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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890090501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. $'" Semi-Weekl- y i Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1800. J. OTTKNHKIMKR, New York ) VOL. XVIII. M. NO. 54 T. R CARSOX, Cincinnati. J. IIYtUUS, Crab Orchard, Ky. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Dealers in Improved Farms.Timber, Coal & Mineral Lands in the Southern States Offices: Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky., and No. 2 Hroodway New York. Wc bejj to inform ihe public that we have formed a co partnership for the purpose of transacting a General Land Business. Parties wihliinj to dispose of their Lands will do well to communicate with us, giving We will adveitise extensively all lauds that are placed in our hands for sale. full description, price and terms. FRANK MAMMON not boon good for the last year, but he JAS. g. oivkns the Golden Coast. DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. : Willi rimsii r.rmfiiwk.1 '!H). tn liia rrtnm Itti t AaiOVA, AllC. GIVERS Mr. John M. Owens was proeweuted -I- rish potatoes are not quottM l.y the ahmt H All persons that know themsilves indebted to e vmk molJti Dkau Ixtkhioh A" I wrote up moat the Dix River. Whre 'ak ,V Garrard Couuty heie, the price is 40 cents a peck for the fair up to the time of his f r whipping fl loy in lus school ami the REAL ESTATE. sickness of this route pretty thoroughly last bushel Turiipikp fur subscription. nr n londsmen or f(r ae was tried on last .Saturday ami ho. sprine, I will touch on only a few points anil scarce at that. will come and the success of it was in a great mens-- - KeiltllClwV. toll, expense ot forward mil settle without ffiiliR tn 1 his i.sn ess most be settho a ouit was ni'iuUtctl. The newly elected omoore for the ure credited to him. Mr. Meyer was a' tled at once From lontavi!lu to St. Louis I of thu now. C M. SI'OOXAMORE. Prwldelit of oiriee Monday good was it called county took their oath There bcu"ht ' 4 citizen and will be much missed in Town Lo,V ,CoaU ,ron nJ r,Btr mine over the Air Line, to Kansas City on Commission, CorrtH,ndeiue " and have entered upon thftir duties. nil (soldiers belonging to Wolford's the town and county. The funeral ser solicited by the splendidly eqnipjunl and I Quarterly moeUnu will he held at rices were held at the residence Thurs at IJberty. on bat Monday, for the ,ll(l, fliliHI.,n ifc A ltntl ati.l fwn titni-havine a lennion. Duties on by m" the Santa Fe. and up to the pre, '" Danv," KOUSS FfiP hi.. Lot on Main Street in Lfit al C?ab Stanford sailed tlitt writer a ay lfore they came out we are on time to a ' cemeteiy. dot something Hut we wero inform-- e Contatmn: side. t full conclusions. acrei. unusual for A Home anil L"t, c ntntm of i' Acres, trains. HUSTONVILLE. The Koyle Countv Tenchers Insti- tliit a committee of arrangements wns at Crali Orchard, Ky , anT kirnw n as the SU- - Tormi eaty T R WALTON', Stanford. ctJMkluul nt'flf it tttiLt of Kniiiia rit " t mi property, one Mock from Depot 'I he house " ip!...ntedaiid the th day of October, tuto will be hehl atPerrvvllle.bealnnins Mr. John Dinwiddle has purchased c ntJiiu tix opaoous rooms, one lattice portn, one and Uavinj; mrly I .i' ,..,:.,.,,., open porch und portico, v ith all necetiary Is was the time appointed for the HARRY A. EVANs, of Mis. Adam Woitxel her house and lot no chance to see the numerous Stnnfonl Cill onorac'dren D li. r.Jn.nton, ami Liberty the place selected. W. C. (irinstond will conduct it. Cnh Orchard, Ky., r me at l'ineville, K ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, in town and will move into it in a people now living there, I would have -t SAMIEL BLAIR. M 1. -- The Casey Institute John A. I'r.dl, of Lexington, who rebeen n'lnd to meet. Kausns City is a STANFORD, KY I.ilMTty on last Monday ami cently purchased .Indue M. J. Durham's Arch Bailey, an aged darkey, with a wonderful tow n and wonderfully built. 1inm .in Ilrnrifiuni inriviiit ill liiht ititintKnl & ilnys. The exeicisoa were Engineerinpf and Surveying in clean democratic record, died a fuw days Tho two printi- - Don't think there Is a street which is week. The family consists of himself, writ-- nnd instructive. I hate finish. m n w Saw Mill on the Somerall branches. ago. Peace be to the old man's ashes. straight for a dictauce of half a mile. miles Irn'n Stanfuril and am prcnired set pike ..il umrlta In tint unrk. Prof. J. C lltu-lwife, son and daughter. No seat on the throne, it matters not to furnish 7 any kind of Ll'MIIER. HlNI.LEl, is in n rnli. Kven in the Dr. S. P. Urnnt is the boss urape man how lofty, umii and Prof. W. K. C. WriKht, seemed Kvorybojly Ac ,jit LOW'ESJ 1'KICI.S Iwillieil the lumis too high for him. I oura .tT up ru mm... o onr "' ber at the mill or deliter. to suit purchasers. One Uhaveaninsplmtlonforthe work and towII. iit. lft9r,l dlfferviit yarle-ti- e M AVWOOD, KV me a trial I'astoth.e, Christian College opened Monday I'"" t " to say that 1 was on the nm, mg flRcke(, R000 bunc,,e, tbls inspiration ajipenrtHl to bo imrted A I!. UAhTIN with 54 pupils, S of whom are boarders nt et 1 ,h,8BV8he expect9 to reduco km.lre.1 minds. In theilosing oxer- at the College. The entire number has I was at Soclock ,,Ls vuriutio, u,n,,out 12 or 15. front room In the corporate limits cf Rowland lw the following rosolutlon. Mvru " Y street-cabeen augmented considerably and there FA?.M AT BAP.SAI It seems Sfl H J DARST, Rowland. w JolI.,0 iulnr our a lopted xU '1'1 the are now 75 or SO learning the idea how' w 0ttt " MWC surgeon, has concludtMl to We. the teachersof Casey county, hav , phv9ic!nn and to shoot nt that institution. On Recount of continued bad health, I desire to of ntch.wny he was hammering or. it and swear-- j in the ,ng II 0llll.,nnutl Blul Ieft for that farm of 30 Acre of - ing nil the while wns almost enonsh to June Hooker has been running the Und pmately my in fine state ot fertility ould ... .. , , ers institute, ami hating received thereat a bargain, i MT. VERNON, KY. l.O' with improvements one " u, : much pleasu.e and protttahle ...for- bank alone for the last month and has fe" 300 acres Sffintnrrt 9t.il tht lavlnty nfitlon frtrm th ,h1. After half an hour or mile &fStifh nf . pnse to his fnemU. as they thought he proven himself . be it , This old and luniiou. therefore Hotel.'is still maintain the fine business man be i superb. There are all of the ntteasary im tlio ,last I , leflnt of for sooU, having built That we tender looitml five provements, including a Huuuu. 1. J. C. Haeluintn and our him he wnsst.ll hammering andcursing. is. Considering the great amount of rooms and hall, a larse frame dwelltns ot all in; its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe W. basement barn, and anks to Profs. cial attention to the traveling public. wllieh c06t uu t"r r M. AI.KTP.II v.f,ii,.r.l business done bv that bank it is remark- - buildings nevs III further information, appl tu I C Wriglit and other otllcers for tbeli Aa all the many railroails centerins in At. P NEWCOMB, Prop., i. i, (W,iiw, 41.rtw, 3 T able how one man could attend to ull of KttnMa. CUv ,m ,Illo lll0 VnUitt n,, lAi..n . our behalf Mt. Vernon, Ky, ' cause he will have a larger field to woik . due to j That our tlwnks areand iratraeftj . w,,sl . on . f,,ie .. it. ,,rt'81 0M , taii.ll..nl and other boat, m lin,i ujl b butter remunerated for his A party from this place, composed couunenu u w a wouuer to mo services. f r their Klit and curefiil aUutloo. al-of Sire. Jennie Carpenter, the Slisses We otter for sale pruattly 0.11 firm known n wnere oucn a stream oi pjpie, oc may u , t.i nihiT citiiftin of the town und oui nuK from Huston A report was circulated hero thu lat- Carpenter, of Missouri, and Slessrs. J. H. he lie Ttf. A.'iWi pljit, We want to sell our Farm prisale'y It has 106 ti,L P An tk. I.ht.frt uiutv gfiierallv, who have roinbin! always He seen there, Is going. fi,..,.. .. .. ...I ... V.ll! II ubhle, Lincoln county Call on address near ...J ter Hirt of the week that a young mnu of Cook, Ivddlo Powell and Calvin Carpen- ,.VU .... .11... . UI t . III. illlU .. ..II WJlCItrU .rr.t Acres in a fine state ol cti'tisotion orarc! lies us at '.if t n icier mir institute both pleoaant V.tlllM .f U .Cil In Western Illinois, Missouri and en or address ut at iliistxmllt, Kv Hubble, Ky this place had married in Imliannolis, an iirofltnble. ami HEKKIN'G .V MKNEFEE. JOHN ELMS, . our thank-- t especial-- I Kaunas the early corn is an entire failure which prove! to be only u joko. The ter joined a crowd fiom Danville I hat we tender MARY KLLIS took In the sights of .Mammoth Cave t Miiws Amanda stone and Claia and the late will hardly make a half marriage was reported in one of the daiugl.uw for their many plensaut aoiiga. crop, ow ing to a drouth lasting from thu HOUSE, feel a I J Sf iss Pearl Tabler and J. W. Pulliam, I hut we heliew the general welfare middle of June to the same time in Ait- - lies and should think the couple F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, little mortified about it. Sure enough n pension agent with headquarters at safety of this nation demand uuiver guai n i. h.h uiai r.ansa larin- - tw jok) W((8 Wlrriw, tQO fnr The most rjui education. desire to sell my farm of about y acres, situLondon, - - - Kentucky. That we extend our kind rerds ers win itnru rum lor inei ims u mier fun aHut it was tltat some of the boys Washington, were married at Sliss Tab- ated about iV; miles north of .Stanford on the I have mo ed to my new Hnteljsnd nm better le r's home at SIcKinnoy, Tuesdhy after- Hush llranch ptte, opposite the old church There ,u - wiheH to our sitprintmiul, More rain than usual has fallen in are about 50 acres in balance the public. here were looking awfully blue, thinking noon. The Hustonville scribe tenders of the farm well ret wheat and rye; thedwelling prepared than ever to ' ( Mt'liath, whtve term ol omee has (.rood timothy Good Lis ery attached and esery convenience deand the grass and little corn and thev were left. In rooms and Micften and splendid a'tii'-s- t fxplrvMl, and wieih him enoce tltn linnm-- f " ,ouriivtttt wau.redand fenced. a I'osstssion new sired. Gnc me a call. Sincere COUgmtUlAtlOn1 tO can oats crops are much better than common77 FRANK RILEY. Rev. Grose Alexuudor, who has been f'.f future. beehenimmeslutely. For particulars, so u J. P. a copy of these teeolutroin and ly. Some of the latter crops are just be- filling the pulpit at the Methodist church pair. That Hailey, Stanford, or write the nndersicned at . . E. withers. Ihe Colored is progressing nice - Cincinnati, Ohio, G. A. BENEDICTS CO., nayiiuphwof the piwewiinjn of the ing harvested, while others are too green lieM-n- t to the Liberty PreM. the yet, strange as it may seem to Kasterners. this summer, in place of Uev. Pearce, ly and President .Minor is bearing . Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, preached his last sermon Sunday. He the honors of his otlice with profound .A Sl'LENIlIU Intlhiiiii Joikxm. and Danville Ailvo-- It is interesting to watch the wild and his littlu sou, Clay, left Monday for dignity. With a good show of stock, itf fur publitnition. TANKORD, KY. which grow in such profusion Cincinnati, where his boy will be treat:,-:j. ;;::;::-;.:;-; Kns Wkmk. manWells drilled to order and Pumps furnished at all over the weetcru country. A long the ed for deafness. Mr. A. bos endeared propitious weather and judicious Mms vll ik Uoiujbk, Com. factory prices. j3 AT PRIVATE SALE NIlss l'" u. rich Kansas bottoms they grow nearly as himself to tho people and church during agement the enterprise promises to pay Miss J ha H. Lm k, its stockholders a neat dividend. To close apartnsrship our but his stay here by his untiring work for large as the domestic t offer at t.irmot James Phillips, living between this they dwindle in siae as the land grown the church and his excellent sermons ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. MT. VERNON, place and Junction City, got "boosy" .m poorer and drier until they are no larger All hope to see him return soino time. I am well prep .red to bore wells nnd will do and took a nap on the railroad track this Nearly Five Hundred Acres, ,uire Kirby and Misi P.iyne elop-- t than the w ild daisy of Kentucky. They the work in a koh1 manner and prompt) During fair week Priced McMurruy, side of the latter place Tuesday night. Near Mooreiulle Washington count j. 1 Jellico a few days since. are as great a nuisance to Western farmAt One Dollar a Foot. tailors, issued o.OOO tickets and had them A freight came along at the most inop- - This r arm is ntuitcd on the turntuke leadinir -I- tindolph P'ltry. who was arreet-- d ers as the iron weed is to thoe of tho number locked up in portune time and knocked him down an 'rom ,"e",J'e to Chapim and is ahout 10 miles Call 011 or address me at Stanford, Kentucky. hero bst wuek for killing Mitchell, at Ktist. targe herds of cuttle and sheep, numbered and one L.T SMITH. from Springfield, from 5 imles a safe. They gave the others away to embankment BOIlie lo feet. Mr.UlgO tO Irom Valle Hill, 7 miles on the Uoomheld, between a depot ( .rbm, was rele.neil on ;l..VW hail. railroad in fine condition, are grazing all along "nrdstown and Springfield, and about an hour's Hon. U. C. Warren was here Wed- the railroad in New Mexico and Arixma anybody and everybody, advertising 8.1), ttlO IOS3 Ot OUO hatUl n.i.l ll portion run ftom LouilwUe fhcretson theFarm aBood their business and saying they would of All Arm f ere all the injuries lie BU- comtortable house of , rooms, the main builumj;, well pleased with the ami I should judge that the cattle-menesday. He is a brick, basin; burned a jear or so a;o and ail . give a S10 suit of clothes for the holder taiUCd. prospects of his candidacy for auditor. u nreciiarr farm buildings, coiisistin of stables, will have a much more prosperous bu?Sy house, ' cnbi, Branary, iinnte Nelson Slay has provof the ticket. Sir. "Wnltmi's Vmw KrnrLSS." ns loar poultiy house and yard and house, large tobacco E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor Mr. Mat Dellord, toarhor of comtwo than usual this year. ac- en the lucky man, he holding tho ticket old Bro. Boglechristened it a few years Darns, a cikhi Dcrtlun ot tnis land is in blue mon nchool here, has resigneil on I had prepared myself for a hot and grass, timothy an I closer and lias a bruntilul supwater, well lount of ill health mid Miss Alice Lewis disagreoable ride through this Territory 1,372. Mr. Slay will have this made lor before ho wont to his reward, has resum- ply of pastures and fields; anddistributed in the Is'o Hotel In Kentucky has 1 better reputation, the is in a ed its old run between Stanford and this different of cultivation. In short.it whole highly and its proprietor is determined that Ins been engaged to teach tho remain-K- r and New Mexico, but it is about ns his wedding suit. good state is a shall be maintained Evangeline, Jake Huguely's place and once a week a trip is made be- productive Farm, which the crops of grasses, of the term. as any part of the journey u pleasant on yearly attest It age at tween those points. Your correspon- urain and tob.tcco grown thatit Washington coutmis that won the stake for that an incontrovertible Uct Mrs. JnuiesT. Hnckley, of Lincoln, decided improvement on the weather in selling 35 to has e He has recently added to Its appointments und Mrs. J. P. Cayce, of San Autonlo, Kentucky when I left; ami I haven't the Lexington fair last week, has been dent has the honor of wearing the brass- - lands lands beenlike emiracter jo per cent, cheaper 01 a nun any other part ot reported as sold by bun for sS.OOO. The buttoned Uniform and expressman's cap the State, nnd this his undoubtedly been due to Mr Texas, were visiting their brother, been troubled in the least by dust, even the fact that the county has been without railroad deand asks a Sllliro Of the public patronage. lacihtles. until the past to years. No county in Limes Mnret. at this place, during the whore it seems never to have rained. trade was made, but was afterwards ,he Sta,e t?"e fin'f cattle, clared otl'by the purchaser. Afterwards week. They left Thursday for their sole Livery Can't account for that, except on the hy- ho was ottered by the same man through neim.uiut.r iiuii. nnvthiuz entrusted iu gtam of tobacco Our""",reason for olfering to A First-Clas- s Mrs. Hackley had not is to close his Care . Will be delivered at your door ll this farm good Kind, our partnership, and to a To accommoda'e the demands of his increased homes. pothesis that everything is in the nature . man wanting well located, at a low t acBest turnouts furnished treeOl Charge. been in this county since lb5. Mies of a surprise in the far West, tast night other parties $7,500, which he did not price and 011 good firms, e will sell the cheapest transient patronage. fariuin Kentucky. No use to go Vest, and you'll Commercial Travelers and others. If nothing huppens to her she is Miss I.UCV Alcorn left this week to say so, Mollie Hurdett. ot Lancaster, is visiting was really cool, and, with all the cur cept. sshcnviuscc this land. To About enter college at Oxford, Ohio. Mrs. J. mi'jht want this land wc will say that parties whoit is suicepfriends here. Mr. liillatiu Ilobbltt, of windows down, I slept comfortably un- good for $10,000, as she has proven . ... . .. ... auu we win sen 10 sun nurcnascr. iioie out this senson. ! the best Watson, Col., is on a visit to the family der n blanket. h. UUltinan ntUl .MISS Anna lieill are Call uiuisisiun place or address us at Moores- on us on the A C TAYLOR Ground wna broken for the new with Mrs. Dr. Drye and Miss Lizzie at illi, Ky. Miss Ida Adams is visitof Dr. Hrown. It is a shame to this country that the I will pay a Reward of Fifty Dollars for informathis place Slonday Lexington. Mrs. Maggie Carpenter is ing relatives in Lexington. Mrs. Win. selling of whisky is greater than all oth- .Methodist church at tion on conviction of any unauthorized person Knox-vdlis o'oclock. The occasion quite sick and so is Mrs. George Wright. morning at Blue-G-rassFar- m Weber and daughters returned to er busiuess combined. In nearly all the was celebrated by a short service on the Found Cutting Timber or DamMonday. They spent the summer Keid, whose palatial resitowns there nro more saloons by far than spot; singing nnd short address by the Miss Jennie aging any Improvements FOR 8ALK Mrs. Weber's fathborders on the Casey line, is with at Mr. 1L Carpenter's, stores, and there is uo doubt that the pastor, Iter. K. II. Peaice. Judge M.J. dence On the followins nronertv: Mrs. J. H. Hrown, of Will Hull-ma- Wishing to quit 'f.irmmj, will utfer foi sale 011 The (arms at Highland known as V A. Cash's. Misses Cook this week. er. Mr. and former are well patronized, us It doesn't Durham and George D. Malmu, grand-sou- s the the (iremises, on lim Hutchison . George Ilaiijrh's, Hastin Heirs', is holding down a responsible posiarrived Tuesday. Miss Lena Now-- matter how poor a man is, he'll spend H P Yotiny, I S Young's acre place, W. Terof the pioneer preachers, Durham tion in tho C. S. car shops in Cincinnati. has returned, after an extended his last dime for whisky. It is a wonder .mib Oct. 1890, ry's, Wm Long's W Ilutchisen's 40 acre farm, At Cox's (.ip organized tho first Miss Dollie Williams has gone to Lexvisit to relatives in Garrard, Lincoln and there are not more Accidents on railroads and Clarke, who more tracts, my farm in Lincoln Co , Freeman and K K.llarrrn's timber tracts on Huclc In one Creek, 307 acres, John 'lurnbull's, 517 acres, John of Louischurch 100 years ago, cast tho tirst dirt, ington, where she teaches music in Ham- situated ornear the Danville A HuMonsille Boyle. Mrs. Charles Turner, lluchanan's, 302 acres, M.J. Harris'. 90 acres, I!, than do occur. The great majority of and then began tho building of tho miles from Shelby City and containing 3 powers', too .acres John Andersons, 14 acres, College. ville, is the guest of Miss May Adams. railroad men drink, nnd it is not likely church, which tho congregation think ilton Wash Harris' 527 acres, Freeman , 800 acres, begau hero Monday. Circuit Court Kolui.soii Mill tract, I Tchin's farm. Ilryant About Acres. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. that they are ahvuys sober when on Knld'sf..rm, Jool Petrey s firm, A Goocn's larm, Among, tho cases disposed of up to and duty, tho' thoy ought to be the hoberest will be finished in about a year. I call say without hesitation that this is natu ral W Collins farm, on Glade kidce fooacres, HenStanwood, of this city, followland Sliss Slary David Burge, of Madison, and Miss ly one ol the best bodies offor jo in the county, ry Millar's, J90 acres, Heurv Millers, 413 acres, including Wednesday, were the of till men, having, as they do, so many and having been "nursed years, is in conbterhiii II ireh's, ai' a res, D 11, Kdmiston's and Sir. Frank Smith, of Ohio, will be Mary J. Sprat t were mairicd at dition to produce the heaviest of creJ crops, tract, Strode' House, CitURenear depot at Crab ing Thomas Uoio for killing A. (J. T. H. W. lives in their bauds. while its capacity is unsurpassed Ot hard, Hotel, Cott i;e andStrehouse at married at the bride's home on Slain yestentay. at Conway, this county, three years and generally ktioivn as sucn m tnc J Ol IKXHMMF.K, od. There are Lut 30 acres; now uiulir culti- street next Wednesday morning at 10 t z m Agent for Owners. two years in tho peniYesterday at Mr. J. L. Pettus'. Mr, Colorado democrats have indorsed since, was given Af uii-i-i l .1. ..l.. .. .,. ui sVluttw ntnat Intl. .1. F. Cummins and Miss Ida L. Pettus lidlun. the balance nlUet in by creek andtimoth uiuiJk O ClOCK. will bo remembered that Chief Justice Fuller for president. JlIiyillo vt ell watered er tentiary. It lies closer Is . Js They failing springs. The fencing has all been re el viwere united in marriage H.tkcr had jokingly remarked about the Frank Kimball, absconding teller of m.ito friends will be invited. within the lait it months and tury field and ys- imdpiri train for Cincinnati ' T.011.MAS Cain, twice a widower, ami Lture has water in it The dwelling n bUo of a largo wooden button on Hosa's the Worcester, Mass., Hank, was arrested leavo on tho tlrst , e 111, p.mir-and killed in Now York us he stepped from the will remain there for a few days and will 35 years old, obtained license yesterday two story irarae wandrtK.,,,w, nun uiu tw. n , trostt el' portne-coat, when the latter shot t'-stc e rooms There him, Efclu Laugford, a boy, was lined deck of a French steamer. He returned go from there to London, O., to visit ami nsirrii.il .ussuue uaints, a lass nf dry cellar iUBti room forl heaj , r'e ..OClC ,. ip, p"..ltrs 'i ale wheal Mu. toil months' imprisonment for to this country because the woman with his relatives. They will locate in Geor- lb summers. and six . it hoi'e t cribs, c image hc Miss Mary Wilmore.of Nicholasville, pit, 3Com , having handed a pistol through tho bais whom he ran away came back, mid he gia, where Sir. Smith has work at pres jrooa orchard and estry .mti ' i aia.l u I'.i tenant house of 5 or rooms engineer and is said to our young people, was hv and chur he. and iiulib coi.Vc'n . tschnnlr' c tho jail here, some months since, to was nipped while she was kissing him ent. He is n civil into .i u 'i nt to be a gentleman of the first type. Sliss married Wednesday to Mr. Gaines Itice, Al the same time I will alu one of his friends; Hoveral lines have on the steamer deck. cousistiui; of and ct..c. railk h as agent of the C. sV O. at LextUKtou. The cases, Heatty ville is to have another bank Slary is one of our most accomplished and butcher Muff; alto my entire fc been imposed In whisky ana pistol HERD OF POLLED ANGUS CATTLE, been continued until T,)0 pflrmurs Hank of Beattyville will bo well as ono among the prettiest girls of ceremony was performed at Covington. Hoveral cases have llirty head, from aged animals down t suckour city. Kor. K. II. Pearce perforins HUSTONVILLE, KY. ling. They are ''daisies,'' aud uo mistakr One (Jeorge A. Buckel, a pair work mules, t saddle frlding ; . tho ceremony. ...., .. BAine mil in to .lairutnra - ,,.,., o- -. IOr IiaVHIK..,..... is!" liujomuiu uuin 111 Jewel; t yearliuc stud saddle ..... secre Louisville man, was drowned intheObio colts by marc by 4Second bruod isurc. with colts Arc still the the business and ready havedoa anyHIlllWH'""'- ilullUSt lil.!..-- .. ....!.. .1.1 una ..!.: John SI. Sleyer, thing iu Undertaking line. We Hamlet; choice full ovor nnd Killed iujnii wi oumu jram our wcaiiiiicni ciiieeua, uuiiuiuuuu t...L stock of Cases and Caskets of atl kinds and Robes while bathing. by llashford and Imp London; 1 bsxm! uiu crop., faruin; uten- of every description. Our hiarse, which is nearly The numnor 01 auuuicja m Among there was busiuess enough here lor two tary ol the Fair Association, ol thiscoun ii and a stock ho;s. ,,,.;, is not so huge as iuii.nl. Tlio 8call'old of a build mg at New- silshead of lot of plun ferall the new can be obtained on short notice Mr. J. B. subscript ty, died at his home on Broadway Tues so ho At ouco started Green has charge of cur business and will show Term Uneral and ma ' known on day ol sale. - Orleans fell, killing tlireo carpenters and notice Sir. J. U. laxton. banks, day afternoon at 2 o'clock, of a complicaour joods to any one needin? anything in our P. Cooper, ofjtion.list and soon had the required Cap6!.T.D.Enelb,Auct.oneerwsnEuiv lnr 64. ur Meyer's health has wounding several others. amount.