternal orgariz.ition lias been soaked for all or any of these things arc the hfir.t in;" o No J. No. a Coug' Ki No 6 consumption ui .tcke s South Iloand. ' ton days in oil. New York Tribune. 1.x Sun tWy will cure these fearful tympt. m, Iiu P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. K . Sun. Daily I'or tlio llliick Shu under a poMUvc K"""' . "' A K I'm IJrnggist. Lve CinciunaU Onr Odeen coiTesoudint telegmplw: Having lcas-I 10 a rn the above liutel.tefitted and reJ5 pn.. Olil lints. I.ve Covmrion. I at a at I furnished, am prepared to acLommodatc the pub- "The three new torpedo boats p ssj 4J p m Symptoms of Death. -Tho'Flrat .11 which Lve f almoulh. The man who was hurrying iuto the GooJ style R.itt reasonable p ra 9 41 a at v 1; li lii 4 lic In ,. ...- - in tntioli a.i.k.. A. k.il.i have lieen built in Germany for the hatters recently urns, on .itib ... Arr I'arit Livery and SampluRorn. attached III 10 IS lew p m 5 40 p m lien. innn.u.ii biwin.s. Ho parts of the body, sinking at the pit of the n in Arr Livinfti a III ,n P HI lit Uuss'an government nre to be added to wanted his old hut. "When did you ach, lots of appetite, fevertshnest, pun) ble 00ori on Lve Paris 11 so a ai, I 4J p m V the Llack ten fleet. It is not improbable leave it here'r" "I dunno " are all positive evidence of jwitoned Arr Wim.hc.ter. it J p s p m was the re- matter ir.fi.poisoned it must U Arr Hicbmond that the orte may raise an objection to ply. Thoy huntetl over a gnat pyramid to avoid now It bocumeAcker'. Knell. h l!li ll m ....' p in 40 f asi 7 . Dr death Arr Lancatler . ....... P as. the p issago of these veffc-- through the of hats and found it, labeled ni failed to remote strofulou. or ' ; Arr Sunford. n t DILLIONS SWITCH, KV. July :. hat never Sld under poaitive guarante- - at A iu K Bosphorus, although, of course, they will When tho man went out I Ku bmond Kisnns the i p w Dealer In s not receive their armaments before "That man bought a new hatter said: Arr llerea J 1 P sn ; hat here and Arr l.mnfiton 5 o pt, ;:;;"' "I" ::.. over Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps reaching Sebnstoiwl. One of the torpedo when he wont out said he would cull for One of the greatest dilliculties to ooais, mo Atner, attained a sjieed of it in half an hour. It has now lweu a fevered id. No. t. VB. 1. Hoots, Shoes, Cl thing. Hardware, v four come in bringing around over twenty six knots on her trial trip weeks. ..0.3 inu are, Furniture and a is the consuming thirst. A o throw- - away seven or eight S pa a m Tlio l.ve Livingston. .. hundred old lints every year, for which physician has discovered that tas-P- T General Line Groceries, at Cronstadt. built on Anacria and the the I.vc llerea ' Kozarky are ::... somcwhnt si;.iilar H"ai m ..... owners aro going to call Mn half an painting tongues with glycerine removes Arr Richmond. 49 Fancy C ndic, C'Ois lies, &c. li In p m All kinds of Prod e ttken in exchange for Koodj, lines to the Adler, but according to the hour.' " Lewinion Journal. miii on witii Ait .nK .. usn..1 ! itpati.li Lve Staaford .. .. 7 (3 a m the sensation of thirst. contract will not oxceed a speed of Lve I.ancatter ti c It 7 4$ a m j P. ton e, Liwngston, Ky Arr Richmond. 10 ma m twenty-onknots. London News. n. Nntiiral leu. Artldcltil Lve Richmond. .tiller' Nuncanil Liter aMllM. 