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ANOTHEii.inan has put away n crown.
John Barret, whom the republicans nominated for State treasurer, thinks, or at I.v forcing the president to withdraw the nomination of Hon. Beverly Tucker as one of the comm ssloners to Ilayti, Gen. II. V. Boynton, the Washington correspondent of tho Cincinnati Commercial-Gazette, shows that he is a "higer man" than Secretary Blaine, wlio sug gested the appointment. The general has a spite against Blaine and is proud that he has been able to give it to him in tho neck. The president's action in the matter is most contemptible and shows how easily ho can be bluffed and bullied into an ungracious net. The Cincinnati Commercial has 11 column of entertaining talk by Gov. Mc-Creary, who is in Washington the interests of his constituents. The governor is very popular with the "boys" as the kind words from the republican reporters show. Before bidding "Tho Row" good-bye our Congressman said it might be worth while to mention thathe had had two democrats nppointed from his district ono a cadet nt Annapolisand another nt West Point, which was something to get out of a republican administration. Thk Alleghany Mountain region of West Virginia, Maryland and Pennsyl vania has just experienced tlio heaviest flood since the deluge. The whole face of tho country was a sheet of water and great damago to railroad nnd other property was done. The Pennsylvania road had 41 engines to bo thrown into the river by the giving away of an besides sustaining great loss of track and bridges. The B. & O. and tho C. & O. both also sullered seriously. The Barbourvillo News, owned by Mr. A. M. Decker and edited with much credit by T. Cravens, litis been sold to George II. Dainsond Judge C. W. Met-calf, who willtry their bands at running a democratic paper in a republican stronghold. Wo wish them success In turning tho people from tho error of their way und hope that while they are doing so lucro will fill their pockets. Ouveb W. Root, of Covington, !s said to hone for the flesh pots of empty honors nnd has expressed hla willingness to accept tho republican nomination for treasurer, so proudly put nway by Jack Barret. The committee, upon whom will now devolve tho duty of SO' lecting a candidate, will in all probabili ty gratify his desire. It will then be Root bog or die with all the chances in favor of death. It is stated that Col John Young Brown, one of the most respectable if not the most respectable republican in Kentucky, will shortly announce his candidacy for governor. The colonel has represented his district several times in Vongress and is a man of much ability. Ho is also said to bo Harrisons' choice for government pie dispenser in Kentucky. nnd their action was promptly endorsed by the large body which had gathered in the court-house. Mr. Warren accept ed the nomination and defined his posi tion on the prohibition law, which is tho true democratic position; but of that and of the worthy nominee wo will hnvo much and more to say in .the future The democracy is going to elect him nnd Lincoln will onco more have a representative that will do her honor. Wb acknowledge tho justness of the Hnrrodsburg Democrat's rebuke In the nrticle subjoined and beg Bro. Spotts-wood's pardon: "Wo would like to know on what grounds Editor Wnlton denominates Win. O. Bradley "tho little Kentucky rooster." No ono objects to a particular friend calling Bradley n roos ter, but when it comes to calling him the Kentucky rooster nil our tail feathers go up in indignant protest. A Kentucky bird should be a fowl of rare plumage, with clean cut legs and a trim body, a clarion voice and a proud carriage. Tho doughty Colonel smacks too much of the dunghill breed to he justly called the Kentucky rooster. The Glasgow Times, with its usual truth nnd polntedness. says of National Committeeman Muilunry: Only his relationship to tho editor of tho Courier- Journal placed him in and keeps him in, a position ho by no means fills. His mention for tlio chairmanship of the least he professes to, that the great and committee would bo laughable were it rapid growth of his party in the State in not too serious a matter. the past few years, together with the mi-, TE Chairman of the State Central the management of State nllairs by Democratic Committee, tho Lxecutive .!.... t i..,.w., .... ,n,o r.f VV. ...... '.. VJ, ."