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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888052901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. THE WAR STILL ON. Dr. Kcndrlck Comes Back at Bro. Williams With a Sledge Hammer. pith i5t:o. Wii.i.hms: -- .My IItMiiiri Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 29, d888. NO. 31 mi-tak- til in tli- - Imtiihh: .loruwi ly ie in- calculated iiu-- t wit- neither to provoke a rcplv fiom liny om. You mivdit ur well Imu replied loan- of my ir One ol tlio- -i vou heunl Vcttcr calculated to provoke reply, t Turk VOH full i to jitvat-- w hat we earn pay or no till- face. u c siiomii iru-- i in noil, iiiooo-jei- t wiii tolil tlmt untiling (unlit be done ji.iv. to a comiiicn-in- l so much converted with you. Since Mr. pivach for mi much money--a bin-liivou mill quieted your ptutuilmtinnA preacher ha- the light to Iheoll av'iiiii, thought the plain tiuth ini;rht I hImII set you In thi "try the go.pel. Thl- - isall the eaitlijy wages attached to hi- - otliee. (V) And when the ttt'iiiu." iiilhit-nioibe ovviieach-i's- . "I now think I committed ii ehari;f.-o- r and - uuilty. - when a civil otlher in atisuciiiijr our winum ul charge mine than the salary legally be nil." Thi is I'luoiinixiny. What pity vou loiigiiiir to his oitliv. I do not "piv.ieh it did not Then you add iigaln.t" bargain-- , or pecilled sum, tho' to make bar-. thiledge 'tny.-c- lf "J hcichy to I am not much thi-Can you under-tan- d Mun-in tin1 mutter tlmt you gain- m.-elcollected !. Then you mi: "You are dealing admit ii plunility of rliuiclii'hiiuiyiliu.i-- c on in your heaxii-n- t blows again.-- t calling any end to man of a eonaieviition other than no loimry work." Thi- Thi- - is the llr- -t time foundation of vour cxelniiia the local elder-.- " Mo-- t emlu-Mich im my lioini1 nil the you bine not lieen phatically id. I deny the light of a hiied f"t-jami doim; nothing a youui: man, to etc., which never limn, and to piciid the l, lull niiy foundation in fuel. Thi con "Iwitl it ovei (SihI". heritage." Youmr f u ruin- - your attack on me. Now If and wik ehtiiehe- - need the aid of V'l woulil make u dozen or ;o mote nc preacher- for a time and other churches Thi- - is all kri'i.vlcdp-uieutisothi- - kind you mluht need , tain moiv vou any man can say. l'.ven I'.io. Williainiin lorrn t your mistake-tleny that this is the temhiii-.- of haw not. To aid you in thl- - good work sifin-elPaul. heie - in : I w note ii ftw of that which lie must !. If you really intend to hi- condld, lot "the - not know, I siippo-The v should admit your mistake n to Jews did not more thoroughly change iiiiiuiiii oivan. It hfttc tin divine soveniiuent, thin tlii- - mod.urclcssnes,-- . iiii-r ern system ehaiig i' It wiih not Ihvuum. I'vuui liml "un Chri-- t appointe- - the government .le.-- u j.n tly" hands that iwl Miiote him, hut "I imin' lie put Id hand to tin- Ark." ed for ID. You chatved me with iimkiu-.- ' ' ("Ii. :M0, Num. 1.1..; and term-o- f frateiual fellow-hi- p that you "vc sought Him not after the due I invi- iwmkl "ner. no never It r;" I " : M. on You should evum-imI'll. ted you to read my very srniiou and be y 1mIoiv yon write. more You my: "Your Hjlnt& involve the eonviuct-i- l that I uy not one word on Now, failin-.- ' to find one h y of your lrelhivn eveiywhcre Viv.it ubjeet, you make a reat l". S. for ciitatKlug in mUionary word on tli in the e vv rk and in the e of the orntin. etr." and iiinnife-- t mistake by trying to ivrtuin ivniark to menu what thev Tin- - in a very inUtuke. It the nevImhIv of the tirutliivn" ure iuvolv-i-- l ilo not niian, and what I told you not a Hsht to say Imu tlo win know It? er meant. Have .n tlii-crtoi I I ft. wlmt did mean" .i'ii Hine I tlo not know it or II. Ywii ni ike another in it- -j i My that the vrctit ferring to ISro. ( line and the organ. That 1m' of my hretlueu are mmiiuI vct.Hcto i not the time when oii lidiculed the t thcrwic you lmve no mcan-o- f know e of the tirmiti. k m. lloeker. He iti.' it' Nor could it Nil'ett the aivumeut will unir nieinory. a- the right or wrong of the miittvn I 'J. Your e of the wmd "purilitv" They art not set-t- l' lit! so nianifet I Mill twice. i a Ity numheix. Yon venture Uo leave your fiieiuls to lecttuv you on the it. I.. Ii and nwon hadlv. subjeit. Then wa nothing at all akin You niv: "I your your integrity and mot Ives-- never." to purilitj in what you refer to. 1:5. Then conic- - this: "No livin-- man 1'oihly you did not intend to iiit-ti- "ii can show one single u'limmeriiiu scintila v integrity or my motive, hut ii pie tion of eideiice that (iod ever ha, in tuie every one of your tenders hi the - of any auiu-tniuut in tlie pntise-o- f the hit you1 And thl- - u the inetin-ied ami hallowed of your wonl- -. Yon hould he mote man soul, to - - divinelv adapted to name. It toepri-- what ou Iet the ttemanl-- im the hum.iu spiiit, in at'- f Ik- niietioneil. voiir own fortlim: a propel method of epre hr. i it piwMhle for me mtuuteil by pnii-- e mill kdtirv unto inI in view Mind fooling," III jiniyer - iieioiin io iiie.-ou-i, "e'reniely to (ioil, or the e of the I.ort's out- who teaches "iiboluti-in"iin- d wlioe upiHr i helpful to the soul in drawing I.iIioim ure itiinited with uigh to and communing with (iod." to te actuated by proper motive'.' or t Here are two idea- - in vety strong lanbetontiued to tlie tiuthV Would not n guage. 1. ee Amo- - l and obn-rvP plum confc ion heie lie far better than a that the pivtphet - iriviug a eatalojue of pcM.rell'ort at equivocation? lit eon coinplaint?. ami that, in ver-e- ., "i. You are exceedingly unfoi lunate in with the eiior.- - complained uects of ni.r statementN i to ni Inbuo in Texns of "Invent tothein-elve- s Xooiieeumjiie-tio- n inusii- like David." in lvsd and iw to my Imvinj.' "a party in Southern California who refue that liotl disapproved the instrument- - of with the brethren in inif music that IMvid made, unless an inspirto work, etc." have no micIi paity ed man ha- - put them in the wrong comMon nn where, larp' or Hinall. We mv co-- p pany. See o Chiiiii. tl.'i:.": ' ('limn. rating in tuition work and havehecn 'M'2 P.ivid made and introduced the-- e all tlie while. I vixitfit Tea- - to do instrument. (!od never apjiMved of what I could to hinder liivonl and di them. He only bore with them, - lie virion and have credit niuon those who did with a kindly iMveimneiit, polygaknow the facts iiiuelibotti'i than you my, divoiee. etc., and Hesent will know them, for doim: the be.--t et. Had ami Nathan, to regulate tli e work of my life. We are holding on to of them ' - t have tlie lea- -t po ible tlio old wavft tie ltilde ways both in evil, ju-- t a with tlie kingly government. Texas and California, and trying to pie-- t I did not say they were as wicked a- - pol nt otheiH from piinr out and buiu' a yg.iniy, etc., but that o far as authority wheio all our leadiiif; for them i concerned they stood on the .veit. We nun stooil only a few yours auo, and we same ground. ( iod never either author propose ncitlier to be pushed oH'this old leil or apjnoved any of them, or any of lilatform, nor to follow the lead of the David's wrong-- . He only bore with orpin or other human inventions to take them. i. What a pity that Paul and all s so enttiely failed to bee that the iilaco of the divine plan and so cre- the instrumental niusiu was so "divinely ate strife and evil. Others push them drive them. We only repel them, as adopted" to these important ends! If I we do the mourner's bench, tin.- KoinUh wa- - willing to be facet ion- - I would eonfessional, etc. This much we cer- what a misfortune that Hro. W. did not tainly owe to truth and purity of wor- live in the days of the Apostles, he ship, to union and peace. could Irtve had them to put in this "diti. You say our eviiiit&'liziu;: commitvinely adopted" and pieciou- - organ mutee has not a dollar, or a contemplation sic, and so prevented till this controverin the direction of foiefan mission work sy! What old fogies they all would have "that tyoit) have ever heard anything been' How do we know that they did about." AjbiIh. J'"" )' coitaiit things of not leave out other "divinely adopted" Southern California are so, "unless my thing'.' H. You ask: "Does not llio. K.know (vour) Infonuation is very incouect." It incorrect;" and it is time you that he misroprosonts the character of n "very wne getting better infoinintion bei'oie that dance of tiie Piophotess Miriatn.''i act using me or others. If you are not 1. e. in representing it as "a mere carnal s dance for pleasute!" Bro. lvendrick more careful you will get up a reputation for venturesome carelessness knowsMiedid not iuireprehent it! lie and mistakes and your best friends will did not tepiesent it as a "mere carnal He said not one not know when to receive your state- dance for though they are not disposed to word about tlie character ot the dance. I ments, question your veracity. .Surely you am sorry for l.ro. W. here also, but he should know before you repot t evil of must account for his own mistake.-- ! your neighbor, if you mean to follow the Again: If that was a religious dance, why not haven religious dance around the llllt of tllO preaclUT-- , in some golden rule. llllt the OUtlOok is hopeful. 7. You say: "You are preaching and Lord's tuble us well'.' i.e.ifyouarguufrotn lil dc.-L'ii- - ui-f.- a- i iiL'alnst the employment of preacheis by the church." This is anI h other clear the chinches would employ them all. siippoit them and send them out to preach whcieu-they do mot good. S. Then comes thi: "Ivipecinlly ate you pivacliini: ai:aiu-- t making any en- g.igeinent- - to pay preacher any ghen amount for hi labor." Another only oppo.e eNii-si- ve pay and the ie- e. wi-r mi-tak- writing e. I -I - j fu-i- uo-pe- l- - h ur. I lit-li- t. li-- i e, uii-!u- kc a- 11 cr -- I f. V I -- 'ini--('ii- mi-ta- wh-ti- n- p.i-t- or pn-iiti- n. -n pi-pc- i tht-irai- f occa-ionnll- y. j y - I tlii-tn- ke - pa-to- r" .Mi-rui- e, ouc'Ui.tu-hiivthiNi-to- -- - Hi-Chur- i i- I 1 acei-pl!- " elo-el- . -- 1 m I thc-ubjei- -t. -- u-- on-.-tru- ! I I e j ini-ta- uudi-r-tundiii- k- j u-- A.-- ! i u-- ..-- mi-ta- 1 iii-Mio- , . I oi u-- n it Hi-b- le art-fil- l nim-siti- , a- - Il-i- a- ktu-eli- u-- - -- fiiult-tiiiilii- ikl-i- e Iail - I al-- 1 a- Iii-pio- ph ier u-- a- -- Apo-tle- - -o 1 first-clas- plea-ure- ." I Hud a great lack of discipline, which C. A. BENEDICT & 00., think is mote chaigable to the preach-o- n SUUC'.r.ON' M'.NTIST. than the eldeis generally. I.xccpt Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Stanfortj, Kentcckv, .STANK)KI), K this lack of discipline, I should feel wonOffice outh lde Mam, two door atare Depot St, derfully well for the condition of the eau-- e in these six counties. Vfll ilnlleJ tn nrJi r .inJ furnMu-Whether it nt ! 30 is better or worse in other counties I do factury jncinot know. Weie it in my power it ill dclucr to regular in Stanford and Mcinit) ever) inornin would allord me great pleasure to an- H. ! swer at least some of the urgent calls to At Analytical Chemist, Account miot be pud at thecle of each month go and "see how they do." Ilro. W. qmt-- ) or uhen never did approve them. Hcdiapprov niu-- t see then how greatly he has failed LANCASTER, - - - - - KENTUCKY. K K. HARROW-a ipeci.ilt) f cul, mineral water and ed them a we have sct-- in Amos li:.1 and to put me out ol line with the great mass Makct mineralanaUi Auattiu' nurs "( jinv' kind Send a lie did a kingly government, polyga- of the disciples in Kentucky; all, indeed, for a circular , my, divorce, etc. except the very few whom I will not !.. True candor reinires the admis- characterize by any oll'ensive uoids .My sion that nothing - in the New Testa- vi.-- and association with leadeis in Lex25 MT. VERNON, KY. ment worship simply beeau-- e it Two inllc South of Stanford on N'ejl'i Cree.i. tlie ington and Paris was very happy inAddrc me .u C.irlioe, Kv W, CUAIO Old. You certainly know thi- - and it deed. Uro. Williams and a few only ThNold and Unlet it (till maintain-inwas a great on your p.ut not to around him mut bear oll'all the honor It li'e reputation. FKANk IIEIIMtRT, D D S, Ch.irti reasonable. Spe- im u h rr.sN I make that admission. your at- of oppo-in- g me, crying "enemy, etc." I cial attention to the trat clinj public. & M. V. NEVVCOM1I, Prop., tention to it. Why refer to the Old Tes- shall carry to California, if I live to get Mt. Vernon, Ky, tament at all in uch cae.-- '. there, the memory of green tlelds and DENTISTS, HI. You greatly wiong the authors sweet and gushing fountains, so far as w, MtTciir J. s. IIAVS. yon quote on ,filfa as you on Lanc.Ktcr t..oi)Do- - LITTTTLUconcerns personal and love and ite court houe All vwrk guaranteed to give en and wiong me: and then you change the METOALF ii HAYS, suvuV to the verv few lire entirely. vU: from the claim that ready named. I am sot ry, on 'their JMl M. PERKINS , or has in it tlie idea of the count, that they make themselves excep ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. R. S MVRTIN teaehc.