-Lnterp- nse. tiou of diseases. Mr. , Lebanon. LABASCUS, CASEY COUNTY. , HARRIS, OTTENHEIMER & CARSO En Routo to , JL Jala ' Fl.vU-sTs.rr- -- ', ' M MEIEQE. NOTICE. ' 1 Plnevillc nn-ftiti- tv-il- r. fast-ru- n- toi-y- r purp-meo- f ,' duy" JC''S ... V d FOB, SALE to OrM tiiins-continent- loci-te- 1 1 , ,...111. lil' , i v? Teat-hoi- s con-w-iud- nt . 23377" SAW MILL. 1 'I f I - - a . .1 For Sale . lll7 K"; r tmck-sweope- '"; ""tlng ofx 43- Twenty Building Lots '" m mi .1 : fr-- . ..,., blue-ras- s NEWCOMB well-kno- D Vt HOTEL. f o. Jt K hr I or , 1 ' "l" "' ,rnJlr T ... 111 ' S3-- FARM FOR, SALE. FARM FOB S.&X.E VJ 'J -- ..1 1 ti-ji- n tin-wee- k. tr 1 3 id " Farm For Sale. 111 THE RILEY ..K-ei- y , 1 1 New-Mexic- o !,.. Cie-ja- r sun-Mowe- -- 11 ::; !( Li.r 1 suu-llowe- r, s - WELI, 34-- BOHXTQ. 1 1 n S- THE MYERSHOUSE sea-ho- nescr-lailiiit- f 111 L' I Pool and BilliardjParlors res-peiti- blue-gras- s, Stable .... j $50 R3GWAHD : e A Ian-caste- r, n 1 1 Wednesday, sj i, 1 1 turn-pi- ke 300 IU-k- How-lau- I Otten-hrl- m rshie-gras- P .1 11 wash-room- ..,,.. , i I c $-.- 00 l i well-know- n I) 1 t . c J. T. STTTTOIT CO., well-know- n 1 - mill-colt- - 11 TtoiionXl. j ,(- ' L- - ...V -- t'L I I w I ;' Pi- It was 20 years ngo Tuesday that the Longmoor received French Empire went down at Sedan. last promulgated. The democraticmajority for supreme 101,712 and Tinsley 107,005, making Longmoor's majority 51.707, the largest judge of Tennessee is 02,271. The pro ANFOKD, IvY., Sni'TEMllEIt 5, 1800 votes. since Tilden was a candidate for presi hibitionist only got Senate ami House Conferees have I..5IU votes, dent, Mrs. Henry receivod l.tiSl.Ltlo as tho total of less than Fisk received, agreed upon which is for rivers and liar-9S0 more than Cobb got for treasurer all appropriations but two years ago. The total vote cast this bors. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. An accident on the Northern Pacific year is 27:),057 or 7,075 more than was ever, otl year election, when near Uagle (Jorge resulted in the killing east at the last Congress, vote was 13, 7110 less than Long of two passengers and the wounding of Sharp's many others. more than is. moor's and Colsoifs The striking Knights on the New The wisdom of Longmoor's nomvindi- York Central, recognizing their defeat, ination seems to have been fully Some one sends us a mnrkcil copy of and are applying for cated and sulkers severely rebuked. the Springfield, Ohio, Heacon, in which n some 500 have Iwen taken back. y best writer from Millcdeville, this county, A I.OXK highwayman held up an L. & At the Kddyville branch penitentiaprohi- X. train in half a mile of Pensacola Junc- ry a "trusty" knocked a guard down and si. Shoes, tries to convince himself that the Goods. Clot become bition sentiment of Lincoln is stead- tion, in Alabama, and compelled the ex- secured his weapons. As if by an unto $'C, no But he does not stick press messenger to hand over tho con- derstanding, eight prisoners made a rush ily increasing. we give goods either to the facts or figures. For in tents of the safe, the amount of valua- and escaped. stance ho says Mrs. Henry a vote in this bles in which is not stated. The robber barber, Abe Meux, the on county was but 12 short of FiskV, when first went to the engine and at the point who claimed to have shaved both Henry also says that of his pistol made the engineer run the Clay and Andrew Jackson, died at LebaHe We in reality it was the prohibition county candidate was train on a bridge. Then he ordered the non Monday. He was very large and be to defeated last year oy 1,200 and this year engineer to go back to the car and break diel of apoplexy. by but 900. This also is a misstatement. the door in, which or.ler he obeyed with The New York Single Tax ConvenIt is true that Hon. H. C. Warren beat alacrity. The express messenger then tion has resulted in the organisation of a Preacher Montgomery 1,20!) votes, but handed over the valuables and the rob- National League, with a general comin that race there was no republican op- ber departed, leaving two of the biiruest mittee of Jive members at large and one position and not much interest shown cowards on record, if they were not in froui each State and Territory represent by the republican leaders. This year, cahoot with him. ed in the convention. II 'c We with a republican in the lield for appelof Woodford W. Longmoor has juali-lielion and the lamb are lying down is 1.0O3 less The late clerk, Mrs. Henry's vote 'atas clerk of tho Court of Appeals and than Longmoor's and with Tiusley's vote peacefully together in the Winchester given a bond worth 5150,000. He apby best to seradded the prohibition ticket falls 1,701 jail. French and Kversole, the leaders pointed his brother-in-laAbrnm Ad vice be adjacent in tlie minority, n in some ui mc of the Perry county feud, are in ams, of Cynthiana, and Hoht. L. Greene, tobitter hatred county races the majority was less, it cells and for the time their oneofCapt. Poore's corps, his deputy wh'ip sleep. They converse and make to be of was not from prohibition but personal seems to clerks. reasons, as is shown from the fact that tho best of their enforced proximity. h Wake broken out in liownn again. War has our majority ran all the way from 905 Both claim that it is a great outrage that The trouble arose over an attempted in, to for Miller over Hackley, to 1,309 for they should be cooped up in jail and botli elopement and while there were 50 of proceedings. The Millegevillo are talking of habeas corpus Cooper over Uooch. shots fired no lives were lot. It is the you, we be cause of only 27 Men writer winds up his ell'usive article with As they have been the remnant of the same old crowd that forlow these encouraging words: "With us the murders, of course they do not deserve merly made tho county a for republican party is dead and buried, to suller any inconvenience. lawlessness. 31. SAI.INCilUC, .lluiitiKcr. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, and the democratic party is very sick. ruder tho call of August 21 the SecCol. T. II. Arnold writes that the The true state of the case is that we retary of the treasury had, up to Satur. of palace ears for the have only two parties in our county, special train will leave day, purchased $20,020,100 of 4 J jwr cent, Press entertainment viz., the prohibition party and the Thomas Vanuietor sold to W. B. bonds, paying, in addition to their par may bo the way Louisville via the Knoxville Branch of drunkard party." This He Kidd 13 rattle, weighing nbout 1,500 lbs., S:35 v. i. Sept. 1U, am value, full interest up to Sept., l.U it looks through the green gogglea of a the L. A X. at - at 4J cts. Winchester Democrat. he will be at the Fifth Avenue ail rhns now issued another call for $20,000,prohibitionist, but the statement is not that Benxley Bros., of Garrard, hare pur000 more, on the game terms. Would it that day to receive such of the guests as 11 iv in,.,' scciirtil the scrviCLN ol adborne out by the facts. When the The not bo better to tax our people less and chased in the last week in this ami 1ST votes in may arrive before its departure. third party only polls feedeis joining comities SO people are never so happy pay our debts when they are due? n total of 2,1S cast in the race under Middlesboro at 3) cts. and tho boys may HUBBLE. discussion, with 11,500 in the county, it as when entertaining Electioneer is the only other stallior I am now fully prcp.ncl to do all along tho doesn't look much to the unprejudiced be sure of a royal reception lieeides Nutwood that has lived to tee Dr. O'Neal reports Stella MeCailey mind that the "Prohibitionists are com- line. 2:20 list. to be in an improving condition. James s ven of lib get enter the ing and certain to get there," as hestates. The Hardin Couuty Fair, with ensh Arkansas has more than doubled hei Engleman's wife came near being burnOn the contrary quite the reverse. democratic majority of two years ago, ed to death a few days ago. Her dri'Nj premiums of $4,000, will begin next Tuesby more than caught fire and she was in the act of day and last four days. Secretary W. H. By order of the last Press Association Gov. Eagle being AN'!) robublicnn op- - starting to the branch to extinguish the Gardner has our thanks for favors. we sent reouests to those editors who oO.OOO majority over his Secretary Thomas M. Thatebersend over fire when Mr. Engleman caught her and procured transportation, but failed to at- - ponent. The legislature will be us an invitation to the Somerset Fair, whelmingly democratic, thus insuring rid her of her flaming clothes. m. tend the Winchester meeting and pay which, he says, promised to be the greattheir dmfl. to forward the $1 due for the reelection of James K. Jones as Hubble has been confined to his bed All work warranted and promptly done. having no op- some days. J. J. Walker sells tho Bur- est effort of its life. We shall be there. each member. There were about .'JO United Suites Senator, he Monroe Salisbury, tho California:!, democracy nett stock of goods Sept. 12 ami IS. thus notified, but of tiiat number only position in his party. The everywhere in this Win. Moore has moved to Danville to has placed with the firm of BrnsAeld A live responded: Mr. J. J. Glenn, of tho seems to bo on top Lexington, SSQ.Q0Q to invest in good year of our Lord. take charge of his brother's farm. Un- Tipton, Madisonville Hustler; B. G. Boyle, of the in trotting brood mar erf of the moat fashioderwood and Miller drove about 50 hogs Danville Advocate, T. II. Morris, of the KniTOK Kuckkh, of the Somerset nably-bred strains' to Sugar Creek to have fed at :1J. Sam Nelson Record. flosser & McCarthy, of who is chairman of tho prohibiThe Cincinnati cattle market fs weak boon confined to his room It. II. Ca Engleman has tho Maysville Bulletin, and tion committee in the 11th District, has shippers are down to 4. IV is better now. Bowen and rothers. of the Educational Couiant. Tho a candi- for some days, but called a convention to nominate butcheis good to choice .11 to 3; hoes others say by their action that it is no date for Congress, to meet at Williams- Givens was down and rented part of his He also bold are in demand and rising daily, with more than the association should do burg Sept. 9th. As the 11th is over- farm to Win. Hutrman. price.-- from M to 4.60; sheep are dull nt than to give its secretary's time, station- whelmingly republican ami as republi- his rye to R. L. Hubble at 50 cents. B. 5, lainhs :t to L F. Engleman held his first court here 2J to ery and stamps for tliem free, gratis, for cans usually stick to their first love, The New Orleans cotton exchange Saturday and the only case on docket nothing. and his alleged party will realize lias issued a report winch suites thai the was against Richard Withers for broach The Kaum scandal continues to grow the sadness that comes from love's labor of peace with Tom Reed, both of color. total cotton crop amounts to 7,311,323 Mr. Cooper, who lost. more sensational. Withers confessed judgment and was bales, exceeding the largest crop over grown by 25,4$u ImIoh, and the rrop of brought the charges against liaum, found The Vermont State election resulted fined $10 and cost. Sqtiiro Engleman that Smyser, of Ohio, one of the investi-gatin- in the reduction of the republican ma- seems to understand his business and last year by 373.032. Joseph Hazleden has bought the committee, was a stockholder in jority more than half, while the dem- will make us a good magistrate. Paxton farm of Boyle Read, located three miles Company and tho Kaum Refrigerator ocratic vote there and in every State and Tribble attended the court as attorforced him to resign before the bar of where elections have been held, has neys. S. M. Spoonamore sold some north of Danville, on the Shakertown the House, while Speaker Reid apolo- been largely increased. The g. o. p. work cattle to Prewitt for about A. pike. It contains 2 IS acred and was sold gized for his appointment. Hisexplana-tion- , ." cents. Price at $51 per acre, possession to he given is on the down grade and little wonder. C. Carman sold some at however, did not explain, further aged IS, died of brain fever at October 1st. Danville Advoeuto. The revolutionary and profligate meth- Bourne, A. B. Boiling & Son have sold in the than to increase the belief that ho ap- ods of Congress are enough to disgust the home of hi&jfather, Dock Bourne, committee with pointed Smyser on the Mrs. Joe Swope has litt !0 dav-- 4,500 head of flieep. Thiy Tuesday night. any honcsC citizen. evident intention of getting Kaum the for sev were bought by them in Illinois ami been suffering from n bono set inwhitewashed. A will eral days. Wui, White has moved to a Missouri. The price paid for them was The constitutional convention