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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888062201 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 Weekly Interior Journal -- VOL.XVI CALIFORNIA. CRAB ORCHARD. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 22, d888. LANCASTER.GARRARD COUNTY. (ireen-paekag- NO. 38 MT. VERNON, c ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. We were lemenibeied with a huge When last heard ironi Cube The oats crop issuiTering for rain. of line chunics last Tuesday, leaf was still solid for Maine. Cash lliatt lias taken a position in Dow-skfor which our thanks aie due Mrs. A. The Hooiiu Club will have its annual the Signal olllce. Cm, (Jai.., .Jtm' formed n brief mill I lioo not tmjiU'iw-tin- t Kiuchurt. meeting as usual on the Ith of July. The "107" passed down the road on Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, Democrats don't forget the meeting Wednesday, scatteiing lllthy lucre. iR'iiiiiinttinivltli your iciitlrrH, Mr. .1. F. lloldam has sold his prop-cit- y 1 A girl at T. J. Coder's since MonSaturday at 4 t m. on Somerset street to Mr. Scott Fin- at the court-hou.cmi untwer In your minimis the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over uml qiu'HtloiiH moie fully ns for :J.s70. He and his wifo moved Scott Itiiclianaii was married at Rich- day. Mr. C. has been married four many mond yesterday to Miss Johnston, of times. mill sutlisfitctoiliy tluin by private letters thereto tills week. - -- Mr. .1. W. Grider, of Skaggs creek, had in fiict It N iinposilbli' for me to write Scott Funis won a good deal of Lexington. Nelson Tenter Mild to George Hrown, a severe attack of convulsions Sunday money at the races and when he came nil privately. Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better I reaebed boinu tliet'.tli int., well, anil home brought his wife a pair of -" of Nicholasville, .S,000 pounds of hemp (veiling. cwt. C. W. Sweeney wild George Fredricks, who was charged all pietty well. The country I iliuincnul found atl.ilOper grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the -- Rev. Htill booming. I Kilned b pouiulH on with having furnished whisky to boys, J. N. Bowling, who has ni.ssed Tout Walker a line horse for jl4'2.."0. iniiuieli in J. Alex Doty has bought a half compromised the case. my nix month' tour jut as trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. several meetings on account of sickness lost tn tlic .siiniiner of issn in Texas, by mid death in his family was heio last terest in the livery stable, of Tom WalkTilmaii Gilpin, section foreman at Kentucky Saturday and Sunday at his regular er. The firm will build at once on the Briiniinetts, bus been transferred to Pine You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. tliu boat and haul work. His wife accompanied him. lot recentlv purchased from J. W. Mil- Hill, Mr. Green going to Woodbine. jwve nu t!i" Imr.l w ik. but tin licit - There is a good deal of sickness ler. That enterprising village, Brodhead, bad not come, and a mini who could not Married on Wednesday, the -- 1st is making an effort to oiganie a Mock impiovoou Kenfueky fare, hard vvmk.n about here now. Mrs. I.i.ie Bryant MRS. J. T. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. ood fonscleiice and the best society ami Mrs. KllonSauuderw, Mis. Dr. Pet-tu- s, inst., at the residence of the bride's pa- company to erect a roller flouring mill. expect to PerMm. W. T. Stephenson mid Hon. rents, in Cpper (farrard, Mr. O. A. Andy Mason lost a valuable horse uudenenil kooiI chuer, may be jM)or forever. California, however, W. O. Hansford have all been sick. Mrs. kins, of Jessiniine, to Mis Mollie Da- by staking him out to grnzu. The homo got tangled in the rope mid choked to feeds us w'ell as any country when the Stephenson went to the country to visit vis. "Ihilly" Mason says that Chicago, denth. ooks are "all riulit," but they are not Mm. John Stephenson, her dnughtcr-in-law- , McKinzie & Baker have opened a idwayn from Kentucky. and Mrs. Harden, a friend. While iust now. holds within her gates more I timl the chureb, my lioine mutters, at Mrs. Haydeii's she was taken very wickedness than nnv city that exists or goocery store in the Fish property. Pat doinjr pretty well, and the hearty sick and was in bed there several darn has existed since the. creation of tlio Welnh has bought the grocery store of Walk New comb, near the depot. "welcome lioum" by all hands is enough befoie she was able to como home. She world. This is the condition of Garrard At Berea Wednesday a little girl of to make me feel that It in pod to jjet is now at home, but not well yet. Corn good, William Coder, of Conway, this county, Miss Irene Billion is the guest of county's crops in brief: home. Hero we very naturally think Miss Mary Wibnore, at Nicholas, Hie. meadows short, oats no account, wheat was run over by two unmanageable of (lie heavenly homo and "What it must be to Im theie!" Mr. Robert. L. Davis, of Baiboiirvllle, half a crop, tobacco and hemp ditto, homes hitched to a spring wagon nnd had her leg broken and stistnined other California bits h.id plenty of rain and has been visiting the folks at home. Dr. ltain needed badly. Kiias FMier, of Lancaster, sold injuries. crop- - are tine. I'riiit tree are not quite A i mend t has returned from u business At 'J o'clock Wednesdiiy morning as no full as last year; then thy were extra trip to Owensboro. Mr. W. 11. Hutchin- a tract of land C',000 acres) in Yazoo ICE ). the L. ix N. pay train was passing Pinefull. Health is ;ood and the people ac- son and children, of Fowler, Kansas, aie Valley, LoFlorv county, Miss., for Mr. Tom Then were ."00 acres in cultiva- ville, coining north, Mrs. S.tllie Boon tive and earnest. Uailmads, new bouses, visiting his father attempted to cross the track ahead of the new pavements, Ac, abound. In l.os White, and other ndatives here. Mis tion, the rest not cleared. It strikes me that now would be a engine. She was struck and hurled Anueles then is more building, I was Mnggie Buchannn has returned home some distance and died in a few mintold, than ever before. Mil! some par-ti-e from Staunton, Va., where she attended good time to commence boring that AT- and cannot school and Misses Annie Singleton and well, which was so much talked utes. ovorhniudit tliem-elvpay readily, hence a paitial, temsrar Leah Steger from Georgetown Female of last fall. The water supply of Linens-te- r HUSTONVILLE. Is already getting short. lull in land sjiles. buyers should come College. Messrs. W. K. Buchanan and .... M m Judge M. H. Owsley is ipiite sick. at once, however, for new ciuiiers are Joe Rhinehart went to Pineville In- -t Lyles, of Nashville, (Ann Mrs. K. D. Bishop and C. Price went to Rich(IiKmIjiik the country and it is said that week. Mr. Buchanan returned MonCook,) is here on a visit. Miss Dollie mond Wednesday to look after the hit- Williams is home again from Hamilton Immmiis niii't soon boom iij;:iiii day. the land T. R. WALTON'S. ter's great trotter, J. P. Sandifer, now College. J. I). Carpenter is still linger- may bo mM tolx' A few days ago Misses lonana, Kamore than ever. from S.VJ to f"(K) per acre. Almost ev- tie ami Bertie James, with their guests, being trained at that place. ill!. Kid. O. W. Yancey left on Satuiday NICE CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS erything (irows well here and liilxir Mrs. KUen Saunders, Miss M.ugie Le The roller mill in