-IlRODIIEAD, K., .M,l33; liARIIOl'RVII.tand I'INKVtM.K, KY. organ, to iiiV excluding the use of the tions; ami if I should be permitted to Albright Martin be; ta inform their min Will practice in any io,irt in Eatern Kentucky organ, au -ue friends and customers of the change in tirm name no one ever made, I sup visit them again, it will be with good Examination! of land titles made atpeciatty. Any mineral fur hone tiiat thev will be more wise, urn ti'e traits of timber, coal and any point land corl'1' M'1 . ale. Information furnished on and MARTIN & PERKINS, 11. lien vous.iy: 1. "Again you say 'I dent, ju-- t and respondence solicited. The Lord bless have thought of kind v The new firm hopes not only to sustain the repu that ' hl' .1 l hv " your groundless and ' tation of the old, but intends to make many mi .f piosementsin the manufacture of tobacco which more useful and EDWARD H. FOX, my jireaching being satuni lK'tu'r more like will be to the interest of our customers. We uiU teil with came of vour men morelianuv! The Lord oreserve all desote special attention to our Natural I.eal ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, brands of Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking )ou iiahit andsturitsogenerally to His eternal kingdom and glorv! forpast favors and asking for a continuation 01 11111. ,111; nil.... oui iiieiiu-- . IIiailK your trade, sse remain rev. Respectfully sours, Ml'eetionati-Iand trulv. for your 'kindly sugge-tioiI lop,, vou V ER K XS MA Kl f X j 6m C. KKvniui-fcfeel better now! I intend no ironv. f'eel Hamoed to hi elegant ne building opposite of Downey City, t'al. the postotHce and is better than eer prepared 10 th.iuktul to my many friend- - for the! accommodate the publit. wnh tine pictures from friendly iutere-- t they'have indieated in photograph to life ie. sitofai tion gi aranteed. WAYNESBURG. repotting to you o lom-etlof mv'fault-tludin' habit and spirit:' I will trv to I'eihaps a few line from our quiet' expo-ur- e piotlt hy this of hii'mau hamlet would not LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. run your leaders eta! weakiie . A reoue-- t to the readio- -' Mi't'l'll.'mt-- . l:l t in V. I'll. ii... Ii.t niv 111 tlmt ttmir .Lift ....,:.! imu III. ........ TIIE GEKTS' FURKISIIER, in nun your mind, so far - the questions good and glowing better even- da v. We THE LARGEST AND FINEST tlii- -e p.iiu-reus.ed in 513 4th St., Louisville. art eoneerned. If have two full stores (general' nit'iehan have written one statements that . , . HOTEL IN THE CITY. not tie. my earne.-- t .m ver is that no ,hfce ,,U""- -. a ift'.e di) in the fJer" Furnuh. ill alvnjs be fjund m my store. going am 'Here is quite a giwd u human heait may ever' believe it." Mum t.aundr), the RATES lumber, siti-- as ero-- agent tor the Indianap lam happy indeed tualluw that theteis!011 Mt "'', 1,UK0 $2.50 TO $4- PER DAY. ACCORDbest I.aundr in the world stave-- , . tin-- , "no in utiles after all. i1'' ING to rooms: ' hir peojile are very anxiou- - about you are not re than half in earne-- t. I1 ' ,ut' 'aynesburg turn-,!,',s i!,l 1""' take it, however, a literal and true and 'IL'RKInII A RISslVN IIUHS- IX HOTEL pike road, wliu-l- will probably be note It with joy. Im',wl 1k'ou' ,'ro, Is. In your first attack you to yards of Messrs. hate purchased the ,ur fall term of fie George t earcn and I M Jiruce and ill open will me "enemy," saying you would1 aMj, ivery, $ced ar4 Sale big yard at the one purchased of Mr VVearen this plni-- about July and :i bomb into the "enetnv's eamp." lle.ideo lumber in rough and dressed, I still carrj line I am not vour eiiAnv. Hro." V. mid eontinue for live months. We have ll'O a largetsosts of uindovt sashes, doors and shingles, and the picket fiiue formerly sold lis liths. Mr. VVearen. S fl UOCKKR in the would lie deeply p.tined to find I had scholar.- - of school mjr larmei are still brooding over their ever done or said anythin', to imlieate HO kC,Ei l S1F, SI T Io es by the recent fro-- t. enmity. It eems to me that Wheat is! STANFORD . t lli.O ..(' ..... Vlllll- I'llttl-I- . lllllllllfi.il lit- ttl.tl - ... Mill! to the death. Is not thi-- a vteat are making thinjrs PLSMKG MILL CQMFEXY Hi. The ell'ort to dicredit those who ' lively both in garden and lleltl. One W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Manufacturers r.t testify that the singin-.- ' - not half so ' fimiH'r claim- - to havV caught tlo in one IOM ON, K Flooring, Weathorboardln?,', CelllnEr. trood at since the use of the m" of "orn Flnldhtns Lumber, Mouldings, Sash, (Old turn i's an t J Jle horses The H.ipti-- t elutu-l- here - in irood iy$ for hire orjruu, wav a I'rei1 ndon is the m:t conven Etc. Saah. Doora and Blinds always onr easonable t:ri.is iioii-ss.i- - 1101 uie 01 it, nor was condition under tlie leadership of liev. ie nt point on the rai'road to rcsch pines in the In Btock. 10 'n he mountain section of the State J. T. Barrett, ol" there any incompetency or Our School is o in .od shape under tion. lieside-- , if the ground you allege 1871. 1838. for thi- -. testimony vu- - true, the niauagenient of K. 15. Caldwell, Jr., Mill, Superintendent. There are Hi cla es in it would cut oil' your own LONDON, KENTUCKY. tlie school, well filled. We had 108 in at- that of your friends at tunny point GAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Sunday. Tlie sinning ela-- s :'). You ert that I do not know the ,,iIc,-- , rt,'l'"tl.v oiyamt'd hv 1'iof. W. V. Nile- -, inking at Tlii- -. too, - a Thorn i;hly Ken ate J and Kefuruhcd. rirt is ,m,ki" ,,m' ni""il for ,,oth vhuieh I heard in about take. adoen nicetim-- !,u'1 class Fare ind UeasonaMe I'n. ; Di) ml nijht s,,,a.v 'bool. the bc-- t siiurei- -, and it Trains are met b) l'dite Porter of this Popular nn a boom in House. nouldlie very unkind to intimate that. IjuuI ha- - advanced ' tMi "'sliborhood. bc-- t. they did not do their HH) per cent, in the la- -t two or tluve mi.mm'sIon. ' SHOP. htr real estate agent, It. M. NEW Now. w. William-- , von niv vour last .Vli,r"LIIWiiN', KY OFU il !"' T"- ' . .. . ... . .. 1.. ... j - vn-- i .!i:...l ""-- ., , .. haw upcni-butclirr shop at Kn 'and in ru-ip.isrepiy win, 111 an proiiaiulitv, lie the endivvl" tinto furnish Slurc luiui- nnd am ptepan-sj- - , I! iid., rrames, (. ism;, Ilase Mold Door., of our correspondence in this life." Vetv train from the North to greet some lilt- pub k lth .1'. k.nds ot 1111,11s, and .. Cornices, suits, Newels, Mamies. lira, ke I ui I contin-- t re tronts, As in thr srasoii nionied man ami show him our beau sheliiii, llalusters, well. did not commence it. You ue iiinniiii; m wnnii dp iseiiu to ni) cus idins, shingles. Laths, Hoort g, Counter, e immense quarries, turners ill ItJi.furd and M.iintv uidely attacked me, when vou were no tiful forest,clover fields. Kouih ..nd Dressed Lumber. blooming M F F.I.KIN s:e. Heal tf Send for price bef re j ins elsewhere. mote interested than other.-- and you awnts have succeeded in locatitn.' sever have heeti adding to your litmistake !" families ftoin Ohio in tins section, .Stanford female 'College. mm, ',vei.v iippeuniiice of being. at aluio-- t evervMep. I shall not attack rhV-an honest, enterpri.ing on. iss..n.. .t wound your tender ' jmle. late-Prof the Trustees if est feeling- -, or injure your intluence. I The t excitement we laid was1 StanfordP.ivton Iiasin Female C jllejle desire to emploj a b'- - puppet doll, tluee canl nionte have only .iil w hat tleemed nece .trv ' .1 fur the Institution ' Addressat Stanford, 1,ow Tlu'-'lver to keep vou from destroviu" mv "t'."t .Vl.r.v. M KKIU. ' Itiseiiients ahead, clainiinj to iieitorm iiini-i.- , .m'tee UFO D VVinr.N, ' .1 s, and me peioimIly odious. When the crew arrived ) J VV.AI.COUN, . . 'lt. ....... nave tuned, n, presuin", ap wolll.lt little bovs. aned 1J and 14 there 11.11 you were two res. pircnt even to you. Everywhere, ex- pei tively, with a couple of small burst cept with .1 few in Mttntotd, of your own juper coveied trunks and one old. small goods box type and spirit, I have luul a mo- -t wel- tie fellows without any cover. The lit! went to work, rented a room, come and cnthu-iusti- c reception, more bought a dime's w 01 th of coal oil and anSTAIiTORD, KY, lieatets and than I had ever con- nounced the show ready The boys of templated 01 could claim. I think no the town didn't io in woith a cent, so E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. the show left in without taking' man could the lialf have re- in any of tlie "filthy lucre." ceived on all hand- - in and coutl i!l maintiuis i Hotel This old and deuce, and this general avalanche in Bucklen's Arnica Salve. its hijh reputition, and it. Prpnet r - Jetermin. tid ti 110 co .r Hotel tn ctcii-eAnd I have been far more en- - The lust s.llsc in the world tor iuU, bruises, ed that it shillbe r Atlen cr..oiw .utter, chap. the State in us lire A .pjintm-courage.! by the of mv laborsthan ; P. ed t .. . and in 1, cliillilain. orn. .nut all skin . ....... ...im-- i. .. .luiu- mm miioivu, Willi pt'd It anjm,imct cure, pile., or no piycmp. tion n to his freeict nr,i'j urn ni.t01 re1 fro depjt lo churchc- - and attended the ed .ult.ic- tionsK C i.aer i !.ai r ijutrcd It is guaranteed to uise peru-c- t Hi .it ton uii,ihiri razor, and rkuun in iKe mv m. .n il Artl.t Komnstlie ccnu per box. tioll at Mllckville for Melcer, Anderson tion or money refunded l'nce fiircinost In thl part ot the State Hair cutting, K I'en.o. Stanford, K ' and liu'i'piciiiy done in the liitet and and counties, almost pre, . m I. il t improwd ts lr. Ms itteiitlon cisdy after tiie old order, and as we are lie ivi to idle, and iliiiiiu-Worth Knowing. c. Jt.s-- I J IHOMI'.-Oworkinu' in California. There , Mor?in, nurcnJUlt Mr w staniord. Ki ,k, c,ty. Kia.. Wiix Hot a jtir or tltlkilld WOtd. Thete! ssastaUen witha eerC'old, attended with Lord's-Dareported SOIlie (KK ircssuw Couch and runmni; into Consumption ill cMed lmpuhr school scholar, and neailv (t.ODt) mem'. ' ,uhr,t ,Ulc, He ,rilJ Inn' ' couch remedies and steudllv wor.e. her-- . I heard of no discord and not Tho Original Wins. u hu , AMmlty hb.tlii-rtedlKClJ , i C. V. Simmons. St. Louis, Pron'r llllicll of peiSOlllll ditlicilltics, except ill was unable to sleep Finally tried I)r, Kiiu's Ne M. A. Simmons. Liver Medicine, Kst'J found im.ntdi.-uthe only church that Uses till organ. '." thc U S' Coutt J ll.eitin.l'rop'rA.Q.Siininons Livk0''1-- llK,u, re"fhlf There is a lack of and espec er Itegulafor, Est'd by Zcilin iy. ... ell jnd h.s hid no return of the , foun J himself M. A. S, L, M, h.i for 47 ears .ally when the and dUea cured Indiglsiiov, 11iliousms aMkttnmaii iun ,how , 8r,nU a . lllll- -. (iaiTtlfd, lioyle and I.ituolll, recrifcuresas Dr. UVSriPSIA,MrK lIADACIir.,I.OV Ill for ALL THE LATEST SPRING STYLE Nw 0.c HATS Appktitb, Soor Stomach, Etc. if there are more than fourorgan.s I hiivy Coi.jmptwn TI.v T O ..GIIIS, . lri..nd.l ja. .iuinntd Jo t sUat n .. ...... l 9,U. .... 1. iChurch, Adams, Tenn., writes: "1 not limiril of tlosin nn.I tl...v- nr.. r,.tt...r cUim.il for II trial bottle frw it A. k. I'wny's .iiuuiu ii.. in your uasc ocen ucau out Dru storMm lur i.cnuine ai. "teehle folks," and not very healthy. K. (IKOfiHEOAX'S, mons. Lis er .Medicine. I have Renews Her Youth. The singing, I am sure, - far better than sometimes had to substitute -- . "Zeilln's stuff for your Medl sUCVhSSOK TO Mr. Phirbe Che.lej, l'lro-i- Clay Co., loa, it is where the organ K and the Cci;rj cine, but it don't answer the tells the fotlouinc rtmnrkablt story, the truth of purpose." cliurclies,.so far as I could learn and TIIE HATTER, tOPlX Dr. J. It. Graves, Editor Tht hi. h vouchod for b tin residents of th ton: M'MIOHAEL, n.tAttwf Mm.rI.1. P.m.. an.... as a matter of fact, are tho-- e ... ...., ii. mttjM, am old. h isc been troubled sHth kidnev inn lameuuss fur ICCIICU JIHlKiISC Ul iuui uncr 511 4TH AVENUE, leilst dependent Oil preacher... Tilt phlll complaim and niayjearm ould not Medicine, and have used half of lU un free from It works: tike a charm. I want no js. I thillk, dress myself ithoul for chilli II LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. better Liser lleirulator and cer my o., ',1",aml V"""-"- ' ' I could ciiti 1nostexactlvscriptu1-.il- . toinly no more ut Zeitin'n mixture. owe my lliinln Ie utectiiq Hitters, houteuork, else the manner ot carrying It out on the fnr nMiB ' niy )UUlh ,.! remuv-- d turn. A discuunt of i pr sri.l s.-e thi'Old Testament at all; IN. .".0:11; I!!.:',; I Aiidiig.iin I say theie is as much authoiity for the dance in the worthip a there is for the David's authorioig.tn in the woiship. ty, not (Sod's, (mil provided a religion for the .lews and did not put instrumental music in it, and for t."0 years thete in that worship. weie nointiument David iut them in and (iod bore witli them a He did with gro-serror, hut .VI. I; .'!. I. er he l.Siin. tl.14; I - XCE, ICE, rCE A.EVANS,A.B.,A.!M. I One Cent Per Pound . FOB. SAXiS. i- NEWCOMB well-kno- it HOTEL. House and s Acres Iand V i.-in mi-ta- ke ed -- Sj-l- Fenny Kausia.-iio- Herbert, c per-ceu- te le-pe- ct ai-Orti-ce - ac-iit- fi V: ul. 3i-t- 1 1 lault-Ilndin- Jfi 0.1 f faitlt-liiuun- g. 11 tauit-tin.iin- g 11 i.' . 3AVIII.K, A-- I j -- g THE GALT HOUSE, '.-ad WOOD WALLACE, - 111 lii a- di-- 1 - s I 1 1 "P-'"'- Ii .-. Thefa-hun- s ' hu-ii- ne I s, li- - mi-tak- e" A-e- 111 -- 1 i LUMBER "ZAHD! I VV - ' a-- an com-throw- n 'i'i't e l- -t di-tri- A I -- - .tl-li- ' 111 - mi-tak- e? fr-1- t'nt-Morn- is Ilit-touvi- rv mi-tak- e. i 1 1 I.oui-vill- e. Min-da- y al-- JACKSON HOUSE. Lebanon Planing a-- hl -- i- mi-,- - s thoM-c.dle.