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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888060501 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. noil IS LOVE IS I.0YK AM) NOTHING KLSK Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE, 5. 1888. i NO. 33 ?, '& LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. others know thev are "smitten, lii and ernorship of Illinois as the pi lee of conC. A. BENEDICT & CO., i.KI'i I IITJl'MfMiVTS', thiith." How' I'or this leiisuir cealment of his crc-il- . SUKOEON DEMIST, Contract has been awarded to Fatis Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, I Stanford, Kbntickv. No hune infill would put Dr. TulnmneV hae read most of his books. They it to. to liuild u grand stand at the fair Offi'-south lde Main, two door above Depot St. STWIOKII, M famous "Six Sermons" and Col. The grounds, which will s mi' trenchant, but good tempered. 10 l.OUIJ. I'UAtriK 'I'll be a verv creditable "lnterlew.s on Tnhniip'" together man who has the winning side can af- I ! pIW drilled to nrti r ami I'umps fiirnt li,'il at ,' . . , , t into the liand of his brainy boy. reford to keep his temper. I think I can , ATrlbutotoDr Cottrell, Mkowlau to ligious publication widely in theSo imi 30 inn m "in Mr,nui in- - factor) prill's laud discern, all through, this consciousness cuit Uriivory. yob InKornoU'a coint ."c'i jury, besides several law would dare to circulate them together. that he has a point he can easily prove; will deliter to rejul.r customer in Stanford and and fact cases, were tried in one daw LI. ticit.it) eser) morning Whj? If the victory isonthe rhristians' nnd can look down witli a soit of pity Who can beat that record ! At One side, would they not he only toonuxious upon brae men, Hinging tliem.selves Analytical Chemist, Our kid base ball nine went to Account mu.t lie paid at the cloe of each month against an impregnable basto do it" Would they not haste to an- hopelessly phned a similar nine at LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. or when luslumer quits Oil T, K., KltSKUN,SlMI'stl K K. HARROW nounce in glaring capitals -- "THFTIl tion. He knows his Atreugth and his 35 . I.,.. ..1 . e......l ... fii .,, mcgiimcci.Mi-u--MaU, .,,,.,, nflMl wtler an weakness, peifeetlx. They TMIWII'HAXP Keud both side- - and mineral ai.alM Auiljitiilu-.rkoin knul Send ItarhoilI'Ville -- . I.OIldoil .",1. 1i.ii Imi.iiiuk. Ourdeurold friend, see how luir champion pulveri.es know it all too, and they tue cowed for aureular I.I .ludge It. Boyd, it- - . I.. Brown, .!. if . 1'ottiell, is the Methodist pastor hen'. Ir s while yet, like good men ami true, they See how how our David hi honest We wcic ovi'i Joyed to .lonesiiiiil lol. lark lelt Sunday to atthe proud (ioliathof skepticism in still light on. Speaking ut a venture, I tend liaii-1me, before urriuil till at Williamsburg. .Mr. and 25 Acres three-fon- t ths of all Mrs. couit I'aris, of the dust'."' Would they not multiply heai til agree with MT. VERNON, KY. V. K. Biinkley, Ark., .MKs- honor to hiin- -u t;ordlitl iinitution to Two miles South of Stanford on Neil's Creek. has p Mined. I trust no one will editions' One for the pirlor table; an- colonel W, CllAIG es Chelsiaand (Hie Culton, and M. .1. Addret me ul C.rlUlf, K oceupy his pulpit. Hut nil things this. l'..r other for the a third for luisuuderstiiuil I pteferred, for others' snkes, the I! jtel i lill maintainTim ol J and Bain, of Barbourville, W. II. Carrier, red circulation bro.i least" ask any camlid of all he has written hits been against m n b rrss HKRBRRT, D D fKASk Ninthly liioiiiiiiK it 1(1 we Charles Baker, Dick Hurbin, .1. T. and ing it fine reputation. Cliaruet reaonahle. Speperson, who knows that this uciitcM of the unholy deeds that men charge upon cial attention tu the traveling public. "broke hread" with the biethien of the " 1""rhOHr ''" """l,W Sc .M. I. NKWCO.MII, I'rop., (iod. And I thoroughlv agree with him ' (.'hristliiu ehurth. They leave no p.istor, modem "infidel" tensoners is making All. Vernon, Ky. 3j 11. v'lk' Sat"nl"' l" " r. romeitshy the huiidteds and thous- that no i,.d worthy of' man's homage witl1 hut gather, notwithst:indinr. "on the "1U of tl.nt.lat-eDENTISTS, ands; would not a triumphant answer to could dosuch abou'iuiable things. Onlv ,,.7atr.th , llr- -t dny of the week for the breaking of r w. METCM.r J s .., ' i i.iii(i.ii, vvhi.l-i0llice on Lantancr t..oDDohis books be welcomed; and, bound side ).,. fl.li.L-tn.- "f 11... Itil.l.. t...iel..m tl.nl (;,! ""-...... w.r ""I All work guaranteed to give en Mte bund," us, undoubted!, nil uhoeall by side, with them, be on this line, is visiting friends METOAL.F & HAYS, scattered fai and did them, very properly rejects both Bi- er operator tire siimamoii ehiistliuis ouht to do. themselves in this county. ji a ij i atu o npn fnvATt wide the "antidote" beside the poison? ble and (Jod. So would I, if I believed rt ISO u rr.KKis thin, wenevei loseitiiiippottunity hktin Circuit Court adjourned here Satur- a i no. a i urn & ntftL tainit huio. r. llaou HE4D, K.,M A, i33;. Hut is it so'.' The anw er is a sad one for that way. But know ing well that (iod iifhlessinjj. IIAKIIOl'KVII.I K ind I'INKVII.I.K, KY ofjoiuiii! them in thlsfeiist day luoining. Only one murder trial of our cause. A hush, a.s of never did a single thing charged so baseAlbright A: Martin be la inform their man uotne, with ureal joy, Unit the (httivliof the Will practice in any court in Kutcrn Kentucky importance was tried, that gnie, is on the subject. The best ly, to His account, ami fully believing Glass for killing his hrothc of Hiram Kxaminationi of land lilies made a specialty Any friend, and customers of the chance in firm narit r.iml.ind is now doini: this, with ureut The ire tract of timber, coil nnd mineral lands for we can do is to keep our Iiovm in iirno- - that the Bible, nui. in rr.ui'iicrKn, does sale. Information turniihcd on any point and cor-MARTIN & PERKINS, iiiiliormih, mid the oidinnnce will, us ranee that a tontioversy has been wag-- j not teach that (iod did the loathsome Jury failed to agree. .lake Iees, colored, reipondence solicited. .liMt' coininu dniws nearer, take its ed. Those who llnd it out iind curious- - acts attributed to Hun, I reject neither wassent"iuvd to the penitentiary for 18 The new firm hopes not only to sustain the reputation of the old, but intend, to make many iii.'htful place in church worship, all the Iv for throwing a the manufacture of tobacco which read both sides. Ilnli foi tin- tlircad- - (i il nor Bible, but iociullv accent both months and lined EDWARD H. FOX, will be to the intercut of our customer. We will wond oxer, tiod siieed the psl tunc b ire defense of chiistiauitv. and are hor-- , and worship with g'rateful heart the rwk at " frt,iht tr'li" m"1 h,t,,l,K Kllin BWkOMWMMM desote special attention to our Natural I.eal ,W AmA I, II .. .. I....ir.l llr '.itlr..ll liri'lll-l- 111 rill.., I .. It... ll...l I '.A I .,,,... ,i,iil Vi.lliin.r eer Hot tic brands of Kentucky's belt leaf. Thanking you Haynes for shooting u lie- - AKT1BT Ci rilUTUUitAi-UJaK. . l!llu.iJ Mn,. U'L, !. I l ...ll. " h 'lorpist i.ivors ana a.klng lor a continuation 01 gntnd discourse ..11 -- Spirit. Soul and""" ;,"v r""""' '"" ' " gro woman at Pittsburg plead guilty and Respectful! y yours j our trade, vse remain UANVtM.K, KV ' MARTIN & I" KKKI NS. Bod."thatthiille,l us all. He asked,' much 7 dt'inolished. !. An Another man was is went for two vcars. .. less If,- - ...Au..l n l,.u nU,..i ... I.. ..1.1... b'cius tiiis buriiin,' uiu'stion The "inlldel" me to preach, but I came to hear him, must be answered, before one sent for one year lor shooting II SWISS the poololhce and is better than ever prepared lu In his pul- publishing house prints by the HU.(XK) one that wun line pictures irom accommouaie ine punilt and declined. Sat witl: him the full account of the conllict. both e.m g. a step further; heciim the fail- - mail in tllC Heel. Vi.Kinir tlie WlllSk photograph to life sue. S itisfactioo xuaranteed. pit and lead in prayer. It was a great sides fairly. They men tried was J. W, (toff ill l'" cases, liae nothing to lose, ure to answer it honestly has paralyzed which will require pleasure to do this. him to labor about in everything to gain by Uiis. They are the Church and tilled it with avkiimik two years on our streets to settle. Mart LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. The singing of his choir is cxitiiite the ones who say "Bead for yoursehes; cmttsTi s.s, who are neither a comfort to melody and soul, the latter so often this is all lioir, Ten Stringer, Tom Stringer, Jo-- THE GENTS' FURNISHER, that Dr. Tahuige, l'mf. I'Wier, themselves nor others; because the charwanting inchoir music The dot tor is sialt Southards and wife, all of Pittsburg, THE LARGEST AND FINEST iiiuge inacKiiiiii leid can sav acter of (iod is a more important matter 513 4th St., Louisville. a grand mini; Just ft) years in advance of for the cause that Col. Ingersoll asails. than even the soul's salvation; therefore were fined in several cases each, with1 HOTEL IN THE OITY. his generation; brainy; logical; a raicgift Judge for yourselves, who has the right ' de.ire my rem lining ministry, be it the working statute applied. The grand The fashions of the dy in the (,011. Furnish. of utterance; and without exception, the long or short, may be devoted to clear- - jury returned I!00 indictments, hut it is ing line will always be found in my store. I am man in Hide." inos-- instructive and delightful " "" RATES S2'50 T0 PER DAY ACCORD- never so feeble a manner, this feared thev overdid their business. in'th" woHd.5""'" My lie" conversation I have ever met. lie will this.' reader, as before (iod, answer me o''cured "ginpel of the oitvci: of (iod." If this awful fact be a fact and not inc to rooms: A little daughter of Ben Shiplett, a Ik' bishop. Such men never g t An'1 ni.y the ( I and Father of our fiction - and I challenge truthful contra fainter near Charlottesville, Va., was Mich places in "this age;" but if he Isn't MltP Ji'sm Cl.rist "in ike me true and eaten by a bear. IIA1HS IK HOTEL. TURKISH RUSSIA in the "age tocome," lblun- - diction is there not something wrong kt'l'I u steadfast" in this purpose, till f ....... .....I ..ll.llL II.. 11' in the ground these good men have The large factory of tl.e Wallingford, Minn-.- . 111 iiiiiuiiii in 01 in ii .iw t icr 1.. 1...I ' glory. , ... , have purchased the Mes.rs. 1. .!, chosen for defense? Is (iod's cause so " "w ' Conn., Wheel Company was struck by George I). W'earen and lumber yards ofwill open TivRTV. Ezed CUld Stile Stable. I l1l Ulf III tlll'l'i rill II .i...i UUiMif tiiin r't M llruce and (iKO. O. BvlIS'ET. Kver in Jesus, ,K'"1 w,',,k t,wt an- inevita-i,eeu a bayard at the one purchased of Mr Wearen v,,aV lightning (luting a thunder storm and at their feet! How I honor .me who is i.cmucs luiuoer in roun ami uretteo, win cirry A weak defenseof our holy l,,.v nuiU-iltotally destroyed by lire. I,os $;0,000. a large line of win Jus' sashes doirsand shingles, man nil over. He is .ptlte iitirlimiKVtl HUSTONVILLE. t. 1... f..n.. i.. it.vi religion is worse, far, than bled silence. The boiler in the plate mill of the laths, posts and the picket fenceS formerly sold by IS IIOCKKK ' ' the cause of truth more hope- "No mm- to attempt to de.scr.be the Kureka Iron and Steel Works exploded Mr. Wearen. hug (.recti in 1882. Onlv u innii.taehe, weather-hav- en t anguage adenuHte. than the attacks of its uor,t IIO(.tF.H, '.KC SINK, M IT clos.dv.trini.ued, the re',t of the face at Wyandotte, Mich., killing three pertook .. -r- h.; limt sMua, of potato-bug- s - ' ' "f "'J' wirt-- ' '"" "; "" dean.'Hhaven. grav hair, cut short, STANFORD sons nnd seriously injuring several oth In... . ',!tt "' hitl ol the bone dust fertiluer and to Col. In-'s of intense '"'-ers. and everv capillarv ... thsgnst. tired "kNsave in the maamjj uuvlk IX.IX S. Jaw and mouth linn m. The Kentucky 1'nioii Lind Compa- . u. sinpjeu ins gooos on ny has made a tloed of trust to thf IjOU- - i W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. .ilmit tuemiind Nomm.ii ueiiiai oi nis piemisen. Al.xnufa:uirer i (ilbn.ltar, and full ofchantctei. to Flat Lick, in Bell county, isville Safety Vault and Trust Company, Flooring. Weatherboardlm. Colling, Itoinau, of course, else he all is lost. Ieny them ami a fair fight is1 Friday LONDON, KY, approximate Then, witl. loving heart and where, I understand, he has arranged to had, for long. Is'cn suuelched by his nntuninij Iiumber, Mouldingrn, SaBh, covering tne issue ot Hood turnout and saddle horses alwas's for hire I. i ...........1. ...I: ...ce w.e ..can, f. a1 ruggeu jmss- - .... ..... ...; iiintmnlsli hi luluitl.iuj Ktc. HftBIl.JJOOra ana Blinds alwava on- - easonuble terms London is tne most lonven bonds to the amount of $SOO,000. bnthren who diller with him. (iodgaxc l"-"wic nt point on the railroad to reach pi ices in the here .sN complaint that vandal In stock. Bowling :.es.f scripture, with which he puUei- 10 A linen draper and silk merchant's he mountain section of the State h.m for his faithfulness uw hu. four o,.,iiei.H, ami perrsering. hands are desecrating our cemetery. Or- - establishment burned in London Wed.,rcen,theconvcsio,,:of iboth his tine ' 1871. 