- the republican candidate in the coining contest and oh the acceptance of the office would involvo tho abandonment of his profession nnd devolve upon him grave and responsible duties he is poorly qualified to fill, he declines as a candidate for an oflico which, in the contingency of a favorable result, would seriously interfere with. the pursuit of his profession. It was sensible in Johnnie to decline the empty honor, but ho might not have resorted to such stuff In mak ing, excuses. He does not nor cannot believe that his party could in any contingency win the race before us, or republican candidates for tho office would boas thick as are in Washington. It is too thin entirely, Johnnie. Committee and the State League of Clubs are to meet nt the Phrenlx Hotel, Lexington, nt noon to day, to prepare for the coming campaign. Mr. 11. C. Warren is Kentucky's representative in the National league and he has "been invited to be present. Oun Lancaster correspondent saysthat L. F. Hubble U a candidate for State Senator and we learn that Mr. II. II. Tomlinson, of the same city, is also a candidate. This gives us a three-cornered fight, Judge Brecketirldge already being a candidate. Mn. J. L. Hhuce has announced his cantlitlacy for the legislature in Boyle. This is about equivalent to an election nnd tuwures the county it lias had for years. NEWSCONDENSED. There were snow and sleet both in Mercer Friday. Tho storinj tin the lakes last week were the severest sinco 1SS4. The Illinois Assembly passed the Compulsory Education bill 103 to .1. There was a heavy fall of snow in several parts of Michigan Thursday. Dr. S. P. Moore, surgeon general of the Confederacy, died at Richmond. E. H. Arnold has been appointed postmaster at Boston, Nelson county. Mrs. Win. Hale, aged 53, of Indiann, has just given birth to a healthy boy baby. Col. .Barker killed Matt Beck at Petersburg, Ind., because he was too familiar witli his wife. A new 5150,000 freight depot of the Louisville 1 Nashville, at Cincinnati, was opened for business Friday. G. F. Green is churged with the assassination of his brother-in-law, J. B. Davidson, near Owingsville. More than 525,000,00.) of British has been invested in American breweries anil the syndicate U still buying. Tho Connecticut Hotibo lias a hill to give women tiie right to vote on all questions involving the liquor trallic. The United .States sent abroatl $2,-000,000 worth of sowing machines and 50,000,000 worth of steam engines during 18SS Near Winlield, W. Va., thieo men were killed nntl a number seriously injured by the explosion of a saw-mill boiler. Hon. Edward J. Gay, Congressman from tho Third Louisiana district and a wealthy sugar planter, is dead in his 75th year. A caboose filled with miners was wrecked near Coalton, O. Threo were Instantly killed and a number of others seriously injured. The C. & O. bridge over Cabin Creek in Knnawha county, W, Va., was wash ed away Friday, causing a big loss, besides tho interruption of travel. J. N. Patterson, of Now Hampshire, and G. B. Fisiier. of Delaware, have been appointed Second and Fourth Auditors of the treasury respectively. Another bank, with a capitol of $2,-000,000, has beon authorized at St. Louis, but it will get no stockholders in this section. A burned child dreads tho fire. Tho Cumberland Gap tunnel is 3,- 7:15 feet long and there now remains lees than 1,000 feet to penetrate. Tlio two forces are expected to meet In September. The appointment of Mr. Orlow W Chapman, of Now York, as Solicitor General, is not being heartily endorsed