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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888061901 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. GOI) Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY, JUNE 19. d888. NO. 37 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. I IS WYB AM) ' NOTHING ELSE. MT. VERNON, HUSTONVILLE. THE PROHIBITION CANDIDATES, plead apologetically that picture Tlniiieon hi'lN jiooiIh nt fos.t for of otllce work and the seiious Illness of ninli. 'Jt I'UAttiK 'l'llW I.OKD. UffiliT A Co., will iiiou' tlu-i- r saw my wife kept me oil' the paper last week. Mrs. Dr. 1.lyes, of Kansas, is here mill to Itjirlioui villi--. looking well and apparently enjoying a (!i:OIOK. lAKXlI.KTTKK Uiivw lias lii'i'ii Tlio". l. return to the scenes of her girlhood. to tench our pttlilk-- school. I,. Tlioinpson in cIomIiij.' out liis She soenis to he well pleased witli KauKmu.I.mi (.iiiiiK.s, K, 'lint' HI, IHSS. nas and claims to have made many watiu en- -t fornihli. -- t of IEit IsrKiuoit: .ix yi'iin tiiitl uiiu-rt-few blends during tier sojourn there. A mint vwm killed nt William-slut- t liit'l u tnonths no we I iinderstanil the closing exercises inj: in How lint; (itveii. Tlie rtiliinu .Nitiinluv ninl a hoy at I'orliin of Christian College were very creditat linn twins of our "hoomiti.'" country proyrt--- May A otlicix, and lit-tniiitivlri jilayt-- to ble, hut was unable to be piesent. Netoucht-i- l tills town, a 1'iiilay ither could I attend the meeting at the han almost douhlcil since fair houses at the couit-liou-- e population and Satunlay nittlits and matinee Satttr-- church on Saturday, but presume you tlit-iThey claim l(),(KK) now. have been furnished with a report in Ive.iiitlfiil" indeed is the iew from iw day afternoon. I,. Thompson Mold $'.iS worth of full. -I-Hill. The eye sweep over as fait roir The deatli of Mis. Amanda (.livens a landscape as one could wish to look piods to one man since inserting his removes one of the last survivors of the fo- - "ad," Tin-towoo.s "at com." Thompson is a half liiildcn in the upon. noble baud of men and women who liiH!i of forest trees; all untidlncrs quite' luiMler from Itttshtown. Joe I'rewitt, a small lioy, fell from u gave character to our portion cf the of sight; the gt.tcefitl windings of, tint ll.irren river lending the. iticlfahlo chat in clierry ttee Nitttrduy iiiortiing, dislocat-tha- t county half a century ago and recalls running water alone can give; the ing his ami. The doctors reset it ami thrilling memories of an eventful poralternation of woodland and cultivated tlie hoy tesitnied his ulierry picking in tion of our history. Teachers and other candidates for fatius and white the evening. land, the well-kep- t T. i has returned from a trip examination are informed that the law and public farm houses; church spires building cupolas peeping through the to I'ineville and S. K. Kentucky. .Mr. tlxes tlie tlrst I'ridny in July for the of the hoard; there can be green, the tout iiMr U ju-- t cxtiMtc. mid Mrs. V. .1. Sparks went up to Im olnts, otttMde the tes- - don Minday. Conductor If.ie, a main nothing done before that date. In the proH-oro r railing, allow one to take in the line veteran, btottght ilown Sunday's meantime it would be well for trustees to settle their ditleteiices and unite their land-cap- e without the weatiness of passenger train. ttioughtfni ad- The citizens of this place held a ell'orts to make their houses habitable. tanding to do it. .M lightOur mail by the south-bountlltlott, for thehenellt of elderly gentle- - meeting Thursday night at the contt-meto alute ioiie to discuss the tjtie.Minti of water ning oxprci-- s was badly wrecked on myself; who tefif-like artistic tates, hut wlnwe legs are apt to works. Committees weie appointed to Thursday last. In throwing oil" the . My tin whoever put aecitain the probable cost etc. The mall at Moreland where this train does giu-outmatter is takinga tangible form and it not stop The messenger, with lordly the benches there! from present indications tlint our indiU'erence, dropped it under the mv readers hae eer an hour to If place will eventually have some piotec-t- o wheels and a large jwrtion of the conin Howling (ireen, let tiielK-gthciNpare tent' was ground to powder. I received treat themselves to a sight that folks tiou against lire, as well as hauling over, if they had to go across! ter right into the houses for daily use. something like a half bushel of fragrave at home, It is proposed to foice water by hydraul-i- t ments, much of which was entirely ilthe '"big pond" to sis- - it. legible. is naturallv, at a discount; and few ic rams from a large spring juM Itelow Why does Stanford not keep a good hill, an elevation it is in existence. On town to school-hous- c ovir know tint '' l congratulate "1' l,!l it would be the delight of of lid feet, into a reservoir and then tnillK thellhine, r -, - pipe it (town .Main street and thence ' '- " "polcaiito"l'r l" li " tourists; photographed; puil-dIkurcii it is the various houses. Hydrant arc. to be fining Prof, l'.ixton, and her profound tiful-ed,- " revisited. On the ignored, ami even the folks who live at placed at convenient diMances for tire wiwlom in holding on to Mr. Waltonbut am astounded at her want of fore! the foot'of Ucservoir Hill don't seem to purees. . hight in giving up Rev. .Mr. Mollett. appreciate it much, or know what a gem Impure Food. 'This step bleaks up a harmonious band luniU-.inthev tsess. U'liutv of Kxceedint caution should lie exeicised of the ablest young ministers possessed hope this little notice will tuin their at- " ,"J l''chase of a new article of food. by any village (beg pardon, aspiring tentton to it, and awaken n little home Ma" "ent cases of seriousillncs have young city) in the State. where it is s.. well deserv- i ihiii nMHiruii mini iiii. nui rii Tin. m.vi " 0(1, . Judge Thurmaii commends himself to At the iiresent writing am in the us- - patent fonls for infants, from untested go-pbrings "a baking jkiw dew and cheap flavoring ex- -' '"' everlasting cotninon sense of the ual "hot watei." The It always hit". It always will, tract-- . The desire for rapid wealth in-- ! l1'1'- - In a speech delivered recently he , y friends, it is not my purpose duec utixcrupuloiis manufacturers to1 "'' If it fails to do this it is not the goHM.-lI think place anything before the public that t( say any harsh thing of our iolitical if read mv ltible aright, and will sell at a large protlt, without regard opponents. That never has been my "u.v eyes are mates " "question is a very simple one an I to its ueftilncs or healtlifuincKs. At M.VU' of Iwking. Kven when I was a The -- ! wiynot a man answers, fairly, all the "lot" that is writ- - ptesent there is a great raid upon the v,'r.v '""K "disorganizing" baking jniwder market, and so many im-- , !,t a". fori,t " time of my first stump ten ami talked about the I effect of our gospel. Tell me, reader, pure and adulterated articles of this'kind fl'wh was nothing hut a loy even I always endeavored to keep a civil - liave been found histopeddled uliout t),e then wbenin votir I always recogniz-whol- e rv vou ever knew it ditl'erent. So the country that the authorities in several of tongue in my head. into the the States have taken the necessary at- - ed the riglit of every man to do bis own lf resolves thing of the thinking, and if lie would only think query Is it the "gospel" I pleach or tiou to expose them. The not' In it true or false" If the latter, Ohio State I'otsl Comuiissiou lias shown honestly and be as tolerent of me as I be no harsh thin disprove it. I needn't say that of that - a large number of tin-- brands sold was tobiin, theie would in respect to no one lias hen- are made from alum, phosphates, on words fall from my lips iippo-c- r all my critic and ever had the courage to attempt a fair a cheap and adulterated cream of tartar. him; and so in the contests of our own and s,,uare refutation of it, point by The danger to the public is made Mill party it never has been my habit to . .greater by the unblushing ellrontcry quarrel witli those who did not think ,)011U. that the with which the proprietors of these im- - just as I thought.' if I tind, from What pun- - powders advertise them as perfect, dreadful current theology that l.ittle Newton Vaughan, after having I.OHD, is jnak- - claiming for them all kinds of false and ,K. ,,;ira,ie f ti,tf j,t sheep lead to him the devil's doings to the was asked "what he MtpK)sed the Shep- ing intldels by the shoal'.' Shall! be iuqmssible endorsements. The otlicial repott of the Ohio State1 lvrt Wi,i,tedwith tliesliee,"Toskinliim still about it, lest the words should Mir tjK. ,,eVpected ll!4 strife'' Is quiet betrayal of Jesus into Food Commission gives tin-- names of a ,uu N.j ,iM ,j,i0 s of His foes better than the number of these impute powders mui ri.,,v. Another little fellow on being of impuiity and ineit matter asUi',l "what kind of boys goto heaven?" racket of defending Illin? I think not. And is it better to go on believing what in each a- follows; instead of giving the regulation Nami. .rcknt. or ., , om.h ,, (roHU(, a snijL, hv asWt"r. is untrue, than to undergo the pain of IMriKITIk., RTC i),.: bovs." ; changing one's views ami even reiraei- I66, i,,,., ing what we have fonneily declared to ,tfrltlu - ('J -- I lainu-rof the I'nited States receive be our opinions, and let racing our foot- - .Mt think semto 4ium ..is t$ mor) t,kai. lonev from cliickeiis and steps for manv a weary league? , ,.,., , fl()m anv otne:- one sotuce, :J not. The "agony of the tie.nendous ex-f.,c t that Oanter'h cliicken than the evils of contin- - Utr ut (j((H is l mi n ortism , ' i.inJ'i. jt i euoteiit cure is uauy aiintng to mat icve-nunous possession. Hur(i.raN piiphaip y. 4 sold and warranted to cuie by Hut in bringing this about, prejudices 't fiiend ate sometimes aliena-- , l'At.iii.a .alum) are siiiivn, i3 McHobeitsStagt!. 40 , j4o3 ted, and, where churcbianity takes pre-- ontpnin alim If the B nit put more y, olleiise will in- icdeneo of T(u, nMirjtI ; ,u ,,0W(eiM above-variabl- y If it bfull . puttim.': So heie and now be given. m,lltj0ul, Nuu, to Wl,bist o( viuj. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. have to regiet that some whooncewould ,lB Ilialtl.w Inon, or leM nut(l. I The lct Bitctn the world lor cut., ImiUcs, have "plucked out their eyes and given )r iiowler lhu 1Hju.llIu , i.ori-4ulcers, .alt rheum, (eerori, letter, chap, them to me," me now rather ready to wm 1Iijri jmil 8cK.llolu. KlHj ,lkh ped II.inJ, chlllil.iln, Loru;;mil .lt skill crop, pluck out mine instead. Hut tlio .letcc- wero fouM, ,n ,u rge qi1IalltltkIJ Tllt ,lu. tions, .ind initlul) cure pile, or no pay retions in tlie old ranks are more than purities in liorsefoid's powder were com- quired It U giiirantecd to nhe perfect atUlac-lio1'rjce 25 cenu per box or innncv refunded made up by new and zealous recruits posed of phosphate of soda, lime, etc., r or salt by A R 1'enn), Stanford, K) on. ami the woik goes lint none of the "nntiitious The Franklin "boom" N mom than without which its manufacturers claim Is Consumption Incurable ? . I'n-ti- l Held the following Mr C II Morris, New. equalled by that of Howling lux-enlife cannot bo MiMained. The iinputi-tie- s Ark , nay. "Was dmin with Ab.ie.s o( tlie College commencement exercises found in tlie other powders named ark, Lungs, and frlcmU ind phlclins pronouncthe somewhat, the thinned our audiences wete piincipally alum ami lime. ed me me an Incurable consumptive llctgan takwas crowded great citcuit court-iooFlout the teport of tlie Commission it ing Dr King's New DUcoierv for Consumption, most uncomfortably. The dear, people is evident that tlie Itoy.il Hiking Powder am inm on m third bottle ami able to ounce the work on mv farm It U the rinel medicine eier came, an hour before the time for tinis of tlie highest degree of strength and made'' Jesse Mlddlewart, Decatur, Ohio, secure seats. It gives usgreat purity. to New Discovery it not been for Ur King encouragement in thinking that Unlfor Consumption I would have died of Lung "reaction" is coming, as wo ooked-for Syrup of Flgi Troubles. Was given up by doitors. Am now nt health" Sample bottle free at would, sooner or later. knew- it Naturo' own true laxative. It Is the in the biot It drugstore W'liat an abounding fiuit year this is! moit easily takon, and tlie most effective A II I'uinv'i. apples, peach-eKverything loaded here Shiloh't Calarrli Remedy, a positive cure for remedy known to Cleanse tbo Systom McKob Catarrh, Djphlheri.i and Canker-Moutpears, cherries. Hlackbertics beginBilious or Cost! vo; to dispel Headwhen .V: Co., come in to ieplaco the strawber-ri- c aches, Colds, and Fovors; to Cure Habit- erts Jt Stigtf, Stanford, Ky , and Cnw ning to McKinney, Ky and raspberries, going oil'. ual Constipation, Indigestion, Files, etc. The Rev Ceo H. Ihaer, of llourbon, Ind Wheat harvest fairly set in. I think Manufactured only by tho California Fig "Ihth myself andvtife oe 0111 lives to McRobcrts Jt Sukx, Shiloh's Consumption Cure it likely wo may go to Glasgow next. If Syrap Company, San Francisco, Cal. McKinney, Ky Stanford, K)., and Crovy wo strike Nicliolasvllle by the iMth our . For sale by A. II. Penny, Stanford. conflict witli meeting may needlessly Its Delicacy of Flavor Chautauqua! in Lexington. Many of Why wilt j 011 cough when Shlloh'n Cure ill And tbo efficacy of its action have renand $100, ! Price the N'ville friends will wish to attend gne Immediate reliefStanford, 10c, joeand Cniw Ar dered tho famous California liquid fruit Ky McKobertt&Stij;.', those, interesting exercises, while yet Co., tic Kinney, Ky. remedy, Syrup of Figs, immensely popunot wishing to neglect pur meetings. .. ... .,t(l,l vi, t" All Are oii unde r.ier.il)le by Indlgeition, Coiuti lar. ItCleansosandTonosup tho clogged ill... ...!.. XOUUng of Appetite, ,7""" melting . pa.lon, Diifl , l!.. positive cure. Vellow Skin! and fevorish Systom, and dispols Head McKoberM a well, Pndse the l.OUU! S,oh., Co , McKin- - aches, Colds, and Fevers. ,V bum, Stmfunl, Ky , inJ Crow hot to write at length. For sale by A. It. l'enny, Stnnfotd. Ky. CcKO. 0. JJ.VIt.NKS Ever In .Testis, 1 ' ttS x&sw BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! i (1. Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over - r wmwffiSrcY. w. jo5 m ) ' '. OP.XKKAt. kPP CUNTOV II. rHK Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the trade Come and see our goods before making your selections. You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. GEO. . TflTEilRENr, . IMCA-Nr'G'R- MRS. J. F. WEAKEN, PROPRIETOR. Ki-d- Hrst-actio- . r 'i A . 4 f ' -- .Jt." f'l ' n, d e s JOHN - A DKOOK1 lU-iit- These art- the cold water candidates, a good looking pair, who don't expect to be elected, but who will be satisfied to be still in the ring at the cloe of the tight, even if somewhat disfigured. CHURCH AFFAIRS. ICE CREAM FREEZERS T. H. WALTON'S. Extracts for Ice Cream -- AT- '!' l-- i- e 1 1 el ." 1 ' '"''' ' ' tin-band- j s 1 - - - K-ttc- T. R. WALTON'S. dence cliurcb, preached an excellent sermon to the Baptist congregation here Sunday. & Wax Already 1M7 delegates have signified AT T. R "WALTON'S. their intention of attending tlie General Association of Kentucky Baptists, which and convenesnt F.uiinence FOR SALE ! homes have been secured for them. r'ifty.nne Acre of Land, mostly in grass, with Klder J. S.Sweeney, of Paris, has m .ill home on i(, 4 miles on Crab Orchard Pike. been offered $'2,000 to go to California to Terms easy T R WALTON. preach a seiies of sermons. His cliurcb lias gianted him a si weeks leave of abFOR sence and he will leave for that State ill rem the home at a If aboie is not sold the 1st of July. reasonable figure. T R. WALTON. Itev. .Mr. Noel, of Lancaster, is The claiming tlie authorship of tlie remark for which Sam Jones has had the discredit, that "a man who swears will steal." Mr. Noel is laboring under a strong delusion if lie believes such foolish expressions as that will add to his icputation for wisdom or piety. We have too good an opinion of Mr. Noel to think lie would claim the authorship of such damnable rot, or give utterance to it. Dr. Cottrell seems as much struck on llro. Parties as lie is on him. The Franklin Favorite sav lie devoted a sermon to him, in which he euloaieil the evangelist and told how helpful and his ministry had been to him. The paper also speaks in high terms of his work in Franklin, but takes issue witli him in his notion about the of animals and vegetables-- and EIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. chnraeterie.s it as silly and absurd in tho extieme. Pro. 15. can propably stand it, Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal School, Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. however. The Presbyterians now think their church will be ready for dedication by the 1st Sunday in July, due notice of which will be given. The African Methodist Church has a membership in the I'nited .States of Istl.flJO and they own cliurcb property to the amount of $.),."0,000. ltev. John I.. Smith, who was for L'O years shepheid of the Hock at Provi- T. R. WALTON'S. ELEGANT GREEN TEA T. R. WALTON'S. NICE CALIFORNIA CANNED AT FRUITS Fruit Jars Scaling RENT! w I Courier-Jou- rnal. resiir-tectio- n , STATE COLLEGE i KENTUCKY Military e. '" fliii-titmtt- ,,,. n pho-phute- s" Knr Catntoaite and other Information aMres Fait tfrru begins Srptrmhrr 14. IJsJs. .IA.lli:S K. IMTTKItsllS, I'll. II., I.rxlncton. Kenlnrky. This nincil in licioritii),' sci will kntiun and mi t piinultr .! trtiu-ctni special mention All who li.ieusiil Klectrlc Hitters sing the same sons of pral-- e A purer medicine doe. not exist and It U guarantied to do all tint is claimed Klictric , llittcM will cure .ill diseases of the I. tier and i and will remove I'lmples, llolls, Salt (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) other affections caused 1) Impure blood. Will FAVOKITE LINE BETWEEN THE NORTH AND SOUTH. drlic Malaria from the si stem and preicnt as Fur cure of well o cure till Malar! it Tficrs AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' Headache, Constipation and IndlKCtion trv VAcv LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO inteed or IN jj a HOURS. trie llit.ers Kntlre satisfaction tfaur md l per bottle at l'rice 5 mone) refunded Twice Daily. Through Oars to New Orleans, Louisiana and A II IVrniv'si drujf fct'iri Kid-nc- Electric Bitters. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. Ulu-uii- 1 Florida THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. TIIK TJ3XAS SHORT STANFORD, KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. well-Vno- lilXK- - CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 6, 1888. siis-"Ha- n, Hotel still maintains This old and No. 7, its hih reputation, and Its Proprietor 1. determiu. ed that it shall be second to no conntrj Hotel in Daily the State in its Kare. Appointments, or Atten817. im tion to his Guests. Basease comes el to and a ct a m from depot free of charge Special accommoda1059 am 11 ,VM' m tions to Commercial Travelers. 11 ii bad down. Trains south. Sisn: No, No, 3, " T"RlNSNORTitT STATION'S. l.'ve... .Cincinnati .... A'rv Williamstovvn i.cort-eioHii.., read "UP. No. No. 7. 6 4 4 15 1 5. No, 6. Daily. 4. I No, 8. Ex. wail). un. Dally. .1 Daily 7 55 a m ... 10 15 11 Daily, 8 j Daily. -- I 403pm Soopm lunin ounni 7 oj pm 10 jj pm 7 .Ivc 6 40 a in 5 13 10 en n m h ): 1 "', Vti-h,- March and Sept., It is an of useful for all who pur. luxuries or tho of Ufo. We you and furnish you with can olotho All tho nooessary and unnecessary appliances to rido, walk, dance, sleep, oat, flsh, hunt, work, go to church, or stay at home, and In various aises, styles and quantities. Just figure out what is required to do all these things COMFORTAIIY, and you oan make afalr estlmato of the value of the BUYEBS' QUIDE, whloh will be sent upon receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, VERS' GUIDE is 115pm 9 mm ml. Ssopmi 1000pm ...'.. 8unm IlKnm am 10 pm 11 jo ...l 10 35 pm 11 05 pm OTU'BU i 01 a m u 10 m ,J 5J5m 315pm ...' Sloam D 25 a mi - a in Danville.... j unction City Somerset OakJale Ar a.. Lexington..., i j j i 1 a a 4I a 33 a i3 a 05 a m m pm 1025 a pm 111 in m -- 850am 600 pmiL've-.Chattanoo- ' 0 00 p m 11 utum ijpm pm' I n, MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. 4 111-U- Miohlgan Avenue, Chioago, III. wiifc.,,.,,.,, . y v. ,. ... j co - ..., jy a11 ' yjurfoiini .... 10 pint,, 5 10 a mll.'ve. .....Meridian. ....Ar'v .... 6 15 pm L 00 a mlL'se Jackson, -- ..Ar'v 9 ,.,. 400pm. 11 10 a mlL've....Vicksburil .... 1005 a m , Monroe 4 20 p in L've., ,... 6 00 a ml. 8 15 pm Ar v., Shreseport- ..I., N, II. Tram No, 9 leaves Oakdale at 5 5, A m, and arrives in Chattanooga at 9w,am, No. 10 leave Chattanooga at 5 00, 1. M and arrives at Oakdale at 3 2 Mann Boudoir Ilufret Sleeping Carj on alt trains. H. COLLIIUAN, Oen'l Frt. Pass. Agt. JOHN C.OAULT, General Manager, R. CARROLL, C'.enerM Superintendent. Oeneral Offices, St. Paul lluildlng, West fourth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, o Ar'vM....AttaIla.. 10pm L've... Illnninsham ...Tuscaloosa,. 1243 am 4 10a m,Ar'v....Meriill.in 11 i.,k. l.'ve 710pm 900am: ,.. Ar v 6 u p m J 15 pm 135 1"" 330x101 40 a 9 10 a m L've 4 20 a in 10 30 pm 1 111 9 55 pm m 310pm 11 50 p m 15 am; ml 600 p m 30 a in 4 22 p m a m 3 o3 p in 7 24 7001m 21 40 p m top m 5 30 a in I 00 pm jloam 1105 a in 7 25 a m 4 00 4 in i ""'fl Stankobd, V. K, Junk 1!!). P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Kor Pre.idcnt, G ROVER for CLEVELAND, Of New York. Vict- - President, ALLEN G. TIIURMAN, fir Ohio For Judge of the Court of Appeals Is mi interview 3Ir. Thurmnn says hu tloos not know1 vliy tlio title of Old Ro man iHtipplietl to him, except that it tie ;u,kMl f l,i,n1from l,is, VlV'ltf V""?!" 1888 Allen, who used to he railed by it. He ittsu prote.sfen i",iioi.niee 01 toe reiiwin the lundana in associated with his name, but it probably jjrow out of the faet that when ho went to Congress in i l!t:t!, it was the prevailing habit to take snuir, and after a while he fell into it. This necessitated the use of bandanas and he was probably sinjjlod out by some newspaper men, who nave it a start and have since kept it rolling. The iKinilana is likely, however, to out a big .....:.... it ....i.:.. in mi' llllli' i.. .1 i'JM will mil; ..1111111111. j ; ' JUDGE W. S. PRYOR, Gov. Buokxkii, after months of careful examination of the testimony in the cum; of Win. Patterson condemned to be hung for the murder of Jennie Uowman, has announced that he is unable to find any reason why he should interfere with the judgment of the court, so Patterson must die next Friday. He protests his innocence with great vchomeney, but murwith derers have done so on the the rope around their necks, consequent ly that is not convincing. Many people are honestly of the opinion, however, that there is sullicient doubt about the prisoner's guilt to warrant a commutation of the sentence, but the governor could tind none and that is pretty good evidence that there is none. Tin: editor of the Central City Republican, who espoused the whisky cause in the prohibition campaign in Muhlenberg county, has been run out of town. The Courier-Journa- l says, "A delegation of citizens waited on him, and in a cold, unfeeling, business manner gave him his choice, cither to keep his mouth closed or to be escorted through the streets on a harsh and unsympathetic rail. In a burst of disgust, despair and rage he spurned their offer, and determined to return to his native heath." Mr. Stor-ri- tt choe wisely. It is far better to run away than live to ride an unsaddled mil another day. & S. A frviiilit train on the C. railroad broke tl.ro.n-l- . the lireon river hrulf-- and the onulne and bovon of l, W0"1 i"., r,wr' ,,r,wn,,,K ,U one brakeman, l.uui t oleman. , irrim-tlt..im. iiuri-eeuie or, who married a youth nearly '() years her junior last September, has further startled the New Albany natives by bo coming the mother of u kid of the mas- online pursuasion. Fiank and Kdjnir board wore acquit ted of the murder of Squire Clem bv the Minion circuit court s'attir day. 15.iwiii.gs was to have eloped with .MNs Cordelia Coppage the day he was killed and it was said that jealously of him had something to do with the ac tion of one of the Beards. -- Ci.pt. Mo Photon who it will bo re- .... to deliver sum, memberod re Chester rifles he had captu.od while iiowaii, on iiemaiid 01 uiv sueriu, was lined SiO and ordered to return the won pons by tho circuit court Friday. He moved for a new trial and wiw refused, whereupon he prayed an appeal to the Superior Court. A-- ' V. c . iriuii.-iiuni- : nt How-lini- s ". .... . . ,. v ,. rattleH nn.l.. a Wil(i ....... mont in tho knoli- - lint Kri.lav. w,,,.,.,, ., ml cl.il- amj jIn ilruii, of Somerset, are visiting Danville friends, Thomas I". Uarbco, of L'anoll, Iowa, is with his father's family. Ibirinj a row near the pis works on Saturday night .Mik1 Harris was seveie ly out by a razor, ho says, by Nathan Stone. Stone is under arrest, but denies the cutting. It is said the trouble grew I tr.t ll 111 t tit irMliu nf iniltki ..... ....,.,,.., ....... ............. t ...... ....... .. ,. .. .i....- r ago among a lot of vet end boys, the financial soundness of Sheriff... P. llai- llV- - III. till, il. till. I. til nhti ltt.1i. flilluvi ,u, kl, Mr K m f(f ,k nw Iviiv (rf mm A ... DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. I.KK If. HUFJOtAK, nmUl,liakt7wiur """", ,,,. SUKRKON nr.NTIST, SrAN-oRo, - - Khntuckv. above Depot St, Office .outh ililc Main, tv. odour, (i To the Farmers of Lincoln and iwlfBflfis i i , Garrard Counties The Stanford. Roller Mill, lumnanv v.aiil vour whole wheat crop wf S8, anil will pay in ra.li the lugheM ni.ol.ct price for n Do mil .ell without tir.t.ccing Superintendent Putt. .11 llie Mill or men uierMRiieii 11 itisii.il, l're Stanford fuller Mill I i .11 11 HiHrl-iiii- TAXES I ifurrai') ti niiHf ihr pica. enme forward and 30-- lf TAXES I taiearlyl.er)lnily y ( AND.S if H8 jihI I. I I To The Voters of Lincoln County: The ' II' V. .ire nnw rr.nly for T l will m ,, ,, ,.,.. , lllllw.iIIRtMSl.