1888. for an explanat.on of them, in inm'ents uu.l mementoes uset for the nesday and six women lost their lives in Uns. One of then, since gone to heax- Mill, ana o. t ne gr.nes o. ,n Usn.ldread his thoughts as he haimony with tl.e pr.nc.ple that "God is .lecon.t.on said to be destroyed or car- - the Haines, while many others were inLONDON, .KENTUCKY, and Nothin KNe," and there will ir.en.ls are jured by leaping from the window. The w.,.,1 his eyes, when Marie began to 1've A short tune since a gentle- CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. ,n..... i.. .. .U.1....1 i..r.. Ik no need to shrink from public ga.e. r.edaway. loss was .000,0lX. N' fear that our children will become man of California sent a lot of rare and A young man naiiu'd Spicerwsisshot where his dead lav buried. I wish his shells to be placed on thegrave ' table talk" tsiuld Is' taken down. It Is "inlldels" fiom leading the awful litem beautiful and killed at Ralston, Tcnn., by two men Thor.mjlil) Ken'is ited t.ul Refurnished. ir t t 1) i and Reason i ii I'n.-'of his sister, which were abstracted. The named Covington anil Amu. Spicer class a..a nihi I... ..1,.,. ,.f k...... litre uiai noons mi. mini, rcrna ,.t..l Trains arc met b I'oli.e l'jrter-'jtl. Popular ,'l,"u'1 Mmj HO"M r'nicefully act u..s j.erhaps merely thoughtIe,s, but lire.' It .seven "." came from Kentucky to look for his wife, Honxe. . uu r lightning; epigram on " d become n gospel yet reprehensible. r.wry tiu.evu'1lltl'l, and had threatened to kill Covington better than his preaching, -,,.t .i... and A i mi, who he believed had been ,,fi,.r.-ii. I........-,,- .. of hi I""""""'P7vJjiifiE!afttffit'-ii?13, .... m,m i .,...,.-..- , lWHnWrciiritrpSfMW W en. iiuess.S'.iiii 01 iattis. i can resiil - i.v exciieu oer me apjiniaciuiig nation- - criminally intimate witli her. NEW BUTCHER SHOP.'; A marvelous wit and wisdom, we say: t.E AV )X, KY. OKU' I, Proprietor, ily credit such a traiisfoin.ation, because ul spasm the presidential conllict. The Andrew Gtuudstiiti", who confessed "What a pity it could not all Ik' written I I. J hutrlicr shop at Kim luiu'ineiy iciistm to believe him an tpicstion of the greatest interest just now to the minder of four persons, was taken thoI ivc niioiipd Iiii nnd am piepurrd to 'and in Doors, sash, lllinds, Frames Caous, Itase Mold Stor." could wish hiiniithoiis-anfurnish fir others." We Uind ot m,m. nhr and irg Mantlo, llrackets, Cornices, Stairs, Newels, writ-is tliut of the country fair; and apparent-ten- , from the jail at Viroqua, Wis., by a mob tt. pub ic uh listeneis, in secret, when he pours honest man. Kvery book he has A ters in their m win llalustcri, Verandas, store t routs, Mielvini, tlithat I hae read, inipres.e.i me as ly the greatest dilliculty in this is the nnd hung. He fought desperately to rtiiiniiii; m Counter, Vlooriug, hiding, M.ingle:., I.iths, meat to m .ii"i v. out tl.e I'mM that is in liiin, just for tne in stiu, find Kough and Dressed Lumber. init ' ....... Mmauu ,ur u.e hikmii ii. scaicny oi grus MScud for prices before buyin;rl'here. 'Vli' the last against the great odds and when 'LLKIV editlcation of this little Troupe. Ami "viir h nii tu presume this can be the noo.su was linally gotten around his And if he were only as true in build- - grounds. But iiln,.i,.ii....,i,liiNM-iiiiimirithere We have too many line neck he was covered witl. blood fiom ing up as in demolishing, he would be overcome. Stanford gemale Qollcgc. that has seemed to waken his ierl,as n.e i.eiieiacior o. me imu ceniury............- noises am. ioo many euergeue aim one end to the other. a refreshed life; so tlit he ,,.,i. ..:.... ..I ...r J.u v.l lll. UIU ...ru.w .i... ,:... .:.. i,..... ,f a.... ru'vn i',, l...f.,il..,l .. IIIIPIIIIII ..ill..il 111.1. in.. incpf f.... unji-p- I.I....S i... i. ..i.;. .......i ti... ..i.i n. fi.iiii Jits. Hawson, wife of the Chicago e oil ouiuone iiiiiiscii iii H I'rof. I'axtou lnwiu; re, it: iod. the to atoms. Thauk (.Sod, christianitv re- - bv the want of a piece of turf on which banker, who was shot by her son as lie Stanford Kcmalt of renewed intercourse. Hulcc-tilredays Coilit doire tu employ I'm.. mains untouched; hut under a fc.uful to exhibit. was coming out of church, because, he cip.il for the Institution Addressat Stanford, miles oil", on in Scottsville, Tesichers are requested to notice the alleged, she had been mistreated, shot J M. ltnill. 1 last night. I mil afniid, like cloud, b le.isoii of f defentleis. UrO I) KUK, ( Com'tce Col. Ingersoll reminds me ol "Jehu work of the last legislature on the school and probably fatally wounded her hus J w..iroux. who iindeitake to tl.e lest of them, "' "lie dtiveth furi-- law. Several have already applied for band's lawyer, Col. Whitney, in thuj "the gieat Agnostic" lie is not on tl.e son of Nimslii." nothing The law llxe the llrst court-rooin hi tip- - 'examination. ously." He stops at evi- because he introduced thoroughly defensible ground. As long out the old or- - 1'riday in July for the llrst examination deuce to show that FC (DIC Mill IL5 Jlii was of loose vh- - Ml us he, or any other man, shall assail the pointed work of rooting e of white applicants nml the secontl tue. she was immediately taken to jail. Ionel, after admitting tiiat (iod eithct del of thiug. He cleans up as he g.ies. ti BXAWtf-UKUslays eery doubtful peion.ige. lie day of the same mouth for coloied iY does ill person or permits to be done by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. honest ".lonadab the son of, cants, ''lie first l'.idav will conllict this others, these dieadful things that in men Ihcl.ests.iUclnthc world tor cut, hruisis, E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. witl. the Statu Teachers' Associa-bid- s aienccounted hideous eriines, it will be Hcehub" in the chariot beside him. lie year chap- ' salt U.e venal servants fling the painted Hon, but this csui piobably be changed. soro, ulcvr,chlll.I rheum, fescr.sorcs. Utter, erup- H inJ, to retreat in confusion, after an ingloriand all skin liiu. iorm ped '1 his old and fiom do to the chairman of the neaiest II itel still mimtains cures piles, or m. pay retions, and ous defeat. Tho Angel Gabriel couldn't Jezebel headlong to the pavement an abstract of the quired It is giiiranticd to Kile perfect satisfac- its high reputation, and its 1'roprletor is determm. upper window. Anil to crown all, tiict aiitl ask to see of God after taking defend the character others hi inir 70 heads of the late net on all these ouestioi.s. Kach tion or money refunded Price 1$ ccnu per hot. ed that it shall be cou to no ii.untry Hotel in wuh a position. "Hither make the tice ln the State in its Tare. ;ipoiiitniiiis, or Alien I) A R Penny, Sfuiford, Ky. roval in baskets before him. Oueldistiictwill.be furnished witli a copy. I'nr Mile lion to his litie-- t lli.-is. good ami tl.e fruit good, or im- mi' ...I- .,: loncicJ to and be in many. of Ihe law will be found to admire fronnlcpot free of h I'e Spent ... i ommoda Is Consumption Incurable ? runt and the fruit corrupt." A good (Jod ninnot but 11.. .....I the temlie energy . Ii'K ii.ttiirn t."(.,ii irp r uor.s and expi r.enced tions to Comtner ul Ir elers stnng.'iit tll'lll I1I1V nil 1.....-Itorn down ...illiliijti the followlnif Mr (.' II Miirrls, New uorkmin in ike .. limior. il Arli t Kooms the cannot do what He would condemn mu the man. s ark, Ark , .iy. "W.i do a ii with Abscis. of f.iiiniiist in tin- - put of the Stile Hair cutting, so much that was base and wrong; he previous legislation on the subject, for doing. What is wrong in meis woiso sli.niiU nnd shatupo ui(j done in the I. test and had no mercy on the shams that ing new and more onerous burdens on the I.iuijj, and friends and pliy.lclans pronouncmo.tlmpio idstsli. Ms npcil.il .mention will in Him; because He is the Derail takbeis eu to u'dis . ..diluldrcu bondage.' Oh! this Superintendent, Tnistees, teachers and ed mi rtue an Incurable coiisiimptise.Consumption, I) Klng'k Niw Dlscosen for arguing have held others in ing I.. Hiar rnul, by the Holy (iliost, JfSsh j IHOMl'sON. stantord, K) the sou of Niinshi," despite all all concerned than ever before. "Jejiu urn now on in) third bottle and able tootcreec tl.e tills question of eternal right and wrong: ork on my f inn It is the finest iiiidicine eer his pitiful after failure, is one ot the which teachest anoth"Thou then-finThe Kirksville Fair will be held Ju- made" Jesse Mlddlewart. Decatur, Ohio, ay: stately forms of history. The LOUD, er, teacheot thou not thyself? Thou n for Br. Kind's New DUcoscry ly '20 and 21. "Had it not even in sorrowfully si'iiti'iieing him, gave for Consumption t ssould l.use died of I.unK that preachest a man should not steal, The Original Wins. Being More Pleasant him no stinted credit for what he really 'a go en up by doctors. Am now Troubles C. V. Simmons. St. Louis, I'ron'r tlost thou steal."' And so tin for several did To tho tasto, moro accoptablo to tho in the bist ol health " Sample buttles free at that was right. What was his M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, Est'J t'te.l Neither can verses. (Itom. iSo, In the U. S. Court ukkeats J. A K I'ennj's drti( tore He did not build up the right, stomach, and moro truly beneficial in it H.Zellin.rrop'rA.Q.Simmons r (,od "tlo evil that good may come." 'f llcgulator, Est'd by Zellln 1S68. that he displayed in action, tho' famous California liquid fruit witli the samo-iM. A. S. L. M. has for 47 Electric Bitters. Head Ivom. Ii:S in disproof. )a cured Indigestion, Hiliousnssi. tearing down the wrong. Alas! for "Jehu romody, Syrup of Figs, Is rapidly super This remedy is beioriln so well known and Alus! for Christianity when its defend-et- s UYsrcrstA,SiCK Headaciii.Losv do the son of Nimshi!" His sun went down seding all others. Try it. One bottlo popular as to need no special mention. All who ALL THE LATEST SPRING STYLE HATS ArraTtT. Sour Stomach, Etc, huiltl on such shifting sand us Ho lost the better will provo its merits. used Klectric llitter slti)f the same tong of iter. 1 it, iieamt, 1'aitor M. K. have Church, Adams, Tsnn., writes!"! Talmage, I'isher, Hlaek untl KiehJ. Think in clouds fortius. VT praise. A purer medicine djes not exist and it Is half of a magnificent record just there. For sale bv A. It. l'enny, Stanford. ik 1 snouiu nase oeen ueaa out of it, dear leader. Angels might weep guaruntceil lo do ull that is claimed Klectric lor your Genuine M. A. SimOne weeps over thu man, whose un mons Liver Medicine. I have Hitters will cure all dlc.iesof the Lis er and KidR. B. EO(JHEGAFSf uiuhlovils laugh over this fact that I an. Syrup of Figs sometimes hd to substitute him ami daunted courage stirs the blood; neys, rlll remove Pimples, IIolls, Salt Uliruin and "Zeilin's stuff" for vour .Medi miout to mention. The heart aches "m cine, but It don't answer the SlC(.K.ss()H I'D Vlll powers uwiikuua admiration that Is Naturo's own truo laxative. It is the other affictlons caused by impure blood fCOUKM to think tlnrt no onetime controvert the whose purpose." present intrepid valor always arouses, I mn not most easily takon, and the most effective drive Malaria from the stutem andKor cure as M'MIOHAEL, 2pni tiiixfinr, Aiemp)ils,Tcnn. says: accuracy of it. THE HATTER, of " j. w.... mmw. nw remedy known to Cloanso tho System well.iscuru all Malarial Kcvrin I can bold colonels judge. Hut this received rtlrkairn nf vnur I. ivr Head iche, Constipation and Indigestion try ElecHero are four of our best men. They the Oil 4TH AVENUE, giudging tho word of pniise.j when Bilious or Costive; todispol Ilcad-- I tric Hitter. Entire sattsfictlon Medicine, and have used half of Jt. '2 or attack, wnViiiiii, one. Ami lot the pulpit say, without It works like charm. I want nos am bound to admire his iinllinchingi aches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habit- - money refunded. I'rice 500 and $1 per bottle at LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. better Liver Iteeulator and certhe professor, tho christlanjurist; orator; rues, cic, A II. l'enm's drugstore tainly no more 01 Zellla's isuUure. In his way he hits stiilcrcil ual Constipation, inaigesiion, thu editor, Ily before tl.e "infidel" like braverv. by tho California Fjg kids. Why still you cough when Shi ah's Cure vsill don't say they ac- much, because he would not llincli from Manufacturcd only A discount of .0 frightened iet.t wi Ik' Kisi'ii mi ul avowing what he thought was right. I Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. jjise immediate relief ? I'rice 10c, joe and St. 00. orders sent tor Hot. with a copy uf the uIkivh mlOn tho contrary, defeat. knowledge McKol.ertsS.Sta;j. For stile by A. H. Penny, Stanford. vertiwment, nwiitioiiin papr. Jj cannot forget that he spurned the govthev' cum they tuo victorious. Hut Injrer-soil'e ' . i mh-'h- ii ICE, XCE, ICE A.EVAlS,A.13.,A.IM.j I Cent Per Pound 1 ui.ui.im.-.-.uiii.i.is- , f hisup-ponen- t. pun-(rate- FOB. SATjB. C . llKif NEWCOMB vell-kno- HOTEL. House and j Laud S eou-su- Minday-schoo- lj three-fourth- s I V emitt-hoiis- e. , "T, ! r 1"". 'I' . Fenny -courl-houte . Herbert, - 11 " -- m ' 1 blood-boug- rtti-la- 1 181-t- f - i-'- l 1MWW A W - 1 I r ..": 1 ""! 1 THE GALT HOUSE, . WOOD WALLACE, 1 ' i t ncr I !'.'" . 11 -- imh-hishn- p IOMBEB, YARD! I I A-- ! 1 - u - ' l.u 11 - i3-i- r fi.-s- . . C eNpn-ssiv- K""' u '",r 1 K.int-blan- ' i k pt amwn - uttt rnirvaxrv I 1 I ....- - - ..... rei-im- c 111 "'" JACKSON HOUSE. Lebanon Planing ' I 1 iM-ve.- .. 1 i Iiiii1I-'hii- - ., ,..,.. f J07-t- f. ' i J . I d 1 11 I . I cniitin-in- - i I ! !, I titir 1 - - 1 en-"I"- '" y d 1 Tru-tccs- .1 'O 1 " l'ti-H- !. life , appli-moun- ts ' - dis-h- er well-kno- - 1 - -- e I 1 Hi-a- lay-ha- law-give- r. ' s e bt-- THAT FIGHT Llv-e- fail-itie- '.' -':- -!, m mn & . ' 1 p--T I j I - i.