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LONDON, NO. 34 it The Kniulits of Labor will pve a Nelson, who will have charge theieof, liicnic at Pittsburgh on the 1th of July. tells us. Mr. James Province is down very Mi-Alvira llay., who died of consumption at Mt. Vernon Satuidoy, was n low with ervsipela. Mr. James Hack"- sister of Mrs. Uniuville Haley, of this ney is confined to his bed with the flux, ' handling lambs, anl is circulating finely place. Uur clover undertaker, J. II. The little child of Mr. Hay Province has week. Mr. Alex Sevier, the gonial and hit: aroiiml thii nlruw. J. J.. Hradsuuw bus Stephens, furnished the caket, and ahu been very sick for several days. Mis. hearted traveling man for J. M. Hiibiu-Ho- been very eick for several days. Miss was buried Sunday. Sh was .'57 yeaiu Martha Craft, who lias been very sick at ' Mrs. Pearl's for some time, is much bet-tek Co., of Louisville, write a letter Htichel Hnubhaw will tench the public old. IjibuH-ii- . Misses Macule, and Fannie Cochran Cti"iy county, this from this place to the Mountain IJcho echool at Deputy Collector C. M. Kandall has and Lulu McClure, u trio of I'aint Lick giving ti statement of the juint debate j ear. II. few beuutied, are the iniestrf of Miss Anna jut ret miied from a raid into nearly all Citilincon I'hilbert Richards a here last Monday between .Indue J. days since In exhibited to us for Inspec- McClute. Mr. Frank Dtllion has ac- the mountain counties to break up Tlnsley, of thin place, and Pavid of Middlcuboro, which tin; Hobo tion u tieu contribution to the census", cepted u position in the Western Union the illicit distilleries he could find. The Mr. H. Lee Davis trip resulted in his destroyiuy three! was pleaecd to accept a" correct. Mr. it heini: of the male persuasion. This is ollbv at Middlenboro. Sevier is a democrat of the rebel cort doing well, as this is the third specimen and sister, Mis Katie, have returned stills, lots of whisky aud hundreds of and thin in the first instance of when the of that kind, ho bavin married foui from n week's visit to relatives in Gar- Kallons of lieer. Two of the stills were rard. Miss Lllu Watson, Lancaster's in far oil Letcher. Mountain ICcho wi; ever known to take years go at the due of IS. Dkatiis. "Bin" (ieorse Chestnut The return of W. T. Richards and fair postmistress, spent Sunday with democrat ft being the Matenient of a died Friday at Dr. N. M. Scales'. George you Mia Lucy Vincent from a two weeks Mrs. 1). B. Edtmston. circuiiiHtunces alter ca-true, but Next week Mr. 1. B. Hdmlston, was well kcon all over the county and know, ami the circiunstntutw li this caw visit to Miss Lucr's relatives in Owen i daily exjwted. There aro democratic candidate for the legislature, had many lelativesand friends. He had were such that not a republican in the county such busy rumors afloat that Tom hm taken will make a tour of the county for the typhoid fever. .Mr. Tom Mason, an old whole count v would have written the yoke of a Benedict and is purpose of uicetint; the people who have citizen, died at Pittsburg Friday. A lita letter, notwithstanding the fart that Sou himt-elnow ctijorint hw honeyuioon in the honored him r their standard bearer in tle child of Mr. Jacob Hofen, of this convention t their late Statu Aueuet. He will deliver no spueches place, died of cholera infinitum Friday recommended the adoption of the new tietnt City and various other places, Im in ill luck. and do no "treating," but jjive you in- and was buried Saturday. Ian Lucua st?tu8 to constitution. Charley Lane, a miner livingat PittsMis bain lately hurnrd up. lie lost hid stead the olddahioned democratic, urip If the Mountain lho mair would mthf.'K) iu it a few days to in.-- re you with n fellow feeling that burgh, wag accidently shot iu the abdoand ieam the! pocket-bomake a vinit to this uection le searched all day for it, and wag will make you wondrous kind when his men Thursday at Altnmont and died imof tho people be would ago. real not question io wvereljr the varacity of on the point of diaeectinz some of his imui ie put on tht poll looks oleclion mediately. He had placed his shot umiii In one of the bunk cars and got in himJudge Alcorn's informant as to how tho neighbor's shout running loose in hi! day. self, when another miner came along field, w hen fortunately another neighHon. Henry II. Houston, republipeople of Kuox county would vote on can candidate for lieutenant governor, and threw some tools in. which struck the constitutional question next Aligned. bor catue along and found it for him. Winter before iaot. while Mrs. Man- - and Hon. W. 11. Miller, constitutional the hammer of the gun, discharging it. IIo refers to the judpe'a informant as Mr. Henry Unkst, who has the conand my that "they" can net lie null llichards aud family wrt staying in convention delegate, ajxike to a pood "they," found. Now we would like to state iu low , her youngest son, Walter, faniil-- J siaed audience here Saturday. The tract tor building a walk and rock fence iu front of the is now nutbehalf ol a majority of the people of the lariy known as 'Tut." wad taken with former enunciated the usual tuiUt-rii- i dried, campaign senlimeutb, and cloaed ting the rock on the ground and will with! con ties of Knox, Bell and Whitley, la crippe and has been tlwt thero are more "Iheys" than the nerxuiij troubiea ever since, to much to witii an eloquent appeal for the new soon begin to put it in position. He Mountain licho over dreamed there lately that hid friendd were fearful that constitution , whilu the latter, in bis took the work for something over SJOO, were in this section, and on the Ilrd day his illiie.-.- - miht result benouslv. But convinciUK ay, showeil p his htimited when those who seem to know say it is of next August "they" will come out we arts now happy to inform his many rrtisotid why the people should turn their worth almost twice ns much. Let the u lately hacks on the old organic law and sup good work- go on in our progressive and vote solidly against that rotteu doc-- ! friends that hi. skillful tow In changed remedies and since then hisitn port the new. Much interest was ument callwl the new ronelltntinn. Jw Joplin, the republican candidate in the dicusioiis, and both speak Knox county pioveiuenl has ieeu marked and rapid, cstabliphinK the fact that for the legislature, was here Friday and is for the new constitution tho Echo so much so that there is every prospect era weru eiven the closest attention. went to Pittsburgh Saturday for the purThe Masonic barbecue and picnic calls attention to Mr. Alex Sevier's let- of "Pat" soon Mni himself hkriii. pose of attending the call meeting of the heie Wednesday was a colossal success knights of ters from thin city to that paper. Now labor nnd farmers alliance The Teachers' Route to Toronto if a bii; crowd, plenty of edibles and we would like to aik the Kcho if it Is via the Cincinnati, Hamilton S: Day spirit stirring eloquence have anything for the purpose of nominating a candididn't write Mr. Sevier a personal letter date of Mr. Joplin did not to do with nuking an allair successful Ut.l.f.L.it their own. rciueMiiiii a statement of the condition Hidlroad from Cincinnati. (.1 ..I.!.... n. .....In-..1... n l .. - ,,c A rate of one fare for the round trip Speeches were delivered bv Judge Car- "" " of atlairs in this suction and surest the expected, but they instead indorsed C. ", ilmot, le- - ,,.'. ., natuie of the answer it dusirwl, and has lieen made by the Cincinnati, Ham- ter, Kichard Martin, N. U. lagan, a ,.republican of his couutv, Dayton Railroad and its connec- hx Rogers, and other high Masons, which etate that it was making "a special fea- ilton Rockcastle. Rockcastle will turn loose , , sort of sauce to ture" of the new constitution in this tions to Toronto and return, on account the vast throng took 01 the National Educational Association the good things with wheh theystutled some goon 11e1110cr.11 now aim suck to campaign"' It is true that Col. John hini, Lautel will do her duty and someA hop at College their Dishmau has said he would likely vote iiieetiui; to be held in that city July thing will be mighty certain to happen The C, II. V I)., the only line run- Hall wound up the festivities, aud everyfor the constitution, and so has Jos. 1). that would be for the public good of II lack expressed a like intention. Hut ning direct from Cincinnati to Dotrot, is body went away happy. The committee both. Come on ! through-ca- r link between the South of arrangement and the good ladies, who the majority of Knox county's promi- the George T. Farris and W.JA. Parsley nent uiuii are opposed to it, some of and the North and with sleeping cars on so ably assisted in the management of are home again from their business trips. whom are Hon. John 11. Wilson, 1). K. all night trains and chair cars on day the tables, deserve the thanks of every W. R. Hardin, Evan Jones and Charley trains, it invites the patrouauc of all man, woman ami child present. ltawHnus, C. K. Davidson, Jude ' ! Catching have returned from letting TInsley, II. C. Faulkner, Col. A. H. teachers and their friends who want to Mrs. Amelia Pleisants, wife of Har- mail routes. Miss Sallie Malum and go to the meeting comfortably and exClark," Dr. . P. Herndon, .Indue S vey Pleasants, Egij., died Sunday after- - Mrs. Green, of Danville, Misses Emma Golden, Dr. J. N. H.iuchinnn and a host peditiously. Ask your local agents fur noon at 4 o'clock. Her death was not Oarrnrtl anil Lucv White and Mr. Will of others. Hut the Jouusii.'s corre- tickets via Cincinnati and the C, II. & unexpected. For years she had been a Murnuv, of Manchester, and Miss spondent has never heard a single farmer D. For rates and full information adof that malady, nil. E1uoltt of Kirksville, were a happy or day laborer express himself in favor dress any agent of the C, II. & D, or K. and several months ,urtv al the Kilev HotI8e Friday. Miss of this document, and in addition to this 0. McCormick, general paseimer and neiore nerneain was compelled to give Kott was ou iier wavt0 pjueville audi the colored population of Knox as well ticket agent, Cincinnati, O. up her crutches and cease locomotion al-- the other ,mrtioa WL.rtl boiuul for MaQ. as Hell and Whitley will vote to a man together. She waa about 73 years old, tester, to which place Mr. It. C. Ford Cook's Springs. against it. A grand picnic will be given at this or 13 years younger than her venerable accompanied them. A dance was given beautiful resort, July Ith. Will insure husband, whoe picture appeared in the jn ti,ejr honor Friday night. Mr. Hay-I- . llHURCrlAFFAiRSr J.'s octogenarian column recently, Ward will resume his duties as depot everybody a nice time who attends this and who, with two children, Mrs. Dan agent on July 1, after a month "olf," Hev J. C. Coldwell, pastor of the picnic. These are verv tine picnic and Mr. Henry Pleasants, are left joying himself in the west and at his Presbyterian church at Lliwibethtown, grounds, situated iu a beautiful valley has accepted a call to Holly Springs, on the banks of Dix Kiver, with plenty to mourn her loss. She was a member former home in Indiana. II. A. Round- Miss. of shade. Among the many attractions of the Haptist church, and a type of tree is out ou a trial trip letting mail domestic wo- - contracts The High Hridue menagerie "HI will be n good dinner and supper, boat- those gootl, 10 and continue ing aud dancing, which will be free in men whom we of this day and generaopen to the public July MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. tion delight to honor as