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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888061201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. THE TICKET AND PLATFORM. Vt" What Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 12, d888. NO. 35 CO!) IS IJIVK AN!) XOTIIINT, KI.SF. JMtA-IH- IsThouohtofThcmby the Prose Public. anil Mr. Springer, of IHiiuiN: "It is n tirk-- ) ft of jjhuiK It h :i" lii nt oni end im it t tin other. It will In Mmnjr witlij I (tov. MiC'triiiy: "It In Kiolitlnniiul. Wi am KoiiiK to' ki'op nil wo not in hml will in iiiv opinion train mhiii votoe in tlu Norliwt'ct." Dotiult Free Prom: "The nomiiution of Mian (i. Tliutiiiuii for ioiiiploten inul ioiiikN out the iliMiiocr.it-ticket into pcrfcit nyininrtiy. Like Mr, Clovoliiiul, lie tin noiuinco of tin i.irtv, not nu'rt'ly of tlic convention." 11 nil people wile vutnt u plum mill xinipli foim of nwiiiuuMit. Tin- - plntfniiu in I'wr.vtliiiiu tlmt could lie tteniriMl." THIC J,OKI). Vii-PriMUi- it u Uiilsvllli' Pint- "While the ilcnioc nuy Iimh a weak platform, it lint a Mronn ticket, and as tho jeople voto for men and part, ami not fort lie nieaninjjlc.ss, tiruinlnoH of 'policy' of the latter, theie i un excellent oliauce mr Hr. xmvi1. in Noveinher." Sew York Herald "It in tin jjooil a platform iw wan eei adopted hy a con-vention, clear, Htraltrhtforwiinl. without What Itdc! )uihl)lMirdouhle-dealln- . dan'Mioncernint: proiniM-- redeemed in what it proiuUei the ticket u.inui pleted ' , 1 , Itocr tj. .Mill. "Tin tickiti all that wo conlil ack. A to tin- - tntill plunk U I I nio niv tlmt luul I fiumoil it inyn-ltnmk I should Jinv- - written it ililloii'iitly. ' I . . .. I -i nir .is jieneno principle jjo, oowever, tlu platform in every way .strong enough, ami we hhoul'l not forget that' after all it h the piinelple we are for." Hilly Hreckinriiltie. "It Niipvuttii-l- ; i't. The country lini had a chance to judire of ('leu-land-, and Thniman in a niau of national teputatioii. He foUron". cvci vwncie aim went now nore. in mv opinion he is the hot man who could have heeu put on the ticket. Ah I'm the tarill plank, I am Nitiilied with what liai Won ilono." N. Y. World"It is a Mronir ticket which the democratic convention corn-truf ..1 i con-temli' - i,i;rn:i fiiom .i:oit(;i:u i.ausks .IlNllS, ISSS, brief lei tute, "gentle" Walton (by the way what kin am you to old "laak," the jut ion saint of the Usher folk'.'i, 011 your extravapim e. Ho you think, my dear boy, that I have nothing to do but write letteis for the Joritx vi,, that you make such a reckless use of my brains as to scatter them over .IJ coliiiiins at a time" I niitrht have borne it on the fhst paj,'e, or' inside, but to be pilloried on the Ith p.uro. whom yon piint "Tales of a Detective," and Cave" I'ltVNKI.IN. Di:m: Lntkiiioie: A -- K., Ixn-iiiiii- i H m ohiic ijmti; well, if I weie not s,itur-ato- d h t the nomination of' t. (.'lev eland a the repre-- j "The plaiin;: With I'resid.-nof Tliiirtnuii'H name on the ticket unikc tentative of the principle of tax ledm-th- e ote of California certain for the tion through turill teforin, and .lude (Utnoenit. He Im ninny been with Thurman ah a etenin xtntesiuuii, Iiom us on the Chineno ritiCKtion. Hih finan- name it a synonym for hoiiet, munve tlal view.s uiviiNo perfeitly mitixftutorv uinl tldelily to the constitution, the tick- et ajipenln both to the judgment ami to I1H tn the interest and the "Cleveland the Ivouisxille Coiuiuercial' and Thurimiii lepivheiit the bent .nid feelinirof every democratic oter in the HKHt iiiiccehful elements of their party. land." Louinvillo Tiinof "The platform is all .No tront;cr combination could have jinn- - light. It interprets the taritl' plank of Ken made. A more moiiiiiii-jlcIVrri. wi. i. Do you "h'tch ns Cleveland construed it in his ditrcstiou. bleof word.s, as mpirds the tarill, could Im en utile wane lat annual to Coupons and as on." dear.' priMmed, not hnve The family incident alluded to is one huiigllii;; printer hnuld "pi" the die- -' the Ways and Mean committee that Im invaded mom family ciicles - n'tuoil it in the Mills Mill. i The issue ami send the tot in to piess withthe adiniiiistr.ition. the and the than mini. Itoaidin with us at the out rmision." Roisseau House is bright faced, intolli-jronof and taritl' bill. The republicans oppose-alNew Yotk Sun talkative little lady from the Hoosier ' nutiileiiiiM'nitic). Asa matter of com- - them, the deunx rat indorse all of them Mate, who is the very ollicient ajrent of it is a cIiiiiim, iiiconuruous, Let the republicans abuse the platlorm much as thev wish; it is "oiim toi the "National (iarnient Cutter." You nhepy jiiece of work, and an for princi-l- a will have to advertise thorn jjratis if you pits, the whole of it is eoutained in the drive noilenioci-.i- t from the suppoit of print this letter. Tor the attractive pertlrt twelve lines. In this declaration the ticket, and it is the very best ticket son, who represents that wondeiful infrom the' that could hae been selei-tethe whole clulxirato reasoning of Pre-imessage apiinst any ,111011 than r,(KX),(H)i) deni.'ratic oter terest here, talked us all into the notion di nt Cleveland' of tryinjr it in no time, (ieorjro is thear-is-t millet ion of the internal teeniie is in the I'nited Mate. It will run like of th f rnilv and decided that plUhcd overlxunl. we trust with his full the cholera." sin should jo first. And when, after a v't. I.ouis Republic: "No ticket put in o)iisent." "The ticket the Held by the democratic party has" few hours of study of the "machine" she Cleveland I'laindealer "under-body,- " r or Itisiuxul- - ever been pliued theie under more f.i- - produced an Mtisfie eveiy reptirenienl. else pjrtaiuiiijr to the tndescriba 'Mijnt of attack. It emble auspices, or with a more asMtrod uenible from every bio oouiplicatious of feminine apparel, ttpK'iilrt to the reason and calm judgment pruiuise of m cess. It is stiont: in the - that fitted Marie "like paper on; tho ol the jH'ople, not less than to the en- - conditions and circumstances that uiwall," we c.xohainrod faith forsijrht and tluisintic tlevotiou of the p.nty to ii imiml it. Of the platform put forth by jrroW rapturouslyonthusiastie. Reniem. Thu platfotm the convention, it may be siid it cloes Vri..itct livintrstiitesiimn. one political war and open another. It ber, Ueorp' didn't know a "j,'iiset" from is a conservative tateiuent, yet it make a "lund," or the difrerenco between a a lolil prcM'laniutinn on the vital issues oloos the era of campaigns foittrhtouthe dead and buried issues of the war, andof "hem" ami a "tuck." Taken away from that are actually before the comitiy and school and tinning evanelistj.immedi which have to lie faced and settled in dexterous evasions of the livinir issue. and it marks tin opening of a new era,! atoly, without the opportunity of either wiine practical way.' hcjriunini or perfectintr herself in the I'liiniLto Times, ilnd.r "The M. Iaiuis in which the democratic patty at least "cs to the people with a wpiam and tin- - mysteries jiertaininj; to thread and nee(invention ha completed its work to dle, she was a pitiably ignorant of even the satisfaction of the democratic party iiualiflod iiiHiniiiatioi of the party creed and of the public who believe in honest re.inlin' the most iiioineiitus ipiestion tho "element" of tnilorinir as anyyounjr lady of her inches in these I'nitedStatcs. tiiid economical jjoverniiient. Like thoe that has coiifiouted the louutty since m when this uutaujrlit lassie brought us whose seniles bine piliied the ipiestioiis aiisiii).' out of sluveiy were pmsidciit unaided a jrirment that was sttppo-e- d to the (oniiiiondution of their party, Mr. settled bv arbitranieiit of the sword." work of be the outcome of experience anil skill, Cincinnati I'.inpiiren "The Cleveland ha been letiominated, and are excel the democratic convention is ended, and we were duly am i.ed thereat. his prospects for The next stop in this episode of our lent Cleveland, Thiirnian and tax tx it leaves nothing to tejrtvt. The demo-quiet family history was to telejrraph to form will enter the canvass with well- - emtio party froo once nioie before the Cincinnati for.Xillie, our dear niece, who rounded assiiniuce of.sin cess. Monopo-- ' people with a declaration vvlioe tone is is tryinir hard to make a livinjr in that men and the plan, pr aid and conlident. It is a battle cry. Itctt will oppose the , nothinj: to pal sooty city, to come forthwith. This tel It has nothing to cxeu-obut truth and the people im inijjhty." l: "Cleveland and'l'hur-- j Hate. The erdiit tendered at the elect- - oirrani beinjr hijrhly startlinjr and unsatisfactory, awakeninjr curiosity without lu.ui' there Is niajjic in that legend. It ion of IS1! will be repeated this fall. The sitisfvinjr it, e must havo cost Sailie the is the combination which jrivesoverv as- demonnits have puned much of unavailiiifr jritesses. Fancy a Mininceof eal, coinage and discretion. tot val, and have lost nothinj:. Kctuiniu:i younjr lady, iitictly pursuinjr the even No doubt exist any lonet in the mind to pover for the (list time in of her "Pin chasing Ajrency" way, man as to the puiposes of the a iciituiv, the pirty has most conpieu- - tenor of any t lie' receivinjrthe follow injr niessajre: em ami tovvarls tho taritl'. (ously shown its ability to (Umocnitii partv FitvxKi.is, .Iiino 1: Come immediateW hatever doubt may have existed as in thoioit'h coiisetvatisin of its inetlnxls. ly. Ooldeii opportunity. Monday too plmise ot that in - They enter this mw contest, thciefom, late. Win me w lien you stint. tin imanini'of any I'Mt.l'.tiKOIti.i:. strunient is leiuoved by the dcilanition with maiiv millions of triends who were ISM and them tiatthepaitv iciterates .1thoe declara - not with..1.... .... in1... .....1..:... enter it ..1with This to ordinary nerves would have . . .. .. i't... ...!..i.... rinrsi-i- i iii .in mini, v 01 ii been sufficiently trying. Rut when I liy Hie iue.ss,i-;tiOllH IIS IlltcrpiCieU Cleveland, and the s.ubson,uunt up- - and Thurman the next 1'iesldeut and add that my dear niece has an extra Mr share of that atttibute of curiosity, in l.roval of the action of deinorrnts in Con-- Yii (President of the Cnited Mates'" conectly supposed to be monopolied by rcN, who for four year hae laboied An llxchannesavs- "A Kansas school to (iive force and oll'ect to the piomises ma'am has introduced a new featuie in the "better halves" of humanity, the pe(Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) riod of suspense, niuouutiut' to LM hours, Kvangeliquo. of HSb M formally begins a cauipaitru her school. When one of the jr'Hs miss-e.- s must have been dieadful. However, Gi:o. O. Rutxi:. l.ver in.loMi. KAVOUIIT. LI.NElir.lWKK.V THE NORTH AM) SOUTH which is to end in another term of dema vvoid the boy who spells it yets the she bote it better than we expected; did ocratic administration of a deniociatic LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' Bucklen's Arnica Salve. put mission to kiss her. Asa result the not have apoplexy; nor arrive in astute government - a cainpaijin which in those he lnt sil.e ill the world lor cut., br.i ties, IN 13 1 Hot R. boys 1110 iuun'oxiiu: raqidly." It fails to of put pie suppression; but quite like her mres, 11I1.1T, salt rrutun, fev cr'aorui, utter,. h ip elements that appeal both to reason and state whether the jritls aie inissin( nioie usual self. Milliciontly curious, thoujrh; pet! H.1111N, (.liUbhin, roriif 'nut all skin Through Oars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. sentiment pi onuses to be the most nota- wotds than usual. .ind (HHitivcly cures piles, or no pay reami I thotijrht disappointed, when the ble since the tneiuoiahle contests in the THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. quired It itu.ir.mtei'd to ;le perfect vitiklac-lio'National jraiment cutter' was announced old days of the democrats and vvllifrs." Its Delicacy of Flavor or mime) refunded I'rice 15 cents per ln TmoTic::A.SftiiioRT i.ixio. Indianapolis M'litinel: "The most ar- And tho efllcacy of lU action havo ren- as"jrolden oppoitttuity." Cominjr from a For sale iy A. It I'ennv, St inford, K dent taritr reformer could not have asked dered tho famou California liquid fruit quarter w here "hutnbiurs" are rife and Is Consumption Incurable ? a inoie clear, explicit 01 emphatic defini- remedy, Syrup of Figs, Immensely popu-Itt- something of a "patent" nature daily CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 6, 1888. Mr C II Morri, New. Ite.ul the following tion of the principles and policy of the It Cleanses and Tones up tho clogged turniiur up, she by no means shared our ark, Ark ,, .i) "Wi dunn with Alicts if niC-A-ITJJ?. the Lung-- and friend, and plijniclaiu pronouncimrtv. It voices the convictions of the mt fiitr.irtati nnd dlinnls llimd. enthusiasm. f me an incurable consumptive. Hcan At the present wtitinjr she is about as ed TRAINS NORTH. "IKAINs SOU 111 democratic masses of the country n,,on!ftchej( Foy I)r Kln5'N"cw DNcover) for Consumption, "No. 6. NoTT No. No 1. No. 3. No. 3. No. 7. wild on it as the rest of us, and is goiuj; STATIONS. the supreme issues of the hour 111 un No. J Stanford. Dally. mil mm on my third liottle and able toovcrkce the : It will meet with Daily to try an "ajrency." Daily. Daily. luiKtiikiiliU- lunisiiniiv. Daily hi. hun. Daily, Daily . work on my farm It fo.tlie tine-- t mediilue iver A for Georjre, that fanatical younjr made1' Jee Middlewart. Decitur, Ohio, sa, special favor in the Western Mate and, A'rv 6 40 a m 643pm to 1$ a pm' Soo p 1 m I.'ve... .Cincinnati . (oopm Syrup of Figa 7 55 817am oj l ... 