-iy- r f- - .? t.f V tl fV ' v Uiff. , W ' , I u lambs at D. J. F. rt 11. IS. (ioversold in Clark last week ll'i cattle at :ij cents. John T. Helm has bought this seaWALTON. son 2.",000 pounds of wool at cents. V. Anion sold to M. F. F.lkin a bunch of heifers at !tj cents. , At a sale of 4") Jerseys at Nashville the animals ran in price from if.S7.o0 to S:!0. The following list of gojils, siitible for this time of year, ami buy JUDGE W. PRYOR, speech Friday, lie and Tho tioorgia peach nop is now in marketable condition. The fi nit is large tme,(io man took n novel way to beautiful democrats, to be sure. .1. them ofnieaiul get the best: Suits have been Hied against and luscious. Aktkh a high old time of two days, avenge himself on a fresh young man, Tate and his Ixindsmeii on each bond,1 Win. Kay, of ( iarrard, sold to Thos. during which everybody got drunk on j who had been too ardent in his wlinira- CANNED GOODS. enthusiasm, the. prohibition convention tion of his wife. Meeting him on the beginning with the bond of ISS'J. The Curtis, of Madison, a lot of yearling MISCELLANEOUS. concluded its labors Thursday night, by stroyt in a crowd, he. caught him by the "K'u'ivgate amount sued for is aM7,000, mules at $00.Kogistor. .1. F. ((oversold to J. K. Hughes :. nominating Gen. Clinton H. Fish, of ear and before the vouth knew what he less certain credits California Poaches, Cal. Dried Peaches, aged mules for $400 anil Clark Cash sold ' New Jersey, for president, and John A. was about he dexteriously whisked it " CHURCH AFFAIRS. Pears, Dried Peachc3, for to same party a pair of Nrooks, of Missouri, for oil' with a penknife. The masher will not " -- Sam Jones will lecture iu Richmond S70. Apricots, Turkish Prnnes, and adopting a platform which is as long be so prcttv as he was, leastwise he will Cotta won the Merchants' as tho moral law. The. latter acknowl-- ; look a little odd, but he will have better Grated Pineapple, Cooking Figs, It is probable that the new Presby- Kclipse Stake at St. l.ouis, worth $l,lo0. edges Almighty God as the source of all sense than to go fooling afterother men's Sliced Pineapple, Mince Meat, miles, time 1': 10, Paragon second. He terian church will bo ready for dedicaIowcr in government and declares that wives in the future. carried 110 pounds, S more than Paragoi . tion by the 4th Sunday. Lima Beans, the manufacture, imiwrtation, exporta Mackorol in Buckets, George 1. Wcaren sold to James Kev. Fred Hale held a meeting Coi.. Ckaiidock prints the incredible tion, transportation and sale of alcoholic Pie Peaches, Cod Fish, " beverage shall be made public crimes, statement that but for a promise made at Midway, which resulted iu -- addi- - Sambrook, of Livingston, one of his tine Corn, from bet- tions to the Baptist church. $.Vij one to II. I.aHue Jersey heifers for Hominy, and punishable as such; that this be Miss Mario Barnes to abstain Kov. A. S. Mollett went to Midway for $50 and one to J. A. Carpenter for Tomatoes, done through amendments to the Na ting on horso races, he cUuld have taken Bulk Pickles, on u $5 investment at I.itonia yesterday to see after the building of the tional and Stito Constitutions, enforced in Oysters, Bottle Pickles, Cncle Vyatt Hughes, of Danville, bv laws sumwrted bv administrative an- - Friday. The statement bears the por-- iwirsonago that the church will erect for who was hen' yesterday, says that iu Salmon, of im own improbability him. Catsup, thority; that any form of license in the. suasive odor Hcv. John Bell Gibson will begin a Sardines, liquor tralHe is against the public good and suggests that somebody ought to try series of three sermons next Sunday on I SOS frost fell every month iu the year, Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. .... .1 a, imumiiii.(i llni lit .., save one, July, and on the 17th of May v. moum; jiuuu.-,- 10 anaa.tne two poiitiwupartiesareuenounc-- i. eucu irom S. ..1.1, Chipped Boef, Church Life. Subject next Sunday' of that year a big snow fell. ed for favoring the license iniquity; for -- well let us call it prevaricate. Corned Beef, morning will be Hand Shaking. S. H. B.iughman's Martin Kukm-: : : the immediate abolition of the internal Meeting won a The County Deviled Ham. A oiiKAT barbecue in honor of the nice at Iitouia surprising evenrevenue system, wherebv our national . will will be held at Ilustonville Saturday bo- - bod v. .The odds against him were . to government is deriving support from our opening . ,,, ., . , ,, , fore the :M Sunday, beginning at 1) , ,;it ,, ,Hat fttVort,., Winning greatest vice; that the revenue bo raised uu given iiv im- tun k,,'""',s "L"' STOCK OF STAPLE GROCERIES HLWfiYS FULL. o clock. Dinner on the gmund. J. i. Wuvh, n full length and umlved his Ji fill m lllltfl lalf tit virtu t liii1rJ unil li ,, big Montgomery. u.s,ses,..ent on property, "but should be l'rop.ircMl for 12,000 people and the -- It is im,Kssible to shut these preach- ,.. not has been nut into the little one , ... , If :.., (lhh (.,.lT so reuuecu as iu accuuiumu: no nuriuus .. oung will run his read to Rowland ersotf, unless their uind is shut nil' ut .. f:l!r(.))rXT .,., ..,,..,u . T w.rll,, ..,. CViL s,.rvi,. Highest Market Price Paid For :ntl1(m.,v. tl.nt ..ivil the siime time. Bro. bgan Williams pointments be based on moral, intellec- we will guanintee him a barbecue that niIiI he was done, but came down yes- - ofa Very inferior quality, on the market so far in vestU.n,;Vt wMl.h S,M u,',v llt L.j (Vlllfl tual and physical, and not on party ser- will put Shelby's and Mercer's HAMS, SIDlvS, SH0ULDKKS AND JOWLS. , , ..:,. (lf the shade they will hardly be considered tenlay with another document, simply, ., k .....,,; f... clrt) N vice; that the right of suffrage should be he says, "to answer some new matter in- - horses or mules tdfen'd publicly. extended to all persons of suitable age, in the case. trodiieed bv Dr. Kendrick." So it will Ilankins, oi the Chicago stables, who mentally and morally qualified, without are contill-- , ............ l.VM.... M.'f. tlie lv H114 An iinw ....Inn mm lliltliillnlll II lilwin seems to be hankering after all the licet ai..9.ika.l ,u,u ....u.m., r year the steam ' -- We .lid not know that IJm. Hncker i,0ij; beaten, JK GMj) IDS horses, gave Jim (in $13,0 J) for Term a proper educational basis; for the aboh- -' uiv iniulu fi. ,.,,,,, ironi had gotten to be a preacher, but this slnP .' tionof polygamy and uniform lawsgovcm- - 0l.onmw. to New York in (i davs. 4 ... Cotta Saturday at t. Louis. It is jut ,i... i ....j.sii.. i... In Paper Boxes, 100 t i in "mis much a he eo-at Bruee's ing marriage and divorce; for prohibiting hours and -' minutes, tlie quickest time indicate it: Tucsdav night Mr. Jos. I!. ale, but he is cheap at the llgures, cot trusts; for stringent laws enforcing tlu ever made, till last week the Ktturiabeat editor of the Somerset Reporter, sideling his IS IN observance of the Sabbath; for arbitra-tio- it by two hours and J7 minutes. plVe an excellent tall; in Central Mis- -' as the christian method of settling siou, iiM'ribing his conversion to its minDANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. nation d as well as differences between Tiik prohibitionists of Fleming county isterial work lie has himself establish- Philip Boll, a employer ami employees; for abolishing im. howling mad with Judge Cole for de- ed poiu- IIYMAN'S SWKKT IMCKLKS IN HCLK. a branch of this mission in Somerset, man, has been quite ill for 10 labor reform; (hiring unconstitutional that portion of the saloon to promote which is er successful already. days past. that public land should be reserved for the special prohibition law of the conn- At the close of his erinon Sunday, Rev. Mr. Stevenson, of Barlsmrville, actualettlers and that women bis paid ty which makes illegal the side of liquor Rev. P. (!. F.lsoin resigned the pastonite preached for Rev. II. C. Monison at the equal w.i.;.s for equ d work; that iniini- - by druggists for medical purposes. tSr Prices Always Reasonable And Goods Satisfactory.-&- a of the Bajitist church, giving as the rca- Walnut street M. Ii church on Miuday ' that he was sat.shed mm all he morniug. ' viots and dependent p..m. should not' That misnomer, the Missouri Repub, lican. which is the staunchest of demo- - could gather that it was best for luu.lf .I.,,, thn t. Mr. Peter liilcheilcftSaturdayoen-intk.l'k tllMt tllll tal'lt Kill .. 'll. rltlll Milt illllfoll lilt .1 i! MARK HARDIN, Cor,, -- ' for Umisvillo, where .. Mon hibition ofthe liquor tariff is the doini- - t.uic papers, greets ine vonveiiiioiiwuu severed, lie .had been .Mandalieil, Dili day, he will be married to Miss Kmilio Ii'iniffil to ihl iilj)uoiu and . . . . nant 18.SU0 m national politics and that Us linn,. lie felt that tlie Lout would tight hiIs Neut.el and on the Kith inst. bo and nsapartv the prohibitionists can and witn .i nnu' tress ironi n tn z. . .., battles and that he would comeout inor ... nA i.nrttiAitnl iiwim .., iiwuuut BvuiuiMi ui trnauiti fcm iw 'rui: prohibitionists declared in favor, than conqueror. Then taking his hat he his bride will sail for l'.uriqe to bo absent until September. mote national unity, and insure the best of tlieabo,iti,JIIo(lhB wh,Hkv tax. The left the church, so that the mo.nbo - On aturday tho annual election folwe lure of our native land, (.eorge I1I00,IshllL, iul amM 1(l. frw , m.t K. Inatu.r. Tllm. have ilhvavs toril, on low ii trustees tun! town attorney was iMin, oi KenuicKy, couui nave secured platform. was nothing left for them but to accept hold. The old board desired a nomination, but the the resignation and they did so. Mr. and in all piobability will continue he declined it, after pledging the South CONDENSED. NEWS F.lsom is an earnest, sincere christian, to cherish that desire to the end of time. to the Woman Suffrage movement. The The public debt decreased $,iiIS,- - but his methods have been misunder-(i'.i-V.H- ! Tho old board is composed of white re effort to beat tliiscLiiH.' in the platform stood by some and he felt that he could , . lat month. publicans nnd ever bas Im'Oii. Certain was made and voted down with a vim. (iov. Hoy t.says that New York will 'do more good eNewhcie. In less than citi.ens who got tired of monotony and There are not many advo.Mtes of woman an hour afterwards he received an ut- give Cleveland HK),000 majority. hunger for a change, tried to elect a new Hiitfrago in the South, wheie wonu'ii ar. W Washington correspondents gent call from a church in iieorgia, with boaid inado up of white democrats and held too pure to mix in p;!i:i'-- and the a better salar and he will likely accept will attend the St. Louis convention. black republicans so they nominated a plank will seriously hurt the cause in ' Fiftv saloon keepers weie caught vi- - after his meeting at Miepiardsvillo. ticket mi which the following names that section. A call for funds has met law at Cincinnati. A.S. Mciiiorty, '.. It. Russ(., p. with contributions to tlie uinountof$:'0,-00- 3 olating the Sunday MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. oi - Bath county fell into the prohibition Maniiii. Peter (illchor, Jo Haas, Frank delegates after howling ' and the L'50, altera hot fight. of measles Theie are yet ,,.u.r Monroe Mitchell. Tho certain themselves hoarse and imagining that line Saturday by -- It is estimated that 5,000,000 cubic in town. riti.ens referred to herein concluded tilthey had saved tho country, departed for from two Mcshaok Gentry has returned from HO that Mr. Ahw An.' sin desired t.. their homes. The convention was one feet of natural gas flow daily wells at Iigrange. Pineville and is now cleiking for Kavis enter public life, so wu ,ut consulting of the noisiest ever held, as everybody ' The IIoue aNo moved in hot haste White. him they put his name on tho ticket desired to talk, but the utmost harmony to make Sheridan a "Uoncral," the highNo. 7 wiio on this lino will tmv attorney. Wi, time jiassed on The prevailed throughout, the only serious Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchiu the word. shortly bo renewed from Rowland to the re-- y pinions of June and the swet trouble occurring when Chairman St. est military rank The Senate passed the bill creating I.ivington. o.loraf honey suckles from the inljacoiit maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness John, in his effort to keep order, broke the Department of 1tbor. The bill has -- The Powell's Valley road has chang- - 35,000 flower ganlon bad a table to pieces pounding with his gav and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the ready been passed by the House. ed its name to Kuoxvillo, Cuiitborland reached the noses of the election ofli.ei-el. - Senator P. P. Johnston has been (Jap and Louisville. when one of the revolutionist with a eye. Tiik democracy from Maine to Califor chosen by primary election to .succeed T. R. Ware, of Milchellsbiirg, is at firm expression in his eve. walked im to nia is represented at St. Louis and every- - Judge Sharp as county Judge of Fayette. ileKot nero nigius won .Mac .Miller the and had tho ticket An amendment to the .Mills bill thing is in readiness for tho work of plac- a 1" days' rest. takes piva on the poll books. Coiistcrna ticket before thecouiitry that every hibiting the importation of tion immediately seized tho friends of The furniture factory here can vote for and a platform upon iJuced goods, was rejected by a vote of to open a store at Pinevilli the old board, and then and there was to it'i. which every true man can standi The hurrying to and fro and gathering tears the Kile of their goods. BOMSEsaczacsp convention will beoalled to drdoratnoon ' -- Since the democrats came into But one candidate at school tins and tremblings of distress, ami mountHenry Watteison is down for er W),S!lO,7i0 acres of the public domain tees election here Satin day. II. II. Ba ings in hot haste. Fifty niggers w ho " ,r-aear 'v ''- has been reclaimed and opened for entry ' ker was probably elected. jterniauent chairman. had gone to Stanford 011 mimic kind of an : .............. and settlement. fhe telcgiaph line has been strung excursion, weie telegraphed to come . i . t .... .... . i .. t ... . I.. .... ........ .1... r -iimiTOii.i.ni..wKm.". (o Pineville and electric communication back immediately for the looof heaven, men into lectually that tins country ,,. ,,,,.,1 prodigies of valor wore performed , llsi Hllp,riten,leut ol the Anchorage to )t, ,..lahUsllwl and ever produced, and which will be ac-- Asylum, has to go, and will be succeed-- ' ()f j when the shades of evening fell ami the in history if not by thisi1M",y Dr. IJyruo, of Uussellvillo. -- Several fiom this place aie speaking meiry little town dock had tolled the generation, reached thoripcage of four-- . Another battle has occurred between oi'attendini' the performance of "Iaid hour of seven, a shout of joy ascended wore hiuuiay. ills me lias neon a most the Jones and (liven tactions in the .Shepherd Boy" at your place Wed- - to tho skies and we knew the old boanl k one, but not being on the county, Tenn., and tho result is nesday evening LaaaaiJ i was. saved and that thecioss of St An3lllfTrrrJm LKamCKTV ning side, his merit and his wonderful that there are two less of the ireon Sam MeClure tolls us that through drew again was trailed in the dust. has never been appreciated. Hy. Contheo'fforts of Hon. James Well, that's all right! The colored voti A ."lO.OOO damage suit for breach of , gress has passed a bill allowing him a ers were told that the new ticket was a IjklLLLVI me unicsi iiniinikA i M. I. ifwni.Ki, .11 l)iii: lirmii'lit Iiv- Mis4 I!l lit KV pension of .tl,000. .&JlABVn democratic ami rebellious one ami the brother of Judge Mike (hvsley, has been .(, wW,Ull. c,ir,Hth,u -- John Mi.o, of Mason City, Mo., a moral portion of tho demoenitio .,. u... . ..... (lf KttI1HSW r;:.,. Ftankt paity iiominaie.i oy ine jio..iomu...sln , . .. ., . . M). former citizen of this county, and who won told that Hie new ticket wasa whisHe is a capa'.'A District for Congress. boiler of tho steamer Fulton ex- - recently visited this place, died on his ky ticket and that 1,000 saloons would The ble man, but as ho has always been a plodcd In tho Gulf, olf the mouth of tho ,..., ,,. bme three woek.s since, aged S.t, be opened tho day the new ticket wont staunch democrat and attended the con- Mississippi. The captain, tho pilot ami. .j0eph Sievers, of Hamlin county, into ollice. So far as the now ticket Ik- vention at Lexington iw a delegate, it is two iIcuk nanus were killeu. COMFM.ETEISTUCK Tennes,ee. after drinking, chewing to- - ingiioinocratic ami reiiciiious iscoiicern- ON not likely that he will accept. After three days' trial, during which, f... ..,.,, nd swearing dining 10 years of od, candor coinpolls tho iicknowleilgt-mei- it that some of them did once for, ih fl.f discontinued all three of the with tho "wicked ami uiiholv," Tiikv are talking of running Green R. s' illts were taken for a candidate U didn't but they are sorry for it now and won't Keller of thu Carlisle Mercury, for Con- - governor, tho Arkaims. State convention ,abits within a single day. no so any more. ome ot tlioin never mVo to die to accomplish it either. gross in tho llth. Ho is a "good man, adjourned for a day or, two. ... ... ..!!.. f..,.i.. . I... svinpathizod with anytliiiig, ami one of . . '11... ...I.. t .. f"ll.!.......li,n.i..Lt L,itn. it v iiiiiiBwiuiiWHi.-,i.'.. " "'(.1 ubieh means that he is a gooil democrat. thnin lliir always voted LI1U lepubliean . Tho iiUTURK'GTJITH.',. .1. lierselt Willi Kerosene ami sui mi' kiuihtwl'ity, Kas.,,spcaKsoi me woiKing til.kl.t Abouttho .saloons. That stoiy istiucil Miuull tnd Unnl.. a good runner .and. could, wo .believe, re-- 1 nited l.aa ' Ilia lilfiklw was all "strategy" as no aaa ill tCll ft it. ,,f niohibition in that Ctlltll oocU yvar. It Is nn cue, hiiiiii. deatli in tlie matter whi.t deem tho district from republican repre- to it, olopodln of UHolut n ii..,..viiiii.tiini of lioiior. but says nrolu- - board is on the throne there is a law nersons nowerloKS to belli her. for nil who pur. sentation. wliii-J- i wont into o.oration April IJUKSii. chaso tho luxurloa or tho -.l.........n.tl ..v..il.... ..f .North 1.HI..I. l...H not holoe.l the cause in that II Oil II i.Htu if II II. i.f tl... .. . III ii.-IIIII1IM Ill llOCOatiitlOR of llfn lllin II Wn (k.v. IIkookh, tho prohibition candi-dat- e Carolina noiiiinateil I). U. l'owle for gov-- 1 city, or but a few places in the state. Ho can clotho you and iurnlih you with trustees or of the county court to was born in Cas- ernor. Frank I. Fleming received the, believes matters are worse a ml that none KRmt saloon license in tho town of Dan- mi .no nocosjnry anu unnocoisary for appllnncos to rido.walk, danco, lop, villi? or within two miles of the limits ey county, Ky. So wo will have a Ken- gulH'rnatoiial nomination of the Florida but fanatics claim anything else cat, nh, hunt, work, go to church, . v Ihown and .1. M. Williams; thereof. Some democrats, went up and j or otny ot homo, and In vartoua ainoi, tucky man on a national ticket, oven if iiemociais. ' tyloa and quantlUo", Just flguro out left fo'r St. Louis Sunday. John Haley voted for tho old board anyhow, upon Nolford says ho can beat the ,)l(l ,. () willlaiiw were here Suiulav. the supposition that they wore aiding the (iarrard county bantam fails to get den. SfiJi ' roauircd to do all those things COMFORTABLY, and you can makoatair devil and Frank Finley combined for ;j, '. l'arris arrived horefroin California the cause of temperance. Some demo- there. C II It HS4I, A J cat'nato of tho vnlua of tho BUYERS' nugmy onny looieo ami, t: occuniod the Sneak- - Coivress. This s the wav he llgures ... via Illinois last saturnay. .uiss inggio mii; hi- your young man of a remarktins TIiUcIckjiii Jtr.cy Hull ill .tint! at my Sul.le QUIDE, which will be sent upon :.... ii he has returned fiom college at reminds rocoipt of 10 ountd to pay postage, will vote for mo, tl ...... s!i.V- i- ri.tnr.liiv. Ho docs it so fro- ".ULmy !! soldiers onco heard, to wit:.. "In Danville the. lh c4soi., at $3, CASH, ui lime cf service, linlltiiin. Tenn. John Frith and. . 1. .1 ... i for mound I have W,,99,MERYWARD & co- of Itrodheail, loit lor Idaho .Moil- ueniocnus suck to too ropuniicans and taith iriilese of rtiutii if cuw in not ilh culf. .me.itlv that ho is getting to lie called prohibitionists are solid H.oi.lgan Avenue, Chicago, IU. r. II. IIUKNSIDI.. '.,(J0O republican votes pledged mo, lepiiinicanHHiicK 10 tnemseivos.', Ij,.., . in Speaker." the 'Assi'-tanl.Vt j ! 800-poun- d vice-preside' 1 l did much damage and delaved all Indus I nomination if tendered liiin, Friday. Tho local option election in'Multlon- Ky., June 5, 1888 and itissettlod in advance tlmt tho ticket- berg county resulted in it victory Jor the Stankohd, to lead the democratic hosts toseoond vietory will le (trover Cleveland and Allen prohibitionists bv a iiiajoritv of about (Sranborry Thurinaii. It will swoop tbo 100.The Kddyville Branch Penitentiary V. P. . eonntiy like a whirlwind. As one of our will be ready for occupancy May 1, ISM), red-ho- t democratic friends puts it, "there and then all the convicts can he return, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Weren't but two doubtful States before, ed to the walls. Kansas and Ohio, and the nomination of Taulbee advocated protection for Forjudge of the Court of Appeal., Thunnan lifts the latter into the doino- - lumber, because his is a lumber district, eratic line." So mote it be. S. in a Uindall are ly Semi-Week- Interior Journal TuttiiMAN, the noblest" old Itomnn of A freight wreck near (icorgctown FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. them all, hasconsentodtoacoeptthevioo-presidentia- J T. I.. Carpenter sold to D.X. Prewitt . lib f j , S1-.- 50 .j.-.- ll? J a 1 ( ,,,..... "i;'j tst .!. j ,,, '. M i ,.,.,, H .um,, ; ,,,. . 't IK3(-GOT,.DB- W STAUUH, t 4- -- Um-ker- , n THE BEST THE WORLD. JUSTTRYIT. . lari-oloro- l f -- ,,m,i,i i.i, .,,. as& g a . to-da- 070. . . a ' A , ,, tp r , f: jEASE observe ---it M'ROBERTSSTAGG I , -- ap-yea- A FIClULi .AHOMTMJIiST ' - , WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. v; fr I s coiiit-hou.s- e 1 pro-jn'g- ii convict-pro-Isxl- y d r 60FFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. a, - IO-'- i y. -- sua "'.,,. "", 1 . csr?t (S3: U know-lodge- Han-eventf- ul win-'i-oe- HtPal WH, i-- J fain-capaci- -- -- .. u-i- - HiLl . ' WALL PAPER and FTJR1TITI7IIE. ALWAYS HAND. sviii-pathi- .f ... . n- a a a a 1 iir...nraii,imns I 11 j . I yv I 11 a . ti. ' a ,. 1 Infor-inntlo- ! e I I ! i I I GII.DEROY, I- - l!uv-ni- v Sm-adli- -. Iloi-'c- r, ...... -' ....... . - t wj ,.?'." . L iV : ' Qr--ut UlIuI IILLnLI lA.n-- ii v IiiTr-nm- n 111 1 LulUnoUUnllHL Inimuni ' s jkw'm Creek. f Oyiwlw are camped on U- - A nick nnd useful every ilnllar'H worth of pn-rien- t goon's given with La.m'ahtkk'h nt I). piuttlcHt young 11 newt IimHch musicians nnd take part in the Cantata at the. Opera Houso nightiim! glvo what is pronounced by is. c. vvakton, mm. MnnnRor for rL.Ilt. of Mrs. .1. N. Mencico Tin: judges the finest ninati'iir entertainment wan rohin'il of 0 chickens lurgo enough over seen in this section. It will ho .....I t I..... C run o.n.r. ill !.... i.r.si, .uv iiiiu.si; hum nli.lif. Ky., .Il'ni: 5, 1888 lot. I'or further particulars mil on Mrs. til frv I'rliltiv.ii..nnu..iiiml tlml ininil linlv your loss if you fail to attend. Stanfoiui ,, ', ., , ,il.,l.ll nin. .fiimnii.v. Innniu Dunn. Tin: justices met with theconnty judge Is Receiving His ' 1 ov three days next week, 10th, lltli PubttHhod Every Tuoaday nnd Friday ,..,,, Ion IIiat. New Iioiim uith four .... yesterday to consider turnpike appropri- i .,..tu..in.. . .in iwi I. in, juii n' "' iuiiniim; At " half fare o.UheL..s;N, tho occasion bo-7Tm !;;,rfu,tht'r Miliary. intlio North American Saeiik'abund. a Otteiihrhn pike nnd Sl,'.'.")() a mile forlive " i hack nt in v old stand and am1 of the innan on '''N lllll.k .U ffrS.(.S lull thi K. C.; miles carried byHighlandof ,; Waynesburgt uooas warranxea ana a renect nt uuaranteea, uive mm a Trial. Wh...uM.l3a60.ilktHn.J,,M..ar.,t to wait on niv customers to n.in.i.l a vote pike to .'I, Messrs. tllIBS till ,Ktu iiiiiu "V,u ", uiivlliiiiKln Ihf grocerv and hardware , M" L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ;.. 'to death at Lancaster by running to the John Chnppell, W. P. Crimes, J. K. I!.,'., uv 1! in f ' ' c.iiinniwiv !..!. ..I ...!... II .... III UlC Hills VI Lynn, C. It. Hell, C. Drown, (i. W. IIIIIJI, IIIIII PllillUIIIIIK !. IIJI 1.. .1 ...11 i pm Mul (run Rolnic North. in. .. jipm Young, M. S. Hastin, M. II. tiooch and' " MJUIIl. time. ...11 S7mii I prc trjin " Suulh... 11nk Srui k..I. M. Hail, executor of Charles lloone voting in the nlllrmntivel ar ....; Ninth I I iikiii: whh nocontcst in tie election l iiyxr 'i,, ,..,, i.,,i,ri, ,,,,1.1 . ,,.;,.., v,,j.r. Krtliihl Ninth. . and John Dailcy, John O'Neal nnd John South.... "6" '' '" dnv 'S shares in' the First National Hank 'hool trustees in thin district Satttr- - Kllis in tlie negative on both proposit he Utter trains jl irry uteii(;r. SoUt , .1 sinnfiinl nt i id .Ml tn .41 4 nml .'Ml in day and .I.N. Muncfce, for the Ioiik tions. Six per cent, bonds were ordered l he above iscaUulaicd on standaid time. . me Is about,,,, ,. utc.U.ltr. ,, ,,, , w ( fof th(J H,,ort u,rm lh( to be issued nnd it will lecpilre $i:i,7"0 ' reived all the voted cant, fcl. --'.). to foot the bill. Pikes come pretty high, LOCAL TIME CARD. K.C. WALL .iL'NKeame in with a eold wave and but we must have them. In IIim-- . Mr. s. 1. (iitofh eiiptureil AND "" KuwUnii ms ua ? " .return n..nimi upm the neuro. .John White, who hiiH heen .vehtenlav morninii llrert and overcoats Woman Found With a Bullet in Her Brain. Kroin tool" 150 per cent cheaper than ever before known in Ccntril Kentucky Win.tow Sludc tc dodging hlnee the rubbery of V. It. were in demand. Several persons tell K GfllllON'V l'.irl rs, tilt all combination of Wall l'apcr Largest mock to select from at MEANS IUSINESS. Sprd.il l)iiatch to the Interior Journal.) (JoochV htont lusl Christina, and lodged um they haw front, hut it was too light to Ky. Mt. Vkhxo.v, June 4th, 4 v. m. This Wathii:h and jewelry repaiietl ami j,, n j.,jj Friday. He conferred bin do much damage. I'.ilnU, Oil, VarnUhes and C.l.ii, etc morning Ann Decker, a woman who has PIANOS AND OKOANS.