this place is neaily AT well. Few people an idle lonf unless Saunders and Sabra Hays, were out for an e.iugeli.iug tour through the ready for operation. Mr. Vanaisdale T. R. WALTON'S. they prefer to be idle; waes are jjimmI; driving when their horse became fright- mountains of the State, lie will be has engaged the indefatigable J. B. rents am rather IiIkIi, so atv lumber, ened, ran .some distance and then ran joined by his family as soon as the Green as agent for the piuchuse of wheat butter, j:jrs and fowls. Kvorv thinj; eK' against n big tree in front of the drove health of his wife will crmit. in this region. -- ((. "ad." in another colAt an examining trial Tuesday of umn. overturning the carriage and as in Kentucky, I think. about Spring, AT We have had no rain for some two bruising them all considerably. Mrs. the negroes, Kiiimett and I .on Maret, Hustonville No. 10 is piobably the T. R. "WALTON'S. months and expect none till October or Saunders was hurt the worst as she re- the former was held to the Circuit Court banner school district. Its three trusNovember, and would not have it if we ceived an ugly gash in the forehead, in the sum of y.'IX) and. the latter $100. tees are active, zealous, public-spirite- d ! couM. The sun ets warm, but the We are glad to say that none of them It is thought the bond will be given. young men and leprescnt in the aggreMivi Lee Cribbs, of Little Rock, Ark., gate L.! lawful children of pupil age. Kiftj .one Acres of Land, mostly in grass, with tduide is always comfortable and we were dangerously hurt. When the carsmall house on it, 4 miles on Crab Orchard Pike. uleep all summer undei two to (our co- riage turned over the frightened animal accompanied by Miss Maggie Miller, left T. R. WALTON. Termteasy. A Kentucky girl is ciedited with conver, and, witli little exception, wear the luoke loov. fiom it ami it was well it did for that place on Monday. MUs Maggie following to leap year liternnme clothes all the year. I have nut or tbev would all have been drugged to will spend the summer with MissCribbs tributing the "How loose round my vvunte at her home in Little Rock. II. C. ature: death.' no ne discour.ip'd or fretting. rump Hamilton in visiting his mother in Nich- were the clothes of mv childhood as my -- We went to the Picnic at Dripping If above is not sold I vi rent the house at a Our eighth annual T. R. WALTON. reasonable figure. doubled up corsets remind me with pain: uieeting for Soutlieru California will lie Springs last Saturday and enjoyed the olasville. Prof. J. W. Taylor, of the faculty of the slips that I wore when I used to iibout tlie llrwt of September, under the day very much. Mm. Ity-- . Doores took bigtent. "Come over and help us" and us out and the ride in her comfortable tianard College, was in I.aiicator Wed- chop stove wood bad more enjoyment I eat fruit and see tlowers, e. If we are carriage was enjoyed, too. Mr. Slaugh- nesday. He goes hence to Kansas and than bustle and train; the bustle, know, is it thing highly treasured by ladies not as clever as Kentiicki.iiis we will try ter, true to his word, had fried chickens Texas in the interest of the school. Jno. to copy good examples, our spring is ami all kinds of vegetables in abundance. M. Farm has returned form the Com- built on the mocking bird style, but j later than common, fruit not ripening The dinner was excellent, particularly mercial College at Louisville. Mr. Geo. give me the garment with looseness unmeasured, the old Mother Hubbard, i no early, hut we will gio you plenty and the ices, and ample justice was shown it K. Bradley is visiting in Shelbyvilli I have said Prof. J. B. skinner, of Columbia, which weak men revile; the dear Mother, of the bent. Come and see. by the crowd present. Alter dinner the for dancing began and was kept up until a Mo., who is to take charge of (iairard I Inboard, the looe Mother Hubbard, I could never he grateful enough kindnesses received in Kentucky and I late hour. Kverybody seemed to enjoy College next year, is in the city. Tho the honoied old Hubbard which beats would themselves and if they did not in icality faculty, which consists of - teachers, is nnv Mvle." know I cannot repay them, but it was not the fault of the proprietor and a most able one and there is no doubt enjoy trying. Thin-man'bandana is always made of I spoke to the young peo,ll xi: Hub. his wife, tor they spared no pains to but that we are to have an able school. surah silk, oiiginally from France, but CxIRz-A-IsriIt is to be hoped that our Kentucky Hon. ple- last Lord's day and at night made nuke it pleasant for everybody. now of Scottish impoitation. The trade my report to the church. On .Monday W. O. Hansford was expected to speak delegates at Chicago will make up their in these goods has been almost dead of! Hastily in the afternoon, but In was sick mid dillerences and allow harmony to pre1 baptized two excellent Indie.. late yeais, say the meichants, but the vail. They should endeavor to follow nomination of Thurmaii and most aU'ectionately. could not go. bullC. K i:iiiiii k. the example of the Kentuckiaiw at St. ed the bandana market and the dealers " HUBBLET l.ouN. We had a tegular love feast in gents' furnishing goods hare put in I'hi career of UroverCU'velnnd stumps The harvest is ripe and the music of there and not a jar dKtuibcd the sereni- heavy oiiler for this class of good.- -. him as n man of destiny and imprints m m gulden fields this ty of the iiutcriiicd. the mark as indelibly as it was impress-I'- d the cycle is heaid in the "1 am so glad to meet you, Mr. U l'roin too to 150 per cent, che iper th in ever before known in Cvntril Kentucky Window Shades to Slierill' Robinson and Henry Bur-de- tt upon Cromwell, or Napoleon, or Lin- week. my friend tolls me you are the suit all combination of Wall l'aicr Largest stock to select from at A K GIllllONS' r.irlors, McKen-dre- e Friday two negroes named anested Tlu iinartcrly meeting at Ky coln. Giover Cleveland is a name was largely attended yesteiduy. Kiiimett and Lou Marat, who are charg- oldest Mason in America." "Oh, dear, I'.iints, Oils, V.irn!shc and Painters' Supplies, Window Ol iss, ttc strength Tittle is moie with Washing- l'lANOS AND OIIOANS. Aircnti for John Ch'irch .V Co 's Musical Merchandise and wife, Mr. (i. ed w ith hog Mealing. At the examining no. That is my son, Ueoigo genuine Americanism courage without rncle Jimmie Hai ris I am son It. Hnglenian and family and Dr. Ben trial heie Saturdav Kinmett was ndinit- - ton (.iraybeard, my youngest Jingoism; ability without magnetism; among the many ted to bail in the sum of $100 until Tue.s- - tin boy preacher." worth without pretense; foiie without Walter and wife were presiding elder, day next and l.ou consigned to the tenKditor Chailes A. D.ina leceires a roycllcrvescencu in his little llngcrthnnin visitors. Br. Fitch, to a full house Sunday nijjjit; der inoi cies of Jailor Rothwell. alty of -' per cent, on each volume sold James G. Blaine's entire corposity. (J ro- preached .Judge W. F. Walker bought of Jno. 1 a Methodist;" tet, of the Anieiic.iu Cyclopedia, and thus ver Cleveland is an American, the high- subject, "Why am and iMst M. Duncan 107 acres of land lying on the "th chapter far he has realized over $100,000 from est type of manhood, combining tiuth 1st verse, "Prove all things hold fast that Richmond pike about half a mile fiom this source. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) cant with honesty without without Dr. evinced a good town for J.V.'