(;,l ,,,,.,,. It is said that eleven candidates will be formally put in nomination before the Chicago Convention, while the woods are crowded with dark horses. Sher H. A. EVANS, A. ! man's friends claim that he will have Analytical Chemist, within o0 votes of enough to nominate on the first ballot and that he will get - KENTUCKY. TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. LANCASTER, there Kli on the :M. The latter is not at Having recently equipped a fine Knllcr Mil Im Male. a t.iccialty of coal, mineral water and mineraliin, alyi Anal) Heal work of any kind Stml the town of Stanford that we defy any Mi to all likely, but we would not be surprised eiiial in iiiatilyif (Imir, we think the cilllen ol A.v exchange Vails attention to the for a circular U I'ivi'M ImimiI. the ciHiuly .hnuld hive count- pride cnoiiith I if he were finally nominated with Hawley evening. patranue nnd mialn the ame H'c i.h m i,,. fact that omitting renominationsandthe for second place. - "0 annual reception given by Prof. The California delegaform whom it may cnucern that ill Itev. J. A "awvers, of Umdon, e are l 11 first nomination of Gen. Grunt, made tion insists on naming Blaine and he market to buy your wheal and orn and wi I a. Poatty, President of Contn- - College, on deliver a tempemnce lecture here on the We )' K' the liiglicit markut price fur necessary by the war, the republican may go through like a dose of salts. have added .ome new nitchiucry to uuritmc meal torn evening of the Llttli inst. Don't forget to Friday night was held at the residence deurtinent and can now make meal to aiut any party has but once in its history nominaMT. VERNON, KY. of his Mr. J. A. (juisinberv. 'come. pcron It cannot b emialled b) any other mill ted for the presidency the candidate who The little ew Jersey dude, A.lhe inthi vuinii) We ornii a trial In our floi r and 0 Satunlav evening, the .':M inst., Those present won Miss Lillian .Iwii, Thi old meal department All having grain in our line came to the convention a "favorite." Walter l helps in perhaps be most id.- n and Hotel i a till maintain-in,;, for ale will plea. e .all at the Mill, where our Mr. . K ,fclWil,t Mw, KjlU. Smitl)( Mfi ,n tho hM r it fine reputation. Charet rcawtnable. Spe- agent ivlll be found at all time, who will give the The exception was in 1884, when Mr. one looK.ng imiivmuai wi.o ever iin.io( t,K, bctl prue. for ame. Ilrau and thlpituiT a Aiwk,mv at lN ,)IiUVf Ilfu.r 0. B. Caldwell, Miss l.ucile Caldell, cial attention to the traveling puhlie. Maine was chosen. Tliu three great his- lliu iiuillil 11 iijii-)iiiin ttxk w. v '()T IS. ). m nil- - jih:;miivii- - which ices and other refreshments will Mr. N. C. Cureton, Miss I.ucy Honegby, l. I. NKWCOMII. Prop, Supt , Si. in Turd Holler Mul Co Ullf were that of tial nomination, if the newspaper cuts toric defeats of "favorites" l Mi Vernon, Ky. nnie Leathers, be served in the lower, the pmooeds to Mr. .1. (J. Denny, MN Mr. Seward, of Chicago, in IStJO, that of! do him the least justice. This Nation Mr. K. - liauii, Miss Bessie Mooic, Mr. new Christian NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. Mr. Blaine, at Cincinnati, in 1870, and with a big X. will never consent to be be appropriated to the D. Noel, Miss KHie Bruce, Mr. W. M. n- Chicago, in 1880. ruled over by a man who wears bangs church. All persons who love the that of Gen. Grant, at ligioits cause and are willing to aid us, Stodghill, Miss Annie Fry, Miss Marx I hr in the latter memorable even if he were otherwise qualified for The dead-locDoors Vanarsdall, Mi. G. B. Vanai-la- ll, Mis I will Oeliver ! regular iitincr in St.mf. ril and Ma,..r Iundn.uMied, I.llarvc) H)l.WI IIS (, K are conlially invited to attend. Ke.nold., I, Miller. struggle lasted through HI ballots and the position. K II ( aldvell, Jr , and J s nuue, have tii mil) cverv murning open at 0 o'clock, exercises begin at 7. Bonta, Mr. J. M. Walton, Miss Mary ltd tii.ither to heroine Incorporated ran the convention over a Sunday and a tHk icinpain under the xirpurale nai ie of J a NEWS CONDENSED. was Kilinaird, Mr. J. M. Givens, Miss Nellie At -- A fi.w .lavs si,,,-,- . J. .V. Ntiu-lnni-l into the middle of tho second week. the lliehbmd h Way hi.but)- - luriipile KmK reell, .Miss Allllle or ixunl mu.l be iail at the i line ofea. h month '1 hi l.u.incs. i. be conducted i I'litwlmn to v.... l.w lirntlior's 'v " t ,lr- " WI the tm,,,!,, e when i n.mcr ijii t -- The College Commencement .,U,,wl,to inaintaiiiiiii; ami KinductinK of a Mi Ad.i" cd (Jrnblw Miss Minni,. K I llKKOV 9 Pattkiisos, whose neck is to be stretchttimpikt iimiI friim the ptnent trmiiiu , e Si.inlufd ,nd Hill, t.ap lurnpikr ill t.imuln . H ed next Friday for the murder of Jennie I) Ihroucb llial.land and WamburK pre urns C. A. BENE0ICT.& CO., Bowiu-mi- , owes bis death at the rope's tti the I'ula.ki (..iiniv line, tr ni f llt, .. bauv, . l ., and meltetl il(K),lM)0 worth' Inn. , iitwl . u.,.r. Miss. (ViitrliiT AIT. t . U. t'.xil-- Alss Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, named turapike . llf IlL-end to an oversight of the judge, as well 'Itiepnncipalplnie of h.HunrM hall be Hi.h Anna Spears, Mr. Kd XeNtm, Miss Stella lan.l, I i. coin chinIv, Ky as to his own inate deviltry. He had l lie .oipurainn .llall en tltc chopped his wifu..s visiting here last Minday. JainesOwens Wo.,.1, Mr. S. U. (.'hook, Messis. day -I- .siae Bronson STNH)KI, k if June, iSIT. and te.mii.att in tbr t sill nt twice before been sentenced to the penin.w occupy their new nw di ol '. hoadoirandc.it his own throat near t June n,i Hudson. Ma, "1t7'V ' ,!,un,H'Art from Bruce, H. tentiary and according to the law his Waterburv, Ct. The authiiri(d capital lc k .. in Ii,. c Well, Mrs. Ilopli, who keeps the toll gate factory drilled to rder and I'mitp furm-htat tlMMiand d..llr, s Im Ii .hall bo Mtd at ..icb . tr . at third sentence would have carried with -Tthis place attended S price. and in uili jmimni. ami upon .uch Urnii miles of niiiro:l(I here a.e H5.000 ire nearest Danville on the Hiakcrtown pike, lloarii n I lirril.tr. .bill prrwrtW it life imprisonment, but the fact was in the P. .. now, on which 1,3)0,000 iiicn l,,r ,MlsS, ,,0,,,.. ,h,r ,,,lst 5,u,,,la-v- has a widowed daughter, Mrs. Ward. t w. urii alt i,A1, l.y Ihrallairxil Ihu lorpamtion arc tnbe ma aied j for this not ascertained in time. But dette who made a lengthy visit to a Ixuid .,f li.e Hutit.ir., one f wli.nn .h.u are emploved., prr.idriu I.) the houid; and ui d, ,.., . ". , . .... ... .... frii'tiils in Lilsi'v entintv. is now at home. Mrs. Ward has a little sun and the little Patterson might now be doing the State METOALF i: HAYS, ' irctiirxltafl be ,. .!,... ne nncKiayers sinwe ai umaiia. ior " " .. . . i . . i. u....it t"- - ... ii ihr fir.t Sjtnr.li. in Junruf rath )ar andtkall .ere fu am jeai nel service and brave Jennie Bowman might S hours has been lost. The men will .Mrs. . I. G. Carter, wlio lias lor several '; "'i'" . their ele. il.m me me oi ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. cii.uiiik aHd lli'u.uler SihI board .lull a,o , ;c. t have leon spared a cruel deatl months been suiter in from cancer.' a clerk .. :i 11:1 iviirK ii i ii in rs ""-..- - v mr -- mi. i...i.-i- t " I he hiKkn.t : aim on IIAKllllKVII.IKand I'lM Vll.l.l ,KV amount of imleblrnlnr.. to , Ii inouiiii-win-s- i. iriuay nen llie lieavv with -- . o Presi.lont has decided to attend hm at ail) time .ubiect ,,i"1 to11'"' tl'" -- "..... which run; intense suflering of Frederick III, Will practice in any court in Ha.ttrn Keumcky Tun .hall mxei.nd one ihuuuind n ' ' '"r ' ' '" ir-- J f land a .penalty Any lhepnaie prurt) tj the .tackholdet. ha I '. by the hoiis,., .,e Us.k the .log in her Kaminalifl. limber, litlcv wademineral who recentlv succeeded to the throne of the exercises at the t'n.versity of Uc tract, of inal and "land for be exempt Ii.m tk lorporatr "" t Charlottesville, on June J7. l .ale. Information lurni.hed on any point and cor- 1I-Germain-oithe death of his father, '""'' ' WlllUl"-- ' u H' "' I s .7 - "l "tt ii--" .".Mr- fowl K,r"'S ..' J ll.i.d, W II Miller. K II I!i Mw- (. k, of p ic.juiiuenvc Mwcucn, llar...y ,MJ'..V Jfll'llj - ,Jr. tickets Iro.ii Cincinnati V'W.I spans the stream, prisr.-deWilliam i; is ended and he too has gonej - Kound-trim.H'll to drown it. IMM- J S ' Manlord June i, iMt , Tht. itlh. ,,oy M.,.inu. 1)U KniI1.IIWl.r the way of all th sh. His son, who will to Chicago ami return will be sold at SI f EDWARD H. FOX, ,., ")' ' ,u Willinni I... tl im,n,.H:ll,.Iv during till) BelMlbllcail .National CollVOIl- - ,'"!iKMivant. who iius ,iieen an .inviiiiu itn wolL-liu- . " tuvw.nl tin. uit..ritl. tl... .1,... ' "" tion. succeeded to the throne. It is said that ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, Kngincor 11. A. Tattle got a verdict some time past, is able to b at her post 'nd suspecting u hat was up, ran aft. lie favors a warlike policy, nut not mucli f s )()0 t., .,... . s Colirt ... .,,.: :.. ..... iS.orv Imu., to ,u. ,Mi.tifica- - her to protect his pmiiurtv. Justus he UAXVII.I.K, ICV. change in (iennan aflairs is anticipated fort .l(rlint t1L. Ct -. ,) f()r tR. , Ivldie Melvin reached the edge of the bridge where ,;,, ()f K.r ,:U1V . Ma. movid to lu elecam new Innl'linc opp .ite "I II- -l ' 10 C.'KAMS ItOl'TK. as Bismarck will continue to bo the pow- - hand. ill the old lady was standing she cast the the Miatiifli. e and . better lhan ever prepare, j in iuft aM Sumlav f.,r l.ilv, where he -- Mrs. James Xewley, who attemjited xiIii.li1 wjth ,,: flUlir raging torrent. The lit- aiiommtidalc the pul.li, with fine picture- - fmp deatl enipe- into the or behind tlie throne. The ,,rolR.,.s It , to kill heielf by shooting several weeks u.( . .... ..... in sentember. tle boy ran against her and Mrs. Ilonli. pii'itograph W hfe M.e. Sal. fa. Ik.ii guarantee,!. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE ior was 07 and the new one is 20. . ...... i. ..-...,..,t ago, iinaiiy goi over oriiiay oyuie neiiip- .... v..i Ileail foremost Inlliiucil llu. ,lii.r .. Tl... .,.i: i i, . .. II, ll'l. .tllllll llllll i in; I llVllllla; Mile . til - . Ti.lllil . i ...i. kli. .tl oi repu.u cans as- - 011 route. i iik groat pow-wo,. Mrs. Hopli's , ,.ter was swift and Is , CENTRAL KENTUCKY ( , , (. ' am sembles at Chicago at noon STANFORD M, flw. ,,ml ml;;las ,ho .lepth a,,, although she bul.ete,. uith ,n I',., it, I ,,,.,,. ' the prospect is that the proceedings w.l,y,.lail1LMl for s,u.rilinl. ,,, tlio waves heioieallv she as r,et,in. PLHKIRG . '-r ..1........1.I UILL COMPANY UQ.ZTIJ, (EAST, i. .... .is..' ill. ii... ..i.Tir-- . .... ' he long ami tiresome, unless iiiaiue is olares himself as favoring the nomination Jones, of Pine Hill, ami Messrs. (ieorge much the worst of the contest when annf,iiiiirer4 ! nominated by acclamation. Xo other ' of llaiiisun. '.....i ,... ...... t .... I........ , ..i. i..v.vi iifit.m Mrs. Ward ran to the bridge and jumped i. . VI. I 1.1111 ...vv., candidate lias huliieiont following to Hannibal Hamlin, of Maine, the first attended the closing exercises of l!rod. in to save her mother. The old lady Flooring, Weathorbotirdlnff, Cellini?, claim such a result, though Sherman is FAST MHE IIETWEEN FlnlHhiiiff Lumber. Mouldlnifa, SiihIi, elected by the republi- head Academy on the Mil inst. and .Mrs. Ward clinched and both would Etc. SaBh. Doors and Blinds nlwtiyn next to the Plumed Knight in strength. cans, is fighting tooth ami toe-nafor probably have climbed the golden stair LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. In stock. If there are nominations by our next is- Uen. Alger. together had not several gentlemen who LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. . sue our readers m.iy defend on it that The Kentucky Flour Co., at Louis weie passing fished them out. While MLiintL'i.r. im h 11 M . I). M. is still confined to his Mrs. wc will have it, together with how it ville, has failetl for SSO.OOO. Cause, Ilopli and Mrs. Ward wore in the ! No V. No 4 He is, however, inipioving. N. was done, rying a large stock for three years on a room. water the dog swam ashore ami the little Smith Hound LONDON, KENTUCKY, j The Louisville Southern engineers boy packed him to the house, leaving I.. sun ll.il) la S.i i. Fkaiuxo that he might get oil some' falling market. CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. I jo 'a m l.ve Conncton no p in ! i 10 Louisville Southern is now a iv expected in Lancaster next week. his maternal ancestors to get out of their business in his prayer, tlie re-- ! Burchard I.ve I almniith. ... 10 Ol ) J P III J ,t p in It. II. Young, of the Louisville trouble the best way they - ... 