by Southern republican members of Henry Smart, tho murderer of two young girls, is to hang at Louisville, July 31, the governor having fixed that day after the court of appeals refused him a uejv trial". Tho Republican State Central s has been called to meet in Juno 12. S Joseph Koborte sought shelter from i a storm under n tree, in bholby county, and it was blown down, crushing hlmo death, and seriously wounding Ids little son, who was with mm. John Hervey, n well-known farmer of Camp Nelson, whllo fishing Sunday in tho Kentucky river, fell from his boat and becoming entangled in his trot-Hue, was drowned. Editor W. P. Campbell, of tho Democrat lias accepted an appoint ment as cadet from the Ninth Congressional district to tho United Suites Naval Academy, tit Annapolis, Md. Her 0-year-old son kicked Mrn. Dan Farris, of East Bernstadt, in n "playful manner," wlien sno trieu to stop mm mr playing with tho stove, and shn died from thocfTectsofahoinorrhiigo it brought on. The Southern Presbyterian General Assembly has abolished all special appeals for free will offerings and arranged a collection for each month. June is fixed for the ovangelisticfund. .The wind blow down n partially completed tobneco factory, nt Danville, Va., and in the wreck five men were in stantly killed, another fatally crushed and six others were seriously injured. The monthly public, debt statement shows a decrease during May of The decrease since Juno 30, 1SSS, is 72,7S2,10o. Tho total debt is the total cash in tho Treasury, $020,ltJ!),S88. Hon. Carlos French, o.f Connecticut, has been elected to represent that Suite on the National Democratic Committee, in the place of the late Mr. Barnum. Mr. French is a member of Congress from the Second district and a sound revenue tariff man. Thirty-seven people who ate ice. cream at a New Haven, Conn., church festival were taken terribly sick mid upon an analysis of the delectable confection it was found that the cheap vanilla flavoring contained poison in considerable quantity. General Clinton B. Fisk 1ms accepted the Presidency of au accident company. This Is better than being a prohibition candidate for president of the United Suites, in which case there is no possibility of such, au accident as being elected. tho effects of a shot said to have been made by herself with suicidal intent, but having much the appearance of murder. Her husband was alone with her at the time the shot was fired. Dr. Wm. Pennebaker, of the Society of Shakers, tells the Harrodsburg Sayings tlmt there is no foundation for the rumor that they are disintegrating or that they are parcelling out the bind they hold in common. The survey was simply to ascertain the correct number of acres in their tract. Distributed among the 80 national ....:,. f l.r ITnit.ul Cfntno i t FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Xot 11 iioof of nittlo wna soltl on tho market lion yeMordny. Good Riddle horo for Bide. A. W. Ctirjienter, Milled:eville. MeKlroy, of Mnrion, bought of J. 1. liml a combined gelding for $2"J5. A. T. Niinnulloy bought of William Deck 21 head of 17Vpouml hogs at S3.8.). oar, inl.lirW omv..fl. of 14R.S32 nm '8 23 Brown Leghorns layed (52, eggs in marked "Unknown." At Vicksbun: are I the three months from December 10.015 graves nt Noshvillu 10,5:1.1 nnd at Arlington 10,',54, tlio other cemeteries containing less numbers. The cost of the cemeteries has been from $230,000 down. At Arlington a single granite monument covers tho bones of 2,111 unknown soldiers, gathered after the war from the fields of Bull Hun and the route to the Itappalmnnock. HON. R. C. WARREN Is Unanimously Nominated to Represent Lincoln County in the Next Legislature. When County Chairman T. D. Now- land called the convention to order at 1 o'clock yesterday, the Court-House was filled with people. J. W. Alcorn nominated Or. Green Moore in a speech for chairman antl ho was chosen. W. P. Walton was then on motion of J. M. Cook niado secretary antl