deed is Reed amUiis conspiratois. confer a greatboon on the citizens of the house on Green Bright's farm, near Car- $1 to $15 per head. Tho $8 and $15 ows State, if it will reduce the number of man's. Henry Cox has sold about $120 wore line blood Southdown Shropshire A law has just gone into effect in New elections and change the time of holding worth of melons from one aero of land do wnn. Lexington Gazette. York which prohibits a child under the Geo, Krntz bought for L'bmnn them from August to November. Let on J. J. Walker's farm. J. W. Bright is age of 10 from using tobacco in any form Bros., lat week, about 500 cattle at 4 J. all the elections be held at one time and having his hay baled to ship to Middles"in any public street, place or resort." less frequently, so that the people will boro. R. L. Hubble bought 50 barrels The Lehuians buy annually about Officers of the law are authorized to arcattle, and export more than half to not be in a never ending period of polit- of corn of Moore at $1.05 shucked at the rest offenders without u warrant and upMr. Kratz accompanied the ical turmoil. heap. Dr. J. B. lOwsJey is having a Europe. on conviction a fine is to be assessed of stock for many years and has made 1C0 tenant house built on his land on not less than $2 nor more than $10. So The Louisville Critic was one year old near here. W. M. Groover has trips across tho ocean. He says he has hereafter the boys will have to go this week and the statement is made purchased a farm in Russell county and seen 21 ships afloat with cattle at one time. Paris News. hide if they indulge in tho silly and that it has earned SS.000 since it began claims to bo preparing to move to it hurtful pastime of chewing and smoking. its existence. Editor O'Sullivan's bold soon. Mrs. C. C. Sink will visit her Kiinid Pretty lull Cotton The legislature ought to have made it a and fearless course is apparently winning husband's people in Ohio next week. Col Anie Gatewm.l, uf Ainencin, penitentiary offense for grown people too, him a fortune, as it is undoubtedly makDAWVIM.r, KKNTL'CKY, John Engleman, of color, has bought Mliutf I liMVtr ronmvfl my nifi v while they were at it. For all of Bob Hocker's house and lot on Cherry was alxjiit a numberof friends the othui 'I III" ttlilrti CollvfC IN the Sutr. CIllMHol, ing him a name and fame. 'iV IfM.leii' e, op bin magnificent cotton crop day lltH l'roule C' Hi K' w'u If I will I.,' luuni! at a. I 4ml Kleititc Course ofSmUy r'ull which his friends are truly thankful. UmM. ,4 III'UII lUtl) street for $ ISO. A general row occurred and during tho conversation related tho I.iH.aimn hcallhlul Complete Cymikiwuw. Blaine's reciprocity doctrine is taking to, nkjo I'or cJUltgue H'& cotton Niot ttitMuii following htartlinK Sunday root in the republican party. Even Mr. or (urther information. ndrr The State press is teeming with prais- at the colored church here is so thick and tall that rays W. C VOUNU I) I)., I'rmliUiiit. Sherman has caught on to it and given es of Capt. E. II. Gaither and his noblo night, over Ed Penman steahug George cannot penctmto between the nui's and the rows, Nailer's girl ami eloping with her, pisnotice that he will offer an amendment little band for the excellent work they consequently it is very dark in the !.Pd to the tnritf bill proposing reciprocity did in Perry county. From all accounts tols, knives, fence rails and limber legs fields even nt midday. Last week n with Canada in coal and looking to tho they fully deserve it, for they brought being used for weapons. Such conduct NS boy, a son of one of bin U'ljmts y further extension of trade relations be- order out of. chaos and showed to the ought to be investigated. James Black-erb- went to the field to carry his father'. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. iNr COMPANY wr anil wife are visiting her father, bivakfaet, and inlawed his way in the tween the United States and Canada. outlaws that the law is supiemo and SohsIoii open Sept. 10, IHUtC John Yeakey, at this place, after a long lene cotton. Tiie tenant, tmniuinc; Reciprocity is another name for fne must bo obeyed. Three Coheres. 1 lurtccn Departments. alarmed at tho of the stay in Oldham county. by Blaine trade and lias been adopted boy ut the regular time, went to the Classical, .Scientific, and Commercial Courses. Lxiicnscs moderate ;$i8o to Hon. Rogeu Q. Mills will speak nt and his followers to let them down lightHoiuw and kecuiod help to iuntitute it FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Attendance labt session 326, from ly Irom their former high protection Catlettsburg on the 10th and probably at search, us ho well know that tho boy S240. states and territories. An effort Lexington the paine week. perch. never iind hU way out of the cot 25 full information and catalogue, address would Foit Sale. A nice lot of Full For will be made by his acquaintances and wheat. Apply to S. M. Owens, ton field unaided. L. H BLANTON, D. D , Chancellor Mn. J. A. Paukkk has bought tho admirers here to have tho great tariir reMen ni'iuute-- l on mule, in order tl at J. E. Bruce bought of David Pepples LaGrange Index and will hereafter run formist address our people. thoy cojild seo alxint them, rode fm a lot of 2 year-olcattlo at $20.25. hours through the dejise. dark I'ihM of it as a democratic shoot. Mr. Z. O. King, Cattle sold at Paris Monday at from cotton, finny jcunsaiid callinir loudly tn XjEXINGTON.KYJ the paper and made it a who started NEWS CONDENSED 2.o7J to 15.45. There were 200 offered. tho attention of the lost l"y. attract good one, says in his valedictory that a The Strausberry farm in Fayette was while skyrockets and Roman t audits of KENTUCKY. A yacht capsized near San Diego, republican stands no more show in OldIK YOU WANT Cal., Tuesday, and six persons wore bought by W. T. Woodward at ?202 per were fired at intervals into tho rotton in PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS. 18 ham county than an icicle does in hades, drowned. the hope that ho might wi the light and acre. even if he does keep his mouth shut on Finally, af- Agricultural, Sclenlljlr, Tho Kentuckian says some extra make his presence known A cablegram from London says 80 AM) A IIAI'I'Y COOK Vtil. Classical, So r 111 a I politics and run an independent paper. ter many weary bourn had 1hoji upstit in miners were sullocated by an explosion fine export cattle have been sold in Bour- searching Commercial for tho boy, ho was found fast School, Academic, bon at 4.150. The Philadelphia Times, which is not at Boryslav, Galicia. iu1'i in the forks of u cotton stalk mine and Military Courses of Sludf. Win. Moreland sold to P. C. Charles 11. Amsdcu was nominated five feet above tho ground. Tho Innters COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED often mistakon, says that Pattison, tho 20 cattle, weight 1,110 carried hiiu homo in triumph, and to MADE UY democratic candiuato for governor, will for governor by tho democratic convenFREE OF TUITION. pounds, at $2.90. prevent u recurrence of tho affair Mr. Kail term tifKltinSrptrnilM-loth, IS0O. Hoard beat Delatnater, 50,000 votes. Stranger tion of New Hampshire. ilorinttnry yl ir LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS Umili'!tf..&0 Tenny beat Firenzi for tho Labor Gatewood is having tall signal pi)les 10 it, For I'ntuloKUoucrk . In private cxamluutloii Lee Gillam, a new constable, shot unit rntranctt things have happened and it is sincerely with red flags attached put up in his papers mlilrras disCOMPANY, to be hoped that Col. McClure is both a and killed Will Fuget, in Morgan coun- Stakes at Monmouth Park Tuesday, nu,u Amcricii8 (Ga.) Xiu IAMES K. PATTERSON, Pb. D., Lexington, Ky tance 1 miles; time 2:03 ty, when he resisted arrest. a son of a prophet. LEXINGTON, KY. prophet and Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Tuk vote uf the August election is at j j Still Ahead of Them All. MigJitier and more majestic than the to-da- W. P. WALTON. K-- r .1 1 JAMES Mccreary. i 7,0-1- 1 ins-ley'- kOmSVIlLXJLE STORE the largest and well-know- n 2-- appointed house in Stanford. That it Hats, kin the f'amous httriluin. resort for Dru necessary substantiate these Carpets, Matting, better evidence is and, the many advanstatements than the ire sell, the values tages ire offer over oilier and smaller dealers. Here the public can obtain a strictly good, honest goods at lowest prices; here business is conducted are always forging ahead, cash basis. Our business is one of progress. new spheres of activity, and such always will always striving reach Stands has our aim. " d for by-wo- Winter wear. lAlihA rail andand. s Suits fail Overcoats ana prices. leaders in are here for. The interests ourselves and the public arc identical. start out the Fall business with renewed energy and confidence that our values and polite tiring efforts please our natrons gi ring the will as fully appreciated in the future a hi the past. September is a mercantile month., you know, and it begun Monday. Every day from busier. Recollect the reason our having the and reins in day is up! and hand over all other concerns hereabouts. House up! new and seasonable goods alive the grand offers ire are making now LOOK through our new stock are tin will convinced flint llTlrat I. i Mid-illiwhn- d l,:stO-pooa- d MR. TKOS. DilLTON", OF CHICAGO, ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK A. R. PENNY. lie-porte- r, bt NEW GOODS. Bro-Rucke- r We Have g JUST RECEIVED Our I'Irst Shipment of x :. 8 FALL i CLOTHING, n sweet-scente- d In Medium and Heavy Wciglus, and Stiff and Soft Hats, The Latest Styles and Colors. 150,-00- 0 Dix-Riye- r, iV off-nn- STAGG & McROBERTS. CE1TTHE COIiliEGS Fac-ult- REMOVED! . St 47Mt-e- ot Central University S: CREAM X d II mill C0LLEGE Enyl-nerrlii- ff, GOOD BREAD San-didg- o CREAM FLOUR r 111 H 1 3-- 5. LdbitaAL, itii'.'i tftiit ml??. M&fc riWiiK. tii ajli ii" nimt' Ln . Jit. ,... 1 ..,'... 1 ' .'ii 1 itmi . j. -- . , 1 i.... t )g jJt Kitp9tfiwtit'iM'Friir-qin- i "V'SftW1' rwr" -- r'.V r'rynynr"rtr'''l'.; UClXXXUX X X KJ JLJLJLCLIC xr- - "W Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 5, 1800 lF Lot of V. B. Btankord, Ky., Scti:mih: B o WAWON.BUR.MnnnRor MEANS BUSINESS. l'y i your ncvounts. I mean you. A. 1( IVniiy. Watiiiks and jewelry repaired anil warranted. A. H. Petinv. The best place to buy drugs, patent is at A. H. medicines and toilet nrtu-lePenny's. brv your school books, ink, tablotp. paper, pencils and school supplies of all kinls from A. K. Pennv. PERSONAL Miw. t POINTS. Man- Chut-t.inoo- J. C. Joves returned from lister yesterday. IS. Cut. Mi-s T. ltrxiiii&Tiii went to 1'Anao.vs ii Tns8dny. IJrttik will teach thia Chris-tun m Lebanon. Mixh Lim ib Lr.vx has ontered College, llustonviito. Mk A. C. Hobixsox made a bnsintv trip to I.ouisrillu this week. Mi.. T. M. Puxsinuto.1 and Tim hnvo ntirned from ft visit to MWdlesboro. Mi's Moi.lib ltRooKs, of C'nib Orriwrcl, in tt.o guest of Mrs. W.T. Brooks.Paris News Mkk. l;.l-- v. Emily Joxk das none to Pine-il!- e tovbit her daitshter, Mrs. O. V. jaed up Tiieedny t) Mk N. A. ItiriuRixmi, of Untevllle, to Ml. Vernon to at Ik-- i Mi hastak rotorneU with AoiiR Mi- -i Paiiy Mmon to her home in Frank-bounty. Mi:, (iioko II. McKixxry and Mits1 Lttiic Prtxton arc visiting Mrs. Win. I; .stnn, in (iarnird. 'l H. W. KotiiMTKii left for Kamws C'it Tuelay, to Ukea position with bis tin. Ic, (J. A. C Iloi'bester, liwj. hor i rKRDpendinv the summer with ..neiitp, Mr. J. T. Lynn returned to I Tuesday. with her Mas. llw.M has returned from panted by Miss Maiwie l.uk. wb Hiil roinain a few waoks uitb M u , e hue-banEUsa-bithtow- ni court. to be hung. Could she have had refer Cashiieii'Ohsi.i:y limit) that it iIom not JJ. M. IIUI5BAKD, A. MM It is bettiing tinio and I want what Kiy to run a National bank under the once to certain members of the choirs you owe inc. Take tliistoyourfeolf. W. jtmscn: laws, so ho ami rrustdont here? Faculty of Conservatory ami Xnrm.il School teachers. Excellent The meeting at the Presbyterian 15. McllolwitR. thorougli. Send Shanks call n meeting for Monthly next church continue", with two services dai- Hoarding Department. Discipline Strict. ' for Catalogue. of the finest, purest ami for the fetockhoUlors to rote on Uiu Uos- - ly. He v. W. D. Iledleson does the best Candies just received nt A. A. War tion of going into liquidation and adopt preaching and his sermons are very high ing a State charter. ren's Model tirocerv. ly spoken of. lie is an able expounder Mai.h iocs Siiooti.vu. Fireman Ilany of gospel truths, and while there is nothI will continue to make cabinet photographs at $2 iter doiton till September Geer, Engineer Meals, Conductor Man-pi- ing sensational about his methods, he HUSTONYILLE, KY. and Hrakeman Cunningham wore impresses his hearers with his earnest10th. A. J. Itorp. Stanford.. ness and "inceritr and draws them near- indicted for malicious shooting and Kovs. of Lincoln county will won tiding Section 15osb Cuinmings, by er to the Cross. The meeting will conTits . plea.se come forward ami settle. The the Knox comity grand jury, this week. tinue over tonight at least. 