8 30a m 4 11 p m William.town . .I.'.e 5 13 a m it.. ........ lwttlltlt ..,.., ...,,... pm, New DUmvery 951am Dr It will lo vasin niu.-.l.T.tlvn. It is tho jriantoss, on the second day of her ficn "Had it.not been for wouldKlnn'i diid of Lung 1059am 347pm 935 pm'- .... 7 34 a m 308 pm 4 10 a in Oeorgetoun... 701 pm.io J7 h.ue Contumplion I if its lanc,uap.' iiad been y had the audacity to cut into a dollar for Lexington... 348 a m 4 15 pm 7 00 a m J 40 pm pm II 05 pmio 15 a m 11 mi 7 35 wherothan Wn given up by djittors Am now 13 jap most easily taken, and tha most offectivo 1 33 a m Trouble. Danville. ... I 10 p m 3 30 a m 30 pm 8 39 pm i 13 pm 2 i3a m 3 10 p m 5 aoa m I 00 pm evasivo and equivocal." Of President remedy known to Cleanse tho System ami a quarter dress jroods that had been in the but of health" Sample bottles free at Junction City. 15 a m 13 pm 9 10 pm 12 30 a m somerset ... a 05 a m i 30 p m 05 a m 50 p m 05 a ni it declares 00 p ini... (iallatiu fitends on her A It I'ennj' drujj tore 3 given her by Cleveland's OaVdale . . 7 as a m when Bilious or Costivo; to dispel Head 9SJP m 11 as a m .1.9m st.nm v j n nml p... .... j JO a m1 j j j1.. , .....- ... .L've 7 10 p m, 9 00 a m birth day, with as much confidence as was c.eany 11... in..:.. u, .1... .At 0 4 00 a m rtl looop mi, that "it to Curfl Uabu ..,.. Electric Bitters. 830 a mi 600pm IvcChatlanuoja,, .Ar'v 6 x. p m ' if it had boon calico. 1 ISP m nation," and that "few nominations for I 10 pm ...M... ArrH, niiaiia..H Thi remedy becoming mi well knnivn and mi wu....j..w , indigestion, Piles, etc, .. 1. 1. ....... I. ,1.1. mili.ri.il ' 33 P in 3 30 a m 45 pin 11 10 p m I. ve ...llirminjjhani,. And, the till) '"v 'I'll.LAloO.a n ml .. jS a m " " emivnss Manufactured only by the California Fig bition if you believe me, fitted am- popular as to need no special mention All who 40 a m 9 10 a ni ao a m 10 30 p m a mAr,....Mendian ..... .L've piestiKc, a stronger title to youngster actually the havcuted Electric Hitter sing the same song ot s pm 4 10 with greater Syrup Company, Sau Francisco, Cal. ".'".' !.".'."'..'." 6 30 a mj 9 30 a m iiricaui .. .Ive 90op m, 5 cup m whole dress; cut it unaided) and would iruUc. A purer msdiclne does not exiit and it is c 10a m,L've....Meridi ,Ar'v the contidencc of the country, or a better ...,iooo pm For sale by A. R. Penny, Stnnford. r. iv. a larL.nn. .... 6 15 pm .Ar'v have triumphantly sewed every stitch in guarantied to do all that U claimed ,..'.".!!.' assurance of success." Ot the vice pres,.. 400pm loam L've....Vicksburg..... will cure all diseases of the I. iver and Hitters .... 1005 a m .sionruc...... 4 ao p mil. ic idential nominee the same paper says: Why Hill yon cough when Shiloli'i Cure will it had the capabilities of her wonderful will remove I'implcs, Holb, Salt Hheuni and I., ... 600 a m ....... 8 151pm.Ar,v,...Shreveport. KieimmeJl.ite relief? I'rice ic, 511c and $100, little box full of traps not given out with other affections earned by Impure blood more worthily Will "Never was an honor McKobert.it Stauit, .NUnfurd, Ky., and Crow N. II, Train No. 9 leaves Oakdaleats as, a m, and arrives In Chattanooga at 9j,a si. No. 10 leaves stcm and pretent .1 cutting and fitting. drive Miliaria from the The name of Allen (!. Thur- Co , McKinney, K). Chattanooga at 00, P. M., and arrives at Oakdale at 8 as cure Our only difficulty hits been to drag well as cure all Mat iri it Kevers For try of Mann iloudoir 3 Ilurlct Sleeping Cars on all trains man is a synonym for all that is wise The Kev (ieo H llner, of Itourlion, Ind. He id iche, Constipation and Indigestion It. COLLHIIAN, Gen'l Frt. .V Pass. Agt. mils-- P.r.AULT. General Manager, and jtrcnt in statesmanship, pure and ): "lluth in) elf and wife ne 0111 loe. to her away from the fascinating employ Kntlre s itisfaction gauriuteed or Hitter R. CARHOLI., General uperintendent. public life and amiable and Shiloh' Coiiiumptlun Curt, McKubtrl A Slagj, ment when meal times came, around. refunded, i'rice S"C and l per bottle at money upriKht in General Offices, St. Paul Uuildlng, west tourtn atreei, Cincinnati, unto. Sunfurd, sly., .ind Crow .1 Co.MsKiniiey, fiy. Yesterday I discovered and nipped in A. It Fenny' drug store lovable in character." j teiK. Mr. Itratrt;, of California: All.in (J. Thurmiin for -' ' i with my own gospel, (.J. I. L A. X. K., I would demur at Miiitpait of it. Uitt the point I want to make is this, "Waste not want not." It is only a happy accident of a family charaiter, that will trivo you a letter this week at all; which is more than you desrve after thepiod-ljr.i- l "waste'' of me in (I mortal Raines column in two issue. Tin public and I will both "jiiveout" at that rate. A plain case of "hitiuiujr the caudle at both ends." In a word, a judicious division is called for, of what I can only write as I have opportunity, and feel like it; so that a "feast or a famine" policy will give place-trcjrular meal, without ilauj-c- r of in lJ 1111-s- nge con-tiona- iiion-4ii:- o -- lanti-CloU'lan- d t, l on , - j vv some-thini- j j ' ' 1 (ouricr-.lourna- 111 111- ajro-iii- ' 11 ' . e 1 iii-m- 1 - the hud a plan she had been sorrepti-tiotisl- y hatching in that artistic bruin of hers to make some monev out of it and put tho "Troupe" beyond the possibility of a recurienco of bankiupt o.xpoiionco ILife p,ut in the proud capital of Mississippi, I iutei posed at stage with all tho that weight of pai cut's authority and after aw bile succeeded in c invincing her that it would not do to giaft even the "National gaiiueiit cutter" on to our l.vaugel; and that theie was a wide between Paul making tents for a Of First-Clas- s living and making money at gospel mil liuery. Finally she agreed to confine BHKERY. COEFECTIQRERY RBST&URSRT her attainments to the family and a few friends. So the cast stands at present. It temaiiis to be seen whether this will, And turn out a Frankenstein giant of trade,' In 3Ir. or one that can be managed propel ly. first-clas- s My young folks think there are "milwill lions in it." From which you will rightapprein will ly infer that we all think much of the "National garment cutter." Sallie goes to Gallatin to try her fortune while we go northward to RowlingGrcon to continue our work. This Franklin meeting has been like "old times" to us all. Crowded houses, close attention; many blessed; many anointed for bodily healing; ami something like tho old Kcntuckv enthusiasm wo knew so well years ago. These peo-pie seem less afraid to believe God is good than any community we hnvei struck for a long time. We will always ' count it a special tnerov that our wan-doting footsteps weie directed hither. The mineral water, that sorely tried nostiil and palate, when wo first came, is now a delicious draught to us, refrcsh-iin- r ICE CREAM FREEZERS and satisfying beyond any water we ever drank. I think our gopcl ha turned out the same to many who didn't fancy it at first. "No ncin havingdruuk old wine straightway desireth new; for' ho saith the old is better." Rut that, the dear LORD intimates, comes from a T. R. WALTON'S. vitiated tato. Only keep drinking, anil soon the old, headachy, fiery stuff goes out of favor, and the "wine that cheers ELEGANT GREEN TEA the heart of God and man" will superT. R. WALTON'S. sede. Then the instructed, educated taste will no more go back to the aban-- J doucd thing than I desire a return to NICE CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS the ferocious theology of my boyhood. AT Franklin is a gem of a place. My T. R. WALTON'S. friend Dr. Duncan tells me the death rate in Simpson county is lower by ac- curate comparison than in any other & AT place in the V. S. T. R WALTON'S. And it ought to be so, lOO above the sea level; in a latitude "betwixt and between" the frigid North and the fervid FOR SALE ! south; country everywhere rolling and ift one Acre, of I.tnd, inoitl) in gra, mth well drained; and a mineral water as mill hou.e on it, 4 mile ou Crab Orchard Pike. as any, peihaps, in our K WALTON Terra easy State, so highly blessed with recuperative springs; it is no wonder, if here, FOR death should be more successfully held If aboc is not sold I will rent the hotie at a at bay than in other places. reasonable fiuure. R WALTON. To crown all, board is excellent and cheap. The public caterers do not go for the "bottom dollar," nor "kill the goose that lays the golden egg," as the New Orleans publicans did w hen their big exposition collapsed the second year. You can take folks in once, "A burnt child but rarely twice." - y dreads the fire," I think I have heard remarked once or twice. These red clay roads are perfect now, and the drives in every direction charming. In wiutei, of course, these Mine roads, far surpassing hard pikes when dty, are an almost imp.issi-hie "loblolly."' For a real, restful family gathering place, where summer quiet brings back the lost roses to the cheek, and impairEIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. ed appetite to the dyspeptic, I know no Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal School, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study, place more inviting than Franklin. For dissipation, feverish excitement and thci COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. - full term boglm Srptrmlirr For CiilnloKiie mid other Information address -. INS. usual concomitant, ol "insliiouable re-.IAlli:s K. l.TTi:itMON. I'll. I).. I.i'xlnslori, Kentucky. sorts," you need not come hem. We leave with deep xegiet this delightful town, and leave behind! nianv loving triends, as we bear away with' us undying niemorie of their courtesy and 'kiudno to the Troupe COMPETITION Is the Trade. of SCMLLIHG & ZIMMER, dill-ereil- Lancaster, Kentucky, Have Opened a BMSCH a first class California Fruit Store in connection at Stanford the house formerly occupied by Penny. We be ready to run everything in style a short time and a call be ciated. 1 1 j T. K. WAXTOIT'S. Extracts for Ice Cream I s I i Fruit Jars Sealing Wax 1 health-restorin- g I RENT! V short-sighte- d pictur-cqitcau- il 1 STATE COLLEGE i KENTUCKY 1 0- QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. ' I 1 erup-tio- I r. Hi-.tn- ) 111c tak-iii- 4". - j ' ' I Ill-li- t 4 111 . 111 . ' 1 - ,, 1 11 j I 1 1 1 1 A -- .- - -- - 11 rwS 1 11 4 Ar'v-N- ew ' Kid-ne- j, 1 1 Klcc-tri- e .v - "Wr' Tub Jackson Club serenaded Senator Thurman on ruuto from the convention chcciing nml he greeted them with speech, whieli showed how imieh life Stanford. Ky., .7um: 11!, 18P8.; there is in him vet. Said he: "People 5? niiiv say I am too old to run for vice- president, hut they do not understand V. P. WALTON. the elleet upon an old democrat of such kiiwliii.H.4 n I nt vour liandsaud DEMOCRATIC TICKET. at the handsof the rest of'the democracy of the Putted States. Why, I feel about rur I'rctiilpnt, ten vears vouinrer at the 'leant calcula- f.m GROVER CLEVELAND, 'should I mIi. nil.l tint lu snrnrisei if make such a fool of myself be-Of New York. tween now and the second Tuesday, or the first Tuesday, or whatever Tuesday fur Vice- I're.idcnt, mean, that it is in October November, ALLEN G. TIIDRNAM, I should be prancing round making speeches like a young man just out of his Of Ohio. teens." He continued in this happy strain and closed with this splendid euloFor Judge of the Court of Appeal, gy of the president: "There scarcely ev JUDGE W. S. PRYOR, j er happened in the history of this world 'a sublimer spectacle than the re- Tub incomparable ticket placed before nomination of li rover Cleveland by the the country by the Democratic National unanimous vote of the convention. Convention at St. Ixmis Grovcr Cleve-Iim- ((Treat applause.) And now I say you is did a wise thing in that,a patriotic thing mill A linn Jinnlicrrv Tiiiirmim in that- The Pt,0PIe of thc r"!te1 dcinonstm-received everywhere with Semi-Weekly Interior Journal I . 1 - 1 ii I 1 - ..ire raard and 1.11 eutly heel kitig of Chicago, fiom P. T. (ientiy I AND, S f D Nf I ( lot) tine shipping cattle, averaging l,tl0, Virginia, daughter of Col. John Dishman, of Harbourville, was maitied or 1,700 pounds, at . cents. From (ico. Dugau ( head same weight at .).."; last week to W. W. Stephens, of Frankfn. Ill ( T Vhiiiulhiiitif '111 I. .mil u iilt.tiitiiv fort. from Chailcs Me- -' THE GENTS' FURNISHER, Miss Annie WainwrWht, sister of l.oOO pounds, at Sl.7 Dowell 10 head, weight 1,000 pounds, at n Mrs. A. A. Me Kinney and who is K1 af.- Rf T.nilloirnii, w.-vaaac. " St.S.') here, will be married June Dr. K. M. Orear has retuined from a Thcfa.hmn.ofthediy m the Omi rurm.h. to Mr. Ed. L. Holland at her home in iU he found m my ,to,t. I -i m lishing excursion in tWev. He nt liret " ! Memphis, Tenn. agent tnr the Imlianapolit btcam I auntlry. tlie he "caught." a few fish;" on bf LailIlUJ ille, "'IHirteil that e wcrld MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. plt..M' lo-t- Inn quarrel between two young DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. SUKCRON DKNIIST, fanners named Jkiiloy and Wilson, ut STANr.mn, Our just und our unjust had a good Kisiiuv, Hlooiniiigton, Dak., Bailey llred at Wilt shower on Saturday and a better one on Office vmth lile Main, two door, alove Depot Si, Wilson, but killed his own father, and Saturday night. son shot Hailey dead. Chas. League and llosa MontgomWithin the last live weeks thiee ery, both from about Parksville, obtain loans for American railways, amounting i "II to $47,0O0,(X)0, have been taken up ed marriage license Friday. Mlt K. K NKWUl.MK vollheniotirily Have ball iranies are to be played re ,u, tHi,i,iCM f,,,,,, mi,.i r.,,,,1,., r r i n in London; and yet the Hank of Kugland Hume Soap familv rate was best week reduced from to ' here Thursday and Friday bet ween the' I.."kin& i.' ,h""hl mp is - The Pine Mountain Iron & Coal Co. Louisville Amateurs anil the Danville ..... ..t. . mi runm nili. re . .... i ...... i"'ii'iimc i irur. i iij" uaj mai rill. have closed their books for subset iptious ) ifij tH.i.irtk-M ill liamille in .) ,i Hasil finest icccived a telegram from ui me injiiuii, i iiicvioc i iimiiic.cc railway with $1,000,000, the greater part his father at St. Louis this morning '" Ti A I I uTfv.IiSIB.