I a call of precincts for nomination was made. When SUin ford No. 2 was called, Mr. W. F. McCleary arose and in n manly speech, which endeared him further to his party, nominated Mr. 11. C. Warren ns the democratic candidate for representative. The other precincts seconded the nomination, and tiien on motion of Squire L. B. Adams it was lnado unanimous. On motion tlio chair appointed W. E. Varnon, L. B. Adams antl W. F. McClary a committee to wait on Mr. Warren and inform him of tiio action of tho convention. During their absence D. W. Vandoveer in response to calls, made a stirring speech calling on democrats to stand by their principles and not bo led oh" on issues of local self-government. Mr. Warren was Introduced at this point and addressing the body mado a short speech of thanks accepting the nomination. Calls for McClary by that gentleman in further indorsing Mr. Warren and took occasion to refer to and define his position on the question of a re-submission of the prohibition law to tho voters of tho county. This caused Mr. Warren to defino his views on tlio subject, which wore that the peoplo have tho right, if thoy want to do so, to have tho law amended so that a voto may be taken at some future time and he would have it so amended if it was desired, but that under no cir- cumstapces would ho repeal it outright This he claimed was democratic nnd just and upon this iasiio ho was not afraid to no beforoan intelligent people. At the quently applauded, tho convention ad Journed. 1 j" . I "1 "imqH0m MlhuH wp ?."' "ujiki'uhm iinni"' hmm I "T1" ' y Jjrfcww ftfcf .wfrMfcw rip,n .' r t 1 1 i ., ( v J" i t ?e :! Pl r ' IP . K. I. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Stanford, Ky., June 4, 1889 W. P. WALTON, The most appalling disaster that ever startled tills country occurred Friday afternoon nt Johnstown, l'a., when n huge reservoir burst from the weight of the heavy ruins, flooding tlio town to tho depth of 113 feet, sweeping away hun dreds of houses and drowning peoplo there nnd in tlio towns below on tho Conemaugli Kiver to tho number variously estimated nt 'SOO to 10,000. Fiyo or six towns were nearly lumihilnted nnd their inhabitants crushed, drowned or burned to. deatli. The houses drifted against n viaduct nnd lodging, caught lire and hundreds of people in them nnd seeking their tops for safety, were burn ed in full sight of thoso on the bank, who were poworless to help them. Two trains were swept from tlio truck and their entire loads of human freight perished. The river banks for miles are strewn with dead bodies and the debriB of houses and factories nnd 50,000 people are homeless. The loss to property Is es. timatednt $20,000,000 and great stiller ing and starvation are being experienc ed by the unfortunate people, who call loudly for aid. The denotation is horrible to contemplate ami the catastrophe has made the whole world shudder. The precinct delegations of representative nnd true democrats met in caucus hercyestenlay morning and after a full nnd fair discussion decided to recommend It. O. Warren to the convention as their choice for runresuiiuitlvo. They did so CHURCH AFFAIRS. lt v. J.'M. Salu-o is holding a rovlv al nt tho RaptlsLchurch, Sotnorsnt. llev. J. M. Drucu will preach at Crab! Orchard tho 1st and UdSundava and I'd nnd at Providence, Boylo county. Kevs. 11. A. Dawes got ti diploma in Exegcticnl Theology and W, .1. in English at the Southern Theolog- icnl Seniinnry last week. Tho Baptist church Is undergoing some intornal repairs, but will be ready by next Sunday when Hov. George Hunt will bo on hand again. Rev. W. L. Gage, of Hart ford, Conn, cured a chroniccasoothisomuia by jumping out of n third-story window at Philadelphia and killing himself. Peter Lniii(r, who is 101 years of ngo has just been admitted to church membership in Elgin, Scotland, proving agnln the truth of the couplet, beginning: An long ns the lamp burns, Ac. Elder J. G. Livingston rejiorts his meeting nt Kiugsvillc one of tho most successful ho over held. It closed Sunday night with 22 additions. About SOOO were raised towards building n house of worship. The holiness meeting nt South has closed with !W conversions and 21 ittMltinnstntho Methodic church. The meeting win conducted by Rev. Mr. Collins. McthodNt evangelist, and Ids wife. Owensboro Mi'smmgcr. Cnnt. H. F. Powell h.ttt rerontlv lost i T , ....., . -At Wm RWnra. n nrnttv l.ri.ln of I Uai' n l' U"C 0I - "" a few months, was found dying in her cattle at SKI to $.. rnmn nt Klinilwtlitnnn JS:ltttrInv Irani ' ""' "" "' " - ,....,..... 