- JO-t- f. j - Kl'TCHER d . "i - 1 1 I - I - - 11115s 1 Veia-da.- , lime-ton- m.-.- it te tn-- -t indti-tnou-a- nd -- Prin-ci- p 1 '"'" I I C 1. . 1 ! 1 tv-pe- ct di-g- dc-et- ve 1 ic.-pe-l-t well-kno- w j -. -- - te-u!- ts . - ,!,, S, 1 - - cvpei-icn- . Wa-hinat- on j ''''' I n . in ..- -. ino-- spi-cli- l ' N, j adi-W- ere -,- sjre-- VV'.i THAT FIGHT !? .,..,. id, lIi.ovrj-forCoiiumtionin- - '.. ss ''" B Kin-'- - Ju-- if I -' & K .. , I -- 1 , ,.,'.., A H 111 ..-- Nl J .'4 . I ' pleiely all di.ca.e and mm, I r) J". at V.lt. Penn,' lira Store. re.4 a I. .ttli-- , jot and orders sent fur Hats uitli jjiumi mi al ipy of the abosi-VJ-iinentimiilii: pajwr. :i ! V s- ' M.-- u . kit .1 ' i fv V i i Falcoirwon tlii?at.I.ouiH DytbySut- - this, Monday morning. I am unable tit The Kentucky distillers met'hi Louis- villo tuul resolved to limit the whisky unlay in 11:4:1, six seconds slower tliau this writing to. get fuither ptirtlculiirH. at r Jno. K. (irecnleaf and wife, of Well- production of the year to 11,000,000 gal- - the Ixjtiisvlllo time?" - inond, were in l.ancastcr on Sunday, T. Xunnelley sold to W. M. I.:teklonx. Kven this is enough for every . 1888, Stanford, Ky, May eattle at j Mr. Hub Karris went cat llshing on Sat- hodv to uet on one glorious old ilruiik. ey, 1(1 head of :) and urd.iy. II. C. Haiuiltou went to Nicho?- -- and liotight of same party a if no more how ever. lasville on Suudav last to m his Miotic old horse for Silo. V P. WALTON, NEWS CONDENSED. er. -J- ockey MeCaity hud his leg broken , I i.i .. i. "..... I... ....!.... !.. .1...! 1I1 III nilA little sou of 1. U. Chandler, ()l UV II KICK IUSI lis III". W .hinii mil inuini iiiu ......I ". Mill.. ill 1. ....... I ll.,. jfiumih DEMOCRATIC TICKET. jar Kentucky Handicap, but rode the r.nv tion of hi dNtillciy Dix Kiver lioek CampbelNville fell into a lkis Whisky" and the juality will bo 'through. He was. on (iallifet. of water and was drowned. tor JiiiIrc of the Court of Appeals The biggest trade of the day is that uijual if not superior to any in the. counThe New York World claimstohave suitable for this ti.no of yeir, .mil buy The following list of Hail, try. reliable information that JUDGE W. S. PRYOR, nrivateand not accent if nominated. .Mr. of A. T. Xnnnelley and .John M. mow- - ed. The trade iti.it k will be copyrightthe latter trapping the former a Hlaiiie will - I'M Williamson, of Killainey, l'l.i., a them of me and get the best: William II. Hue was publicly hanged ing machine for two blind bridles. Tub demoralized eondition t)f the re- in Andeison county, Texas, Saturday, Kgmont, who won the Kentucky colored man of sense, and the owner of an orange urove in urango county valued publican party in Virginia is plainly 10,000 people wit!icring the execution.! Handicap over terra rotta mm CANNED GOODS. MISCELLANEOUS. demonstrated in the municipal elections Davis cut her throat with a lit-- j has been sold to Campbell & llankiusfnr at Slo.OOO, was mairicd on yesterday to .Miss Liw.ie Patterson, a wotthy young held last Thursday. In Richmond, Nor- zor at Salt Lake, I'tab, when she heard $10,500. He is a son of Kmpiirer. California Peaches, Cal. Dried Peaches, folk and the other principal cities the !,. i...f Inwi.iiiwi I....I ,..,irr!i..1 i The leremony was Dr. Owsley has farmed the standard lady of Uncnstcr. l " Pears, Dried Peaches, democratic tickets were elected almost wjfe. bred Bessie V., property of liie late Tim performed by Itev. Dr. Kvans, after " without exception, wnno rciersnurg, Apricots, TllL. Turkish Prunes, Light Infantry took Kugleman, to Jm' Kngleman, of Dan which the happy couple left for their iloss Mahone's own city, which liasgone t,JC jfalltry ,.;,,,. 1t tIll, XaslivlIU- drill villo, for this season, colt or no Florida home, on the banks of bike Orated Pineapple, Cooking Figs, Success attend them. repuuiiean ever Mini- icvm-- , gut-.the gatlin colt. The Harrodsburg Democrat says and the Louisville-ArtillcrThose who attended thosupper froui Sliced Pineapple, mayor and elect- gun prize. for a democratic MinceMcat, lambs am being delivered at 7 cents. A I.aneastcr, given by the ladies of the ed 8 out of 12 democratic conncilmen. Total bond purchases to date, Lima Beans, Mackerel in Buckets, lot of 000 slop hogs sold to be delivered Presbyterian church at Stanford, Friday The reason given for this change of senHad the bonds run to maturity load for Au- e cuing, Pie Peaches, Cod Fish, are loud in their praise for the timent is discontent with the little boss' the government would have been saved June l.'ith at $5.:V and a car gust delivery at $! per cwt. kind attentions shown them, and for the and the fact that many colored S7,.MiJ,7:.lS. Corn, methods Hominy, SomeoneturiieilTomUobinson h tint' very eieg.tui reiresiiments serveu. me men voted the democratic tickets. ' . . Ilefes, Meyer & Co., and Henle it Tomatoes, ......i r-w..,.e Bulk Pickles, ,,,,.. j ,()) , ))f (,H, :,., ennoni iiainmeion.mi is very sore over it, fearing that Wolf, Louisville, have compromised Wilkes together Sunday and wlu-& he; Oysters, Bottle Pickles, WK.jllljmiy ,u:W(.(. ,.nple of his defeat at home may cut a figure in with their creditors at '50 and '.l cents found them they had kicked and bit and these counties. If we would not pursue ueicg.tuoii to mu iv.pectivelv. Salmon, ine admission oi ins Catsup, scarred each other considerably, though the almighty dollar with iiicli persist national convention, wliich will be con-Sardines, Tir0 ar. A0m rt.,jos kcpl 0IM, not seriously. Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. once and mix a little more with our tested by Wise and his followers. The 10om in the Smithsonian Institution at Chipped Beef, Of the 4S winners during the iei cut n.'igh'mrs, we might come nut fully as for democratic success in tneOld Washington. It is needless to add thev outlook Corned'Beef, Ixnu'sville meeting 20 went to the post well in the end. Dominion is very gratifying. The death are kt1)t - ut.0j10- first favorites; six wen1 second favorites, Deviled Ham. of th company repre-The failuie . knell of Mahoneisin lias already sounded It is President Cleveland being - to iiting th beautiful cantata of "David, and the day of final deliverance from IwH8lBnirtwHlN,,wilv t0,HlVHTlllrilM11 the longest odds against them I, while six third choices took down theSheph.'rd Hoy," logo to Stanford on h.m is Vast approaching. . MY STOCK OF STAPLE GROCERIES ojj ml w FULL. their tespootive pur-eFriday evening was due to the fact that Kgmont's victory ..... t)f t..os , ....,,. ,.lk., ..... i...,,!!,,,, .,rt ar- -' munt is evidently a lie. -- It is reported that The chairman of the committee of ... . Hicks Carmichael, who murdered in the Kentucky Handicap, including , rangements, John M. Harbour, of I.ouis- in t villo, announces to the democrats of Ken- - Deputy .Sheriff Shipe, near Knoxville, the value of the stakes and money wi,Kri.,lt,in, Mr. San lifer, the'inanagcr Highest Market Price Paid For tuck- - "A volunteer delegation of prom-- ' Tenn., last Monday, was Saturday tried on him, netted bis new owners $1 (),.( '2, ttsMIU,s IIltf , to lake the troupe nu scnienceii to lie ining. back all the nuiif-they thus winning inent Kentucky democrats, under the tlt.,v Iwiwffii tlif lnt nul lUtli f .In lie. Then' is going to be a gieat tight for ,,,,jd out for j,;,,, $l:;s. SIDKS. SHOULDKKS AND JOWLS. name of the Watterson Club, will leave It is a cnteitaiuiiient and I HAMS, Tlie Ijitonia races romiuc need Sat- - lion the Stanford n'oiile will iiw them Iouisville at 8:45 p. M., Monday, June 4, Oregon. The election is June 5th, and over the O. fc M. road, in company with the democratic National Convention will urday with a large emwd and line sport. ., (.,. r,,,!. The Derbv was the event of the day and members of the Juisville Democratic get the news while in session. Tom Cary was given 50 years at Chi- resulted in a dead heat between An- DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Club, to attend the National Democratic cago for killing a Chinaman under cir- - geles and White, with (Jallifet right he- The fonditionof Mr. D, T. Facklcr Convention at St. Louis. Tickets for the ' round-trip- . good for six days, are placed cuiustances that would have hung him hind them. The two foimer ran it over, In i,.p.,rtd as much wor-- e this morning. Paper Boxes, . ;. ... wnen i.os .wigeios won u :.. .i.o.ii c . ii nh irienils have given up all hope of nominal price of S0.15. All who had the victim been a white man. in -- ...',. at the t Jen. John M. Palmer, a Keiituckian, Haughiiian's Lincoln, who his rccowry. desire to join the club will notify Mr. was nominated bv the democrats to suc ite. L'Ot third money in a race for two-- j T.ier.. . s..v..n m.iMiim i.i 1... h.n.. r.irbour at once, in order that transporick" Oglesby, another, Maditone Nt and Syraciw u., ilt llu. n,,,,tistcliuivliSundav night, St. Louis may ceed "Cncle tation to and quarters at o,, be secured for them." A hundred thous- Keiituckian, as Ooveinor of Illinois. but owing to n leak in thebaptUtrvtheiv . .. lri.,u. . Dillion, Jim Ouest'stw. There are l.'JO miles of electric rail old lillv. nisi got tlnnt money in a race was nut water iiuii.di. so tin. MYiMAN'S iSWKKT PICKLKS L lUJLK. I, un and unarmed Kentuekiansonghtto rally loads in operation in the I'nited states won j)V 'jVssi K. to this call. mil have to wait f..r nun and 150 more have been contracted for. - The i rand Army Tlie Kentucky Handicap was one ot of the Republic Tun prohibition law in Fleming is the The greate-- t area of miles is in Pennsyl- the most notable ever run in Kentucky. will decorate the Mil'dieis' graves Weil-- ; Invania. tor Prices Always Reasonable And Goods Satis factory. niot rigid in the State, the penalty Nothing but winning tlers ismte-tenuvlay. Uoberl Anderson Po- -t is loot- ing a fine of $:'00 to give, seizor furnish The collections of internal revenue Terra Cotta was the faonte, hut the fd heie. Hen. Oreeii Clav Smith is whisky to another. A great deal of for the first ten months of the current penalty of 7 pounds was too much commander; S. D. Van Pelt adjutant. w-- i whisky has been brought there and the fiscal year amount to$100,IOS,45i, being against him and Kgmont won with 11'.' Mrs. Freeman, an old ladv who has MARK HARDIN, Clerk. grand jury last week threw a bomb shell ,m iiU.roa- - of $5,15:i,:W5 over same time up to his 110. Nick Fimter was third. been lixing iiiietl on Walnut street for bysummoning the Adams KxpressAgent ' ).lst yer It is a remarkable fact that our towns-- , several vear.s put. died Friday, after a and demanding a production oi ins looks , niob took a colored rapist from Jiian, L. M. latsley, placed the Inne. ex-- , 0I1., Tnero weie services at the .s. , (,. 10 ascenain w.u eous.ecs Ml jurnesville, O., to Hang Hun, hut Uctlv in their order two weeks hefore. Kpis,,,,,.,) Hiiin-lialter which the re,. u.irfh amount of intoxicants rcceiveil. J lie 011 ., vot,. i,,.:,,,, taken he was let off with In,., t l.f.:tL t.i the winner.- .,...!.,. ......... ,..i .... :...... , , iiituii-- . mn i4ir.rii nr PU llliri- agent, acting under instructions from Ins ., terrible beating and returned to $fir,: to Terra Cotta and ?.t7ilto Finer. ,m.nl princi,als. refused to give up the books 1)risolf T'Ilt. miles, time 2:07. ).tan.v WIIIls, ,a,,i(.s S(M.,al (.,h W, .;( uhamherlain, in jail for tliemur ana says ne win nn in jun oeiore m- - win euteitained by Miss .Mary Shelby nn McKINNEY. give the boys away. They say he will der of Ida Wittenberg, assaulted the Friday. Those present were Mrs. J. C. be given the chance to decide which h. sheriff of White County, hid., and fnie-- , lNiv .! V. Uiin.tr win igain called Hngle, Mrs, C. P. Cecil, Misvs Nannie will do. tureit n.s skull. - general J'"' """very , t,u, (.ar(1 (lf , ,U)tNl ,.,,,.,.,, lt.K. ilt 'and Mary Fisher, Kmiiui W. WeLegar. ' regular conference meeting Satur- - nettle D.ll n, Alma, Lettie and Hettie on ac- ' " ' their iKriKUsox Dwis was not able J ho County Louit of (.lark by a Craig, Dora Harris, Nannie ami Sue Mr- count of ill health to be present and take vote of II to 1, agreed to submit to the .lav night. -- rllenry Tombs and wife, with his Dwoll. part in the ceremony of laying the cor- voters June 0, the proposition to sub-- Miss Kly, of Frankfott, is visiting ner htone Of the Confederate monument scribe $100,000 to the stock of the Ken- sister, Mrs. Hannah Smith, left last; Craig. Mr. J. Wesley Dur will the Mis--,Monday for California, when-theMiss., but his tucky to be built at Jackson, I'nion Railroad. Itiitii. of l.ouisv!li. was here on Sundav i .:.!.. :'.. ii,.. im.,r ir. winsome daughter, MIm Winnie, was ly an explosion in a cartridge facto- , ,,, visiting his children. Messrs. W. C. ,111W IIM111 vki,illLf there and created almost as much en- rv in r" .. . ' "" Ol M'VtMi InuKlinus avoiv liiris (.. (Mbbon hitley and A. t!v... iii this si'itii.n. but ivtni ned home ' rue, thusiasm as tlio old gentleman himself1 Mroyi'il ami numy aople rnihluMl to Mr. Davis sent a nut Sundav. Mis juim M. Iweiis is on a ' attemleil uie tiilmore nuitvr at Would have caused. . . i.i.... .. . ....,, t '1(111 urvu ,i ,. .I iii i jiii JlMl rClUV i ii- vii ..i..iakt. ik... ii i..,... iiit'ii IHV Win ted ford, of letter in which he said that Mississippi-an- s iivtiiiit rums at nil from tlu ,. IluinMmn;. U in !ovIntist anouuts. : '..., lill ... - H'H.iiiiiiiiii. had never lwerl a peace party in 'Illr UVIIM11 A number of colored people ill' Sunday was chilibvn's dav at tin .:..,.,. Mill, .1". tt'iiu inirhf til tiliw --il. Friday night was a ii,.h . . , , the , .Ullll-Oiluiost to de. itli Methodist Kpiscopal church, South. A " r'" ll... grand success ill every paiticiilar, and peace. It will now be in order for illV for pretending " to ixisst.s., a divine na upon large number of grown people, as well compliments are still being passci republicans to raise another whoop, ture. He was a white man, but had1 Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchthe paiticipants by thoc who were for- as children, were present. Then' were as to liKHCimiMi to the fact that Col. O'Hrad- - tained his face, hands and hair tunate enough to witness the perfoi lu- addresses by Rev. II. C. Morrison. Mr. maker with many years experionce, all work done with neatness ' was a poorlfttle chorus boy in the pass for a negro. tnuMNt Among those from a distance w I. o J. II. Otter, Misses Miuy L. -- The Ohio Prohihitioni.sts held their' ll lice. rantata instead of being a leading prinSpectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the by the entertain-inen- t and Jennie Tompkins. A iidbi tion fur and dispatch, fully insured. weie attracted heie says: "It is convention at Toledo. Tlie jilatfoini the tate Sunday-schoo- l cipal, the Courier-Journfund, amountwe note Will ."ftone and Lige eye. to be feared the Colonel will play flares that the manufacture and sale ol from Libei ty; Sam Tate and Miss ing to $":i. 10, was taken up. o intoxicating liquors is a crime, and r The wind-mifor forcing the same lowly jwrt ii tlie republican Nannie and Frank Coll'cj, fioni Monti-eellfrom the Tompkins spring to tlie P, wat,Chicago." Mistake. Hilly is a proves woman suffrage. A State ticket Misses Maiv T. (iiecii. Listen Mi- -! .. .. . I. 11. I .ft. , State delegate to that body and will was nominated. oiiienng.s, win oe f Kinuev and Lena Yowell, from Huston- - "" " The burning of the gieat stove works week. Althougliit stand up and vote for himself first, last Hunlev (iooch, from Kingsville; cjutinued after and all the time. It will be a pathetic; "f the Peiry Manufacturing Company,) ICd Jones, from Stanford; Misses Coidia u''rk Wl". the pumping depends on tlie sight, but one that will be well worth at Mmtli rittsnurg, lenn., resulteii in a and Zona Mvors and Mary Coffey, from direction of the wind and when the loss ot Mx out ot the seven Middieburg.'and R. W. Walker and Jess j wind is wrong tlie Asylum has to wait going many miles to see. buildings occupied bv the company aie U.i.it. from Junction Citv. Kvery no, until it como right in older t get wa- tv Tub Lindell Hotel will bo the head- - in ruins and stoves, in stock, were MH.mill steam e, uiichaseii in ew , ter- to tl1joy ,iu. ujmir iiiiiiioii-,quarters of the Kentucky delegation at destroyed. will take the lace of the wind- some were' anxious to have it re-- Y01. S"rv lij"TJ1 tii frtffV A "destructive bail and wind Morn. and St. Louis. Tlie total number of delegates Wnrkiiiu-- are now engaged inlay- Ir The lionu. . . . . . .. ... . ... ,ng ,mll .,,.,,, j , ju of tIll, VU)01,,,l . over the northern portion o. iu!iT..i ine iiniun inn muni. p.su,i lKOntw..i.uR'.rUi..Um... ,... .,,, ' ....... (u.s, wliich have rotted. thirds of them to make a nomination. 'j(.xas iUst week. In some places cotton .nii ' s of them plants were beat to the ground and Cleveland already IVira Cotta will stait four tunes at ...i...:ii...ii.. ;.i ii '; , pledged to him. Tlie only question to badly damaged as to render replanting n,..nfc St. Louis in the following stakes, Wed,Vtv lhV"Z , ' Several houses were blown be settled is who will be his yokefellow w t., . ,e nesday, in the Perchon Handicap,. chev.ous i ray has the best show, down at Corsicana. in the race. miles, weight IIS lbs.; Friday, in the -- Iatst September the Pine Mountain but Stevenson and Hlack may get there. Kclipse Stakes, l re- - M"ichant miles, they assumed. Hy urgent Iron and Coal Company, a corporation characters play at Liberty weight 10 lbs.; Thursday, June 7th, the troupe will Tin: unveiling of the Confederate composed of several young men of Lou- -' inicst the Cup, 1J miles, (H lbs., Kgmont sometime within the next two weeks. tieorgetown cemetery bought 8,000 acres of land in Hell monument in the cisiics in this race III lb; Saturday, Notice will be given in tlie I. J. will occur next Saturday with appropn-- j county forJOO.OOO. During thethreedays' June 7th, in a handicap of l miles, Maj. 11. T. Stanton sde last week they sold about 10 acres ate ceremonies. weight 121 lbs. Heion, a LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. will read an original poem and that f)f this land for $60,000. also of Col. (iuests's stable, will stait Tho engineerH have decided by a .. Many of oiircitizensattendedi'liunli matchless orator, Col. Hreckinridge, will Thursday in tlie Real Kstate Stake, , t; 1,... i... . deliver an address. The monument was j,jg majority to continue thu strike .. well,t HW IK; UVdnesday, June -- Vic Wluri Csonof our counU erected with money raised by the good against the Burlington road. It is said that this is done bo that thoy will bcable ladies of Scott county. to continue to draw from the brother- many friends hope for his speedy recov(() nm Jn Notwithstanding the unprecedented hood funds, which will bo cut oil' when lbs. tliousand pounds of wliich race he will carry Twentv-liv- e After for pensions expenditure of $P.V00,000 the strike is declared a failure. wool have been sold in Lancaster this the suburban he will be shipped to Chi- surplus in the treasury en-sttrthis month, the 1'ha UUVr;n'nTTrnr'i spring at prices ranging from l.'i to --': cago, where he will start in the Oakwood FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. has increased over 53,000,000. Could issued March nnil 8nni. handicap, tlie (treat Western handicap, rents. leaoh year. Tt In mi nnn- Mutial Life there bo any stronger argument in favor A. P. Van tie Water will sell his For tlie benetit of the editor oi the the Columbia Stakes and probably sev lolopcdln of uioful Infor-of a reduction of the excessive, war taxa- farm ami stock at auction June IiiHtirniice Co., Philafor all who pur-0th. Seu Mt. Vernon Siirnal. I will say that lit oral others. Of Col. (Juest's horses at chaso tho luxurlos or tho tion, which prevails after a quarter of a ad. may look for but one moru winter and Latonia, Irene Dillion ran third in a neonailtlna nr ur. nr. ? century of uninterupted peace and can clotho you and furnUh you with A Florida radish, '.NJ inches long and that will be when the genseng blossoms. Held of ' on. Saturday. weighing pounds, is a this yeai's prodA railroad meeting was held hereon McMurtry will run in tlie Hymiarsuikes ftppllanoen to rtde.walk- It is nlil.inilthurmii.'lily rdl.iMr,i..'iwirv.ithi' danoo. sloop, , Little Phil the FightSaturday last and a delegation was sent nuxt Saturday. Miss Hoylo will run in ccmip.ui), now m it it c.ir with f u,5iio,ikmi uct. nl :..flsh'. unt' Mrork B church. Gk.v. Siikiudan-nMcth mill f i.jimi.ikxi kiiriliu. Its r.iUn arc a at. ?.?! rnnd homo aA In varloas aUoa, R. H. & K. P. Woods sold to H. F. to Louisville Monday to confer witli Col. some purso races. Jack Cockw.-good luw a .my nKl iiiul rcllulilu comp.iny, with iliv) er, will likely be dead before these lines unn.tt,(", Just ngura out denit iiniurp.isHcil a reputation fur fair iliulinj; from'a heart Robinson L'O head of who suffered the misfor- cxcvlli'il hy nunc ami plans to tult hogs at Young on the subject of tlio road's rMrnSTri0S,u.'rodiolloon ,h8s0 thlnK arts read. Ho is sinking fast tune of a broken jaw early this spring W011I1I call the attciitliin nl Inulncni, cirlimly n?.iX.0?T,,Lt' Rnd yu Ctta ako a fair niuii to it. Lancaster. of his recovery are 4.J cents. trouble and all hopes bad to stop training, lias recovered nuw tmWniim, acciiinulatcil biirnliin ami 6 ncr and IxmcU plan of policies. There were l.V) cattle on the LancasNelson Tenter, a wealthy fanner liv- and is now in special preparation for rent. i.bnndoned. He Is the last of tlm lieu- lirr Womkii liuiirn) on Die name ratu ilk nan will die ter market yesterday with prices run- ing at Huekeye, in this county, was the Kansas Citv Dei by which begins IlLP.tJ,f 10 cenU t0 Py Postage, JOHN K. KAUI.KNEII tenant. generals and the rank fJONTCOMERY WARD & CO. I)l.ttlct.i;iiit for Kontiicky. GV ning from II to I cents. found dead In a pool near his residence June 111th. .with him. Avenue, Chicago, lib . Semi-Weekly Interior Journal ; ' --- ' t i - - i j ' j -- oiK ' j -- I sci-nin- i)Ui-,vllli- - . - 0, Ap-opk- a. - u v Ma-hon- e ...... , ,,., tt. ,i. . 1 , ' ,.,.,. s s, ' SLMYS j ; i.ids i,t llrst-clas- s -- j ... . -- ... w.-r.- 1STHEBESTIN THE WORLD. JUSTTRYIT. year-old- s, j , ... i i J . d. ' w, . - i ..." 1 .-.., - i,rii ..-: 1 -- i v ... PLEASE OBSERVE M'ROBERTSSTAGG -- y ., -- i ' !' ; ,,, c i.xm-I- i ,,. k ' .. 1 i - . . f I , i - - I H H . , "' srliool-hoiiis- ' WATCHES. CLOCKS, .JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. -- -v j -' ly Cuf-fe- y, ap-sh- o: -- ll ii-- wa-t- ' j ," ..!!. 1 n-- xt BOFFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. !.wffiiidhc3yy lxif U j ou-in- ..... 1 ; - !"' i three-third- so,1''' pary. .',.' . -- ...t '.., ' I I 1 1 !94PIPIiB9SPKIBi9IHPHsHEElff3bj j "WAIiI PAPER and PTJRITITXTIIE. complete:stock always on hand. B. K. WEiX.R3GN, e j 'J-- i In the Pcnii delphia. .111 pros-perity- o n d iom-ingt- o 2lt, i .M. , "iiimito'.vi !?W ,v-- . ' "V 0!!& Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal1 at Vi!U LOCAL LORE. It Ih dry, liot ami dusty, lint the siy,-- ! (.mills in Htirtnir mill utimtiifir lintst na) Hurviru khvk wo will have rain uwl ' 'wlcr wwillior. CourtH MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. er a 5Ir..Joe J. Faking, IWh. H.C.WAI.TON, Ftanioiu), Kv., imN.MannKr .May, U!, 18SS . Tup s.it,.M.v Mm I'lilliuin, l; . Pmf. s..,m..W.tll p'ri.wipal, will ..,w. I....L--nt-x- ' t th' postolli,.,. and U. U. Itak.-'oiiiitimmriiicd jiostniatcr. ' , '""" is "'I1 lminc of a new r has ''' I n refofmeil newH-papISonduraiit, of man, ami 5Iis-5Hrare to be married on the 1'Jtli fflo Co BIUFILI11T9 I Iwi. of. une. Published Evory Tuoudny nnd Friday. TiiKlfamkH will iiWrvo the holMuvt.r. t morrow, ,o vi.u had ilx up 'that to-da- v of slmwlH-rrif- tfu I'KH VIOAIMNADVANCW .rVVVIitn n.i ,o paid $a 60 will t'C ruriicil " L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ....J oj p in Mill Hum coinu North ' ..I Ji pm South 37 p in I pres train " South am -- .. North . 6 js.in local IrtlRht North 633pm South " I he latter train aU'iiiirry passenger calculated on ttmidard lime. Solar "the abose is time i about jo minute faslt r. ...; 1 ' K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 'I ram lease Rowland at ml return at 6 p m nil t.o p m. j 33 a In mil 7 "' 0' Mr. K L Hiiimii Ihii falroneof IiIh (ieorge V. Haiti, the great temperance Advocate. i'idji, he takes the whok' bakery in nun- - lecturer. nott" -- Kecontlyit was a Uuisville lady, ini; tliein. . Kou Ii:xt.-.- Vw lmiiM. now they say Hon. James H. Heck is llli four, Tu.:elosinK exerelscs at thu Culler iMirfmllHT .artirula.s .all on win be held soon to be married to 5lrs. Henderson, nwiiiH. at 10 o'elook Thursdnv nml 51 ' J. ( . will votmlHt niuiply of awarding diplo- - formerly iss 5Iaggie Hright, daughter I). Hright, of In- wrtllifatt-M- . . Prof. Paxton ix-le- y of the late Senator uw. .1. A.CMiiTATi-irboiiK'htofT.1. (liana. temln an invitation to the patrons nnd abovo the thebriek Iiohm-ju-- t There was a swell wedding in the trwtuh of the sehool to be present. road on street for $,'M). chapel of Chiirlottunburg Castle last son of the with yesterday the day week, Prince Henry, Yoi- - ean o to IndiaiuTiHslo-.layan.- l sick Kmperor of Germany, taking unto return for .l.lo, if you want to see t1(. mail train bound to l.ouiHville will pass wife Princess Irene, daughter of the of 2:03 as for Duke of Hes-- e. Hoth are grandchildren Prohibitionists in National Convention. ,,('re at V2:'M '' merly, meetlnj; the oiUlil)oiintl train ol viueen Ktoria oi J'.nglnnd. W. II. IlioiiiNs Is inoviiiL' baek into at .1 unction City. The only other What military command does a lady his old stand, which has been renovated ehanp' in the sehedule is that the lond obey when crossing the street in muddy and ehanced so as to make it one of the freight North-bounwill pas at 0:!!0 a. weather? Dress up in front, close up best ones in town. m live minutes earlier. behind. Hev. II. V. 5Iorrison ami 5li-- s Liura Hain, of Lexington, are to be married iih Juut'L'O. 51 is Haiti Is the daughter of, MERCHANT TAI LOR Is Receiving His SP R I N G AND i SUMMER . GOODS, Give him a Trial. Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, :: ,i. itnul Jee TTrrTrr: ' SPRING OPENING! WALL Krom ioo lo ville, Ky d PAPER AND VV'imlow C DECORATIONS K Wki.i, will ojk'Ii the season Skvkiui, parties have written and said NKW ADVKUTHKMKXTS. MEANS IUSINE8S. Thursday June 14th, with a moonlight to us that at the trial of Albright for ivpaired nlul hop.' (food band and tine supper. o! shooting the llenges next Saturday a Vrin:s and jewelry 'wnrmntetl. A. It. Penny. and enjoy yourself. very dillerent ease will be madeout from lli'ti Fixmi p'ts.iway with Ktato ami what has been rexirtcd. They say that Tin: last legislatuie made 5Iay tobiuro K'sts. I'or sab" by Meltoberts ,v; Albright was entirely to blame and atAn election will be held kt the Mjfcr Home in day a legal holiday. If you ("rah Orchard June 2, i8S. at o'clock r m. to TiikIm-splace to buy ilniS patent can all'ord to lo-- e the time you can do so tacked the Ilenges when they were unelect a Hoard til Director fur the Crab Orchard and Ottenhclm Turnpike llo.nl Co. for the cnu- is at A. It. armed and not expecting it. nedicineH and toilet ai tides W II. Mil. I. Kit, I'reiidtnt. without let or liinderance. ingyear Penny's. I ', , ,"""T svksiioatiox proves that there is but wliool books, ink, tablets. Ilwv your I..,: lad.es o the Crab Orchard II..,.- I Mt(aliK i;aM.s n.lortl.j ,lt aer, iencils and seh'sd supplies of all list church will.o.mon,nyevenlng,:M)th,jMeKiM meItiom.,, , our kinds from A, l(. Penny. .,.,. Int..hant fmln w10tn tli nails are I guarantee all v.alches and eeiy ar- g.veastn.wber.yVpperfor Doors open at :;o alleged to have been stolen says that one 14, 1888, ticle of jewelry I sell to be juntas repre- o. nit; ciiurcii. sented. A. It. Penny. o'chs'k. Wlih ;, MDON'I H.iri HOI' at niKl,t of his customers took a few liandfuls, ' ol Hoard ht week $6 on .Mil- -. U'.vkk, whokeejistbe lirst toll-- 1 but with no intention, he SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. " ou ht day (and les thaiia weeky gate on the Preachersville pike, wiw run j stealing and that he does not think that Sinelc nic.iU 40 I). Ki.s N luick from biuisville. and had her t matter is worthy of serious consider- - (.'nildrcii under 10 years nf .,;e and ser- over bv a horse vanln half price ation. (1 Mtos ltuon I'oiitm vs i at home for aim broken, Cottace. .. room nnd oik r,Min)' per - 5"! Is'intr otherwise . I wo lanulii't occunyini: tame noi,e 10 cxi ) the vacation. Hiirteikcpt ly the week for CHURCH AFFAIRS. hinclp tcriW 35 hf. Tuthv Kinii, of Covington, is Will meet tram at Stanford i,r Maood when Tin: commencement exetelses of the The northern 5lethodist have A I. scj(jna.IOKK, notified to do o Wthm MrO". .1. Filter. Stanford, Ky . Female College will be held in tended the time a pastor mav serve a 11 Mit. m Mu. 'llrii"Viiiii.i:,ofSoin-ciM'tt. the Chapel next Thursday, Our lehurcli to live veins. ate at Mr. .lohn 51. Hail's. PUBLIC n,.v.s. V. J. Holtdaw and P. ii. Mi!. K vti: Csv::, of liuisville, is with job department has just gotten out the; for the three graduate- s- M wu K.KU a mating at Stanford, her parents, 51 r. and .Mrs. T. S. Parson-- . Uiiiiiiu l.utie Hailcy and j,10 4th. Western Kecoider. MisNsmi: AitMsntoMi, of Perry-vill- .Maltie Vamieveer. ! .. .. lirundy bought in Indiana last S. Mritl'rtt. the miest of .Mis. A. yearling' mules for -- (l., ,,er head. : I Milt till publish1 n th prnninjs my Kami, Mis5lin liiiivi:, of 5lidway, on a.rount "of Tile" of situated t'i mill' irom "iani"ra, in t,nniu rai vMtiiii; her -- ister, .Mi. A. It. Pen- James T.C..r.so, leader of the Hold and!-t'-:'h- :,n" of l.m.oln in, my, Kj , on thi' Kumi liran h ft ""'n'""'. elos- - Lain aster piki', on ny. . Perryman has ju- -t -"- ''V. O. Silver Hand, was compelled to let mv liuis-vill- i' Mi.Iimn lb ti n in went to ,l ,m'l',," w1,t11' l"v' in iln"r; 9II1, 1888, regular .satunlav evening concert go bv', 'M,1,,',, ,n n'1'11" yesterday to vl-- it Mr. .1. A. liable-maw,,,,"h but will make up for it next Saturday fti"ollll,y' tun taming when new futures of this pleas- m,n 188 .Mis. li. A. night, Blue-Gra- ss r , vnnuj M)hm m .Mas. 51. II. .Mi K.rmnl;n, ,,as,or of j Wenxi-itiiitfItobt. ant ente.ta.nmentw.il be prese.H.Hl. 5Iii. Hm.k's ijo per cent cheaper th.tnecr liclore known In Ccntnl iiitullcninhlnationiif Wall Paper l..irxct stock tnsrtcct froiti .it I'alnU, ()it, VurnWhes anil Painter' Supplier, PIANOS AND OKOANS Aifcnt for John il.i-.- nfi. ky K 0IIIIIO';, Win lovv Sh nle ti Pari ir, Dan- , Turnpike Election. liurch ii lii i ,luic.il itc Minliaii.liso A. E. GIBBONS, D5LNriTXJt.rS, KY. ,,,,.,, ,,, EALE3WELL ,. Scntton Opens Thursday,, June 1 ' IDK;TJ(3-(3-IS- A, M& T PENNY. 5c ;. Q iJE-VT'EJIjEK- DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &C. l'h)l:iani prescription accurately i i av impounded. - jfy Js Bfc V. ut-e- THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. :SI-- SALE lver the lowest. J hroiiRht to thi market. Prices lower than Watihc. Clocks and Jewelry Ite. paired on vhort notice and warranted. e. .Mi-s- es ' A PIITE FARM ha-In'- ab-en- ce Ir' BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! 1 n. f f,,, Saturday, June nd (i chinch ami llr- -t regular .successor of frame at,' it modern he improvement Ti.cP.e.sbyteii.i.i ladies have reason to Henry Ward ISeeeher. liuilUini; 01 rwim alio KiKntn a i.arns i in iux Mk. JokI'ikii and 5II-- s Sarah Parr, 0 boxes mm for Orant's "Parson" Newman and Dr. tend, with Krunary torn trib am Vind of farm-- Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better of KliKibethtown, an- uue-t- s of .Mr. and be proud of the excellent M.pjier they niieiior.esaiidpicmj r..m tr completed the list of live new inj l.usiuev,; the second is 411x4,1 with sia for -. .1. 1.. Dawson. spread for the benetlt of the church, Fri-- Uood-e- ll Mrof the very best vehicles made for the Ni xi:u., of ieoto-tow- day night. It wit nice, elegantly .served bishops elected by the Northern 5Ietho-am- l 51 us. ltminvt cii tisiition and suitati e for u stud farm. ,.It i the others being Joyce, Fitgertdd tedixteeii,m,.nthb marktts-Da- iui iHiuutilul and it was the person's who ha Is'en visttlni! .Mrs. P. P. lancus- - trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. feln.es mv a ' right and ter und MalifWd. own fault if he tailed to enjov it hearti- - and Vincent. Niinnelley, letum-- d lmme Saturday. 'I In i plenty nf timber and svnter j car's iIhiiThe Southern Assembly voted by a crop is bs acresuf wheut, 7,1 in nvtr, 30 uat jo You v be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. e wife of .Inn. Iv. The proceeds was $110. lcavini! a! Mi:- -. 51 v, the 4 t" milr are large majority against Dr. Withrow's in enrn and or in tnluico half airis track suitabir s. May, of Somerset, arrieil yeMenlay net amount lor the cause of .s'.hi. hemp cm be for tnliaiin Idea that the human race evoluted fmm had directly behind thcl.irye barn .lone-- . .Mrs. It'll m a visit to her inv lock, cimsisiuiK "i nt: Oi it Superintendent of Schools, Hev. J. mui:i.v.s llI1( M.stained the OeoruiaSvn-A- . li 11,,'rsc, Mule 5 and 3 yiar nionu3 mare, fine old No Ma. Thomas .Minx u; wife and Chas. Hogle, is .low n for an addir-so- n "The )((, , MlhlH.niiin, i,im. Inw, 2 .Vldernc llfifir ill calf, Jerc bull, MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. Mirri-o- n .Metcalf have been visiting .Mr. a Call, llerkshire Ihwr and line. Duties of supe.ii.tcndents, the Old and A full Muck of Imn enients. iiuludini: Tla. Michigan .Methodist Confea'nce and Mrs. .lohn Metcalf. at Nicholasville. wnh attachinents, a j a .VlcCnrntiuk Associ-- , ,I(vl.lr,., IV form ,)f ,Uor ,j. Prill, v.orn riaiuiT, MJ.a1.,t and the New," at the State Teachers' iiuncr, isase, Itirv. m Ma- -. !. W. Pi:ititVMA ation, to be held at .Mammoth Cave July w1M,t , I'uhascu l'rc. VV'siriHis. l'lo, els,. Also House st, of l0(.UT0 hold Furniture. Mi-- s Meiilah .lohustoue, of Indiana, have and which pn.mises to I,., the larg- N,Jrv . .sale posiute, rain or lane, and tn .nimeiRC at f use the weed, Wen vMtlin5Ir. niul 5ln. Joe. F. Wata I'lrms reaonable .M ever held. The n.ilroads will give w,,j,.,; SIMM,miN f,. lni. lnik j tlt. ro. er-. I'lie farm can be eui at any tune by lalluitf 011 half rates, the hotel will make a rate of eo.inut. thi prcuiists incon 51 .. I. 51. IIkmhiuks ha- - retnined A 1' Van dc W.V1T.K, "W".!!;.!5, will be .educed ' If these .Methodist niiuistem wlio ISiiv uS, Stanford, K. j, fmm lluntsville. Tenn., whither she gland the cuvc rates . f to the member-W!tnt to keep women out of their conler- fi"k 'laughter, who is went to visit her enee ill .New I orK vvele also to exeliuie better. ( n. peojile were greatly disappointed the fair sex from their church meetings, 5li F.mm l mt ui. f .Maneha-te- r, sealed proposals will lie nciived oy the Knob Friday when .Mr. J. P. Sandifer wired what would become of the strawberry yoiiiiK lady, is o'llosk June 2 CTowninton hanil-om- e Turnpike tompanj until I.iik r,,r of of Opera Iloi.se that tint tioii uiasoniv Tor Miss l.utie the manager festival'.' And about how many voting linili.' a. ihe LiMi.iru, Ink f the numactor will the visitint- her old tdioobnale, be h rns Knoli owing to the illness ol .Mr- -. It. A. Hun.- - iniiii Mniilil liwt.tli Id tlmii wiiriiuiii.. .lllfiwisj 10 i,.,' suih .if thi' old material as is suiu llailey. mm inch inwr to bleand ide. the indispensable orKitist! uop. tenal ns will reiiiiicd Plans furnishpeilUatunis can M u. John IS. CKruvri;u will leave for wilnul and is klil'iiiibii.- iii f (in li mi it . '. if 'In 'P. ii ii VA)nt. ;,..,),,.,., seen nt the First Natiunnl HanX Manfurd. 'I lie ship would fall into in i.s .1 where he and Clay Cusiipany rorsi' the n'lu tu rees.t any or all if tenln- - ritt, another purl'oi.uer, ,the cantata of msenant The principal point of diU'eience in bids and wi rtiire perfnrniiuu- withofMviirity of the into the Pnwell will his contiiut Hoy" could not be tor for the the organic union of the Northern and rnnirii, must specif) in their proisaU tlio price Fair u'lound-- , which he "David the Shepherd Didders r'iiH iciiilc.vd acio.ihmr to am. on. .cement. Southern P.vsbyteritu. Churches is the per tird for ne tune and price per )ard for old li.ts lented. taking it down stuii". iiisliidiiiKiu tin all wort. A large number of seats had CI Ir'KtN row KK. President. A. Ki.kix. .1. Alex Uutyaml sT. llcstiou of setting out the colored peo-thro' liecn sold and we never aw a better jile in a separate organization. Kii'hiinl IJiyton, oftlnrninl, prospect for a god house. .Mr. Sandifer to the fraternal spirit that had been en niute to Iaiisville, to oiler tells us that it is likely that they will engendered by the visit, of the Southern fnnher induceunMits to procure the favor iiis one night nest week. ill sell inl.'ee. dei'd Vstt,iliir .fl'ei Assembly, and the negro Ufstion, Hev Nillthein. Piixton, in the Northern Assembly, Cook, niiiiu!i,r of the Kentucky Ni.vm.v all the older lesidents ot ibis 'L C. 4U1, 1888, Monday, Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture "Silence at this time is golden, .. said: CentntlCo.il Company, at l.ivinston, section remember and can give l mpty nurl i!a, negro may iod curse old laughable nuiiiiiiseensu of Dab- - Thm stands the was in Stanford Satimlay. lie is an andJUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods friend of the writer, who was lad to sis' nev, who 10 years ago was the best the lay when he came from Africa's 39 Shares of Stock in the Farmcan be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conhim, after an interval of neatly l.'i years. man in'thir. State. He and our "J' strand." Whereupon the assembly ers National Bank Tin: follow iiiL'Vouni: ladies form the 51r..l.T. llanis learned the saddler's interrupted hi... with a storm of hisses, vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. An.' ' moderator, in his vain etlorts to graduating clas ot Caldwell tt'Hi'JJ'': !tr.idu together .it Monticello, where he the ivmarkable up.oar, broke 25 Shares in the First National .Mis-.Mattie C. Hosley, of Stanford; l!f- - ws niiisftl. Afterwards he kept a Uvel. lie Hrn, of Hoyle eountyj S. Nellie l.yle, t Jim.;1ter and was known as the wit- Bank. In his address last week at Phila--I- " u ill e sub! In front of the The of Danville; Jane K. I.usk, of Ijinca-te- r. tiest and most enteUaining man in all of in and 2. i.l,,. coi.iitrv Advocate. He had ii.anv u.s ami U'llim President Cleveland sj,id: "I between the h.ir . (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) t JOHN M. MAIL, HimiikCoI. W.O. ISra.llcy, Jmige ' downs in life, but never lost his wonder - ,"'" "ere to greet the delegates ot two ' Ivciiipir Peyton Kmbret. dee'd. KAVOlll li: I.lNi: Ill.TWl I.X THE NOKTH AND .SOUTH. js A loom litiK kimlly consmtiMi lo fill tlow of good humor no matter how general Assemblies of the Presbyterian invasion of tin. low begot llnaucially. His old ac.uain-- ' ehuvch. One is called 'North' and the this M A if 1R' LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' A HWIf 'P? ')t--4 livorution of ill? finivt-- of lVih'nil tauccshe.e will learn with sorrow of bis' ther 'South.' The subject is too deep . nt thin pliiiv, iifxt death, which occurred last week at ami IntiicaU- fur nu-- hut I cannot help f Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. ii.c,.nd..rM1!n.Hi.,din.n.str.,ior,ofthe..state .Mountain Kflio. Jacksbo.o, Tenn., where he was post-- , wondering why this should be. These words, so far as they denote separation Jordan Perkins, ibs.il., will at Ins late residence in Y. lli:i!iii:itrlfft yt'stonlay muster. Dit. Kiivnk THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. tiurrartl cuiinty, Kj , and estrangement, should be obsolete. tor llolilon, Mo., vvht'iv a tint' . .:...! :....!....t ..