the contempora10 days. Talmaje will perform on the the morning Everybody invited. Charles Stewart I'arnell and Mrs. ries of our mothers. After funeral serJ. F. Couk, Proprietor. Uth and 12th. Livingston the re- U'fchea, his paramour, were married in vices by Kid. J. pastor at Owensboro A Lutheran . That Oie.v Clacsk. The power of mains were deposited iu the family bury-iu- London Thursday. was personally assaulted by a former defeating any proposed amendments to ground. This announcement, which comes member whose expuNiou the pastor had the new constitution will rest witli 10 on a beautifully engraved card, will cause brought about. Hickman White, a BarbourviHo ne- some hearts that we know to grow inItev. Do Witt Talmage is soon to senators who may be opposed to it, as on "Is There a Hell?" This is a "such nniendmentor amendments" must gro, barely escaped being lynched for expressibly sad as they think of what lecture burning issue with most men and some be agreed to by threedlfths of all the attempted rape on a daughter of B. D. uiiuht have been: members elected to each Hotisi before Golden. Dr. Gilbert D. Gregor, Elizabeth women. Glasgow Times. married, June 24, 1MU, Louisville. A law has just gone into effect in Main the measure can be entered on the jourKev. M. M. Kiloy, pastorof the At home, I'urk City, Utah. in Bowling Green, nals. If tho disputed points of the con- Missouri requiring storekeepers aud othatreet Haptist chinch The doctor has won a treasure. May stitution excite as much controversy in ers to furnish their women employes has resigned to become he guard it with undying devotion. legislatures as they did among the with seats. the and secretary of Georgetown College. of the convention, it will be a Tlios. Tisdale, who left his family in A drummer named Fife attempted members "deaths7 Wngs." difficult matter to get n threo-liftvote Canada ill years ago, returned the other to play the role of Sam Jones at WinMr. J. C. Hays has received intelli- ston, N. C, by denouncing from, the pul- iu favor of any amendment. This is an dav to find his wife married to a third - gence of the death of Mrs. Joauna M. They will resume former re pit all the society people who had en- open clause with a veugeatice. Harrods-bur- husband Haysiwifo of his brother P. F. Ha s, Democrat. latious. gaged in a dance anil got a caning for Michigan University "graduated" which occurred at Honey Grove, Texas, ' his impudence. She spent live minutes at a druggist's The Christian church of Stanford directory and then sweetly purchased a (W0 persons from the various depart- last Wednesday, of cancer. Mrs. Hays ments, the largest number over turned was the second wife of Mr. Hays and desires through tho Intkuiok Jorit.v.w. t stamp, lemarking: "I don't Davidson, loose nt one time from an American In- was a daughter of all persons need it at present, but when to extend grateful thanks to poisons use of Frankfort. She was an excellent woin any way contributed to the suc- a directory I think they ought to pur- stitution. who "Under the new constitution the re- man and a devoted member of tho Presconvencess of the State Sunday-schoo- l chase Botnething, however trilling." publicans will have a good chance to get byterian church. Only one child, now tion. The new ?2 silver certificates will be into power in this State. The provis- Mrs. Lucy Colton, survives her. Hev. G. W. Holling advertises an day meeting at the Haptist church bete, printed iu a bright green and carmine ions will assist us." Internal Revenue 0. C. lleatty was drowned in the beginning the l!d Sunday in July and instead of dull grem and light brown, Collector Albert Scott, of Louisville. Kentucky River above High Bridge Dr. L. It. Yates sends us a copy of while engaged with a raft. continuing till tho 4th Sunday, inclu - Senator Foster's admiration for calico .. r f tluk mm t uti t aaiavhiI ill seems likely to bo impressed upon our a Kansas City paper giving a full acviiimvm, miuiuu JUaiiy Ul i SIVe. A babe was struck by lightning and count of the murder by a deputy sheriff killed while in its mother's arms at Lowvines will bo hero and excursions will bo national currency. of Sam Wood, the noted politician of ell, Ark., but the mother was not hurt. run from Louisville. Thero are 1100,000 colored votes in Stevens County, lvausas. Tho killing was The colored Methodists have set Ohio and not an among outcome of tho Hay Meadow Masnpart next Sunday for a grand rally to them. Tho record of the the ' to remodel their church, sacre. raieo funds Harrison administration is something At Pleasuro Ridge Park, near Louis- When Bab7 was sick, wo gare her Castorla. which is much needed. A basket meet- rcmarknble. ville, in a fight with Clay Stewart and When she ing will bo given aud all lovers of Chris& Child, she cried for Castoria, You can bestow love aud kinduess on Dudley Alsope, Sidney Smith was fatally tianity are asked to bo preseut nnd give When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla. a helping band. Tho pastor, Ke E. your fellow man without any fear of im- shot. Stewart received wounks from When she had Children, she care them CastorU. o Wilson, has been appointed to ask aid of poverishing yourself, Indeed the more which he may die. The three aro young farmers, and had all been white friends and will call ou them you give the more you will have to tho give. paying attention to the same young lady. at their homes aud places of business. n j Arch Goo!t', of Fannin county, TV.- ... is now visitine aniom: mi om 5o- ebration on tliu Uh. ' Mrs. A. K. Cool: and Bister, Mlw ' riatee in tills section. Time is iwlortiui: . f Col. his head with silvery thrw.l-daughter Amiit, tin Mhw Hettis Lyon w ltern i em-- j Friday vieittul l'liu-viHJolin ami Siiliinlay. Major K. W. Freeman, ployed to teach the Richland school tliis , m editor of thit Nowh, delivered the Ma- - year. Thin is u jmliciona selw-tionny. Miss Cor- -' Ml?? Rettlw has a flue reputation ns n sonic nntion St. John's liu CoIhoii. one of MiddltfcboroV fairest leather. Uiimiott .Mi'Onrtjmck hi uaal if daughter, wan in the city visittnu Unt Tin- iitu.-n- hiu iirep.uing lor ft eel- - I. ;s, .... LAUREL COUNTY. The city tlaIg Jiavc put in three Mi&s Mollie Warner has been on-- 1 gaged to tench the school nt Watts Ohnp- - fit: cot lamps at much needed places. j Fancy & Family Groceries Mason's Fruit Jar.-- pell. e The democrats are Koini; to put out a candidate for the senate iu this disit X. will open the nicht at thh point. July 1st. So Mr. J. L. trict. It is time they were doini; it. The L. of-A- , Ring Top Jars, Fruit Jars, Sealing Wax, extra top and Rubbers, Jelly Glasses, Hrass and Porcelain Kettle-- . l ' i n r. ' (. Col-eo- n, THE WILiiii LWK ,u mbjuta & Court-House, tl Wo Hi I.I.XAXnFR'S II )TFI., ' THOROUGHLY EEiYOVATED AND IMPROVED. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Rates 52.50 Per Day. Street-- , opposite A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan. J. L. Marsh ill, Clerks LOUISVILLE, KY. W. R. LOGAN, Klanacer. f i The Old Reliable Jeweler ou JW 1V N.- in the Lead. I las the lamest and j ok pi -' 1 1 J" 4 " COMPLETE STOCK ku.& . j c l- court-hous- e, r7V?oS)7?' H' 'VijA&3 s&3" -- ms?"" &lSSJwJ&xii' Watches and Jewelry f' . .X-tcZ- s if OF ' ever shown in Stanford at prices as low as the lowest. ,11 phy.-icia- uiaui-fuate- d 11 in the State. Remeinber that I have one of the best watch-maker- s who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic- A. R. PENNY. ted and I iruar.tntee satisfaction. a. c. SINK J. X. MES'EFRE Stanford Lumber Yard, The best elected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. LXTOESEX, """" " -. I.ATSI, ,, ... SHINGLES, SASH; DOORS, Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. FLOORING, CEILING, BLINDS, SIBING, 1 17. bread-basket- s. We carry a full stock of everything found in a Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract SINE & MEXEFEE. Stanford. Ky. or building. FXHST - CX.iS.SS fcXTMBER "STABD. ,5.n,R'T, . - PTH'NrTOT. -- wwDealcrln M?fiGIdJ I Vo 41 .. i'jr, 5V .,4a .., ' Min-sutler- er vital-rackin- g chronic-rheuiinitisi- WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEVEEST. 1 ' ,&&fiMbttffi&& All I will Twtin runtro hl 'orlc Warranted. x "Repairing neatly and ly done. prompt-ii- E en-Sta- take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. Fine Yi'atclies a Specialty. (Stanford, Ky.) pure-mtuue- Go to A. A. WARREN'S "MODEL GROCERY" l. For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried Apples. Peaches and Prunes, Bice, Cheese, Pichles, Preserves and Jams; Lamps, Glass- - and Queensware, Tin- - and Woodenware, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, &c. g Te-ga- vice-preside- ) j j Lineoln THF.V liHKEDOX Stoek Farm, THEY DREED ON'. i hs McKINNEY, KEXTICKY. g BK3CM03STT CHXEF Registered .is Rob Link. Sircitliy the great Helinont 64, sire of XiitwoJ ood ly and 3 7 l8Ji, Fred Arthura 14H. Wedge in a 30 lUt aud sire of 25 dau;hterb the datn of v in 1 30 list. Irialaiji1. 8888. 6. two-cen- SXTMAC. Standard Rule S- - otlice-hold- er uuti-negr- o iu f Sired liy Sultan 1513. Ilecerd a 34. First dam llettie Kinkead ly Contractor 1084 Sire of Stamboul 3 ti, Hulyj 19, Alciuer 2 30JJ ireii .y u sire of Dr Wet 1 iT'f . Contractor - - " J" "" " ""' Ajax, lull brother 10 urjnjje uiri a no, uy iiamuic- 8 in 3 !"t. tonian 10. Con tractor' dam Lady fcodbey by VoW- t ir.t dam Lady Ounton by George like; 519. Green's Itamblettnian 158. full brother to ,re Guy Wilke. Xi,lko reco.'d teer and Sentinel. Ajax Vred 7 i J" ' a ijVj, W.Uon 316V4, SoboaiTJi und6o in i 30 Iit. Second dam Josie, record by N!;ht Hawk by 314, sire of RedCiosi a Minnie Warren a a7' Second dam full siswr to D. Monroe Monroe 83s, ire of Lady Monroe 1 ttt't Mtty ami the dams ol Ed Annan a i6'.4, Sentry a 33, Jim bates a 19, Monroe Chief a iS' ( and 14 in a 30 ll.t. a65, Tecumseh a aS .Vc. Jim Monroe b Alexander AUUluh 15. Third dam by Vermont Hero 141, sire of Ladv M a 30 and Gen. Knov, sire of Lady Maud 3 iSJi, Calmors a 19M and 17 in a 30 list. Third dam by Dux all' Mambnno, son of Whip. I'ritate stallion. and 11EI MONT CHIKF is a rich bay in color, was foaled in 1S35; he stands full 16 hands high his hore, smooth turned cf extra muscular development, showing great power. form.hn-.- h is strictly a ol in "et of l.'g, llat, clean and hard in finish: themdiudual meritoldestthis stallion eom.n j: -r . colts are Replug with his h.8h breed.u,;. Hi. andlaction is fully up to and inspeed. He Cnobs, uecaiui, owned by ) had a great natural 0IJ4 and also e"t trial, better than a 30 last year. I will pay $W to the breeder of the first 330 Mich iierforiner ol hn set since he has been owned by me IIELMONT CHIEF will make the season of 1891 t my place near McKinney at ",-.'"" " ' 'i,' ai,aoJ, t, well-to-d- S50 to Insure or S30 the Season, with Return Privilege. Mares kept or. go d zr?ss at 5a per month ; owner' risk. J. P. CROW, Proprietor. ttm Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal F W. WALTON. - Stanford, Ky The New Constitution and the Railroads. Is it possible, after nil, that the tragic rape manifested by the constitution builders against the wicked railroads was on-l- y war-whoo- belittle us by the new constitution, not because its section and attempts to paper was Tune 30. 