11 nt I.vc Cynlhtaiia a in 10 p m 4 iipni could. publican national committee- has ie- - sending out two trains daily South, mak..... !.. ........ :........-..- .. it r.. . . 11 a m 10 50 j. in 5 lo p Arr Thoroughly I -- . k The closing exercises of the prepar- cla. I'arc and Kenovated and Kcfiirnihed, Kirt Arr I'arn l.cMiiKtoii J vi in II jo p in 6 10 p quested the preaoher, who is to open the j I connections at Ve. champ over the Kcaun.iule Price. Day and night atory department of Centre College were Train, l.e I'ari. . . .. it 35 national convention with prayer, to sub-- , Queen it Crescent I'opular Arr Winihc.ter. ulo l ini 10 55 p in 5 lo p in 11 J c p in 6 0 p m Theie has been quite a stir in the concluded on Friday, greatly to the sat- Home, arc met by I'olile I'nrtcrt of thi. io;-t- f, Kentucky Holiness Association will V en ji ml Arr Uichmond. mit nconv of his netition to the Throne . 7 io,p m here. Prices have advanc- isfaction of the principal, Jas. B. Walton, cattle market r 10 p in Arr I.anra.icr.. 8 iS 'p in be held July at Perryvillo. All of (.race to it for revision and expnrga Arr Stanford 0 o p nt! 8 40 p m ed anil the traders have been hustling. and of his assistant, Air. Piilliam, and of l.ve Kichniond tion. This is decidedly a new wrinkle who desire to attend will address Mr. SHOP.: Arr llerca . ' -j 05o p in Fine rains have fallen in the eastern the patrons of the school, who had been p in nnd it is likely that such a prayer will W. II. H. Ditzler, Perryvillo. I luivr npeiipd i 15 I' '" but in Ijincaster and specially invited to witness the examinl.iiuhcr .hop at Knw'nnd in Arr I.e.iiiKinn. tiov. McCreary offered a resolution part of the county, have less weight with the Almighty than the Firnll Store houiind I. in picp.irol to furni.li Nurth-llouteverything is burning up, ations. During the ton years Prof. Wal- - th pub ict with an kind, id m.uu, fi.h und No. N. j. No. 5. of sympathy to the German nation in vicinity the nominating in llieir wawjii 4s heri'tidntu I hI I cnntin-m'lhe many friends 01 Mr. uceru (o ,.lH m ,.),., w ,t( tlis M.10() jt ,)S the loss of its Kinperor, which wasadop- my hhkhii de'lvrniig meat ti my niiimiii: l.ve Living. ton... b o) .1 in III Mai.ford and lb mil) Price will regret to loam that he con-- , Mttjiiiii;il a of excellence haidlv Pat Fiiuii, editor of the Irish World at tu,i unanimoiiHlv bv the Houst l.ve llerca 10 a I a'.lf IF I.I.KIN. Arr Richmond to Lexington to live. caIm.,i f0r it before, though alwavs New York, sees nothing but defeat for) u45 u in Itolt. Harris, a brakeman on the templates removing I.vc .Stanford 7 o a in J 15 the republican party, unless Blaine is Cincinnati Southern, fell from a freight, No one will hate to see ('is go more than landing high among the large iiiiinb'er l.ve I.aticMer ... 8 in a of preparatory schools throughout the CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS Arr Kuhniond,. 11 in n in a v and in the event that he Ls while passing over Cumberland river yoiirconespondeiit. nominated l.ve Kirftmutid... jo p III 6 50 a Stephen Mans, country. Mr. Walton is devoted to his -- Gen. W.J. not nominated he. will roinain independ- bridge ami was dashed to pieces. Arr Wiii.'lic.icr. S P I" a ' Arr I '.in G. S. Greenleaf, W. G. Diuilap and J. profession and when a bov finishes with a 3 5 P i ent of either party during the campaign. Mayor Nicklin, of Chattanooga, I. vi l.ctiugtiiu p 3 a 3 no p This is pretty bad, but we suppose the Teiin., was arrested and fined under the W. West left yesterday for Chicago. ,,:, it H10U,i ),0 Well understood that l.ve I'.irn J o V i 8 jo a ill 3 50 P " l.ve Cjntliian.i ... 4 cA p n 9 u6 a country can scullleon without Mr. Ford's gambling act of that State. He was Gen. It. M. Gano preached at the Chris- - hH, jH thoroughly prepared to enter 4 in p l.ve r.ilmoolli... 10 01 a I l P J 5 P m church here on Sunday. Mrs. II. IW. Mr. l'lilliam has given entire sat- - OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Arr f nviugtoii. 6 01 p assistance. caught throwing dice for the cigars. 6 50 p m ' 35 a Hiirnain rnco ielt yestertiay ior a 1s11 i,sfmtiin in liis departiiient ami will be The Republican National Committee On the May. ville llranch. No. 9 leave. laru at Tin' nmiililiiim nliil fnriii can he rcail Fine llr.i. and String Cam! in Atlcndaiicu from B jo, a and No. 11. at 5 ao, p 111, arilinijj at retained for the coming year. I'ollow to lulmit to seats in tho Chicago to her parents at Holenwood, Tenn Ma 111 hefore the meeting of the convention. It Attention: The demo- - ing is the result of the recent examina- July it lo Scptcmhcr int. K.Ue greatly reduced, lea.cn il cat .ilk.jo,mam, anil 111,.40, p m No 10 Democrat .May, 6 oo, a H per day ml Jioptr wi'kaiiil upward. airiiing at I'.iri. at ittm inn iiuuura, uiu ucit will declare straii-.i- t out for iirotuctiun. wie os. .1 Sio.am No w ,ac Ma).ville at lot an) mi tions: " Pecineis 1st prize, gation-at-larg- e class TIID.M VSN'KWMAN, Manager; from Virginia, headed arrive, at Pari, hi 3 '. p in The.c tram, are howl about the failure of honest elecdaily except Simda) ' l"Wll preCMlCl.S, lire iu una ui, Centre College scholarship and .() in JAS C KIN'tJ, llcldentSiiit ; MallOllO Nil jalcait'i. Conngtoii at 8 30 ft m, tions in tho South and give (i rover h ail ! I Ml II I IIMISTON, fieri.. in Ijiuouster, on next gold, Kenneth Postal, Shelby City, Ky.; the con. he'in.lications are that John Inlmoiitn 111103.U a in; .Sunday out. arrive, at -T.N ,, Columbia for vetoing the pension steals, leave. I aliunmhui 4 jo pin, arrive at '(.oviii.'ton for the purjiose of L'd prize, $." in gold, Win. Price DanThurston, of Nebraska, will be temporn-- 1 ntim,,,y afternoon, .It 6 10 .?.. v.. ni; SnniLlf millville; lid prize, in gold. S. W. Wil-so" great ami small. j ..' .i imi'. i.evins Ken-Yortfin 7 15 p m, arrive. I'ari. 7 55 p m. No. 8 Uaie. ry cliairinan ami Warner Miller, of New organizing a democratic club. Louisville. Spelling, 1st grade, 1st ivery, $ecd and .Sale Stable, t ovlngton 5iopiii,rrne. ilmniiih 7.. pm m'r prize, Homer Paiighmaii, ilovlo county: ' "f"". ' down-trodde- tm!k- -' wus ,lhcttl ,u.t printer can permanent chairman of the ChiTiik poor, ." 7 leave lalnioiiiliat 3na.u1, arrive, at Cov f(,r the tlL"kut- MILIUM at 7 en a 111. I'd prize, Collins Holmes. J,i-L- , For the fid 'JL'arl in tl,c take hope. Tho young rooster, who now cago convention. lt-te- r prize Herbert Price, Granville Cecil, ." v.,., I. ,,A. ram, j and 4 are SITNIIAV. s, I JfjfiM daily hctween Win- Mr. and Mrs. Sim Anderson Gen. Hewitt has appointed Fox firJw rules over Germany, spent two years in n Pojic, Arthur Van Winkle and he.ter, I.e.iiigti.n and Cincinnati; other other young friends train, are daily except Sunday. of Maysville, to the clerkship ' tallied a few of their Nelson received the same marks learning to set typo and one in catching Ilirectcnniieciioni. made WinchcMer with in the Auditor's of Hoe, made vacant by very pleasantly at their residence near and the matter being decided by lot. on to the mysteries of a press. Chiipeale & Ohio for Mi. ntSterling, Avliland Herbert Price was the foitunate one. Ll lli...tincio,.. harle.ian, W' V., d Ca.tern cities Col. Crittenden's death. He will have town Friday evening. An elegant giade, spelling, 1st prize Robert Dille-liavia '" N" taiiila Sleeping W'inche. Tin: Montieollo Signal does us the hontcr ''HI',Irani, unh Pullman ri.n of the accoiint of clerks ami lor followed by games, Ac, went to Ward Goodloe. In .ir. Car., ''! prize, tween Cincinnati and Uiclimoiid, V11., and he. or to use some of our editorials, which trustees of the jury fund. evening enjoyable to the fol- - Pulliaii h division Win. Sallee received make the and Wa.hhiKtnii. we appreciate, even if the credit is omitMisses 1st prize in grade Kngllsh uraiinuar. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. iiii.niKiiiici.eik ami liaggage ..heeled 10 any Kd Stokes, who murdered Jim Fish. lowini: ladies anil gentlemen: w ny a railroad. ted. MYi,ini,iiii.irtiiMti.irk ,,.... .. a number of years ago over Josie Mans Sara, Lulu nnd Lida Anderson, Dove anil George Jean 'M prize in tho 4th ror n... r .1 ... LONDON, KV, grade. Prof. Walton informs your cor'., I .IIAtON S. I. II. M0RS.K. Mae Preachers' sons don't always turn Held, pulled llroker Trowbridge's noseat Harris, Porta Collier and I ravelin.' I'a.Og'r respondent that a second assistant will (innd lurtiotit. and .addle lior.ru alviayi. for lure Act., t.tVI Pa.Vs'r Aitt., I.eMngtnn, Ky. on Coiington, Ky, out badly. Cleveland and Tliiiriiiau are Now York Friday anil has been sued for and Messrs. Gibbs, PeaJoy, Denny,; be necessary hen his school opens in ient catonable term.. London is lhe most convenpoint on the railroad lo rtacli places in the II. K IIO.NTINUTO.V, (ieneral.ManaKer. S10,(K)0daiiiaiigijs. Kinnaird and Hurdett. both sons of ihiuisters of the gospel. in the mountain of the Slate. to QonOinooa, Covlnsrton, Kentucky. mob composed of colored men, was under the influence of intoxicating took John Bowuns, a negro brute, from liquors. Both of African descent. jail at r.iion Bridge, Md., and strung Judge T. Z. Morrow held a railed him up to a tree. While hanging he term of the Ci.cuit Court jui Friday, . . . . , . , mououeti uiui lie muiiivii iu spcitK, .urn f was lowered and the rope loosened. .,mwi Lum, tu, ,lHnl.r of Bowans took advantage of the opportn-- 1 nt JI1K.8 CoP,,ge, charged ui.h n.ty, ami, slipping the rope from his HU,nlri ,,., h,M bo1, xw, U .Jh neck dashed into the woods am. escaped, ft)r ,liv(m.,. ni,n. ,.IlU.ri.), in the cases of Harvev Dishuian vs. Millie BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ij8111w ,l Sue X. Talbott vs. Tullrott. In the latter cae the plaiutitl Kverything is quiet here now since w,w restored to lior maiden name of Sue sehojl closed. The Good Templars of this place, J Doram. Coppage gave bond and has howvy has not yet will have a call meetiiiL' on next Fridav "oen released. A ..in (, n George Stephenson met Win. Hud THE GEUTS' FURNISHER, son on lM street Sat unlay night and the 513 4th St., Louisville. latter says without euiise slashed him I nrnlth. The fatluont of the day in the (ent fearfully with a knife. Stephenson is inj; line Hill he found in my note. I am under nnvst. It is said that Stephenson agent lor the ln4ianapoh Sleam l.aundry, the ,Vrrv. WOOD WALLACE, VMitkintn in.iki- - mj Tuiitntial Arllot Kihiiik t.io (orinii).t In thii part of the State ll.ilr cu'doif. liapiK iiml tluiiipiioini; ilunr In the late.t und ;imt in,prned.t)le. My ipitliil attention will Im'kIvck In lillt and children J ISM. J TIIOMI'.sON. Stanford. Ky H. Ilttfantliirnltiiru, hari rumrt and vtpcrle-ice- d MANTIS aly IUodhf.aii, K jmi II, Ia, tilr. IMI.IM t.et f.aiuidry in the world. ., ... .,,, ... w. b. psanrz", DENTIST, irOfl'Kr on Lancattcr toppo JLlXjXL All ork Euaratneed to site ilc court hnuie tire atifaition Albright .V Martin beu t inform their miny fricmU and cutoniert of the chance in firm tiami to MARTIN & PERKINS, Sfeffc en fm The new firm hope, not only to tiiiialn the reputation of Ihc old, but Intend to make man) im. protcinentiin the manufacture of tobaci.ii m Inch will be Inlhe Intcint of our cu.tunitri. We Mill devote .iiecial atlciitinn to our Natural l.eat brand, of Kentucky' bett leaf. 'I hanking jou forpa.t favor and a.kinu for a rnniinuatiui or your irade, v.e remain Krapectfully our MAKTIN.V I'f ftKIS 3m k R, A.M. 1ST0TICE - I NEWCOMB HOTEL. son-in-la- , s -- ; i: Sj-'- ICE, ICE, XCEt . k t,,h. One Cent Per Pound -- Hi-re- ..... -- ,l" Hii-Hy S-ot- -- a- - " .,-,.- - pll"''-,m-.1,.m.i:uMi.- -" ''. "'' frit-iilH- rZnZl 't: i.ri ''" '' 'i dt i9r, ll . , -- j .., ..,. KentuckyCentralR. R. , j ; , ,, - - - w to-da- y, ,,,,,. ,, -- - ,'K" ! ; ... ti-- i i WST$D .IWS.-JII- I , vice-presid- ent il JACKSON HOUSE. 1 I "''" i - . 111 111 11 '.M-'- JO . I NEW BUTCHER 11 h. sin-celie- - ik-urc- 111 111 111 Crnb Orcltnrd, Ky. 1 111 111 111 111 111 col-tia- 111 111 111 111 111 111 -- 111, 111 hy',1 j 11 o-- () ..-- n, 11 - k, n enter-Kespas- Lit-cie- sup-char- y, ' Win-che.t- ! M F 111 ! Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Wk want to Ml 100,000 Hawed shinnies. Hrtiee ite Melloberts. 1 Kii.i.Kn. Joseph P. Hon', transfer clerk of the L. fi N. load nt Jcllleo, was Hruco sold to Tom Wood 17 head of eotntnon iiiotintaiii eattle at .1. K. 3 NEW 1NEW1 NEW I !,,,.. shot and killed by the accidental lis- - $.'