-of which it is understood was subscribed ' forming him that he had sold .lack Cocks " s:::,lKH) and that lie bad lefused ,by a representation of luctcrn eapitalMs. f'r Hcion. To The Voters of Lincoln County: The construction of the road will be let ,H)' .lohit Kmbry, of Jessamine county, at an early date lie Ian una rt iffcS bought on Satunlay for Armour, the) amri'iiil) t. ll.nl. ,ir. the lave-ady f.r cr)t(ulyundwill I ' l MngfrUff r f ""BaHfe hLVlft NOTICE. sni '. ii -- . i 3TES r.n-iM- FvJ' '' ?l-- I I - i f. 1 WOOD WALLACE, -.v- I Icantturmlnrc, li irn r.imr. and euu'rleit eil iwiikiimi make my I on?irl.il Arltl Knoni. t id mo.t In tin. p.iit nf the Stale Hair cut' r.--, Ifnri and .hainponiiit! iliinr In tlir lale' and II iiin-- t imprnted l)le. My uprcul iitlrutlon . Iicgh in tn Imlli'it dint rliililitn If. JI.SSK J. TIIOMl'SON, i Staiiforil, Kv well-know- H. 1 MM1IN A I'koDimn, Ki Martin ISO Max, tl. rtlMK iJl Albright ftiemUanil cu.loniti. uf the tr( & ( ihane inf.inn their mini In firm ium , m! it ''thateveydM. withou fe is" Z am fre hon," i l,0,lwt man; be united in maaniageon the Hth. is they love a man of good sound judgment, FA Carter of this county, a sister of the I M. m.y caugm ,wo JJ on. r wunc.vses " ue- - "J.1 eoumnam Z W,J''lKa'ntthan j ' his; they love a man -- Kev. II. C. Morrison .emembers ,k ' on ofa niblde. The Dr seems to have ; FOXUiy HSTb.rt, DENTISTS, JXQX;, - .. MARTIN PERKINS, Vi ' i Orover Cleveland, ! tientlcmun, lkn l,s,,., at i. of that St. June ,aotl., at o'clock honor to at the residenceof her grand- , .... Louis Convention as lomr as he lives that TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Analytical Chemist, " omas ,s a daughter of the latehe wo8 there to cast his vote for this father, Mr. Hichard Cobb, Mis. I.ula Me- .... .... ..!.. Ilain; e illy e nppeil fine K .tier Mii! n :n t it f! ..: :....i : . ' .i... i..8. ...i . iu.ui, Miintu'i iiri tier, a u eu v rcsDccii-- cm- . iu(,,.Trn rviiniv wu in; iiniii-- mi iiuii.i.i- -....m the e defy an) Mil' that - KENTUCKY. equal wiiof ManfurilAmir, on WOrillv ITCSloeill OI llie llllli-ii long light in the comniittee-roo' t we thmV, the utwent Danville, whose family move.l to, in quality ..f W. M. Hright. Miss I.ula is in every restht lotinty .hniihl have .nuiilv pride enough H question lietween Senator Uornian the Male, a pecult TllK,iL.llllH.ratic ,icket was nominated pect one of the most lovelv of 'girls, Topeka, Kansas, kooii after his death, nuncr.il water nd ith to .1 . Anat)tical wotV wl any tinil Send Iiatromre and .u.tairi. the aiie U' mineral anal) and his following and Henry Watteion,;hvmTlH.U)nn)1 thc ,,lwtwijnKS of it may imccrn that we are In the ago. The bride's for arirciilar i while Mr. Hright is a model young man. al)llt ls mallet to buy )"i'r wheat and trn and i but the latter Anally triumphe.l and his llventjoll H,.re harmonious anil We l(ie hthe.t are our best friends and we extend mcrous friends here tender her their ')i addedtHe me new marlel pi. etofor name meal have niaihiner) and presence Mere unanimously our .urn t,(,r Iovdv Tlim. win be no such them in advance our warmest good wish- - congratulations, department and can now male meal In auit any endorsed and warmly applauded by the linunimUv H't Chicago next week, where es. per.oii It cannut be equalled by any other null There was consideroble fun on Main We .nli.it a trial in out flout a .1! in thi vuinlly , His committee recom- - 4,vun. ittje roogter wU convention. t( b(. meal department street this Monday) morning, caused by Ml having gnin in our l.ne MT. VEHNON. KY. CHURCH AFFAIRS. fur .ale will pica. e all at the Mill, where our mended an endorsement of the Mills bill I(iildn N(J ,., on t.arth (.n VKilh.t an oiler made bv Mr. C. K. Fenner, oi'i agent will found at all lime., win. will (it e the and that too was adopted without Hh., , be. price for am. Ilran and .hip. turf ala Kev. J. I.. Smith will preach at the' Kansas City, to two negro boys, Hob, Thi old ami w.tULnit.n tIie rL.,,ui,ieans will nominate .,.... " llu.l . ...n ...... W. 1'OTT . mtolf run I. ii ..,..!.! nnutiiu lt..w uiiii iVtriLkjil. iw mill it is lwin.lv iMwilili- that :iiiv in antist church here next Sundav at the ' Caroenter and MonnH It.iiii'liiiinii tl.nt f. jijij"uit ...n... ,.. s,irf., Siai.ford Holler .Mill I o iave named a stronger ticket, t.leve-- i lieavi11 ,.., al aurati. toti,etr.i.t ,.Mic U thev would catch a certain pig then nisual hours. land's record is enough to Mtisfy the ' ..! ni.wcomii. -- The olst session of the (.Seueral As-- , walki'ijg b he would give the catcher a ' NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. Mi v.mon.Ky. country that he can be trusted under Tiik noble t)ld Uoman will feel per- - s04.;.ition of Haptists in Kentuckv will be dollar. Tlie bovs tried faithfullv for .ii any aim an ci.tcrKcnc.es, num.- ur. lectly at Home w lien ne uiKcs ms seai as i,eld at Kiniiiece, June lU or JO minutes, but could not catch Ciu- i ...i r t s i. Thurinan is as Senator Kdmunds, a dis- - presiding oflicer of the 1'. S. Senate. He 1eV,.,na.s Kri.,.,ll;m Clarke, the cinnati'.s favorite animal. Mr. Fenner ! ,, Mj.,r I Krni.l.l., t. Mi.h W Mi I. II al.lt.cll, Ir n.l tinguished republican expresses it, "the has been there before, having held a liaic ,,.,s, Cnitarian divine, died at wlXe them . tents anicce for the ellbits led turtlier lo l rmr incorporate! ' ablest ami the grandest, the bravest and sw,t I mnpanv under iIh: niMir.rtr naithe body from 1M) to 1SS1. f his residence in Ho ton Saturday night, they made to earn the dollar, will iltlivtr ! regular ili.th, . ut u if .r.l ami a. h the Him h Uml A Wayoi.tiuiu; lurnpile Uoa- - I z the truest democrat in the Tnion." ticimt) ecf) mormiiK aged 7S years. Mil b.in.. Now that Cleveland ami Thurinan he rundarted the huih' k. There is no combination that can beat' Ju.okCJiuii m would bethestmng.'st At ! maintaining anu iwlHlueillli; o a ill .Ui H J Cent Iluv. J. ti. Liyiugstuu w ill not preach have been nominated ami all gisid , turnHke n.a.l finm lb. priMiit timum. ,t ih Aiici.ni. mu.l he pnoUi ihe . ..f ea.h momiI. that of Cleveland ami Thurinan, which candidate the republicans could noini-iann.iu a an ll.ill. l.ap rnml. in I.imoIii t next Saturday on account of are going tu stippoit them, would ur .nen utmrr .u.i I) inroiizn lluhUnri and W for two reasons. He ued to inr. ;.tndnK. nf iw tin. ViivLinlwi- nate. but K IIXKKOW 10 to the I'ula.lfi rnuniv line. meeting, but will preach it not be well enough to let up on the or a mart of . and is still an atht named tuin4Lc election day arrives. Three cheei-- for it be a morning and night. "Old Uou.au" business? It has become Sunday 1'he principal plaiti of hall hr lli ist. and the glorious woik of the gieat land, inr.Mn rttanly, k huM. " " BENEDICT & CO., The second of Kev. John Hell (Jib-- , nauseating already and never was com- h. nKwiratio U.all .iwtn.Hre oh the 14th Jiv Hito. Kki.i.kii, of the Carlisle Mercury, son's series of sermons on Church Life plinieiitary of Tacitn-- , Sereloiieous and Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, of Juiw, and irrmfi'atv wti Ihr ijth dai il June i9)( win piease accepi uur iiiiiiihs iur it iiuui- - win oe tieuvereo ne.i u.uiiiv morning, ou.er s;iy aooill tlie lilii! lie authorized tafi.lal ink l. lit r -A sLOU.vmiKi.Y pieaeher(anda preachij I'VMDKIl, K dnliar. wNii ti .hall hv whJ at th In ... which we appro- - Subject: What Must u MciiiIkt of the prominent of old Romans hu true. Hut und in .mh aiwrnnt. an I upon u. h tirM. a ' er can be the biggest scoudrcl in the ly tuned compliment, i , as much as if it wen' deserved. IliMtdnl DitT.lim .hall Church do to be l.ot? all that aside, it is no better to be an old rilw . VI. IU .lr.lla.1 ... world when hu is one), named Pendle- eiatc - ,.. Ihvalfairaol lhior.al.tii air to he man ..je.l The Presbyterian chinch of Soiner Human than a modem ; . . IllCllcail or fa.mr) prut". hy a htunl .( n Ihre. y, m ,.' hImwi .l- -.l he ton, who desecrates the city of Worces .ciliitrj a. pt'.Wi hi t..f Iw.aid , ami wft 0 .. iiiiKM.i.t niiMMjiu tt r l1IW,11ln..,.l IIv. tiiuu.., nrvi'V t ass to Kr..n..iiiintt ..II tl.i.i.ra in-- 1 ter witn ins loin presence, .sun in an ir. tor. .hall I'V eleiud ia ih. In . iurd..v m , ve. . .. r.. ... . . ri , in k,..,,,,,.!,.. .,n,i iiv,.s ; Ohio. The Li 11... .1 MAt. viti i.r h year am! lull .u.u mJintrnf iaiur.ti i.ee, l.r ue )ear net itriicw uiiir visitim: tsiiiiiiuii 111111, . i .liuition is a'ilove Iv one and cannot uie move i...co.irne oiuic ciuhcu n.. :.' now .ir. . 01... loruieriy 01 unspiace, .. . h.,,i,i in.urni; tlieir elv.'tion ;.i i.s. srfi nil ),, M, , ,, , ti.. i. nere wiin ins i.uini. m- is METCALF & HAYS, me v.;ovingion .Mitioimi win a ItiL and iiea.un r he bad bi;eu informed that Mrs. Cleve- In' beaten. he hidi .1 amo ml ..f .mlc '.tedm .. h t.i to preach on the 1st and ltd Sundays, at Hank, is in town. Mr. P. A. Marks has ATTYS. AT LAW land's man ied life was unhappy, and & REAL ESTATE ACTS. lln. (..rjHieatiun ma) ai n inn .ubjrrl n.ill hall nle.eed .41c lh..u.aad dollar a salary of $070.- - Somerset Reporter. begun preparations fur his annual cdei' NEWS CONDENSED. that the President was abusive in hi pt mii pr. hii ..f ike .KxkhoWrr. ...II liAKIIOl RM I and I'lM VII. l,KV of July. The Salt rivhration of the c vtoipt lr..mtl.i ..ipiwalc dt ht and otherwise untowaid FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Will prait'ie m any m.irt in r..trrn Keniu, ly Stollle drugged and hung her t. S !..,! er tigers will be out in force and there Kaminati n. of land liilc. made atpenalty An) Man.) Ifi..i.ri M II MH..H.I.I.. kind. A lady friend in So ton sent Mix. ,.r I. laldwel.'r , ...,i, bov near )rinutielil, Mo. li.- a ballomi asiriiion and other fesl of timber. ue tra will mineral ..! antl jny mil land fur J Si iu. Hv the burning of a street car e Cleveland a copy of the intonicw and ale. Information lurni.heil .... and Miuire dailies, a prominent citi.eu jg, ,f Moutrea HSl horses were sutlocated. tivities too luiincious to mention. Mrs. rc.pomlence v.li, itcl. she replied to her as follow: "Kveiy of declareil in- - ut countv, has been .I.S. Owsley liounht of J. ii. Mont- - W.J. Lyle, whose serious illness has statement is haely false. I pity a man EDWARD II. FOxi 10 old mules at $70 per been noted, is repotted much hot 'er this of his calling who has been made a tool ,)V -F- ive men we.e fatallv burned , ARTIST morning. Miss Julia (ientiy entertain-& PHOTOGRAPHER, :.... i...:.. i ..: ,,,,fcl"'u-"1uj!iinIu11.,uu,1,uii. ...:..t.... i i -: niolton metal ill the steel works at Steel head. ,, T. J. Foster sold to Wakelleld ,V en a large iiuiiiiM'rol liuiv ineiiils f rnlav less lies. I can wish the women of our . 1 , llil.l1., UA "iii.ri-IKII, I .1. evening from o to ho clock. Mart Me-country no gi eater blessing than that i"irr!iw l"'.i IK1 liwnr. Morelanil two cars of New York cattle at I'ciran, of Rusell, is in town. ,,u,1J,n tB l'otUi.e and i. better Ihan ever prepared hi THE SHORTEST AMD their homes and lives may be as happy mice on his life and ."500 other Louisvil-, . ;V,",,st ,U'liv.yr-QUICKEST ROUTE v '"'"Pimii, -""'"" ' Trimble countv. Kentuckv.' will iiru-- ! ..." "' '" "' '! and their husbands as kind, attentive, li.tiiu .M.r.i ii'nr v'lll Odi ph0(rapli t.i K H? Sau.fiH.tion xaanuiteect. . t torn '' of iH'aehes this sea- - very.....!.. ii seems, u .i jtcuoii oi iiic jusiiy, ..... bill . ,,.! duce L'00,000 bushels considerate and all'ectioiiateas mine." - Ihe triends of the OBNTRAL KKNTUOK-r xnn. KTR,K( ,.', son, which nt ;I,'J.) per bushel will bring Cincinnati Southern Hi... .ay Company p.. .1. taken fresh courage since the action of t.-.- OOO . It is so tare that yrciit men show their STANFORD in iiiiiiik iiuv ii.iiiiiius in mail milrfm wiin f 'nm nr. those who have assisted the National Convention. ber high up in front of all the buildings appic.iationi.f Dilliou and Haie-b--The sale of the Washington Pot to that it is ncculiarh them to ......i ... nit' i.. if ii ... symlicate leaves tlie cajmai 111:111 h i.iiii'iiiii. 1....1 i iiiiicpit'ii in .i... from the (hire House coiner noith to PLHNING MILL CONPffNY n lepulilican SOLfTH.EST,. The company claims that gratifying to record the subjoined; it Litonia Satuidav ' VM' without a uemocratie paper. FmiLMi with astl.eg.oun.iis pail oi ti.eir i.gl.t-..