- mmin, ,....,..,,.,. ...! inwu 111. . i Ul..ssi;i,iT II K TJ5XAS SMC) It'V l4lS iO. in ll, ON ,KL1)AY,.1UNK .it,llni.ir ..f.i,,, itm'lf for his profession. pii'st-ntr.,,,, i ,...' uir i linitown thiseourt was that of A. V. lit- has made a I't'ie wi tiir imiiiii , iiiiis'iivi eH,se tn pull it .a ' tu the highest bidder tin per- in in.ri Kosm for the killini; of Itohert Pieri-mean reproaeh ami antacoiiisin. Kvi'ii sonal property nf the decedent, consisting of iiiiiiiImt of friontlK, who rt'rot that CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 6, 1888. .,., . iMim-.,I. ....... M IIt. It . W , .or. .llliy, w)() f() ,, for W X()r,h add mares, not pfiinaiR'Htly looatu with iw. our mares with mule co is. ...... n.vh .. ai - unt, wMvn S()llth ear Old filly I em.et. tmrse, yenrlins horse colt, iiiCivr) noAVJsr. UK AID UI. S. MiiiPHY, ofManlonl, lias Iht.ream tie art. ios,0roil lo frater- lor Ult. 'SitTiin-:.!Old mules yearling Vermont Sullinn.i It was the heeond trial wasanp.itted. "TKAINS north' TUAINs SOUTir mule, 1 work mules, tine Jack cow and calf, J im, wi,tv t,iJh .fnUt,rltv iniilht for tlio pant tun tiiiys, ntv in our 11ke "' stag, heifer, milk cows, j dry cows, of the ease, tl.el former jury Man.lmjs i to "No. 6. ,,;. our No, 4. No. 8. No 7. So. 3. No. 3. ,,,' m)(, h , oxen, 7 calies, 88 head nheep and lambs g hutfs, STATIONS. simrtiiiij with tho lliiny tribf. Ho thinks No. 2. Daily. .Mr W urrun I.,,,,'.,,,.,. ,, lo' bushel wheat 50 barrel hh;, hvm,u ,M. 7 sows and pitf Daily. (Jihson anil llonmu AfnrtumiiiK Imn Ikm.. Daily. Daily. Whl,n Daily K. Sun. Daily. Daily. llarvtty Sloan, .lohn mower, iiuunilsineat and l.ird, w.11111 enrn. f sitys im never saw sue. . uiiiiniiiiiiyuiuniii; united with all the added strength and household ."i rake and fiirmini inipleincnt Nt'vvoll tin- 1osh IlKiiiTiiinn of the lantl. 817am 403pm Sco p mi 7 J5 a in l.'ve Cincinnati A'rv 640am 6 41 pm 10.13 a m Aoopni kitclu-furniture includiiii: lot of silvern art' the deinofiiits on the iiiestion of hcat-- j usffulnetss that harmony and union p swam, iijuni iiu.imsiown....i. xc J131 in 47 p ni. 9 951am 5 01 p ml 10 33 p in At the same lime and place newll' rent fur the Sam Hlfks has houisht thi- r'iwery Moro .tieorKetuwn.. 4 to u ni n a m. 3oSpm Hu .saw remainder nfthe year 188S the following urass losaa in j i uni'il 37 umio i(a m Im- iuu Finley for t'nngrt's's, ., Lexington. 3 48 a m 4 13 p in, 7 ou a ml 1 40 pm ton m 7 ot of M. N. Dunn for.l,otX).-Sonu'- iwt land; Danville, J 38 a 111', from Wnvne. Ciisov und 11 so nm S lot'in 11 Minn liii'ii 110pm in lioim' j li a m, 3 10 m1 33oain icoinn 35 a m Junction City 13 pm 9 10 pm 1230a in' porter. Wr, the ladies of the llfiiiMiliukl of 90 Acres of the Salter Land, 180 ami they were as one maul 1 03 a tn 19 30 p in somcre( 05 a m 50 p 'ti 03 a m 3 00 p witHn't rt'inU'it'il, hut tin' Adair theie Tin: iimtata 13 a b 30 pin ll.ikilalc 9 33 pm ' 0M Fellows made at our 313am 313pm 1733am of re.leemini; the' Acres Home Place, 75 Horse 8 jo am Ar' v.. Chattanooga. ..I.'ic 710pm 900.1m jiotiplo oiiiiuj ovt-- in the determination 1000 p m' 400:101 following &00 put' lve...ChatltiiooRa .Ar'v 6 sv, p in ....... l'"" Saturday niht .HI.70 and many The 830am Mill Place and 26 Acres .Miwro. .... Ar's Attalla anil took mippfr with tholatlies: 213pm. iiopm tliiuilw tlo we return to Mr. M. 0. llirmiiiuham 1). iu.pivssion seems to he that the most 1135pm 330am' 45 l in 11 10 p m l.'vc Meadow at Lawson U. A. MuriiHiili', I. I'. Sandifor, Hoo. Ijio jim I) 48 a ni iicalooa 910am 1,0am.... man is O. II. Wa.ldle, Ks.., of nmn and Mr. Henry l!am:hman for their School-HousI.'vc 4 30 a m 10 30 p nt .. II 5 pm 4 10.1 mrVr'v ...Meridian ltohfit Kinniiinl, S. 0. Donny IJunli'tt, kiniUu-ssBrown, Avanlla Maria . 630am 9 30a niAr'v ..New Orleans.,.. I.'ve 903pm 30!pin, West So.ueiwt, and it is more than likely hu 'I he sale and reutinc will be made on' TKKMS: Meridian Ar'v 5 10a 111,1ve lOoopin ami Mit (leorgio Moore, Hoheit Smith, Committee. a credit of si months, for ull turn oierjio .. 9 w u ni I.'vc ... Ar'v 613pm Jackson Wood Walker will he ehoseu to hear the demoeratio purchaser in execute lnds with (food M'cur,,)', ' and MIhh Nellii' Mil"-"00 pm,.-- .. 'li loa mil.'e....V'icksburjf, day hanuer. Hu is popular in all the counbcarins 6 per cent interest ...., Monroe ,... The (looseboim foretells the weather of sale until p'ud, neuotiali per annum from citiKinnaird, Dan Lyons l.'ie 1003 am' 4opm Ar'v....Shreeport MihH Katiu und payable at and .' 8 13 pm ' (aiani. so, hut whoean toll when you will need ties ami in his own is eusNat onalliank ol l.antasier ivy raiesmio and .liinmio Curry. ...i.ouil Iw, for nisli. Salt, udl bei:in nt o o'tlk. N. H. Train No. 9 leaves Oikdale at 5 35, M, and arrives in Chattanotca at 9 on, t , No, 10 leavn to represent a tSanter'H ehieken cholera euro',' Keep a while he is fully lltted t ..-S-III.Bni. I.S. in national legislation, stock on hand, for there's no telline, Ail Verson. ho dini: c'alm usain-- t the .siater.f , Ultitiunooga ai j 00. . ... a.u arr.ie.a. waKua.e a. o ,j. Hiu:iisiiii:i:i.v has sent us that rain Kentucky district .Mann lioiiUoir linnet Sleeping s,ar on an tram. lordan tierkinsdee'd wi present them proper y at lien. Wolford is an avowed candidate, when you will need it. If it fails tocure proven to the iinderli;iii'd or to II. C. Kaullmjn JOHN C.f.At'l.T, tSeneral Manager, II. COI.I.I1UAN, ls, 'n, ,v I'j.s At. liiwue, hiiroiueter and theunoinoter ancasier, K. CAKICOI.I., Iieneral buperintenilent the hut he has lost much of his prestige and your money vyill be refunded by McKob-ert- s reiiunilei. Ky. e 1100 inuenteu 10 .uu esiaie nrc 10 reninn' Mitn 11. last and we promise tnetl H. ,V I.. K I'UKKINS, Admr (jcnrral ()lti es, St. I'aul Uuildlnf, West fourth Street, Ulnciiin ai. Ohio, I). is oil' on several democratic issues. ivi Stajj. t wratherhetterin the future. MeAli-ter'-. I (1 Hundley have at x ""' , ,,,.,1 J,. plylll(lth Acres of Finest Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring: Wagons, the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over Land. - 1 11 n, &ZU - di-t- s, ai-- I j 1 In- - haiid-oin- 111 si-t- i j .1 1 1 GEO. D. WEAKEN, MAFG'H, j first-i.- la ,,, ,,,,. Self-Hind- , :'.-- .., -- 111 m SEW FURNITURE STORE I MAM M'UWiVtAIV, it-- one-hal- Notice to Contractors. I ! - -- -- to-ila- .. -- .. ,.,,.,, .. Im- - bn-iue- j-s I - bor-esatt- he ed ,11 Mii-it-- , I Mir.-- el Hefei-rin- g l.ou-i-vill- e I 1 s -- ; June siin-knm- es ho'liress j .... i ... , l'i-- k I siiiirt-lioiis- c QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. . hoi-ilifr- n. WViliii-suliiy- ' - opi-uint- r -- t - ,. iii--- ,,ll,, .. ,l - lSSi 1 11 ' f ii.. I - ,, . ln-t'i- i 1,. ., I 4 1 1 3- - 1 1 1 1 J - - 111 repre-wi.nt'iii- 7 11 , ., ' 1 1 1 11 111 1 1 11 111 Ijuu-iiMto- r r Port-availah- le ; . 1 . e. . . . . 4 . . - exm-dinh- . ' .. A m - 1 I 1 -- : V Tl . -- It - iw39SBM9Gw i.'y' 'wiJi m1&Zz3iLiijt ifjys tfnmtrnr.rZM, fmimtt ir mtiwwwp MtWtwww'Tfjfff-Viw'itaMyMiww-- i .. ....j...... iri - Nw Semi-Weekly Interior Journal MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. TIIKCOMI.INKD MALI ION, Friday and Saturday. .. I. mm i l...i-v i... . get ' its Jell' Coffey had a line colt to ' v lujh, .1.. i ;liann v :v hea main) and 1111. attKilyj tir v xioLiziieij ' COD IS LOVE AND NOTHINC ELSE. leg broken from the kick of a horse l buth a natural and plea.ajil mid f.iiic). jddl'i, and uhen.uiclt dr.en in hirne-WM ni.ive thceiinof 1US.1t my talile ner t -- Garrett Menner and. Miss Maltha W LRPYALXsr.ijj He l lnh till t)le mi hiv nc likr tinner She h) (,'it), tn im mint on the Shell.) City Mk ill, M third e rnul. and Knoli l.irlt Ilibbard eloped to Tennessee Thursday. fit i.i.h (f.r ihr lile tn theon holdeenriiitlun, I. bailed liv th 'itibj nuking him er) acine itinf oiiunoreu Hay tili..ti. I5hiudii.ini t ilKliliij'i.iMllmak,.,', no imiiriiiire.or Jio tointurc nrl .prlglitly In Rait. In Mrm and rin.h n perfe Judge Fish, w ho suffered a stroke of A' HtVlUniiwr K.i.taf l..n.l.l, p enty ot l!ame"T,?.."f,'. II. ,t. .ir.d t,, .s,,,iter ll.nnn.k he '.y paralysis sometime since, is improving.' i)., tnnij 10 t.mlilartl lUMmarl. lie l) 1. nine A Irouiwel' t e iiit.1 notion. Ii.n lil t.nl hii iii.ine, Dvi'inxr-- , lie' llinniirl, hit '.ii the r . a t eur hand Inch, vear iiil thin 'print Wo greatly enjoyed your It. M.'s LETTKK FKO.M ItKOItUKO. HAUNKS AT S25 TO INSUHE A LIVING COLT. lli ur.i dani t.. wired h s n ti roniinni Ii'iiM' lit- ha tin viperhir, if an ,iiw , linn. Medct'fortl glad to know ho had such a and was s.r t an it r. lie i s ' ' iiMier " ") Krti.tiill hti.tiic iv.fn hril pritet ill tuiloim " Im Viriui p'irteu witli l.at )iir wn atom') urn.' it inarv mr in the state In li.nne under tadd e mid In Mlxrt. ihi.miwlihnd. tJ i. uiSi iii Miwlilired of triiim h) he t ni nrt riMin, 4 in in c t liaiv Hlnsun mine, mode' miKt. audiii.w nt.t liarnett hor.e. a uKndGallatin, Tk.vjc., May IN, 1SSS. pleasant trip. i t Lnflier li.u ile hore. n the) urt' larxo Mr lcl.r.iie Ma .11 .up. j,l ii.un j Wlnpp m Ivor.e, tfiuilnnrd unJ jyoat-oThree swarms of bees ami a boy, I Iiiive lot Fntlior ' Dear Intkimoik iuii mid wjs it - tht U't ..ilt i'.t fiulisl mi lu be iete he hat not a peer Kenliitk). Mobert Lincoln, arrived at .las Jones' placo All tin' fiiir. mi) uni' lin. Time stuul a little uiiiri'h on mound cit tud in r" Hani et Detiui.ir i Ii) King Dfnnin'V,S,he uhy Surd in hi. lirtiJin.' uut ilui In. n.li wiinll lie Star llenmtr .he b, J.mW J h. TOM ROlilNSON, Sunday. All doing well. uniall, the ciilt that lniti cniiio prut t' in tin II tic llcuiuark, the 4.111I e race nurte lit b) Imp ton days botwoon letter."; but really, life llliit'innllt l l) A i'.hhIit' ll.'llim'iit , nu llcdi;efiiid ' The Signal has suspended a large has boon no smoothly jlidin sime wo of Ah tandcr'n Ahdallali mid 1WI !) Mniiilniii.i he hy Contrail. Import, j s., f ,: First dam hi rhoti-tete . ,, M ,,t Am and attractive sign on wire acioss the Cliii'l, wliu n tin s.ro of NiitiM 1 titk, ed td dam 'iy Jini llr..u, heb) tii tt.sir?3tii I)niiiiai4 the rie came to this delightful retreat, that the fr Kiniitark. ne Mimrc and andhebvslr t 19; Vitkini; jjVi; ltn.1, .Int.. nhle third dim b) luk filed, hi.dam I" .ric .J la n '.i M.into.uery . 'i of its otlico. .1. l ..n...t.M ini1 . in l. id mure hour have slippi'il by uucoinitoil; ami, street in front .1.. u, ,111 n. j nmin riri ii) .nil In a line .. U.Illll I.) .. llin.i. ,. y Imported ( memllioniujhbivri . out of er. lift dam . '. iiicnnu liv Kentn. In fr, Miss Susie Burton, who has boon so atxHii . . . ... . s ..... 1.. .1 w itii". ;tb mddamlie by ' h.....; in . n ..itur'.... ... .....i. n..u oven now, instead of Martini: otr in this it nun, metis-le.I.JMI. low for sometime from mi attack uf Kilipi id diim by l.oui; Uland lllact. Hum I.. Snedal mil ill .vne.li f. delayed epistle with a plethora of Mr - dam b) old l.etiiul lit) nor handled llluemoiii two inoiillit Hamlet Heuuiai jd died Saturday morning. lie material, the jostling items lal xuMin. hOfcitiin xliatw Mr tun tmt a kh1 dam In Kiutrt A Walker' Wasnir track in in He trotted l.ru her' tiuck It Uneedlett tna) thai lor hartir tnd voldlc. The Chicago Uailroad Age says It is ptrtipuliiiK for first mention, I llnd my. inniit-in iiii'iv one iiiarirr it) 'e aiJ niHe madr in ami lor pitlnn, beauty, tuperior, andittiaee probable the C. it N. will bo uxtunded Iij is.oiid liniislh) Mr ti he triniinlt. breeder, Hamlet h no self staring dreamily out of thi? window; Ihi. fine Urlt iby llianlj he hy Imp I' r iood nice ut I.trvint..ii n.did 'i ii he . in m. theteiiialitU . in hi. o(Tuliu. from Scottvillo to Stanford this year. li ut d.mi b Ko'jiii..)n', Imp nx iio.nj sucking the end of a vulcanized rubber .in n .rii m tilt nppreiiaiion 01 mm lattir. iiimh, tddam hy Imp .SHiiipiuil, be llertrand Jam y hXl.l rMAX ,V r'AUKIS audnii in liiiemeut lor futite ,ittaiice Wm. !l.ii ton, Brodiiend, has been it d b) lllat II auk, d dam '.) rippiiniioe and wondering what shall l.ulltatler K) J; in premlunit for the b 'ii m l h) Hamthree hi.i.a handtome la.A. . et?art old. ttl. b.. granted a pension. This makes four for . air Thitnowder never varies. A mirvel ol purity ci 10 in- tnonnin HJ at the I'jinlllc '" And to writo about. But here goes: nign, strength and urhnletamenets Cood pa.iure will be rurm.hen at St o per i.t .? k "n m" "'"': Will teitc a ' M .re ecinoniK.il l!ockcatlo within the last two weeks. Gallatin is a charming, than Ihr ordinary kind, and cannot 'ie 'Id In mouth M) perMtumand plt' nltetnioii ttl he ' J' A sou af John Childers, while plow- competitor with the miiltiti de of lnw teti slu rt town of :,000 population, with surroundweight alum r photplut podert S ld onl) ir Rovu. HtHi.Ni. rutttiKU C " that it is ing last week, unearthed an old Spanish can. ings so like the 106 Wult Street, Xe otl Dr. Davis bought it for difficult to believe wo are not in Ken- coin dated WALLACE AT $12 50, TOM AT $8.00, , iiiseid-)!'