10 in 10 a ir The manufacture of artificial ice 1ms Arr Winchester. o p in 7I am) An l,vi''ivory Til v il.' n Stand pi, K "Looking Backward" is beginning to been begun in Reading, Pa., and the en- live ir.iixiriiint ,tnl mwi I. thruugli net on lie In I'uilmin Hon Arr Paris p in 40 ili norvei J74la in A ni'tt bear fruit. Twelve-younLve Lexiugton ladies of In- - terprise is already pronounced a derided no, l pnnuii lt to Tliry sp. .diiy cuio binout "5 l i 7 00 am' J 45 P m ui tj.ii. Lve Parts pi. litur p'f nml ronstip.i m 8 53 a m 4 jo diannpnlis, employed in store, ami offices, success. The ice is made into cakss P I.vc Falmouth. p m 9 13 a in I 8' p m of tbin. Sph n Md for .men. mum n ami in droit rn have Sm illo.i. mi il st ti suite of twelve rooms and 100 pound's each, and is declared to Arr Covington. ir.'.t, Dilo.o'or Scuuti J 40 p m 0 35 a in 0 jo p m Arr Cincinnati J jo p m to 45 am 6 aro living on the Bellamy plan. Each of tho fluent quality. The retail price be tiamplts truu ui A It I'cntij hunlor I. 3 p m is Newport News ' pays into the treasury Mit.ittippi alley Co," K D an invaluable remedy Ilfl.t HpasttiH ti ijt-Trains No. 11 and ia run Sunday naly 3 per week, and a the same as that of natural ice. between Solid Vvetibiilpil Trains to several Had Mrs II A. nurln-- r. of Vistuiii. Iml luoo and Lexington, laavmc CimiVmi. cook is employed to prepare meals. In of the big brewing companies llioug.tnil year, it.o hi ii:n, iwen of Head- tno SICK HEADACHE, T0HPID addition each ib assessed 2."j cents for a ing havo Philadelphia LexiuBtou at , 40 p. m. and arnt e at C.ieTn.mV, ho o ll .pin's She decided to manufacture arti- thought to in noitost.ed tt at win nuiijpci pro.ir.itiuri. in ., ches, Baltimore, Now York, conti .gent fund, which is held to meet ficial ice. The Heading Brewing biick.iptic. pnlpltat nn and for y to ilzzuio. LIVER, DYSPEPSIA, PILES, nmiMiul expenses. DntheMaytvillellranch.Voo.leaves Paris at flflU tftfm a TuoUitli nvine; tieon tretil All roints Last and Si utheast Tho young ladies 8 00, a m and No. is now manufacturing artificial ice V. Only one innlit out Ir'nt Lc Kington, Mavlsville at 10 at. 11. m at JJh .Q od bv tight ilii.trl..n for v hin without tne. at in each wcok two of n MALARIA, curi'il '"t I'ml.,J..M,.... it. '.:-.-s 13 m ... .in.. t ifrnuiH C0STIVENESS, room mecouples, andpurveyors. The onlv by the ammon'ii process. New York oos, sho .i. Keslnr.itally Nertiiu.b on..' Iiot'lf Corrected lime Card in Elicit an i, 180 ..,.... ,v , a v them appointed of Dr Mlie A trial not ieiegram. 7 40. a in. No. ,j tJve. .Mivsville " ,7 . ..." .Si tloof tlii', new anil ivnmU'r'til in ilieme and at Paris AND ALL BILIOUS DISEASES. time they aro all together is at supper, "iiairr FaltTfaTT Accom. arrivesexcept at 4 15. P in. These trains are flnf ly Illu.tr.iti'il tn .iti.c ycetit A K I'etiny uany Km .Hints l'rnlrli Clilr!ti.. cs STATIONS Daily Dally :?unilav. but they are contented and enjoy their Druj Mnro. ulia n cotumein.s .ttul tfuji.iutout No runs daily from Lexington Kxprets. Kx Sun Kx Sun. Young prairie chickens are beginning ' w.y of living. Sold No 4j leases Leximrtan n JL ,...to .'".'".." . Lc Stanford ia 31 n'n j a; am ta ji n'n 10 to ronm about here. So ravenous have .an. J? .tlitrvultMiH iCticItir.tiicc. im: .,-.- .. .S.m.Cr s' 6 '" lw 11 " ,,;xln,8to" am 5 jopm Tho vnst amount nt l.itmr perfornexl by the A reinnrknblo freak of lightning wns they become that nearly every gentle7 "" r"", 4$ pm o iopm ;.",,",' koep heart nil pi rti 'i. ot (lie bodt upv junvtiVM. No. observed near IMartin's Pointc S. C, man who goes outside of tho city limits piitKi witnuioo ni is not gum r.illv Known, it twin " Mt. Sleilmj. .. 7 J" 1' t a) pm 7 iopm ... 