- . F,00rln(J WonUiorboardlnK. CoJMnif. was won by llindoocraft. which KA3T LINE UETW15EN Taiinmiiiy Hull will hold a ratifiea ,. rLnnlfnlliPMit tlmt vim liiiei. stiniil he Flntstilne Lumber. Moulding, Snah, T. Vviiii: hiiiiii of (iiirrnid, has en- - wav iiiev can nil wuai inev nease i , are LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. n mcniDers tlim rlt tllis tll(iy ari. ,insi,ly my. hto. Sash. Doors and lllliuls nlwnyH me through thick and thin, through evil "" I)aUr & Uu C( h t,tr Cleveland and Thurinan. In stock. ',Qxon Xi. stock deiilen and writes tlnit ,!llu'"' lls ll,,'' h:,V1' ",J riil,t ,(' ,,u as well as thiough good report, and re- - oli'1 -P- ierre I'non's chestnut colt Stuart or business, or through your un-- . M. Mr III t.i IN. Mill M ognizing that mainly , 7,- tliliiK to obstruct travel l( ; f If ,M (wl which interferes with the lights of oth- tiring and faithful elloits I have been won the (..rand Prize of Pans Mindav, No t. V able to get bestride the pinacle of fame, worth 1(X),()00 francs, or about $1'0,000. John lanbrv bought for Nelson ers. The town trustees should move the Ii Smu Pally ':,. s LONDON, KENTUCKY, ' he Casey county republicans en .Morris, of Chicago, It. I). Logan's, Peter timber in short order if the company I make bold to ak another favor of von. l.vr l.'o IHRtOII. Mil iw I 5 P in - ii p in dele-tCAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. I.ve Fatwmith... in m u in Will vou not go to Chicago ne.U week dorsed Finley anil instructed their (.Jeiitry's and other cattle in the neigh- - i.oes not. I' J tt p in I.ve (J)lilhiana '" i ' P ' " " as"ist as you only can, in obtaining for gates to vote for him for renoiiiination. P m ' for last of July delivery, ut 5, . a m in j ,, borhood, . i0p ,0 Arr l'aria .. WAYNESBURG Arr l.eiinilon It is generally conceded in the Hast Cents. r . '" Thoroughly Kcnoialc.l aii.l Krfurui.heJ, l'ir. in. inu the vice presidential prize from the f r m o o P rn in io,y p fri and Re.iinille 1'ni.e,. Day anil nighl I.ve I'ari... J ?o p m A Inn... cuiuil uiMlt to .Mr. Villi de, u.iw, - Tin. inim in tlilu in.ii.lil.ni shall need that New York's 70 votes at Chicago will lenublican convention? Arr Wuii holer. i 15 I' m jj p o 05 p m Traimart: met by I'olite lorterJof lln I'opular Arr Itichmonil go solidly for Dcpew so long as he wants WuU,r.H KlK. Saturday, but owing to the inten.le.l voting forClevelaud haveabout ni, i.i so do not fail yours gratefully, 7 10 p m vou. lloiue. m .Mr l.anra.ler.. ... c IS p ni tliem Arr .Stanford Hn.i.v O'R. .. 6 IKl p m fact that he could get no higher bid for changed their minds and aie for Fisk, 8 l p in ' I. it Richmond The (imposition to subscribe $100,- - his land than tOO per acie he withdrew since hearing of the desiierate con- i S p in ....'..'. NEW HUTCH ER SHOP. Arr llcrea .0 p III 1k the national convention had been 0t)0 to the stock of the Kentucky Tnion it and would mil then oiler hisstockand (uct of one Hlufonl McMiillin, of Arr l.eiuwtim. the O. i $ Pm of the afternoon pa- - WiW voted in Clark by 000 majority held for the benetit other property that ho had advertised K. neighborhood. While he was on his! , No. J. No. it could not have served them bet- - unlay. No.s. for sale. '" ': iOi "' m.un., n.ii! und is juice for the land, we learn, way irom huhunks, w here one Dr. Hak- A . nm in their m'umiii . licritulorr I hi lontin-- Col. John Allen Crittenden, fomear-wit- h ter. The ljuisville Times, as usual, ,.. I.ic l.iiinjtion. er dlsllCH Ollt the devil's 01 IS totlie ue runnin m aK..n dr itrnus miai to my ci I.c llcren ia tr, a in its own T. (!. Watkins on the ly '..' years cleik in the auditor's ohice, ",""f"rJ '""' ""ii.iy. W. T. Hobinson sold to J. W. M- i- boys, and meeting with Mrs. Mary Hey Arr KiclniKHid 41 a in TI KN ground, swept the iilatter clean, leaving jj, ,iea",i. n,; was a brother of I.ve Stanford ... 7 'ii a in 5 tllly by nobis, wife of Seth Heyuolds, of this Ivinney, of Stanfonl, a ear-old a I.ve l.aiuanlir a the morning papers nothing to do but to Crittenden. J it a m Pnlnitiiic. ilimi liv Tavlor's Hav Mcsscn-- . place,, who was on horseback, , and had a , Arr Richmond. ,. ..,.,-- , i.i u in 0 jo a - r t l lehash the glorious story. (Jur tlianks Western I'nion handled over .r..f fi.f s:1.".n W T rritt lil hull tit ..... .l!iilr!,t.r. nf Wtltiiitn lnltrott IwiliitiJ LKABUKCHAKUbPKIINULS I.ve rlKlimnnd. ... it ... ... ., 6 5 a jo p .nr MMKI ' t'll-l!. ;t,(MK),(H)0 wonts Arr Winchc.icr p in a .luring tlie .M. I.ouis Con- - Wlli paym. aretiueaimweconnm . eai.tuii.-ihllHlu!rt of lis m.w j,,.,., 1. ninnp to her and caught her Arr I'.irin J S I' i" J a III hiui i.uuvi 1. veiition, eipiai to .1,01X1 coiuiniis in mat- -' uie iimen ioicegi-in-i.ii- i I.ve Lexington Ky. 0f wlieal at si. W. L. ueeu soui noise oy me ornue ami inane some verv p in 7 M t.roI i ' in j p m I.ve I'ari. 8 jo a in 3 oi ,, m Kmeison, Fxp, esjieciully, for keepingus, ter this length. 40 P i oi p jo ugly demonstrations, and with a drawn ,000 bushels new wheat at "." cents. I.vt Cmfiiaii.i in 9ij j in 10 jiosted on transpiring events. I.ve lli'ilmlli Tlie yacht of Hanker Ganett, of 5" P m 10 01 a in s Jj knife tlucatciicd to kill her, Jfn', Mrs. OPEN ALL THE YEAR Harrodsburg Democrat. in ROUND. Arr Cot melon. ii in it a b tj P n, was run down in Chesapeake C. I). I locker, of Xodaway county, Heyuolds ami the girl jumped oil' the Skxatok Voouiii:ks, of Indiana, siysin Hay and ho was drowned. He was a O.itlieMav.vdlellr.iiicli. No.qlcave. .. Mo., wites us in renewing his subserip- - horse and got away by pulling loose , a and No. 1., an interview that !rny's friends will not brother of thu railroad president. S in, ..rrvin. at ,M J"J fr"'" Maj.villcanojo.ain, at and No" I0 tion: "Crops in this countv are looking from the drunken fiend and getting her July ,".'? n T'"1 ,"",' .'" Kieaily riiluicil, leave. Maj lllo a, a no, ., 0. falter in their suppoit of Thurinan, and rrj Oliver W. Hugging, who was the , grasp, clothing badly toin. McMiillin wasborn Sao, a in No .Ma Millc ,, per ciay n,i $10 per mil and upward. .l that, in his opinion, the democrats will wealthiest citiz.en of Jessamine county, well, especially small grain and arrive, at '.,ri, ,, ,. r(S are 3 jj, IIKi.Ma.sxhwman, Mmiar; il.oly cirepi Sunila) carry Indiana. Uov. i ray himself tele- and Henry W. Kohnhost, city tax re- Com is rather late but is growing nicely and raised miles east of town bv good, C KI.Nti, lle.iilent Sunt No 3le.iii. I'oiuiKioiiai Sjo,,,, JAS. and looks well. Witli a good season honest christian people, but has gotten n almoiith ,u 10 graphed congratulations to the Old a m: .Sn.l..i .., nrrlic. 11 It 1! DMISlOV, Clerk. IMI ceiver of Louisville, died Sunday. uavev ulmniithui 4 J(, ,,,, (rr, J, from now on und everybody doing their in the habit of visiting places wlieie 'cul and pledged his warmest support. The little town of Sal visa, Mercer duty, there is no reason why we should whisky is sold ami has become very Such conduct deserves the 1 ecd and ,SalS Stable, DkmockatiC newspapers und demo- county, lost its principal block by lire not have a good crop this Fall and elect VTy, ..,, 7J . vcrest penalty of the law ami hkih'i Jl LOV ilUMoli .it 7 to a in Cleveland also. My respects to .1. the just crat ie statesmen from Maine to Califor- Saturday, including the hotel and "boss $:;0,000, with little insur'aii.vi:.ci:i'isi'ni)av. Gulf of ciiticism of all Alcorn and other friends. nia and from the Lukes to the vi n E-Thirtv-sipeople of Lincoln head of fine trotting stock The -Afe Mexico unite with one accord in saying ance. . ..... ... . . ......... .. Sparks fiom the great pyrotechnic 1.oeionging '.10 .. esiaie 01 .1... 1..... 1.. 1.. .1 gin .1 JlircLt oitiiertion ih in.ti! me wic nan ....... 1110 11.01. tlmt it is neloriotiH ticket and a clean-- 1 afcLMJteiEsiJv. nicy 1....1 voicu wiusKy selling, in. .i u display in lienor of the convention r - rvv 7C'. XXZjMaJi 1 it (iolddust out of the county, but it seems that kcaL-the originator of the cut platform. Head the comments on lliinthiKlon. fh.' I",, (fv'jfcfVS w v. und l.i.ttriiLitn.. ted Kaullinan's Park Flower Mills in St. breed, sold Satunlay at an average ol Judge anion thinlisdiirerentandgrants published on our llrst page. .er.'' Snh'd.''n'. StUltitfjl, i7t2JI&nTv'7' rsajvViv' MflHkBli 'flUfa Louis, destroying tlie enure liuildings S018. Cleveland, a bay stallion, sold for license to tlie druggist contrary to the l'fl)linitnn An exchange says that in few more and machinery, Sl',lVrO; Zillct, a chestnut colt, for $:i,00; will of the majority of the voters of the' .: ll. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. ed.' ,. av .i-J'SK..aA mob took deUn days the caildidattH will have stripped negio named James and several others at $1,000 each. Fores- - county. I have every confidence in the ONUION, K , race. Wo have got Foster from the jail at Henderson V for the presidential r..'iY.b,r,Ur"aJ'lfe'V-or.he Co. tus Heid, of this county, bought Conll-- , judge's integrity, but think lie has made ravel,,,,, .a.V, A.,., isVn'TlW,1;, u alw.iyt lur hire in our inside pocket which says that day night and hung him. He hud deuce, a bay colt ov Zilcaadi iSohldirsl a grievous mistake ami one that he will onOooJ turnout, and .addle hone the niu.t tonveiiLondon ii term Coving 'Xy. Lock wood wil show up best in ed a little colored gill and a number of for$l0. .Vlayor li II. IluniHide and ' always remember alter the next judge's ient ca.on.iblethe railroad to reai h Place in the point on 111' .II'V'l7v;'VK(tS, M.,lia;cr, ; 10 in the mountain (eition of the St.ile election. from here others attended his executioners weie colored men. that performance. aenotflcos, Covington, Kontucky. , ' ,' to Miss Uiura Dodd Ham, no uncertain sound about the plank on nt) for I1""11'"1 """ ",n, ""' ""' to i lis marriage .. . , inkt. the eonseiitiences. anil hitch a man which occurs at the home of her father. . - lann reuueuon. llisiooe. lllieriireieu in the light of President Cleveland's message thereon and a bolder, hrawr ... ...... j nTZ L . Z7 L - lnn i.nn,,! -' To-da- moo iora m.w inai. uecouit-hauah oti KnaranneJionive ei m wti.faMioi. wainiia friends oi nit iiimil mm, rcciiviil tlu nftir nf flu. innrr it'ii L ho. ' A. KVANS, . V. R.A.M. " L'rlllltl' ,s,,u " took pi.ue Jiine.itn. ( The net. firm hope mil only to ulln the irpil lation nf the ulil, hut inleml. to male man) im plot enient. in the manufacture of tobacio .hi. h utll be tothe mteic.t uf our cutnmer. W'c ill devote jie ial atlenliun to our Natural leal I. mud. nt Kentucky heal leaf, rhanking a foriit fa.orir aii.l.n.Vimc fur a ciniinualiu. i your trade, Kraneitfully niim remain MAKIIN A I'f.KKINS inn NOTICE r- - u I 1 -- ti, alto-wor- k itlis I y f.l, . j NEWCOMB HOTEL. ! I T l.n -- 1 - i . im-- l. j ..tl - -- - Well-know- n ICE, ICE, ICE , I C . -- I ihtniM-ltr- . a. - . J I i j dein-attiosh- One . Per Pound c I 1 i . . s oiin-im.- - avni-.bui- e V . s know-nothin- g ' n! I I j it, , I -- Iho-M- ml tr ' ' rfi-.- ..t-- I I .. 111 .. 1 . 1 ..l I - ..... . - . ... l.t., . . 1 I r- - -- -- . I I his.de-ineano- In-- r A I I f ! . I 1 1 ... I s - N K 1 1.1 I N-ot- t t j KOi-'cr- y ,,. KentuckyCentral R. R. ; ' Ftivin-.Ini'i.l- . 4- 1 r"l v v .... ..;... "'" -- ..." . .... uitAss iiorric i "i-r- i . . L"t" n WAi.io.M-Remenibcr- ing ' ''" im-etin- .,.. ... - . ... s , . !'" , ... l,.l eye-wat- IICM ' ,,..,, "' . JACKSON HOUSE. souih-llouft- - o . . la 111 11 ' . 11 , 1 I 11 11 11 i j . a I - io;-t- f. 11 Sat-pe- rs 1 1 J T ,, Kx-tlo- v. ,":i" -- ,1 ii k S. a . 1 ZXi I V . ' Nnrth-lloui- ' o- - 11 -y- 111 . . 111 11 111 u .'n, ! -- ''','' .-.-. tIl f T . a -- m . aa 11 111 111 . 1 111 . ? Crab Orchard, il 111 111 4 e, I 4 4 . 11 111 1, 111 . 11 , ,; 11 ,; Ho-ma- I I 1.1 I -" ' i .ffiv-ns'i..,:-- e-- post-ollic- e. good,law-abidingcitieii- s. 1 . x anti-whisk- y 1 igni-thci- Hoi-sey- , .- s ki i ,r rY 1 11 1. . . V 11 Sun-.sl- o I nip-Hclv- I - j - I , I ;, ) .. ii Jmmm WpyiMIlliMiWtmilMlfc-HWl-HW-- m --XE- sc tmim uLjut 'i - i&& Xkw lints and bonnet for hiiiiiiiht fairer than day. The funeral discourse Mrs. J, S. McF.i.nov anil children, of Mt. Sterling, w'orc isitihg Mix. Ceo. II. ' wear just received nt MrH. Kate Dttdder was preached by Hev. J. A. Bogle, for ' " long years her pastor, and then a lengthy ar's. llniee. MlSS fil'.ltTHl'Di: (ill HIV, of Columbia, of friends K.C. WALTON, MunaRer arrived yesterday on a visit to her cons- - IriuiK Vaknon's (t!iirtcrly court began processionHulliilo Springfollowed the remains to Cemetery, where yesterday with n) eases, only .S of wiiieh they vcre gently laid by In. MIms lliitnii s'linlliif thesideof those StaNKOIU) Ky JUNK 1'2, 1888 of her husband. Mm. S. C. Tin i:m:utT and Miss Mary lu0"u'htt"' . Myers, of Millersburg College, arc scnd- - j After more than a year's illness of :'m sWiK( (ll y01. mvn j,iiei.,oiie Will- Jg . '. ...i ' in " ft'w A,M'kH witl' wlr "rother, .Mr. tcr A. Wood chain rake harvester, sec- - oiganic valvular disease of the heart, Mr. Published Every Tuesday and Friday. S. S. Myers. Mm. llcartscll. of Mar- - ,.,..! i.,i,i.i Ocorge James departed this life at Melcalf - Foster. his home at Crab Orchard, Friday, at shall, Mo., is with them. H ur.'s Wki.i. will open on Thursday noon, aged 1st years, Rom in 1'ulaski t jVOVlNC'K )vn K. (i Milium, of .Manehctcr.stoii. ?:. pel Wverhcic returning from tlie con- - night with u moonlight hop.- - A line ,.,mtv, lie began life as a laborer at L'5 big time is ,.(.i,tica day, but by indomitable energy nd lit wiIli- will ! Hiirt-atf- l ft When iml n i.,.il $U OO will I ,t iharK.il - vfiuioi) t take in lb.' hon is still boiling over with enthtisiiiMii over guaranteed and line business tact lie soon began to the work of the hodv in w hich he sat as sunt for himself and to accumulate moil- CAPD. L.