.oO per acre. James A. Roys He is a capable, diiect, earnest, which is good." The FAVORITE LINE BETWEEN THE NOR! H AND SOUTH. thought in the pieparation of ton has traded P.'.") acres of Paint I.ick Bucklen's Arnica Salve. brave man, full of deopconvictions i hicli deal of LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' tho world lor cuts. bruise, and deliveied It in a non- land to J. W. West for the hitter's store Thcbots.itM.-ibe lias the manhood to avow and the his subject way to any other sect or or- and lumber and coal yard in Lancaster. sores, , .ilt rhctitn, feser,sorcs, letter, chap-ptprejudicial IN as j HOURS. Times. courage to enforce. Hands, chilblains, urn':.uul all skin der, but to the satisfaction of all who The laud is valued in the tintisu'tiou at reand positively curea piles, or no pay Thi'ough Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. $:") per acre. Red Canaries sell for..") apiece in the weie present. quired It is j;u irantccd to ie perdct vitistac-tlusaid bird stores in New York. They aie ordi-nar- v One of tho most attractive teatures THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. or money refunded l'rice Jj cents per box No sagacious republican will make the for cile by A. R. l'eniiy, Stanford, K to be produced from the eggs ol an happening in social circles took place at TIIK TJ3XAS SHOUT LINK. m m canaiv that has been fed on cayevening, mistake of uudeiestiiiiating the strength enne pepper. The young binls aie also Mr. C. It. Harris' Saturday of the democratic ticket, or the advan Is Consumption Incurable ? kept on a led pepper diet until they are which consisted of n large collection of tages of the democratic position. No Read the followinir- Mr C. II Morris, New CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 6, 1888. and others in the celebration full grown ami tneir piuuinge uas in- the "Was down ulth Absccs. of; come a settled and permanent red. Bronaugh, such republican will deceive himself ark, Ark , says. friends and physici ins pronouncof the 11th birthday of Annie the Kttnirs, and UIQA.T3 XJJ?. Jllfi-A-Mrs. U. with the idea that the presidential bat- ed me me an Incurable consumptise. Ilcan Farmeisof the Ciiited States receive the eldest daughter of Mr. and TRAINS NORTH. tle is to bean easy contest, or that Mr. I RAINS .SOUTH. Consumption, I. and Myia OwsKind's New Discovery for No, 4. No. 8. Na 6, more clear money fiom chickens and 11. Fugleman. Misses Cleveland and his party, entrenched in am now on my third bottle and able to ovtrsee the No 7. No. 3. No. 3. No. i. STATIONS. BesNo. J. Bright, Susie, eggs than from any other one source, ley, Susie and Annie Daily. Daily. Daily. trt- - work on my farm It Is the rtnest medicine ever Daily hx. Sun. Daily. Daily. Josie and Fannie power are to be dislodged without a Decatur, audit is a fact that dinner's chicken sie and Annie Wood, Issio Walker, Lan niendous stiuggle. Philadelphia PiefS mule" Jesse Middlewart,Kinijs NewOhio, s.i)s; 8 17.1 mi 403 pm Scopm 735 a m I.'ve Cincinnati A'rv, 640 am, 643 pmlioasa m 600 p m Discovtry "Had It not been for Dr. ... 8 30a mi 4 aa p m .V'illiamstown..I.'ve cholera cine is daily adding to that reve- Fugleman, Danville, 5 13 a in . o ci .1 m it in g 35 pm' 4 10 a m 7 34 a m 308 pm ..Georgetown for Consumption I would have died of Limn losjam 7 02 pin 1037 pm... caster, Hattie May Surber, of Missouri, (Rep.) nue. Sold and warranted to cine by now (3 a in, 4 15 pm 700am 3 40 pm 1 Lexington. Troubles Was Risen up by doctors. Am it jop ml 1 35 pmn 03 pm(io 15 a m Bottle Han is, Bessie Fugleman nnd j 38 a m -- t 5 30 a m 110pm fc Stagg. .......ijaniiuc, 8 59 pm ta 15 ptni Its Delicacy of Flavor McKoberts lu the btst of health " Sample bottles free at ta 50 pm. iu pm jnam 3 10 p m 510am 00 a m .junction lily 13 Pl 9 iin u 30 am 1135 am Mary Kay, Jo Johnson (master of cere- And tho efficacy of its action bavo ren- A It Penny's drug store 05 a OS a mil 30 pm mi i)"H oomcrsci 3 00 p ml s Syrup of Figs Oaldale monies) Jake and Jo Robinson, Phelix 9 55 P m 11 25 a in 713am III 5 15 a m 3 13 p m o 50 Ji dered tho famous California liquid fruit Ar'v.Chattanooga..I.'ve 710pm 900am 4 00 a m 8 aoa m 1000 p m Electric Bitters. ... 6 .pm 8 so a in' 600 pm L've.Chattinoosa...Ar'v Is Naturo' own truo laxative. It is the and Jake White, (i. B. Bright, Jr. and remedy, Syrup of Figs, Immonsoly popua 15 pm Atlalh lAr'v 1 10 pm remedy m beciinlnjf so welt known and so and others whoso This moit canity tnkon, and the most oflectivo Bright Swinebroad .....1135pm 330am lar. ItCloansosandTonesuptho clogged 3 4SP"i 11 lopm'L've... Ilirmingham as to need no special mention. All who ...Tuscaloosa- 00 pm la 48 a mi 910am 140am romedy known to Cleanse tho System names your reporter failed to get. The and feverish System, and dispell Head-acho- s, popular Electric Hitters sinif the same som; of nam hascused Menu an ...1. ve ,. vc 9 uu.... loiopm it as pm jioamArv . -....-.p in j w c mi 6 33 a m 9 30 a m Ar Vh.cw wnnni..i. when Bilious or Costlvo j to dispel Head- atl'air was unique, and very enjoyable pr ilse A purer medicine does not exist and it Is Colds, and Fovers. 1000 pm Ar'v folks 3 10 a m 1,'vc, guaranteed to du all th it is ilalmed Electric aches, Colds, and Fovers; to Curo Habit- to all who were present. The little 613pm Jackson, ...... .Ar'v ... ....! 9 00 a m I.'ve For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. " 4oapm 11 10a m I,'vc....VickburL'... Hitters will cure all diseases of the User and ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. went nvvtiy with gladdened hearts and ..I Monroe 1005 a m 410pm l.'vc Pimples. Rolls, Salt Rhcutii and will remove Shiloh'i Catarrh Remedy, a positive cure for only by tho California Fig will ever remember Mrs. Harris for the nmAr'v....Shreveport 8 is 600a m Manufactured other affections caused by Impure blood. Will McKoli Catarrh, Dyphtherta nnd Canker-Moutinstitution of such a pleasant, occasion. Company, San Francisco, Cal. Oakdale at 5 35, a m, and arrives In Chattanooga at 9 00, a.m. No. 10 leaves prevent as Syrup ssstein and N. II. Train No. 9 leaves ert & Stag,;, Stanford, Ky , and Crw V Co,, drive Malaria from the Fevers, For cure of Chattanooga at 5 00, P. M and arrives at Oakdale at 8 33. well as cure all Mai trial Tor sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. McKinney, Ky Are you made mnerahle by tndige.tion, Consti Constipation and Indigestion try ElecMann Roudoir Ruffet Sleeping Car on all trains. Appetite, Yellow Skint 'the Kes.Oeo. U. Thiyer, of liourbon, Ind Headache, H. COLMIKAN, Gen'l Frt. Pass. Agt. gauranteed or Manager, Shiloh' Cure will pation, Doziness, Los. of Letter From Or. Kendrick. To the Killtnr tif tlic Interior Journal lo.-lluvlnu jut-luipso $-' i'iir-rin;- n 1 - BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! GEO- D. WEAKEN", MAJST'G'H. i, CREAM FREEZERS $11,-fKK- in-la- T. R. WAXTON'S. T. R. WALTON'S. Extracts for Ice Cream es ELEGANT GREEN TEA as Fruit Jars & Scaling: Wax FOR SALE FOR RENT! 111 ! ' 1 s D dy SPRING OPENING! WALL PAPER AKB QECGRATfQKS ray-boar- d; Dan-sill- A. E. GIBBON'S, DAN'XI.t.E, KTT. Tlus-iiloni.ins- , QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. Phnr-isseesi- n. ulci-rs- d 1 crup-lion- s, n - tit-bi- ts tak-Injf- nowx. 11 i i) 1 1 1 Kid-nej- h when Entire satisfaction positive cure. McKoberts says; "Itoth myself and wife oue out lis es to, tric Hitters. Trice 10c, joe and $1.00. Shltoh'n Vllalner Is a Price 50c and Co , McKin- Stagg, Stanford, Ky.,aiid Crow Shitoh's Consumption Curs. McRoberts & Stagg, money refunded. McRoberU&Suilg, Stanford, Ky., and Crow A A. It. Penn,' drugstore. Ky., and Crow ,t Co., McKinney, Ky. Stanford, ney, Ky. Co., McKinney, Ky. cough Why will give immediate relief yi $1 per bottle-a- t JOHN C.GAULT, General R. CARROLL, General Superintendent. General Offices, St. Paul Umldtng, West Fourth btreet, Cincinnati. Ohio. - ... ..... tlMfBWMaM(fWI If tMIH'l'''S;aa..t.j.r;r;.