01 Morrow, fcpurr, Taylor antl Mokes, sold at Nashville at an average of $14.1. A. C. sold to the Brick and Tile Co. a pair of extra 5-year-old mules for $375. Lancaster News. John antl Robert Forsytho sold to Winder Webb 50 lambs that averaged 72 pounds at 0 cents. Harrodsburg Democrat. Thu Connecticut legislature has passed a general law making it a fine of ?7 for henstottvspfson their neighbor's gardens. A Pennsylvania poulterer says that 2.1 to March 211. Joo Goode sold to It. L. Jones, of Washington, a fancy buggy maro for $250. Mr. Junes also bought 2 other buggy inures at $175 and $HK). Tho Killer Mills purchas ed of Spears it Stuart, Paris, 1,200 bushels of wheat, delivered at Richmond, for 85 cents per btndiol. Register. Dr. T. J. Bohon has developed into one of the best farmers nntl stock miners in his section. He boasts now of tin- finest lot of lanibs In Kentucky. Tate it Catron have bought the pan week a lot of fat cattle of Joo Shadoan, 1 nf u. . .. tn -... I,.l,., Il,t.1,l. ' ill nuiit;t nv .n, u nri iiuin .iuiiii ii.mui, at $2.75 to 31.-10. Somerset Reporter. (Jack Chinu attempted to assault Col. Dick Holland at Cincinnati but was prevented. The trouble grew out of 11 row Clilnu got into at Ijitonia last year, Tho best thing to frighten hawks away is to set up a long pole with a lnth . nailed across tho top antl hang on it a few empty bottles. These will glisten in the sunlight and scare away such bin B. -P. S. Miller. Meters. H. II. and J. II. Baughnian exhibited yesterday a lino lot of colts by their three stallions, London, Concregan and Allen Bashford. Thoy were lino ones anil showed what good breeders their stallions are. An English syndicate has purchased 320,000 acres nf yellow pino land, four saw millet, three' planing mills and 33 miles of railroad antl equipment in Escambia county, Florida, antl Baldwin county, Alabama, for $1, 500,000. Spokane, in tho Chicago Derby, will carry 121 pounds, having Incurred a 3-pound penalty by winning tho Kentucky Derby and Clark" Stakes. Proctor Knott will carry 115 pounds, having an allowance of 3 pounds for being a gelding. Eugene Wood bought of I). A F. Logan 00 head of 225-pound hogsat 4 cents. W. L. Read bought of G. G. Helm a farm in Lincoln cotintv. containinir 115 acres. at $55, equivalent to cash. Woodcock it Owens, ol this county, navn uouirlit of T. A. Wayne, of Marion, 00 yearling steers at $18 each. Advooate. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Georgo Leach and Miss H.inni Sims were married at Mrs. Ann Sims' Sunday. At Maysvillo Miss Lena M. Hamilton brought suit for $15,000 damages against J. J. Shackleford for alleged breach of promise, Georce Cumminrs and Miss Delia conclusion of his speech, which was lre.lDi8bori of Lincoln county, wore married at tiio residenco qt Moses Soard, May 27. Somenet Reporter, A. C. SINE. J.N. MENEFEK. SING & MENEFEE, 1 wvaicia n -- i HOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, JLutliB, SliiuglcH, Etc., SASK, DOORS ANTD B&XNDS !D Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, PATENT WIRE AlTD S1AT FENCE, Cedar and Locust Posts. We will etry a lull mock of v.rv hmg found lit t.umnet Yard. ical proletuan and therefore rtc per bottle. OATUFrS MAGNETIC 1'll.l.S for all Liver Complain Ac. Act a cathartic. Trice j cent per bo. ! Furniture A C SINK, IliiklneM Manager. The Great Remedies! VhiV SlHi'kini S.fi,' "" WT' ' ',?' such u Scrofula, llcer., I'implc., Vkcroled Thtoal, j ' ll lie. n.ilv i V" '" "" '." ,,,,R, N.r'l. Ac I'ricc Si per llottle. i. .i. i "V lh'Ks.l,ln,J'l,Ir'a'tloUkeolnlllhe Iron tonic ll cure DyuxMU give a keen appetite, enrich? the hluxl, regulate, t ami nrrtotu Price Si per botlli'. OA 11.11 TS WORM SVRCl u made of tl,c . 