1. tr Ol'tN-- . vj.,,'1 ,. .. ntific. AIo ,.n C .r- .! Accoiding to the table of statistics books for l.sM) are ready and I must hare It will be remembered that the trouble - .r r. I ii i,... Amti-- r.- - I . r ,' I v.. Wtiting. ,,,. t I.. of the Tate's Creek Association the StanBor.l m ' I .. i, r the tux. T. I). Xewland, S. I,. C. i u j , It.. 5( i t uroee over Engineer Meals running his n Can min u r ,i . i TH''-OI'nncipnl. ford church shows the largest increase of hnnd-car- . Their Tiid directors of the Mnnford Male and train into Ctuniniiig' 13 of membership for the year 37, Female Academy hnve elected Miss An- trial was set for the :5d Monday in Janu- which came from the Sunday-school- , ary, a sjiedal term. nie Putin as Prof. Penny's assistant and t . . making the total 20:5. The contributions she will heitin her duties Monday next. Tin: Richmond lJratich of the K. C. of this church were also largely in excess There were seven anplicants for the haii a time of it Tuesday. Just as the of any of the In in the association. The Dealer In- place. regular truin got to the Lancaster switch, Sunday-sclloo- l is also the largest, having Dr. C. F'iwlbr Uj'.Is tts that the biidgo tlie engine jumped the track and got so 10 timi'l.irq nnd 10:5 !itmi!. The imstor. 551 DV . AMI! v.?i ? over iluntring Fork on the Knob Lick far oii'it was imjwissible to make l.er re- Kev. George Hunt, lias served his A 1 v 4.sii ii W,M. - l UllW cfc-f tnrnpiko is now cotoplute and ready for sume her place. The engine of the stock ici .iii'i 1111 liium ii unv lll'ft inilll.llll Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. use, of the public. It cost besides train at Kowland was ordered over to since he took charge. tlio the stonework $77$ is J1 foet long and help her on, but she too flew the track B3TFINE WATCIIKS A SPECIALTY- before leaving the yards. Then an enSRW AIVKRTIsKMENT. lies a capacity of IS.00O pounds. gine from Pdchuiond was sent down. She I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, .Ky.) Tint roof of Hr. W. 15. Penny's house made several inetl'ectual attempts to pull cmiL'ht Are Wediiewlay afternoon from the first engine on the tracK and then the flue, but the neighbors got there in giving it up took the train on to Th utoclih.ildcr of the iiKnln National Bank A BIG , will thu time to jerk oil the burning shingles Master Mechanic Waller, of the of Stanford, Ky Rih, tcmeet atf.toi Hank on v..te September agamet (iti.l LtA If... wiifl(iitriif lwi itttli lufntrut L. A N.t and adopt State ll.tnk barter sent an engine to help on the S i SHANKS. President. ' f,er bck(.t o( WlU,r So arml wn8 hi! one oir at Kowland, then that one went t J It OWSI EY, Cashier. deluge of water that it poured down on to Ijmcaster ami by s.:t0 r. M. all were a liot cookint: tove and hurst it, en rising on the track again and the train back LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. a the principal damage uhich the doctor from Itichmnnd. sustained. underigned will rent fir the year i8ji, on The net of the Inst Legislature tin1 county clerk is' now nllnued 60 cuts for bster. evory nilidnvit lie mnkeH for pension Sins.' Sing; wherenpon a Indy rrjoini that VvJ Sc iiooi. books and school supplies at a man who rant sing mid will jing ought cnnmntfl first-clas- s brick for' wile, J. B. Ih FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I, 1890. J UAJLUw U Prcsidenl. f J on m m n CHRISTIAN COL LEGE, Classical aiul IJitsiness. i -t Ilrok-Kce,.n- u 4s m tux-pay- er For Girls and C , F C". ; 1 i - - i . , . ' . V I N ROBERT FENZEL, -- Mas-jV;- tffltS ginniC uiiii i.W n 1 CilfC! pmrrr .sLI. niit i ITotics. I IMch-tnoui- l. , Mon-lay- LINE OF Liui-itaiK.- n 54-i- CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS i J-.- A After an illness of four months with thnt fearful disease, consumption, Mis .Maggie Dunn breathed her last yesterday morning at N o'clock a her father, Kept in sunk Country Produce taken in exchange for goods. 13V AUCTION. Mr. Charles Dunn's. It had been apparent for the last two months of her eon- 1890, flneuient that death was not far oil' and Tuesday, Sept. her parents and friends, who had tender- At 10 a. ni. j nn the Gilmore larm, triduay, on the Stanf.irl mjr ly administered to her wants, weio pre- Household anJ Dannllc pike, I vtill til all hiding and kitchen t 'irnitur. in. .GO TO. pared for tho worst. Miss Maggie was Stove, ter.l eiy (Jh.iir, i'. Ittn, lteatty Heethoten (Irxait, Singer mmii( Machine, The democrat Hill bgar in mind the juet -- s years old, but there are very , Kxtcnsion Baby Buztfy, l"k. Hook ti.-call of Chairman ;ewlnd to meet at the Iiiile, anu miny other .ini'.k. who have done more good in so .. .. ConsoLi-te- d Statutes ami Cmirs of Practice (lateV voting places Satur short a sojourn on earth. In speaking various eihtion M ttik Oiijiy, of Garrard, who Mi hail every op Also a large quantity of Farm Implements, includay, at 2 v. N., to elect a committeeman of her, a sitter-in-lawho ,.tH .veil viatUntv friends in ding Cider Pre, two i horse wagons, one manageportunity of knowing her, said: "MagWagan, Kockaway, a K tg .p.-over ywterduy and is the tjnrst to serve them in the Klitical i Ro.id ment of the county. Kach voting ptaco gie was a thorbugh christian, tho jiosses- - Carta. Spring Wijon. large t 01 ilarnoa. to "MODEL GROCERY" .f is.r M"! r. Mrs. J. S. locker. &c , Ike. No. i Saddles. and the best The grandly urd blooded stallion, .1. writes that is entitled to a committeeman, which sor of a lovable dio.-itio- u Prok. one of the surest a .d finest of breedand W'aynosburg girl ever saw." Miss Dunn joined tho (iMinetonn Collide has openoil with will rive Stanford two rv fine anJ r"cmhle their ers. only trno men on guard men Christian church at an early age and for sire. His rolls two. .!..m Nellie Ileihyl-nllill.t tl larneat aUeii'Unce since the war .y it..h J ihrson: iml (grandam ol llnt.it. who never flicker, bnt are always ready years has been a devout ami valuable dam Alary Chun lull t.y Alexin. !.r Churchill; Ins department U nnnsnally full. .in 3rd daai by luip Mar,:rae 'granLun of King member of tho Hush Urnnch church. Mr. Will Craw and Dr. John M. to serve their party. Alfonso; 4th dam Mistletoe, by Cherokee, i She was for a long time teacher in thu Several Mr. Craitr ( r4iK', of Carlisle, are here. rlroott Exitrmos to SoMiiitsBT. Kxcursion Miiiihiy school there mid no person was ly combined saddle and .Mares and IIor, most- , harnus animals. is tl. inking of returning to bis obi homo tickets will be sold by nil agents on the Five or six loppy Milk Cows 'three to caUe may bo able to Queen ft Crescent Route, nt stations be- more thoroughly interest el in good a yoke ot Steer-- , several erv .ni.l hi friends hoie tie c fine Heifers, few i!CC"4 Shout, causes or thu good of others than she. mi ure a house. Terms cah. CHARI.US K HELL. tween Cincinnati and Chattanooga, to Knowing she has gone to a far bet1'. I) Knylitli, Auctioneer. that SlMt !. h.e Matt Walton was hamleomely Somerset and return, on Sept. good world, may thu loved onus left behind tie I by theorhcers of his court on low excur- tor for return until Sept. 13th, nt rtntl consolation in the fact that she now from th rocordoralilp of sion rates. A special train will leave reaps the reward of a well spent life. of service Lexington on Spt. II ami this week, after five years -' at H a. m., for the Her funuml will bu preached at tl o An t'lectnn f.r t Hoard of Direct-rhis constituent--. moil satisfactory to arriving at Soinurtu. nt 0 .. i., returnSunford .V I'rc.u berille TuriipUe lor the Mi-- s year will be hrl.l in the County Clerk's oPKe, Disiiman, after retnrninj: ing lenvo Somerset at ft v. m., arriving at Methodist church this morning at 11 Asmk Stanford, September '.. h.eue from a plcaauit vbit to Middles- - Lexington at S p. ji. For full particu- o'clock by llov. T. J. (iodbey, thence tho aUillSlAROEXI',Sy. Sj.3t Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass.Wall body will bo takun to lluiliilo Cemutery irn, is now prciMirinu to roturn in a lars call on agents of Queen and Crescent Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, for interment. days to Stanford to lesumoher stud- Koute. On Sunday night last Mrs. Annie H College. Jewelry and Silverware. ies at the Stanford Fctnnlu Kii.lixo at HiuiJioxu. (ieorge Man Gaines Weakley, wifo of Win. T. Weakirille News. inley, died, after a long illness, of We deire to nil piiate!y our Farm of aoo Mk. Jor F. Watbrs. the Istrriok pin, jailer at Richmond, trdiot and Mallard Hronston, wlio was coubiimntion. aged about 'M years. She A.re, with nnr impr..vemnt. in. Imlinj brick excellent foreman, completed stantly kilted kni.N dwiilitiii and ood outhous.- - It is centrally and DanMlle yard Tiles-da- boru her long suliering witi. great pa between M.mfird, l.anui-ti- r Railroad "Watch. Tho bis loth year of faithful service yestei-da- unarmeil, in the of Hut. ble Ciojd neighborhood, 3 Thu men had married sisters. tience and christian fortitude, gladly and in half mile lies near bv. schaolsand him Few men have stuck aB close to w' O J. SWOTK, Hubble, Ky. deserved Hronston and hia wife were divorced welcoming the call of her Father to 1. nsiness as he and none ever rt last February and six) went to Maupin's come up to a higher and better life. Tho 3 better of an employer. rT to live. Since then, the dispatch says, funural services were held at the family o D. H. Carprstbh, late caunty Mit. morning, conducted ' y O I otter for sale inv.ilely ray Harm known at the left for IjonUville yestenluy, she ami ISronstou bail Decomu reconciled residence yesterday "" Sami Monday got a now license and were by Rev. W. W.C.nrdncr. Shelby News. old Lev. is I.unsford pincc. near the Stanford ami U .ere he will locate. He is gonenU M and running toDix River, jmcter J13 S was ovor family nlfHirs Deceased was a daughterof Mr. ami Mrs. containing pike, Acros. It nearly improvo.1, has EL well 112 for the .Etna Life Insurance Co., remarried, ami it good cistern, and the Uwl is in a fine state of culXi el for his the tragedy occurred. The deceased is 1$. W. (initios, of this vicinity, and they tivation. Call on or address me at Gilberts Creel;, and that is the most central point S I. WITHERS. We wish him grU success the son of ilon.T. S. limnston, late col- have the sympathy of many sad hearts. Ky l.'iMiiera. 2 Mr. David L. Stephunson died Wod lector of internal leveutte. Two years ago "I n anl prosperity ns t ho shot and killed Deputy Sliorill' Dud- nesday, after a protracted illness of interKE3STT in z "cityTn'o vicinitVT ley for his alleged intimacy with his mittent fever and n complication of othp. p (Itronston's) wife. Hronstou was tried er diseases. He was 05 years old and SU.E And SMCK OK DKl'liS .1. P.. Foster'a. v: Nt timotliv ste.lat 5 for the otJense ami cleared by the jury left, boides a wife, a large number of c lhinnt nt the droitk lu'ne it lltisljnd w o frcli llrugk n ('wary Hiki for sale, (ieorge Fur- - bocnu.uof that unwritten law.' Thus children, all of whom are giovvn. His Clu idl.r mv enttr.'My totook of complete in every 3 in sale 3 is St Brouston was made groom and corpse remains were laid to rest in tho family parti, ul.tr .in.l tl chnsiiic-- i a pajin one in ns my store Will ilvi Watches completely demagnctifl in fifteen minutes. thu same day, and Maupin iwssed fiom burying-grounnear Mr. J. K. Lynn's, is loc.ite.l in The bousethe entire !iotied upstairs contain' it W WTKi, 100 pounds of (Allow. Mark jailor to prisoner. (5 A WASH. Hnsionsillc ,. t S WELLS, Ph. a. Prose Ctk. U.H. DANKS, Jowolor, rooms yesterday afternoon. xv. i l.vn. Hardin. Mil. .1. 1MiA.s Dawson was in Tuesday CHURCH AFFAIRS. TIE STOCK. Comi'I.rth line of kid gloves just ru- to pay for the paper another year for his Main Strict, pp STANFORD, Ky Son's. In issiiKentuckyTiad 1,150 cliurch-o- s ci'ived nt Sevenince eon, IJ. F. Dawson, at Ash Grove, Mo., -Monday, Septem" uill n'tl nt public auction on and 1S2 parsonages valued at $i:, the very day is wan out. This kind of ber g, tq- - at Statilord, Ky., i tandurd-brcrirnsit canned oystera Saturday, for heifer, - e.irsold; i standard bred lloUtem promptness has alwayn niaiked the it w fat cattle, from yearling!. hull, averts sale bv can or scrvel, at It. .burner's. Hlder J. W. Harding's meeting nt up, incltt.lmsold; oke ofn teers; also i stock liogs, of thu old gentleman, business dealings Iba Clark county, continues, weieht .ibo.it Nkw lino of Zoigler shoes just received who stands us hili ns any man ever did Kuckorsvillo, J. C AM.IX $l at S. II. Shanks'. Call ami examine for honesty and integrity. Mr. Dawson with 45 additions. Are headquarters for At the Sharon Methodist church in ly was horn Sept. -- , ISM, anil was them. Carlisle county, Row Fields is SI years old Tuesday. Ho is (ioi.ii iikaih, thread necklaces and cetting rather feeble of body, but his revival with thus far 11IJ addi&o. To lose our p.intncrslnp in I.iery Stable at Crab rings, "all the go;" latest friendship mind is fctill ele.irand it isn pleasure to tions. On h.ird, we w ill sell to the highest bidder novelties just received by Mc talk with him of old times, when he on the premises, on J. J. Hill, the railway magnate, has Plows Plows ! Plows ! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel donated half ii'iuilllou dollars to estabRobert", the Jeweler. " used to run the old mill on Hanging i lish a Catholic Theological Seminary in Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no Out readers wiil be glad to notice that Fork, whieh did grinding for all the re- St. l'aul. The lolsowin pertnal propeity . Walton has resumed hiscorres. gion loundabout, including Danville, Horses, Mr. T. It. Kight cood Sutrey, the run that the Oliver has. Kvery plow warranted to The Presbyterian church elected II. Carnnf e, 3 hnrnusa Watfont, 4 IIuku-s- Walter A plow ever-hanew SpruiK pondence from the far West. His form- Hustouville and the Highland coup try. Catd and 3 1 (ieorge i). Hop- Wood Hinder, 3 C. Kan is an elder and iVS years ago the l!)th of July that Cow yearling Holler, do good work, or no sab tle, j yearling Cntt, Ask your neighbor. er letters from Californjn were highly It was at a recent meeting. i'x bushels uf Wheat. 6. bush4s of 11) u, 10 acres by nil lie was married to tho good woman who per a deacon' complimented and greatly enjoyed ol Cora to bo ustimatetl in field Farming Tools, Kid. .Martin Owthis write? that hu several set of single ami double lUriwns. 5 ladies' is still with him to cheer his declining who read them. WagSaddle, 5 Reatleinen's Saddles, and Rro. John Kong closed a meeting at on, s years, and who has done so much to , Kc Sunday with 10 addiCURTIS C.OVKK t J K. D A. Twaddi.i:, of Junction City, has help htm gain the estate he has. Mr. Mt. Moriah last meeting lasted nine days. bought of Mr. N. Hccker his stock of Dawson, whilo always n temperate man, tions. The EWICLIC SASJE A good Ilaplist sister asks us to cor- oods nt Ottenheim and on the 15th of has used whisky all his life and tobacco will take nossession. He- - over since lie was a ioy. tie was never lecttho statement that Kev. rrcston ti.w innnth sides inbling largely to the stock Mr. drunk but once in hh life, however, and Rlake went to the Crab Orchard hop. BLUE-UIUSTwaddle will do an extensive lumber that was more than liO years ago. Ju Ho diovi) with a young lady up thoro A ISM Mr. Dawson profeMed religion and anil left before the dancing commenced. business. Owing to b.id b.M.tli. I will avll to the hitfhvst Is Receiving His rt Kev. W. V. IVttit, a prominent bldilir, on tile premises, on will has since lived up to the teachings Of the Tub teachers of common schools church, of which ho is tin hon- MuthodNt minister, and Mrs. Kinmii Thursday, Sept. 25, 1890, tilense reinembor that the tirst Friday in Christian He has been voting the Whitehead, a dasliing widow, are on M Farm loiituiiiini: m Acies, in u KOod state of September is the next examination day ored member. ticket since lien. Jackson's trial at Lifayette, Intl., for poisoning cultivation, well wjitrod, has upon ltu.KxIc.it democratic for certiiicntes for white tenchersnnd the tag house of Hm- runu and all iKii.iry Give him a call. as faitlifnl a democrat l'ettit's wife ho that they could marry. Tlifarm is sitiuitcd six miles from Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. second Friday for colored. Tho oilice of time and Ins been Stanford .V MillcdK''-villRow T. J- (iodbey will preach nt Stanford, one mil.- fioiu theMorclan.l Station andc as he has a true and conscientious chrispike, two miles Irom the superintentlent will be with the church Siiuday next at 4 four ante from Hustonilte. county judge, in Stanford, and will be tian. In the veiy nature of things ho Logan's Creek time my strx V. crops must soon go to his reward, when thu p. m. Mr. Uodboy will leave Tuesday mid will alsoell at the sameceu.utin ot Horse, Fjrmui; linplumants, o,ieu on all days except when business conference at Lexington, Mule, Cattle, Corn, Hay and Wheat. pertaining to the oilicu mnkes it necessa- plaudit "Well done, thou good and faith- for the annual Any ono wishini; to examine the Kami, I a ill ;ioofc Krepluo, Short Hand, Telrarapny.Xen servant, enter thou into tho joys of which begins on tho 10th, with Bishop talc iileaturc in ho.vlnz him. ful I ry for him to be absent. W. F. F. I.. RIIODKS, Morelaml, Ky. IV d Write for Catalogue and full information W Hargrovo presiding. I thy Lord," will surely greet him. (Hh M-- lf Conn of Claims will u layof October next and Spt. 2Uli will be the last day for filing claims agaiiiet the county. Accounts innst be verified, iteiniied and tiled with me on or before that date or they will not be ennskkred for h year. Under a recent order of court road claims must be verified boh by the claimant and " . B, Cooper, Clerk. overteer. K.-Tiie be-ci- Noth ou the DEATHS' DOINGS. reasonable term, her I' arm ot . A. res, lU, miles Irnm Milled;cvil!e Ky. The renter can have the privilege if see. !in this F.ill ppli to 1.. mas, .ii rs. : , . t l iMnvilie, Ky. Just Received. Also line of Parlor Lamps of the Latest Designs. Glassware, Queensware and Tinware j SALE 30th, -- MiLHK HARDIEST. s Ao Ao'WAlMlM9! -t d ! I . Pi-llm- u HKHCCII-LOADE- 1 Pt Vi-l- , 1 rirst-cla- ss For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing ix, Etc. thi-Fa- ll well-brok- en .V , !)-- l'- i itf ELECTION NOTICE. a i- -r ensu-io- g DRUGS and JEWELRY HCAMCPDUIN Best t r-- b. FARM FOHSi5LX.E. M i WATCH, c y. court-hous- e y. Farm For Sale. I io-i- m -- I - ! or I' 9 HOUSE FOR I -- u n s t d, 4 - Wm UBJf I i I MoSLOBBHTS, I Coiirt-Ilon-r, llol-stei- u HIGGINS JM'KINNEY rousu-quent- con-dttctin- PUB3C.XC SAX,E. fash-ionnb- le . Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, ! i Wednesday, Sept. iotli, 1 1 1 vear-ol- yetir-sil- d 1 1 1 m A--c s,-j- S FARM. igfmittH9,i VIOVIbLlai fIOll t" H.G.RUPLEY,- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. BRYANT & STRATTON Business College , - - : 1 - - 1 Mc-Clar- jj-t- fV Ir . ImEW?'-??- 1 4 r ft W. II, Miller, Kj , Delegate to ConAttention Democrats. Clnijifil liy a Scrcrt-iHurtil. vention to form ft new Constitution The democrats 0' Lincoln county are TOE COWERCWL HOTEL June 20 Frederick Millsr nml David for the State of Kent nek v. J. H OWENS, Mana.-e-r Heller, two employes at the fuitmco at requested to meet at their respective votPubllabod Every Tuesdtvr and Friday Dear Sir. In response to your re the rolling mills, were killed by n pre- ing precincts promptly at 2 o'clock p. m. Harrodsburg, - Kentucky quest for an expression of opinion from mature explosion of Hercules rowder on Saturday, Sept. 0. 1S1K), and elect a I have 'UHLn-t salamander from the pjpu'ir h S3 J?Klt YKAR.IX ADVVKOE the educators of Lincoln county as to while blasting outfurnaco Miller was chairman nnd secretary und when thus and intend ttikn it charge cl.ithism inner in ruit run aflr.l organized elect bv fair count a sound respeci It i. hem in papered an piunt,-,what the best interests of the public nottom ol tho It ri sTWhen not so paid $2.50 will be charged." standing directly over the drilled hole democrat top to Htitlotu, the ems school system demand from the framers at tho timo as precinct committeeman. iv erv thing done t hed.lln it itfle.suntren iv it.l and make ni rt inl of the explosion, and was able for k tie t. I'heti' lr su ill nev r of tiie new constitution, the Kducation-a- l terribly torn and disfigured. Done by order of the Mate Central n K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ed b) hotel. Both arms this section J II, OWKS Association of Lincoln County, by wore blown off. But one was found. T. I. Nkwlam), leaves Rowland at 7 00 a. m., returning Train ami throueh its committee, makes the Livery effort to find the other mm proved Uminiiin of Lincoln County. t 5 30 " .SLatJJ $ I,D cli LAW M Wkn-sift following suggestions, viz: irmuess until yesterday. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tho Flnost on Earth The workmen saw au object clinging 1, That nil lunds on which the State is 9' WEffTHEREORD HOTEL The Cincinnati. Hamilton .V IHylcn K K is Mail train going North 1501a now paying interest out of its sinking to one of the stay rods that help to sup- the only line rutming Piilim in' I'erteclcd Safeiv 1cnt mile t'je siiort t t " " South 16pm port and keep in position tho stacks on train., with Lhair 1'ntlor Merutng IILSlcNII.I.i:. K. Expresstrain " South 1151pm fund to the school fund, should bo com Ixtween the top of the furnace. Through curi- und Dining Car servite and is the Cuuinuati,run P. W. " " North " .. and Chicaa onl line 37am GREEN, - - Proprietor. Local Freight North avium bined into one fund in order to simplify- osity they climbed up to the top. and ning 'through Ueelinmc Chair Cars httvveu Cin.t8pm the administration of eanw and savo ex.So ith cinnati, Keokuk and Si.riniftitlU. III. andMeeplng they saw a sight that not only filled Car Cincinonti to Mackinaw, aid the HsMnglen.-- l iheal m h. Making dirtn ' ' F its1 and in Cm I'mnli ile 1 he latter trains alo carry passengers I im prepared t pense in the ofllce of administration. ici.omm.hlte th puh them with horror but with wonder. lut fur The above is calculated on standard time. Solar He la Only Direct Uno s. .tvle It .tes n s ns G00J ht Louis, Michiaii Paints. Chicago 2, Training schools for teachers are nil There in full sight of nil was n man's Hftvreen Cincinnati, Dastm Lisna, time is about 30 minutes faster ty tin Ilvltnil Tiled , De- Livery and Simple R.rn aliachr! integral part of the system of public IihihI with only the frtub of an arm at- troit, the Lake UrgttHts and Caanla. Indianapolis ad the Wtst. 1 he road is rnc of the m the Csaadi, tit ot Mrw Knalsn '. ldt schools in almost every State of the Unit-e- l tached tightly clasping the rod above Ohio and the only liai enieriu; Cincinnati over if New mentioned. . ana rem its past record can 01 nmuur ira uie Zloston, Sutes and should be of this Suite, GROCERY, RESTI1URIIHT There can be no doubt but that rn.. mote than assure its patrons speed, comfort and Washington, safeiv Baltimore. ami henee we recoimnonu that the new t sale every rhiadl And IfOAKDINT. HUl'SE hand is thnt of the unfortunntt) Millar. g ncktst time 10 Hsrr.dsbiirf, Frankfort, KyI , Tickttstm her, aad see that they constitution permit such schools to bo The only theory known read C II Kicfmond, MKUIMA either in or out of Cincinnati, bhtfsi an. for the atrnnge Indianapolis or Toledo. I lull line of frr.h (r ent in I n V"lckst list to RROYAlHi.