.Tin tine tt.illiim will make the eaon of iSVS at tucky, within a mile of Lexington or JACO at f.i f.rja.l i.dt ,iJ 115 for Jem ei ! ! in) farm, j mill's Irmn Maiiford, on the Stanford By the change in the time of day Danville. and Dan illc pike, tin to Maud S la K)t Sec an J Seiond Mock commuted to ni) care lad breeding w tvooi Our friend .S. K. lackey's beautiful passenger trains going into effect reieiieni) perianal attention (Ira.. finnT.h-- ' TO INSURE A COLT. AT $20 our people will be enabled to go. to Stan To at riMiab e rate., t p ltd for before tern t farm ruusnlmo.-- t up to the town limits, r.HittOti lr.lt b) Hni.a (4m i li.t by The Voters County: runrk No tetponwbt uy for .irrldent. ... e Menibuno lhnf, by MeailtriHu l'a)niatiar. 4an Description ami I'l'dlrree Vermont Hainhlr and his house is about ( of a mile from ford and back the same day. iied i nd hU tfipe. I'rujt with tio-- k foifeit. the in. ma a black horso, foaled in fiil, to luilnlt lilt- dam nf ('.ttlialti t w. ilia t.ti Ionian now The Tax r i$i3 The papers announce the letting of amrcadyts 1UoL ,iroth l.ixe..' fKweryhoJ .md will IUI2II, tuo nunc tcit Kenini, xfred 01 Willli.ii. diiiiiliieft ate the dam ef il in the t vt hti J SIKKI.i: CAKIT.MIK that centro of measurement the court recivo KrnctHilr U half brother hric. rcordoft Wilch.bx ItmKk'a HmiiMctonUn. im'.Um Katie pleat t'rae forward and pay earl contracts for grading the L. & X. road house. Wo are on the Xathvillo pike, eninont. .d datit IILilL Nivata. 1 S4 at a tear oW and told 10 lloixri lUinint a r P XhV..XI, s iiriinti, tit our. C i Pinevillo to Powell's Vallov, via in ti ae lor ihmiol nv Mclin 1 otKtnire, ny imp vorktlilrc; hi and face the I.. cX. railroad, whoso freKirttdambt ltlnt. hi old IiltM. l.ltlle liinilt, Ii) Warner, lit Sir Clinic, In Mr .... . . . Big Stone rii'U ir wreo Arch) ; 4th dam Kmily Speed, b) Imp I.etiaOian, nmtjun.i quent trains are in full view, from the Cumberland Gup, thence to LOUIS SOHLEOEL, Nutwood ttli I'ackotit ot'.i tlrrendriter; .. ... dam by aiurtianu ; ... dam'btn. im .nt ,...,. see i 10c Mand S 1 ul,. Chief .. front door, 250 yards away. I have seen Gap. Work is to be pushed. Tt' ..:... , . .... v vv T j .......... "in nam '' ni .... tt 1II1IIIU tt llllilKl'I i"iiitni, .tn ' ..n..' trie'itoll.t. .Memknno tMi: - - IBBIl.lB . "wioru ..rmniiio a ji urunoii J ',, liilial: otlidamht Silkv. ot I'imcl, Sue Unillt, ' IT. lilVts Hint 1 I'jIV. hpcc.l in Irin.c'.Stiid Hook Vol paKf 10,000 trains, but the fascination of the hlef J 't. Henr) , ,,,,.,.,., ,,, ,, ,. lilt-.- . gOIK' llltO till' llll'rtliantll.so IJll.slllO.ss j.) Vcr- Jil J Meinbnn.. jV MembrtaoItatftlui 1 ,j. jS ,, grows stale or tame; and our horVc, tvtth the MeiabrinoSlar sight never in,,nt "amMetonlan iu tine,l.lK , KKIIMO.VD . KV tint t)le and (tiioJ bone, mil a mira: hrcitler ; at the lllOUtlt Ot ."kUirisV ereek. M. J.! , u,s, n'.l.jnj, friends laugh at me for jumping up " hand, buh and r.m.Mtti Jr 1. a t.d bU.k. ircd lit William Well h. the .ire ol I't.mc Impirt! ,,.,-- ' J "'' .e weight .w pound, lie 1. .. hUi. thai re. 010 K . , al. J uS. Jeremiah j j.U. licit I when I hear a whistle, or the loud niin-bl- filler lui.s returned troill AllStlll, lvxtl.s, ,,, , , ' , , P" "u " ' " ' " ? , '!'' P',",,,1 ,a oorbetler WtllUm kUreimdaltS In' Ki" "'" h '"; that he "aloe, .hould wake. htm "" India Ink. Cra)ona.i "J' of an approaching tile of cars. But I .lltOiniunitll bv Ills (lllllrllli,r .tl.llj, WiterCiIwi pri.itie dtk Itainl.ktonUn. i ..... t, tit dam . .. 1....1 I. ...... tl..e.. .. ilni li.l in n I'.mr. nl. .n,n. ....... . .. . . , ...... ,1 . M.i i;,. I. . , ii ... ...... 'W.UT I.. ... .1..... ... iI.vu... . l.t.vv. ....... ... rn.i...'. ,, ..II.. i.., t, .......... . one nf the aralide.t 1I..II..1 t. In Kenltli k .' !l1I Si III UI It'll iY A.. tO InSUre a LlVMff Colt. I. II IIU' Ul. .1. 11, !.. am bound to see them go by, and gener- ...Ill Ullll llllll iU jo mil,, Tru.tee ("inoKottm and ,1... ... ma. ..... ..r m ....i.h.,.. h. trotltr. i rn,.ic,. ; - ,i , cmrn monnrk rt umr 111 lurtk, ally do, unless it is too inconvenient for tendim; .seliool. I). Is. (.nrson, with w.w iti a. iww. l fttaaii niniiu antiiint '. Irttr n tir n.t.im it f itia .wwn II.KIXs MICXWIH.K (liv llill N". C. it St. 1.. mihonil. sit MeMinnville, iMttiifi .it't.a S. O. DAVIS, oven me: k lliiiiihlctouiati, the It v.ili iiiif raiiilct tire tuini;. If )menii.defend till after wetnlp; ttw, ,srr , Jt(Uj, Prim. on the ciHiitiinetl. ht thor jiwinue an.iea. H, Klawlet a jr- , For to nie a locomotive is the typo of Tenn., was eleeteil alderman iif tit ilaiti at IHCI Jmu, , ,. PHYSICIAN AND. SURGEON, ,indt.iir t ill make a tine urn k barked l()adt k' ren.lert moue) doc I'rl ill wnn i.r nnxiit mare ouKhbred, hunt Vt .taad innejuk Hainliletonlau, lit Abdttlah, on nt M.nnhrlno, ir'ataii bound, and unwillingly bringing in yoiiiiiinen'b tieket in the election last IkaM AI.I.KV, dam ht Imp Ileltloundcr, d dam In llhop' i MT VI0UXOX.lv v. llambfi'tonian, id dam lit Imp Mcauvncr. the millennium: the "eater" yielding week. Mr. Carbon from Crab Chrhard. PISACOCK. ,,. and it4fa ,4 Alkt Iraitce rial V.lll irmont, .Ire o) irinont.ni iiowiiinu "moat;" the "strong" "sweetness." De- Many Weber, of Knoxville, is with its. and W ihun, i utU '""Hih .n. t jia.it t.Uh it a4altd ' "f, 't:'"'(3 t6, dfm '' 1.tl,,J,f,,," Ofllcenettdnor U WhiteheaJ't l)ru slor,. ,,l.,,c II l lvt IVMtH ' structive power in leading strings jet Special atientiun jit en to ditea BvR.JYKS IIAJlllVltTOKlAX The Elevator Boy Responsible. of children t K; id (Um hv Itirr.unl, irv uf the dam of Vol- hih, bU.k ilS wm1 p ,nt j ntt ttixral mail. ever and anon asseiting itself in some licOrav, m .dd.ini ht M.itihli., lire of the up rtrn la... Uruad am I. t)V OttlWftU , V.I.L. i (To the Kditoruftlu Interior Jimni.it dam of tllin.it, i ji (illl't Vvrinont It the ire ol dreadful way, that makes the conqueror 1'wtiaiad ahalf miU- fr on II iMWttllU ua lb Trial ( tiifoa a A limner Hot, i jt. IU.uk Maria, Ki', Ladt ) SrvxFoni). K May ..". Can yon or ' 51., und .oca nrn?ie K ad l.mcofaa OS , alio tire ot the ilaina of Huttoatillc and l.iheti) man turn pale and quail; in trembling, any other editor Mirnii?e w hy a paper of IU l'LlXt; MllRVN ! t.amnt'ita t like t 10. i He kink MK, .nIII I. lourll) before the demon he has subdued. Wltlttau Mtcataiatrrtta. .it ' , a i'. jitt, tjS, Outlaw, i I'i'ti, P.nrl to, I. ail) ilatlt tKenexperiente and jiivat cireulation lnw an I'aUhen J rtti. ami ..i- .111. e.tlH i.a Uarft firnt. i, di ,,i Ih. kw It makes my hair rise, in manhood, a editor of hnie mattei-- who is in every ' tuikt rolii'injn .ji iitul mre ol tbv id tiuni uf Vmeri. . s, ,, j, ,, J j an. 0,, . TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. I'hlPriiointi.on j i (it ,.t........ .1 n4 I m. in boyhood, to recall the thrilling "Ode dav'.s r i.ne iiuorreet in Rune one or Hivio recently eompped Kttd)k's ll.iinUeionlHii, be AUJjIlab. tdre M I.IIIDM: AM of .Steam," by our own Covington poet, .,,,..... ,..e.;..,,l,.e ..eiF.1.i... t.'..i.,lit n'.l.ir. a line Mill in Sir Valter 1 17, ut dam I.) Lharina rCaHt inure. lUiin. Mie.i. '.4 d.ed'.iiuj j .' n . ...... pioioiiiii .i........,. "i'r the townofStaifrd thai we defy ant Mill I. link Ili'lll.Miniler, Jild.im Oar Hre, by Ithdli.p bul In. n hi. nal n. .rating , beginning: IleamasaMtent Into, ousati age, etc., 01 tlie starniiK nores.' it tne ciiii.ii in iuiiuyr,i ii ,u r, we mink tne cititn. ol MiimhtitiHiian. ttl dam Silneitall, In Imp. irp ,t pi., attr "Harness mo down ttith your iron band; the lounty thould ha.e tountv pride enough to .cmjer KwJiks llantnlettHtiiin MtM M.I'aM . ...r. 1. Nxh on il ot th . ,nd I10r.se new., is intentled for the ieoile patroiure ana tuti.tm the ime We wiah 10 1... Xeltie j iS.init t? others tvllh rtjcuriU ol Moat Majut I lie sure of j our curb ami rein: B n. Mo.tou. .. MKrKOI'OI II XX. 1,.,. ih ie of the that wo, are in of IW( " I'i'iter, ' '" ' Mi. t'lieiiilly, who read such matters, they Inrmwhomit may lonccm and corn aj.il will the tlthi'rk t.iiImj r.rrfir.l tlani ... orTrinket l iM jt '"' For icorn tlie Mrrtirfih of tour puny hands Som of Hyuiyk't llan'.lei.iu to buy your wheat ol market .. ith ... afcam rlmi htf.ur hit ttikn,m ntt, t ... ... butler .. . r ,,.,i, ,, As the lijlitnitu scorns a chum." htirnilil lio va.rt ..itrri.i'tlv Sttltetl. lor a J OK IT P.. 've tne Inuhett market prue for tame. We' ennont Doveninir ) bv lllll' lllat'L Hatek. SiijaKH., and tlir Kiatdrin.i i, ,a,t ' ' lw Jmh alwavs ,, ., . hate added tome new maihincry to . Down iTiniHit Hy ill UUll UHU , ;,., ..n.i Acred t .at 01 I'n de.d anil sninu: it is "OOUIV llllltflier Ol. people piaee tlieir. department and ran now make meal our urn meal aire of i Klhanof Allen a tx,' Lnhrwm. "Kcpleiush the earth to utt any inir Wilkina Ma.atvls-- 1'npctla.r, ,u.,4 ,Ul, lh . jntlalan the dam. ol irv Sin of I'.iauti KohtHxm, t J . , ire of the dam ol .Mainbrino llrttcv, the alrtr o( the original grant to man made in God's llldlli'V nil nut the iiue'llieilt of a Hint's other Mill aacof the tti jr. ite.t ot al' tlie ure .t ...n ..1 ? ' . e "I"1 a 'f ' llamhUrtoolaiii and toucil trial in astt. . MeiroiMilitali. b) "likeness and image;" and though him- reponer. oiu ineir own, ,oaet, upon inmi'tieiniiy tt All hatuijgriin nur Hour hue liellf Wll.on kj Hawk, bt sbcnn.iu Mortrau. itam Haiablrlouiaii. dam ' t, a. meal departmeut. i. .. lHM'a lilac in uur . ::: tl.N ..... ) hi. ..-. -i. -- .r nanii.i r:...'.t it..'"-"""""""- .in.l ,0 ,,, priori .m fir ole will i)a nun ojr oinnierr asranaana n. at the Mill, where our a t nt trotUm: marr Ilill'a lllaek llawV ta Utv long since; degraded; op- weights, eonditioiis. etc. And not to np- - agent will beplea.e self subdued, lli'iter-anItuiator. t ssJ) fnund at alt timet, who will the ireot llellc of Sarati-Ht ju, l.aoeot a tj,, MelniK'liia 1. a. if """ bett pntet pressed by his captor, the devil: ho can- ply the above entiielv t the thiii.t.iti alwa). I. than Allen j j;S, and S'.runr Antvrira k. .tetUed -'art,! k- tal .m... ..' '..... ... " ... ha.r ..rU i.lr "l m . J lrTUriiHT.,. .1.(1 ..... 1... ., hut in tock fur nan, Ilran anil W. X fOTr.s. ....t... . jj. and it the aire of the dam. of Munch malty nu. jS of the basal, end b)Ht full ihr t ert .B.... tirwt .. ......U..1. .....1............ li.. ..irr.l II.. .......J." pr..' li ....I. .. "' . ...,H. r...... t.......... . irn lion not unmake himself, nor forget that ho as an instance Mr. .. II. ISnuliiiitiiiV f.aaJtvl a.. upt staafrd K.ller Mill Co 251 tf .iHoaua. a f it ....'i. l ' . ,,l11'"; .r Oiai Hint viiiibfc .! the iaui.1 ot Vtl H- idd , if., th Milerran taibnir ali ha. founder the urrat lllaek Hawk .lumllt priceatrvrr paid for a brood aaar at puM.i hiIW.t J, gZ, h , y, ur..:,Ihl .u..s,. llarkau.i And year-oh- l was born to uilo and not to serve. i viveii tw beaten with only , ...Ie in the male and female line im nf that . a i.vi ; ii HiLi.a Jo or I Mil MIlLaM BV MMMh MtiLtB asserting UX) pounds on him. when he carried 111) bitter represent ilU. ever, is this "spirit in "" .,Mklri ;:rr..fk(ltjr tf kic i lirMttlMln! I.1M I. Anmn.k.a. amlileton . mhe on Z7t"nnn?mwy ".ui. ii .. Coluiiii.uii (llark'et a ht old CnluifibtM, lre ol ,"",ri l "i-C... and reasserting itself; feeling out after pounds A .statement of that kind hints, MKl,wbr",rw Conmlvnce j iS, dam a Mestrntrer mate s,iK i4!5SrkrrZ-- . . .... 1 ...-- t. - ' Iha frI "fTI-.--nraala " ! , llL."ftI't4 ' ..a . ,.. ...,... v,.n . ... . HKVn a.aauw nu t)ld Coluinbut i (4 ciHitirtrd paivr, br.Htyht lost supremacy, "if haply it may find it;" to sinv one knowini: no better, the actti- JfrilldjMl .. ! ' ?". ' innii t. anaua. aire 01 1 onnarnre a o. ioiumtu iienmsis iimnk m, r k.k ' nm .u... w iJ thai dHtivttrill ..rotturr "'"" "', o"1!" '"'W he laying a bold hand on what is by grant XatiHtnr 14, lin.antnnd 1 jth. and Youhk Co- ;!n",UHi ind tii.itii.v vitltii.of .1 iiorx., ami in iniiitli. ,u,"bu ' "ul hc ,am him win Xe J?W,,1,WT,,' J.? Sn,t i Z u Iwlirte ti. ' l.Tr", "'' ,,P of the Almighty, its own; and once and er p ace Ca let w quoted as a prini..." !,pd U fand tn.m Mrriu , i;',1.uitC .V. j .h. XnmrU. ,. "" (,h'rf ' Vs. ' " jmt .." h..,,e A,,,,,.,r Vomitf Columbia, la tbo wie of KOWI.AXU. KV ""t Pr..u..B jo ,and th thi ,br whrM.;Vf .b.i.1 ."ii hxIi,"', 'ritv.J.i;S again, succeeding, in part, in subduing Old. Midi thill: certainly could bejirop- a nJ , : .1 ..... thai K"'"! ptrrfoVm,,,, 4BJ he ha. ar.- fnli hrotlMTrllrun ,,, ., fi'oni ....,..- H,.,i.. llr)n .2T1 u, . 1. ..i.i the vassal powers that had slipped .,t..r m hate.ired. to or Ktter orrlormer. ilkl folum rts ilr .1.. .1 ' ,n; . .mi' ' frit .....if ...... .........u 1... n.. .. "" the hors. ami h,. proJ7 " bu.Uthefi.miderof the Columbu tumtlt. trb.cb , h' A ten , m uT.llVd a its grasp of authority, and h...oj wmo the Kan ha, ,h. M.. jr. w..h7l"mV;f'V;r,,,rr. in x.,ion,a,,,Vam tiling for iWi,",oK,,,,w,' jiuf independence for themselves. One the paper thev lead. 'sta,.oKv 1. ...,.1.-.- ), . of . o. ; VhHSitteV.an Z" Voui. ' M ' Harfcaw ,r net.r n, ' nt hi Hi. .ton. '.'A Di.nt ,' turnpike, of those days, it shall be, by boundless all, and "?,l. aJtantagc. in .t,1lle "" iwm trade Not A l.oi:il. r""d a 'etwua in hl lit until )u o..gKbt grace, a spirit oi t or ntiso.v, and then " ATS12.50 to insure a living colt. !r.rsteK7.i.q'd"?A"..,hf.