&N. LOCAL TIME Rv.nim.vas will be all the ragu tliis , . .... crnatc delegate. . until at bis death Ins estate is est i vcar. me iiicrciiinii who win ,i . . . .. . lav tj o inn iirsi ...lev. , a train tfoinK North N, lk' .vjuin " .t0 7.i "V. ' "" "tocfc of then, w ill realize on id's "!a," ,ll ,'"." K .' Win ,lliM I nr train " South Miss Hobbitt, n sister of Hon. Fontaine '"""'t. returned from St. l"Hm nVl(.tmunt. Nuiih 6 30. m (lay. ." Fox Uobbitt, and for many years they He is enthusiastic over the result .. rrrlKliI Nurtli Son lli 55P, of the convention and is coulldent that Ki.ss had prepared to decorate his , lived at Crab Orchard, where Mr. James I hn latttr train ulo uny ikcaboieitcukuUicdon luriil.ird time. SoUr the ticket and olatform adopted will storo front with red bandamiH. but the engaged in the mercantile and nthcrlins. Il"""h""w '"''""" sweep the country. He was for Oray as Ltorm interfered and tlie concert had to finesses. His wife preceded him to the grave a year or more ago, and it is prob- a matter of policy, but he is for the Old In. held inside. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. lllllc t)l;lt iTl'i'f nvcr lil-- r ilontli liiiatuninl Roman now and alwavs. in Owis.1 to the fact that the orchestra ,,, wn yXvm I rjiin rar KnvUntl ut jj J in anJ 7 (. WU a (.on8if)ttnt k i. rclnrn at 6 i m mul ( 40 p m will leave on the .W, train the nig lit of Int.nib(,r of tm. Hal)tJht LOCAL LORE. nd u,u,,ui,..H.H.,1K, . , ytwin,3 , MEANS BUSINEuS. x:w potatoes, , and II o'clock titt (iu to complete the program M ni.wt iJiwiiil man in IiIh community, be- cucunibeis ing ever ready to assist those that he Wsti iiks and jewelry repaired and cabbages at S.S. Myers'. This is strictly business, tliought were honestly striving to better warrantctl. A. IC. I'enny. Hoi'sk, t miles on Crab Orchard pike I.ntkiuoiiJoiiixa'i.s, under Capt. their condition. Four children survive Ki N' if it gets away with ixiiato and lli'ti Tin: For sale by Mcltoberts A for rent. T. It. Walton. tobacco Flie II. Hansford, beat tbeHowlandsSat-- , him and the public joins in lamenting Magg. "" ,' iirdayafterniKin 11 to 10, without plaving1 his loss, which is its as well as theirs. .. l mm: oh HKNT.-- My TT l""' TiiKiH'sl jilace to buy drugs, patent !iwt lialf of ,,, mh inninK. Tllt. boyM; The funeral discour-- e was preached by , medicines and toilet in tides is at A. It, lot. It.r further jiartieulars call on Mrs. lho ., i,a,lt,t(.ilim.i, x itowHn r ... - . (III llfl lllltt I'OHl ninvn jhiiiii nwnn I't nti)'s. Fannie Dunn. ' Saturtlay afternoon, to a large audience UHiial. schiMil books, ink, tablets. Ili your ' of synipatliizing friends, who afterwards Fiti'iT J ots, Tin Kans ami Jelly Olass jwter, pencils and school supplies of all .Sri'i-Kwill be furnished at ."schilling followed the remains to their last resting Kinds from A. H. Penny. cs at A. A. Warren's Model (irocery. ft Ziiiimer's handsome new restaurant to place on Cenieterv Hill I guarantee all watches and every ar- - j at A lengthy tribute to the deceased It Ic of jewelry I sell to be just as rep re- -' A xiccaiid UM'ful piesent given with the "hopjiers" and visitors (tilled. A. K." Penny. every dollar's wtirth of goods at I). only ."0 cents, and will include ice cream, received from Mr. Hobbitt yesterday, Klass. ' sherbet, strawberries, cake, fruit and which will nppenr in next issue. SOMEWHAT PERSONAL ULfTIl Qrin Wrrii v liiTrnmn Innnitni IILLllLI Mil LnlUnUvUnlulL PLEASE OBSBBYE 111 AT uuh. IM-M- Viaw.lN -- a full Aai(MiriiMninKrar -H- M'ROBERTSSTAGG AM . w t, WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. . ' .... i I f m l M.cr '"'"' Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the eye. , I . j , ,,,,.,, j SPRING OPENING! WALL to J PAPERING .illl'.ir - .,, OEGORftTIONS 1 l"'rom loo lo prr cent chr.ipcrth.in tver lulorc known in Coiitr.il Kcnliirkr Wlnilmv Simile to K (illlllOV"' uit Jllcinnhlnutionuf I.argetMKii'k M tclcctlro'ti it l.irlor, Oan xillc, Ky I'ainU, OiN, V.iriiilic :iml I'.ilntcrt' Stipplict, Win.liiw (I,iih, lie PIANOS AND OHOANS for John thir.h - Cii ' Mntlc.il ' A. E. GIBBOJST3, DiS.WTrJUt.E, KY. (iiiniii.i: Iiomn is lemodeliug the Program TiiuM ts C. Ham. will resume businefs Of old Short house hi that its oldest friends Meeting of the Christian no loiiuer recogiii.e it. nt the I'nion Store, Howland, the last of Church in Lincoln County, to be held at this mouth, when he will "wakeup"th llusNmville, Saturday, Juno Ki, 1SSS: Tin; Crab Oichard Springs have ic- - natives witli such a "terrible storm" of moisnixo sksmo.v. duccd their rates sotliat it will be almost bargains that tlie "blast" will be heard! I. Introductory exercises, as cheap to stay there its at home. See . Address of Welcome by Joseph Hal- - DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, far and near. i their'ligiires in another column. lou. ' hub PHI n n comfortable spring- . FANCY ARTICLES, &C. Response John Oibson. Mii.hi.mi:.K.H-iiiMKiilHrilmK1iniius fell Saturdav night and .,.! II. Christian --(JivingHellWilson Hooch , lM,twt.t.u hcru I. Sunday but not near eiioub for the vi( the eonnty clerk olllce. l'hUun prc.r.ptio u iir'clj componnJci!. wm lwivp lim, R oV,m,k (.a(.h and .:u-- Shackleford. W. II. WKM.K.v.of KniiNm, is huxsnf. needs of vegetation. Die mercu.v.w Inch, , , .beafteinoon. n.,Iirnll,Bnl . .). Scriptural Plan of Missionary Work -on Satunlay was up 1.. iKI,iul fallen to ,,,m. I. r several yeai WV , ,.t.nH or rollll(..trip William Stanley and Logan William". r,o ychtenlay morning. Miss Adkii: II MM:;,of Hainslsliuig il .,. . p'v1111,111ii.. Dinner on the grounds. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, is Msitllig the .MisMts Miuiiey, Tin: .Mei iv Kachelom loiim on the trTKIIXOON'. reiresenting S. I). (iiMM-h- , J l. Sw i.s is at his xst again, alter Oti: fiicnd, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. uniinlisi hop they have ever given 1. llusiiiess meeting. the nuiNcry of Snell i: Howland, St. ,i tonliiieiiient with rheumatism. A iiuiiiIm'i of iMttiitifulbellesand T5TI '. Scriptural Relations Rctwccn Con- Tver tiroitRlit I" thi market. Price Imtcr llinti (rMrm"!1 Louis, is driving a rushiiit; business in Mil. liwi. II in. tf Clark lounty, liaudsome beaux from a lhelcwet. Wnt' I c. Cln Ij. and jrv. ilr lie lfi are gregations of Deciple- s- II. C trarrison, .Niinnclley. this section and deserves thesiiecers he . U VII 'III ' ' UMIII V III Drill! IIIVII. is Msiting Mi. P. P. beh to take pint. is making of his business. He makes a Jose ill Million and John Hell Uibsou. Mu. .wii Mas. John M. Fostkii have ::. The taken nsnns nt the Myers Home. Hsi. IKi.i.. - An iiiterestiiu: gaiiie will snecialtv of Keifcr's Hvbrid Pears. White UviiiK-Mi- i, Gospel and the World J. 0. Allen Hun and J. (i. Miks M mu: Pit ki'.rr, of Shelbyville.is be plitytsl between the colored nine here MnjBira Umprrt and Ktge Oranges for gomery. MisM-his pHces are very low. IJIa Shanks. and Annie and with ami the I Un villes Wednesday at II o'clock Let no church in the countv fail to Mn. S. W. (ono and Mr. live, of al their grounds ner the Pinning Mill. Tin: trial of James T. Chaiuiian for the i 1..1 ""' Middlcbiirg, wciv in town jeMeidny. Ify.ni want toswag.Hi.ls.uine, go. Ad- - ,inder of Hail.in Klliott at Jenkins pre- MoxrooMrisv Pics J. MlssHl.ll.K ChK, of Htistoiltillc, is mission i:, eents. , ISyj, oecu-- 1 duct at tlie August Surreys, Pha2toii3, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, j.,, u,:m.Y.,m,v, --'ec'y. licr nixtcr, Mrs. H. H. Cotijutr. Mting Mon-- . those .liosed to s.tv that I'iod the (Wy circuit court from T.nmi. are Miss M vrin: Hiiown, of Ijiiictihter. is the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over -- A storm unprecedented in seventy s.,..t i. ,.,MHt i,M.kliiL. ,:lll..'hy till.Stttirday, when the jury was.hs- Thnm. with her sister, Mis. Hcirge II. Hluce. .", rain-fal- l for acquittal to ! and swept over the Ct.per Michs. ' d.arge.l, standing itsideof bispieture ? Mil. M Mils. W. F. I'u k nilefl yes-- t Hut wehitv igan Peninsular at..rdav night. Hous- no is. , .,...,1,.. lor manslaughter, with fro... two to JO es were underiinned and in some cases rdity to visit lelatives in Ohio and Chi- - .....abl.Mvi.lei.ee unit ami bridges were man who has seen him sayh he is the ' "'r '."' ""b '; l " airen, i.. .i. wt.,,t avav; .ICJ. Hieekiniiilge ....I Mr. Hays defended, dest roved and miles of lencingand wood Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better City, image af our A. M. Felaud, Ivsq. Mrs. Ciim:ii Jo.vns, of Kansas and Stone it Stone and Clark ec Adams en sidewalks were washed awav. daring attempt at train mbbeiy grades, and includes 3oma of tb.2 very be3t vehicles made for the ..mwd Saturday on a visit to her old A otiMMM, : A iiroveeuted. xot after Hillv (msm-Ii'The tiitil of James Piles for ' was made 1J me. chickens ami when he went to.hive liiiu killing Hiowulow Cnibtree is -- it for to- - and murderthe Cincinnati,uitkn iroinCincinnati on Indianapolis, trade. .Come and see our goods Deforc making your selections. ,,, .,, j,, Ciii.km, Jit., of .Mer- - (),. (, MUw.tH Mk. Ci. ,,. t'l,,K- - s . ,, ,is w ,m ,, U Mll)! v. and CI ica'..V I R . . .. .. ..l...ul.......!Itl.i..lii.t'ikf.ii'Allkli. ' s'miii laid him out wild n well lUt " iiltvcte.i tian eliunli. " relay night, .lust alter You will bo astonished O see such a stock in Stanford. ter HI o cIim-T Helm. leaving Delhi the baggage master, Jos. plst.d shot. We hear a gieat d.-.- tl alsiut s , , . , Tiiuextiiuiniiig tiial of Dinl: Fanner, Zimmerman, noticed some men on the , ,. .: Mu. J. S. CooH.it, ..f Kansjis City, is' ,f M Ja.k Terrv.Jin. Farmer, Jr.. JohnOitines flot plntfunn of his ,ar, mid witli the,s,ung her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. C. A. startoyni. expri'ss messenger. Jos. -.. and Un. I ctry, charged with unlawful- - ,.,ltowai.l the platform. Ketchuin, Redd.Sr. MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. The trespassers destrox ing at once began tiring, a bullet striking in: lliitoiiillians eoiild not ague in ly confederating together I. Fu.K Siii'siv. of Oweiisboro, is siting his parents, .dr. and Mrs. P. I., regard to holding a fan ibis yeMr.sothcy pi i vat" piojieity, was held before Judge Kctchiim in a vital spot, from the ellcct .lav. . tight agieci lo give us anoiiicr eniiiiee. me v uivon Miltiniay. It was shown tliat ol which he then next men succeeded en iiipvin. in will theie- - they had torn down a poitionof l.ittle- - sued, but the train Mrs. J.S. Hi xoi.irv, of Washington , Lincoln '.unity Assm-iatiogetting tlie would-b- e robbers, 4 in numwill ton Piice'- - house because it had lfccoiue ber, oil' the train. iint, is witli heruiotlier, Mi. RcuIk'H loie hold its second annual fair and lti- -t I iigleman. a notorious result lor lewd women and endeavor to beat its gol tcconl ol Minli.-wcounty ' year. It will begin August - and last men who made it a common nuisiiiee. NKW A!tM'.nTIsKMr.XTs'. MisAi.m IIumn.ii vV , OF-- , Judge Alcorn, their attorney, produced iiautx.is visiting Misses Mttttio and hi ee days. authorities to prove that under that Maggie Owtdey. W i: have a hmg ami amusing stale of case they had a right to tear it Misslm Pimwtn was .tilled lo her i l.v the letter from Hriglit Fencll telling of his down, if they could do so peiuiibly, but i....... ... .i...r..,...,.-ill..s,,i,,l,,... '..in .. ... IT..H .......I ..... o. ......: e..er.e...e :.. pen. ..K.....i.. the .1 u.lge held that it took ihicct pro. :: Jncss of a hint her. I ..f WitsliItiL'toiH'iiter leaching lliciv, which we have had ofaclual unlawful coliuliitnti.m tin..-,- t .out.iv, iswithlier inollici, Mrs. Ren- - Mdofj-- r on account of space. Hriglit ' ,.smblisb it a baw.lv house, so he held ",m,M ,,,'u"1 'V 15i". N'' !ls a wnU'r '""' tl"'"' in '" each to the circuit court for o, n ifnglen.an. sS.iU UION, KIKK.SVI1.I.K, KY we have no when nub b us Miss.in Wi:i.is.ind l.illie samp- doubt we will isreceive letter proposals destioying properly unlawfully a mismany be demeanor instead of tlie felony charged. s n, who have Imvii visiting Miis Montie'' WillliuKl tlicir .inniml Kiir at ihtir gr'nimN . from the leading new spnj 'v. went home Saturday. llaiiis, miles from Kiiville on DEATH'S DOINGS. D.m.i.iv. of Somerset, has Miss Ai.h-i',,,.M.nltif eonvciilion did not ad-- 1 lien visiting the Misss i.astiueau and journ till after ..J o'clock Thursday after-- .' The Covington Commonwealth au- .". 27 AND 28, 1888. . . .1 ........ :i.. ..f i.. 1:. ......... Iv'i.llv t '" ' ""' J" "' . ,l, iiounccs the death of the noted Metho- """" ""' ,Nr . M us. John IIai.ukmin leluincil ... . i:.,i(. ..f,..r j telling all about it, the '.i., ...:..:.,.. ,.... i. .. ., i.ibtrnl nrcmiu m .in J goo J inatiaccmeiii n.ic ' .. I Mft iiiiiimvi in ti it) iiiiniriiLiiit ""ie'''"o(the with Miss Jean Huclianoii lioni ittitN- - j.ori,mK ticket mul the admirable plat- - ..(),n old su.ck Fair. .r ti ice of 7:1. He lived a noble . ille Saturday and is now at Crab n"( f(l,iu. We are always up with tlie news l.'j,,VL.