-Ysupports! out of tho funds of the public i.un. ui me uuuj less muni 13 thjiU on J the nueat Ciaar.atid I K. O ilcCORMICK .iccw Rmna the I hav Geaetal Pastncraad Ticket Aiir it. e hr that I sell only h.r cash or a s pnparSNl schools. , liniul wns blown out of the top of the a Restaurant In connection t H. The most serious defect of our piesent high stack, and in comim? down the kep biarder al vrr Andy Bowman, wanted at Soinerwt sn 1 callandbiptivincd raasmiikU rie. hive that I i'l.1o ton nchl. Srtljd Trains, hafas. cars, tmokitig cart public system is the want of local muscles, still active, court tuted when for murder, was ai rested at Dinuiiislittm J W CARRlrk. ks and U n coaches. Piilli.nn h, .id lr .srper. thtoueh will interest in the publicschooland the want the hand struck tho rod and fastened to Alnljania. Satutduy. outchaeit luUuun oga, Hiriimaliaai, Mnd It is said he ha, ian raakin direct connect! mm ia itc tor Ku 1 of sulliciont money to pay for the servic- it with n deadly grip. From the Nisitiiii killed thtee men. He was heavily anu-e- d ville, Ashetille, l.rrchluirsj sod p.'inis m in which Miller was standing the hand of competent teachers, hence we es Has Uaaed our I th- - tv r I" when captured. V Karns could not have reached the jKMtion it CAM-DMAtrai k an wil' tin .u nl that each district or conutv be occupied other than in the aUive manBucklen's Arnica Salve required by the new constitution to levy, ner. Tito muscles could not At Chattanooga for Atlanta, have re"tig In best salve in the arid for cut., b(uisaa, Breaking ixnd Training- Stable. Ion, Ojr.r.iiti, Augusta, Cf' collect airt! use for the public schools laxed much after first contracting, elso n it, soias, ulcer, snlt rheuss, fever sore, irtter, chapIlrunswick, Lake Ciiy.l how .. I RI It hst had .uthcirni thereof as high a rate of tax, at least, as the hand would have fallen Brazil ped hands, chilblain, corn and all skia erup ke him an I'A poinu the utim-.In. ill lions and posiuwh cure ptls,orM pay riuir eapert very Th onlv lire rssnlft .n Times. t on 4 is now paid by tho State, ai a condition (live hi ti ir cd. It is gaarantt'vd iv iriv prtct sul vinor, raieiu'ds itrtmiie. Pullman Hoadoir or MC si,. ! I Price 15 cents per bo. or mine) retunded snntillc withm-- t change lor and qualification for receiving their pro ss f pa ler An Klortrlo ' gers tr bagag I'mtj. K0r sal ay A K. l'ennv. Sttnlord, Ky rata part of tho State school fund each 9e,nia and alnnttfoiixrv. II - sUI. Dsx An electric lawn party wms given a C. SAN'DXDG-E- , llorciuc. Miiil.i. ai.d MtK'N Pu to year. few days no by ono of the lending elecPulpit and tho Stage. Tho n fwsi and qui, M io Ahf. 1 Rev F. M Shrout. Paslur C oiled Males Rreth bile Biicrt oanedion. mad ai MW 4, The new constitutioushould require tricians of tho country nt his rvatdeuce h C.iTS 1 ramrr n H n ' M j r Hic t Cf A crcT" of t iru ren Church, Blue Mount1, Kaa.. says "I tevl will, ml rmnibus tiausfrt for (.alve.i l.t.ANS II in leivcmng vir iirtii.tci.t Ke n county school superintendent, t?i ' hoe in 'Connecticut. As tho visitor was snv duty to tU what w jidtrs I)r Knij'i NwI Dls Harness and Saddle Horses and 111 "Mi n, Annul, port Aus My sdly me Co very ha done appointment should be by popular vote, ushered into the oaken imll he wiis diead, and say(orparishioners Iiiisjc vvcra could thought dealer in Fancy Roadsters. TEXAS, MEXICO MID CALIFORNIA. gieeteu witb muie from au electric or- live onlv a f wks I took fiv rxttia rf lr. or by the school trustees of the county, gan. An open box of cigiw lay on the King's New Discoverv and am sound and well. IIors l nl t .ril . C. s ill pr r nt. Tie cnly Ihro .' Inn t la ... in k.'iuij or by the State superintendent of public center table, pound in weight." - ii,r it t . Sin, ic rt I , , uMking if e t and overhanging it was an Clnini; -r Love, Manager Love's Tunny K Ik s nnerti Willi., il ,.n in 1. ir.nticrl r Ij1 It a Candidate for A u'uort of the State of Ken- instruction, C I nfnArthuI I. Ky sANMU'.r s, n W rh r electric cib-n- lighter. On the rideboanl, Combination, writ tucky, subject to the will thelVmo. rattc party Aii.lin San Ami im, II pou and "Alter a thorough trial ril iu o, It is a question for consideration in an electric tixirot. the fragrant am confident Bohea and cms mcinir evidence, r Consmuplion that Ir. liats etn I. M. TEXAS, ARIZOHA.MEXICO.CALIFORHIA. of pub- wns brewint,-- . and novel nn.l utmost Kinc's Ncsr Discover) whether the Statesuperiutendent A. S. all, and cures when everv thing ifs tails Th lic instruction should be appointed bv wvird effects of electric lighting were greatest kindness I ran do nr menv thousand inn'ugn rale correct eminty mans ad f . SUKGEOy DEN 1ST. It " r trial F2S3 :;,-,:- :: miotmaiiun call on the governor, with the consent of the visible all around, while the uir wns ttandsis 10Rurje them lu try Stor Regular sires LlViSi, SALS .:.!,"' Penny s lru? at A or add . ...v.vr Jun.fi -rCiir. k. Llftui-al V .... . II. McKobertt' Office on Mini street, over nilLILLI Senate ? Our association is not a unit on ciioitM with electric funs. Two objects 30 ct and $1 00 Ttav rass ,in K srANFolU), Drurf . C C liAKEV O I. of unique interest, taken aide by side, this subject ic Prrsioent Epoch a PAT A.. were one of tho first photographs and ( su i and painful C, The new constitution should require The transition the very last iwrfected iiistinmentmnde. sickness to robustfrom lerur, lingering pxh in t. 1 R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. SPECIAL ArTF.VIloN t, COMMKRCIAL marks an hlth a remark'! vent the State board of education to be com- In the evening theie was a Iloisti and milt ' ought and sot grand dis- life ct the individual. Suchand th agency when traveler J is treasuradin th mmcry DENTIST. posed of the governor, the supoi intend-cu- t play of fireworks, ignitod bv hi 11 ixnl m liverv health has Wen attained l fraufully (ni ftrvt Us rior.e.at.J tloctricity hr th gvod of public instruction and the super- direct from the lighting circuit, a tiling Messed Hnc it Is thai so much is heard in Office on Mam street, opposite Portman House, nuny that trsey prais cf kleclnc Hitter. upstairs Nitrous Oxide Oas given for painless intendents from'seven of the largest ci t or before Attempted. The fireworks, owe thir restoration to health to the us of i "X,r"e,IIWSTASFORU. KENTUCKY. were shown about 1) yards from firaat Alterative and Tcnii If vou are trcnbled ties or counties of the State, so that same c l3J' v .if NrKAieikT(.i 'njRt with any disease of Klciieys, Liver or !limach, PILLIONS SWITCH K may be more representative und less lia the house, were lighted from the piazza of long or .fort standing you will surely find by the turning of small electric switch by use of Electric Butcrs Sold t 5" us and ble to control by book publishers than Dealer In DR. r. B. i pr Uuile at A. II Penny'. Orug Stfr in tho hand of a lady. Exchange. FAsST at present constituted. Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps ii of Valparaiso, Chili, was The city 7, The question of trustees for school A Modern I'linllal. Hoots, Shx-ici ihinj Lf ilaarc. ijtireris- sucked and pluudetud by an aimed mob ware, linwar, Furniti re a Office South side M.nu street, in olhce recently districts or school boards for tho counLOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI A short time ago Mr. Crimp, farmer, Stanford, Ky. vacated by, Dr. I. F ties should be left to the legislature ns of Milton, Devon, advertised for a la- of frikiii sailors whose ranks were Concral Lino of Groceries, Daily, Secures ta Tivlr..- U. F ATWUOD borer. A wretched, half storvI vnnnv swolled bv thousands of workmen from J. J AI.1.KN provided for by statutes. All kir U S, If not a unit on thosubject, the pre- man in rngs and tatters applied fur the tue industrial (sUMialiiuentB of the city. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE & AT WOOD, The mob was finally dirJtsersrHl, but no: vailing opinion of the association is that fituation, anl by pleading liartl I ear aMasaM.J ...time after he told nsnniKi' ! ..VAc "."", " ttaifo,. and ESTATE HGEHTS. the present tax of 22 cents pur $100 of master it. Someowned nn estate in his until immense damns luid lie duie """ that he mr j,,,, n tlJ(n) ,, killed. rs- St and many people propei ty should be made permanent bv the S, ,,tB,u, : , , nnd that his father wa n l"H ' City, Tenn. , 1 r"T v. k maa the constitution, with a provision that lrian. He had left home, he I' inkliiiesisdetiumir.iKif The ,, A Duty to Yourself , v J AS O LIVENS. no more snail ue levied iy tne Mate as said, through au unpleasantness, c rn.ion Wil.AYRI.S It is Mtrprtasac tnat pofd "ill u a ami liatl valua l I. ig psll whn they can irvur a whole, but further support shall come "been wandering about for years, barely ordiuarr for the saoia a. ny Ur ,Ul s t n,ii. t Mooaad stick to Moraoa liah on aa ti sate won) and have pJaMBi iouiil AY11E3 & G1YENS, ll RACiV 1 lie tanner made Gills aif a positive cure for tick headachr at from counties or districts. It is the opin- fJirmiiS Hiiomaience. troulli Thy are .niv'., smrtt ea.nv I r I infrrm.ni ion of some that each magisterial district inquiries, ami visited WilUhira to find and do not grip. For sale y A K Pciirr Attorneys ,at Law, card., map,, folder. ' , al the extraordinary story true. His lami 'i!r. sball be the taxing unit for local sup 5 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. borer's father resided in Can't Sleep Niffhts J s l: h K,r P 1. p a . lhn ., Ill port, ana tnat eacii sliouui nave one sion, lieutifully situated,nn elegant man- It the complaint of thousau surfenti; I. LESSENS ne hud lonsr ma,conampUon, cough., etc. IMvn T0 LIFE rib sSrcve Itu.Miny hum school, managed by n competent since given up lift son for dead, but im- Ur. Acker a r.agllsn Kcueoy - u is inc tot yr DIMINISHES DAHR s principal, with a sufiicicnt number of mediately accomimnied the farmer lwck a ration knots a fir all lang muUe BOCK "imruroo") - T - U IMI A K Pen primary schools for all the children of to DevoiHhire nnd thore found tiie protl-ign- positive Kaaraalcc at 5c and to mui(iLjij I n 8F I Al'' CHILD iwuo rnic who would not leave his master A Child Killed. slid district, under his supervision. ' REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA ni until tho latter had procured some one Another child killed by tluusaot opiates smn BRAOFIELDSOLD Mf ALL OSUG GISTS. dSOF' un !, The new constitution should require "J Harp; OHAHH KOL'TK." Wn The Stanford & Logan's Creek separate schools for the white and the to take his place on the farm. London in tk form of soothing syrup.tKsiton mother if.ir Tho Shortest nnd Qulcicent Route froru I smprt.m. thair child ran such deadly Tit Cits. Turnpike Co. colored children of the State. hn thy can rt've th ensld of it pnuliar Central Kotttuclcy to aUpolnta.Vortb rouble bv usiag I)r Ackar' Habr Scrnhtr Ii East, Went and South-WeTho Cou Visits tin- - l'nrlor. We, lheundrriK' c 1, h I' I'.nce. D W. TI .v4 All of which is respectfully submitted F,Vst rontatn no opium or m pliine Sold hv A K fmaVr Ui-S II lUi.gnm.n, J K I'eyton, J S Ialnobotwuon Loxlncfton and Olnoln-mttl- . The family of Mrs. Mary Hnttwrisht, Penny Hughes, W H Mm. r. j. s Owsle.i and John M for your consideration, with the hope We Can and Do Hail, hereby iurelves together and lhat you will bring the same before the who resides on Plover street. Omaha, -sr if iv Ur. Acker v HI id Elisir, t. become mcorpotatetl pursuant to the provisions were much surprised a few evenings ago (Itiarant ... iiiii,!.. jlAV n, lWs iv rrr.v. to of Chapter 56 of the (.leucral Statutes of Ken. convention and urge the adoption of by the appearance in their parlor of an rxm full i demoaatratad all the pacpUol th N tucky, by the corporate name cf the Stanford A rythat it superior to other ptaparit . j .Vo. 4. .NY" ' these measures. S uth ilonad. IS a poiiivs car lor L gtnN Creek Turnpik- - Road Company. unexpected sVadJlnPPsm.Mky . tflJjPTl Tliis was their Dur- Mood disas Itcrnutsuns It ir I he '.urines to lie conducted i the buildine. nv piml ulcers, aad Muimiiii. ' 'I - JSg-.- i T. M. liOOIlKNTi.IIT, ham cow, Mollie, that escaping from A th wnol system and thoroughly bulla ne ,'" Z5Z.VWJSArlhM mil ti'.'nn md operating for profit a Macada- I.vc Cm .! J. W. SMITH, her jven deliberately walked up the low coostitutton. A. it. I'nny turnpike rand in Lincoln county, beginning I.ve I iiv jl n ' 1 ati h p in Stamard, Ky., at an R. L. Davis, Com. ta point n Main steps leading to the tHirvh, thence into Uxe Kaln.. ith. ilmretrum nouthward Utween the altey ' 10 aa "i 10 1:) p a 1tWpra la Llfo Worth Living 7 j J as. 11. Allen, An Paris jii the hall, through which hhomrtiched unr mn-- of Mr. MoIIil Myers' heirs and John M il p in Not if jou v throuxh th world a dv Arr I.i.ins;! n . X. Fkyk, " Hail and running thence southward ocr said til she rmched the mr-lnP" 14) p ir. iliwir Dr Acker's I)vDpia Tablet ar a pcsit Ti.? I.ve Pari t thfcSt Asaph Kranch, thence eauwardly aieN .1 so a m,.... tor th she entered with an innuinns moo, and ulency worst forms ol dy.pepsia. indijc-i- ; Arr W mche.trr. ' oj p m .. of l W Vandeveer, Hughes ,V ay tin. prtnnso m liuaraatead and and rr Hichmoe Teachers' Association. I'wvti'ii, I.. Hale's hir, S H liaughmau, J. ." 7 J P ra " P i advanced into tho 100m. while thu fmn. A. K Pennyinstipalon 1. 1'enru to a point near Arr I.anrastar II blink' !uirnIK 4 st p ail Followini; is the ProKrauuue for Lin- ily sat watching her, afraid to move lest Air Stanford. Lri ill's Creek nd 4 small creek emptjinff in ... Ugi!i: Lee Paul, the noted trainer, is dead ' I'encc's house, thence up I vi Kichmond thent iniruiitofK they startle and cause her to do some ' '$ P .. Lvan' Creek by the premisos uf S. II Shanksd coln County Teachers' Association to bo damage. But after a Arr llerca Lexington, aged Ml. ) ov p m , quiet inspection at an') Dive Culliir loan iutcroction with the held at Kinpsville, Friday, Sept. 12th, Air l.iviacton . i m "" Pn sa. ami CraU Orchard turpike near I he stout: Dr. Talinage estimates tho wealth of of the apartment the incongruity of her naaj h.. ,e fMrs Chappell 'the length oi said road beginniiiK at 7 p. m. and Saturday, loth, presence there " "1 njsnr iiaj 1 LSEilnlan seemed to strike her, and King Solomon at CasO.OOrt.OOO 111 gold mill's I be '' nt twn i) a. m: at i The principul place of business shall he Stanturning about as quietly walked out nnd $1,0,000,377 In silver, a grand Finn ford I mtoln county. Ky , Prayer by Klder J. M. Cnok. Address again. Cor. Philadelphia Pre I.ve Livingston . S 00 a nt on the 19th he corporation shall commence . ii,i. 11V total of $8,5 10,001, sso. 4 I.ve Ileroa 10 J5 a ra Re" ., ""'' slay of July, iSot, and ind terminate on the 19th of welcome, Miss Mollie Ware. m Arr ltKhnsunst. ", 11 II 1 HI . day of July, 1940, uiile.s soonsr termin iti-- Jy a sponse, t t iv r il Jokers I'unKliml. I.ve Stanford J. II. Allen. 