-Ase- Painter' Snipllc., Window.t Co Mimical Merchandise Hiirmnted. A. It. lViiny. for John guilt to Spilru Iam and ban the dead- 11 .1 III.. mui-i- i ....I been charged with keeping a house of ttiii. I'imsii i'1'tMiiunv uitli iMilutn ami ini-;(- i .11 cuiiireii miicui I'liiivinc ..I -K- HlonatriptoKrankfort. tobaceo pent. was found in the road not far the lids of Stanford at the Picnic Satur- MKK. Fun:. Mr. .I.C. Coulter telli um that day and got heat 10 to (J. The .'Id nine from her house, four miles southwest of TiiKbeM place to buy drugs, jiatent ."d from here iiImi this place, dead, with a bullet through medicines and toilet aitichN Ik ut A. It. the griht mill and thoprt belonging to from there nnd the nV. t "?2Wt vi eontehted and the Stanford came out 17 her brain. An inquest is being held. .John IVintn, at Vosemite, cauht lire l'enny'h. No suspicion yet tin to who did the shoottableth. from the engine ami burned, Thursday to ii. ixxikh, ink, IhiY vour yC!X Q M1L10 JX. MJAX M. Q J as. Maiikt. ing. f paper, pencilu and w1kmI mippllc of all nj,,,, ,.aus,m ,.S00. The mill ,. hensi-lil- y Tin: county committee has very Kiuiih irtim . it. I cony liud onlv lieen ill ojieration tuo weekhj &c iTe-wzeijIeirDemocratic Convention Called. I guamutet all watches and I'vety arcalled a convention to nominate a on it. ami no insurance had been taken The democracy of Lincoln county are ticle of jewelry I hell to Ix juM as candidate lor hiieriu. .ir. requested to meet in mass convention A. It. Penny. Piior. W. V. Mt('i.itY lias hei'iired the) Newlaud has no oppositin, but the e in Stanford, July '.M, DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, public hvhool in this district and has en- - party owes it to him to give him the of- - in the PERSONAL. SOMEWHAT county court day, to nominate a candi'mured with Prof. S. .1. I'ulliaiii to teacli a licial mIiiiimi of its recoenition and an- FANCY ARTICLES, &C. date for sherill. Uy order of the comMu ami Mils. Miik Hvitinx are viw- - ,iK.r ,nu.h in tin; K.m' 1milliniz, forjpioval. I L Disown, mittee. inng relatives in .ioiuieeiio. accurately cgnipulinded. I'hj Irian. precription whicli the regular charge for such tuiChin, pro tent. J. 15. Pa.vton, Ox account of Mr. Jiiiiich Carson's fail, ,bose who wish Mils. .1. K. I'utitisnnd Miss l.l.ie are tioI wi H, wai,, Socretarv. wan necMating friends in Danville. their children to take htiidien not in- - ure to arrive here, my concert essarily otponcd. NextSaturday night, will be "athoitie" l.,jlM Mis Kmm v Su'-lillev. Dr. W. T. Poynter will preach couie. tlt. ,.,)mmoii without fall, I will give the grandest the Kentucky Conference Woman's Mis- THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, to her friends this e Ncning. -A iitii:.MMil .lellico, who knows the concert have ever given. Comeinnnd sionary Society sermon on June 24th at CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. .. ..: k.lt..j..iii. .if ...!.- t..t uv.. ni'iii i. ...... ..... iiiurii ituii ji'i ji'imin hi. .i ...., ...,..!. ii. i in iiiii"iih n .ii tl... .inhi MiM b'lia of uk' nnrt'i the Richmond. ver lirouuht to thl. market Prices loner than any price. 1). KI.tkh. h leneebv .1. M. Chandler, hays thatif Mns. .1. S. KiMiuuk. u( Someix't the Ion cM. Watches, Clorks and Jewelry He. i ., ... .1. n . .iciirn. . mu,. .in...i . .... ..v... . tiiiviiriitiiiii fur will- Iiml ti liiht , u ii NKW AD VKUTISKM KXTS. ii.nn 'lie ntlt'M til .nri. (aired on short notice and warranted. Tiik panidt of C'loopatni IxIps No. Mi. w i: .... i.k'i.M' nf Dneiitnr. iniMi man he had. Iiwrence went to . ..... r. ! 11. I .1 If. . rs. f, niuiu t imi-- iimuiBiflui huiiw. hi ih m.llnrV nun Ala., is mi a visit to his paien ts. apple " vuiy creditable one and the HO VINEUAR. fine three-- ) sale A Cam-Vuitrar f"r s. Mykiis will uo as a delegate to the Chandler a liar mid struck hei ami then cnisib,.Mt Kinne), K) members, including the best of the District Conference at Wilmere, this upon Chandler calling on him the next and demanding an apology, he onsl population, were well dressed and To the Farmers of Lincoln and week. A brass ii,... .....t k,.i.i I... I....1 n.i most n'hpeitableinappeanince. .M.H...I i.i ' t IP,.'. mwr Mi:isuh. iiiiiiuii: Sismi.n vmiuii: and lllll II IIIIII II III fill Garrard Counties- band fnnn (iillK'rtV Creek furnished the apology to make. Thus driven to Svmniie Dudderar nro both ill witli ma Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, music and did it very well indeed. At Chandler shot him and live to larial lever The sunfor.l Roller Mill ( nmpany wants jour the picnic and the hiipjK'r $'2'.. 15 were wholewheat imp of the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over will pay inca-the Isms, of Doyle, is the! one n the eiuens oi uie iowii eimo.e taken in, which goes to help pay forthcir liifihcsi market price 1S88, itand Do not sell without Mls I.i i for not thought of mob I he act ami have lirst seeing Superintendent Polls at the Mill or guest of her cousin, Miss Dora C. Spoon-- ! I.I rOM'KIt, violence. Accepting this statement as hall. anion', near town. Pres Stanford tollci .Mills .... 31 elo-llM.i..-T- he a true, the only surprise is tnat i. iianmer K I.inm.KV has jut iUs,: Miss Inti.iiioh .Iouinm.s , j(lWan, nchiHil at Crab iirchard i"ted with asiniich discivtion as heditl. u,.nl (((W Satuidav after- I I Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better uiid returned home. ,VmnL.l. ihe Miller extension """' "'"' ' t' Iilroad nine in l v i.iv.t . ..,..., grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the , . ,, Mi: It. (i. II mi. and biide, of Simi'r- , (k, ,.,v. line Myle. Our namesakes are as fol- . ' " HHII'M'I nil'iiM mum" "ii ....' 'lows: Morns, captain. Ml spent several days with .Mr. ami , Swer- - To The Voters of Lincoln County: llson. Hoisi:, miles on Crab Orchard pike, T, i witon. I -1 Mo (Do KlllHH. MUPJLUY9 3 hen-hous- MERCHANTTAILOR AND SUMMER - --- - ... P'"-'''"'"- " J: htoTnSln!SPRING ! GOODS. 1 m ... "' .1 """'" 11 j " . . 1 . C3.EoA.JNJD . , 1 ,, j,,. SPRING OPENING! PAPER DECORATIONS (.in-lllnN Ch-irc- ) , e, M I -- 1 A. E. GIBBON'S, B5LXSTVXI.I.E, KY. j ire i- "' I -- iDjxja-a-is- AJ sr T rcprc-N-nte- lf iiemiM-rati- c court-hous- : , v.-ho- Mi-oii- ri, , I gui-h- t - I !.... m . rock-botto- K 4 i .. '. ..,.-.....- ., y . . I I . l.l. ' ear-ol- BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! I I ' V - v h j i- j i TAZES w. ! "" TAXES 4 - Mrs linage I1i:iii: I). elll-ell- . j ' lllll it 111 more than the actua value ot the lands, comlemneil, as ll win greauy enuau.-.- . It is said ..... the vsdueof the rest of the iiml C'Jkl .vlll iiiiiiii (In. slli'i'1 mill it shooting with in.,,,", h(, .... if ,. .......i.,.,! double an aggravated case of out against them. tent to kill was made NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. that amount. It seems that the P.cngcs weie going Tint Academv, which has been very through soait. woods that thev had reut- I s he llare 11 and satisfactorily taught for Jed from Albright, in search of a place to Major i.tulvrsiiieil, I. (, (.ooih.jd, V H (Jnocli, siieies-sfullI Milter,1 Uetiiulds, K II. Caldwell, Jr , and J. S oiiiij!, lute associ-tethe last year by Pmf. S. .1. Piilliam, make a plant bed, when they were lire.! s fiared tliemsies tojeether to becuine incorporated ceremonies1 upon bv I'riah Albright and his son, as a stmk compMij under the corporate name n( Mu I. I. Ks iir.Mt.it lias mine on a closed Fridav with no further Wavne-nurturnpike of prizes ami a call of; ltohert bee, and alltlueeof them woiind- - the Highland & to be conducted is. the Road Co ,nt' luiilding. The business inn lor the ltoller Mills, mi at count of' l'"m maintaining and londuetniK'.if a McAd.uuired tl.e illness of the wife of It. b. Potts the mil ot honor. . prize in s,(.niigi en, oiu man nenge oeing snot in me turnpike road from the present tirmimis ot the incliidingaii examination in WcMlake's, temple, from which he lost the sight of sianiord und Halls (lap turnpike in I.iihuIii iouii-t- ) tin ii tiaveling man. tlirotigh Highland anil WaiiHsburg precincts Practical WonN before Pulaski Plan .iL. Pii.i.ivm iuv.iui'pn!iiisl Tlnve Thousand Words wiisawanledand 'one eye. The wise was tried in iloO to to theturnpike county hue, or a part of Mich named to. Judge IMmiston, who held them and Willie' llendeison's Tint Miss, s F.ngeula Piilliam The principal pl.ue of business shall be High land, Lincoln county, Ky (.aims up xcsterdny to see our lightning Chailie Holmes. A fn e scholarship each to the circuit court The lorporatnni snail comment..' on the ijth day class in ( eiitiv Si."!, .for the Fieslimiui o'f of June, ss tin n oil' this issue. Tiiosi: who heard the tuo renditions ot' June 1938 i338, and terminate on the ijth il.n 1'iill.iit.i ums ilivtileil hetween W. (i. Tin onlv newspaper men here y..ster-da- v Capitol siotk is to be twcnl) The authorized Charlie Holmes which was tin- cantata nf'DavidtheShepherd thousand dollars, which shall be paid .it suib tunes were MeNsrs. W..I. I.yle and .1. S. Utekev and Uiu-astTroupe, niv unanimous and in such amounts and upon sm.li terms as the giving each by the professor Moore, of Danville. We are glatl to know lloanlrl Uirectors snail presenne tl.,..,. a M'holarshiti. The names of those ' "' " P''se as wen as in ine assuniiic. incntlairsol tlie . orporation arc to In- - niaiiaueil latter's health is much improved. tin one of hum shall lie of live iv that a rich musical and dramatic treat s. a board uriiii.i.'itDirectors, hit ir.i t v..iiiii vii(n ill ' especial eoiiiuieiidation ate: ii" nit mi'.i u kt .Ion n 11i:i i (it us. t and and Miss deserving Char- - await all ho attend the ierforinance at r.iiors siuii i.c elected on the first Saturday in Latin, W. ti. latckey, I one of each Ida Pn witt took the train, they said, for lu advanced eir and shall ere fur one earnest Walton's Opem House, on Wednesday hM ah"v,v':t '"li l" a'TrknTueaMller1 Williamsburg yestei.lay, but it is thought lie Holmes, W. . Ilurch and Cicero Ijttin, Thomas niht. Three things combine to induce Second tirade he highest amount of indebtedness to whuli that .lellico, Teiiu., was their destitution. is well this corporation m.i) at any tune subject ilselt .Meiiefce, Itichard N'cwland, a full house: The entertainment Mit. Hi:vS. IIomi, of Knoxville, who Owsley, Sam snail iiiitcxieeu one inousanu uoiiars Albert Sev worth the money, the proceeds are for, Ibeprisali properly of the stockholders shall married Miss Annie Logan, a former Will ShanlsH; Primary litin, a 'ood cause and couitesy to our nciyli-- he exempt iroininecorporaie ucuis. erance, Carroll lUiiey, Will IVauhman, I. Ii (ouch M I' Ke Holds. I. s, t.ooch, I tl it wmntl' utrl Iiflu Iwutll ! flu trltttht (.nnimmr and bors tleinauds a loyal welcome at our Har.ey I'lo.d, W II Miller. P. II (aldwell.Jr, WrariMi; Hnk-lis-T' of Mr.. . S. llUer.' Mr. Dick l.oan oujjht to becrowd-- ' J.S Voimi;.Jiiii.' i, ititjg stunliird. Analysis, Ciceio l',ttbanks and 'Ihomas bands. The huildine. ' nlsohuiv ed and likely vwll be. Admission, reOwM.-y- ; Spelling Charlie Holmes, Will served seats 7.", others 50 and children M.t. John M.ltK.n. .me of the h.-PUBLIC SALK M Uwlwrtw. i all, left Wednesday L'.". Mcl.oberts il Staj.' will st-- you a ( levelan-- l rciotuifor M. laniH, to see Mlm. ,jUI, tm. voxmK Miciety peo- nated and to visit his daughter, Mrs. (). jllM,.ahtl,r ,aVt. i,,.,.,, intoiuliiii; to ! Tiik "Pndiibition Party" met in mass lreekiiiiidp Jones. . hiirprise Mr. l.utlier Oibbs, a wealthy I will sell pukltil) on the premises my I'arni, yesterday MisHi,tit .mms,oi Miiiisnwiii, ii" i,,....,..,,. ,,f Miuie :.( suiuiners. who lives convention in the court-hous- e situated l ' miles from Stanford, ill.' county sent wi,vj nml orpinliM ly t'lectinj: P. 1.. Simiwoi. of I iikoIii count), K ,on the Rush Ilium. h 11. Miller, left has been visiting Mrs. J. the tm, ,,1,,,.,., few m,.H Mr. Miller, 1)f ,,., ))llltv, A number of times ehainuaii. He took tlie cliair ami oni.e- - I. am aster pike, on for her honm Satunlay. 1888, wentanfaras Louisville with her to see1 jm,i .,, M.t fV this j.leannt task, but it-- ' ivpu'sted to state the object of the her safely on the boat. -- (. ontaiiiiug m.i, (ilm. somethin jirevented. I'riday ' meeting said he was in total ignorance of Ot r usually prompt Uincaster cones-- , ,,..,.. lin ,, t .... M)im. ;:, ,nples .hove ou't it and asked Kev. Joseph ll.dlou to state Uluc-Gra- ss tiondent. Mr. (ieome D. Uurdett, hatl to iti .lIu f,,,..,. i..., ..rriviti' there the lit. That irentleman slid ht was nearlv 188 it was to n to the St. bonis Convention to take wolI(.H, surpriseis weretheinselveHsur-car- e in tlie siime lix, hut utipposed I lie improvement, are a modern frame of Helegate II. C. Kauttnian, so we ' j.js(.,i ,y tlmlin;: tlie house andspacious ratify tlie ticket and platform adopted at burns liud kitchen of will have to escuse tho nor. appeanmce vanj iu"n,iiiateil in piod style ami the Indianapolis, and suested that the lat- hulldiii); of 0 rooms corn crib o j boxes wio ioo for wlih Kruiiiiry 15. Hansford, which joo I'uie horses and plenty room for a'l kinds of farmMr. Oibbs In full dress reatly to ter be reatl by W. '"ffiKslEv'nSoVr, .1 the faculty ' I iisiues. ; tlie second is 40k.11 with 11 M.i s for Mr. Ilallou then made a few ing liorses mid lows roijm for canes, hay and straw pupil of the leceive thorn. With open arms and was done. and.Mias.luliaTapscott,a farm is lofts and eorii remaiks in which he said lio was not pre- en tivutioniindcrib, thefor a stud in a IokIi stale of farm. It is oca- Collcxo, left for their liome in Staunton, doors this clever vontlemtin bade tlium suilub e I.uncas-teranlani riiilil andd Nil., I'll. lay. .Miss 'lupwott is a very el - U.,.im. which at once made all feel at pared to uive tho document that full en- ted In'tw ecu monthly markets are all .', Stanford. I lie fences would bo ublc to do ilntrtt 1. nlpiiif oftiniher aiM water This scar's I'L'iint and accomplished ladyand during home. After conversing for a few min- - dorsement that he oats 30 her stay of three years here has iinjiress-ever- y close study ot it. He was followed crop isS5acresofwlie:u,7o ill t .iLres