7 r,avot Kalmoiiifi r,nm,.n' """ mcin B.rj.iI.T"i; gunwiv lately. A negro woman was sitting 111 for a wall: carries a breech loading shot liKi.UXJtiniHs and foroi'a tho lilnml iho r.itu ol " .MorelioaU I 19 p, . 4J pm 9 at pm - 17" '.O'l tiiit). .runs fetavMs M B iin ..uics..o No daily between Lexing aluv. ' Olive Hill gun to protect himself, and is. frequently S IMi.smO l"u in vflilrlilt 1 'Oitisl mtutlnuh anil ton nml Uinciti nati. 3J I'm h' r h mv with " &L U" fT LVs M S f lift time No tvondor thire child in her 4S" Ashland 10 30 pin J J5 I'm Cincinn.. ,.t Lcxington ' run. daily .twtco " Catlctt.lmrj... lap Her husband was standing on the comiielled to kill largo numbers in self nre v many Honrt Fnlluros. The llr.t 10 43 pm i jo pm W. I 6DvijTiags,iSw Not a ana 6 nuke connections at Vinpheai. syinplotns " lluntink'tsii li ui u 11 07 pai 6 as pm! The bite of a prairio chicken elsni. imtnnre bliurin .mm atoinni'li, when ovor Mite of the room. A thunder dofonse. lorirointsonthe.V N ''I'M'-it- e M V Itv In thu hie tlutteniiL', 11 30 aru Lve.lliinlliiEloti IMPORTANT sTn n a a! thln wutt iu progress and a stroke of causes an ugly wound. North Platte rhuMnjr In lhrt.oi.ir'.'.iii ilion follow wonS, Arr Cli.iilc.loa X2) 5.1 am kaSl 11 1. s..n-Imrtjrv or .inoili "fi r Dn oVpasSj nnkie, " Clifton 1'r.rge. ... 7 J -llKllt.llIlg uetvCtillded lltlOIl tlm linnei. Ueu.)inuune. V.nViT ", f,"! "" i CO"net,i0"' l' ? IT A .PEC Fie etc Dr Fran I; in Mm'.' Ni-wi The IlKaltT cciie ' l.yiichtHirR 11 45 am " Si.ilii A. K I'i thu oi.!y tvim-il. " Cliuriottrsville thildwHa instantly killed, its 10 so am The CkmtiIiiI. nrougn tickets and baggage " Washington. - 3J Pi fatally, shocked, destination reached by a railroad. checked 10 Forty bodies were taken to " Italtiinore pm 3 5 A lloon to Wived . w. ... ,.arnciiMrs auuress any while the mother was not injured or Friday, and the number is the morgue ' Philadelphia agent ol ik. n 61$ pm extraordior would not llaviiie used "Mother friend," " New York o pm even bhoc'ketl by the stroke. 9 be without it It is boon to wives who kuotr nary. Thirteen wore trom Bellovue W. L MU.NSON. 'Irav Pr... " Klchmond, Va. j 40 pm ..ordeal of they mu.t .7-- i i!.' .:'nc.n"au- S. F. II. Oldl'ointComfort hospital, eleven from tho institutions on childliiith pass through the painful Write the Mrs. C. Mcliurjfc. Iowa. ' yorfolfc..... A little child in New York, in falling fir TA.KtN ourihb CHAHGt Qr Ward's and Blackwell's islands. tix from llr.tdn.-l- Kuctilator C., Atlanta, O.1 for turther O. II. "- iiUNllNOroN, out it a. second story window, grasped tho Foundling and Cen'l I'rains luavine; Lcxmin at u m hospital, and the others pi titulars. Sold by all DriijSitts. TO"WOMAN'wiv;My two puiows mat were airing on tho sill, pm dally, except Sunday ernnect it and 3:30 J300K GKNERAL OFFICF from police stations and persons too DRUNKBNNESS-THfor Kichniond, Ky. and pouts on the K. C. K. MRADFIELD REEUIATOR CO. ATLANTA EA. and liamber a LIQUOR when she btruck tho ground tho pil E Comtiicrcelluilding. Cincinnati, O. aCLBBYAUMLfCllTl. poor to bury their dead. New Limited lows win- underneath her nud she esall tho World there Id but one phia, W Vestibule Kx frt in NewVnrk. Philadel.ishmgionaud all oinU Kast, atrivct at cure, Dr. Haines Golden Specific. caped injury. Tho place where sha fell Lexington St infnrd n ;;ng. 4 47 n m daily cup of It an mail from liuhinond, Vs., and all points was paed with cobblestones, and if the The accounts of n pill maker who has tht 1.110 be a veil in a person tea or coffee althnut taking it, effe title a enst, Httniitigtoii, W