-- .fc.. ,. ,, .1.1. .. SJf11 Mgrnvr" fl. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., Stanfokd, Junk 1888 W. P. WALTON. THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. u L The Mountain In. Terrible Labor. t Itavt. miri I..I....1 lit, tii.nl.. r ir.l. .r M... The Itupnlilk'tin Convention wits railed (dirge Weircn lliul I j Hru. e anil will npiu j n "i j.iruii uitimc purtni.cn ,nr by Ciiairmnn Jones, of the Nato order earen WrTttVMWMIJMMAr- lle.i.lc. lumber in rniiKh .mil ilec.l, I Mill i iit ,,, (vi,r )(l,1V( tional Committee at '2:'M Tuesday and a Urjjt line of window a.hc. door, nil. t,irt S(11M,n hmiJe , ithv im... mill the pi. let fern e formerly olil y women. m .. ,.u tho body proeeeIed to listen to an invo Will lllllill I'tlllllllilL 1111 mi lin nrvMl I' Mi W'e.uiu. S ( till IKK Kl K i, ir The Supreme Lodge of the Aiueii (lowing very eaily in the season Deity, which had been cation to the can Order of Tinted Woikmen is in sesshorn of objectionable matter by the Mr. Wyatt Hughes and gnindson en To the Farmers of Lincoln and sion at Louisville. The report shows joy the distinction of being our llrst Moguls, who had passed upon it. .Tone r Garrard Counties- that the membership numbers IUS,:t07, a made a speech and afterwards T. S. hoarders this season, arriving one ' I - TT. mill iltll.ll U g.iin of 21,78s for the year. The order day before Thurston, of Nebraska, was introduced our opening. Among our The Stanford Killir MilUl.iiiniiaiiyw.iniN j.ur I iintliirniliire li up r.it ira it nil tiperlctiT I t has paid out from its organization to guests now is a gentleman who has been whole ami will pay mu'li llie crop of a temporally Chairman. He also deiiMke ii Idinniial AtlUt Kimiiii tna hiuhe.t market pritefi.r it li ni. ell wilhniit XMiikimn In January 1, 1SSS, .?i0,:t;50,077 in death loss- a visitor to these Springs for livered himself of a lot of rot about the Man ll.ilr ciHtifn!, years -- tint .eelni; Superintendent Put at trie .Mill or (million amithin p.utni tin-dour 1i.iiiij kliiiiiipuolng I J tOSI in the latrnt mill It, es. The total receipts for the relief fund Mr. S. W. Gi veus. Another, Mr. Chas. tin' under. ij;ned grand achievements of the g. o. p. and HHI.I iinpiordt)le Slv np.cl.il iittintlini will I'ret Stanford ifuilcr MilU ( n InJJ ii cn to Ij.lu , a, ..I rhildu-ifrom the yer ISS1 to 1S.S7, inclusive, Bishop, nephew of the efforts of the democratic party to of Bishop, ' JKSSh j THOMPSON. were f!()i,iKM.s:i. The total disbuise-incut- s Ohio, who came here in very poor bend the country to the demnition bowStanford. Ky ! ! for relief were S'JINt.tMMU. The wows. The usual committees were aphealth, and without any appetite, is now I.KI-- l llt'KC'.MA.V, death rate last year was O.l- l- to the - as jolly as a school boy and takes his pointed and the convention adjourned SUKC.r.ON lU.NTIST, 000. To Tho Voters of Lincoln County: till noon Wednesday. meals regular and can hold a very fair SiaNr.iMti, KitsTicKV, One of the features of the day was the ('lie l'.ii Hook. nrt now ri'mly (or 1FB8 ami hand with your humble servant. List CHURCH AFFAIRS. O.Tu e .niiih lde Main, two doort alwe Depot St. um ready to mrni. the lave." l.tcrjlmdy will of John C. Fremont, the Hrst presence evening he felt so good that he had to o plcaM uimt forward and pay eatl has generally been understood that It The Kentucky State Sunday-Schopresidential nominee of the republican T It NLWI AM), S I. C over to the and take a set all party, 32 years ago. He was looking Morgan and his men got out of the Ohio Convention will be held at Winchester alone by himself. As you know, Mr. hale and heaity and made a lively penitentiary by tunneling, hut the red August Mr (iivens don't dance and I dare not. The Methodist Hook Concern, which Speaking of dancing reminds me of anSTANFORD, ICY., speech, although about SO years of age. republican papers now charge that old During the short session Mahone and man Thurman slipped him out. The started in 1S71I with tKX) borrowed money, other circumstance: I know a man who THE GENTS' FURNISHER, E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. Wise, of Virginia, made a spectacle of Old Roman is a very bad man and we now has a net capital of not only thinks it very wrong to dance, 513 4th St., Louisville. rival dele- oxjiect to see it proved on him before The Northern Presbyterian Assem lut also for the young folks to meet tothemselves. They represent gations and proceeded to air their dirty the campaign is ended that he not only bly passed a resolution recommending gether in social enjoyment. The f.ihion of the il iy in the (enl r'lirnttli. I'hn nld and Hotel mil maintain msline will alwa Ix I untl in my utoic I am it lush reputation, and lit Prnpnelor deltrmin. linen till cut oil' by adjournment. Ma- assassinated Lincoln ami sliot i.nriiolil, the M?iioim of l'md.vteriun churches to A short time before I left Paint Lick ed that it ihall he tccoiid to no comitiy Hotel in refuse to admit into these churches per- I invited my Sunday School scholars to agent lor the lnUun.ictirM Sic un launilr), the hone pronounced an assertion of WNe but is a hloodv anarchist besides. In the the State In ut I are. dot or Attenbusi"as false as you are foul," when Wise, tion to hi. i;,ir. Itaccah-a social gathering ino dance) at my Tin: Democratic State Central Com- sons. who are engaged in the liquor ioneed l. and who was born and bred n lighter, replied, mittee has decided to call a mass meet- ness. home. The evening was cloudy and II. A. K VANS, A. B..A.M. fiom deM.t fiee of . lurue- Sp. ml acionu.i da the Presbyteiy tiun to Cummer ial lraeler "I shall put the proper stamp on that at ing of the young democracy in Louis- .. :.i. A called meeting of r..r.t ai,.,i....i,... this man told some of the voting Indus w i.... J Analytical Chemist, renegades, ville on 7 iai " the proper time." Hotli are the -- 8th to ratify tho nomina- Uevs. h. M. Green and J. A. Bogle and he hoped it would r.un so none of them up for the still)', but a victory for Wise, tions for president ami conld go and would not let his (laughter LANCASTER, - - KENTUCKY. over the little icpudiator, would be gen- and to select delegates to the convention Klders Vanarsdaleand J. M. Wray, was go. Now a few days later at children's Make a upcciilty of loal, mineral water and held at the Presbyterian church Wednesl KK IS erally hailed with delight. day, this man being a Sunday School mineral anahtit Analytical wink ulany kind Send which is to meet in Ilaltimorc July 1th J assembling Wednesday the com- to organize a National league of Demo- day, to dissolve the pastoral relation of superintendent, announced that the for a circular On MercliantllNc, mittee on credentials and lesolutions cratic Clubs. The Lincoln County Club Bev. A. S. Moll'ett, who resigned to ac- closing piece would be an essay on "ImKOWl AS'll, KV, cept the call of the Midway church, not being ready to report, that on per- will be represented and all others in the Now I mortality" by his daughter. Hac ju.t oprncn a new .i.tikof Men and l.u ' which wits done. Mr. Mollctt will conmanent organization was presentee). It State should be. CU.IhinK, Hat. Car., IUw.it, Shoe.. Dry ;..odi, would like to know which would be the MT. VEHNO.V, KY. Notion, and I .imilv (.rwerie. Al.o dealert in for the church, however, tinue to piench named M. M. Kstee, of California, for worst, to attend a social gathering or to ' l"fj t mir pi.l.i. e taken tin e haiue for KJOda at hichi-.