1S01 opinion of that instrument has changed saying that the editor of this of Hwallow-inhumiliation for it reatlirnis the prediction that its placed under the his own words written or uttered in would bring irretrievable disg Tjik London Echo, whoso editor has The White Feather. of last Saturday good reason to dislike Judge Boyd, who The Mr. Dyche to speak furnished its friends with a great sur- will not even permit to our assertion that the prise and a great humiliation. In set to him, objects of great influence in his terms it abandoned further opposition to Judge is a man Courier-Journa- l The Louisville Store Summer Clearance Sale will commence Tuesday morning and continue one week. assumed, that in fact their wild p was but "sound and fury signifying, nothing?" Let us see about this. Probably the most grievous burden imposed upon the citizen by the necessities of government is the annual, inexorable impost of taxes. At this sore spot inequality or injustice is soonest and most keenly felt by that patient beast of The convention, burden, the of trumpets, set to with a loud Uourish work to make both injustice and inequality forevennore impossible. In the lirst place, (Sec. 170) they exempted from taxation, as does the present statute, churches, eleemoseiiary institutions, Ac, and "not more in value of personal property than Ji'oO." By this last clause, under a conservative estimate, ninety millions of household property in the State, now untaxed, would But at once be placed on the tax-liheretofore lias only been asproperty sessed 70 per cent, of its value. Sec. 17S goes to the root of this abuse. "All property not exempt from taxation by this constitution shall be assessed for taxation at its fair cash value estimated at what it would bring at voutstaky ale." And then follows a provision forfeiting the assessor's otlice if he fails to value and assess nil property. This a little digging, sets the tax equally and impartially but if it applies to everybody and to all property there is little room for complaint. But does it? It was objected time and again during the discussion, by such delegates as Jacobs, DeHaveu, Burnam by the wisest and most conservative that all this matter was purely legislative, proper to be dealt with only by the people in their General Assemblys as occasion required, and entirely out of place in the organic law whose sole province is to lix the great laud marks ot liberty and of good government. Why not leave all this to the people to whom it belongs ? maresponded the distrust the legislature, (that jority, "we the people) we distrust its capacity to act sensibly and we distrust even more its honesty. It is bought up by corporations and takes free passes from railroads." Is this a misrepresentation of the temper of the convention? Bead the following colloquy from the official record of March 27th, page 37: Mr. Mackey "Why should not the entire matter be left to the legislature ?" Mr. Bennett Young "I do not believe much in legislatures." Mr. M. "Would it not be well for the convention to abolish the legislature?" Mr Y. "If I had it in my power, so far as proper, I would make an eflort in that direction." Mr. M. "The tendency of the convention seems in that direction." Mr. Y. "We have gone pretty far." So it was, this feeling prevailed. Thro' fear the legislatures would be corrupted by the railroads and for no other reason, the Chapter of Revenue and Taxation wasengrafted in the constitution. Ninety millions more of the people's household goods are subjected to tax, and all property is to be taxed at its kcll value. Bather hard this, but fair as it applies equally to all, one would say. But read on to the end of the chapter. The very last provision, Sec. IS".), declares this: "Nothing in this constitution contained shall be so construed iw to preicnt the A&anbly from providing by law how mi kikI 11. J', property ihall beivtit&ed, and how taxes thereon shall be collected." Every man and beast and thing in the Commonwealth is taxed to the highest notch by the unchangeable, iron rule of the constitution, fcejitimjonly the railroad, and these are left to be assessed high or low, or not to be assessed at all as the case may be, by these same venal, corplegislatures of which oration-ridden they were so sorely afraid. One would have supposed that the opposite course would have been pursueU, that tue inflexible law- - of the constitution would have been provided for the corporation, while the saving grace of the legislature would have been offered to the masses, but one can no more tell, it seems, what a virtuous delegate is going to do than what to expect from a doboshed legislator. Alas ! it must be confessed evjn this w ise and truly good body of men, wiser and better thau all past legisla-turebetter and wiser thau any future legislature, even the immaculate constitutional convention of !)1, had its breeches' pockets filled with free It. It. passes, and used them with great satisfaction for the weekly free trips homo s and the nightly free trips to the Great llevings! Can of Louisville. it be that this had aught to do with the adoption of Sec. ISO? tax-paye- r. st. plow-shar- e "Bo-causer- " i, adoption aster to the State not because an inteldiscussion ligent, elevated, of its radical changes in the organic law would in any wise embarrass or imperil the democratic State ticket, for no human being can be so foolish as to apprehend this for a moment; not because it U a mntterof slight consequcice, for the Courier-Journwas the first to say, and to say truly, that it is a question of transcendent importance to every man, woman and child in Kentucky; but because "it is no test of any man's democracy," and "a general debate over it might produce "friction."' Tor two months this creat newspaper, with its accustomed force and ability, has been urging us to reject this work of the convention. It has question, urged that it was n allegiance to his paraffecting no man's ty, and that it was the first dutv of and republicans alike not compromising party (inferences in the least to unite in the urgent and imperative task of protecting our common organic law from desecration. And now in the very heat of the tight, which it began and led, it proclaims "For these reasons, we retire with this issue from the discussion." For the same reasons every other newspaper in the State and every public man in the State, on either side of the controversy, should be silent. All sources to which the people have been accustomed to look for information and guidance should be closed, and the gravest and most fateful question which has been submitted to this generation of Kentuckians should be settled without debate, without retlection, without "friction." Indeed no question, however urgent, vital and public, should ever be discussed unless it has been made n "test" of party loyalty. Was ever before so sorry a course taken by a leader and moulder of public opinion? Was ever before so sorry an excuse offered for it ? Did ever before a newspaper, great or small, put such an affront on the intelligence of its readers? The Courier-Journawe say it wholly in sorrow and not at all in anger, has done itself, in one day, what its enemies and rivals could never have done broken forever its power and influence in the State. At the great battle of Mollwitz, and in the hottest part of it, Frederick the Prus- sian commander, turned his horse and fled the field. The common soldiers, however, refused to follow the iguoblo example, and standing their ground, fought out the fight and won by theclose of day, f.n.1 without a leader, one of the world's famous victories. It is even yet the proudest day in Prussian history, and it is even yet embittered by the memory that on that day their king and leader had shown himself a craven. This illustration will need no diagram. non-partisa- n al regard to him. We never made any charges against Judge Boyd. As Mr. Dyche knows, if he is capable of having anything driven into his addled pate, a correspondent made the charges, which upon investigation we found could not bear the test of a legal scrutiny. As a gentleman and as an editor desirous only of doing what is right, we simply stated that what had been charged could not be sustained in court, and that was the end of it. Any gentleman will make all the amends in his power for an injury unjustly indicted an I Mr. Dyche simply counts himself outside of that circle when he goes out of his way to refer to n matter which has been satisfactorily adjusted between those most interested. last long at these ridiculous prices. Bargains Of Bargains we would suggest early purchases, as seasonable goods will not in. Ladies' Muslin ruder- non-partisa- n dem-ocra- ts Tub idea of some scientists that rainfall can be produced at pleasure by concussion has been given a practical test at Washington. Balloons were sent up charged with hydrogen and oxygen that were exploded by electricity. Experiments on an extensive scale are to be made in the arid regions of the west. Bain followed the tirst test, but we suppose it was miing to rain any way. Iowa that by :u.-0George Boies will bo If he does he will be the majority. of the United states. next icaincr ups oc: taaies me snoes from uuc up; gents Jine shoes from $ J up; children Shoes and Slippers in all qualities at reduced n rices. Lace curtains from 70c up. Also an elegant line of Carpets, Oil Cloth, Straw .) fafting at prices never heard, of before. Come in and sec them. If you to heep cool comein and gel one of our elegant light freight Suits. want Black Alpaca. Coatsjrom 00c up. Don't forget to ash for a. booh for one of OUR FINE ROCKING CHAIRS, Which we give away to our patrons with every $20's worth of goods bought from us. Jiggs, Feathers rind (tenseng bought at the highest mulfut price at The assurance comes from vice-preside- 00 NEWSY NOTES. l, i The reooiuage of the trade dollar is to heuin nt once at the Philadelphia and New Orleans mints. There are enough of them on hand to make $,H1M standard dollars and they being lighter than the trade dollar the government will make $i00,000 clear by the operaA girl Id years old who lives in Cintion. cinnati is the mother of two children Helen i rati, a white Kirl of Nt w York, has caused the arrest of Itnlph not twins. exC'onres,s-maThe second mortgage bondholders Lingston, colored, son of hangston, of Virginia, charging bought the Grand Hotel at Cincinnati that he wronged her under pronu-tnf for S2OS.0O0. marriage, she not knowing at the time The 71st regiment lost its armory at of the engagement that he had negro New York by tire. It was valued with blood in his veins. its contents at 5100,000. Woodalrto Fnrra. Cherries and other small fruit are so Mr. Clrtn.-- S. K.itcvof H.irr.nU Crtelr, en.. umlaut in Maryland that the canneries th lollowhitf 'NourtrUI tit of i.liiliin' it lo I ha leael mr w'U'ln'nll rcaovc in Ipiriit riilula "f lthr" ThW l CdJ not na ,ijgjose of them. o( thotc uho itrv uing pastor of the th taoivrral epriiuti n e The State Colored Teachers' Association will meet at Owunsboro, July 7 to 10. The ropublicann of Wayne have nominated Samuel U. Tate for the legislature. Will Yo.mg, negro, was held in $ 1,000 bail for raping an old lady at Lox- cvclonetumedoyera coal breaker Main Street, Stanford, Ky, at Ashland, Pa., and killed six persons. A The State appropriations for the World's fair now aggregate S.77",000. THE LOUISVILLE STORE A. ruiIANSKY, Proprietor. .HANKS AND GAHUIKL, .llnnugcrs. 1ayeyeJeeW OfJll mil i t ry t f iimi Ff-- ii rt l..l(l',l,S r ki. 'It H ' i I I hk, (HMMirv 1 with three cir .i ii.ovt ' u li'.ii fruln a lltutiihNOf (tnc Kl .1 I .iI jt.ir u ' i ' e if 1., i n r I ; Z Z i ; IAIOV V ULULELLnS JH? ImmtSLmZJ fii HV htc hnndrrits 9urh frim r?i A Trw i,30 rr titilllr. vounlrmurt fori? If'. r 'iku"i nil iiK utMim r n'ht'f fifing' ' i TiurrwARK It i:mn V ro.. Whitehall. .V ftllIIIIIMIIIIiatllftllMltllllltliatlllIiaillflMMMIItlltl 2 QUINN'S OINTMENT. It... liftec .. i!hH't ire!nruttor .... ' 'it' t' 'II ' i iiwirtii) rtvtuiiiiii'tKi ii i' . r I . i . Hi ui O111I-ni- it jov j0,n Jaynes, christian church at Falmouth, tie Injnjstry to go on the stage. j.