-""- tnrre trt - "Tti .o nmm iibtii m the old rule will come back under the rmir years ajro the deniocraticconveii THE FLORENCE .,, .1. . .. If mat mar, .. re b, Thlj tonne .ultlontt, make the .ea.n ut thf "vSl "i n' e headship of the 'Von of .Man" the "I'd tion of IVnn.sylvaniii intnute,d its ...mepfare and, .IH.,-rw "?ft " & than Sn til iyyHt..i. m.11... Adam;" and the "times of restitution, , to the National Convention to cast r .. ban w... V la.en l. pr. . fan ani.iu AT $15 TO INSURE, tertedmhn. wbt4lit marc, an.1 vet iu foa r.p'iii.iiiilii) .it ll I.II) I.v ur spoken of by all the holy piophets since their vote for Samuel J. Itiuulall as the. I'ur steral rjr ht- ran wild in jn.l ... WK.llAM. M..r..aHd, Kr And Hlllk'o in trainilP' tinhate btuzhl .all ih ri.,r,,r nl t" time I wanning tn .. "if".'' the world began," will dawn upon us. deni'K'i-.tti- c nominee for President of tlie! Wathtng Machine the riffht to preparod tofurmth rind tin inirkticatini; the pedigree Imt. hv uunrlll wrkelher would Ko under .K.taj on top ot t! and am now i one that with to ' the jiiettt all who may tearing uie their clothe, from the of the bet bird touni; hor.e. niith of the Itlter Come quickly! .lento, Master, and do this I'nitod Mate-- . " C. Mm., rubbing v, blood uf (.t'orije Addret incident to the old pro.e. of lie ilkra, Aioerii an UtNsi:i.l..tir tlemoeiiitic convention at IIanisbur' trathiiu. Take one andtr) it and be continced. C'luthat the for us. and Measenvr to ha. k him lor a aprcti pro J II. HXC.I.KMAX. about bu. I'll not worry "" IVibtlllc. Kt Wo have had a blessed meeting in didn't mention the name of Samuel .1. It- tatitfied .ii youit. merit. In): unteta you are fill- ilucer KKCOKI), i $ to redlurie Kennr W'llke s ttas sired br l.tl. I'h underused hate punhated the Florence Wllki' fSjo. sire ol t line Wilkes 1 pij i.til.'im liallatin. The cold, raw spring has been Haudall. but instructed its delepition to Wathmi; I'h machine and after a thorough trial, we Ikit .tallloo it'., hand, high, rKiicd isf. elka bt id lllattatha, lull sister to Maud Wilr..: Hrxher J fit ear upon us hero, as in other places; and the cast Uf united V"te for the renoininatiou take pleasure in adding our testimony to it. orth, Ham. a 16, a.t dam lin.i bt M.mibrino Mes.enger I'riwep', .i, sire il seirntetu j" perl rmer. u) ti. 1) t it pronounce it a Mine., in sire of the dam of Mceiigcr Chief, who sired Mrst djm llnmilc, bt llamlil, io, the sire l Cleveland, and uracil the and without hesitation all that claimed for weather has been quite unfavorable at of President ' every particular, doitw Maud Miw.cugcr 1 KjCs ; diim bv Dounin's Hat I'aullind 1 jo; id dam land ra, the dam .if Oiis it Wm Daugherty. J W. Wallace, Dr. lUurne, Messtnifer, th dam bt from Pennsyb b) lliuiblitouian, i. tin- sue ul Dcsivr. ouiig Jetferson, pacer; moor a times. But when the people had "half deinoeratie Coiiirics-ine- n Mr. S V Salter. A. C. Sine, Dill I'crkint. Lewis 5th dam bt Hunt's Commodore a 17W ; jd dam ht Imp C nsiernation , tli iIjmi ' CKCIZ.IAX PARK. Dudderar, J. K. i.)nn, I.. 1. llan.m, C a chance," the hall has been tilled with vania to j;ive to the Mills Hill their ear- .Mra I.tteWlkcs i'o ton uf (ieorue Wllkaa: i.l Washington (.rai : (tn .lam M rjt bt mil Diuano), Amanda Teak, (ieorge l'e)ton, lex dam l.ou Coons, bt Amcmiin Clav, ,d d No mede nest and undivided .support. "Thiii" airattentivo and appreciative audiem-eC. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Iiame., R. kornios bt Mambrino I id 10 I'miietis, j,4, the sire of 'I rlnket id daiii Mrs Caudle, .... . Louis- K. Harrow, A ,M, Fclaud and mn) others dam iifhilcton ,1 A d lllaitatha ht Illau'atha, son uthers with reennlsuf Jo or bettor; b i. .Kidlirsl SI S! It M P In fact have had it pretty much our own is changed ."iiiee Hetsv died.'' I Vll ISSS. of Imp Albion, dam Dinner's Maid bt Mambrino Mmiihrinu uittj, son of Mambrino l hcl and 'J ' M.K. KI.KIN. JilJI W.s.1 Head luaiicrt at S. S M)rr'st.re. Which ville Time?. way the Lord's way, rather. Messenger Dottuing's Hat Messenger bt lias Woodbine, dam of Wedgew'tl a first dim . era, lit Imp Mt'stcnrr to alnlnu.UM.ii, dam ol ,ManIU. Downing'. IImv sitter we attribute, under God, in large pan to sscnger is the sireof t Martin Jit. Iirii trial ioSJ, bt Abdallah it aire of tidtUmlth Maid Kditor W. I J. Nichols, of the DanGUMBETTS HILKES. rj homa., 114; in .tarn nuti. not, nam 01 uarane.. 1 ij jnu being well introduced. I am not saying iiV-b) Torn Tecmer; jd dam NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. f.eonjt'H ttliii tired s( ott Thomas I il, llerinos.1, trial .1r.1l I. jili K.J it,', that it is not best for spiritual manhood ville Tribune, vi... one of the unfoitu- h) t unnon's Whip; tli dam bt Itobiia (in.) ..ui')cir .IJ rei orj ; l'antlind a o. by Hamlet 160, the sire nf A in the Hiijii1 coach IIItJS.( UOll'lNsON .and muscle, to light the good tight unaid- nates who was up.-Volunteer js, sire ..I St Julien j n'f, tiloster 17 .tKVKMVUU. )ii(t. uts tj(r. aKW.N undersigned, stint ir.1. Kt. RiHik tod for aatsi and others Volunteer it 1.) HambleliM.uni iu. But the Lord at Somerset some weeks a'o. Mr. Niel.- - The Duddcrar.W Craig i.j.1111, c M June-- , ed and unlntroduecd. Tucker mid John I. l.tuii ., k) l ..( I...,'., ulutin tlliee UlCll- - James.,..ciaU'd 1'irsi dam Lady I'airbK. dam of sentinel 4 fmc together to l.iome', ltliam.h knows how to "temper the wind to the Ols h.ld p.l(cll "Uiig l'utnot corponite.l a A "KTm'iP'O ? M'HCI l. KOI'ICI.. lamb;" and He will not let I lis ies loil-- taken from hi- - SCIllp, and now 'ate name of the Stanford anJ unilur thecorp.,' shorn (Jitonhaam liiruIn .. Hiring theseriii.es id this Ingllly '.red )oun t "Troupe" always bo baited ami worried. wants i.,... . damages. t It strikes us this pike Koad Company. conducted, i the liuililm.to the public I fuel .tsauriirihat lhoa hat MAMHIIUXO STARTLK, The luaine to lie ... i. ...... :....i...t ii t nig In. tla.a mares tvill appr.cuttr hua, nut uNlj iihiii-.-- . .1 Mc.d.imiid nwintaminif and ionduUin- -. Once in a while he lets them drop an siiiituii;! uiiii-- iijiuiv mi tun-.ithoai breeding 1. .. t'l.tler himself, but as a h turnpike road from the Stanford and Hall, imp Ilitnod CHICKEN the Und ank him among the t.riiiiost Turnpike I10.nl in Oui'iilulni chor in quiet waters, iiiste.nl of tossing of hair ami red hair at that. ((II to Mujoiitu aij public is ttii informed, nt a )earold he The plait' of buaineaa shall ij sum unquiet tempests, and Gallatin will bur.' Democrat rluaoly roalfslrd races, ptotlng with .tinted in .etrr.il ford, Lincoln count), K) t"rU Ik Rabt M ,, t .nuii.iti'l) in eatli iae thai he it a gime, reli.i-- ' ..u?llh'r,'?hVd, ".?! itter. Tlie I'orporutiou City rootsd on always be remembered as one of the Cholera Cure ! Mr.a At l.atnula he soot'. 'oil ht'iiilt'd ran bora An army nf cut wnrins tackled a doj: of May, iSM, and .liall loinincnccthe the 15th dat Uriulriitc on Mill il.n nt latk ILtlilen, Otsle II and uthrs, win-. ed jgaintt ,. I.. .1 "harbor of refuge." . out in the country lust week and de- May, 1931 .. ... ...... -. - - -- , . Jr&Vf'V' R,rU.M'H. Mm ef Majolica , .. , ... .. The niithnrircd capital stock ! to ol 1 ijk w J!lin Ol At Mavst ilk, Our good friend, who linked us hero, molished hi.- - tail befoie the poor brute thousand dollars, which .lull he paid at he fillet nt ....... u ,. ... ,.(.K uih tun ui .mpi'tit'ir, it Hit wu apparent!) a ueaii neat. , ,.. ....... ,V. , .... '.".' ?.HandChrly Kriel such amount, did not send us to a boarding house, but could make Ins escape. The don may and in ol Dimtor. and upon suvli term, as the Vl u - tr.'ittd in the reuurkablt fast tune f , :l WJZTA '" T 'V'0 Hoard .hall prc.iritie : ...,....- - L'. Ilronn Pilot. J" ""). anr.n 1. '...; V " by ..:.-.".serine 1. limited t opened his own doors wide, and welcom- probably et tilling very well without his I'licaff.urn of the lorpurution are in he managed .ir of h. .1. afiiol. .in iliri marr. i'. "son of Her s...i 11.... 1 . i' :.r. '"' by a lioird of finone of by Cadet .hall In ed us in the name of Nthe LUMP. The tail, but the like would have been ex- selected as president h the board; tvlnnn uch di train. tl.oro.urbbr,.! and Mt'n liOU..K,t, rector, shall be ckcicil on the lirtt Saturda) iiitt.ro .. nure In foal Limited to dear Glotcrs of Tupelo when we rir.-- t ceedingly hard on a bull in ily time itappriet mare. June of each jcar and shall .erte one tear next knew them threw opnn their dooi al- lireckiuridiie Nuun S 11. li) t liiet, is.j eutuiiig their ele. tiun S ml fmird ha'l 1U0 flu t clerk and treasurer at so, and so wife and I became guo.-t-s O. und s ri Maul Mes.engir 1 in';, Atn-'I he liiKhe-- t amount of iiu!cludiie to .111. Il ndt ti.r). 'jj l.)tt'Jii, ireof The ir.isoinvtie at llochehijja, C.ina- - thiaiorporatioii may at any timr girl- - went to the ui, the Lackeys and the 'IK II ill 'I li .r.idaie 1 a ',' , id dam bt Magie li ' Jj s.ui .t shall nut eieeJ thousand dollar. old ri'iord ri. Hostel. More loving, hearty hospitality la. exploded killing '.'0 employes. Ma n .rimi Aleuic), k.ui.'i iianiormu tntui, 11; tu The imate pr.ipcriy of the M. kli .Iia.'l Norman Hay hor.e foaled April 10, i33i he exempt tr.nn the nrjinr.Ue wo never met than in both places. All C M Joiic-- , (.1 ut, 1) V. Olcntittt 1. a hi) stalliu.i, 1.( hands high, ftKileJ batl J ti .frenf l'irlti. . ..c ., MflaJ b Being More Pleasant Iiuiiitilui in c dor and h.iiid.ome in furmand dam of Kminence't.jear oltf T I'uiker John (. Ijini of which being "written in heaven," I Xti(2S"tu'' he sluovs u true, well balanced gait and has Stant .rd. April j, 105 S .?r r.iord 'Vas pie,d, luting shown iilMttera iu ,17(4 secsay no more about it on earth. To To tho taste, moro acceptable to tho need aril, b) stratnmrrc, .ire of Santa Cla.iti jd dim Abbess ,d.unof hteinway stornach, and moro truly beneficial in its onds when jtunrs old He had no truck work last 17' , s?T crown our pleasure, ('apt. Glower, whose Jyr"rWF?r71rjV .. tear His disposill nt is pcifa)i't anil his blood futnouj California liquid fruit Imua l.)ttin,ihcsir of hisdam, ttua by it) air 1 UH i Jd dim by .fartha Nat . son m, . headquarters are now at Kansas City, action, tho of Thorndiile jS,ns..n of tint famous mare, Dolly, '"( It's ,?"'''- SKVBN I'V. of Fig?, is rapidly (.lain of Dircitnr . I7,uud Omtard iij .) 1st dam came in, on leave, at the beginning of remedy, Syrup season, with the usual return. blood lit lliegre.it all others. Try it. Ono bottlo llroivn Chief (5 brother Thousands of dollars worth of Clark Chief the meeting, and only left yesterday hu kens die every year finm Choi-l.lcutiew ivltlstnnd at .'lithe insurance, monet hole- - will provo its merits. morning. Sod bless this genial, UGIXTlIISAItT, or the mare parte.l due For sale by A. II. Penny, Stanford. his more fatal to chickens than with when the f ictis im .souled gentleman! A truer man never llay l.urae, 11 hand, l,iwh. tired 'II )'her diseases combined. Hut the I. utoodtver six foot in his stockings. Our , ,rans t"?'';""?"1' sire uf i... K' Syrup of Figs ol a teineuy tu.it Jv.firffy . ut er Judge Saulley also put in a dearMrs. '1 s it has been made, and tf be conIs Naturo's own truo laxutivo. It is tho welcome appearance ami remained till vinced of its efficacy only reiuires a Will make thu present seison ulu Wm M Rue's Training Mibleut U unsure lit tug toll ur $10 day before yesterday. She, too, was the most easily taken, and tho most elfectivo " rial .v bottle is one ugh for the season, c isli ut time uf rt ice Primep, Mre'o'r'frliikit known to Cleanso tho System b AleiderrXn' of her niece, .Mrs. (Host or, and so remedy guest da lab ..riof ... Id.nnth Maid Ile Is years old, lohand. high, beautiful one hundred chickens. is guarIt Bilious or Costive; to dispel Head ha), ttithtiue mane anil tall, u petfett miul-- Ko.f dam of Darkness f.jy. und.,; ,d dam llllk Nuiive was a delightful reunion all round. when it l...... , anteed If, after using mei of el und u perfect saddle harse aches, Colds, and Fevors; to Curo Habit' J & Sired h) Hubble' Denmark, known us On Time. whii, ' A J C C II It Our enjoyment of the company of these bottle, the buyer is not thoioughly ij.5li. ""y WK.NTV nKl VK First dam Mottle. Mounts, In Cubhe's Lexington; DOLLARS to III. ure a mare in font. ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. and other old friends, whom we met, ul tl.im by Voiing Amurici, lie by Talor'a .Men. tpt " I'his eleg.iiit Jere) Hull will stand at ui) St ible satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken " 'lt by tho California Fig scnger; .pi itam uy .Miners iicninurK, which gituj pljlw to tini', bus been simply Till- - Manufactured only from time this season, at $3,OASH, at lime of sertke, Cholera, return it to the undeisigued him u double cross nf the best saddle stock In the Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. jiiense." world; th dam by John lllttnt one of the but race with prltileje of return if cow it not with t,alf. . and your monev will be refunded. ' horses in the world: cth dam by Wmy. For Kilo by A. H. Penny, Stanford. iu ini r II. II URNS ID K " W.m: It UK, Danville, Ky. For Sale by Mc Roberts & Stas. ij Six marriage licenses wore issued on r THOMAS D. 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