-l iikiUii priir inrits-roNi. iiaih.max ..me one. lonowing mo till August I. cnairman ami any numuerot vice piest- inc try to foist umiii an intelligent audience Thi old and lintel i mill mjtntam-Ihall. am! learn flit . )anlac. in llaue it.6m dents and secretaries and was adopted. load of our own McKenzie, who spoke; lit fine reputation. Charge! icawaaMe. S.( as original, w hieh was copied tin ess,iy FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. . ,. rni.i ul jltciuion to the trelnij; publii. tianriK Mr. F.stee was escorted to the chair and 0f Mrs. Cleveland as the "Ciu'rowm-,h verbatim from the Bible Compiiiior, llaoiii.Kan, K., Mat, i&lf. (. P NI.WCOMII. Prop, M. F. F.I kin bought of James C.i contented himself and satislied the body Queen of American Womanhood," re-- , page 701. think it a great deal worse "! Ml Vernon. Ky. inf.ir-Alttnht A Martin tSeir man bv delivering a very short address. A furred to Blaine as "Our L'ncrowned Beit), a lot of butcher cattle at : cents. filendt and ru.tomir. of the rhange in Crm nain'i to teach Ininibuggeiy, hyjsicracy and to Forty Texas ponies were sold in travels were presented, of sil- - ICiui'." but it fell Hat. It was about as number of in a Sunday chool than to teach ! MARTIN & PERKINS, ver, of gold and of oak, the latter made ' disgusting us the most of his remarks Hopkinsville a few days ago at an nvci- tlt.it you ilo not believe Hint IhhI murage ot from the tree under winch the g. o. p. were flagrant lv false. Tfce new firm hope. n..i milv in aiutaln the ders, kills and destroys, fnr this rensoii Ihrald. but lHleu4. lo make man) Terra Cottn won the handicap at I was charged hy this man as teaching I will deliver to regular u,.mcr. m sinfuid and was incubated in Ls'tt. They were all p..".w.i.im m manniaiiure hi lubatto which Buadi.ky procession, -- iQ strong,,, Xt.w York Wednesday, 1J milus in L':r7; iiiniiytver iukiimi wrill oe tjthe utMrrtt accepted with the understanding that will 4 mn iu.tmet.. W'e l.eat will not publish his name At hetesy. ! detnte lii Ul allonu. our Natural Jnc Cent the light should be pounded out of tho withsever.il brass bands, promenaded Kurus L! 01 neti rf. Ihankinc ton ' now, but I think alioiit tint time of the Aciounl mu.l kc paid at the i lu.e f ea h mi.nl h lor)M. lavor .M ai ,ntf (' a Minntlion ol W. II. Traylorsold to a Cincinnati August meeting I will publish democratic party with them. The order the streets of Chicago ami got up some ,. a letter or wncn ti.iomer itn K..,- - tf , It I IIAKKOW 9 hogs at of his and a of business made the naming of candi. enthusiasm for the short legged rooter party 'J"0 head of ft k IS s KIIN A circular which will upike from Garrard. They do say that he will S.").:w per hundred. dates the 4th on the list and balloting mighty interesting reading to people in C. A. BENEDICT & CO., 1071. 10U8 D. N. Prewitt bought of Beck k Gil- otii. A recess was men iaKen iiu ft i ji. get lL'.'i votes on the llrst ballot ami here's certain localities. IMani- n- .Mill, factions had a hoping that tho number will increase land, of Tennessee, n lot of The Mahoue and Wise On the 4th of Julv we will have a Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, before the commit-- ' t'11 lic gets there. regular knock-dowcattle at cents. grand time and a great big dance and as STAM'Ortl), K Mr. J. Steele CarMnter writes that I told them in a public tee, which finally decided to seat 14 of speech at the Tiik opening prayer at the Chicago with the horses adver church that I would never Wise's and 10 of Mahone's men. ' Will, drilled I urdrf ali! Piimj.- I ,' convention sounded so much like a pol- - he did splendidly dance npiiu The Associated Press makes these fig ' itical stump Rv9HiHPaiLftiLvaLLLHLLLLV tised with us this season. factory pine. liKe it ami wanted to, I e- timess i ,,.. De- that .the ii reverent . .. ,. , ii W. M. Jjiekev sold to A. T. Niinnel-- pect to keep my promise. urea s lerinan 2.0, Grcsham ' fitlmtt'fci tt'ht tltilti sunt uti. rill' it from om, up- If I feel like W. METl tLT " a pew 100, A Iger SO, Harrison 120, Allison luievn t it mi iiuii i niton n iiwiii steers at ' it I will lead plauded with great vehemence. The lev a small bunch of the dance on the 4th, if not . .., . .. .. . --.. . .. ! .. ..... iS: HAYS. -, iii.iu-:ij. MBTOALP 'Wt i iicips jo, imii I 1111111 wit t Iturit'tt- tin unit ii, riui'i national committee evidently did its 4 cents and two milk cows at tf It l?itkt 13, Stanford 10. Depew goes in with he Ceo le . II llauglmum sold to ftinTAJtsi vtg!!Wt"'tWaLB ,( U.IA.,111TKK well. AHYS. AT LAV & REAL ESTATE ACTS. woik New York's solid vote of 72 and his s Martin K..sm., .Mables, New Orleans, ,, s ..WlH, 1Illt(, IIAKIlOt'KMI IJand l'l-II ,K ,00. friends claim that lie cm carry the Km-- 1 r t I , by SI:. Martin, for N ) NEWS CONDENSED. K . III V((11 ve blind guitles which Will prartHe in any ..uit in Katcrn Krntin k State bv 30.1 O0. -- Morns, m Ch.cap., bought "luring htniilI ,lla litre ,,, Ktaminati n of lain! nile marie a pc ulty An IW,IW I' r r ! . l Kmi It is said that Dick Tate is in ' ' At the evening session the ciedentials I r and mineral lan.U ie llie Ktsi wt'l'K til .'i;uhiiii uwiiiiiv, ,njy which appettr bcHtitiful outward, but aale. lu. Ii f timber. '"ti hf a eta. Infrntali.n tnrnirird m ..n) p..tnt and i,r rU.u " cents. t traliu. was still not ready to report, it ,, cattle weighing 1,")00 pounds at j4 if C'.i.nlr,., ,K t within are tlllud with hypocrasy and rctpundenic v4nile., krl Sheridan is getting well. He is not Bradley1 s, h'.u.h nu llriw, I. inmer. Foraker. the little The largest tHur mill in the world iuiipiity. ' The lliblu denoiimrs - l.ninii clwhre. Sen fir in e. ef. EDWARD H. FOX, the bantam, and others tIu-- ' r mtl to read his own obituary, will be established at Dulutli, Minneso-- i as one of the greatest sins. Mrs. Kmery A. Stons, widow of the ta. were called on to make speeches, and ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, llie capicity will lie o.ikki ictrreis I), (f s t waved the bloody garment and raved d distinguished lawyer, is dead in per day. OAXVIlalalO, KV. Afterwards tlio committee Tho(ilasow I imes Kijsniorutobae- IVnj. T. (). Hubbard, to .loliet llMMiuted Bev. H. C. Wood, a colored Baptist co plautn were set out lanew building o.p...tt TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. in a majority and a minority re- Sunday than ,,rjson f,jr robbing tin- - I'irst KntioiiHl the (waloOi. c to hi it elegant than ever and htler jiepre.l lo preacher at Springfield, O., was arrested ,m anv tj.r nu ,iav in tlio historv port, which was discussed vigorously till M uupe.l nxe K.dler Mill 'in t irefei.l,Hank of Monmouth, I. 1!.",(KK) ami accomifKMlate the pulitii with flue pKiurc. frqai photograph to life mi, s4,f tljn guaranteed. the lm .if M.ii:i..f,t t tat r .l.tj any Mill lo midnight, w hen a vote wastaken am! the '"r stealing