3HleV Neru nml Mver Jllls. 7 0 a in of the lock ttuutandin;; vote ol .' the 1. it I.vc Lancaster Police Justico White, of New York, 7 J aw An mi xir m il si vi, . i. . m, on i!i This Year's Work W. F. McClarv. six thousand v 5. The 'luthonzed capital stock Air Kichmund. . tooox m has just taught two practical jokers a llvpi Mi.m fi TV-- !, thr u"t tlio dollars which shall be paid at such time and in Thompson, Kssav Mrs. l'attie li. Hays. A ni. prinri la I.ve RichmoodT" 10 p sn oi.lv cim- In ijui 10 a su ..,. amounts and upon such terms as the Hoard such lesson fining each $10. Whijo painting i.ps, hid u ) torpid IV' .vs und poi at Air Winchester. a 00 p m 7 S - l Hut tho corporation ol Directors shall prvscn'n Local Aid to Public Schools J. W. a ,. St.u I rd.K Imliu; Arr Paris 1 building in Mott street as a hit of tliili. Si!,n ' fr ricn vvoimok nnd -ill dr ti In Portman II may orjanue and begin business whenever three Prn 7 si a m' Sm u. 11, 1. in ,i,.,i .t ti clov, (o- Scent red dollars of tho capital stock Smith and W. C. Wolford. I.ve l.exiugton thounind tic hun pleasantry they spattered paint over Samples irou a: , K l.iiij i Suniurd. oj pa a sn p m I.ve Paris uuthorwed by thesi article shall hao been suba SO P m iuo a m 3 J Value of County 'Association and Oth- every Italian man, woman, or child i 11 m I.vc f'almoudi. scribed. The capital Mock shill He divided into p in i) 13 a m 3 0 p rr t each, tud each ahareshtll er Kducational Meetings shares of fitly dollars Arr Covington .. i 40 p rnlio jj a in 6 Miss Alice whoso head appealed in any of the win. Crcnl IllscocrerH. Arr Cincinnati entitle the holriVr to one vole, cither in person ) P mio 4c a m Jg P tn Stuart, .Miss CetMe Thurmond, N. W. dows below. This amusement grew too What a ui k leonine to tie iclnrtiono and Ncupi rt Nri,V Misvi.sipiii illey Co sir by written nmy .it all election and at all K D. Trains Nos held bv thuntncLholders mild, and when a Miss Mticchi appeared ciucincit) s.iystlioIMtlsiiurBNow. )r Prnnk 1 nulies. Sulid Vestibulcd Trains to liti Miif Chichi tlm null know spuoia 1st tu nerv6. The atljirs ol th b corporation shall be managed b a Hoard l fiv.dir.u.r, elected from the The Model Teacher, Trustee ami in the next yard one of them diopped tho ous Uivi'.is.-s- 1, to tin nervous lystoiti and norvi' Philadelphia 8a Hutu , one of which Director, shall be I.cirrj;toii at a (0 p, . anu arrive at Amonir Ills nitinorous iliscotorie the stockholder-entire contents of a paint pot on her head. Cincinnati at School J. M. Cook, J. W. Curtis, II. s. 3 35P rn. Baltimore, New York, aid ll ard ; and such Diono of tln elected as l'roulcnt i Mis Mticchi had dark hair and her Ko3torni.itii Ncrvino li undouUlfil.ytifriousnps-- , t uiiMirpasi a in rectors shall lw el ctnl u the hrst Saturday in Young, G. W. Frye, W. D. Drye. 'nheMavsvileIlraachi.e9.Ieavet Paris at All points East ind South itt friends were so shocked at her changed uyiopsi, tirailaclio, fpi.xp.), ni"ir.ilBia. lia 'k June of each year and shall serve lor urn. year Only one niK'it out Irom l.mnyton. node. ilooplesviir A cliuntfo or uff, next snccccdini; thoir elertlon and until their sucTeachers' Certificates Mrs. M.J. Hen- appearance that they had tho painters etc. niMl.un .i Hid iui'ifitd. Said Hoard shall Corrected Tune Card in Kllrcl an it, ito tn.iv be had itHriutbo'l'$t illlil n.. ui In of A It cessors iireelecti-l'Clini. driiuvl-A loh .Wu itnJ urrested. Philadelphia Ledger. also elect a clerk and treasurer hut no member of dricks R. Lee Davis, W. II. Michuui. btarilmj luofin nf ji r eil," ti tery able, No pernm TavTMaiT Accom mM Hoard 'hall lie flrcted irnmirer F.ssay Miss Mary Kay. " " . Sa'iiVe ami llui'ly illutrut'd book Kito to STA IIONS ndat Ves Daily be eligible tu tnv otuce in l hi c rporaiion shal( Daily Wonders IliiKiitli tlir Mufit,.. Hai res. Ex Sun. Kx nun. who ahull not bf a loc holtlr r th'rt'in No , runsdail) from I.eamstw, to Tho Advantage of Educational Jour Cincinnati A Valn.-ililWorkmen ongaged in hinking an arIllNcocry. 7. '1 he lUKhast .IHiouni of indebleillMMs la wh. h ..1 13 11 n'n I.ve Stanford . j i am 11 3, n'n M?;,rc:;,Lseuxnnd.,;n ,o -- au this corporntioH mv it imv time subject itst If nalismMrs. Annie Carrier, Miss Lelia tesian well in Sandy " l.in;too .' 6 10 pin 11 40 am s jopm of jouth Valley, near Xiria, nnDr llrovvn Seijuunl'M elixir every one may bj shall not exceed se n hunilreil dollars. !,N2.".C.1.,.n"?,' Gooch, W. A. Collier, Jacob Elder. lmioriiiniilvi'uiTy. inn .; 7 00 pm ia 45 pmi 6 4B pm " Wmcho.tcr 'o Pm; Itnows f thaaiemlesof this N. M., struck an open sonm. 8. Tliu private propcrt 7 iopm:,ccept Sunday wldnJi Hint Dr. Mln--' " K. U. Junctioti. New Ho.irt Curo corporation shill be cxtrnpt from the debts of tho No. 7 ieiivcs Kaliiimitfi 6 ooam : arnc... How Can We Secure a County Libra- a cold stream of air rushed from Ulmsuivoii "Mt. bterlini;.. ... 7 i"ln r..i- J$ pm, 7 40 ptu with force anrious imart ilisoa a tru.u.unds aOllcted rvttti corporation ni.'75Sam; except Sunday N " Morehead . I 9 pin 3 4,1 pm ry? Mrs. J. F. Gover, Misses Lillie Pet-tu- onough to remove a twelve pound rock Druiri;l4ts wiio can oIjmtv - w Loaso 011 Llfo. of ihe corpcr.ilors herein menI ram Notes 9 ai pin a. I'er 011s, bi "t No 3 runs d ally between I.eimi Olive Hill many f its eiluots of this crrpn.tinn - ion anu c,incinnatl. tioned, m ly be ome menibr Lizzie Pettus and Belle Gooch. 'o laid over the opening. The air was customer, every tvheio speak tery lilslily of It. " Ashland. .. 'I 10 30 pni J il PV runt doily heiwcen i 1 pm bysulctibiiiK and puyiiK tvr sharex of aiotk, or w,,,v,mii.,i, Mr. Joliti Weaver of ICniKhtsliiwn. llu i.txingioii " Catlcttsbure.... ia 4J p i I" pm NOI 3 atltl 6 makf. Tho teachers are urged to attend and charged with millions of small yellow "I lime sold much of Dr Mile.' Now IiHl.suyi: by pureliasiii: al.d haviny shares of Mork tur " Huntinftofi . rnnii. ...... at Wttichestei 11 07 pm o 15 pm Cure unci lor points on the N X. A .M V It far red to thorn mi th. biv.ks of the CoiopAny, after bugs, each having but two legs, 110 ...ii rroivDii in ait) cooti reports." o Jlonro.t, I.Vi If ir,liiir.(rfi 13 um the public is cordially invited. licing suliorili'il and paid lor by nthem v.. wings and a small red circle on his back. of Duiiltirk. N 11 Itreports latpe sales "Atiit Arr Charleston )t um - h tlm best nirt of il the linird of Diretti r of this every bottle has irlven Mas. J,. F. Govek, in. No Clirton Peru. 7 3 They lived but a few seconds after Sold and gu irautoud by A It PenStation Ctncinnat. maki;;":'""""ra"en ' I.vncliburj ...... 11 4) am corp'iratiiin. excrp: the l'reMdellt, shah rrce Miss A liceStpaiit. Coin. points North, lvt and Wett connection! fr all " Churloltesvillc . 10 so am any conipenmtion, iliteilly or iiidireitly, fur striking the warm outside air. Local ny, htanfoid, K) W. F. MiCiaitv, J The Prusident and " Washington .... a U pm his servictw a Director. Ihiough tickets and Directors) and tervsnts and scientists nre puzzling over the quedcitination reached bv a r,ii,,.i checked to any other nilicent (except " llaltimore pm 1 ) A Hoon to Wives " Philadelphia. employees of tins corporation shall receivv su h . b ij ptu orFor full particulars addr... any aBcat 01 the Co. Ha villi; used "Muther Priend," I would not Hiawatha, Kas., Miiti'ered a terrible stionHow did they got so far down iuto compensation us shall le flsed by the resolutions " New York 9 to thb"-lw-s the earth? St. Louis Republic. be without it It is a ln'on to wives who know " Iticluiiond, Va, i 40 pm of the Hoard of Directors arid W. I. MUNSUN, l,av. lire Tuesday night, tho First National Pasa.Act Plnrln-- ,. thuy rou.t pass through the tuinful urdeul of me ' OldPolatComfort II. J his corporaii'in xnan nave an cf po a. r. 11. .MUKSh, Cen'l Pais'r'r Act childbirth. .Mrs. C Mchuri;, Iowa. Writ tre its nature Hank and many buildings being burned; privileges alio wimI tr crporation. Norfolk Regulator C , Atlanta, Oa for further llradlleld During u Stiiiin. Title Cincinnati, O. and lor 'it prp'j's under Charter 11. K los--i Sl."0,000. I rains leaving I.cainjiou at 11 40 am Cfiinp inie and Nn 10 'I itle Turnpike, The Rank lost SoO.OOO in llu.NI,Nlffic1r.K-,w-.b- -i and kio "Griicious! that was mi awful clap of particular. Sold by all Drugtrista. P ra daily .except Sund.-- y enne t at Wirchos-U- t Gravel and Plank RU of thv Cyineral Staiutci currency by the giving nway of the thunder; it frightened mo terribly." for Kicbinond, Ky and pw-on th K C. R. OFKICFJS ot Kentucky and the .ub'oi.uent Actsof the Gen-- THE LIQUOR HAH-T-Ihanbr o - ' ' ' DRUNKENNESS eral AsbemUyaf Kentu ky, ameiiiltory and sup- vault and tho intenso heat on the safes. "Pooh! thunder can't hurt you." uildiiicCt ncinnati, O. I imited Vestibule Kx fnun all tho World tbero la but ono plemental throt and shall be subject to the liaVnVml lll.j.l "Can't eh? Didn't you ever hoar of h ' iihia, W a.liiHKicnuud all ufiU Kaat, arrives at bilities and discharge all the duties prescribed by The report does not say whether our euro, Dr. Hntnob' Ooldon Specific. p m daily .Stanfonl i.lid Statutes of Corpratmn ot iu nature and its litty townsman, Dr. L R. Yates, suffered person being thunderstruck:-- " Harper's ' It can l,e given in a cup of tea nr coffee without Lexington at 4 47 Ricbinoad, Va., anil 11 57 p M haat mail Irom purposes, Bazar. the knowledge of the person taking It, effectinc t cast, IIiiiiiintun, W Va. and all I l all points 'Ihisnstice forewarns we have hereunto subscribWltTiM c or not. In ipocdy and permanent cure, whether the patient ouU. "'."l others not to """"u ia 4011000 da.lv except Suned our'rMpeCtivf namo. this i',th day of Jul), an drinker W VANDKVCER, New Orleans newspapers announce is a moderate drunkards or have alcoholic wreck. day Stanford 11 57 p in. I). Shanahan & Co. will no to work 1B00 l. r been cured' who Tnouanils ct Acrommodationfro.n OlUfllill andiaurfaediate ri vj. on the reservoir in a few days, as they that iMaj. Burke, the defaulter nnrl or. have taken the OoldenireSpccific in their coffee poinu, Uichmend, Kv and rointscrt the K, C ).s. Hur.iics, p V I.OOAN. wlltOU Who ,, ' w',h1u,t he"knowld,and to dayhelieve theycan Ily K. T. PENCE. l.exiugton 8 ex. i:,,iL'iK"?: RiciiARiis ljave secured tho contract and the streets ... i.. ....,1. IS HOW in exile in Honduras ' qait drinkmic of thtir own Tree will. No harmful cent arrives at stanf.nl ur i, ,, Jr Sur day ... .. . vii-- r.s J,S OWSLUY, . JOSH ADAMS health. He is said to bo ellect ieults from it administration. Cures guar- lie sure tirkctl reul re uf vn N. V A S. It. BAUGIIMAN, Mrs SA.MKORI) IRWIN ut Richmond will soon be torn all to juft'eriUL' from '' v Mrs. ALICE TUCkER ' JOHN G. I.YNN ' a cancer of tho nose. His antecd.in Send for circular and full particulars. Ad. K) K D. JOHN M. HAII confidence Gerf Did SrKCirte Co., iSc drccs ,)OS IIAM.OU. in laying of the mains. Climax. wifo is still in tho south of France. , W.H.MILLER THOS. C IIAI.I P'eces S. F MORSF, f'., P A Cncmati.O. 53 W. A. HAMILTON. I Itace Street. Cincinnati. O M C. REYNOLD', Semi-Week- ly it P- - g"Fi,,,"yigi' aBIHIHiWMHflMHMHaia it jT)jiwijrt i iW$fr?i)tnn in 'J," i t,if' nipt v"n"' InteriorJournal t .- ' SGrn'faurK i'.IMll ! I 1 Com-mitti- ' e. 111 ji m ssssssssdWnW,t- Mm 1 1 CXCTXtYATX, 1 H -- nr.l-U- 1 rll.J York. . A-- , l J tita I Cuafec-Ho- I m m ii , A-- , C. L. CROW -- . v ! 111 I . ,111 . POWDER Absolutely -, 1 W )r 1 T. -- kt 11 1 RICHARD WARREN PRICE, 1 I 1 1 ar M.-- s 1, , Jto-- lf I 1 Dr. 1 IIHltl', I ffl I A-- - . t. ' -- ,- c v b ?'i VI fl J". EC. HILTON" d . hf PENNY, 11 A XFAY Dentist. Huff-uan- , , i"i. MAIL ! ALLEN R8SL Johnson - oil-taiu- 11 Wilt-shit- e, very-wealth- VfMflUFtTLJ M(nflERS JfeL. FP F;hd" " . . :..""" -. .."""". k -- !""' l, - -- ,,,.( i , I 1 I Child II e 1 4 I mm wmm V- l, t- Kentucky Central R.R. 1 asuw-iat- e m fSfosprrx il 1 1 nt 1 IL mti 1 "-.. 1 1 - 1 '' J I stn-e- ''. iy- - I "' 11 lijra i . r - J" '.! . , JLf I 1 Stun-f.ir- 4. MwlMVf,"W M HiMmmttwJmJLt Lna ..... . - ...-- sji Cj'Ss!iJ" 1 1 V N'nrth-Iloun- d. 1 e 1 ' T two-thir- d -- 11 . 1 s - Jess I 1 11 11 1 u- -i 4 I . OLD KY. ROUTE 4 1 I meet-inj- s lli-- 1 , 11 Washington, -- ijn-ut- i v . d l. Trer r,' . &"& e iJ ' """"w"" 1 ! s, 'V.'J -- 31) I 1 -- "j " . lfil79JM Uacj-ae- M e HSI .cr-un- il j. I ! M , j a POSTED. , .tutUHnar-rivcsl.exinumu- ai I 1 1 i.i jy. . V - 11 v kj