- has left (Juinn' Oiiiimmt SEASONABLE GOODS. Grass Hooks, Machine Oil, Farm Bells Bucklen's Arnica Salve The best ilve id the uorll fur cult, brums, lore, ulcer., tail rlifum, fevr ore, letter, chapped turuh, chilbla.ni, cernt and all iki erup lions and pAtitivrly cures piles, or uo pay rcqmr ed. It is guaranteed tu itive petlect tatislatUer, Pnco i$ cents par box. or money ratunded For sala by A R. I'rnnv, Stanford, Ky. o well known and t Thi remedy '" popul ir a to nerd no apctial mention All who r aing the wrat kkik ol have used Kleilric llilU-praise A purer medicine does not exist .tnd it la guaranteed to do all that la claiiwd Hlccliic Hitters will cure all disease of the l.iser and Kidneys, will remove l'imples, lloila, Mtlt Uheum. and ill other affections caused by impure nlood drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial Fevers For acuie of Headache. Constipation and Inditfe""" 7 or Hitters Kntire satisfaction gauranu-emoney refunded l'ricc $oc and 51 per bottle f - I,i.iil .. ... - i 11.. rodsunrir, was iouny uiuiuuiuu l.t nn. known fiends in Fort Worth, Texas. The old Terry Boiling Mill at Wilmington, Del., burned, causing n loss of $o00,000 and throwing :)00 men out of . . B. McBrayer, formerly of liar- - Lightning Fruit Jars, Mason's Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, -- Electric BtUors In his speech at Falmouth, Hon. John Brown said that as an humble citizen he will vote for the new consti- tution, but will not discuss the question in his canyass, as said he "I fully recog- nize that it is uo test of nuy man's dem- ocracy, for I know thousands of the best democrats of the State who will vote the other way. I do not intend during the canvass to again allude to the subject, but will give my attention to State and National politics, about which there are well defined issues. I will discuss the record of the republican party, which its candidates seek to shun." Of course we wish Mr. Brown could j ' Gen-en- d have taken the side we have so heartily championed, but the fact that he has not will cut no fiL'urein our earnest support of him and I.. II.. it... .!.!-.- . mc me iicKei lie so urtuiuiy ucuuo. f I... I I constitution is not an issue in this campaign nnd we are not going to fall out with our best friends for not thinking as we do. .f l"II I Vl Ifll'II AIM). tllH Wnshim-to- s, flesh-pot- Because the Courier-Journa- l on the Constitution is no reason that the Times should havo done the same is bo too, except that it under management, a charge that it editorial has been tryinK to repel for lo these many vcara. The Weather Service will be transferred from the war to the agricultural department tomorrow. Perhaps after that it will not be bo red hot. double-eomersault- idiot who telegraphed Foraker to have the Ohio convention take suitable ac tion on the discharge of "the icbel woman, who on hearing of Sherman's death, said the devil has got his dues," is in iail for stealing miners from the .,.. !..... Tl.Ia !u ,. turril.K. niitrum lltvnv T.'l hmiHL'B. I lie low iib oi U1IUOI1, which the Ohio republicans ought at Merrill and James are flooded nnd Ho once to meet in called convention and square miles of country are overflowed, Lightning struck a powder house nt stigmatize in the strongest language of) which they are capable. So great a pa- - G dveston, Texas, nnd exploded 2,000 triot as J. Fraze Richard should not be kegs. The couutry for miles around was permitted to have his war on women shaken, houses being wrecked four miles checked by a sojourn in a foul dungeon away. La., and a A neurn at Shreveport, even if he does steal and do other mean wnite man at cavaininii, v.., c.c ......, things. ed Friday. A brother of the latter went The lion and the lamb seem to be ly- on the scaffold to bid the condemned ing togetherconsiderably this year. Maj. good-byWood was the guest of Hon. John On the 23th the body of Stonewa'l Young Brown while he was sick in HenJackson was quietly removed from derson, and the Somerset Keporter says: the grave at Lexington, Va., in which it Mr. Brown was entertained while here has been since its burial and placed in Morrow. They were by Hon. T. the new vault built for the purpose, and classmates at Centre College in l&w. over which will be erected the monuBrown was serenaded at Judge Mor- ment subscribed for by the entire Southrow's residence Monday night by the ern people, and which will be uuveiled Somerset orchestra and replied in a few ed July 21. happy remarks." Among the last batch of paroled conAm. his newspaper friends hoped that victs is Thomas Jones, sent from PulasCol. II. M. McCarty's honorable career ki county October, 1800, for three years would bo climaxed with a unanimous or manslaughter, the proof showing that election for the senate, but it is not to in an altercation with two men, the son, be now, at least. A. O. Beard, of Scott, O. '.. Jones, also in the penitentiary on beat him in Woodford nnd that county thn same charge, did the shooting which holding the balance of power, the editor resulted in the death of one of men and voundinB the other. was defeated, the inore'a the pity. I i j e. '-. work Th. titmnernncG lecturer. Francis Mnrrihv. and wife were among the in- jure,i jn n railroad accident on theXortl.-Youn- g urn iauifu.. 'pWo gentlemen and three ladies uoatinK in the Ohio near Cincinnati were run ,iow ),y a fleet of barges and all were ,ir0ned. Henry Martin, a white man, who na() een arrested by a negro policeman al pjIje ji(lir, Ark., resisted, and was SMOt nmi killed. jav Gould owes his life to a brake- ,.i,n snatched him out of the way mfl of a lightning express just as it was i,oUt to strike him. Hon j,as invented a pneumatic xvhich it is claimed will throw f0 Kn p01,n,8 0f dynamite three miles and can fire,j twice a minute. M. Matilda Partridge, an old and toiiL'h one. who admits to be il.has brought 6uitfor breach of promise againbt Andrew Joyce, IK), in Brooklyn. lames Matherly accused of poisoning Jelf Holliday, has been held for trial without bail in Washington county Dock Matherly was discharged. A destructive cyclone swept within 2o miles of Denver, Col., during the recent storms. Hail stones killed 230 sheep, ami blinded a very large number. A Hnn.l nt Cherokee. Ia washed Grain. Cradles, Mowing Blades, Lconnard Bcfrig-erutor- s, Water Coolers, Wh.ite Mountain Freezers, Uiuc, Salt, Cement, Plaster Paris, Plasterer's Hair. B. IS.. & TFT. H. WEAREN. -H.4.-jRUPLEY,-- A It l'enn's druj;tore , Mr Frank MulfmaH.a you; mull of Hurling-tonO , slates that he had been under the care ol and used their treatt a prominent phvticians ment until he v uv not able to K1 around. 1 hy pronounced his cave to be Consumption and Incurable. He was i.ersuaded to try Dr. Kill iNew Ihviover) for Consumption, CouRhs and Colds and at that tune was not able to walk aires the to-d- AWondor Workor. j street without revll K He found before he had used half ol a dollar txiitle that lie vv.tv much bet enjuvin ter; h continued to ueit and is good health. If you have any throat, lunit ..r I rut IrfHtle free at A. K chest trouble trv it IVnny sdrut; store m 118wfaHrtH3kilv - .fl&v. ,r j -- f r I Is Receiving His Acton a new principle -- regulating the liver, A new stomach and bouelv through the nerves. Mr. Miles' Fills speedily cute bilious ducovery piles, constipation ncti, had taste, torpid liver, Smallest Unequalrd for men, women, children fre mildest, surest vo doses $ cents. at A. It Fcimy's, Stan lord Mllea' Norvu tvnd LlvorPUlB Springii Summer Goods Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. Give uim a call. Tliey All I'allctJ. of ('i.utiibus, Vi i Tiieiiulon-ih- from Mr , i V A Ijimu. sIuiikicIi and duclors in N w Viflj, two I'lillHili-ptii.i.iinn f.' s.i.he. id hsih iH't-Ireiii Vulli prostiMl " t lntitueIIj' bffui-uiM.i- i.rjtite snniim ihitijcsol i.ulii-kII..C .u he i iuina ism, II'h life. nerTi.us il'st'irbiinceH etc Ask nt A. U Fetinv sdruK Hore ora frea va tha Ncrvlni' liolixtt in (!iiicmati n'el in IliifTt'i for In hkiii'Ik U ri lntaS'i. O'f Ii iiin h si.nft-"Mfoi her ,,v "ir1 i Ttmnsnn. i!'l' s t lit. Iht wonilerlu'lv ; . V Uify ail M. i trial Nerve Mrs iKittlD and Henri. .mil Hi .Mllei new boo.t A Id In M irv I'orsiiiiSste Wom.ui. iii-e- pniirrrin! IGHTN6N6 IdUoOOL INIHENT BEAST MAN FOR OR V ferer from of hreulli, had nnjry r U pui i Alter talon,' two butties. lerlnir. fainttir. eti.iy, lam Of Or. Mites' New llearl Cme, hie years Mv mind ."el than f. r better have iinpr(ei wonderfully. I udvivo ml per-" sons tiiti nfll rir.l t.i n. this '.'rent retnedy A. It. I'cnn,. iiru,'Kil. n feinnK'n.is .unl (,'uar.in-tot.t L)i Miles' work on lltirt Ihmui, containing marvclou tustlinonials, free f - ten llianlUUI ne.jrt rcn-ioI. Maker, of Omi. M ill li Sin w.m a rr ,t huf n ycur W jh s,h rt Mle, tl r! ifftXs PEEDYfW THE F. I Woi URE . lame BacKprih;eTc. 'otfe application RICHArlD50H-TAYuOrlMEr)Co. ItfEpFonTr,,: 0Yr:AFoRfriEuMTl, , cjREf rROI,p o ? s LULKY U. HOUSE, RHEUMATISM can always be with A London, RILEY, Proprlotor, - - - Kentucky. neuralgia, and sciatica have mneii to my new lintel and nm brttei pitpartil th.m ever to accoinnioil.ue ttic public (!ood I.niry attacln-i- l and every coiui'nience div sired. Imc me a call. KKANK Klt.KY. 77 ffl 111 uvsiMl,"jUl) L successfully treated ALEXANDER'S Seventh and .Market HOTEL, btrect, l& I Ayer's Sarsaparilla cure the persistent use of this medicine. will Louisville, Wll.l. on Jefferson - - - Kentucky, M gststBpsiMfpTsBf wHKjsHjDPrvrTllr Ol'KN MONDAY, R ?. is sure to follow Has Cured Others cure you. Having sold out our entire interest in the hotel, street, we have mused to our old staad that c occupied fur years so successfully on Seventh and Market streets, are now tilting it up in shape, new throughout and the outfit will in every way he elegant, Including cue ol Hale's Safety Passenger and llaguage Klcvatnrs with all the late improvements We vant allot ourold friends to cf.mc aud tee u in our old home. We promise you that our rooms, table and service shall be second to none in the land. My wife, Mrs Ju II. Alexander, wants to be remembered to all our lady friends and she will be plad to see them and give them a hearty reception. Fare S per day, ioV 10. U.ALKXANDEIt, Manager. i:. II. FARMER. T0NS0HIAL TARTTST, STANFORD, KENTUCKY, s Has a liarbcr Shop on Main street, opposite Tortinan House, and invites a share of your patronage. Prompt attention to outside calls and special attention to ladies and children. Work done in the latest style with neatness nnd dispatch. first-clasSS-t- I, r, ,1 m.,wi-n- MHttMa, lT"vY''- - Yi,"7J "p--- " lSemi-Weekl- y InteriorJoukhal Kv - KvcitYTiriNd in igiy Hue for cost till further notice. Mrn. Kate Klkin, ner. Koii frcflh milli- Tub 1th of July picnic at O reon Briar Springs will be n grunil affair ami every body blionlil go. bushels as the crop of the Lincoln ty for 1MU. LANCASTER, coun- 'KTANI-OItl)- , .Il'NC oO, 1SH1 fruits, hreails, cuke?, ami the like call on It. GARRARD COUNTY. Garrard 'Am-me- K V Sou: n cents for I.e.xingtonltolli!r Mill Punk Mrs. Mary Hell Adams writes Hour. Kvery seek gnnranteoil. It. K. iV. MEANS BUSINESS. that she will give a free picnic at old W. II. Wenren. Dripping Springs on the 4th of July. s imixi. henutifully niul nrtisticnlly To TiiAutmi". IJxiuiiiiiation for white Kverybody invited to come and bring ili ne at A. It. IViiiiv'h. II y. your watch, dock niul jewelry teachers. Fiidny, July 3rd, at i) a. m. their dinner. at A. It. Vunuy'e. All work sharp. Please come in time. W. I. Nkw Fiiim. Having purchased of S, warranted. McClary. P. Mugg his interest in the firm of Stagg Ki.mi.mukk thntnll silverware, wntchee. Whim: working with n twine binder, it McKoborts, I ask of my friends and r nun, Ac, bought nt A. It. l'enny'a will ' e eni;rnveil frcn of clmrite. Dick Denny caught his hand in a old patrons a continuance of patronage tearing a couple of fingers apart I have heretofore receceived. Very rePERSONAL POINTS. and otherwise bmlly injuring it. spectfully, W. II. mucins. Mn J J. lVwTuit'u little son Hays. is Tavks. Sherill J. N. Menifee notifies Drill N'u the storm of Sunday afternoon r ,1 of Mux. that he is ready to re- lightning struck n tree on Mrs. dtisan Mi.