v I" suiiuuii ;,rc ami iites in Ids casv way with all, individual after looaceo 00 torll auu 4 one with her worth and nif.it hemp. A half mile in(iihbs, who had j by Kid I. (J. Montgomery, who also forlobicioor behind tht'l.trKC hiirn track can bo ly and collectively, Mr. demonst rated her excellence as an dirci-tltolled-ion- . had It is the subject of general in h structor. Abo niv mikA, cousistiii); of line brood niarus, a e way received intelligence ol tin? wished more time for study and a tine fiand j 1 Mules No. Tlie platform was not as clearashe llies, Horse, Alderney 5 Heifer, jears oldJersey hull, icixret that she will not be witli us next coming of these younjr ladicH and in calf, a session. nous invited liis yuests to a feast in had hoped it would be. lie could say a lAall. Ilclksuirc msir auu impieii ss iiicliidiiiK full slock ot ii kind of re- in regard to woman suH'rao that ho a McCorinack .Self. Hinder with attachments, a tho way of every LOCAL LORE. Itaku, to see a white woman cast a vote Drill. Corn I'lanter, Corn Shcllej, Mower, lloute-linlil freshment. Full justice Ih?Iii done this white man or an ignorant 1'obacci) Press, Wilsons, Plows, eu Also (ioons in spring and siinimerhatH excellent supper, tlie quests repaired to to a drunken suggestion a itiiure meei ". rnrniture.. Sr.w :..: ....1 ins nero. ..!.:.. reasonable. at Com ts it Cox's. the laive and handsomely furnished ii... fin- - ...iiiHiilti.tiiin nnd OlLllllizfltion was ..."s he..'farm I tan he seen at any tunc by dlllng on was not named.1 iiilinitiol lint the dav I, nihl. . , where until - o'clock ,l,c ,renHl-fc-A,. Vlll (t) w..T:Kt N'kw hats and bonnets for summer ........... There was nounthusiasm ami as tho ane - "" diinciti.', crokonole and various kjames tloneors would expivss it, tlie crowd was ' ib.s uSsunrorii, k.. wear just icceived at Mv. Kale Dudder-' i K.isirh. j , were enjoyed. small ami business dull. 1 IIi.i.m's m'IumiI xill. closed Friday and he is i.nmiiIiiii:. the acation at his mother h. . Miss .Mirrn: i now ' reiurneti nom ine N trinal Shisil at KnglewisMl, III., Saturday Iihikillg ill splendid health. in. I'd .... .I.........S has ,,.v Illicit straw bei rics in town. If our .s not siilllcient ask dipt. Hichanls. Pnof. A. S. P wiits has sent his cliil drcn, Mary, Stihie ami Itolwit, to Virgin. hi where they will make their home. Iti:. wo Mas. P. (). F.i.siim left yes taking the i.nLiy for Sbeppanls-.ille- . gisxj wishes of many friends with them is with her Mrs. W. F. McKi.nm-.other. Mrs. livens, who is very ill ami in its -- In is s yeaisold. a fatal teimiuatiou Mu. ,,i-- ..il.l iiml ( mil ill, fc; nil'"' , ll 1 II I i 'iii-- i In .. '"1 Wilson caught and only nillll,H.rf,f h,d,mdid bits vet unsold and P'"''"-'- ' ,., . ,... ,,. Hi' ii - ii, made two errors between them. The I 1. ,, in...v nil.' . ill! I' U. II ..i ' .......I....- - I,v ..Mi.n.lii... the street, which Illnnuls were ! lowers, unptiiui, iii.sKin, runs parallel with Main through to the earner, rami, Mottle, Seagle, Carter, Jin,i..r..iUe and theme to the Dan- - Hamilton ami Harnett. Hamilton and battery. Hob White lih,v l Mj.s k,ivi, tlL, ..t.i..- ..ii... i ini m ri -- ''ored and Dave Hamilton umpired lln-- t 'iiiiiiumI and the riBlt f WIV u. tln e IT toil in fa..r of the I. m ttWl ,, S j(tr oW;ir, irtili' i.r.itlfviii.. ni ,. 1 r. ........ ..... jv iliimi. - . 1 I1I1TI .1 IIM" Tlii'i-i- . lire .unready to recr...pica.. come forward and t.. early V. II NhWI.AXI), f 30-t- the lax llooks are - now rradv for 1888 and I ti... taxes" ,.trb...!y witt .S. Come and see our goods before making your selections. You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. trade I.. C. '. :,.,.,, ,,,,, j ( .... J II HII.TOS GEO. D. TATEAHEWT, MASTER. MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. -- HIl4TOSr& DA1TIS HKALIIKS IS- - Gc11cr.1l Mcrcliaiitlisc, KOWI.WI). KV , llac Just opened a new to. k of Men's and lloj ' IIiii.ii. - Count v Attornev D. It. Car-- I'luthuiKi llaK, Caps, Hoots, Shoes, Dry l.oods, Notions and I in . AllmL-bl.,1 at Crab Coal Country .iinily drocenes. inAbo dealers for 1111MM. prodiu c taken exchanKs. ' V.Sit tirda ... ....:... KomU at highest market price Come one, Orcbai.l vand tehs n all, and learn the advantage tn trade. .I. SEW FURNITURE STORE I vu:k jeccFirajiAViv, .phidi5, Mh$ i ft 8 ft wl'K t: ' 1 led Hoy-sett- , ofl''the n; cr Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture My prices will be as low as such goods anCE Under taKerS liOOQS can be bought in the Cities. Give me a trial and you will be vinced that I sell lower than the lowest . - . . con- - 1 QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. (Cincinnati, New Orleans K.woitm: LIMITED EXPRESS i! l. & i.iNKiir.Twi.i n Tin: IN ,51 , ' Texas Pacific Railway.) nor 111 andsoith deiu.H-nitsofthen- avy, TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' t IIOlKs. , j A FINE FARM Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. TmOTIOXASr-nrOItT ' ,,, s J. INK- - Saturday, June gtli, Land. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 6, 1888. .. Acres oi Finest itKivn xovr. f KA nsS"soUTif! Daily. IX Sun. 5 7 7 iji itrvn NOKTH TRAINS 1. No. 7. Daily y 11 1 No. t. No. Daily. No. two-stor- STATIONS. 111 No. o. Daily. No. No", Daily. 7 j 111 i. ) 111 .V"o.' 8. Daily. 10 Daily, 600 pm 4 JJ p m 308 pm , -- 817am 4Qjpm S10 pin, ti a m 10.19a in j jnira 50 i 47 pro oj p in 1 111 111 or, tooopin i jo 6 up in no p pm in in 8 59 pm it J pm 910 pm 1130 a mill 15a 1 jj pmll . . . . 9 3J pm 10,17 p m 05 ji m 10 15 a in,, jsa l.'c.....('liu.iunatl lieoriclown Lexington Daimlle Somerset .. v im.inisown....i. .A'rv 040am ic 5 i a m 410,1111 3 43am 6 4J p jj a m J os a in 111 111 11 30 p junction cny . . J 1 i j3 . . jjen-tleme- n, 1 lu, lirst-cla- iinat-inabl- o pre-fvriu- .t s luii-Iors4 . i 00 pin' 101,5 a m 6 1) a N, II. Train No. 9 leave Oakdale at ) 2, A M, and arrives in Chaltanoiga at fyf), w. No. j level Chattanooia at 5 (), P. M.. and arneat Oakdale at 8 jj Mann lioudoir IliilTct hleepini: Cars on, all trains, II. COl.l.llltA.N'v Ceu'l Krt. ,V Pas. Aft. JOHN C.OAUl.T.Ociieral. Manager, ; R. CARIIOl.Tneneral.Siipcrintfndcni,(.enrralOili' cs, s Paul llmldlii?, West Kinulli .Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, 4 111 - pin l.'e...CIiattinooa 850am 2 15 pin Vr'v pm' Atull.i.. . 11 15 pm pin 11 10 pm l,'c ..llirniiiiKhan 'I iiscilmisa dub pni'U 48a m 9 in a m I.'te 1 3a a . tlajpni 4 10.1 uiAr'v .....Meridian I, . 633am 9 jua imAr'v ...Niw Orleans.,. ,Ar' 9 no pin 'e 5 10 a m, l.'ve.. ...Meridian., nooamJ.'sc Jackson,. ,...r'v 11 loam l.'ve. .Vickshurir, Monroe 4 Jo pin l.'ve ,, 8 15 p in Ar'v ....ShreeKirt 6 00 , . 1 10 3 45 513.1111 8 jo u 111 Jijpiu Oakdale i.,.C.'li.ilt.ini)o'a tn a 111 a m 05 38 1. I.'vc t' 9 55 I1 in 7 10 p m 9 0 P in 1 415pm 7 no a 111, a 40 pm ... j 30.1 nn lop m 310pm .mjih loop p m 50 u oj in 11 15 a in' j 7 Jsa (.) a m ,. m 1 111 1 11 111 ' 711am, 3 111 10 jo pin! 3 oj p m,., in on pm1 41 a m, j, am' . ....'. ', .. .. , . ... 4 00. a otj 111111... ars. l vw;.i . .' v.l TTiflB wwjMjl U i ML Ky& nfcii ilW181W1Bl W 'V'V'w'jltyytUJiHlr'J. ?vn::'f' VTW-'JT-"--" -- ,. ."fi f - ii THMf nimyni 'r","vwt', it ' . , .,-- . r,l ' T 'IVJl', , i" " ' ini ..a,.Jvr'- - his capillary growth would utand alono AHEAD. nnd have a most uneasy fcclinj', not to iiu'iition tin' ninny ijueor wnsations tlmt TIIK CO.MIIIMiD STALLION, ly ttal Inn, ts handt and i Inch hiili, will mak would chase theinsclven ui ami ilovvn tlit srnm nf i3M ut the Mabli'. uf A SIOUX MARRIAGE CEREMONIES. Kitrrl, g) taWIVIUttkJuUtluUCO iHf ! his vertebial column. K., Tin- feast being over with, then AT $25 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. A "Lincoln Boy's" Description or the V1 mi e the scaton of 83J at my Uhlc near ithewiuaw ilaniv. They shindy jtiiiiii , She hv Citt, in Lincoln count), on the Shelby City ,, Scenes. " '!" If nwri'li parted llli Li.t year a unil Kimt, lack Turnpi email, at fit cath for the ... .1. up and (low n, moving in a circle to the of the InlcniirJo.ini.il if. fTotlic Kdiior .ca.on.tillh tin invuri.tice, or $j.i Hi in.iirr n Hung ?'" .....j an. , ..T hi. col. hive ..1. f..ll.....limit, - I.rivillg Hold l .,,.. .,.. I.... .... ....j1,llJ fill., u I....u I'll tl. fnalrd con. mintiil jnd i i nsht a i.rin, ..,- un llll. h'"'hey wear their tiMial calico Lowku Hiin-- I viu x Ai.km , t I' mil rrr lit. with ii entt ,, "'"' lluiiil. t Dcnin.ir i.iid.ir All llie ftum any "lie liit. & CINCINNATI rr hud ,n rr LOUISVILLE Tkiikitokv, May i!S, SSS. j cm 'buckskin having gone out of style sty e :ind .ictlon. Ii.it bii; t.nl .in iVmane, .laud t6 p Intnl. Inch. vent. hi ihl. .uriiu A. a c.ir ii.uu in ni uni'inng hii nut ni. toll n until j in Ah a rule, when an uncivilized Sioux from scarcity with numerous ornaments, mull, iln mil. thut hair come prnto to tin enn I tueler. Dili). st. r ii d continued hor.e lie Im. no .iiperior, ifiin eiiiin , , mhi imt"iimtit It liy A .imlrl liiiMliw in Kenliicki an lir.t mil', ut varl.m. "Ti takes upon himself the responsibility of, of elk teeth and Iroquois beads, faces ,T .A,"I,,1UV !.'"' "t" hy, M,"nVll, Kmr.inthe Suite In hnrne... uiufor iiilil e nnJ In WmI THE MOST RAPID ROUTE a "better half" no one Is made eounizaut st leaked or painted in solid colors. cl"(;' l",.'.,!,! "r,'f ''1,",'11 model niiK. nmliinw h.ii hatnett horne.u. n Mdt . ii .omlimeil ntul s il hor.e, ' j ' "' tlnicki"'5 "1,1 H.I' lm rr JiS Mini drhor.e. i,..n,ii 16 miiri' of the fact excepting the twain most' Dining all the nayeties Slie bride has f ir.t hi Lumtirro I., i... h. in . iiiLvni, i:nii.. tv c i. ,'. in ..... l.jr.Ln..lil.r...l !.. tin. uir . In niiuui..it l. l... lit.' lmi"irtiil I. i....... CI.... II .i Iki. intorosted. In short there aie "no nothing to say and no part to play. - greit tomnier I icr attemp.ti between MilNi'-b ImiwrtiHl Ml.ll.rcll id d.ini OllHI h l.v Inn,.' Il.l, inn. I.. I.v ti Sl Kctip.c id dam by Ijiiik l.land llluvk Hawk titiev un tho ()hk Kner and Chiugo, ami hen II ho UrnniurL, the 4.111I e rJic horve lie by Imp ly w hen all it over "I will follow,' you, .Mr time and nni.t Lomforlablc traint Ir.ijnur h.iinlli Itliirnniiii two month. the ieueiort. Not long ago there occulted a few my husband." .Iihim' hi' Wcit in the South, or at M'ain .nod Hr.t dam In ChorLlcr, he Ik (outrun, inipott-e- track in Iih .iv intimtrd Ml tan trot n truck tween all point,he rounterpaitof to thetrain on and iN'orthwevt. 1 He thu Lftilnr'a at jil djin hy Jim llrowu.he li (,l rv' Siroj(lii .Many are now mairied in the mission miles from the agency a marriage accord- npn iuin nvo wivk 2 1'. I K at onurirr in trunk Hnev i. denominated The Limited nnd he Ii) Sir Archie; third Ulil hy DnVe of tiiperh rolling .lock we emplo) give. pvtro Mi made a iug to the rites of the olden time and as church at the Agency and at M. Albans, 4th dam hy i'irjtc and he h Clmiice l.atch-cr- , J5 M'tnndii rinitsl h) Mr .fUhiT. Conifoit liflh vtitin hy K'titiu Illo..om nnd he liy tjooM iitco ui 1.1. Vinson nM.ijerinn lii n. in no Unlimited all Coupon Ticket (ttliiei in the Sout such customs are fast fading aw ay befoie (also on the Keservatioii) according toj 4. Imp IH0..0111, 6lh dtiin Ii) llrutu., ;lh dam Ii) lin linns foil rtli In tunc KM.I.KMAN .. lAIUtlS )ui will find ourjnd table, and ticket. Say M Spcdnl the instructions they receive from inN-- i tlie Kpisconal leligion The Agent has' get M011011 W ' .Ink o Moiinn, il )ou w.v t ' ilmil h old l.evtiuton, jit l.aiua.ter K tlmillet to taie niouc) and have a plcatanl Inurnev, sionnrk'ri and Government ollicials in the power and often performs the mar- dam hy Hurry Walker v Wnjlier i: O. McCOKMICK ' Il i. needle. Iom)' that fur hunicvv and .addle, (ieneral I'at.enger A'ent. CIikj. lien a buck steals a the arts of regular life and the wotward riage cereinony. and fr .Knott, heauty, nty r and e eitauee av a City Ticket Agcnlt and Utficert hreedcr, lliimlct ha. no uprrirr, and he tr.itixuit. march of civilization, which is now on girl itheir method) nnd takes her to his JJAZ, I. M. ToKMrNCK, u; 41I1 Ave., Louuville, K Ii, A llurKN-theeiiialitic to hi. olf.pelir; m tt, Cincinnati, Ol W9 Av the evo of crowing the Uiver. wigwam, leaving ponies to boothc tlie takrll of HIV nppr ..lliol of pavt faturi, Secon to Maud S lav l'.,t see and Nut-iand mi liidutetiicnl for (nine 111. iilaiKf I vtlHuivc Thi-- j stream has hitherto been the'"lead irate father and it reaches tlie ears of the premium, for the licit three ro I. Ii) Miii-c- t Jjo in Thi.nowder never vinti, to bo ihownin i8!--i at the Danville Kalr line" between the habitation of the Agent, he often compels them to marry Ircnctli and wholcomenei. A mirvcl ol purity KtUi.oii r i h) Krir..on (6in jo li.t (inod pa. lure uilf he fiirm.hed at $J 50 per More econoinir.il whites and vast square miles of mostly or be conllned in the Agency piisou. than the ordinary Lin l. and caiinut he void in nionih M) pcr.oua'and vpecla' atlciiiion i he the dam of thief, by joMemhruio I'aymavtcr, daiii tioliath to prevent the multitude of tbe daughter are the dam. ofMi. vn ilred j and hi. idlo lands, known us the Great Sioux This is to start them in the ri; lit road competition withpho.phite ponder. low te.t, .hurt Riven mnre. iluiu d any accident., but i t i in the J jo li.t welttht alum or Sold onlv ir- re. pun. ih e incur half brother tj Krit, rccorjufi LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE r.riii.uiijr KnVAt. IUkl.Nl, PtlW tIRR C'll., I I' SAND DO K i,l l.eservation, set apait entirely and alone and prevent polygamy, to which they on ear 2i!