a, and all Inal .tations arlrdi;. of til' .h:tn,.t .. child had not fallen on the pillow sho just died in England show that he has speed) and permanent cure, whether the patient rives Lexincton at u 40 noon dail except Sun- oJwSStZu'zzr. ..d per. mission, at nil ... h l.i ,""'. """ a iuo.ir.ic drinker or an alcoholic wreck day. Stanford 11 37 p m '"iot full kWlttsPCSa cr losror?AIU"(J wanhoopi would probably have been killed. been spending .'0o,(W0 a year for adver' "'"c TJ " he m m j-1 f ' aua a.aa iwuo xix.xiii,ii xi have been cured who rn r est exte..rof ib Tnmitands ol drunkards Accommodation from Olivellill and intermediate " JiKneu. Ejects IiT37WtWeknjiiof BodyandJCind, Youccr. tising. His heiis, however, aro finding have taken the OoldengeSpccitlc In their coffee Huiova, tj. f r m n, vi itituiyuiiu, rvy., unu points oil rflnTUiJllllof Errors or Sxcaise In Old or . believe theycaii icy arrives at Lexington a '10, an llie rt, S rur i.nui.niM. 1.00 AN. nm A bicycler recently rode down Mount no particular fault with this extrava--rnuc- without their knowled, and IleSiut, Aatle at.tH(M)ll rail Hettared. Hsw to esltret a?J daily, iOS, AI)AMS cp4it drinking of tneir own freewill. No harmful ce,)l Sunday v surer fiusnaaa, caiv.u9rsaiutM4aaaar-auiMuStanford 10 n m. tlUUi. yashington, making tho journey about as he leaves nn estnf.i vnlm.ii nt- ctlect results from its administration. Cures guariS.tlul.lF aufUH.f HoMK TKE.TatJlT-tUatIs a star. He sure ticket read read via N, K &.M.V irwai eight iniles-- iu an hour and without ac- Km OfiO.O00-- all duo t pills and adver- - anteed.n Send for circular and full particulars Ad. ur.,r.. i. ..eripll.t Beok u"?iiAi.fe?);.N' thos'cCa,iUlCKEK conti Irnre O01 nit.v Si'KOHc" Co., i8 dress S. F. n. MORSE, G. I' A , Cincinnati, O. "esse fcrtlt HacoStrcet, Cincinnati, O "AMILTO.V M C Semi-Week- ly 1 oiKH-ntioI -1 InteriorJournal s r,-- ( , 9mW:S 110 - I ' C. I. CBOW -- 1 1 .1 WEMzmd 111 1 o)Mte&Jto5V MWWAlZm w-A- Z& t. 5- nniu-emen- 11 Couricr-.Ioutna- l. C. T. I SA-LNTDIDG- E, Slee-pm- ! wnn. I York, Itoston, li 1 1 1' 1 h .'! t tted -- 1 I OTW "" iIDHUIJaM - 1 , 1 I I grass-hopiwr- 11 ess-tam- ed - ) .11 , , , POWDER Absolutely 1 lit-ht- .n, , uurcK, . . . . f I . L, 1 Moiila-rioier- t I 1 ,"nt'"" I , RICHARD WARREN Ken-tuck- v, 1 hr.t-cla- t. t'. , Ie-- - - , . 1 . ELECTION NOTICE. Seplt-uibcr FARM FOR SALE. 11 re-h- a a. ..... ( ter-on- W - 1 0 rt -- ( 1 I Dr. PRICE, ltl. m-e- w . 1 Farm For Sale. 1 tr-- I 1 h- XKW FAST MAIL I ! PENNY, BOURBON F1IR:, . , 1 Dculist. co-m- rui -?- s sl 11 '".". T','""l . o- ALLEN& Johnson H X. 1 r . I . Two lialloou Ascensions! Jr I . 1 K 1 -dr r AYRE3 GtVENS. not-ti- e - Kentucky Central R.R. S ! , v - 0 101-y- r -- nm- r: - tHsspitx.- a- t. - 11 kt-n- i- nt- , ' 1'li-et- d I first-d- a, I'.-.- ut .., S.M . I F-lt I 1 OS) SB C H cr. hi. EEiXjTonsr Queens-ware, J0p 1 ! 1 JK MiJM) ui -- 1 -- . pn-tie- North-llou- a 1 -- well-know- of ". 4 .1 .:r 'p 1 -- t - $4? ivy e Joss Thompson, I 1 I . g . ( 1 OLD KY. A-- E0UTE 11 -- 4 1 . . Is for . Cim-inna- no-Mi- l ( Washington, i 1. com-I-an- y il-i- " ' ".J'-rlvIn- g - j. -- 11 Evorywliora. 1 -..... .- A. 111 - ag-BrntLD- S s 1 I nati-cc.- 111 - -- .,.. - 11 ' 111 .1 11 JF jfTiV .MENSTRUATION uc Mmm -- npnill tTr ". .j iTRn -- A-I "nu . 1 ! Im fa-thr- Mot-Kil- e 1 111. pru'ko'and'te 1 MC-RS- P'-tra- iK-rh- ,. 1 .1 l. -, , - XKe-Pros- 't 1 1 11 Wir-hcs-t- ar HAD-T-I- n - York-Time-s. F9B MEN ONLY! r tsmass-- .11 POSTED. "e-u- "J 11 V -- - i y e. - 1 11 t.... r i::itifr"!ue.) ati - BfeNuuis