'inmchiU itwlf. he liver and impart new energy to the muiclv worm killer and rri4llff Lnnvn tn tli It it plcjtaut to take, talc and reliable. Trice 95 t, Imp'tlred Dilation, Kirk Headache, ..aiiuiMiiurru uu icr raic 10 I lie liaue ny tl.e WIUMAMSKURG DRUG CO., Wl.ltniiiKlHirjv, Ky. Bo PENNY U & JEWS DRUGS, BOOKS, 3TATIOJi3RY, FANCY ARTICLES, &0 l'hylcin pretcriptlniK accurately coenpoi'".d. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CliCKS, JEWELRY & SILYERWARE. 4 litnVn from n .lUnntu muiinlillnf til it k i Kver "ohl 10 thu market. eye. A. J. Alexander, of Woodford, pays a State tax for license on stallions of $i, 1)50. Ad Catron and John Tate bought the Hatch property In umeroet for 000. ,T. K. Rrnce sold to M. V. Klkin a lot of 1, 100-pound butcher rnUlo at '2 and .1 cents. J. E. Kern, of llourhon pold S work mules to J. Miller Clark, of Chirk county, for.l,'.lf0. Thompson, of Oorranl, bought Sat- Bo M PtKct li.w r th in the lowctt. Wtcht, Clerk and Jewelry He. paired on i(iortnoticc and warranted. o 9 WEAKEN Dealer In The Largest, Cheapest and Het Assorted Stock No. 7. Uaiiy Mm. 17 am 9 5.1 m 10 59 a m 11 30ft m 1 .. 113J pin 11 50 pm 1 ijpm loop m 6 to t m No 00 pm 1 K, 'll " ".".; ':o;.- ,'U i 1 ti -C i( ' ,uSt; -'' :. ' ? ir J. Si Wall Paper, ISorder, Celling Deeoratlons and Window Sliadet NEW FURNITURE ffffflTvfffxMWHHMHWMWi jyw.ws'iiiij ItlOVJ3 DOWN, IRAINs suUlii I I". J- I r.t. Nil". No, 5. Pailv. 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Dally. 641 pm 4 13pm 3 lop m a S3 a m 1 15 pm ti 15am 7 33am 7 35 am 4 47am 3pm 1 01 um looopin 3 35 P m 940 pm 6 top in 400pm 1005 a m 600 a m No. 4. Daily Ex. Mm.1 1015 a m 8 30 a in 7 14 a m 7 00a m 3 30 am 3 Jo am 3 ao a m 9 and Undertakers' Goods ! STANFORD, KY. of Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is full and complete. We call special attention to our htdesthttotibuss bpiiax c assist, The best Casket of tho kind ever invented. Embalming under tho mo3t approved method whon desired. J. C. Salesmen and Embalmer. Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select lino of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can bo bought in tho cities. Give me a trial and you will be convinced that I soil lower than tho lowest. .milt tlio horteit, hour, quicken between Cincinnati and New Orleans. Hiiliro Train Run Throujli Without Change. : ,uT",foyr'CARSF.HVlCE. el NeephiK Curl, Cincinnati to New Orleati Cliatt.ii..,it? to nnd I'ullrrTan H.Tffet T."P(S!' Unc"'nMi Jacksonville, via , K. Train No. 3, Car Cincinnati to lacktniivillc. via to .Ve STATIONS. MJ.n """'.'"Ir """"ft Sleeping to New Or cam nn.t No. 4a, Daily. I'x. Sun. w. .1 i;. :r cV"."'""." w Orlran. via M. A O ' i""m CondcnieJ Schedule in Effect March 31, IgS9, IUCAD Ul?. TRaIn's nurtTT tf O. 6. at Dally 3 3o pm 5pm. U3P m 11 lop m 10 30 p m 1031pm 1010pm joa m 4 35am 406a m 100a n I......M. Train No. 7, Pullman Iloudolr Iluffet Sleeping Car Cincinnati to Jackionville. Fla l,if Tir'a. !., K. TV, G. Free Parlor Cara Cincinnati to Lexington.- & North-Hound: Train No. i, Mann Iloudolr Hunet Sleeping Can, New Oilun, . ., Shrevenort to Chattanooga and Jackionville, Hla., toClncinnati, via P.. T.. V. ft u v.w n. f "l1 St. Louis via M. ft O. to Train No 6, Mann iloudolr Iluffet Sleeping Cars New Orloans to Cincinnati and Free Prl, u rree "'lor Lexington to Cincinnati. Train N0.8, Pullman Houdoir and Fufet Sleeping Car ChatUnooja to Clncinati and ?lr,. 1..1. sonville to Cincinnati, va W. it A. and E. T.. V. ;0. bleepcr. Jack- JOHN C.CAULT, General Manager, r VEDWARDST GeM.V' Ast' Ky. 7 Ohio. Gcn ' l " n Tkt. Agtl Cincinnati , J9 -1 v V V