( ., rsataloSts.in.i iiarnculAr addresN, old age. IIo'M!,":' J .hard. WAl.Kr.tt.Secnwr,. procession and will be in the van ilu-- j i,as worked faithfullx' as a minister of Will keep constantly onhiad a and select line of Furniture M....I. W. P.astiv, sec.cta.y of the,rinh, ,hiH llM.si,u.lltial election year of Klrl.v.llc, K ' xspel for upwards of. vears. andJUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods Uitirel lo.ii i ompaiiy, ion nnu our Lord. Now is the time to siiltscnhe. " "V'1' "lam"lli,J KiU,.s,M' l,al'W LO his father, Mr. J. been on a visit to can be bought in the cities. Give me a tvial and you will be cono Tuts is going to be a gala week in Cin- - vey the ni.I news that ill C., son of Dr. oj(i(t.n pMrs. L. R. Yates, was killed by w vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. Kun invalid children, F.h-- j cinnati. Over IDO,(KHl Knights of Pytli-- i ""d Mas T. X) Hopper, of (iicen- - eas will be there and the city will be, ing run over by the wheels of a hose and ilallie i K. C. cart of the lire company, of which he Mile Texas are on a visit to their old decked in licr Hncst array. The tickets from liere on was a nicinber. lie lived about l'J will sell round trip Ktntuckv home. p wious-- l m' Wii mn- mid M. C. tlie III. N and 15, good to letuin till the hours, but never regained his p m..,.J . , He was born in Stanford in INK. CO mu hero to attend HI, at!..SO. The grand parade will oc-Wearen of lAiulsville, day tickets ami was nearly 20 years f age. The pa- g tlie hop Theirold friends .tie glad to cur on the l.'l and on that will be sold at SMtt, good only for that pers contain high eulogies of his chaiac- ,, J ;J.li 0 ifj ..- ""'-- ' L'--' i. I.-- .. gicet them again ter and tender wonls of comfort for the; . M.1.Jo..N.S.Owsi.KV,J.t.,isbackf.oin,day. , . . r, . t i rents, in. me taiier iivn i ;lit. . , yiik Pulaski lair Company awarueit sir ickci in . the law school oi uuinoenaiui i'iinra.i-- i ,"'r- - ;v'."l"'th..ng ' , (,,tal,.guc to the ? 'I1 in,jIlu ,)f H tv at Lebanon, Ten... He will graduate , m,,"lrt '" ii, live months ino.e. j,Nril , J,i.nx...Io1 ice over a ..,...,-' v. I. nnfjMgncd sorrow. been granled ,M.,.of 1IlMl.w. Tllis h I10l tll be wonMU..LT. Harris Las " ";, "' f) ;;. V' 5? S. (,ur prices are always as pension for service in tlie Mexican war. u.r,(lll( ' t II. (..vens, " " f , Work can be .1. audits ho preceded N"'"; " R. was in Capt. T. T. Oarrar.l's Co. K, ,mv as the tomb eight 13 ,(MllJ i ,th Kentucky regiment. execution the best that ,.... , i i i m r.: new Ijpc IIIIO ., iies-i;.- s vti.i limns--i y'ai, died at licr home m thiscountyl ' i noe .lilts. .Hi".. ncju, w Saturday night, at the ripe old age of !l'. Kansas City, returning Horn a visit toj jt ''he Fair will beheld September 11 She was the oldest Ui member of the llus-CO her father In Richmond, Va is the guest , t (i tonville Piesbyterian church and a good S. P3 . MIX. J. IL .illlli I ami other iriemis. of ,". of the signal ser- - and true woman in every respect. Six ... ii:v. Orkiii.y, . ....n i. .'.'- 1.,... .MRS. W.SII. in .1... ..!..,. i.i. r In. ii. tli'lt '. .1.11.1..... u. .!..... --... l... If i - . ....- -, ... C5 .. the College, mil Misses Honey wood and .",lii..."'." riii, ini'i iiiiii iiii' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiLiiiu imiiiii-,. . i i i ... tt iv. ii. in ,.i, linn i, ii ..f-- veus, .uis.i ! for Uncus Clyde lluirnian left Saturday v many volunteer stations I.'dwai. I Alcorn and Misses Helle and will leiiuilli for some is getting low, tbev i..r which now receive weather reports will l.cltie (livens, and although tbev were time. B be discontinued after July 1, and asks blessed with. the love of. a. tender uiotl , MissLii.v McIvinxkv went down to reasons can oe picsenieu mr inany years in excess of the tnuo usiiitl-S- Z Fiidtv to attend U wliat go..ls There are many A- - l tl.flr continuam'o i wwr that when B- -hI reasonsand here have been laid be-- 1 yp allotted to children, they yet give her will, reluctance though fully aware l.ey won, p Mu ilium he next one m nane , that she is better oil' in a laud that is fore the pioerolllcial. ' Jot: K. I'oiii i vn attended the St. 1.0U-- s itinveiititm. J M. Vn.i.itM, rf Ml. Vernon, K .' un for the hop. Mivt lttuii. lti:ni has returned from Millersburg College. Mil. M. J. Stkki.k has gone to Mem- i .Mil. lemonade. "DIRlTGrGKEST 5c JEWELER, ' I1" ..r T,V" ," abM-nce- ,,,,. ., i -- ne 14 t "i f k(S?a?R.W Mont-hedgin- s BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! ehs-tion- t. s "n,,n""" rn. '""' ..... .. .., .. ... 1 .. i- tt. GEO. D. 'JATEAREINr, M&STG'K.. n SEW FURKITUKE STORE I MA'U ft W CTTM 1 A lH .'... - "t... ...,, ....... S-- THE KIRKSVILLE il.-vi.i- , STOCK FAIR ' " JULY i j ton-mo- j j,-,- at '"" tl. lir3 !.' a I ' z - m-ss- o GGFFIN5, GASKETS, ROBES. ''' '' ' iri m , .,. !. "; "'" .. z ' a C - c- ) ,,,,, ",..... ' s "'"!"' ""'"" .,". ..,... In. o o o D WALL PAPIH, and FTHlTIT'Crit33. COMPLETE :STOC! ALWAYS ON .HAND. be McMnncy. in , i f "V" " ss is.' ft iitii "'"""l" ' " "' "" DULH.ii'ii ,f. .,,,,., TitiiHi"'""Hnnwf ny 1'i't, ssi. ., miji. "H"'"'i'rti'ii"i'ni"i' i i ntl i. , r. JC CJt i Nc Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 'l With tho foregoing explanation the study of these figures will readily give consumers a knowledge of the comparative value of the ditTereiit brands. To illustrate with the peuentages given the two powders before compared: The Royal containing 1.8 pints of leavening gas to 10.5 in Price's, its excess of strength is Itoyul is I .', in 10), or l'J.4 per cent. therefore l'J.4 per cent, btiouger, as well as 71 per cent, purer than Price's, etc. The relative strength and purity of all the powders can be computed in like manner. m The Chinese now isue an paper in New Voik. 1 pledge of tho fidelity to Democratic fnlth, and rconirmi the plutform adopted by its rcprctcntn-Uve- a DAY. DECORATION In tho contention of 1HI, and Indorses the low expressed by President C'lotcluml In his Cover their graves with beautiful (lower, lat annual message to Conresk as the correct Kver kind h.inJ some gift ilionUI bring, Interpretation of that pll form upon tho question of tariff reduction, nnd also indorses the l'o sculttr In sweit profusion litre efforts of our Democratic roprescntatUca In Flowers of llir lM lninmri.il Spring Congress to secure a reduction of excessive taxation. Oh, they wore ilie nob'cst .mil lust uf nil, ' Chief amonir Its principles of party faith aro Who went bravely forth ut ihir country the maintenance of nn Indissoluble union of free Who fought on the battle fie il side hj side, and Indestructible states now about to enter fell there alia 11)1 wounded and bleeding, the upon Its second centuryof unexampled progress died and renown ; demotion ton plan of roi eminent, regulated by n written constitution strictly do toshos TI little enaugh ; ppccllylnt; ocry pratited power and expressly Our lose and respect in the yeirscome mid resetting to the States or people tho entire Hut thl wo can do while freedom's ling will is, icslduc of power; tho encouragement Strew beautiful tinner o'er our hero' of a jealous popular vigilance, directed to all who hato been chosen for brief terms to Pause .1 moment here by this grave sad and lone, law, and are narked with the out word, enact nnd execute tho presort Itifr peace. See, the charged Willi the duty of "Unknown," Insuring equality nnd establishing justice. It must be h voting form that rests 'nealli this ill), Tho Democratic party welroino nn exacting For the brightest of siinbouns the longest here scrutiny of tho administration of the executive power, which four vears ngo was committed to stay Its trust In the election of C5rocr ('leclund In fancy si e a fair young fan President of the 1'mtcd Stales, and It chal lenges the most searching inquiry concerning Toward the bayonets turned i.i ll maul) grace ; Its fidelity nnd devotion to the pledges which ball from the foe come thundering o'er head, then invited the Miffrjgci, of the people. DurAnd he falls'midtlieslainoitlhe bailie field dea-ting a most critical period if our financial afII II 1888. .May 30, fairs, resulting from ovcrlaxnllon, the anomalous condition of our currency nnd public debt BAKING POWDERS. unmatured, It has, by the adoption of a disaster, but greatly promoted tho properlty of tho people. Official Tests by the Ohio State Fend Comt It has reversed tho Improvident and unwise mission. policy of tho Itepubllcan party touching the public domain, nnd has reclaimed from corporAnalyses of the Chief Brands in the Market ations nnd syndicates, alien nnd domestic, and restored to tho peoplo near y ono Their Strength and Value Ascertained. hundred millions of acres of valuable land to The Ohio State Dairy and Food Coin be sacredly held ns homesteads for our eltircns. tho While curefully guarding the interests minion, under the direction of the Leg- tax payers nnd conforming strictly to theofprinislature of th.it State, hit nude public ciple of Justice and equity, it has jmld out the, result of its recent oHiei.d ox.iuiinii-tio- n more for pensions and bounties to the solders and sailors of the Republic than was ever paid of the baking powders of the m.ir before during an equal priod. My Intel ket. Ah many of the lir.tnds analyzed llgent management limits Judicious and econompublic money expenditure of ate in use throughout the country, the ical has set on th? reconfoot It the ConiniNMou will be found struction of tho American navy upon a system report of the of scandal and Inwhich forbids the recurrence of general interest. It has adopted and sures successful results. The startling fact is brought about by consistently puriued a Hrm and prudent foreign all nations while the report that of the :0 iliHe rem brands policy, preserving pence withthe rights and Inscrupulously maintaining all baking powder analyzed, 'JO are made terests of our own government and people at of from ilium, a substance declared by the home and abroad laThe from our highest medical authorities to be injuri- borers exclusion effectually hhore of Chinese the secured under has been used in food. provisions of a treaty the operation of which ous to health when has been tiostponed by the clarify the baking can mtjority In the Senate action of a ItepubllThe Coimiii.vsi-.Moi- i powders into three general divisions Honest reform In the civil servico has been Inaugurated nnd maintained by President Clet to their value: ond be hns brought the public service to 1st. Cream of Tartar Haking Powders. the highest standard of crtlelencs, not only by rule and precept, but by the example of his I'd. Phosphate Baking Powders. own untiring nnd unsellNh ndmtuMration of .xl. Alum Baking Powders. public a flair. In every branch and department of tho GovThe Commission explains that the the rights Democratic baking powder K that which, the ernment underall the peop'o control, lieen guardbest have and welfare of Ingredients being healthful gives oil' the ed and deftndMl every public Interest has been our largest amount of leavening gas and protected, and the equality of oil race citizens or color, before tho law. without reganl o amount of the resi-slu- has been steadfastly maintained leaves the smallest tpon Its record thus exhibited, and upon the in the bread. A small amount of pooplo of the continuance to caibonate of ammonia, wliieh is consid- pledge ofofa good government, the National Dethe benellts is usi'd in some of the mocracy Invokes a renewal of popular trust by ered healthful, of a Chief Magistrate who has cream of tartar powders to give them a the bsjn faithful, able and prudent They Invoke. higher strength. The Commission says In addition to that trust, the transfer to the that alum is undoubtedly a hurtful salt. Democracy of tho entire lcgllatlvc power. The Itepubllcan party, controlling the Senate The report ranks the powders and shows and resisting In both houses of Congress a rethe amount in each of ineit resultants, formation of unjust and unequal tax laws which have outlasted the necesltlos of war n it would appear as which in nnd are now undermining the abundance of a : a- - follow in the bread long peace deny to tho people equality before I'er Lent. Inert, the law and the fairness mid tho Justice which or Kesid uuni arc their right Thus the cry of American Name CKPVM or 1 V1 SK NJWDBRS better share of the rewards of Industry . Royal -- . . 7.35 Is stifled with false pretenses, cnterprfsn is fet11.66 . . I)r P'ice's 3 tered and bound down to home markets, capi14 39 j. Pearson's tal Is disturbed with doubt, and ureiunl, unjust 10.18 a. Cleveland's laws can neither bo properly amended nor . 