- -. J. C. M(Cmi:y is the the ceive their taxes, ami hopes every one Hlackerby's farm, killing a couple of valwik at Ilale'ri Well. uable mules that were standing under 'UN Km.i.icwx, of Lexitmton, spent will try to be the first to pay. it. There was a severe storm in the in. lay with Iiih mreitts here. Fan drunkuu ami diwmlerly conduct Hubble neighborhood and for mi hour Mu. Hk.n Simlimn'm. of Lebanon, was mid chiibliii: n coiiph of women of his the rain fell in torrents. The dust wasn't .'CI T. I. Hill's last wn'k. own color, Hill Singleton was fined 510 Ms I'.ki.i.b Ilcrt iiira.v left yestenlny in Jndve Carson's court yesterday morn- laid though in Stanford. f t ChHttnnoogH to visit friends. ing. After working out hi tine he will John W. Wai.i.aiu swore out a war of Itoyle, is the pit'-- l he tried for ctrryitiK cmeculin! Mih Ki i. v weaoiis. rant yesterday for useuiilt against Kowau f MisftM Lixiieand Mary Hright. Siiulley, who he claimud had struck his with Mi l.ornu I i ii.ioN, of CrwIiOrrlmril, Tin dispatches led us into error sala- son Will so as to produce bruin fever. reference to the of a"t n K'd the hop Friday ovenitik'Dr. Hold swore, however, that as the WH)tuiHStcrs in this Mk Jiiiin HriAiit, Jit., 'ii down from ries oHhird class lick was on the shoulder that could not section. Several of them nre increased. have produced concussion of the brain. lit i a c in pie of dnyu Ins' week. Mkh Uhkns, of IottiHVille, is vifitint,' At Ijincnstcr, Miss Kiln Wataon's is in- The youth did not deny that he struck ' r relatives, Mr. and Mr. J. M. Wniy, creased from I,1(X) to $1,200, Danville the blow, but said lie did it because Mk J. J. Sani-ioof Danville, wiia up geu an increase of $IOi) and so do Wallace had lied on him. Judge Carson Iiiwrcncchurg, Miildlesboro, held Ufc,irilnv. See Ilia notice of farm for the defendant in S'0 bond to the I'inevilie, Hichmouil, Somerset and Win- - circuit court. h f. Mi:. (). V. Uiucy and wife, of l'ine-...- Chester. Staufonlreumiiis as Inst year. . farmers and Tiiosutuo are at her mother's, Mrs. Mury Swallow ku a Honk. (Jeorge Dinwid-dl- , gardeners, Fatty Nunnelley and Hrighty I IIIH. chief clerk at Mr. D. 15. Slaughter's Ferrill, are prejmring to make a mint of Mu. CiiAHLne I). W Minis bnck from a Sunduv money this year and it looks now as if t t.i hm wothur, Mrs. Mary Webb, hi Green Hriar Sprinus, was down to have Dr. Ctirpiitsr remove a lwne thev ate on the right road to do I'.tr.H bile eating a jiiece so. ltcalizing the high price paid for Mm. . J. Crow and Mrs. J. K. Uovor from his throat. of chicken that morning he accidentally Irish potatoes and the growing demand m ut to Lexington to attend swallowed r bone j inches long which for cabling! ami tomatoes, they rented t C IHllltltlllli.l. Mm. .MaKs Lkk Hiitferwi it biuiitroke not only pained him greatly but gave '.Jo acres of laud from Mrs. .Sue Haugh-inilii in much alarm. The Crab Orchard ami put half of it in potatoes, S i .lny and its vury ill nt her futlior'f, doctors tried to relievo the young man of acres in cabbage and the remainder in Mr. 1. J. Hatcher. Mu. J. H. Iloiing, of the & X.. with his trouble but failed to do so and It was tomatoes. The jtotatoes and cabbage are for him to route to this place looking splen lidly while they have toImiartcrH at New Orlonne, itt visiting necwMwry to Ih? ridded of the "bone of contention." matoes its large as lien eggs ami some of I h uf frieudd here. Mk. J. . HixriLcv, ot Washington Will Tom Pence, son them nearly ripe. This It perhaps the ;iity, ih the gncM of her pMrenl, Mr. of Kliebn Pence, of Rowland, had his largest garden in this section and will Mr It. C. KngletiiMii. i. head severed from his body by freight very prolmiily prove the best paying Mi.wt. F. L. TiioMfaox and David train X near Orhiu Friday night. Mr. IIIH). 1". .titer, Mt. Vernon iiu'rrliiuitH, weie Pence whs braking on and was sent FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. i encti-rduii limiiuwi. to Mag :U. Worn out and sleepy, it is J. H.Swope sold to a Lexington Mu Matt. WowiitiiK, of .Middletilioro, supitose that he laid down and with the Mirty a fancy road mare for .hn down yosterdivv to w hid Utile ton, rail for a pillow, dropped into a nap. J. H. Stephens sold to a Madison lias poinuthing liku tlu.V. Other portions of his body were badly gelding for I. IS. Cook, of Cumberland Kalle, wns manulcd and the corpse presented a county party a :year-ol' i c Friday and informed tin that ugooil sickening sight. It was brought here $,.,00. At Chicago Jockey Hritton was killvmI wmh gathering at 1ih delightful and pre i hi red for burial by Mr. J. C. ed by Miss Dixie falling. The horse was h imtiier rebort. McClary, Undertaker II nil'man's assistMn M. I.ium.hon write" us to chnngu ant. Mr. Pence was under J0 but was fatally hurt. Foi: Sai.k! Yoke of large work oxen, ' s paper from Citiriinmti to Crab Ureli-ii- r engaged to lie married shortly to a lady well broke, I thoroughbred Holstein . i uticte lilrt wife will npcud the at Maywood. bulls. W. II. Miller. 4t. I). X. Prewitt bought of Chns. Spil Hilk'h Wki.i.. A couple of days at lit. John M. Ckaki, who Ih now a full Igeil phvtiiciau, will arrive thiH week Hale's Well again proved to the writer man 7" hogs at cents; of Wm. Gooch practice hiu proft'hsion. He is a lio-- r that there are wonderful virtues in its ISO at l and 40 of John Kogaty at 4, all water, which comes in cooling draughts for delivery last week in August. "putiHst. A.T. Xunnelley bought of Sam AcMn. 1: old citmun of US feet from the bowels of the earth. . Tit kijh, a tine hogs at cents and of t Wiht Fud, received a utrnke of pe- Mr. Iteubuu Flora, the clever proprietor, ton II rt. mh a day or two ago and is in n cnti-ta- t has put thing's in nice shape, and the Huchauan & Davis '20 lambs at I to Ij; main building and the cottages look all of various parties 'JO calves at '' to '2 r unlition. - the cooler for their coats of white wash cents per pound. Mn. J. A. II of the LoiilnThe Xews says there never was such :,c Time.", iucoiiimnit.Hl by his wife as they nestle in the shade. Mrs. Flora ud bnliy, pus'iud up to Crab Orchard sets a splendid table, her handsome n peach crop as is now bending the trees daughters, Miss Salho and Florence, do to the ground on Muldraugh's Hill. For Mturday to hpend a few weeks. Miis. I. 11. Hi (.lies niul Mrs. M. L. all in their power to make the time pass miles ami miles can be seen orchard afWakctield. of HlooiuiiiL'tou, III., arrivml pleasantly to the guests, and on the ter orchard groaning under the weight Saturday to nee their brother, Mr. J. M. whole Hale's Well is moroattructivo than of the luscious fruit. It is handy and cheap and Last week was a line one for wheat A ray, who we are glad to wiy is better. ever before. Missks Mauy and Kate Cimitis were the wonder is that our citi.eus do not harvesting and the farmers got in their work well. The acreage was fully up to gitftlHof Minses Sallie and Florence Flo- patronize it extensively. .. the average, and the yield will be about the ra The latter will be their Tiik Hoc. Had the music been good '.ut of the week niul take in the (.ireen the impromptu hop on Friday evening PJ bushels to the acre. Some sales of new wheat have been made at 7.5 and SO Knar picnic on the 1th. would have rivaled the grand cents. Tititiiii.k--, a brother of Mrs. (.'(u I. W. i:. W. Lee sold to W. T. Robinson that the Merry H,chelors are noi'.JSuuuelley of this place, has been ted for givine, but as it was, it was a 200 mountain ewes at $4. I). X. Prewitt lUiiiniated by the democrats to repre- most enjoyable occasion and a fitting (? shipped Thursday 0 s of lambs, sent Madison in the next legislature. An finale of a week of festivity. There S'J pounds average, to Cincinnati, for Alliance man is his only opponent. were at least 10 young ladies who par- which he paid ." to oj cents. He ship - Mu. J. W. Uhow.v, late of Mt. Vers from lmcaster Tuesticipated in the Terpsichorian revel and pi il S non, writes from Arans.iH Harbor, Tex-a- a fairer or lovelier lot could not bo found day. Advocate. that his family has arrived safely and were the vast domain between Cape Cod I). X. Prewitt bought of I. S. TeviB u i are delighted with that part of the and Kalamazoo seached. Attired in full :Ci0 lambs and I'OO each of A. It. Denny lxne Star State. Of course they can't do evening dress, these 10 fiuorcd fairies, and Arch Walker, to be delivered by without the I. J. and Mr. Hrowu's letter July 10, at ."i. Prewitt it Lynn will was to order it to his now homo. handle this season s,000 lambs, for which COI-- . J. U. CltAIMKHK, Of tilt' Paris they will pay the farmers about $112,000. Keutuckiau, who never misses an imThe lamb crop now brings the farmers portant gathering, religious or political, more than their hogs used to. showed up the last night of the convenThis tarill atrocity has forced down tion and was the guest of Dr. and Mis. the price of Ohio vool in one year from J. Ci. Carpenter. Wo were busily en o4 centH to ;!1 J cents. Wo have this gaged in getting out the last paper when year imported four times as much wool he htole quietly into the ollice and out of a character similar to the Ohio wool atain almost, before we knew it as we did for the like period last year, and the importations of all kinds of VICINTtyT CITY AND wool have more than doubled. J aus at J. 11. Foster's. ritriT Attention is directed to the notice of Yorn account will be duo July 1st. the Garrard county fair which appears l'lease call, get a copy and settle same. in this issue. It will bo hold July 17 A. A. Wairen. and l.S and tho exhibition promises to bo assisted by the chivalry of this immediSi'iuNi.s will open to- ate section, made a scene that caused even moie successful than last year, Chaii delighted everybody. The morrow. Our next representative, Mr. many an old head to long for the days of when it premium list is enlarged, no entrance fee P. II. F.dtnison, who is clerk, will see to his youth that he might take part in tho will be charged and no such it thai everybody, and especially his merriment and with thought only of the for Btock w'ord as fail will bo known. constituents, are properly attended to. dance, Dip the light fantastic to his Tho Climax says that ono Kichmoud heart's content. Hcsidcs our bevy of The manager of the Intkuiou Joiminai. handsome "homo" girls, the following merchant shipped 1S.000 dozen eggs in the last so veu weeks, paying V2 to 14 JJase Hall Club is making arrangements were pres- cents for them or a total of $2,;140. Thou of games on the, grounds young ladies from a distance for a couple who added greatly to the pleasure the elongated interrogation mark adds: here on .Saturday next, July 4th. Our