.50. Xkw hut and bonnets for summer H. is. c. ManQRer wear just iceeived at Mrs. Kates ladder charge of a pistol, which fell from a ne - bought V.. Stillborn, of Caldwell, Idaho, gro's pocket. of il. . Mulllns, of Ijuicaster, ur's. his Klrod herd of Shothorus, s" in numPxi'Kit chemise A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Stankohd, Ky., Junk 111, J 888 (ilsoDii' Al.i:, gntpe v m1,i, leniotiade Vnll' Vnflf mill tlinaie the Intent tiling in ber, at $100 per head. irltfu ..lii Imcik lrii.fi F.ight Scotch cattle companies reand other refieshing d.inks at h-- W j wiy ll(.v ,m. ..ju,t MS,.0(), ns t,R.v 1 port that they made SI, 17'.000 on their ' ' "rt,"a" nm be." Ve would like to sec Home of Western L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Aineilcnii cattle in 1SU1, at .luii (til. 1., a whltuiniin, ixn adjudged our girls try them. :.':!. l' per head, wherc.is in l.s7 thev MaiI train goiiiK North .11 ji put Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by ' ' " .South ..I il pin insane ycstculny and taken to the asyA him i:iit for the benefit of the Cluis-- lo- -t .Sl.ii'lO.OOO at 17 per head, I J7 1' "' trc train " Souili ! ' x ii.i.i: Coi iit.-I- oO Bakery, Restaurant and ' " S'urtli . ..;- - m lum hvMr. II. i. Alfonl. xvill be uiven by the local' eattle on the Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s tion church 6 30 m I .il I rriglit North ......... Tin: tr.tlu to I'uieville Mill hereafter talent of Hiistoiiville in that co.y little market yesterday, mostly scrubs; juices Calliomia Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand every- ..6 33 p m Souili . Pe latter train wlviinrry .aeiiK" night. - to - cent-- . . few Suppers at cents, thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of Wednesday, connect with the day instend of the town K aUic ucal. iiUled on taitdard Hint. Jiolar night trains on aed mules mii.i at 51m, tooo. Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any the Kunxvillc division. Ik ut in minutes faster. Tills section slioulil ami likely will lie t e "uul1 TW SiimiII J II .....1 It... !,.,.. ...l .1.... ..f .1 . t. ..I ' ,lT.,nv,.,-,1"ll "u , '" "" their Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. We do our own work. Come . , Tin: Caipeutei trial will be called at K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. I). It. Caim-kntkhas nlieaily a large, -- While we have been sullering a dis- - and buy at first hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. Somerset promptly at o'clock next - iav Kuwland ut s tun utid "' Monday. 1. SCHILLING & ZIMMER, Witnesses should read the number of names of those who will join countging drouth, the Old Dominion has Respectfully, rtt, in .11 (. p m unil F p m note from Judge Morrow, in this issue, thu Lincoln County Democratic Club, been vetting more rain than she knows Wholesale and Retail. which muetw for organization nt the what to do with. The Uichmond Whig and govern thciiiN'lvcH accordingly. MEANS BUSINESS. court-hous- o Theoo clubH will says: The farmers in the Norfolk sec-b- o Tin: Court of Appeals has sustained W.xtuii.s and jewelry icpaired ami formed all over the State and we wish tion tate that the potato crop will not warranted. A. It. Penny. .Indue Hussell's opinion that local option ours to be the banner both in si.o and yield much this season, the rains having Cxstoii oil, hud oil and machine oil does not pievail in Ilarrodsbtirg. The make-up- . rotted them. Snaj) beans will not turn of idl kinds nt Mcltobcrts A. Stag's. - decision is an important one, as the-ii- i out as expected, many of them having Tiik bet place t buy drills, patent Tin: Ilible Kiys it nilns upon the just been ruined by Htion inxolvcs many towns in the rain and other causes. n.eiliilncN and toilet articles is at A. It. as well as the unjust, hut at present State. The truckers only expectabout one-thir- d Pi nny's. there are those who are skeptical on the yield from from potatoes. Hix. your m'IiimiI book,", ink, tablets, A NOTin.it iR'iiellciary entertainment is point. The sinners all over the county supplies of all The Fair dates as far as ascertained pajHT, js'iicils and to be given at McKiuncy next Saturday have been enjoying good rains for the lends fiom . It. Penny. are as follows: when the (rent play of Kast last tiny or two while we christians of night, I gnnnintcc all watches and every ut-Kirksville, July '27, two days. le of jewelry 1 sell to be just as repre-s- t Lynne will be presented by the lest of this immediaUf section have hardly had -- OFDanville, August 7, four days. Admi-wio- n nted. A. It.' Penny. '2i, children 10 enough to lay the dust. local talent. Richmond, August 14, four days. rents. Harrodsburg, August U, four days. Hoi 11 of the courts of appeal have ad- SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. Columbia, August '2, 4 days. Tin: Somerset council paid one l.iwyer ioumed until the llrst .Mondav in Sen- Mkn T. P. Hiii. N vMtinK her Nter j'JOO for w rititiK the town charter ami an-- ! tember. A iiion the last acts of the Lexington, August 'K, live days. r.t Parksvllle. Jl.'M) for securing its passage. Paris, September 4, five days. The jM'rior court was to refuse A. M. Feland Miss i.t 1.1. n.n l.i 1111 has been very ill of lssly tloes not mind expends when they Somerset, September 11,4 days. uw l,0aiin in the suits of Welch k H nal lueneni'ti". HaVing secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchnet their money back from four of live Saulley and Hill & Alcorn npiinst him Miss Ki.i.kn Hu.1.01 is up from Somer-s- i saloons at $!KK) apiece. N'KW AUVKUTISKMKNTS. fees in which Judge Morrow's decis for maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness for the vacation. reversed. and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasse3 to suit the and next will be the ion had been previously m John- IIiiii.iit, Jit., is deputy under f"w my puce near eye. longest days of the year. They will J!il4jl. 1st-a'- i HiKfiland, 4to s icritr New land now. Ql Di:ni. John Peak, son of Mrs. illc Slfcr Kcannable rcujril for jtar.ulu brln-treturn nr Mk. T. T. I.m kt.v has returned from likewise be the hottest if all signs do Amanda Peak, died at J uncion City Sun- inlormation that will eel him S S IUvtin, HlKh- Unit, Kj. not fail in dry weather. Yesterday ami day, aged about 17. He caught the meastl i Nate College at Lexington. Mi.s. P.vii.i.v, of Lexington, is visiting Sunday were ns hot as hades with the les last winter and taking cold consumpMILLERSBURG meicury playing up in thcIHK tion resulted. The funeral sermon was In r duuuliti'i, Mr- -. u Shanks. Mil. W. M. Pim.i 1:. of Clarksville, Ten- n.i: attention of ,.ar,.,tswith girls , preached by Klder J. . Montgomery nlny at Ills late Home, alter wi.lcn , . smcc. is no for a few days a visit to tHltmu. U ...,l.illv 1.1 il... ...K-..i- . iDiRcra-a-isa- ? the lemaiiis were brought heiefor inter Col W tiscnient of Millersburg " atives. A Modern Progressive School ! It is Police Judge I. L. Hiclton, of wiieli nnirenrs in this isuc. No school incut. l.i.wlnnd now: his .onmiisxion arrived a' j th,. State M.tnds higher, nor is theicj I'Krr.it Stihiii, Jit., is a genius and can Whcreynur iLinghtir il!lc Uitd'it how n DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, ' 11 two ago. one more deserving of patroii.ige. intrticl-ci- l true wenen, a well a make anxthing he wants if he has someIII Mk. C. S. Pii;s, of P.trksville, uim FANCY ARTICLES, &C. Tin: lesignntion of Mr. M. P. Unlet as thing to stait on. Hit has nearly made In ic Sunday, enjoying the coiiipuiiy of - LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. us n new engine from a piece of old IsiilPi) iv.iansprcs r ptiJn npf unded. director of the Iluilding and Savings As-- j M swevthenrt. all that was nr.V C I'OPK. I'reMilent, asac.e.ted by the boaid Sat-- , er, which was aboutKnglish tramp left of AuMrci of llustonville,,,,iai"" Mim Mtuv Tiiomm.v, C TKCKHEKT, r MkS. named the old oueafternn ( Lail) I'nn'-ipiristlan College, and Ml-- s Mary .fc,! mluy nlt-li-t mi.l Mr. tieorge II. liruce Tobin, w ho passed himself oll'as a mas-- ; 37 'elected in his Mend. Mi. Unlet retires; Mllltrslnirp, Ky nt re here I'lidnv. ter machinist, had tinkered with it a day' THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, '"voiint of his inability to attend, V. Hi n:Ut.N and bride, who have or two. CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. .en isiting Mr. 12.1 Carter, rtttunitsl "'citings regularly. Tin: horsemen having about let up 011 Hver kpjiicht to this market. Prices lower than UunvjUc yestenlay. fur' Tin: L .x N ihMIiib up ll- mt the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jce!r lie. There let Mits, J. A. lU.ut, of Hiistoiiville, has , ., n i.,,..,!,.,, ci.,. . .i.iwi our advertising columns, we will not un- idder. Uwl'l tin irt J h.lit r titJ rL.r to the lmvet ... ..... " M fute I in Sunfonl, "..... paired 01, shcrt notice and warranted. ii hi.rititik.1i' 111 fur several ui.Ls. Iitlt ' til it is again necessary issue the two ejetm Ktntuck),oli irfMi ' ' '? point to ?', Mr. I sane Adler, better p.ige. The cost to do so is about Y2 ,,.,;.. nam sue is 1111 pioving. i,..u ...u i;i 1..1. i ...,! hi t..... 1888, each time and it is it rather expensive Cver. W. V. M. KivNKVsnll'er.slsome - (m t,nN w)li(.h (,(jIiV(.ls it , ( ..Pt-t I r the c ustrucli n uf five mile ItiMirv, unless the adertiers foice ns .,ng like another sunstroke Saturday, vi,u ,M(r(. )U :) ,.0tN tuni,lV N,vin.. .is the to it. Whenever thev do tlmuuli our mrnil.t " a'..ii'wi all light again. TT?T?T it is getting )ljr I(.ml, - .liilen.nce. reade.s may count on us to go at itiuniin WAYNESBURC & HIGHLAND TURNPIKE, , M joii S. Jo.nks, wife nnd Miss Han-- , . Tin: sti.'keis who bit nt the jewelry Ol "tlOIIIIIU lip II necessary, IO give Ml' Lincoln county, pritilrco leing ret.tred to re . h lair, of Mt. Salem, were with Ir. m L.. i;.., i. I snul.i.l whi.Mi m.i man's bait can get what consolation they pn.uuseil amount ol matter. JH( wife yesterday. MA-C'Hisker and , ip-Ro- r, Work can Ee seen at tl.c fti e . f W I! Mlllfr in Stinford, out of the fitct that they are not the Mns. I. II. Hism.nii and Miss . Klia ' liowillepl.iir. the term, fthecuntract. . 37 I Dr. CliftOII Fowler, presitlellt of Lirr. fl'l...- leimw ..!.. ..1.. 1 ..II... inI. ut, who came up to atteml their tin- - oniy ns)is woo wete Knob Lick Turnpike, tells us tin (?) jilayed his game at every town Innn the the fy) .1 "s funeral, returned Nttunlay PL TI It sAI I OK fl h work of the bridge over thestieain A&JiU U.T VI !Xi W W M arrived from West Tennessee line to West Vhviuia and stone Miss ni.it lltiun' at of the same name was let to Sam Hock-e- r, Fine Farm and Fine Timbered P jut, Va., Friday, where she has been bled his; victims from SUM to colored, at ?lf..V) for tearing down and Lands. ' etieh. . nding college for ten months. replacing in the new wall per yard and Miss JiNNir. liMii:it. of the Millets. Xs Fitinw last Mr. George T. Portiiiiui sft.10 foi new stone in the wall. The ilei'il,I I e1111r of Mr- -I; I'.lia'.ii'ih M Carpenter, , on the premikvs on wiIIsl'II pmili . is with irg lemaie College iion supi'itructuie was awarded the nml Miss Ma.y Mye.s at j I( Mrs. Trii.-h.tiiSATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1888, ,. ,rk wht.n King Uiidge Co., of Clexelnud, for $:VH). in ,m sI he farm of i8fi Aire, sitnpted i miles from llus. .Mjcr". the heax-- rain fell raising the Mieam s, jt js t i)t. ., )().f(Kit span and capable of ti.mille and i"4 im'cs fpim Morelund "tation, on . Di. S Chjk, of Montlcello, is nipidly that he mis swept oil' and woujd Mistnining a pressure of 4s,(hK) pounds to the new llnstonvilli and Milledgevillc piVc. .(3 nir. In a iri.nrl slxtr .f .ullii.tinn nnil thi re hither fretuently of late. A haxe been ilKiwned, but lor 11 iiieiidly 1. ,.wn the Hiunre foot. It is to lie completed maimler in altiahl wlnti dak and other timber, gh hnnds'int? widow is sid to lie u.. i. .. i.t i i . . . ..a.i i i i.. i.: mkii as niLkor anu imidi .r. . omirmuic uweii mill) WHICH iiuppt'iiesi in ins h.ij .inn ailil ivany lor Use II.V .llglisi HUH. ,.., M.il,B and neer V.uin. cll near the donr magnet. ' i he J. . rm .iit.es dm iot.i.r.. . hoi... ..nu to which he hung till Messrs. Jim Lynn1 Ml ... 1IIIM IIA.CI. ..I1S .11111 Mls Amiikosix Tiiiims, who Imsbcen and Jim Caiter .nil rilP MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. l him. 'and ni.ir Halt's Well, ir- - ( plait i h I.. sister, Mis. W. 11. MePoboits, I1, miles rp.mSt.tiif rd Itrns inai'c knm s,le ' ,,; ' r a month, is imw on a visit to M rs. T. CnNioitM xiili: t a resolution adopted tlouble welding wnscelebrated last ,li,,,oU,!'' I "'"nm n n k" r.xtv Will keep constantly on hind a large and select line of Furniture - u...,knt Mentor, I nghsh, at D.nnille. " " D by the Inst Mate cuiivention for the orthe home of the late Dn Vv J. Pi:T'N wascalletl to Kiion- - gauiation ol Demociiitic ( lubs till over Pivsident (inrfieltl, his daughter inairy-in- g andJUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods by the serious illnes of the State, steps aie being taken here to ii- I liday can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conJ. Stanley P.iown, and Harry, his Masttl-soiPevlon, 1Lm. lie returned raise one. Tim uniform will be n white son, becoming the husband of Miss MaI Imc pnrih r e Inml.er Tils of Mcr. vinced that I sell lower than th2 lowest. plug hat, with bandana baud, the cost of son. 