( at a $io,.old nnd told to Uobcrt Homier a lirt wall .street, .New Vork that ai;e fur for the Indians, over which they long are naturally inclined. There is one 'I I'ANCV SAUDI. RAILROAD. STAI.I.IOX. r"irt dam b) llodut by old 1'itot, .ire of Pilot Jr. have roamed undisturbed and un molest young man, perhaps IK) years old, who Jr .lied dam. ef Jav h)e uiniiij.)ht SPilotu8t,. Nutwood 1 f 'ie ttreat Ht .ml at . ed by the ceaseless struggle of supivma has stolen .JO wives. lie now lives with DENMARK, See i jointMaud Membrinu tiredt l.adylhurneIn Memhruio Chief the1 i8t. Woodford un.. Ilnnull , i THROUGH TRUNK LINE. cy ever taking place among their "pale the. last one, a French half breed, to I. a Candidate for to he!iHir of Foaled May 1, 1S79, i. a rich Mahoon) ba), 15,' J'l.k .Menibri.10 thief J J)t, IU) llcnrj 1 ) ,, hand, hijh, heavv mane and tail. i. vlriitly fine .Membrinu Mar tiy,, .Membrimi Pilot 1 17, Ninth face" brothers, contented with their whom he is married, owns a good farm, Sheriff,.ubjcctttlie.it.tiotiiifthedcmi:raov 1.. The and f.inc); Iv both a natural and plea. ant tiddler; Mir 1 toy, mode of life and their day dreams of the a few horses and cattle, and is doing well. Kriv.toii Jr i. a .olid bin k. 16 hand. hi;h and breed, fancy and whenquictl) driven in harueti Me 1. t)le on both weight itw pound Koc. like a trotter lieu a hor.e that rciuin-"Happy Hunting (..rounds" of the past Hut what a sad plight would he be in LOUIS SCHLEGEL, mdet to the third generation; it backed by thor mendv himtelf evenif he had nu pedigree, but otihhrcdt on hoth .idc, making him very active p..e'..ing the btood that he doet .hould make him and tlfe hereafter. us theone were his 2.1 other wives, not to mention and tpriKhtly in gait, in form and tiui.h aperfcil one of the crandevt Million, in Kentucky ScrI am about to write of will suddenly - With onlv be hUnumerouj imchIcI lie wat tired bv Suniiter Denmark, he by vicetwillhe Ooddard't Denmark, he hy (aine Croinwell't' IIICIIDC A Clfl Tfl inuvni, n uinr in rnai seen between the covers of such books as advance their claims. w.w iw . KV Denmark, he by the race hor.e. Denmark, he by Klfll.MON-lliinnt in runt, JOS. Ii. ItKAHAM, M. I). Imp. Mcdgcford Hit fir.l dam wav ired by Sir "Leather Stocking Tales," Schoolcraft's weaninjtimt, ValIace. he by To,lhunter Sir Wallace, he by Sir 'fl1l menu, ' ' Hh " niovuiif mare "Algic Researches," "Hiawatha" and ,,,I'JI'hotMjraphs 111.1II vtyle. and ie. Picture, in Albett. thoroughbred, ad dam bv Viruiniut, dam MT. SALEM. mouey due W ill alv, , land my line jack, , by Iranhy, thoroushbied he by the !firKiniu. ndii Ink-- Crayon and Witcr Color.. New Mrs. Eastman's Dacotah or "IegemN of Louisville ,'iAMm (lift ju Uttiii a Hi'iinKriui. at I M it. it r In .price. It seems late to plant Irish potntoci, the Sioux." ' PEACOCK, To Nashville, In one of the quiet valleys of the mis-- 1 but our farmers have ordered through TOM ROBINSON, Atjiuntame innditiont at above with J j added Memphis, if not paid before weaning lime . T. KichanN A Lo. several barrels of souri river ib a Sioux village composed Mel. 14 V, hand. S. O. DAVIS, high, black with final) point, and general make-- , Atlanta, Sou of WhI aie Denmirk above; l.t dam by Milof "tipiies" or wigwams and small log seed potatoes, which they are going to r. .s pOWKt.t. ler'. Denmark, he hy the rate horve, Denmark, up tir.t via... houses. A sojourner in this valley on plant the last, of this week. The late PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, hi. dam 1' orire ; id dam hy Montgomery, ()i I woand a half mile, vcr, jili.nii by o d Drennon I m 1. a finctthaped Mutionvillcand Libert)from Mu.tou. die on the I urnpike (load Lincoln that afternoon during the twilight hours! frost ruined all the potatoes that were Little Rock, hor4,h ack with heav y mane and tail, i.v handt count) MT VKKNO.V.KV. high, 1. a n.uur.i Mdderandwi.i warrant him a or "in tho gloaming" would have heard up in this .section. Mobile and New Orleans. .addle breeder. The new wagon factory and grist Office nevt door to U'hiteheid. Druj Store. the regular and bonorous tuni, turn of! (D, Nowport News & Miss.Valley Co. an Indian drum which announced that ' mill of John Itouta .V Co., late of Mercer Specialattentiongiven to di.ea.e. of chil.lren ASII- a feast or dance wa about to take place. county, was entirely consumed by lire 'I In. fine lack i. by I, lanl, he by Imp. Palermo,, This was the invitation. As soon as the j last Thursday at Yosemite. I.o.ss about Onl) ore . ane to polntt in itt dam bv Kobinton't stmpton, he b) Imp Mam moth, d dam by Imp HertranJ Jaco' ivt dam twilight began to change to moonlight highly do and no insurance. So hy lilac. Hawk, ad dam b) 1'ippacauoe THE FLORENCE MV MhlkuPOI.ir.VN. it,,. "the wedding jcuevua.vembled the citizens estimate the worth of the! ja. , )eart old, 13K Sou of Kyd)k' Mamhlelutnia '. W'ltuanaml.oiiie"'" no,e: w'" "ne handt ",,h Clad in all their richest raiment, J fe" Dam. IOKH K. HING hAhty men composing the linn and the value EMIGRANTS Kobe, of fur and belt, of wampum, II) IILOOD CMIKI'. 7,1. lhealiove .tock will make the .eat-i- of iSJJ at . of their enterprise to the community thut Sir of Kuhmwn, J MS' Splendid with their paint and plumaje, my l.irm 3VJ Seekin; home, 0.1 the line ..f thu road will tectite e. from Muttonville near tarpeii I hate bought the list is going the rounds a lleautiful with beads and tat.elt." ruht to ell the Plorcnre ter'nStation, and wihbe permitied lo.crve b) the! Metropolitan, h) Kjrd)k'v Mamblttnuiiii, dim Snenal rale.. "a,hing Machine and am now H)auiiili h) Volumrrr, graudam Clara, dam f tn.urance, "ee anenlt m.thit Company for rate, routThe ceremony took place in a long log and the people are donating llO(.r.lllv 111 all ho may with to tave their prepared to furni.h Uf Al I APC T IO en Dictator, by .seejv . A mem clothe, from the Siar ,Vc or wrue to AT rubbing and tearing incident to the old procett of nn,Lnbc n' 9l lUPfl . i.1 Oil, Tnu Al O.UU, Mctropolltvii u ackiiowlcdrd b nil in he one ItAikciii i ntiik Iajj tiil'st i It rk(t.kk t. V AIMOKh ( I K T A , ....v. .. v,..t cue l ti.e... ......ill. n.lllici.,........m.. .u.. wa.hlnu. rakon.an.llrv i, ...! I..;.-.1.- " of the be. I, rml by tnauv lh ver Wit bml ui l.oui.tillr, Ky J.( () atjjjforj.i k colt and 13 for Jennet not worry )ouabout bu)inK unlets )ouarc lion r.rr foaled A little boy of Mr. Allen ltodgers ni Ml. full m.ier, Krua Victoria, ed, on the opposite the men, each sitting i .old at Ihr Mcl'cir.iii .aluor highr.l Ih on the dirt floor ill circles bittell by ii Iliad dog II few rThe unde'riigned ha'e purcha.ed the Florence WHS a M?clk c0"n,,f ' '"V ta" and breeding wi I price ever paid for a brood mire at puhln tale i'wo fillu-a.ning macnine anu alter ilrmn Tin, iikiii ilotuxi i.oin.. (I.wt ..1. !,.. utv oiiii... lint if la lint tluilli'lit ilnmri'i-- lane pica.urein addiiigour a thoroueh trial, we .km. 111, ,jibiii lu .iicniniii 'orv,ra.. lunil.neu werr rvrrt by Mrtropolltau, iiiiibir of which ' ' ! oei ore removal "" ' "' teitiniony to it worth, ' ol ,"cl',"C- '"''" hoikl .ingli'. told at public tale for Itv for accident, or programme, l'eihaps fight Or tell UK'!! Oils. The same "log gave Mt. Slletll a' and without heitation pronounce it a tuccevt in Jl J averaging $4oi jo fPun.ibi forfeit, ' """ "h lock CPC'the in.urance. lllood tliitf b doing all that I. claimed for It: Mood . HUrV llawk. dam 8...1!. ..l II 1... t. .1 Ul " II f i". ev"V PV.tlfular. i.. .. . in a ouiuiici un 11, uuiu-- i me 11111111, ...,ll jui-- i ..ti ...ill- m uaugtierty, J w, Wallace, Dr. lUiirne, 1111m1.11, nine Ml.. Duncan bv Scott Miehlandpr. ii i... l.v Kk J S I KKI.K C KPK ' A IllonJ Chief tirrd PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS - Aratut, ird d un by and pounded with regular rhvthm each ' "chaps" of the place are to be found at ?.I'V, J'r s.hJ' l.ynn, c,Si',e. '" I'erkint i.eu " Woolev lini i i Kan n it' Kobin.oii ,irf tut. l,"Jderar, J. ., auoy, Dawton, t Chief j 1) llhioil't Hlack llawk irrd ih damt or perched upon the fence Mm. Amanda Peak, Ceorge Peyton, Aie iioiu-- , at the same giving vent to "blood- - the Jr j.7ia,w, V'j.l,?,,SVS,"ht'"V' K 1 antUlBIOR idfl of on Artum j lyS and Xlmout Protirne , iand freezing" yells, but in cho.us uitb the near by. Thedog came up slobbering grandam of llratheld ao and ij To WaHhliiRton, Richmond and llryanaiid Kmgold arc full brthrr Itr) an M.r. Kl.klN. n tiim cvliii'li ... fin," .1 illioti will tn in ml nf tlm .Irifiii. Tim iLuw.i.i-- j .lrr, ninl itriik-i.i-l r. ..ui. nuLi th . i.nn ..I .9vC ..i jear. old and Kuign d Hradoualler. At f s Mm..' .in.. rhl. lloih air ba)t ijk my farm, tt mllcn f mm Stanford, un the Minfnrd handt high and rttremf ) fine and t)lih V their mantles and rise, naked with the I'at Richards. Someone discovered that Old Point Comfort. mak- - thi Mfi.on of 11! at m) ttah .mil Danville put-at Mmr and exception of a G. string and breech it was a mad dog and yelled this horn'-stall' K) two tm i. north of Mu.loiiti inr iiu.iuuii ir .v rant r luriipitc, AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. clout, ornamentally frescoed from head hie fact to the children, who deinonstra-- ; I foot in livid colon.. ted that there are more ways of getting to AT $ I 2.50 TO INSURE A LI VINC COLT. To Around their Detcriptlon and Pedigree -- Vermont MatnMcLouIhvUo and Otncllnnnti Ionian it a black hr.c, foiled in iVO, 16 handt necks bands of otter tail, set with small, on" of a fence than one. Some descend-- , ritained u a'l c. 1. If mi) man-i- t rr bred high, tun white feet behind, tired by illUm C mne. ti nt direct for all points ' in the ' T"E CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Welch, h Itvd)k'i llatnhletnnian, 1.1 dam Katie to another horv nr traded, m ne) i I b due round mirrors, giaduated in size, a head ed bead downward, while others turned fiuni.hr-- i at $1 tu per month Orimc-tad dam III ack .Swan, lira., will In (lill'a Can ' on tne NORTH-WES- T tlress ot eagle leatliers lalling down the somersaults uactcwiini ami "in win i. taken to anid.Mii, or r.. api"., but WEST AND ,.""m rfc"n,' e'i"'pp "ne Koiier mi m by Hciiir. Vork.hire.bv imp v.irk.hirc, id dam no re.tmiMibi 111 picveiit unv xhou it h.V Sir uirur Imnk Hnii.lllx.IUnt tl... wrist- - n,l Kv mnc J,l,. of the fettc... At the mmo W s WlfillAM, Mjrrland Kt ,i m Archv , ith dam Hinily .Spied, bv Imp Leviathan, SOUTH-WESrun nam ny lircdndrlvrr; cm nam tiy ankles keep time exactly in their many time the milkmaid.s were displaying; dam hv .Maryland I'lm nix, 'ith dam l) Man may concern that we are m the 7th gvnitions and muscular contortions, to! some marvelous activity by clearing "ormnon;' your ,,. , umvi, .ur i.ini No u.iii to buy IN trnctsoi ij, 'j;. wheat and corn and will al- iiiii.i, .innrucc ..j.stun Day payx ii) letltes at one leap, wayt give the hishevt market price for tame. We .spccti llainhlctonlaii I nook v lug ihortc, with Vcr the drillll. Daily Ki .. Sun a line, inont the !me. "e n,th,.ne'" ,0.0,,r tore breeder, nnrin.r tbis i,..rio.l tin. ii,iiw..t!v. which would lower the record of anvcir-- . !,?1! id' anu t.o now mane meal lo torn "'"' tines ttvlc and kihhI lione, nut n i I.e Louitiille vmt an uaiiiiicu. cannot be equalled by p m 6 $0 a ti tirc-by Willfain clch, the .ire nl Prince Impcri be-- ! P?on it Arr Levinston ji an) other mill bride sits with covered face ninoni; the ens rider. In nine seconds fnim the a a a can ji', ikli x. It I lrcd hi Irot in "iii.no CMtAss Kfn-ri- o. e tolictt a trial in our Hour and al, ii,, Jeii'tniali in tnit icinity " White aulphur Spun.., it ) in 11 So a r m ilium U S 10 i pi better " Chaikit.ville VMJiintt ot women. Hie brnlegroom ia called for ginning ... this cyclone. the earth was meal deuartmeui All hniji umin m ..n. t.n... djk'norllainhlctonlaii, private tccoid a, itt lt p m ti 40 a J l dim , . ... .. 11 i, " Kichmoml .... lor tale win n rue p ni so p 9 is found to be missing ins lie wiute witli iiiiik aim cieareu 01 numani- - ace... .im r,eV, n kii ;. ih. JL"": !.... r," the dam (if Kudin'a I'miie, i tj, and liy Imported when he "V: "7 iiiiIcm, THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE " Newport New. IS a m o ) p r: totto) " (MdPiMHt Cswfort is supposed to be bashful and runs off' ty for miles around. l Sir. iti stock. for m"- "ran amf .hip.iuT aiwa)t Truttcc (.on ofhv a miiiand tire nl jo hv trotter, nf Mainlirino, it in a m J u p n rruttec. a dam Imp " Norfolk Viriiiont IhIiik .iKrandttmnf the great ' ro Hi m 7 40 p W allilngtnfl and hides). Several are sent in search Sttpt.. Stanford Holler Mill to Ilytdvk ILiiiibletoiii.nl, the graudutt iji tf 9 40 p m tire living,, " llalttmora CENTRAL KENTUCKY Resolutions of Condolence. 15 p ni (nil's Vermont cotnhint-dhv thor n n and hacked of him when he is filially found and ' " PhlUdelphia , iiighhred,ivillinakc .itiiie ttin k hortc Itvtdtk'a j in a in oil a tak- I .all I'm ,1. " Ne ork broutrht to the door. In the meantiunl WiiKitKv-- Our loving Father has .. o In a ml 6 01 m .... llainhletonlan, ny .Midall in, .i.ii ol .M.iinriiu,, m WW VW " rti'r, II Jl tho mother of the bride has stretched e Uom ,,,,r ,n"(Ut (,,,r ,k'i,r QQ7C .Um bv imp ii.lii..u,.dtr. i dam b, iii,i.p-- SQBTH, ,EA ST, WEST A ND I.e.liiKton Dm. Inn Trinitron hy Central ti n,l while e recognise I , 5 COL U. , Line rain, ea.t of lluntin.-invards of calico, blankets, etc., Ac, .0 the U'k' """U-yrun hy lime, which I. aac hour fa.ler than Centra "illation the Hand that doeth all "centre of the room p., which he alone is ttiXZg&l', '" H1,11, an'1 tune. ADDITIONAL 'IRAINS.