ent, eggsageration, but eggsactly of the evening as well as to the beauty This is no next ibsuo will state what club or clubs tho facts in tho case, showing that tho Hem-arof it: Misses Julia Yager, Hessio eggsperiment of running a largo produce hey will cross hats with. Louisville; Misses Flora Wheatley, house in Richmond is, as ho eggspected i Tiik many stockholders hereabout of Anno Lou deJamette, Georgia; Misses it would be, a profitable one. S. Murphy writes: Aa in'Squire the First National Hank ot Florence, Mary and Annie Pickett, Shelbyville; dicating tho J. wheat crop of Lincoln counMiss Kiln Thiol ey, Harbonrville; Misses ty you might sav that it is known that Ala., will be glad to learn that tho of tho Florence National l?auk does Mariali Cook, Mamie and Carrie Currey, about 1(1,000 pounds of twine have been not ailed it in the least, except that its Lancaster; Misses Kato Cook, Anna Iteid, used, averaging 1J pounds to tho acre business will increase. Tho cashier Lou Dryo, Hustonville. It Was 3:o0 be- gives about 10,700 acres cut with twine binders; which estimated to yield 10J wires Mr. A. A. McKinnoy that the fore tho music stopped and even at that bushels per acre, gives 112,000 bushels. First National Is all right in every par- late hour the happy youug folks left the If half aa much more has been bound hall with reluctance. with straw we should then have 10S.000 ticular anil daily growing stronger. Jl m coy-whe- B.O.WALTON, bus. MnnaKer A EimwKit which was both needed and An unusually large number of efreshing cooled the torrid atmosphere young ladies will visit Luicister during some yesterday afternoon. the fair. At last accounts James L. Duncan, who has been (juitt ill at Atlanta, Ga., was greatly improved. The Ijuirnstcr Hop Club will entertain at the opera house Friday evening, July 17. Saxton & Trost will furnish Stoek Fair LANCASTER, - - KY., ox July 17th and 18th, '91, Co. - AT - the music. Mrs. Dr. Fisher Unz commenced the erection of .i beautiful resilience on Lex- -- OrTKRS- i. tax-jKiyc- I'oi-K- , - -- , liar-rotUbu- e, well-know- n 1 . ui 1 1 . iit j Dkai-itatki)- . ! ington street, between tho college and K. W. Lillard's. For road, saddle and harness Horses, Mules, &c. At a meeting of the directors of the EaF No fee for exhibition. Competition open to the world. Send Garrard County Stock Fair it was decided to hold the fair on Friday and Satur- for catalogue to K. W. LILLARD, Secy, day, July 17 and l.S. The "list of preW. WALKKR, Prudent. Lancaster, Ky. miums ollered is unusually liberal and the managers have gone to work with a determination that insures success. Hy an arrangement entered into by the pRstors of the various churches, ser vices will be had at only one of the churches on Sabbath night during the summer months. The first of thi i meetings will be held at the Christian church nextSunday night, when lit v. Cook of the Methodist church will preach. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Karris have taken isCJ3AN ala'MyfcajjMhJ rooms at Dr. Win, liulnnan's. Wood G. Dunlap was in town Saturday. Clyde and for Lamlram has accepted a permanent position as operator nt Central Covington. that Catnrlsv cttn Colic, Con.'tlpatlon, "Castorln Is m well Sour SUunach, DiarrhTa. Enjetation, I recommend it as superior to any prescription , John S. Homier is recovering from n KllU Worms, give and promoted di known to me " II. A. AnciiF.n, M I)., potion. short spell of sickness. F.ph Higgins is injurious medication. Without Ill So. Oxford St., DrooVlyu, N, Y, in town. D. M. Lackey and Col. FaulkTne Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. ner are here from Madison county. Mrs. Walker Landram has returned from Kichmoud. The large grain elevator, near the K. C. di'pot, was destroyed by fire about o'clock this, Monday, morning. When discovered the entire house was ablaze and none of the contents was saved. The building was owned by W. H. A3NTD ami valu-- d Ht !.(HX). The building contained 4,ikx) wurili of when', the property of H. A IS. M.irksbuiv, and $VHX) worth of wool bfi'iiigmg to Joe Haas, of Danube. Tiie ongin of the lite is unknot. u. -- An : Attractive : List : of : Premiums Infants Children. tlc-p- t 1 ! W. B. IVIcROBERTS, JSBTEI.EH, DRUGGIST Has the Newest and Latest Styles of Wall Paper, Every Shade and Color of Alabastine; The Best and Purest WhiteLead and Oils; m j Kin-nai- rd - :' $-- 00. ah d a Assembly will iuuet Senator John W. Daniel, of Virginia, will deliver an oration on the 4th of July. The Key. William M. Ogden, rector of the Ch'irch of the Holy Cro-at Warrenburg, X. Y , fell dead in hii pulpit while preaching a sermon Sunday. TheChniitMiitju.i to-da- at Lexington i j 1 Ready Mixed Paints and NeaVs Carriage Paints; s, XFAV ADVKKTISKMKNTS. Largest and Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks And JKWl-XR- Sil- mini-mr- FAR3K 1 FOR SALE. ih Stanford and liiown at the Old henry IlrigM duelling contains S comtortablc pbee room- - and all in good rup.ur. Cool water and locality henlthful. Addrctc, J. J. SAMUEL, Unnville, Ky Tln-tram-c c m nl lo i'll privately my larm of.$ acres on the Knob I.icV Turnpike J1 miles from the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r to do all kinds of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, day and night. in loO-poun- d .'5 FOR CASH ONLY. Finding Hut 1 . an not make a decent living bv doini; irnlit 1uMncs, I h.ie dei idcd to do nil of my hurr khoi'in.;, 'utfi:y and ninn malting mid reuirni f"f ci?h, and tor cah only lty jiavniH tah Jem can net wcrk. done cheaper a well a a "ill the humiliation of rumps ttati menu, ry lev neeks prrft'iitud WAI.TKR K1KLI1S. J4.t.n uriierswlle, Ky. The Most Popular SALT ;JlbrffraEfcMBnMMtCjfcji ti 1 TAXES I TAXES 1 1 t"tjWflHHHHHfr wSMKwwBAwwwwHMrwwBwwwpBJBfp Mm' gut-M- s TO TAX PAYEKS UK LINCOLN COI N- 1 am prepared tocoilci t yon taxes for iNj'. TY 1 have sc)iol tax to collect lor i? dmtricts. Come prepared t pay nil at tine time I hope will try to be first to settle that every with me ' r one of my deputies mi Richard M. Ncwlanil, Samuel . Menefee J. N MI NEKEE, ShentTof Lincoln Co. On the market is the RltlTS OF ROCK SALT because stock will do 20 per cent, better and it will go three times as far as common barrel Salt. I have just received a car load and will quote low price. "semi-annuals- " J". -- I COOK'S SPRX3NTGS t Mtuated in a I eaulifnl alley mi l)n Kner, miles cast of Stanford, near the county road 4 e lending from Goshen to the Stanford and pike, will ie open for thoe seeking a iui. et, plnavant uud healthful Summer Itonrt First. chti aicomimulatluiuuill be furnished to giieMs, and. ks the Springs have been very recently open-ekAmon the mathe ItriiM vvillbe reasonable ny aimiiements will be cIiiiicuik', boating, fihing, etc Carnase. will meet K"'''tsat Rowland when notihed The Hion ol 18..1 will open with a Or ami Pi. im June ,. 'Iirmi for board c in be had by adilreMlit: J F. COOK, Pror , Stanford, Ry. j5 ali-uPreach-crsvill- B. FOSTER. No- car-load- REMOVED. Having Removed My Stock- - car-load- c, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, tions, Etc., 3ack to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken tn exchange. H. FX.E2ZXTER. Dealer in Foreign A 11. tfmm mestic WINES AND LIQUORS, Semi & A.kcrman' and Milwaukee bottled beer, ,V4 Eat Jefferson street, bet Floyd and Steam bottled Preston, LOl'ISVU.I.F, KY beer, warranted to keep n months My j;nod will be found at the I 'or' man Mouse saloon and 1' on. at rerrill llr.V , Rowland IB. IF. IROTJT. r. COMPANY :. B2 grr CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS 1ST ES . Oiu-UAiu- ) .&&&& WMMU IF YOU WANT CREAM g O IKKTELAJR, LEXINGTON.KY: MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES d, GOOD BREAD AND A IIAPl'Y COOK, USE fail-ur- o CREAM FLOUR MADE 11Y TRUNKS & VALISES Stagg Li-"- LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS COMPANY, LEXINGTON, KY. & McRoberts. ., 1 . Mfjip ays 5ET lafjyly 13,801. line I)uy lu tlin As most renders well know, dog days Publlslted Every Tuoaday and Fr day include the period from July 3 to Aug. 11, and take their iiuino from Sirius, AT known ia the "Dog Star." Sirius is the ; AMUt YJCiVK.iy most brilliant of the fixed stars, and is at the head of the constellation Canis Ma jor, WWhen nut so paid S2 SO U e charged.This star, during the or Great Dm period which wo refer to ns dog days, K. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. rises with tho sun or within tho same Train lUtn Rowland at 7 oo a. m , returning hour Owing to this, tho astronomers say that the dog star rises "heliacally" " 5JL.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. from July3 to Aug. 11. Tho Egyptians, who worshiped the l J P13 Mailtraio going North ' 34Pm dog as n sacred beast, as did several South Express train" South others of the ancients, attributed tho ex'47 am North of bummerto the Local Freight North 6oia treme heatMajor constellation;inlluencoof supra tho Canis South the presThe latter trains also carry passengers. ent Egyptians, however, Icnew nothing abo e ts calculated on standard time. Solar The of this myth, with tho exception of the time is about 20 minutes latter sect known as the Copts. But with other nations it A. S. PIUCE, superstitionis different. With many the has been perpetuated and SLROEOV DEMIST handed down to generation after generaOffice on Main street cur W U. Mc Roberts' tion until tho present time, when the Drug Ui.,S'.aniorii. most intelligent jeoplo of tho realm speak of dog days as a season of baleful L. B. COOK, glares and breezes. But in will all bo future PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, changed. tho far regular this By a shifting of the STANFORD. KY. point where the sun crosses tho equator, Residence, which is caused by what is termed the Office over McRoberts' Drug Store a lames It Owens property at the junction ot "procession of the equinoxes," tho time ille and Dam llle pike will come, in about 11,000 years, when this evil designing Great Dog constellaR. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. tion will only riso with tho sun in midWonderful, indeed, is great winter. DENTIST. D.iino Nature, which causes tho huge Officcon Mam street, opposite Portman House, planets to swing to and fro like gigantic upstairs Nitrous Oxide uas given for painless pendulums strong on invisible wires, "'""'"'STANFORD. KENTUCKY. bringing tho seasons in regular rotation with unerring certainty. St. Louis Semi-Weekly is-n- Interior Journr. r TISSUE PAPER PANSIES. to Slake Tlicni Kxplalnrtl by Simple Illustrations. Cut two pieces of desired Bhade like Fig. 2; two like Fig. 3, nnd one like Fig. 4. Fasten them with a green thread around the center of a stem, as in Fig. 1, allowing the stem (covered green wire) to show just a tiny bit in tho cen- Hon- FOR SALEI Lot on Main Street in Stanford Coniai- nil TR -i ares. L AC" -- errn. ea.y W TON, Stanford i tlBS-YMIU1 p twM ajBflSSSSSS--V V E DR. W. mm I PENNY, Deiilisl. B. , m cf. recently Office South side Mi tr vacated by Dr. I. F 14 inman Mintiird, Ky r w l&Sl xukt sm: . (AUti iFftBSvMfSlSHSSia wuvhuv. wa v Klcctioa Notice I .' . . ...""" POWDER Absolutely Puro A . lr. r. all ntitl 111 in f t utar ikn, fivniu,; . strength a K 1 1 it jtut t II S t .' ol , a nieiin l!l count) clwk ia Co'sinfi v ;. by the hreh"lu.r f the C1m.lns1.1t1 and k. mucky Southern Hail aJ Co fx lh purao.t ele ting a Boar.1 irf IMr'ct-r- s of said Compsiny lor llie iraiisa. ti.Hi l h hu.mt.s sis ml) the meeiintr, Ii'i.i rouzht hrfote inci'tpor order of the HWARUsi ivITCHIE, AM'v. isji .ssite. Ky . Iun-- u Monday, July oil,Kv m th. ofue ofth' Making St dim! 