'tudn ami reports him better. Xt..riM a id CeorKC limn and uill open uirrlited ( Mr XX'earen All those Mi.s. ltnriKiNjtiix.it Jonkn and her which will not exceed ?1..V). Miss Amelie Hives, the authoress, ,i bij jard ut thein.m. ikS. anj dressed, ill tarry llendes luinlicr r . iwothildreii returneil with .Mr. .loiin .xi. who wish to join can give their names ;ami ,, Chandler, of New Voik, xvere a largep.line of uinic'" ji iathes, il.mrs and shinslet, ami t ket ftn. i formitly old by ..l Let every demo - murrit-t- l at Castle Hall, near Charlottes- - lath,XX'turi i. IN id from M. Louis and will spmid the; to I). K. Carpenter. Mr. St. MOLKKK with him. Mr. Jones is coming mtt oltl anil young do mi. Meeting nt vj,,t va Thursday, in the presence of HMiuuer couit-hous- e for organization, tVc. t,e fnmilv and fo'u'r or line intimate ..tt , J. Lx i us. ol Nashville, is vis- -' Mns. fHi.iJ Tin: p.etty little blonde, Mi-- s L.vania ,! Mrs. .1. M. , , patents, Mi. ,, A tng her mriv A C.iokat Hustonville, ami Friday gave shannon, who nppeaied in a juvenile bl, ,Jnirt, Cm of a XV X V ,rf.iendshe.eafewhou.sofherpn.s.lp;.rtxv.thJul.all..nt xxhen our Opera mill,ilu.nt Iawvi.rut IluiIlllt(HI 0 tll(. House was opened, her star de- - ,iuv wiw t ami the wedding feast pre ,,.,.. ssijll Washing paied. The fortune-hunte- r kll.K.sMI I i:, K Mil. J. . Nkwi.x.nii mid wife passed but" at the .National llieatie had never iTKlay niglit. in tlie rolt of "Lnly met the young lady at home ami on visnx r leturiilin; - i ton. r ' i.v" " l'tts aire, vesten from Madison, I ml., xvhither they xvent Audley" in "The Mysteries of A udlcy iting there Thursday he found that she Will hold tilt ir n inn .1 fair .it t'mr kphiiuIs j to bttiv their little Allie May, who died Court," to nn audience eoiiiMwcd largely x(as not the heiress he had thought, so miles from Kill v III ' of Senators, Hepiescntntives and other he departed between two days, leaving of tlttx a few ilaxMigo y 27 AND 28, 1888. Coi.. W, (). Hiixiii.ky passed on his proiniiient men and their wives, and the young lady to weep and mourn. If Chicago looking ns fr"sh mid quitted herself with great credit. Her she has got any male relatives thev to haxe liberal premiums and y md i un.ls,v-niin- t Mveet as the (lowers that bloom in the early acting gave pi omise of fame in her ought to go gunning for the heartless1 made this ne ! t ! of the t sto s air i' l"i spring. We promisetl thatif he got thelpiofessiou anil her Iricnds heie xvill .scamp. I ir it i ', es ad partuulars address, Stiilc Miss noiniiintion we shall lenrn of hei success with pleasure. 1.K1 K.Secrttar). J I FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. give him ns we have always done ourj Shannon was etlucated in Louisvillennd KtrLsMlIc, K i, is very highly connected there and eNe- - j lost unqualilled support. A. T. Nunnelley sold toT. K. Wood where. 2 head of butcher cattle nt fiom 1! to' LOCAL LORE. II i.r.s Wci.i.. - Some ''") or .'50 couples ;jt ,rnts. Fun Svi.k on Kent. My house ami from Stanfonl, besitles others from KanWin. Arnold bought on Saturday of nt. For further particulars call on Mis. sas City, St. Louis, iVc., attended the J. J. Kmbry II Leo jennets, for "" e niinie Dunn. moonlight hop, which ohmi'1 the season ciioo, rHichmoml Hegister. at Hales Well Thursday night, and ev- -- Agents have bought for Nelson Mor- nu vn new stock of the llnest Can-tie- s erybody had u most delightful time. ,;R) 0f Chicago, ten of cattle in just received nt A. A. Wnncn'.s Pi of. Salter's orchestra of live pieces fur- XeKon county at Sl.lo to A.". Model lirocery." nished the music, which was very good, ,jt yn i.yiin bought in the vicinity of A gold ring, wliiih can bo and the dance was kept up till after 1 w.rvnesburg 1'--' mule colts nt fort totSO, ForNii. iiad by calling on Hobert F'..zel, jexvel-e- r, o'clock. A splendid supper, consisting mi,l'nimir of aged mules for $2lH). ALL THE LATEST SPRING STYLE HATS )t (j, Terhune bought 15 mult" colts jiroving properly and paying for this of oysters, vanous meats, spnng cluck- . VT en, naiads, fruitK, camlies, cake and ices, j,, v0olforl county at to i'lK nml notice. m was spread under a romantic arbor autl poiut yeailings at T T son of Peter Hoden-hei- all partook with relish. Mr. and MrH.hienfcicrut. A over and killed by the A. L. Spoonamoio and Mr. and 5 Irs. S. was inn si tCrSs)K ID- J Ci Calilwoll sold to F. V. Lut, of northbound passenger train at Williams-'uirgSunila- .M. Siiooiiamore saw to the enjoyment of and otheis, 7,(XX) M'MIOHAEL, i,lHvil!tt for himself THE HATTER,! ri).in- the crowd and diil it handsomely. .Mr.i...... i111Mi10iunf li.nlev nt 7:l i ts. ,. ... -, m Is Receiving His GU 4TH AVENUE, I il xx K put on a comloitaole spnng-xvngo- n Spoonamore tells us he has prospectH for villo Advocate, season and that ho will repented LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Thu Ilrooklyn Handicap at Sheeps-- . to run between heie and Dan- - u good !1 o'clock . - . each ly during the time give such hops us head Hay was witnessed by !5"i,000 people ile. Will leave heie at 1 ... -- ....,. uv i.ikxvooo !.. .I.A-n a . u.ihiii ..r :n ..r ,i.i. . I morning, returning at I in thoafternoon. the last. His place is a nlco one to spend am was won I... I'll. hi -- .w., ...1.1. uii a few days and many of our citizens xvill Terra t'otta a good si ml ami Forenzi ' ord.is . m i..r it n. ..u a i .,r hih ntm,. Hd - ' Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial. one xvay " cents, or round-tri. mt.iM.ii in take advantage of it. tllinl ' fl.'J"). A.T. Nunnelley. walton, uuh, ., 1 il- j I zpIj:eia.s:e2 observe M'ROBERTSSTAGG f U ; Su-oth- er WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. - u I ytf FEMALE COLLEGE! Aa Mo ' PEN N Y, & jeweler, ' e i 1 l "' ITotice to Contractors. 1 I - '' V .,. Saturday, June 30, 1 a. ' t...,. J ,J FURNITURE STORE VTTM AKr J j --,7,i- j in andpprVr . 1 -- - & S-- 'i t - y 1 n-c- iusl ,.i i - 1 I I H. - YARD! 1 i ' 1 1 X ' ' ; ., ' ntr ,., THE KIRKSVILLE tT ll'), SOFFINS, 6ASHETS, ROBES. ,,.,,.,. ' CTfl ( If U O I AXX1 M-- 1 o tie-wa- JULY 1 X . i WALL PAPER and FURilTITXJIlE. COMPLETE :STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. car-loa- B. K. WEAREN1. B Mo (Co .5 irOFILJilTj Isburg hi:-yk.xii-oi,- ii k. b. dEOGHEGAMUi MRRnM A NT T A AND SUMMER .AR y. m j 1 1 SPRING GOODS. . , p Mill-fiHH- it .'.-i- jr v.)vA.v ,., y Lyiif-V- A Ar..?it mf mmnm WiAaipy yf 4 .. .at .. j f '.nwWlW.Bfc.. pyn y w.MwMM.iiiiiafjlPli"iliaJKitw.,t1i1,,w, , .i,,,..,. ,. J '" 7" Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal; Publlshod Every Tuesday and Friday 5? I'icii ykau, ix ,vdv.a.:sci: not o paid nrWhcn $2 SO will be charged." Oeath of Greenup Jones. To the KJllor of the Intcrlorjoum.il 3Iro.v City, Mo. Mr. (iroeiitii) Jones, near Juckbouvlllu. Mo., after Mcvur.il week of intense HiiHeriiijr, died very vasy June t()att v. m. Deceased was a uativo of Lincoln county, Ky., where lie iias still livine two brothers, D.S. Jones, 'A MoKinney, and M. .S. Jone.s, of Mt. nlum; also three sibtern, Mrs. Xnoini i'uir, Mrs. Talitha Kloy and Mrs Xiivv liitTe. lie married Mis. Xancy Stunh- enton, whose relatives also live in Lincoln. He came to Missouri over III) .years ao. He was nearly 70 years old, ami has been a member of the ltantist Church nearly CO years, and of which he was deacon at the time of his death. On the 11th, followed by a very large crowd, ttml after appropriate services by the writer, and a eulogy by his pastor at the church, his remains were laid away to rest in the Union Church cemetery, till the voice of (Sod, in which he had iin-- j illicit faith, shall call it forth. lie leaves liis dear wife, who is quite feeble, two' .jons, Thomas Stevenson and Adamantine, and live daughters, with many1 liends to mourn their loss, which is his rain. Jamks M. Coi.km.vx. ! important to Witnesses in Carpenter Case. To the Editor Interior Journ.il ) ouekskt, June HI. Will you be kind ' t'uough to say through your paper that the trial of Wallace Carpenter will bei called at!) o'clock a. l, June 'Jotli, and that tho witnesses will have to come on ' the iMtli. Witnesses for the Common-dth, who do not answer when called, i 'on, sir, ponoiVE roRiiivn''' kcU not be entitled to pay, though pies- that the restless spirit confined iu that T. Z. MoitKow. cut afterwards. warm frame could dud tts best relief in ' giving up the strife. He pitied him, and Democratic Convention Called. 1 j room opposite tbo tho restitution I tried to nin'.to. Ihndoru bank in the morning nnil you shall know all old frlond to whom I wont for help, and h gave mo the means to wait and watch horo. , about lu" . Norrls thought of tho wedding, onco do. ' My suspicions strengthened when I found forrctl. uud set again for tho morrow, and how CliiUler remained night after night In of his hopo that Kdson's revelation might tho hank. There was n chink iu ono of th shutters, whore, by using, a gluss, I could show some obstacle to It. may bo seo tho light burning until nearly morning." "Oh, Uncle A 11103, tooluto." Mechanically, he put his hand in his pockot I " Woll, well," ussented the other, and drew out tli night-glas- s ho had used. " Oo around, then, and wait, Mr, Kvcrlelgh took It, as if determined to but don't alarm that noor fellow. He has test tho truth of his words, walking to tho had a hard time, and U still in a bad statu window, while Kdsou turned down tho gas I to a mere point as he went on : of health." " I was only waiting to get buck it llttlo It pleased N'orrH to walk tho streets whllo ho waited, but hit uncle had not yet of my strength before I faced him and when he finally arrived at the lodg-- ' you, for I had made up my mind that thou so ho secured tho key and mado was no other way for me; but first I his way to the room he had recently occu- wanted to know what that night work pied. Five minutes Inter a light rap fell meant. Knowing tho ways of the building, upon the door. Ho opened it. and the eager-eye- d It was not hard to si p in inipercelvcd near man who stood theie shrank back at closing time that day " ight of one whom he was' not expecting to Ho was Interrupted by a quick cxclainu- see. I tion from Mr. Kverlegh. "I I was looking for your uncle," ho "Norrls, your eyes are younger than muttered. mine. Tell me If I am wrong in believing I " He is not back yet. Come iu, Mr. see a light there now." Kvor-lclgI know wny he hm gone to Mr. Norris put tho gluts to his eyes. A and 1 am here Ixvuuso he has confi- slender thread of light penetrated ono of tho dence iu me and means to tell me the wholo darkened windows opposite, so small that story." with tho naked eyo it would not have been " All tho world will soon know It," said discerned. " Lyman Is not thcro now; there is no on advancing after a monicutof hesitation. who has the right. Come, wo must seo "It makes little difference to me." Ho sighed heavily as he sank into a chair, what It menus." Thoy went out In a body, and after a hasty leaning his houd wearily against tho back. Whatever this man's crimes hud been, ho consultation, orris made his way to tho and up interhad suffered for them. It seemed to Norrlf back of tho minable flights to tho little room under tho roof whoro tho janitor slept. There was no answer to his knock, but tho key was in tho door, and ho entered to llnd UIJuli In a most pitiable plight. Tied hand uud foot, (ragged and helpless, the porter sat, his rugged countenance undergoing a swift transition from gloom to delight as ho recognized his visitor. Helioved of tit. gag, he told what had happened, briefly, while Norris sovered tho cords which IkhiiuI him how he had been surprised and overKV.vered by two ruftlans who hud hcl'icd themselves to his keys and left him unable to kIvo the slightest alarm. " I rivkci.i turn tbo tiihht nn 'oni now, the thlevin' crlttrs Never mind mo, Mr. Norris, It'll take the stiffness out of my j'inU if I get a whack at them." They were stealing tueir way noftly down the stairs, when a dull explosion aoaiou hero below shook the aoiid but cotno around to that THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE OITY. RATES SANDIDGE AHEAD. I I 111' COMIUNlUt STA1 I KIN, Samlst IDonraark i.nltr ! J y. $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- ING TO TURKISH A rooms; 11 , lug-hous- KUSSI Mils IN HOI'KI. Lebanon 1871. Planing Mill, , loau. Kd-so- h, Kd-so- n, bank-buildin- To be Continued ) Tho ilemoerauy of Lincoln county are requested to meet in nias convention e in Stanford, July .M, in tho county court tiny, to nominate a caiiili-slat- c for Kherill'. By order of the II. lluow.v, Chin, pro tem. J. 1. Paxto.v, court-houscoin-anittce. Secrvtnrv. iiler a OR, h CLEARING HIMSELF. CHAPTER XXVI. Or I.KIIIT. Tho figure which Morris followed moved rapidly, though with tbo uncertain, faltering step of either weakness or age. Oneo A Gl.KAM ment from his pursuer. When Morris reached tho spot whero ho had disappeared ho could see nothing of him, but a hack was just turning from tho curb, n little further on, and