17 54 5 Snow Drift . o e. UunerTeii De Land' 33 Ji 7- The Democratic party will continue, with all 12.63 Sterling b. the power conllded to It, to struggle to reform IIO MIATIC UAKISO roWtlhRs thc-- e laws in accordance with tho pledges of its ? Horsford's si. ballot-boby the So.1.1 last platform Indorsed at the Wheat JO suffrages of the AI.UM UAKING H1VUIKRS All tbes Industr'ous friomen of our land, an J 31 II. Empire 3" 3 Immense majority, including every tiller of the 12. Co d 13 3" solL gain no advantage fromexcesslvetaxlaws; j VeteranFavorite 34 91 Cook's price of nearly every thing they bus Is .. tvoo but the Sun FUever j3 17 Increased by the favoritism of an unequal Kenton Alt unnecessary n 08 system of tax legislation. , Patapsco 16 05 taxation Is unjust taxation It Is repugJersey Tliicleye 1985 nant to the creed of Democracy that by 70. J'eerless such taxation the cost of the necessaries .Ji s of life should be unjustly Increased to all our 21. silver Star 1660 11. Crow people Judged I) v Democratic principles, tho 5 "9 (Special) n- - Cro-vS6i Interests of the poop e are betrnved when by One Spoon Wheeler's. No 15 17.7J unnecessary tuxjtlon trusts nnd conditions aro 11: Carlelon to 91 permitted and focred which will unduly en liem .V57 rli li the few that combine 'o ro'i our citizens by ts 55 ileprivliitrthein of the benerlt of natural compe-tioj6. Scioto M 79. Zipp's drape Crystal liver Democratic ifleof governmental 14 Forest Cit) iO. action is violated when, through unnccessiry The large amount of ineit matter or taxation, a ust sum. fur the needs is and al- of an ecouemi- al administration. residuum in both the pho-phapeople and the channels drawn from the um powders will be noted. This in the of trade and accumulated as n demoralizing phosphate powders is largely of lime; in surplus In tho national treasurj. The money I tieasury the alum powders it is chiefly alum. It now lying Idlo In the feder amounts to resulting IUa from stipe. lluous taxation, will be gratifying to the public to ob- (), and the surplus collertcd Is reaching tho sum of than Wl.OtHOOO annua. ly. serve that the powder in ino-- t geneial li niched more this Immense temptation, Dethe bv the Royal, is also the purest. In remedy of the Republican party is to meet und comparing the first two pow dcr- - on the exhaust It bv extravagant taxation. Tho Democratic remedy Is to enforce frugality In public liht, for instance the ltoyal and Dr. expenditures, unnecessary nnd nbollsh domestic established Our Price's the ineit matter in Piice's is taxation. not should pnd enterprises Industries -- een to bo about five in seven more than by a reanil need not be endangered 1 . per duction nnd correction of the burdens of taxa 111 the former, a diueienee 01 On fair and careful reviseont., the Uoyat being puier than Price's tion.of our the contrary, a due allowance for the ion tax laws, with by a corresponding ligtire. difference between the wages of Amcrcannnd The carbonic or leavening im tiroilnc-o- d foreign Inlior. must permit nnd encourage cv ery brunch of such Industry and enterprise by the powders indicates their by giving them assurance of nn exstrength; and their hue value may be as- tended murliot and stecdy nnd continuIn Ameri the amount of ous operationwnicn the Interest no ofevent ic certained by can lioor, siiomu in this gas in connection with their inert neglected, tho revision of our tax laws conparty, templated bj the ' Democratic matter or lesiduuni us shown above. The and to promote the odvantago of such labor by higher the percentage of gas and the low- theapenlng the cost of the necessaries of lifu in er the peicviitage oi residuum the better the home of every worltlngman and at the same the baking powder. These percentages, tunc securing to him steady and remunerative employment as found in some of the mo-- t familiar upon tms question of tariff reform, so closely concerning every phase of our national life, powdeis, are given a- - follows: I'er Cent of and upon every question Involved In the probPer Cent of lem of good government, the Democratic, party Leavening (. i.. Name. lloiduum .... 7 15 submits Us principles and piofcislons to tho inloyal it So 12 61 Stirling telligent suffrages of the American people, it Price' 030 Mr. Scott.of Pennsylvania, under Instiuctlons tl fit , Do Lalid'i K from tho Committee, on Resolutions, offered the S.15 .. . 0 57 following (.cm, Alum resolution: . . .1 4.04 Forest City, A uni.. 7.80 "Jltioltnl, That this convention hereby enSilver Mar, Alum .. (190 31 ss 6 to .. . Kenton, Alum $ 17 dorses and recommends tho early passage of 6. P.ttapscu, Alum the bill for the reduction of the revenue now 40 o3 . ... 3o,. Knipirc, Alum 34.26 3 pending in the House of Representatives." CookS Favontc.Alum 5 So... The resolution was adopted amid loud up- 3 75.... One Spoon, Alum Jlo The I'lntform. Tho Democratic party of tho United State, In National Concntlon assembled, renown tho Ami K4?.iuiTtc( To tho Farmora of Lincoln and Qarrard Counties- Roller Mills Comiuuv wants tour whole wheat crop of S33, and will pay in cadi the highest market price for it Do not sell without Superintendent 1'ottt at the Mill or SANDIDGE AHEAD. llll tO.MIIINKIl MALI ION. 'the Stanford Hamlot Denmark I rB the 'the galt house, ru ej-- Sf Wil iniSe the cion of iSJj at mi stable ntar I' I. rOslKIt, Pres Stanford lloller Mills Lot She bv Citv.ln Lincoln loiintv, on the Shelliv C It) nnd Knob Lick litrnpi e nid, at u t uli (Or the sc.tiou, wiih no Insurant. e, or $J j to pituic a limit colt, sound and h i riht lltiuibt Ileum ir isulir bav,with pent) ol bi tail an 1 in inr, il.imW i M) t and nciioii, hu hands high, 5 v ears old ihi prinii A a svc.ir o d combined nnre he lm no tuperinr. if an eiiu , LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY h.tiing w in tint prireo at viirlmi in Kenliick) fairs in the Stale In hiine". under add e and in J C C II It lse,l model rings, and now nsn harness hore, ss u snd horse, I hire, as .1 THE LARGEST AND FINEST d e ieve he lm notLouiblneJin ami 5 ),'ar-oa peer IhiMlcgaiit Jerse) Hull evil s mil at mv Mali'B be Kntuck). Il.iut'et Deniiiar is bv K ixa: Dpiiinurk. he bv this season, at $a,OA8H, n lime of service, HOTEL IN THE CITY. nil Heiitiiirt, he Star Henui tr .he l J'n calf. II ni Drum ilk, th i.inl e r.rc he b) Imp with pnvilegr .freluni riow is not with 11 ,U underbred BHPIQRHrlnaV GII.DEROY 1 w 1 e lleuelnril head-hoar- 1 1 POWDER Absolutely Pure. 'I hispowder never varies. A msriet ol purity strength and wholesomenets More economical than the ordin.irj kind, and cannot be sold in of low leu short competition with the multitude weight alum or photphate powders Sold only in cans Korvi. lUkivr, I'owukr Co., 106 Wall Street, New York . 11 VINEGAR. cmi.li,McKinueyl K) THOMAS Vinegirfor me three-- v sale ear Ul apple - A Cam- . NEWLAND Is a Candidate for to the office of sheriff, subject to the action of the demoiracv LOUIS SOHLEGEL. PHOTOGRAPHER, KICTIMON'IJ ICY 1 $2.50 $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- - ed and he lv sir ford, 4th dim rooms: inc er, hflh dim Imp lllosstiiii. snedal IUKKISHA KL'ssIVN II VI Its IN IIOThl. dam hi old Lcnuloii,id llntulet Htutaar dauib) I mcr .V Walker Warner It lsueedlcss toa lh.it for harness nnd saddle, and for mtioit, beaut), iv e and cestui us breeder, llnnlct has 110 superior, and he trunmlti these unillil s lo hisotlspiliu t .mii 01 iiiv snprcn ttinii 01 pisi mors, s audso liidtucme in lor nine is.lsiatiK- - I wlh else will make Its, .Ulioii, y. hands and i uulilimli, In iiisin nun for the best ihree cu is hi Ham the caon of iSS3 at the tables of I nt,Tii3ri A 5(o be shossiitn iS4 nt the Dtnsllle lair let to Kv Karris, l.atua-tir- , (loo J pasture will be furnished at St sn per M) persona and spe U' uiieiiiltui l''be month AT $25 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Kiicti nitres to present accidents, but wl i no the responsib e shou d ail) on or was Mono) due if mare is parted with I sst ij .omr, his first 4 of his co is have ultrjt.lv the) ntv fine and laric Mr Kobcrt i oflti-- has LION, Illl t.NC s.MHM K one and sa)s it is the best soil ever foaled on his plaio All tht fiars nn) ono his vvrr hsd in iv bi bni'diuc was Au to hismils that have thtl bis colts woidlcon small, th come provo lo I be trary llluemout i by A esnudrr'. ItVllmont, miii is a ris.li Mahojon) Im), i)$ of Aksander's Abdillsh and Hell lis- .Mambruio foaled Ma) I, Chief, who is the strr of Nulw,ii 1 iil, Wedm- - hands hlijh, heV) mane and tall, is sltiill) hne Winttl 9 Irs VtrliM. s Ilirk Miair, 1 llS Slid ind f inc). is bvlh a natural anil pleasant suiutet harness 16 more in the i v 1st first dun b) Conganv breeds fans) and when ,iiietl) driven ill on lnlh He is hiijh tail stlo he out of goes like a troller hi ImiKirtf-- I, emoe I liomuishbred Millwood hv Imooried Miuianh id dun Uhtii sides lo ihe third itenetation is lia. ked li) tlior- on both stiles. making hint ser) acllsc ouehhreds Ktlitise id dam Ls Loin; Island lllick llsnk linitll a prilect lr Tra)nor handled llluemout two mi'liths and sitnsfhtli m salt. In for anJ Denmark, by he He was sired bv Similiter last season, he sav s in shape he can trot a good model Cromwell s He trolled Mr I.rt, Iter's iraik I, oddard's Denmark, he by (times track in t i$ when Ibcre five weeks In 2 tt, the Inst quarter in Drnttisik. be b Ihe race horse. Dsmnark. he lis His firsi .lain .1. sire by Sir limed b) Mr I etcher, He mvlr a Imp Hc.luefnrd J5 seconds allace, he by Sir jjisod race al l.iiingtin codsiJcrinrf he was In no Walhie, heb) lodhunler s s(r Allien. ihoMUhbrrd 7,1 OlOl OS IIKIUIIIS, Sllll n fourth m Highbred he b) the of ircinius bv Iranhv. Ihor KM. I VM N A KVIIR1S hipp mare ele'irated Mason . hip id dam a I.aiuaster K il .'m RATES TO 1111 Hrldmibi Chorister, id dsiii lis J to bj Coutrict, Importnit llrowii.h li til e' scroktln b Duke of lied- third d rchl. bj I'lrite.iud he bj Chance l.nrili bv Kciiiik v llboni nnd he bv 6th diuib) llriitus, ;t'i dam bj h I t 11 - -- iiniieelliL nun.viii'i TOR SAX,E. House and 5 AcrcH Two mile. South of Stanford on Nral' trre W'.CIt.Ul. Addtrss me at Carlisle, K BLTJEM03MT. Iiid n i;.tniuatDK9 Sviond .ism to Mitul S , xr, w L' K)e See and vvooil ),-a- r r II - WALLACE iJ, mm sl swdiuci: ARK, ss. oV list ly l.tUssou Jr is I.) LncsMin (6in Membrinu l hief, by Membtiiio I'a) master, ill" His sous sired 11 and h . of tiohalh . the dam daughters are Ihe dams uf 18 in Ihe i ft list Triii. son Jr is half brolh.r to Km, recsido' V i4 atn 4 vear old mid sdld lo Ktsan llonncr v that age for io,is I irsi dam by llodoi b old I'llai, sire of Pilot J' ,im 1 jolisi pilot Ir sired dams el Ja) Sec i in, Maud S 1 tA,; Nutwewd 1 181, ami 11 m the I jobs! .Mcnitiiilio Chief suctl l.aU) I horn ) iS'., WiKMlfoid MemliiiHo 1 jik, lliignsili i llsk s Meinhnno t hlef Ivjk, lia) llenr) Menilirino I'llui 2 17, Nun Star fis, Frtissotijr is a solid black, 16 hands high an llial tic" weighs pounds He Is a hor mends himself even if he had no tedigrce, t IiIikmI that he dsxs should make hi His.essing the one f iht ur4je. .uHions in Kcnlusk) () ,, H) j," li, iu S $10 $ TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, I'lintojraphs mall st)les and sues. Pictures in India Ink, Cra)on an I Wjte- - Cilors New de-M ,t t v sr) I ',pnce. sins in I'n mull S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT VKUXON'.lsV, OtKce nest door to Whitehead Dru Store. Spccnl attention given t diseases of children 77-t- f. s.,nof il Mt Denmirk avoir. 1st dam by MilDenmark, ler's Denmark, he b the race Oil his dam V orue . d d nil by M.,lgoiurAt il isn sjiste soHilitions asalMicwith Si adslc Private trial at, J vens of 14c on half mile truk. to ' ser, idl.uu by n d Drennon lorn is a fine, shaped if not paid before eamug time He is 14 , han w agon 1 11 horssi.li a, k with heat) mine nil nil. ij hands high, Mask with meal) points and getteral Dark liai, ijt, hands high The finest horse,' high. 1, a itor.i stdd er and win warrant him .1 uptir.liUss. I s POWt.l.l the best breeder ind the highest brid horse In j saddle breeder. I wss ami a half miles from llosiniitille on it Kcntuik) offered to the publn at o low a price' j Hstsissntillc and Libert) I nrnpike Kand lian and on terms so liberal rauiily 11 I HARKA WA Y, 2875. TOM KOHINSOX, If kt)menl is deferred till after wsMHiug tin will be added Parting with or musiug ma ,1 alssi stand ni) hue Jj renders nn lie) due PEACOCK, JR., 1 m' $30 to Insure a Living Colt. Ily JACOI I WILKINs MIC WV'IIKK j)j, I irc of III 11k Prince 1(U. Kimrilev 1 toU. and the dun ot Waik Jack, 1 ij. LIJMBEB YARD haie purch i.ed the lumber )ards of Messrs. (icorge II Wearen and I M Urine and will open a big )ard at the one purchased of Mr Wearen llesides lumber in rough and dressed, I will carry a large line of window sashes, doirsand shingles, laths, posts and the picket fence formerly sold b) s O HOCKKR Mr. Wearen. iji5r I 'I rial a Dam AI.I.LS, msj, and the dam of Athert and Wilt sn, H 1 ijt ffO( N i- m II) ItiSDYK Mlll.KTONI Oranddam I.DV C.KIsWOLD Trial to u agon 1 li I heal-oistink wi'l mite the season ssf W3 at es from Husiossvil e neir L irpen, ni) farm jS ter'sst ition, ind will be nruulted In serve b) the iis.str nice. WALLACE AT $12 50, TOM AT $8.00, c 1111 Jennets I hi. rine laik isb) 1,1 int. he by Imp Palermo, 1st dam bv Vtohtnson's S4tiitlsoH, he bv Imp lam laeo s 1st dam motB, 1st slam b) Imp llertrand by llln s Mass i, id si no "y 1 ipvacaisoe Is a bandsAme Jack, , )arsold, 11VJ hands I'lils nose J Will serve a few high, buik vtith iiica ,R.(2WMDJLB, KdHiisn. s llsmUrtfmnn. 4a H)4eimli bv iduiiieer, griiidam Clan, sIsm Duster and Ditlal ir. bv Aaserscan Ma siitrnp'siiiiH is at s.iiossesiged b) nil In kv on of the best, end l) n.lli) ike ser) bsssl krissj 111 hun ever foaled llu full .isier. Ksssm VI, ton, highe. sold al the Mil'erran sleM,r Jr m th prise ever (said for a htoss.1 mare al puhbi sal- iss ouis or nrisoer oi snit were ever huoVrd smgle suld al puUss- - sW f fllcld ."?"' lUi.k Hawk- da. Mis, Dun. at, bs S,.ii . HigMatlJer . grandam b Htoosl Chief .ire iVratus. itl dam be lim.ili.Ml I aBHie Kobins.Mi Wisule) Jim usif an lllood s Hlack Hass-- .ireal Ihe din I hu-- t 1 of 011 1n11s1 1 j is, and Almoin Jr s x an grandam of llelle llrnslir4. 