'f loin.. Mi. Mrfjn .ii ir mi ,r t . i i il t i . Dvtioit, .:i j.-.l.- .' i. New York, C i i,),iic lliilun Iel 'I I, pc!i. ai tde n'fl N Print. Oh i ;. I '" i n .' l"11'"1 2T0TICE of INCOBPOEATIOIT. to five inilioe lhat I. Iimt. u, II 1' I) r mkt. n ai K! J IVrkin. l III' i.rpot .te I as " he ml. kit hie hae Cm iiinaii ami KenlutL) Sjtuh.rn KnroJ I with the frincijijl plae ,f at i on, I r th . keiilu. of a rail v Klucs .MiHimuiu and anl it i r.hinK.n. k- nmc t Kl htnonil. H or n,. hmlin-- t SI) rl i . lKi..M -' lli'm f Hostillt I'hhs'r vu, K LIME I i 1 AND BRICK. II an It Malnne, I'u. kuint DR. i'i - 1M.I ( e t ' , 1 A 1 A uj' J. lm as l' e . irs at I rcd 111L KvHJ Kit' i',Y 'i 1 i 11 t . irJ of $oo,ocm to t r unk linei, with a apital paid until I ai J lir in f'll ami aotlo he i.tuml leten vxlilid .aid 1 k, oirjtiri buin. ratios) ca.tMard and ve.lward t'k ieitr, l r nn., haircatf. taia, smoking tars and V.Itil coathes, 1'iil'rinn HmuToir thr ugh wild uC i hanpe. siaChaltan jf , lfirmllti;hatn. Mrr.il an making ilirecl t nnne n n. rsut I .r kugi title, A.henlle, Lttuhliurg tint p. ints in Ihe 1 s.prr. Icr. la Ilus-to- too-5- m i l 3 Ite-publi- c, miss1 I mmm obi salvs. sres skin diseijes, fistula. scratches, halter burns, dew poison and bruises Where er it lias teen used it has given . njerlul satiMaition and remarka-its propensity lor removing .,re'ie hie. Numerous testimonial.. vvil1 e je nred and .Made .1 later date. will appear iu tms space at 'Cures cut., .,.... kmiinnt brunts, i.iles. 1 ,"&?,'?''' j1iijmiNw...d,K). THE SHELTOH HOUSE i J : J. H GREER Proprietor, Rowland. - - Kentucky. First-clas- - Open day and mg it San? in connection ac irunoJaiio-- s at reasonalle rates. .m ' ' good livery '" lU Farm For Sale. barn; is w ell watered and fenced. Possession can be given immediately. For particulars, scu J. P. llailey, Stanford, or write the iindersigned at "" ITHf.RS. Cincinnati. Ohio. John It. Castlem.in A to sell my (arm ol about ijo acres, situated about if miles north of Stanford on th There Hush Hrancl. pise, opposite the old church balatice are about jo aero in wheat and rye; thedwelling timothy, Wood of tbe farm well et in of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new I desire - G Lauhara. . ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. AEBEE r , I in his yard, grows nn ordinary mulberry tree. Mrs. McD.miel, whilo sitting on the veranda, saw a puff of smoko emerge from ouo of the limb. She rubbed her eyes to see if it was not nn optical delusion, but when she looked again she saw another puff of smoku spring trom another limb. She called to her huslmml thnt the treo was on fire. Tho doctor came- out nml was no less astonished than his wife, for tho whole tree was pulling smoke. It cairio out in jets from the limbs like a boy smoking u cigarette, Tho doctor climbed into the tree, but could seo nothing unusual about it, not a place in tho bark being broken. The smoko was oozing from the bark and could be plainly teen as it floated off on the breeze. There was no odor to it whatever, but it va3 white in color ami looked liko tobacco smoke. Dr. McDaniel called in his neighbors, nnd they too were mystified. Soon the news of the smoking tree spread, and people from all over town flocked to the doctor's home From o'clock until 6 the treo continued to emit puffs of smoke while a crowd of about 100 people watched it. Atlanta Journal. - Or. Mrlriinlcl's Smoking Tree. Among the people of Norcross Dr. Mc-Dani- tor of the flower. Aa the covering of the green wire is apt to ravel out fold TIB On" VT Hoi KII0LD Id MI'DY lol back double for an Inch or so, usdng very tine wire. Cut the leaves double from different shades of green (.see Fig. 5) anil crimp SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS BURNS, SORES. CROUP, BRONCHITIS, 4c. (by pushing up close on a hair-pior knitting-needlein the center. Tho PRICE CO CENTS. purple velvet punsy paper is beautiful Prml thp' tVM:out kJauip fur freo aaruplo to use in combination with yellow and bos nml boon. white tissue. Louisville Courier-Journan ) l. TAR DID he Companr commences bn.nM on the first u( Jul. Hit an4 cuatinurs fur twantjr.Avt of Direct- ears. and i t I managed by a l'h t.- -' Hist Monday of atmuftllr finlnl r, irs I ii) of eai h hut the laeutnuriitiin baiesn it ton. titi te the Hoard until the nest aatittal I he shall not Incur mmj in- r tl 'IciIikm ir tvttiiof tsvo thirds of iu capital rn Wrl lun.njr PILES D 1 l I tit at. property 'f alt stockholders to xmpt the torporste ilell I IW tKDs RITCHIE. Atty J nen ite. Kjr Jun iS.i 1 HE k Sli'CKH"! I'r R- - f 1 H r Cumberland Valley Land Company i Hiii.tuu, Au.iiu. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The fMw) thro 4 iiiit t .sfti . itt ui ) i s Wi.mini At Chattanooga for Vilanta, ton, Lharle.t n, Augusta, Matoa, Sat.nnan, Brun.wirk, Lake Oil) hoius.sille arf KI. iRI DA omnia Theoolsli'i runt inc solitl trains vtit' th.i . Pullman fVu t ir . r I'jlat. Meepinc Cars io)j k mm. Ills without chant an) tin.. i (u.-ger- s or bacgag. Helma nnl Mntffmry. tlunt.eiliv, l' at i, mn Florvut Mem.hi. and AHKANaAS S.iortest antl qui ke.t to Atimtlon Si in., t X Kile Uu.tl tnn imn. n.aeW at Nh'A LKAS'S .itl.oiil (.mm u trjn.fn for . . .t . 1 1' -- Mi Wlt' A S t r . (. rt iv r , i Tt iiui ' X tu lit is'rt (I j'i'i ll I iku k irr t r t,t: . t fl WOT iiw TEXAS, ARIZOHA.MEXICO.CALIFOnNIA. ri 1 Collego Sonus iih They Ke.illy Arc. The Weld Gleo club ought to begin to pi make ithelf heard now. The nights are getting quito balmy, and all the yard dwellers sit in their open windows long-ing to howl "More! More!" when the , & C ASTLEM ATT sweet strains of "Tho Mulligan Musket-B eers," "Lizette," etc., float through the yard. MANAGERS. New members should bo elected to tho Commerce Building, Louisville. W. G. C. A few men who can hold the air and don't care about singing tenor Agents throughout the South would be great acquisitions. There is one man now who peraints in 6inging W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Atyont, first tenor in every song, and it would be very painful if he didn't happen to strike , MANIORD. KV the right notes occasionally, entirely by Such things will .happen, accident. though. to whom l! If somebody would learn tho words to something he would confer a favor, beAnd cause there is a certain queeniess in QF SPECIBL IKTEREST thirty or forty voices all Faying, "Fom-- 1 These songs without words are very pas'-eyou really ought to learn a fow verses for them. Harvard Lampoon. 1 I in the Ilattlo Creek sanitarium question x ABSOLUTELY PURE, box bi to what foods a person should take who was thin and wanted to beFOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, DATH,t WcdiioscSay, r5, 1891, come fleshy. He replied that getting AND NURSERY PURPOSES. . r i .nr . it hi lire tor. fr h fat did not depend so much upon the r I1" ifiintn4u' r .nn is' r!. in . ' i' nr CO., ' kind of food a it did upon the amount TAR-OIChicago, HI. nt r Ctrl t . r. of exercise. Grains nre conducive to fat 'uc "f- - inr i IXf'l M Hi r r N '. ' l or t A K. l'eiin) i ii M. l. uritc. tci.ie.ent as well as other starchy foods nnd Stai.i rd ),a HoCKti.. s. v I fruits, but whether thy will be worked into flesh or not depends upon the ! physical condition of the individual and . his manner of living. They are strength-makinI foods as well us HuilriiiiK foods. The feame substniie,--, which are the tot. orate lirui- - n Ko.l.r ' t c i.l J used for keeping tho body warm and tinjn .a..w. H J IAKSl. K :.id for force are also used for producing Under 50 Pounds 1 cents, over adipose tissue. If tho person is spend 50 and under 1001 ctnt, over ing a great deal in the w ay of vigorous 100 (3 of a cent. exercise then the food which is assimilated will be used up for force, otherwise it will be deposited in the shape of M. F. BLK1X & CO., Hawkins Branth SMAI fatty tissue. A thin person should oat almui i mllswFAKM.situaietl nnr from Sunforw containing al.nit all well nil that he can digest nnd a fleshy person Acres to acres in cnlMvauon nnd Possession waterKy. ed llouw has citen should take as little food as possible and Julv ijth. Applythrew room premises 3 to m on Ih , ,t MRS K J MOCK work and exercise as vigorously as, possible. A Ilomi'lj llrrlpe. A wax finish for furniture woods can be mado by mixing about throe ounces S ami I atn of waxed tallow and three and one- - ork in aill prepared an irepro'c pt.v wil J tie i;Jd nanni-r jHiunds of wax with one pint of fourth At One' Dollar a Foot. turpentine, constantly stirring while ' rn or address me at Stanlord boiling and until cold. The paste is Kent. k. Ca SMI Ul rubbed in, the superfluous wax removed iMt with a wooden scraper, and then gone over with soft woolon cloths until it shines. Some workmen piefer to let the wax dissolve in tho turpentine cold, as they larn-- the beat diminishes the P. W QKEEr;, Proprietor polishing eflVct If u outt of French polish be iifti'r.t.i! !s ,ipp!k-i- l it deepens el k'i I hic recently taken charge or the glo-.sI.nflish Mcoliai ic Hotel and intnd kepmK it at it. present ln,i to the ttiuim tan ird. Special atter.ti m iven Notes fur tlin I.pitn iintl the I'.st. Dr. J. II. Kellogg was recently asked TAB:0I0S0AP T. in- t r r n N I i ji : ' n I . I I ' i i i .1 . . . . i : it n ' . -- i , STANFORD, : KENTUCKY I' i .i - , i i i V k v . July iii I t r , a AIMTER' 1 t i i r . v l l i 1 , I G MACIC i For Sals CHOLERA CURE! g fat-maki- j Twenty 1 Lots I ICE, ICE ikiiii.iui Stanford, 1. if i FOB EEISTT. I j , wlf 1' fi- - .To It Xi.it. ntl.i-r I WELL BORXJSTG 1 1 1 "triiil i- U cif t!.i!'.iN w. "tit liv 1.1 Ul! ( t in'lit.i fit t t - It MASTERS HOXJS3S, f-- . I pu ole ut mm H ffissffS'i? ll'c It Inch 0))ff I m IllIlirM Lijco dot.tr i ", !; sr.vjijay "? usi. vjQJtca "ass it y t Flrst-Clas- s In Sample Room onnciion Also that !' ; tin Mirniln Iiah iiuilo. M of th' youti" tliKKiM it- killed by ilki'olKii hcfoif tlu-A cVOetit Uutle in iiiiiigh f IihI chicki'it". It Is gitnrmitci.l. I: alter iixini; two thinU of a bottle, v t t Mituifli'sl with it nn a rtir.- f .. iin ( li iIitii, rvturu it to tl lrngj;it fr m tli'.m yell purfbawxl it, Kllil lit w r Mij.I yi.tir utotivy. cif .iiiT iIoT'i - illo;tn a lnort thin: ri'ltililtusl. J'.tit ! y . ii.-- - u&-a- o J iieify l IH' ..'; t'i intliJ. Pool and Billiard Parlors. ; MOTHER'S 1 . FRIEND of ill LIVZELT. Shippers of Live Stock. Cincinnati Union Slock Yard Co , CINCINNATI, MAY 14. iJt. Jloba Confinement I. 31. BRUCE, AKD FSSD m Hatinir ren oed my lUr r nv t mtrcial Hotel lam prSpri'dti a omiii.Klatc a dies as well a. gentlemeii in anjthi'ii; the) may jitrd imi (all with m my line. Children also . JKSSK 1 IK MPSi um. InCommerciat II ('.. rzT, s -- ; tC or laruie'j I l r! M.K-- i cits, dnjgut S- r Kentucky Central R.R. "HI.ri',(iUA-H Itfl"l'K. nt 1'ain, Horror andJCiik. s i & t r I. nraiiiliiurfiits. Elsie daughter of Charles and Clara Chase, of Yarmouth, has more At a meeting 01 the Hoard of Directors held this grandfathers and grandmothers than any day, the following resolution was unanimously child in Massachusetts, all of whom are auopieti. now living. I givo below the names: Edward and Mary Chase, grandfather That on and after Monday, and graudmother. Charles and Emma Ellis, grandfather May 18, 1891, there will be no and graudmother. 