ho thought ho caught a gllmpso of a thin profile within it. He broke nlmost into a run at that, looking anxiously for another carriage, butbeforo ho found ono ho brought up with sudden force against a gentleman who planted him-.sedirectly in his way. " Hey, Norris, my boy, whero are you going &o fasti Stand and explain yourself, lf or twice tho man glanced back furtively, thon, seeming to take the alarm, turned a corner hurriedly, disappearing for the mo- tried to sticak a fow words of encouragement. " Mr.Everleigh never passed a harsh judgment upon you. I myself heanl him say that ho bolieved you were at tho worst only a tool iu the hands of some bolder villain who had benefited moro by his loss than you did." Shadows of romorso and darkened tho haggard countenance. " No, I was not a tool, though I was meant to be one. It Is no excuio that tho tempter camo to mo. No one is ro.tponsiblo for what I did but myself myself nlono. I have not forgotten that I havo something to bo grateful for to you, young man. Will it bo any return for your kindness to lay baro tho mistakes of my llfo, that they may servo as a warning when your hour of temptation comes? as It does come, I believe, to every man." " There is but ono thing I want to know. Walt, let mo tell you. There Is a marriago arranged to tako place when ono of tho swootcst and loveliest of girls is to be sacrificed to a man whoso coarso nature and low breeding mako him totally unworthy of her, if thero is nothing worse. And 1 havo strougly suspected that thero was worse of Hiram Ingot." " Ingot!" Tho man in tho chair started visibly, and the smoldering tires iu his great hollow eyes sprung to a flame. " It was ho who tempted me, who showed mo how easy it would bo to get away with enough money to live in luxury all my life but I was sharp enough to dlvlno that ho meaut to miiko me the cat's-pannd share the proceeds. I cheated him by making otT before ho thought me primed to tho sticking point. Ho is not the man for such a girl us you describe, but if it upon showing him guilty of complicity iu tho act ho was not. I was alono n lliimtet Hfiniinr ' dmii b( old I.ekUUtiiii, J.I .igner mery A WnlVers It Itiiccdleis IU1..1) th.tt for Imriiett and Mddlc, fitnl for in in, 11. br.iulv. klv'e lillJ r eirunce n a! Two miles South nt StinlnrJ on Xtal'a Cree breeder, I Inniicl bus no uperlor, and he tnnimiti Aildret me tit Catlule, K) W.CItAIO Ihete iiiilill lo Ills nlfupiiiif At ! I'll of in) niiprecLilloii of ps.l fjor, I i gle aiidnlndiit.emenl forfittiie.isUtanco b II 4111 $5 In premlumi for the ben three 10 I el 10 be thnwnln iSs. m the D.imllle V.ilr vtlll lie furnished ul Jj ju per (ond I.KIIANON, KY month pasture A OFKU I I', Proprietor, Mj person t and sptcla utteiiilou l be Serontl nis)in irt.Mumi S , V I giteii mares to prevent actldrnti, but l I no the wood Poor, Sash, Wind, frame, (aing, llaie Mold rcipoiKlli e thou d any met Mantle, Hrackcl, (.nrnicei, Stair, Newel, Krictsnn i i sasdidoi: Memliriuo v.Jr I b) Krn.oii (Sin f lalutcrt, Veranda, Store rronn, Shelving, ij hicf, by Meinhnrin matter, dai Counter, Flooring, Siding, Shingles, Lath, the dam ofl'ioliaih 1 in III. tnn tired 11 .tnd hi TIIK t'ANCV SAUDI F. STAI.I.ION. Rough and D retted Lumber. dauhlert ate the damt of iS in Ihe t n hit Send for price before buying elewhere. Kmcsonjr It hilf brother lo Km., rciotdofi 'I aS'i at it a tear M and told lo 1I0 len Runner a lhat aitefor iio.nti Kirn dam by ll.xloi I) elJ I'llul, tire uf 1'ilot Jr lo.ilcd Miy 1, l8?. it rich Mahogon) bay, l Pilot Jt tired damt ol Jay K inn hands high, heat y mane anJ ml. itairiclly tine See l J loltti S t S). Nutwood i l!l, and 10 Maud il and f.inc), it both a natural and pleitant taddler, jthe'j'ili't Memkmiw Chit! tired Lajy I borni harnett dr,en ll.iy ttal mil, is hands and I imlihifli, will make brcedt faiuy and when iiilell) tail i 18 't . Woodford Mcuibiiiio llf',, lltun.ih j ji, a He is high goes lle on Iwth Ink Membrino Chief Hay lleiir) 1 the cann of iSJS al ilie stable of Hn,linian A tides likethetrolter generation, It backed b llurd to 8V,.Mcmbrino 1'itol x a;, .N r' MembriKo K., Km, on both ide, inaliug him very active Mar 1 joit; star i perfect and iprighll) in gall. In form and finish l.rnt-oiij- r tolul ulack, it. band hijh a ' AT $25 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. model lie Mat tired h) .similiter Denmark, he by a in., p,iundt thai re (ioddard't Denmark, he b (lalnes A Croinwcll't tieuht liimtelf etenif Kelt hud horte pedigree, h no he l.att )trar at Denmark, he by Ihe race liorte. Denmark, he by nieiid Minify due if mare i parted with ihelitood tint he d hoold inaWe potte,iiit mmt, Imp. llcdgeford In. first tcatott. i of hU co tt hate- aln-.uHit first dam at tired by Sir 'one of the cranUe.l tnli"ll in kentiitk) Sii tlicy art fine? and large Mr Robert Collier ha Walhce, ho by r.idhuntcr tSir Wallace, lie by Sir tiro kill be one mid ) il i the hcl rtrr foaled tin hi Albert, thoroiighbreil, d dam Ia Vlrginiut, dam rilacp All thr fear aiiv our lit ever had iu re of 1rg1n111t li) Iranbi. thoroughbred he b) Ihe $10 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, iit,ll lie celebrated Mason's Whip: id dam a Whipp mare Kuril m ln breeding wat thai his nil It mull, the colt tint liatn conn prim In llir con j If U)inenl deferre.l till after ii Htuenmut is by A rtandrr llf llmunl , trart Ijjxitlue added Parting vnh ur teaiiuili n nf A'lttandrr' Abdallnh and bv Mambrino u, at j tland lit) luejl moiie) due j render Lhu't, uhii i ttif nrr of Nut(Mi 2 i3i'; Wi.It- Mini fmitSa 4 J ui.ul In V(1 Itii fc..tL' lltr-n is more in the 1 jo 11 r'irtt dnm by Conganv ' Sonuf V il'ace Deiimirk a'jote. Itt dim b) ho mil of ler' Denmark, he b) the rue hore, Denmark; Thornughbri'tl Imported (t Millwood b) Iuipirlrd Moiurcli d ilam DIimi hi dam Kiorue . i l dam b) MunUuiuery t O'l Al(!onuie tondilioiii at abote with line shaped If not mi before HavtV. h u d Drenn.m lotu i e tiling time Kilinv id dam b) ..lamg lland lllick..... Me . l ,. '1... .. ,nauuiru t,l ,v .t.l.ail ijtf hand hiijh. black with meal) Hmlt and general mat .l..'lter, itlJaiii ,,,, , 111,111111. nurc, l at. u.,l. l...u. ..hd .,., i.turniuiti ir l ra) nor gtaid bUh.lt irrvit him a Hplirti ,U.. fast srawiu, he a he can tmt in hae I. S l'lln Y t He tnnted Mr Lrtelier'a iraik saddle breeder. track in I'tttt and a half mile from lluiloutille on t' lirn iberv lite vnvkt in 2 it, tin' iut quarter in lluilMttlU and l.iberl) I'Hrnpike Kal l.in ij second!. Timed bj Mr l.etcher. It mado a caniut) race :?;; uhem,; ai lu'tingtoti 4ciUMuerinif tie via in no lourtli ' h.Mil.l.M .N A A 11 Kl" 'Ihit line lack it b) liianl, he uy Imp l'alcrmu, l.aucater K Uam lit KoDinton Miiipuin, ne 11) imp .iaiu-dam moih, iddain by Imp llertiand Jaio't by Ilia. llak, id d mi b) ippacanoe iliim li) Y J 11 .Spednt llcdgeford Mitt tl.im lit l. Hornier, lie ti Loniraei, iuimrt-Stroglii ed id dam h) Jim llmwn, hrhj and he 1J MrArihle. tliliii 0 nil uj nuke 01 neit- -, ford, 4th dim ti v 1'lrnle and lie lij Chance Larch-crtilth d.1111 b) Keiitin.) llliom and he by Imp lllotsom, 61I1 dam li) llrutm, ;lh dim b) 3J3 at in) l.ibtu near WO ni.lke the eiiMn of She h) Cit, in I liiioln toutit) ,uti the Sheltiy Illy and Knob lack luini ctmJ, .it Jis ; i.li I jr tlic e.ion,Hith no lnuraiiie, or il lo iiKitre u Iviiik toil, vmnd .tnd it i right 1 1 .mil. t I li.i),ith i etit) ol tenin.tr t) e mid .ictioii, Ii.k InK l.nl und iit.inc, t.iuJ 16 liiuuNliigb, ) ear old llu pnng As it n d couiluncd fmre he hit no nuperior, if an eiii.t , hi KentucL) limlnu w.m t'irtt tiriie ill variou Fair in the State In liarnc. under add e nnd in hore, us u ud. model ring, nnd now m u h.irne )iir-oil e burv, m it louibintd and hure, I he ietc he IihsihU a peer in Kentm.k). l)enni.ir is h king Deuniirl.. he by limn el Star Dcnni.ir . he b Junes' Ilcniii.tr , he b) ml II ne Deiiiiiurk, the 4. ml e rare horae he by Imp HRVI8'Ti?Ju!V'A'ii iwHjWraLVwik' 5ctr GILDEROY, ij til Ml C II It I lilt elegant Jeiey Hull will ntu d at in) Siaj a thl teauin, at $3,0A8II, H Inn.-- of ter with pru tlege of return if tow is not with ulf If lll'KNSIUI. I II ll e' $ FOR SA.LS2. House and 25 Acres Iand i(" 1 l') ijj BLTJKMOITT. WALLACE DENMARK, 111 j !), ' ia Y ilt j Its--ll m 1 ' TI 11 ROIIINSON, iis .Mil-I- PKACOCK, JR., 1 . ,,, Jiill'l iti . .t-.-- -- 1s 111 JACO! J it Win POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thupowder neter taries. A mirtel ol purity More economical iirenRtn and wholetomenett man the ordinary kinut, and cannot be told in competition Kith Ihe multitude of Ion tei, thori weiiht alum or pho.phate.. powder Sold only ,n imS wall Nru VnrL Strt. r ,rTTf7ri eiui li, McKinne), n K tinelhree-jea- old ajiplc A Cam a .. TH03IAS It a In "IIEV, NOIUIIS, MV HOVl" nd apologize, too, for knocking the breath out of a man's Imdy liko that." " Uncle Amoii I 1 ntu sorry, but don't detain me, pleaso. I urn after Edson. Ho Is In that carriage, and will escape unless wo aro quick." Undo Amos only tightened his grip which ho had placed upon his nephew. "After Kdson, ahi Strikes' me you are poaching on my preserves now. Hold on; I must look into this inatter a little. Are you anxious to help mo or have you gono Into Ho was pointed out to me, nnd I followed him that was nil. Ho is gono now, at any rate," I tho afTui ron your own account 1" " Does it matter which, Undo Amos ho added, for by thin tlmo the carnago was out of sight, and Norris resigned himsolf to tho explanation which his undo demanded, tUTOlug back to walk by tho lattor'a sldo as ho mado it. "Humph I Oavo mo away to Altheal "Well, that girl knows how to hold hor tongue, fortunately. Heo here, Norri,s, you came near spoiling every thlug with your, there. I have lMou as safo I want liLm. Trust mo to manage tho business out. 1 urn going now to Kvcrlelgh, to mediato for tho jor chap, who has been ns much sinned against us sin-ring- "I've gained Ids conlldoace, and wiiat more, have given himmmu. Now, I don't tvai.iyou along wlulo I talk to Kverleigh, for a week, ever since you gave up your ex- tra quarters," and the old man chuckled. " You have him. air!" " Been living next door neighbor to him you it has out that you were hidden iu the bank that night, bid you do for I.ymuu f You may bo suspected of It, unless you can provo conclusively that another muu fired that shot," "Another man did tiro It, 1 swear," dePhotoriph ma'I tyle and li.turet in clared Kdson, huskily, his features working India Ink, Crayon and Water ti'eClor. New de and fraino quivering with some overmnv 1 tering emotion. Beforo he could conquer tin in I'ri r a M it- 11 t :r t apr ct it, or say more, steps cunio at the door, and Norris oponed It to admit his uncle, iiccom-- 1 S. O. DAVIS, panied by Mr. Kvcrlelgh. At sight or tho ' latter, Kdson trembled still more. Ho rose, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, tottering, to his feet, took forward MT VKUNON.IvV. and fell on his knees before tho employer he had wronged "Oh, sir; forgive forgive t" ' Ofliie next tloor 10 Whiteheid't )i ik It was the bitter cry of a ropentant siuner, Special mention f c to thtei. of chuJre liitt. and tho stent face of the banker toftenod somewhnt ns, with n touch nnd u word, ho commanded the man to rise. "Before wo talk of forgiveness, you Stanford cgemale College. must tell mo what this (3 you tiro charging to Lyman, and tako care how you unpli-- 1 cato ono whom I trust. You deoluro that ' 1'ruf 1'axton hum); rii;iied, the you sent back those funds to him I" Cilleije detire toemplo) a "I did, sir. I dared not address you tli-- Stanford Institution. Addrc.tat Stanford, rect. I wus ill, at douth's door, but I did J. M ICKID, Vllt-'not want to die. I wanted to llvo and earn 1.L11 II ll'l1 Co.n'le, J pardon for tho wrong I had done. I did not, J W.ALCORN. tell him that when I wrote lo him about tho ml ion J trust I meant to put iuhls hands. Ho bolieved, J?j 2 as others did, that I was In my gravo when tho package was sent, but it was another man who died and was buried in my name. -- I1KAIFB With tho weight of that money off my mind, I grew better at once, anil camo m z. back to find that another crimo had followed ROWLAND, KY , mine, that tho money had never been DO 4 if returned to your hands." it., Imt rtnr.ni.il n new ttnek of Men and Hot .' : Norris, listening, mado ail Involuntary i Clolhin;, Hat. Cap, Hoot., hhoe. Dry f.ood. I Notion Alto deilert in and I amil) Ciroceriet, movement. taken in cxthan e for Countrt .v''i? " How did you send th U packago vou speak Loal at once. Come one, c me jowl of livoxnrostl" in trade lall, and learn the nJvant iSm T By express, with its i onteuts CO " diKuioI I n --: glvinif a clew to the dutoetivoi for I feai-owho wcro watching for mo." THE FLORENCE " Then, air. Everleigh, your money was stolen, as you will readily remember, before It over reached Lyman's hand," t. i I Undo Amos laid a restraining touch on I hate bouiht the risht to tell the Kloreme tho young man's urm. Washing