elnekens. t)l( t.l)11lty causing the wreck of that institution in "qual in .u,. iv it i..,r, w ih.nl, the nien o The exodus of republican Senators! a c alig, it rr the ..vunl) thonld have conntr liriie enmh lu seating the Wise dele-- ; sillu's & Mattingly sold :!:'.2 heail of KSsVi, is tleail with no one to mourn his r NRIU majority .!. HW.kKK.ICl. patrontae and .ii.uiu iheaane Vc oi.h lu gates was adopted and the committee aim ongressmun to cincago leaves both slop cattle to Nelson Monis, of Chicago, los. Mhom H mav mm era that we are l. thu STANFORD ,"",i,' without a qiioruiii. markell.il.il) yi.ur heal and .ih and will .Mat 4 cents A monument toiuaik tho spot where 10 yesterday. adjourned till III., 177 ut. cents and ier hiytle.l W'e St. Joseph's Asvluni, near Newport, poiintl. MILL COHPfMY ha')' ail'ledthe Mr new market prn elufor tame n.l a nur ion, brave .leb Stuart, the cavalry geneiel, maihiiMtir Lebanon Standard. Adapted and Three Candidates burned with all its Platform (I'.ar1meni and ean una mate meal In ami any fixture. Insiiranee Kennedy it liedford sold U'O f.tt cat- fell, and another over the grave of 70 rrv.n llcunot he equalled hy any other mill illnfii tnrer ..I Nominated. We in tSia en mily a trial in The children were rescued. in. ' tle to the Armor Co., of Chicago, at ."t. confederates at Fmiuanuel church, both Flooring, Wonthorboiirdlng, CoillnK. meal itepartnieul Mlt.ii.having grain nHr llunr lineI our Special to tile Interior Jotinul.) li The whole business J)Ortioil of Dll- - .1. V. Ferguson & Sons Mild :W); J. K. near Richmond, Va., w etc dedicated this r..r ...le will ple.e. all at the Mill, in whrre nur Klntshlnh: Lumber, Mouldings, Sash, ,,, ji jm,,i M,(1 a ill I,,,, Lofisvn.i.K, June 21st. 3 v. m. Con-- j bois, l'a., together with IJOO dwellings W1,e ,ie week. Paris News. Etc. Sriah. Doors nnd Blinds nlwnyn l st .ne. for .ime. lira and '.l.lli.tuft alwaya Clavsoliliil ato cents. W X I'OTIS, vention met at 10 o'clock. Committee weru burned ami :i,000 people are home- - v..t- - Tlieie isdmt one way ill which the li in stock. -u- ioi(ornoH u.u..,-i- ui ii.t Sianfurd Holler Mill Co "' " 11S'' on resolutions reported usual platform, tieonti.ei.mrKei.wiiuua.temisKe, uKu.)Uor(iUurttiolM.,lnht,M,ttIu(llln(l lit The .first electric load in Cincinnati a month ago. soltl at W; ,(V a iwu winch was unanimously adopted. hytlvnu T1((M. who Mnk was put in operation Saturday night on LQNDO.V, KENTUCKY, NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. at SlM.SO and calves at ( to t1)t It denounces everything democratic, Walnut Hills and it proved a great sue yearlings 1a.l;;t. of a proliiliitiou law will Ii. W. House fc Co. sol.l to Ste- - Vo,(, U0 eviN wli.I( nr,Hp foiM t,(( $12.50. CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. the present administration in particular; cess, , plum Uano 400 lambs at $.VJ- 5.- lines. n. ini. er.itiiKi1, ll.irn ll.t.t ...f s l)Ch.t, jlltl,m,KiniUl ns,. of i,1loni i ( ' .. Htinrisu this morning William At Mai. ktin.,1.;.. promises the people delivorancc, etc.; Winchester has contracted with an aie badly mistaken. While corn grows Thoroughly Kenuvaied ami Uefiiini.licd. Fir.t li II r L.ilaell, lr andI, I .S .11, ti II Miller. ung, naie u.MiclJ will die for the minder of " straight out for p. otection all along the clectiie light company to put up 00 elec inciirpiiraiei! cla. Pare and Ucauin.iblc I'ricet. Day night ted tin mn Ue t..Ki tin r to ,1,c brave Jennie llowniaii. His partner in tric lights of 10 candle power each, for lupior will be made ami used. No legis- Trnintarc met by I'ulite IVirteriJ'uf tintand c,"l""-l". '.'.".' ,k !""1,.V.I "",,er name of . Popular h. lligliutHil N Wayne. hnri; 'I tirnpike Koail Co. Ad-- 1 hue; favors coinage silver and gold. lation which human wisdom can devise, guIt ,m(, ,,h )u,,,k ,)roken a Vtfnr n(,() tu he rnnducted la the limlilintr. Iluii.e. which the city pays $10 each per annum stop it; and in.iiiiiainini; ami lon.luttin of n McAdainirrd voeates rights of peoj)le in of: The iurv disaereetl in the trial of when the city is lighted every night till can too often to this has beeudenionstni-tetiirnpiKc mail fimn tin- prevent tirmmiii. ot the need any citation of stapublic lands; denounces treatment by Joseph It. Hanks and John Cockrill, at 1 CHICK SIIOIV luimimiuni nan, i.ap iiiriipii.i. iii . Lincoln own- Covington Commonwealth. . NEW Ik. .Mr.. ....i. v. ji., and ?i:j each when lighted ac- tistics. if llllllOKIt IIIKlilani ami .i. a nranii re tuctinct tn tu the i'uln.i ii. ii nt hne, or Congress and administration of fisheries Nashville, Tenn., for the killing of John cording to the "moonlight p.ut of tuch I lut( oprmd it liutihir lioi at Kuwland in named tiirnnik tlm stun) ImuMMind mn nepariil to fiuni.li Thiiprinrip.ilpl.uc of liiikimav .Iwll he llli-They are to be put in operation within question; favors reduction of postage to J. Littleton, editor of the National o CO land, Likrolii county, Ky tho jnih It with n i kuiili nt ni.iiln, tuli and ny o no 00 days. The corporation hall , omincnct- on Ilia A p. ii m in their hcri'Kiliiro will cmitiii one cent and declares republicanism Mrs. Piesident Cleveland had :00 ot Juni', i!yU, .mil tcrmiiuitu on tlio titli ijlh day to un runiiKij my npni Ui mem in my uu Jav of John Tracy sold to John A. Judy a June 1718 tiimrr. Mi Sl.iufnnl and VKimty alone is salvation for the country from photographs of herself taken, attached The .iiiil.iM.ieil capital .lo.lt 1. 10 he twenty cattle for July of ti if t i MF KI.KIN tliou.aiid dollar., win. li .hull he paid ill ucll tiiuca her autograph to them, and then sent loth, at o cents. John Coleman 40 utter ruin. anil in .ihIi amount, and upon .uch ttrm. n tho them to the fair for working girls in New weighing 1,."00 pounds at same price, t The names of Hawley, Gresham and p CRABORCHARDSPRINGS lliwrdol Hiieciiir. .hall prcmnhc tn In- mauiiKCil lie aH.iirk nf the corporation arc Hy .i,, til ot litr Dirrrliir. on., .if .. l,... .1..11 1... Israel Braun, Cincinnati, bought of vaHarrison were placed before the conven- Ymk. ill "lfl full IHihtlt I ritt jlMi ii cctrd a. pre.uliiit hy the hoard; and .uch rt tin i l.nA .. iiwiii ijiiuwii null, 1M) cattle, weigh- Ky. h.ill he ekcud on thr fir.l Saturday in P tion nnd adjournment had to o'clock. Mr. Blaine in an interview at New Cas- rious parties- this week J line or cull f.ir i.n.Ulull .t:ri: fur nue je.irnevt 1,000 lbs. at$o. ll'lpur 100. It. K. Face P their election Said hoard .lull nUo elect W. V. K. tle yesterday, declined to state whether bought Saturday of Younger lisle, 150 t.04 P-STi OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. ,. .v.R lilijh.