'charge made for yardage and Charles and .lames Elite, and weighing on any live stock sold Jerry and Cordelia Chase, and Matthews and Ruth B. Gray, greatat these yards. grandfather and lty order of the Hoard. Adeline Nickerson, W.J. LIPPINCOT I, President. ,4 Jerry Walker, Office of the great-graud-futh- er r. great-grandfath- er r. r. ' i;il' Niiiiiiiroii Chase, I After ulnffnnetwttlof "nSatliPr' fs stiovrt-i- l liut ilt ja n. an t ill u t .'ipe nenee that ttoakni-susual in such cases. ItrJ. after.arJMj . Jan. i:th, A!iic Usoc, Laiusr, P.nt lyr exprosi, chnrSM prpall. on receiptor prtce,;i.SJer iMJttle. IlooU to M it tiers mallea tree. SALS ilASLS, STANKOltD.KY. tratelirs Horses and mules bouRht and sold Onl hr.t clan horsesand vehiJes used iu lnery SPECIAL AT OLD KY. BOUTS Nci rt N rEVTION to COMMKHCIAL s .. A M l 1 . r i i ttt C . K I).' Tho Hhortoit ind QitlckiiBt Re u JYora Central Koutuclcy to AllpoltU8ort , East, West and South-WoFa I.luobutwoon Loxtnirtoii and Cli.clLi-natt. ISH.VUiaiJI.U UI'CJLl. VTOU ATLANTA, ., sVO., BOLD BV ALL Lit A IA. . ' T3. r Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, All polnt Last ami S mt' Only inie lutftit .jut trim Corrected lime Card in Lltect Mas ITHKOlt.H rkAlS-CINCINN- TO IC fl-- w DLh'liOKOLUH sad J I.I.I SC1IKDUI.K1N South-Houn- lUH.Cr No I. MA ,i 11 -- .,1 Eastin's Saw Mill. .!,- it 1 "Cj J?i" ' u KtWAlJHtaCHICit3ht - .To H vr ('0A-M)And 9 finished m new Saw Mill on the Somer- stt pine 7 ii lies trom Stinl rd and air prepared tofu.msh anykind of LCMiIi.K. sHINt.LLS. PKICLs I will sell the lumA. ber.it the null or deliver, to suit pnr.ha.ers. One 1'n.lotiit.e. MAVWODI), K. me a trial I will deliver sawed the. tnut shingles at btan ford or Hon land at Ji as per M. H I , ,JtLOEs 43ty A HAallN , FiRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Farmers BanM Trust Co. Ana Dii-rirac ill m- 'if vin'i Attention of the public is invited Stanford. that this is the onl) Natioual Hank in Hank Act. Under the provisions of the National depositors are secured not only by the capital slock, but by the stockholders1 liability lor an amouut equal to the stock, so that depositor, of of $oo,ooo this institution are secured by a fund of the bank Vive sworn statements of thncondition Uuited States governare made each year to the ment and itsas.cts are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing adduitonal and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit llank of Stanford in 1858, then ol Stanford in lied as the National ltank l'ir.t National 165 and the ltank of iSSj, has had practically an nniiiter- Stanlord in ruoted existencoof x ears It is better supplied prompt now with lacilittes for traii.artiiil.u.in. lung and . lv and liberally than ever before in u corporation., fiduAccounts honorable career Individualsof respectfully tohc- . ciarits, firms and S200,000 Capital Stock Surplus "i '6,500 to the fact 7 Directory rThe 'OSter.OItc of this oiain um. T. J. .l. 'red Hank is corapoied ot iws. iorestits Kfiu, i.iuuju.i.i'uu.j , I. W. liayoen, aianiuru , S. H ltaughinan, Lincoln; vernon; M.J. Miller, Mt L.lncolti; S T Harris S Hocker Sunfard; J. W 1 -- yV yr G. A Lackey, Lincoln; T P. Hill.Snford; C.. Welrli, Stanford. W. P. Tate, Stanford. OFFICERS: President; J S. HocVer, McKoberU, Cishler; John J A. A. McKiuney, Assistant Cashier 9i-t- 5200,000. of up I'ullman Ve.libuleil lluffct Sleepers ami Pullman IliilTct Chair Cars on all trains throuKh to Surplus, - - 15,000. . Firctlle llliiiiilnntiMl tho Klvcr. C lucaito v. ithout change. j A special from Itmgold tells of a wonGo u the Monon and get the Ilest fsr the least derful phenomenon which visited that money. For information address SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL AS. 11AKKKK.O I. A.. Chicaso historic city recently. Millions upon HANK OK STANFORD, V. G. CKUSII. D. V A . Louisville millions of fireflies issued from neigh closing up) with the same assets and under (Now t. boring mountain ridges and took down the same Ily provisions of Its chatter, depositors are as tho courso of the Chickamauga river, depositors iu National fully protected as aie which skirts that city on its southern Ranks, its shareholders being held individually ' liable to the extent of the amount of their stock border. The pyrotechnic display was thertin at the par saluo thereof, in addition to the grand. Trunks of trees skirting tho river such shares. It may act as Seccud cousin to Maud S , Jay Ee See and Nut- amount invested in executor administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as wero plainly visible a quarter of a mile wood. an individual distant, and tho entire mountain Bide Ky Erricsson To thine who entrusted their buismess to us iu 6 in a 30 list 1st dam by I was illuminated. The horde of fireflies son of Old Pilot, siro of Pilot, Jr . (ia in a to while mnasiiij; the Lincoln National Hank ol e we here temlerour manv thanks atnl were fully forty feet high, and it took a lit and the siro of the dams of Maud S., Jay Ke Stanford, will continue to transact their business trust tbey See and Nutwood. quarter of an hour to pass down the Krncsson, Jr., is a solid black. 16 hands tiis; with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attensame, our are ol good inch a horse His stream. Tennessee Cor. Atlauta Consti- and eery anil color.ate suitablecolts the farm, track tion to und as liberaltwenty years' experience in accommodations as are banking for uc,Htl with sound banking. and belli? of unusually good tution. and Uastern market, dispositions, can not be excelled for tamlly hor.es. oikkcioks: Give btm atrial and be con. int.ed. lie stauds riutlnum ami Silver on tlio Sun. J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; had not as yet for Up to 1833 platinum J. M. Hail, Stanlord; The Small Sum of $12.50, exhibited its presence in tho sun's utmos-pher- e. J. S. Ows'ey, btanford; In that year some slight traces lUnequaled in history at my stable 1 miles from S.J. Embry, Stanford ; of it wero fontid. Receut investigation Ilustonville. on the ilustonwlle ,V Liberty turnJ. E. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Milledjeville; establishes beyond n doubt the fact that pike road. Will also stand my J. K. Ilaughman, Ilustonville; it exists iu the "great orb of day," as J . K. Cash, Stanford ; Tho sauio inwell as upon the earth. William Cooch, Stanford, Ky. vestigations, which of course were mado At TEN DOLLARS to insure a mare in foal. him confirm tho be- His rlta speak well for either and then trading or S. II. Shanks, President. with the solar spectrum, Persons breeding to J, U. 0sley,.Cashier lief in the presence of silver and bis- breeunzthc mare elsewhere, renderi money due. W. M. Hnsht, Teller E S POWELL, In the sun also. St. Louis He- muth e J II. lUujhmm, General Huitonville, Ky. ii This is very remarkable, six grandfathers and six grandmothers, and all living, making a collection that has no equal in tins country. Cape Cod Item. w:irTo UK STANFORD, KV , Is now fully or,januod and ready for business with Paid Capital j manaj-iinen- ERRICSSON, JR., la-d- cor.-sist- iut young Jack Ks Sun Daily t 10 a I on i m I.vc Cincinnati i n p m a m, t o p m JHiiNt Jtouinl. I.ve j i ii m v 16 p m P to 0 43 l.ve Falaaouth. ast Mail leaves Lailnston daily II Ml am, Arr Paris . p m ... . a m , .J , IT Winchesters ij. Mt sierltaK si.Ollva Mlfli.i 40 Arr I.asisgton n p m l P li 10 A.hland 11 15 pas, Callatt.burc ia a8, airlvlug at . ... n'.. .. nsn lluntlaetou it to . 5 l.imlteil Exprm. leases Ixitist.m (tally at 6 M Arr Winchester., lis ih p m p A 7 JJ P pm, Wimhe.ter 7 a Mt Slerlimt 7 Jo, U!iv Hill Arr Kickniosul . , o CalletUbutK m ij, Simla; at Atr Laacoeter.. Ml 01, AihUn.l Arr Sunfard.. .. J 10 p Ml Iluntingtun at 11 17101 Arrnannndation, dailv; except Sunday, leaves I.ve Richmond . JS P Lexington at 5 45 pm. inf hosier 7 10, Jit. Arr LlviustiMi. j 15 V m nrrivini- - at olive I It II sat 10 pm I.ve Middle.lviro 7 n V m 7 4S. Accommodation, dally except Suaday, leavs I.rxinto at ii 10 am, Winchester it jo pm, Mt No. No. 2. 0 Daily leave Olive Hill Stcrliux ) pin is am' AsliUnd 8 i J am, Catlettsbu g v t, arrivtH limit I.ve Middle.boro 6 38 a m in j ton o a; am. l.ve I.iviagiton... ii 15 am ..t llottml Arr RicbiiKHid . is 4'; a m Katt Mail leaves lluiitlnlei dally nt 600 am, 7 00 a ra Cutlettsburir 6 as. Ashland 17. Olive Hill i Jo. Mt I.ve Stanford Sterling 10 ay, Winchester 11 o and arrises Lex-lu- Lve Lancaster .. 7 So a ns Arr Richmond. 10 15 a m at ia ni pm o Lve Richmond. Litnited l.sprets leaves HumlnKtun daily at 1 46 p m 05 a in so, Olive Hill Arr Winchester.. pm, Catlftlsbur 10, Ashland m 40 p m 6 35 4 jS and arrives Mt. -- tetlinj; a Wnaheitcr 3 j, Arr Paris j jj p mi 7 m at at 5 30 tim Lve Accoiumodation, (tally exept Sumlaj , leaves Lve I.exlugton . a 00 p m 7 00 a in 14 P r a 4J P m 7 5j a m 4 a Olive Hill 4 am. Mt. Sterling 6 15. Winchester Lve Paris P ' Falmouth 4 10 p m o at a in e , p n 7 15 and arrives nt I.eslnstoii at 8 05 am Arr Covington. .. S 40 p ni'io 44 a m 37 P rt Accounodatinn dally leive. Iluntiiigtun at 6 jj Arr Cincinnati . S 50 p in'10 55 pm, Catlettsburg 657, Ashland 7 in and arrives at Olive Hills 55 pm. Except Sunday leaves Mt On theMaysville llranch, No i... leaves Paris at Sterling at o pm, Winchester I 55 ani arrives a 75. ani and No. ia, at 6 iJ( p m arriving at Lesington at 1 45 pm Maysvilleatioio, am, and p m. Nj Limited Veitibuleil Express runs daily and r as leaves .Maysvtllejt 3 jo a m, arriving at Pans a' 7 40,am. No 11 leaves .Iasville at 150 and Pullman Vestibulcd llutfst Sleepers between Lou- arr ves at Paris at 4 10. p in. These trains are isville, Lexington, WashliiRton, New York and .uiiuay Old Point Comfort This train is made part of the uaiijr X celebrated I' lI" '" a" Ivoln' exceiit Rowland Divis ion, vvnicn tsdail) except Sunday. o runs dail) from Lexingion M Cinunnati No, 1 runs nail) East of Huntington on the C. A O. Route No trilllS dail V from nil itili.mi n,r.rl .v. Fa.t Mail Trains run daily txi ept Sunday between Lexington and Iliititington. Make direct Rowland Div 1. kii, which is daily except iundav No j daily excupt Sunday. coiuisition at Huntington with C A O ; at Ash N 4 daily between Cincinnati and Lexingtm land vvuh S. V. K ; at Winchester with K C R. No 4, Paris and Lexington Accommodation li , K. nortn .11111 sou in uiiunu, 111m at i.cxiuKion wttn ly Leaves Lexington 10 00 a. in. Arrivts and C ,N. O. A T P. Railroads. L . N , L. S I'm. Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily, lu 15 ,1 1,1 No 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves Cirr H. except Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and from K C points and at Lexington with I. AN. natl 5:10 pm. Arrives Falmouth 7 05 p m dai v except Sunday, R. R.for Louisville No. 7 Leaves Falmouth 6 no a in. Arrives CinLexington nnd Ml Sterling Accommodation runs dally except Sunday, and nukes direct con cinnati 7 55 a m daily except Sunday No. 3 anil 6 make connections at Winchester to nnd from Mlddleslur-ougl- i nection at and Richmond, and at Lexington with L. S. points on the N. N. A M. V. R'r, E. D No. a carries through cars from Cincinnati to Hy for Louisville For full information in rrgard to rates, routes, Mlddlesboroiigh and Cumberland Gap and all 111 Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines termediate statmns nnd i'. rir u'a. il.- No. I Cos-iact- 1 111 -. ' 1 11 1 pa 1 V Mer-lin- North-Houn- d. 1 ii! st m 4ja 1 1 11 i, 1 1 am' 1 j, dcin 1 F. F. V. . l"t,lr,:r in"-!- rHE. HU NTINOTON, V W Book-Ke-p- labile, $ - Manager. . Gen Pass Agt Ueceral oTiCe, Louisville Kr exington, Ky S. F. B. MORSE, W S HARRISON, Q W. 11ARNE".. Abi" G M., Lexington, Ky T P. A., Ashland, Ky Ofliee Chamber ol Commerce Uuildins.cinctnuitl V, nnd (i M I C L. IIROW'N, U P A , ' T"V VnA' Cl" A1.MORE, .. ' t.ih CA