Machine and am uou prepared tofurmth "Hush! Walt. Vou don't know nil." with to tave their clothes from "Mr. Bergman has told you how his all h ho may texring incident to the old procettthe of rubbinj and f"" I "" nophew found me 111, penniless, desimlr-ing- , Take one and try il and be coutinced. and how he fathoinod my aeoret I'll not worry you about bujliitf unlets you are fulmerit. through my delirious ravings. I realized ly satisfied a to Itt hate purchased the Florence 'Ihe undersigned something of this when my head eaniu Washing machine and after a thorough, trial, ue right, but I was cunning nnd would not let take pleaturein adding our tettimouy to it worth, and without hetitation pronounce it a tuccett in thorn seo how fast 1 was recovering. doing all that it claimed for it watchod mychanco to oscapound camo eiery particular, "I Win. Daugherty, j W. Wallace, Dr. Iluurne, here. I had heard tho two talking when Mr S I. Salter. A. C. Sine, Hill I'erkitii, Leu-i- t Dawson, C they supposed mo unconscious. I knew that Dudderar, J. h. Lynn, I.. L. l'e)ton. Alex Vanoy, Holtt. Oeorge I.yinan Childer had como into money nnd Mrt Amandi I'ealt,Albert Camden, Sun Rallies, R. C. C Kieldi, bought an Interest iu the tirni, but there cli, K. Ilirrow.A M. Keland and many oiherv was something wrong. He was too thick tl.r. r.l.rtiot HeaJ'ttiaitert at S. S .Mer' ttore. with Ingot, aud ho had never told you of licttcr tell " Alonot Then what was tho hold ho had upon Lyman Childer.' Bythewaj,! had that." Candidite f'r re eleitlin to the olhce Sheriff, uhject tithe ait in of the demer.il It INEVk L.A1NW of LOUIS SOHLEGEL, PnOTOGRAPHKR, uicit.Mcrn .1 1 - kv. l J j 777-t- f. j Tru-tce- 1 Sire wf I'dlinir McSfotiilitin. by R)d)k't llambteiutiitn d. Il)acltilh hv Itilitrrr jrindam Clara, dam I Ampih to Si Dtiktet alltl Dirlal ,r. lit twlt Mtlropodtiii i a ku l.iUed b) til ., he on nf the b.t, ml b) ra iti) I hi" trr) b;l bred tit Imti t'trr foiled Hit full tiiur, Rons N.ctui .old al the MtCerraii .1le1.1t $; ,ij th- - Kih J SlrH V C tRI'kNI'rR prue rtrr paid fur br.Kxl mare at piiMu t Kini;sle jjiSIj. and Src of Itlack Prince 1 loofillir bt Nlrtr.ipditui, utither of th, n tne uam ul Waik Jaik, ere rtrr lu.iVed ni2le .dd al public le f y )l uj atrraiug Dam Al.l.r.i. llh.Hl Chirf b) Hlttfl IlltrV lltok dl Mit Duncan by Stun HijhUndrr, (randam bv nSj, and the dam of Allien Franco, Trial and Wilton, J.wH Tlii fine Million will nuke the e ion ol fisS at Aralu, ird dam b) I ini'demi IIImkJ C hirf nrr I 1 WiMilr) r'ttinii Rnkinton ij.Ij a,i Jim in f irm, J mile Iriim SMnford, on the stanlord lit i:SDVKS HAMULI: IONIAN 10, Chief lllood llluk Hawk tred and Dantille pikt, Vim A mini i anl 1'. and Urront lr Grand dam I.ADY GRISWOI.D grandsm nf llrlle t to and ('roiirnr t AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. Hr) ind Kinjold iir fu' brother.--I- lr an Trial In tvaon f.ti tntrt old and Kinjo d j lltilh are bt) i)V, Vermont llamble II) INC. MORdAN" Detirliillon and Pedlirree hand high slid ettrrmr ) finr and l)hh an I make Ihe vj.oii of iW WilLltw Miravtbr ivat tlril lit IttkiltL' lt,,n.' tonian is . I hi ick horse, foiled in 1SS1, ift hand Station K) Ion mi et at mi tli r ti .NJ.irr n litclonltn, djni Lad) l.rtmn, Jum ol I'lckulck, Wrlih.Jn IImIvIv lUmMttonUn, Jam Katie the llu.t.iiiti lr A lljiiti erih uf HulontiOr I'irtipiLe. !jii- - V'.rmnni .. l wH n .1 .trt ! r.iiiil tl nn In lSrtlr In i miU. nl.ance, ton Amrrirjn M.ir. if of Ainerictn ' iiiait ol l.ince, ton ,r Mrlin'i Yorkshire, bv Imp Mtfcr ork.lnic, id dam AT $12.50 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. r.cliptc Little l.mlh. bvWavncr.bt Sir Lharlr. br Sir Speed, b) Imp l.etlatlian. Lien "" ,cw: sib d im l.mil Ml! l"C. V' K " retained on colttj inn V'" hi. 1rrr.11 inrrti. ru n hreedit.K Jiiti Arcl! 'ht ISreendriter to another horM- a'l co t. If ,111)- mare i re Sre' irmn dam hliinl.r I'.ckolel. t, it t -,.. .....- dc uy i ii I iii i in i ,i.iii4iii i ma i.. li..... uam...... lr....t. l.ra Mill le furiiitbitradrl, ni"l!i- mniith w Itir ni......... ...v ..,,.,,,, I at ) . jer .. .. .... ... IIIC :..i.. ln.ji. .1... ,', w.il. lltut I'tltl'n llvVI, I'Uin I'll H. nt .", ill,,.,,,..,, ,,,,,, l bi lakri I) prrteni idtiitt .r r. ipit, M tjor rhoina. Morton, jt tud New ork, Spud in llruii' Mud llixiv. Vol i p i(;e )i) Ver wrote us that be refuted for Wilkin Mic tu muni il imiucinniiii i a iine.iui: nnre. itnn itie no rep ni.ilii tt h .1 nn o ir U m S NNK.HAM, Nlorrhn I K ber jutt a .hurt time before hi de illi an nflcrol lines title and Ktiod hone, and a ture breeder , i5,dh, anu uic urc iiurn cr, t.ari iitirr. .a), tnai tired b William Wtlih, the ire ul 1'rinie Imptri i... i. .. ,i.. ... .... ..I......I ..... i.. .t .i..i. .. al, 1 , Jtreuilah J aj1,, IU.lc I tin lrl in Wilkin Micawher breeder tutt lined the lna nf a ,pi or In Her U illljin U tlch it tited In Itt tine of the tert greatest nf all Ihe Kreat sou ol old dk . Ilamblttiinl in, prlt.He retold at. 11 dam Ihe dam nl llodtii't I'riiue, t ij, and In tmportrd it).dyk,tllamhlt.t.inlaii,wliii.iredlxbire and Truttie (tun of lotto) and ire of in mile, tiotttr, .1 .... ..r 1' ii t ii e t UBtfi,wtB..,..om,. 1t, i. .. .1....1 ... . j, f tin, Illicit Truttce. i dam bv a sou ol Mambrino, In Imp ui,,miuii ... 1 (hmi C. I'. Simmon, ht. Louit, I'rop'r iiiiii ii i tircu in, tout tvnii hate ttren over Meeni;er, Vermont liclnj; a i;rjiiiliiii ul the ureal M, A. Simmon Liter Medicine, Kt'J .pi pirlonnert ami lilt tin U Ihe .lain of 50 ptr Hj.dvk llamblctonian, the ktrande.l ire Iiiiiil', iso in the U. S Court DrATt J Inrincr with recordt ol in and bitter, inning una (, ill Vermont toinlHnetl, tiackul in llior II. cllln. I'rop'r A. q. Simmon LIt-- f him the itruntett trottimr hor.c progenitor thai li ouuhhred. mil make a line tint k lior.i Regulator, Utt'd by Zcllln V. l titappeired ALLIK.Ihedam nf llarkaivat, ll.imhktonian, by Abdallah, ton ol Nlainbnno, M. A. S. I.. M, hat for 47 year 1 one of hit three greatest daiiKhlert l dam h) llithup. Ihe milt dun bv Imp llelllouudcr, cured Idioktio!, IIiliolincsi. linrte aipniuhin Itttd k't llainbletou a .1 .ire llainb(ttonian.,vl dam In Imp UTrEMIA,SlCK IUArAcii,Lo.r productni; , dams 1. American Star, the tire of (iill't Vennonl.by Downlnu't Vtrmont, irc o) ArrTiTi. Sour Stomach, Ktc L.11U llrtm-nthe dam of Wilkin Micawher We the ilamnf r.iiiKina, J 1(1, 11 dam li Coiumbii, Ilev. T II. Ream, Tattor SI. K. know the breeding of II UtKAWAY will bear (llarkle)t) .1111 of t nlumliu, tire nl t ontidi hi, Adamt.Tenn., write' "I Iheilntest ilttit and c hate eterj ttintidenie iiH, ad dam by llerr mil, ire nf the dam ol Ncl umm 1 anouiu nave Deen dead but lli.it he ss III produce tjiecd and we I'lclicte tlnc lie dray, t jd dam In M.itihlc, tire nl the ror your i.enuine SI, A. Sim, .,,,,. . ,.......l . .... "II. l ilronirini; liiin ttill rc.ilie at much prolil Irom . . . mon I.lrer Medicine. I have V, Ills tirotluce us Irom the prixluce ol an) Hume in llonner Hot, a, lllack Marin, 1 Lad) Oa UlIBi mmetimft hd to (ubdltuta the land, and hi. hlliet thuuld make brood mires , t(,, and I.nij.in'i 10S, al.iitire of Hit dun of I Irn. "Zellln't ttuft" for your Medi itortht the unbrace of the bluett blond lined (iambtlt.i W like a i, I Iu King jail;. Nellie I cine, but it don't amwer th cr arc iutlted to call and examine for thtmteliet u', purpoie." 'JHi Outlaw att, 1'earl a m, I.adt Dm the horc and hi. product Attention it callid to lleitrice a HV),i I id I'alihcn Jti1,, and Ken J Dr. .- II. Grivre., Tdlftr Tt TOM. .... Ihe foilnnrinv extr.ut and tire nt the .(! d ill if tut kt (icntieiu.lil i .Mrmplili.Tenn. ) I'lul Tliompton J ink I received a naektirr of uiurl.i.,. Ol.srv.lLi , Mnr, 10, lis; II ark. mm neter made ivh it inuld be Medicine, and hate utcj half of it. Rrtdtk's II imblclonian, ht Abdallah. ir of culled a tuittoii in hi. life until ton Imuk'ht him It worktlike a charm. I want no Sir Waller J 27, i.ld.imln Charlct Knt marc Our people ere .ilitolutelv dead In the merit til In linli llellluunder, iddam One Hte b) better Liter Regulator and cer.p He scried two in iru when three tears llainblctnnisn .iddam Siltertnil, In Imp Mtt, the trotter. tainly no wore olZcllin'i mixture. old and (jot two colt, both untied here, and ton tenger nl R)dtk's II iinblitoni in i the loultl not buj either for J500, Vim 1,111 'not Nettie I I and 17 nthem with record nl tin or v buj a llarkaitii MinnKtter iiioraround Olne) for Keller, al.ii of the tl un nl Trluktt i and .5 le than Oo to I5011, out ol common inarm He oilier Willi record 11! 1 ioor timr tertedin In whole llfen in.irw and uot ii loal Yermtint Downiug't) by Hill's lil.i'i. Il.iuk, I'or tut end tears he ran wild In patture and rot Down 'ermont tlrcnf Ktlian Allen j cretl no m.iret, ilurlnir the tune I wa Irjltii; to ci ing tj i. tire nl the dam iJS Lnigma, a nl ', ainl an whether I would o under or M.i) on top of the tire nl Ihe dam nl Mambrino Unite, the mi, of tod. II C.StNii 1U1111 Hellc i jSN, Addre, ,V. A Itl'Stl.I.I , or Hill lll.uk Hawk, In Sherman M.irgin.tlim J. II. I. Mil I'.M XN, ill' lllatk lliwk i tin. at itt Hutting mare 71I Dat.tillc, K tire of Utile nl Saratoga ax), l.aruit a jJ' , Vtiting Amenta Klli.in Allen 1 35, and -C- HICKEN a j,, and it tin tire nflhc tlain o( Hl.tntht ji.)1. a jt and ( f ,cii Tweed, 1 ii, 'Itnncs.ei alto the founder ol the great III.uk Hawk f.wiu.t ! thai h tt in Ihe male ami feiu il line oo ol a jo or j hiijh, butk with met iwtJ Will tertc a f Jennel I healMitc ttock i'l nuVe Ihe tea ton of iM) tl in) farm )S mi et from lliittontil e near Caipen Icr t Station, and ill be permitted toterte b) the l'riatc trial at ,t e.u nf a(e tin half mile track In inturantc. u Dark hay, ijthtnd Ihe finett horte, WALLACE AT $12 50, TOM AT $8.00, the hct breeder and the hltfhctt brtd horte in Kentuikt tillered tuthe publit. at to loir 4 price ' JACO at $j) forj.nk c"li and lu for Jennel and on terms no liberal Slock coiiinnlied to ni) .ire and breeding i furmthed a Living Oolt. rctciteiii) perwual lo attenmn for(urn icm,tal ,$30 to at re ionab-- rate, be paid Urf.re oftlotk So iep'iiibi it) fr accident or et Hy WIl.KIVt MICAWIIKK jw, tapct Carting with ttitk f irfeit the inurance. HARKSWAY,2875. Jlni p lhilahand.ime c, 1 il BKTA1V,; (348 Qk n Mi.ikoi'oi.nw. I,.,. Sjii if Ksd)k li IIHbWtMIUII Dim. Itlh I K. 1 i )earold, ijlj htndt II) III. Dull fill 1.1' 1 jal Robiuuii, rt. Insure ' it', ji. . iai VermontHambletonian lfi j,', it) ihi-di-- NN tt I?" IT """" !. m i M ', tn - . NN THAT FIGHT Tho Original Wins. t- - lttdk't 1111 , 11 i, .,.,,., ., ' r'i, -- lli-.- 'i NN 1 1 AMEE'CI Cholera Cure rVT? 1 ' 11 ' HXT01tf&D.."SrrS General Merclmiiclise, 1 1 I! JZ i 0 ft r ? ' H 'c ? I 0 m 2 5 ' . iiluiiiuiit (llarkhjt b) Old Cnluinbm, tire ol C nnfidence a aS, dam .1 M'cttenger marc Old Cnlumbiis a conterted p.ucr, brought Cnhnubi from C iiiada, tire nt Cuutidtnce a a N'aiigalor J 31, llnsiinioiid a to I,, and Young (11 lumbiis a ,H(i , and also tire nt Ihe dun ol Hen Morrill 1 1- -, Loul.e N. 1 ok, N.uneltt 1 p, I'u Young Columbu It the tin of II ntt,at7 a pi or Litter performer, and he hat I ton. that ha-Old Lniuin tired J ji or heller performer bu I the founder of thetohniibu f.nuilt, whiih Mood blond w i to the Kast whit the I'llot. wa tn Kentuckt C btlterrtpre.tntalitet. Jr, KENNY WILKES. Thl .oung stallion will make thete.uon at the tame pfue and will be limited to twenty mares AT i ! U r-- n g, 3. mmmm $15 TO INSURE, WASHING MACHINE 3 r. 0 3 b I ' s s mmm I tJ rt I s duier .l',..ll,rr, ! enuv NVIlke't was tired h :. I.tle ...... "zz ..:..i. mite it ine. 4050, tire 01 .iaiiic iimil... j in, 1.1 I.1111 bv id lliawath 1. lull tlstcr tn .Maud NYU Ilam a 10, id dam Titui by Mambrino Mit.engir tire of Ihe dam of Met.engir Chief, who tired Maud Mestcngei 1 lOy, ; 1 d nn bt Downing' Hay Mettemrer. Jill dam bv 1 oung Jeffcrton, nacer: Jth dam ...f liunt'tt Commodore ... . . . bv ti'in..... ini i.iiki:., I,)1C IVIKea 4050 ton Ul dam Lou Coon, by American Clay, ad dam bv Miiinbrino Chief, xA dam Mrs C iiudle, tl tin nf l'rlcion ad Hiawatha by lliawath 1, on of Imp Albion, dam Dtither'it Maid by Mambrino Downing' Hay Meenger byll.it Met.cngcr tilncrt, dnm bv Imp Mcstenifcr Downing' Hay Klettengerlt the lrcof I.udy Maritn j.t Jim Porter j aSW Mambrino Messenger, tlrenlGcn George II fhnnia, who tired Scott Thninat 1 ji, and I..11U K.i iMTHOS.C ROIIINSON. Stanford, Ky. 1 . r ol June. Vou will And will go Iu training the find on Intetlliratinkr the iiedlgree that he I one touth nf the Ititer of the best bred toting horte He hat Ihe blooil of George Wilkes, American Cla) and Messenger tn Ih.llk li tin lor a tpecd pro. it .. - Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery ol a remeay mat fisifivtfy cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. , bottle is enough for one hundred chickens, It is guaranteed If, Jter using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. For Sale hy McRouerti R. Sfijj. 5o-centwo-thirds li " . f