1 m and Proiielie J Hr)au an Kuigold ate fuP bndher Hr)in 4 vears uld and Kingo d Hoih are is v., hands high slid eeli. me fine an I .Islish Vs. ore an nuke the seas.ui uf isSS at mv lab e l hi mi , s n.rtih .f st.tiilu-- t Kv Ihe list ir A Datisi e turnpike MelMnssliun be Kv.Jv-m-J- j's JACO aijisfor Ja k colt and Jiv receive ft Jennet , (J. vh of K)siltk's Hamlslii.rtsMM Dam.JOLITI, II) moon I IIIH. s,,, of I'aHtiie t.xiff HV Mf.iKt.IMI IN. site le-in- g resi-luur- I x st-- 4- - 7- f te - Ham Jam ot Pickwick,1 bletunl.in, dam Lidv llrtiw-njM, hvheeles'a A'metisan Mar, grand dam bv K I It Mil TON IMIIS Nigger Lame, son of Lime, son of Amcrlesti Killpsc s Wllklns Mliassher died vounif and left hut tenr colts, but Irom his grc it spied, riih brteding and magnitiient tiirm, he give IIESLEKS IS most lirimant c irrer, notii on '!he!rackUaniieinthe stud Maior I bonus Mutt on, ol New Notk, wrote us that he refused lor sv ilkins Muau her just a short time before his deith an oiler ot KOWI WD, K . Sij.iKxi, and the reatdnv ir, I irl Ilurr,sas that lie ills alwais considered tnat in the dc'ith of Have just opened a new tai k of Men . and lto)s' Ullklns Miravsber breiders sustained ihe loss of Clothing, Hats, Cans, Hoots, Mioe.. Drv (,ood. one of the vers jrreattst of all the reat sons ot old Notions and Family Groceries Also dealers in llamhlitonlan Coal Country produce taken in exchange fur Itvsdyk's Itumblitonian.vshusired both sire and goods at highest market price Come one, c tnc damof II AIIKAW lussired o 1 pi performers all, and learn the advantages in trade und ha. sired 10; sons vsho base siresl user 1 jo pcrfonnir. and has sired the dams of 50 per oritur with records ot 1 jo and hitter, prosing him the greatest trotting horse progenitor that has THE FLORENCE Al I II., tin dam of llarkavvav, vetappeared Ihcotil) is one of Ills three greatest daughters horse approichmg ill id k' llamhletoii as site producing dims is Aincrir in Mir, the sire ol . . S c the datn of Wilklns Miiawber know the hreii.ingol will bear I have bought the right to sell the I lorenre the closest an ilvsis and we hive even rontiJence Washing Machine and am now prepared lo furnish will produce speed and we believe those all who may wish to save their clothes from (he that he iiatrnnilng I1I111 will realiae as miiih profit from rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of Ids ol nrodiiie washing. Take one and tr) It and be convinced. the land, and as from Ihe produce ike An horse ill brouj maris his Mlic should in I II not w or r) you about bii)iui; unless )ou are fulworths the imhrtccof Ihe bluest hhsod llreed ly satisfied as to its merits, 1 1 he undersigned hue purchased the Florence er. Ati. Invited to ill and examine for themselves liU Attention is called to the Washing machine and ificr a trior ugli trial, we the horse and cstr produre following ut take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, OLsrv.Iu , f ir. 10, 1V17 and without hesitation pronounce it a success in ll.1rk.1w.1v ncsir nude vvh it could be ev ery particular, doing all that is tinned for n In his life until voti bought him Win Daugherlv. I W. Wallace. Dr. Ilsuirne, callid a Mrs S P Salter, A. C. .Sine, Hilt Perkins, Lewis Our piuptc were absoliitctv itiad to the merits of He served two mares when ihtee vears anoy, thutrottcr Dudderar, J. K. I.)nn, L. I. Dawson, C .Mrs Amanda Peak, (.eor'ze Pevton. Ales Holt- - old and got two colts, both owned here, and" sou ... r . " .' Sun claw, C. C fields, '... Albert Camden, ." Kaincs, K. louiu noi niiy cnner lor 5"sj. - - i ,u can bus is ll.irk.inus vou.gsur in or around OInry for A M. . Harrow, and man) others les than joo to' Ijoo, out ot common mares He M.f. H KIN. mart- -, and got 19 inals. served in Ins whole lite Ifcadquaitcr at S. s M)ers" store. For several stars he r in wild in pastute nnd cov tred no mares, during the time I w.ist'elng to I ssould go under orsla) 011 'top of the lis TIAIM. M(K(. VN Wllklns Mlcaw her was sired bv It vsilyk. , HXI.TOIXr& DAVIS ' niv c sre and hieedmc wi'l Slock lommille.l 111) personal altenii.ii t,ra.t furnished it re isou '. e rale. I be pud r r white remoeai of sio I No tesiinsili its f'r anidciits or es-- s I pes Pailing wifi si x k lurfeils the insurance, C KPI MIR J It General Merchandise, f RPfTf Ofl TI UlllDlulull iuH D SlrH.I 111 LI 1 'l'i f - Thi rine Stalin"' will make the season of iW ut Stiuford m the M.iiilord in) farm, t miles fro-and insllle pike, AT - li $20 TO INSURE A COLT. 1 1 lo-ti- WAbH INu MAOH INb 1 (. Stanford female College. Prof Paxloti hiving resiirned, the 'Iru-teesStanford Female College desire to smiplo) a Prui cipal for the Institution. Address at Stanford, J M ItKID. ) UI-O- ie, . D J W. ALCOKN, WliARKN. C m'tee tou-dderin- '9 m, illu-tra-t- ed Hawk, be Shirm in Morgun. dam ill lit trotting mare Hill's ll'ack lliwk is the sire ot Helle of Siritns--i 1 i. lnn't (H7H, E. H. BURNI1IDE, PROPRIETOR. Vomsst; America Allen 1 15s, and Ktlutn CHICKEN 1 a,. and i the sin of the dam. ol ill mche 1 J.t'i, and 1 17, (,en Tweed, 1 j1,, Ts)imesse To Louisvilo and Oinciinmiti also the loumlir ut the irreut lllick II iwrk fumilv Hotel still maintaius Plus old and th it has in the mate and fimah- - line pm ot 1 ,o o'r Its high reputation, and its Proprietor is determin. f i iti jointi in the C'funet tint belter represent ills ed that It shill be second to no conutr) Hotel in C olumhus (Hirklev k bv Old C olumhus, .ire ol NORTH-WES- T Cutituli me 1 S, dama Messenger man the Slate in its Tare, Appointments, or Atten WEST AND Old Columbus 1 (is iiinserted pieer brought ll.igige conv3)cd to and his iniists turn 10 Coluinhiii. from I un.ul 1, sire ot Confidence' SOUTH-WES- T. s penal aitomniod.i-lionfrom depot free of chirgc Navigator 1 llosainond J.tol, , ind oiing C 11 to C inimercial Travelers lumbiis 1 tsH, nnd ilsoslreot tlie dims of Hen j p, Pit Morrill 1 17, Louise N. 1 jok, N -N'o.-,. No Young Colunibii. is the sire of 11 ritv, 1 ,174 IN ptrrcr Nov ij, '87, or littler pcrfoi men., nnd he ha. 1 sons th it 1 , O.d C tiliitn Dall) he. Sun. iv e sired a jo or belter performer is the founder of the Columbus f nulls, which t.ve Louisville 6 ji a ni 111 I wa. tn the Last what toe Pilot, Jr, .nod ; 01 p ni .,, .. p in li J11 m s Arr Lexington , to Kentuck) " While . ulphur Spring... 5 10 a in " Charlotoville v.MJunit 5 to p III il 40 a ni " Kichmond 9 00 p in 3 50 p m " Newport New. a m 6 3J p m 10 T his soung stallion will in ike theseison al (lie " Old Point Comfort co a in 7 ii p in " Norfolk it 40 a in 7 4(1 P "I same pine and wilt be limited lo (went) mares 8 : p m " Washington 1 40 I" m " llallnnor 11 15 p mil spm AT $15 TO INSURE, " Philadelphia 1 10 .1 iu 3 00 a m " New ork .1 in, ooam 0 .0 And vv 111 rn In training' the Mt nl June. Votivvill tc the pedigree lb it he is one Bi.LIH tmd on 5 of the! best bred voting ltor.es south of the Itiver foretells the weather The Goose bone Lexington Division Triins run by Central ti me llu h is the blood of (ieorge Wilkes, American s Yhoiis.-indof dollars worth of CT is nnd Messenger to b ick him tor a speed pro , Main Line 1 runs east of Huntington run by Kiel but who can tell when you will need ALL chickens die every year from Choi-era- . THE LATEST SPRINC STYLE HATS crn time, which is one hour faster, than Central due'er Pedigree -- Kinni Wilke's was sired by I.vle tune. Ganter's chicken cholera cure? Keep a It is more fatal to chickens than No. 11, daily ADDITIONAL TRAINS Wilkes 1650. sire-- of M.ittle Wilke's 1 pi; 1st dim for there's no telling stock 011 hand, Sunday, leave Olive Hill 4 45 a 111, Ml Ster-hu- Zelk bv id lllavvathi. lull sister to Maud Wil- - .111 other diseases combined. Hut the 7 00 a mt arris e Lexington i 33 a m, arrive at Ham. 1 ij, id dam Tina b) .Maiiibrlnu .Messenger If it fails tocttre w hen you w ill need it. 111 Messenger Cincinnati vie Winchester 11 J5a m. who slrtd tllSCOVCrV Ol it reilietlV tlldt tmsihvlv sire of the d R. McKob-ert- s No ii, daily except Sunday, leave Cincinnati Maud Mes.eiigei 1 6 ; leTimbv Downing's Hns-,,.,.,. your money will be refunded by 111; Lexington " '"S been made, and til be CO!.- jujp m: Olive Hill 5.15 pmm. arrive Mt Sterling Messenger, 4th d im b) Young lefferson, pacer J ' -- t S,l'CCKSSOR lO k Wagg. 7 n o 010 5lh dam bv llnnl's Commodore vinced of its efiirnrv nnlt- - rusin'ro. r, ( r.eorire wikec; 1st son .No. 5, U.iil), lease Clifton rorge at 7 00 i.ii.u'fk.. m; trial A s?o Cents lvotfle ii Hnmrr, fn, dam" l.llll Coons, U, Amerlcin CI ly, 41. dim No 11 30 p U..!iirck . o iimiilie cure for M'MIOHAEL, i.L.ij,i. THE UilJLTJSxV, i Lo nm'jus 11 ittim 111; arrive .vsnunil 5 40 p korulos b) Mambrinn Chief, id dam Mrs Candle, one hundred chickens. Mcllob It is guar Dvphthenaaud Canker-MoutCatarrh, No. 6, daily leave Ashlind 7 to a m; arrive at dam of Lricson id Iliawatlu by Hiawatha, son 6U 4TH AVENUE. antecd If, after using of imp Albion, dim Dottier'. Maid b) M imbrlno Charleston 11 11 am; Clifton I'nrgc 7 36 p s ertsAStatff, htanlorit, KV , ana utm .v s.w of Messenger Dovvniner's Hiy Messenger hv l. Pullman Sleeping Cars on all through trains a bottle, the buyer is not thoioughly McKinney, Ky b Imp Nlosenger LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Old Dominion Steamships leave Norlork on Mon Downing'. Hay plncrs, d m,..-f,lht Ifliil 'tfktioll. Coll.tl Aba ...... .n..l dap, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Satur- .Messenger l, the sire of I.adv Martin 1 JJ. Jim satisfied with it as a cure for s,.. Chicken l... r.e sten j. s, ..i day at 6 30 p m for New ork. nincrilln, isiainuiun, ..irssenKri, siicui if..- patlon, Duz nes, I.o of.Appetite, ellnw kin for 'lickels, Rales, Information, etc., apply ut Oeorge II hoinas, who sired Scott Thoina. 3 at, Cholera, return it to the undersigned A discount of 10 per cent: will be giseti on all Shlloh's Vitaliier li a positive cure. McKobert ticket office or address and I.adv K.J K' and your money will be refunded. d. W C. WICK HAM, orders sent for Hals with a copj of the above I'MOS.C ROIIINSON, H. W FULLER, & Stifl, Stanford, Ky , ind Cruw A Co , OenT Pass'r At. Receiver Stanlord, Ky. Vi'ijr for Sale by McRoberts ftStajj. vertiseniint, mentioning paper. nejr, sr. STANFORD, KY Vermont II amble Description and Pedigree toman is a black horse, loalcd in ivw, 10 hands high, two white fert hehlnj. sired hv William Welch, hv Hvsilsk's II imhletonian, 1st dim Katie (rnius.liv dill's Vtrinont, id dam Hluk Swan, otkslure, bs Imp orkshiic, jd dam lis Helm Little I'.mit), bv Warner, tv Sir Chailrs, by Sir AT $12.50 TO INSURE A LIVINC COLT. , ith dam I. mils Speed, bv Imp I.csialhan, I Archs a I If an) mile is re bre (thdimbt Pae koltt , Mh dim lv Orcendriver, t lets retained aindlur horse i.r Ira led, m on ) wnl be dm 7th dainhv Marsland Pliunix, Mb dam bv wil' 'm funosk month Care it Ji (,r. !h-vlh dim fv Sllkv, ls f'owel, SueKiml), . 1, pet I p ige Ver 110 ri sp Hki1' ns pr. sell! mv his let. Speeel in Hruei's stHd lloos. Vol , sn n inont llambletonl in is a hne, big horse, with the v 13 llii s WK.ll M, M.rUul K) hues stvle ind good bone, ind a .ore brteder, itliam Welili, the sue ill Prince lmpcll sired bv al 1 us, Jcrcmiali i i)St lli.sie 1 rin lr,. in lib 1111 vNilih veas sir, d In Hvs I pi or better dvk . II iinliletonlan, prisaie resold it, 1st dam d 1111 of Itodeii's Prints, 1 1;, ind bv Impurtet the 'I rustte (son ( C ottoi and sire 11I 10 mil, s trotter, I'riistes , 1 dam bv a .011 ot M imhmio, bv Imp C P. Simmons, St I.ouls, I'rop'r Messenger, V.rtnont being a gr indsonof the gieit M A. Simmons Liver Mrdlclne.Kit'd ltvsdvk Hainhli Ionian, the grainiest sire living, JS40. In the U. S toutt nsriATS I mid ('ill's Vermont comhlmd, backed bv th.ir II. Zellln. Prop'r A.Q.Simmons Ll. r Itegulator.Ksfd by ZeiliniVy. oiighbred, will nuke a hue stock hoie llvsdvk". II iiiihlctnnian, lis Abdallah, son ol M iml.rino M. A. S. 1.. M, hat for 47 ear bv lli.liop . bv Imp Hcllliiunder, id dam dam H.cs. ini'lUBiiiii.i, IllLIOLSNaiS Ilaitibfilnm 111, pi iljin bv Imp Messenger DVirtrstASlCK ltlADACIII,L. (ill's Vermont, by Downing' Virinunt, sire tj ArrTiT,11.fiotii Stomicii. Hti-1 1(1, 1st dam by I omnibus, the dam of Knigma, Itev. T lteams, Puor .M. K. (Harklc)s) son of Columbus, sire ol Conhdc i, Church, Adams, Tenn., vtrltes "1 aS, iddamb) lie rr ind, sin nl the dam . f Nel suiuk anuuiu navs oeen dead but jddiui bv M itchiest, sire of the iur your i.enuine M, A. Sim(him of Climas, 1 i tiill's rrmont i Ihe site of mons Liver Medicine. I has (Hack M.iru, 1 ,.,, I.adv Oa sometimes had to substitute llrnnir llov, 1 jJ, II C. Ssno. sod. also .lie of the dams of stirs.' "Zcilin'i (lull" for your .Medl I 1 511, and I ogan 1 40S 111 ssll L.nr Addn-- s W. (lambelta Wilkes 1 ji, I'be King 1 mk Nelie I cine, but il don't answer the , J II. KSOI.KM purpose." ul i j". I.adv Dims 1 j jjtf. Outlaw 1 ait,, tf Du.ville.Ks 7 , Lid) I'm hen JJ'il-- , , and Kin Dr. J. It. Graves, IMItor Tkt 1 .. tut kv (ientleman 141s, and .ire ut the ,d d 101 uf Memnhls. fenn. I liompson 1 1C1S received a nackaee of 0111,1.1.., Phil Medicine, and have used half of It. 1 I Kvsdvk'M llainbletnnian, bv Ahdillah, sire ol I n It work, like a charm. I want no bv marc I" K. I Sir Waller 117,1st dam ,1amCharle. Kent llish p better Liver Ilrrulator and Oa Use. ! ' llellbmnder. id Vfc WUIW no more ol Zcilin'i tniituic WUUUUMUUIIU bv Imp l,in,,,tlinull ,d,lam Silvtrt ill. Mis. scnger Kvsilik's I Itiuihlet'Hii in I. the sire ,, of Nettie 1 iS and J7 "?r PULLMAH CARS AND SOLID TRAINS- - neiier , also 01 meother. nam. other, wltli record. l 1 10 or better Vermont Downing'.) bv Hill's Hluk Hawk, Down Vermont ..Ireol Llhinf if Allen 1 ij'j l!nigin 1, 1 mg . I. sire the d litis ot n, ind slso To Wu3hln;ton, Richmond und ire of Ihe d im ot , Mambrin.. IJruce, the sire of !. ru to 11 1 1 Han-niha- I Lads-llrown- IIltKWs, 1 j.) W 11 . , i 11 VS THAT FIGHT Tho Original Wins. ' ,i.t ni l, li &y 0ll aif. ft nQOQnilOl'fl fl Ilhlit '" EAST ' "; line-les- s v ftif r"- - av 1 Old Point Comfort. Helle iImiii 1 aV-- Hill III.11 k WEST t ' I - ' c Cholera Cure! i 1 ' s i, lis ' j I a 1 a KENNY WILKES. '& - I g 1 I R GEOGHEGAN'S, 1111 ;t' 11 e,r,li ,ii 111 two-third- 1111 -. 1 : ,. J - r ,,, Wrwmfrmm Us- . iinmiiinniisiuiiu si n.ss.