-N- b. ' ,,"m ,,v Utrraiid, sire nl the dam st Nel- Private trial at j vcain of age nn half mile track to . daily e, allowed to walk, where he kneels with tlli"K'i FAST LINE BETWEEN ceptSunda,lavf Kl.ve II1II4 4 i: Mt. Sier , ,u ii.ini ii ,.i.iiciuci.t, tnc- in inc vvaon 1 ii in ciiav, vViikkkv-Tlie Young People's Mis- -' , !...,- (lain of tlim.IT. tl (Jill t Vermont Is the Ire nf D.irl. li.ii. i:U luod. hi..!. lin;ciiam.arrirc l.ctiniilunt j 'II,.. it bowed head. Several mystic performraj arrive a Cincinniti nt iiichr.ter Ill.ick .Maria, K.',, the hlKhett Jsa m. ances are held over him by the dancers. SlOiiarV MJCIUtV of the Christian Church the hc.threedir andthe public at hrnl home in llonncrllo) ,iij, pjj, , iiltn tire j of the I.adv ()aof LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. Nn IJ, daily eveept Sundat, leave Cinctnnai il;iin. J l"an i Kentucky offered to S"i low . price p in. L.tinlon j jt p ,, Jri(e of OJIC and nn term, to liberal (iambttt.i W ilket a ., The KinK a n,li. Nctlle I. s,e,ln,. One individual is presented a pony by has especially to lllOlirn .11 4 a ij', Oull.iw , I.ad DavU i JlS Ilk. "..Il y..ll... )(, I'carl . '.'. n n daily. 11,11... Porje at 7 00 a ni No. j, aa.e Clifton IN HHiT M the girl's father to dance a special step Ol its piirtSl llieillUirS, UlLrtlOH, Iletrice.i,a-- lad) Palihen ijAh. ant hfenTnqiirp Jl ialVing OOlt. luckyOcntltman a U l Cliaile.tonu top in. arrne A.hLnd J 4a n m ..I,, and tire ol the .l dan, nf KlOI.KI, That we, the members of and sing iiftong in the Winnebago lan Colum'ut 11 i p m . " "kLdTii'lmM.loi.ian.Ur awi.,ii..i,. .ir. f South Hound No. 6, dally leai e Ashland wh.kinm micawiibu ,Wl this society, do pledge the bereaved i.a- 10 a m, guage. During tho performance niena . r., r., ... 1. 1 .. I harlctton u nn Cliftcin l',,,.. . ui .. arrive at ny cnuric Kent mareSun inter 17; Itt f niack Prince , Pall) Sun. Pullman blscplnj Cart on all through train. iS, ,nu nir Imb llcllfounder;clam ces are made toward the kneclin'room; ' nMt- - Ulu'k' Ul"1 a,u,t' 0,,r lll'i"t",t .vm- - w 31I1I.1111 One Kve, l hv lliahnp ,lk-3 Ihe d"" ol "1,ck '- Old Doiminau'.SicaRithip. leave Noilork on Mo, i : Covinf ion llamhtctoman: til dam Sllvert lil.bv Imp Mn. ' 1" a I .11 p in dap, riictday. he never mixi lilt head, therein- show- -' l,atl,'- "J uUr l'"1.'" tov tlie Wetln edne.di. huridiv and iatur Kytdvk's ll p in p tn day at tenuer is the tire nt Lvc Kalwouth... .'O 01 Dam .u.l.r.v. nf UUu vvho ,,,ls w:,i'1' ",Jlt,8St''1 1,rL' they i p ni for Net i'rk. III IO .4 p m a j OJ a is.iiui.iitiicrs ivitn ruciims ot 1311 nr I.re Cynlhiana p in inu his braverv. The cuilliliei or peace . for lukelt. Kate.. Iiifi'iinaiiun nr in..i.. ni 10 ja p in Arr I'artt Il 40 p t'mier; 1110 oiineiiini.ii innKBi j ii nu :..... l UIU mount lor lliey hikiii nccoununeil. ..!..,. .,.,.1 n M.,.Mi.I, ,ir. .. Tr t:joU.amlt hedamnf Albrn Kr I 10 p m tliket'ithienr addr-t"' m Arr Lexington. IJ JO jo i i ip j others with records of in nr better mt .1. and Willun, a:io)f. W C WICKII M. It. Will 1.1 u nan i.w.tw genue ami VeriniiHt DniriiuiK's) bv Illll'i lllack Hawk, I.v e Pari soi.vKn, tribute.! sacied properticH. are passed! 50 u l m 5 .'o p in lie KiJ V m 8 "5 p m (enl Patt r ,gi. Hy IliSDYK'.S HA.MI1LKTONIA.V xlru nf r.tlun Allen a iSfc Duwii-" Vcnnuut Arr W'mchatUr. n, , life nhall be an over hiH head. The father rini-- and sm'et- Is sire nf the (l.liiu nl I. insula, 16, and also Arr Itlchmotid in .: . f, nt 7 o p in Cratuldam I.ADV ORISWOI.D aire nf the dam ut MiiHihrlno Ilruic, thu aire nt Arr I. is cactter. ,.J ; ip t m p m a bpceeh "ive.s nwav hih ,lU1j,iei. tut. to ih in our woik, and that iter mot llclle Wil.on t SK n p m . ' 1 a Arr htanford p in Trial tn iv.1011 a:i Hill's lllack Hunk, lit Sherman Mori'im. iImih l,v KieiKHi3 iwith ponies if he has them.) Tiii.s con- t0ll "l journey is vtj p w I'S KLVINC MORRA.V Hill's mark Muni. n Ihe Arr Uitea m.iri' n ended oiir-s- . no that when our imW tin. i...r..iiiniit. .111.1 tin. airuuf llclle nf .VirutniM 1 ay, L.iiurt .., ....... i,.:.. .1... f.iit. T.i ' Arr Letilitftlm... . . . . W'ilklns Mlcavvliurvvairi.'illivltvi.ilrL'i . i...i Vouuif than Allen 1 Hi. and nertca "(led lord, from their Mail.lpoillt, llSIS to dam I.adv llrmvn, .f.i,,r,,f' pf.kYiick -C- HICKEN "nu"' nK' luu' "'"., ."'" "" ""l" 1 nil. ui III it siiVi ti its lit iimn- - aif irLiinirv tl.? t, Hint la tits. a.lrjt nf No. j. N,.. S Xi. 1. Tweed, i JW, Tennettre 1 , and love, honor mul respect his wife. V'r'r'mcc'Vo,, h'r'iim'V St!,r,,r',,1v d"!' '' lion. tho He M "w amnwl the white th.ione. lit n founder nl the crre.it lllack Huwk lamlh onnji IVople'H Missionary M.cicty of Kctfp.c-- . .a. takes his nlace amonir the uu-- t nml " ll.ik In the .. . ..... lie S 1.1 a Ut men tilling and left hut lew that rt'iircsKntuilvt...mid femah- line inci of iwur l.ve I.IHB.tloll. Cholera Cure ! !Mlk .'" better tin- - Cbiistinii KanI Oil .toil, III1UII, the festivities, proceed. HI to 5 Then come ...,., ... vetea ..1 ......., - li....lio,. .....1 ti ,.ci....'. 1.. ii.t ..1. .,..1.... coi: ,,.lllltfrilllllllslrrcMlMleed. rlrl. promise ,,,,,i , i.... ." n m Arr Kichmond... .und'iut in.ikt iiinn, nl a a aS, dam a Mci-ii(-Iifiv IiKMKItr, ) sdiiaws beaiiiiL' laiue kettles of dm? 'sottti. (7 ... .i' vi ..?., marc 1...' nin.t and ;, Hi,. nil Ihe i,,.i.'..i a ml 1 ij u m .. ...... . .iv. "lJ KMM.V I'l'ItVIS, leu 0ommittee, htlld. lirUPant carcc LotliMortnii trackNciv Inmk, from I.i.iiiiniju.sin. in Cnntidcnic aiiiivvTi,Cnluinbu 1.. 'l.. Siia(nri... ..' .Majnr Ihninav nt genuine Indian dog, fattened, knocked a in l.aneatlcr... 43 am., nl an id 1, is. .1. II. H.IM.V. J vvrnte ut that he refuted for Wilkin. .Mli.iwon in,. jo v.i,,,,,!,,,, ,. 11,.. .,,,,, . ...i. .,,,.1 v....... 1:. Arr U climwtd... in the head, hinged on a ,..,.....iltti Mini irn- ,.. ilrlc nr tiiivM.ii .sis......irr .. ... - UJ'C ' Ilti1iila.ist.ira.atl Ilia .t utti it IX11 I.ve Kichmoud. I jo p nn 6 5a a in ... ....w. i """ illlll.llt. iria. a ' . . unit .. il as mo.-.-t f'.tl II.... il... -i a.to tempt..1 MOWL5 p h" il tlie appetite ot tlie 10 a in', The Sher H of St. Louis c,iunty, Mo., .""'" '.,7, ,'v""",f Columhii.:s1,,",10I- tire - ,"' Arr W inchetier 1 S P in 7 a$ a in ... v. coiiMiicrcu i .1.11 in tic in. .ri. ' nty, J .171 uuiil' m Arr Parit fastidious braves. Over this the dances accompanied bv a posse of deputies, vi'iiii Mumh hcriircedcr.H su.t.iincd the louf mm that "tn 705 a in. 3 m p m Lit Lexington .. 3 CO P '" "" " '" M lhe become wilder and faster "till the ,.,M went to St. Charles to arrest three men I.ve Pan. in 8 jo a S J 40 P in I.ve Cvnthiana p ml tt aA a to p m Kntwl,M "" VlU,tl Jr' ,,,om' I.Ve alllMllltll... and air together sweep in cddic round for stealing a ferry boat. A light with duft.ifftffi p li'aMo Kcnluikv 10 nj a in) 5 5 P m 5 0 (.1 p 111,11 ii a Arr Cnvinifton .. ....nl(,.,l !.. o 50 p in and Ii it tired in; ton wlm liavu tired nvrriuw. . about thi'tti." One of tboin ii'iirluw intu ....... .1.1,1 ili.i.nlv a ,V performers and ha hired the the kettle and .securing the dogs head was ....'. and two others badlv wound-- ; funncm with records nf .to and dam. ot ifrnviiiir killed Letter, On the .Mavtville Hrancli, No, leave WILKES. I'aiit at . . .. fir,i,r.,.,ll,.v . , . ...III.... . aaa n, am and No. 11. at 510, p .itrlvln at nrm 111 liisgrasi ami winning on tiptoe . I'll, ...1 ..... .... n . iseu iiisiiiiiiniiicd uni.lllsasatl... lrrf..lll'.t v.v. p. !.... ..,..,. ... .....i. ....... . Till . ine Mii'ini ...... .in. 1..,. ... that h.i :iii,ii..i.,.,i ......... v I..1IVJ1. inone of...hit three ureatctt daughter. I The milt .ib tniini; ttallinn villi make thetci.iin at the Mat.iillc at in jo, a m, and 740, p m. No. in i presents its nose to tlie four winds ofiitis not known wbctlier lie was .uni' pfiie and will he limited to twentv marc". leaves .Ma) tulle al ft on, a in, arriving at Pant at hnrse uppruachinK Html k'a Ilamliletoiui n sire 830, am. No ii leaves .Maytville at 10; and Kach warrior then rises and tured by the outlaws or is still running lirmlucintfil.ini'. American Stir, the sire nf These train are arrivus at Pari, it 3 jj, i AT $15 TO INSURE, L.idyllrimu, the dam of U'ilklns Mic.ivtlier We' it. my cvcept Miiiuav relates his deeds of luavery and how for hif life. know the lircvilinir of HAHKAWAY will Liar ,1,1 ll' ...... 1.......,,. .." -IIIC...I. (.oMiislou at li.Mlll.I arrives at "....--..the closest unul)it and we havu every ronrideitce .Oll It . HO in flMlllllll. IP l.l III llllll many Hlackfeet, Hccs and I'oncas he has hiidoiiinve.tlLMtliiL'thopedlL'rce tint .faiiiioimi ai to io The (loose bone foretells the weather lli.it he will produce speed and wcLelleie thnte nf thehett hrcilvnunif hnre. tnutli nf in. I. .niv leavet falinouth jo 4a10 pm,nunuay oniv Covliiytoii arrive, at the Itiver ellt on the long and dreary journey to but who can tell when you will need natronirlntr him will realize us much profit frnui tie lias lite blood ol (ienrue vilkc, Aiucricin '" " " " '"""at No 1; leave. I.ettni; tiroduce as Irnm the produce of any hor.e in Clay tun 7 15 p Paris arrives v.' 751 p nt. Nn. alette "the land of the hereafter." The guests fatl tltj.f,U I'll ItflL'llM rhousands of dollars worth of tvltfil. a the land, and hit fillies Muiuld make tirooil mare dueer and .Mctvencr tn h.ti k htm lor a spied pro Covington in, an p . ,. Tlt .....--- . arrive. I'almottth 710 p'm $ . WMI... .. 1. worthy the emlirace ok. the liluest hlood Ilreedchickens die every year from Choi, No j leaves Katmoulh at t 50 a m. arrive, at Covpur- - aXwk u.et. sertcu u rup, i,,r ...I ato Al w.i.c.l Pedigree -- Kennv Wilkes via sired hy I.tle ,,,m(I( fo,. tlimV 0 tMlng .'":..I VI illln VC'llb., . ... . ., .... IIUIl HI 7 SO a . .... Iinv.n n .11. I. ......I...... ......... ... .. II era. It more fatal A.. .iui uiiiiciti:. IV'llktM. .Am .1... ... ...,,,.,w " nn.. ..,l ..,. jiuou Minion inn jiuii in lujig lioriieil When VOU Will lieeU... t It. II It IllllS tOCUle :.. '7iT",t,.'i. '' .1 t.um. to Zelkahywd idlll.iw.itha, lull hitter to .Maud W. NO I K. '..... .. 3...1. a,...,. daily between Win- - all otherisdiseases to chickens than I rims and 4are Mains j if. spoon. It is needles.s to say they eat VOUr dam Tina hv .M.iiiilirhio combined. Hut the Ot,NKy, Ui. , M;,r. ,o, Cincinnati! other other IllOliey Will bo refunded by McliObwlm discovery ol u remedy uiitt positively l7. sire of the dan. nfa 6'; iLiin hv Dinvninu'i Hay c,'"". daily curept " Sunday, with avidity and it is considered most tral'i. are Harkaway never made what could lie .Maud s flN .1 ......... Clie.aneake Ohio itformade atSterlilii!. Ashland. ones it has been nwtle, and to be cont inchctter with Direct connection ealleJ a season In lila life until von In.,,,.,, Mr.vn,.,r ..I, .. I... 0..,,,,., i..ir.. impolite no matter how plentifully hel ' i Our nenole nern .ih.nliitelv .' Mt. ft i... it. ..r rtl, ,,,, l.. in tl... vinced of its efficacy only requires a Charle.tan, W Va. and Lattcrn cities I'he Kev.Ceo. II. I'hayer, of Ilourhon, Ind. ' the trotter lleserved twu marcs when three tears ed to leave anything but the bones. I.jle Wlket ajo ton ot (ieore Wilkes ; itt lliuilmaton. FASli1','INK " u'n1 n" 4 rJ!" "', JJ,,,ch"' lives to ' "Uand gpt mo colts, Loth owned here, and you ' ilain Lou Coon, bv American Clay, ail dam Nn. trial. . 1 ayf 'llg,h mytelf and wife owe bottle iV enough for It is tame indeed to lead this descrip- Sh'loh'sCou.umn.ionCur... MeRoberu Sl. f.?"4i V";h one hundred chickens, tit is ' " J J Hiivnil .".1 ,...,,, mares lllllllllll.l lT r(.I He nl Imp" Albion, dam Duther'a Maidlllll.llll I. tion as words cannot describe it. NothAre yau made miserable by Indijevtion, Comt left than (oo tn $500, oul ot coininon bt .Mambriun chetterand WathiiiKtou If, after usihg.to thirds of Through ing short of the sight and hounds could p.ttion, Dirtiness, Lots f Appetite, Vcllow Skin? served In lus whole lllcaj mares and ;ot 19 foals. nicsseiiKer jjowiiiiil's nay .iit'vetit;er ti in destination ticket and abaggage checked to any reached Ly railroad. he ran wild In pasture and cov. nlners, dam lit' Imp .lecm:er a bottle, the buyer is nbLfhoioughly For several years Downing'" Hay a polllve cure. McKohcrtv give one the thrilling sensations or an billion's Vitalirer It ered no marcs, during the tune I was trying to MesseiiKc-rlthe xircof Lady Martin 1 it, ijiu VK.For full particular, addres-- .S. P. agent of the Co, satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken II. .MOKSK, II. 1IAC0N. whether I would jjo under or stay on ton of the Porter a iVA. MambniHi slrenfficn. idea of how wild and weird it in. .Suili- - .V StaKif ravclipij Pan R'r Act., len Patt'it'r Azt., H II. C.StMis, hom.ct, who tired Scott Tliuums J Jl, Cholera.-retur- n fenre ,SIiloi't Catarrh Kcmedy, a po.itiie cure for sod. it to the undei signed Lexington, Ky. Covington, Ky. AddriM W. A. UUSSKl.L.or and Lady K.J cient to Hajtonuisport one fnnn "tiod's j yatarrh, D(pntneri.1 anj . MClluii and your money will be refunded. ILK. IIUNTINtil ON. C.eneral Mtmgtr. J. II. I'.NCiI.K.MAN, I'HOS.C. KOHINSON, Aeountry'nmniiia'ii"t him in their midst, ) erttfv m. Dat.ville, Kv. 7tf Minfnrd, Ky, Kor aonOffloos, Covington, Kentucky, Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal SANIIGE BZ.T7XMOITT. , - Hamlet Donmark Ii hti),tr-mi- i I.atic.-i.trr- Cv9- -" ! J'.1 , - dicss-Dakot- "". A NEW FAST MAIL 1 - .!- -. tin-hf- 1 ; , i vi ' -- - yiMr-H...-.I..- I 111 '': 111 ." 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