--- iitH.iirer oT inilclitvdnu.a to which Iiu The programme was to go right along or not he would accept tho nomination amount lambs, wethers and ewes, weight SO lbs: tliia c.rporiuiuii mi) at any time auhlicl null nominating candidates and as HI arc to for President. h.il inn ex. nd one thou.iiiul dnll.ira July loth, at ." cents. to be delivered I me llr.iis nndStruu Hand in Attendant-.bo placed before tho convention, it is n from lie Ihrpriuito pr.pcrty of the kimkliuldcn ih.ill The jury failed to agreo in the case Winchester Democrat. tuiit Ir.nntlii torpor.it deLt. J'lly taScitimttr .t Kate greatly rediiicil, I. (i hardly probable that a ballot was reach- of Miss Irene Cowden, who sued Reprejoh M T lliiynnlil.,)l l: S tiooe'l. The Advocate notes the following larti.yl.loul.W II K ii per day mid Jiup.'r mtl. .mil iipivurd o laldwcll.Jr ed last night; at any rate not more than sentative Langley for SoO.OOO for defaman W. Dtigan bought THOMAS XKW.M AX, M.in.wr ; stock transactions:!. Sliinli.ru, J lie 1, i8U. o one. What the outcome will be no man tion of character. The case was tried B C KIM;, KevidentSiipt ; J AS .)0 head of cattle at 4 cents; cr l II at present can guess. ,4) I1MISTON", Clftk. before the V. S. Court at Frankfort. THE FLORENCE Q Wakelleld, Moreland, & Co., bought of A full report by tho l'ress AssociaHon. Isaac Herschell Goodnight, of n 3 4."i good beef Thomas Mcltoberts tion of the first two days' work will be Franklin, has consented to stand for Eivsry, geed and tSalc Stable, cents; Wakelleld k Lee sold a p found on our 4th page. nomination by the Democratic Congres- - of horses to Hlackford, of S. C. at $100 to -r e J Hional Convention of the Third District, W 'lo" m""L'" he.r'f' l' "II the a cat$100 and bought a lot of (0 Gi:x. Woi.voitn is prosecuting his can to bo in Howling Green August I'.'l. held "'"i n mul- iiietr iifatiie r...... .i. Pi l.'i strictly good 4 tle at $l.(50; vassin the 11th with a vim and vigor Uh.nn".a" V,V 'in! '" l.'ln, ,,u ,,,e 'J P of An express train on tho Northern i linl J."y h "" '" cnnliired. Inn iLiffinlttltlliri u,, s. of C. Jenkins, Garrard, at St.OO. Same I'll. ue e. .m.iflc n,,Iroai, WW Htt,u.kw, ,,v t.IB,lt, .m,lBu firm soltl to liryno and Jeffries, of LouisHesavH hocan knock the socksoir J'iii-ne unaerMiiied have piirih.i.e.l robbers, who relieved the piiKsengers o ville, 14 head of Foiled Angus beef cutt,e .JlT"" I. niiil hnrn'a linniiirr flint lir ap cttii. Un.lilintinn.liinean.l ,,(., a n tlu,'r valuables and broke open tlho ex- .. ...t. ..... .. lake ca.ure dJinocrat will clean him out teeth ami tle, to bo delivered in July, at $.).")0 per i"'n'iiiy to anil wlihniii hoitatiun pronounce it n lt worth, ,.i IV ..:.. .............. ..,.UJ , ,. f.. in toe nail. "l. P.IIU ...,.i ,..t: fll :. Ul 11.1 i ifiiieuiH. owt. This is said to ho tho best every parucuar, .II,,,.,, u ta f" ii: B W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Lane Hritton, tho notorious Oark, of beef cattle in the State. C. 1. Cecil p , , AVo nm still niuniui! our fuith to Sher-.... .... . ... LONDON, KV , 't.sper..,.o, w.io mis i.een a .ug.tive sold to I. Uruuii, of Cincinnati, 01 head man it. case Hlaine is not the nominee. for (ivo years and who is wanted to nit- - of beef cattle, supposed to weigli over H Ouod turnout nnd anilillc hore alwnva fur hire --t on reanonahle term.. London it the inott t for the killing of eight men, was 1,000 pounds and to bo dcliveiod July TiiHKndays of tho Chicago monkevj p point on the railroad to reach place, in the .. . 10th to "JOth, at .".l'.) per owt. in the mountain tection uf the stale. M.r. r.i.Ki.v. how have gone ami nothing donoso far. captured at Manslleld, Mo., Monday. lo le uu.iiir It S. S ..,- ' i l . Tiikki: was a wow and n wiunHts in tho Kentucky dclepitlon over wlio should have tho honor of being its Iloth Auustim Wilson and CJeorKO Denny claimed election, but the Another former was declared clm-evote was demanded, preliminary to which Wilson, Denny ami Lewis indulged in home very unparliamentary remarks. They not hotter and hotter until Anally Denny arose in liijjh dudgeon and surmounting his noble, but corrugated brow with Ids hat he left the room and the vote being taken Wilson received J1 to Dennv'.s nothing, his friends refusing to vote. Hradley, as usual, dodged the isue and failed to ex press himself for either, which produced a little frigidity between Denny and the aspirant. If big dogs fall out and tight over such a small bone, what will they do if by any possibility they should get a chance at the loaves and fishes. The other honors were distributed thus: Secretary, Charles M. Pendleton; Organization, John Hcunctt; Credentials, George W. Jolly; Resolutions, Logan McKcc; Member National Committee, Col. C. Uoodloe. n. DRIPPING Tho news comes from Africa that Stanley is dead again. Perhaps these Grand Master Smith, of tho Masonic this season as they Grand Lodge of Kentucky, has decided Already an guests SPRINGS. Springs will boom never have before. nrriviiiir, each mail murewwuri? ElAIMIM HTffiUKIIxiNQToN, arq "KentuckV. t Grand Lodge last year, that is a Masonic oHene, is unconstitutional. W. H. Travis who had two wives nicely domiciled in Brooklyn within a few blocks of each other, and who divided his time equally between the two, has at lavt been arrested for bigamy on .. i..!... .. w.c .,...-- u. ....u ...r il..., .i cou.pmi.u o, .i... i.ii im-u.e saloon-keepin- g that the resolutions adopted by the bringing numbers of applications for rooms for pat tics who aie to airive in tho near future. One town alone promises a pa i ty of ten on the "l and the after same town another party of the-tth- . Dr..Chiun and wife, aged IK.' and 101, have engaged rooms for the 10th. Theiv have been more calls for rooms fnim straugci's at a distance this l0-od- d THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. for Catalogue to J.T. PATTERSON .pRtST Hi "'.'ill ii'r3wlli iliHSrJBcsii! DUMBER TTALRID I ,, ' ,, ,,..., irg-ula- mmmmrsK I I whi-i- 1V1H li-- i 111 - I - Kx-Go- i TAXES TAXES 1,- ! I ol ball-roo- jo-- tf WOOD WALLACE, $'V!,J-,"(- well-kno- ! e ..,. 11 KIl4T0I& DAVIS dcucrnl I NEWCOMB rll-kno- HOTEL. , k 1 I de-cei- pt ts - XCE, ICE, ICE I -- ! 1 Icr I'ouiul i. r . I I d Lebanon n '- -'J - sp.-ec- it-i- t L 1 ,,,.,,. ,, V I I ,yp,K-ri.es- . j I ' ul r '"' I I ! , ' . - . , . j ,,, Buck-Fus- I I r- short-legge- d i Chiea-nautem- n. NOTICE - t -t . PLMMG I i' 11 Di.p-U- Two-year-ol- JACKSON HOUSE. ". t-- ajr-.- ) t0 1 - - - 1 1 . . - j c j c Jo;-t- f. poss-ssi- on d 1 m - He-vie- I - ; car-loa- d 1,000-poiin- d a O D I - .1 - '. Crab Orchard, 1 p X 1 a ) 1 -t l,:i00-poun- d a in 11 CD Q h-- I I ."i ear-loa-d n WASHING MACHINE - 700-pou- .u,., j y a St 4 L 411111 car-loa- d 1 '", o o o Kw-'- r j in a r O . """ c, J 11 111 fc . d,, lonven-len- Mv.-r.- JiU Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal ii.cwAi.TON, bus. Manager Stani-ohd- , Ky., June 22, 1888 Published Bvory TuoBday and Friday. S',J IMCK YIOAK.IN ADV'ANUK pJi-- t lit.i nito $a DO "ll le rmrgul ' "H I"" L. & N. LOCAL TIM Mml tram Kmnu North CARD. I jl pin 11371"" pres tr.nn " Soiill". . Ni.rth ,.3; a in Ji 30 in North teal Krclcht South. 65J pm c.ur u.eui;eM he Utter train a.o Ihc anovcisCiliuUled on tand.ird time, .Solar t me 11 al.oul i minute fatti r. smith . J 3 .. ..I K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. I a 0 rains leave Kntl.ind ul j a m ami ntum .11 6 in i"l S 4" l ni MEANS 7 BUSINESS. A. It. Penny. C.stoii oil, lard oil mid machine oil jagg's. of all kind at MdtoboMs Skco.mi-i- i wii Walter A. Wood rake Tin: IwHt place to buy drugs, patent for Nile at your own price. One Mc-medicines and toilet articles in at A. It. Cormack mower as goisl as new for $20, PoiinCs. Foster. Metcalf Hl'Y your school hcoks, ink, tablets, and school supplies of all paper, A xtMimit of wells in town have alKinds froui A. It. Penny. ii ready gone dry ami the cisterns are I guarantee all watches and eveiy ar-tusual, (iniss around town looks 1 sell to he just an lopre-suitele of jewelry like it would after a drouth in SeptemA. It." Penny. ber. warranted. Wmiiu.s ami jewelry repaired and Lost on the Somerset piku a black, It not at least mitigate tlio nuisance if iimliu silk sash. Please luavo at tliiH of- - a heavy tax were imposed nt once upon lice and receive liboial reward. each dog in town, every tax-pai- d dog to (i to (Jcorgo Portnian's for lemonade, wear a collar to bo furnished by the Tim highest tlio iiicieury got wiim 1)( ginger nlo ami grape soda. town and all others to he killed? I make Wo did not give it a in the hIkuIo. this suggestion to the Council for what Wi: want to sell I (X, CHX1 sawed shin- ehaucc in our ollieo iih it might have run it in worth. A Citik.v ok St xfoiiii. gles, llrueo it MoKoberts. out of the spout. A salamander could V. II. TitAM.c.it has closed IiIh tlistll-ler- y hardlv live in thin worse than hades. Invitation to Flan Raising. I'l'i) the M.tor "f the Interior Journal after making .'I'll barrels of whisky. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Cavil Onui iti, June 2. Will you1 Xnu hats anil bonnets for 'summer -- .liiiiieHiIiileviiiidMis.sArhi.il Adams, please extend to the democrats of I.in wear just received at Mr. KiUe Itinlder- - ,ulh of the Cr;lb Orrhail neighborhood, l'b Canard and ItoekriKli" counties W . . .. . .. .1. It.- !. f t tltti uie at tin; ."rotum me columns m if... ivikuioii obtained license to many ',,l's ' ' invitation to he present and Lost. A pair of gold eye.glaes. Lib-or- briileV father's, Mr. Ham Adams. in raising our Cleveland and -- Miss Ullio Gregory, a cousin of Sena- leward to Under. Leave at tne Post Tl.urinan flag, S.tuiday Juno :.:M at two tor.JohiiD. Harris, eloped with It. M. Olllce. o dock i M. .,,...., ., 11 ....-lu- ' . ci...... aia... D.1J. KlIMIsTOX, .. ,. Tin: town of Itowlaml was being laid .1IIKIISUI1 Cljlllliy, 111111 . mi-- ) iii.uiii-- III Dr. J. I). Putts, mittee. oil' under the Incorporating act by Sur- Covington. It. II. ItllOXU'dll, J veyor John llriuht, yesterday. Mr. Klliott Fishback, depot agent at NKW AllVEItTISKMKXTS. A iitiks calls attention to the dog Moreland, and a very clover gentleman, nuisance and huggestH a lemedy. Will was united in marriage to Miss Annie A. the council do something in the prem- King, tlie pretty daughter of B. 1$. King, on tlie'.'Oth. ! ises'.' Daniel Uiehert, a widower, antl Mrs. Tin: I.VTKiiiou Joru.v.M.s will play the Mary Schnicdor, who enters the iniitri ...,..,.. t. .. , r f I k.n n.. f. 'VI1.Xlll'IC.I111-StIlallUlllllrtll ,Urtl Itowlaud Rise Hall Club this evening. at inonial estate tor tliu third time, were na i imb r l.aim. that i win .hi at a harj;ain i h.ive a tore riiin t rent lor k furniture and un lllH seems to be a iicrtaViue. iame culled united yesterday. the grounds of the former. hardware) tr tinner' Mtablnhmcnt I hieare uou . at it o'clock. of love at llrst sight, as w learn inaluin, write to t'r 4i, d.ir W htr lurthrr inlnrma case MKlCAl.f ' j to-da- y i"-tici.at- An Important turnpike letting in ml vortlscd in this issue. NEW I NEW I NEW I A CARD TO THE PEOPLU OF LINCOLN COUNTY. gtOietllCIilCsGr .& 25m'(MEB c,.:,, 1 Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s Bakery, Restaurant and California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everything1 in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Try their Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. We do our own work. Come and buy at first hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. SCHILLING & ZIMMER, Respectfully, Wholesale and Retail. Mountain ILands .... .... PLEASE OBSERVE M'ROBERTSSTAGG A FUK.IL ASMriLVMOIW -- 1 I s low-ertha- -t Tin: imblic school at Itowlaud has has been sick for a lieen given to Miss Uettie W. Touii-kinWetk. of llarrodshurg, who is also to emMils. A. A. Mt Kisnkv and Arch tuo ploy an assistant. The school will be jiting at Crab ( rchard. opened the tirst Monday in August. Mu. Win. Mimiiik, of London, has been I ii m: put on a conifoitable n . siting his cousin, M. 1). Klmore. to run between here and DanMits. J. W, (iKvrm, of Sedalia, Mo., is ville. Will leave here at t) o'clock each Msiting herhi.ster, Mis. T. W. Miller. morning, returning at 4 in tlieafternoon. 1. os has had itnotherattack Mu. J. ('. old enemy, but be is much better Fare one way 7 cents, or round-triof his L'2.'. A. T.'Nunnollcv. now. Mil. T. 1). SOMEWHAT PERSONAL ltNK 1 Is Miss Li xnTP.Si:vKitM it, of visiting the family of Mrs. Jou Sevcr- Miss anru. ieft Wednesday to spend the Mimmer in Missouri with biiisii Uu.i: relatives. Pit. Pin ton was piostnited by heat Wednesday and was unable totittoiul his niece's weddl ng. JcimjbS. M. IUminis, of Somerset was the examiners Wednesday with a iew to getting a pension. e jiieasures. -- Wlien Mrs. W. M. Dright (Lulii Mi Kinney) graduated at Daughters College in a class of 14, they agreed each to send a spoon as a present when any of their numU'r got married. Cue of the class spring-wagohas tiled and Mrs. Dright is the llfth to marry. The agreement has been strictly carried out and Mrs. D. lias a sulli-cienumber of skkuis to start housekeeping with. She tells us that the one who received 1.'Iskxjii.s lost her husband Tin: Council adopted our uggestion ji, j, nlicirt time, again continuing tlio be- toreitiiro Marshal G. . Carpenter to ii(.( ()f M,,K.n,titioHH norsons that it is an and he has donned a suit unlucky number. j wear uniform of blue, the lirst he ever wore, and looks Tlu. iovu allair which lias existed a levory inch an officer. Carp used to ,UII11R.r 0f voars between Mr. James T. wear the gmy with ciedit ami we io (j.,,,,,1 mjss Muiy Drown wasconsiiin- surenewin mu iio.nscie.iinoine niuo. ,imlC(i Wednesday oven ng at S o'clock, 1(1 the lllllllll of lll.l bride's mother, Mrs. Point.-M- r. W. D. Dve P. A. Drown, in tlie presence of a few writes unit tlie iiioii Miuiiny-N-iiois . 1.. .neiios ami reianves, u-- v. doing iim.lv and that it will give a s, nt p I j , liarhourville, Ky. that the contracting parties bad only 38 seen each other a few times. Itev. John Doll Gibson united in A No. x Co. mairi.ige Wednesday Mr. A. Kennedy Sale. Kikiu and Miss Kliza Catherine, daughter of James Anderson, of the Goshen on 'the farm contain. If neighborhood. The couple and their Surinzfield and I'errMlle Arc, ntuatedfrom the the niLi.t nine, I'"l'rner anil 8 mile from I.tliannii Surroundid friends then drove to Col ICIkill's ' the !. iwnnit ii.tf.KK.ira .r1ir.tl an.t . V.IIP. lib. ami .. groolll'H father, where Mrs. IClkill Spleild ailaiitedtu all thi.faoruc grain and cra"e Kriiwn Ha, In Kentucky .....,..... .n.t nn a nice sun . er. ...i.: i. wits much enjoyed, r .u....s im., cowl houo, Lam and other tor further particulars hiKh as Was also the several llOll'rS of social addreii late .if ciijtlvaiif.ii S I'OWKl.L, HunonvlJIe, Ky OK Fann For Washington WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWABE. Having secured the services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glas3C3 to suit the eye. h. To the Farmers of West Lincoln, Casey and Elsewhere. llavni); bten authonrrd by .Mr C C VnnAr-date- , proprlcttr of Himtimtillc Knllir Mill, a hi of uheat in I hit section of nKent for the cnuntry, I call xvith ...nfidriii.cun rn) old and tried (nend of the farming publir to tv me before their crop cNcnherc. llaviij: bten in r, I .unfamiliar with the trade .ibout lcn'.j I feci the buitif uariaiitl, therefore, in the t Hill l able to Ucililnte the dcclaralK'n thai tran.fcr of our rtp t the advantaee of .ill cmi J II CiRKKN cerned ji pur-hae IDITJa-a-IS- T &o JEWELEB. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &C. Ph)i iAts -1- 'CIII.IC SAM. or A prc.Ttpron .Tcuratcly c mpjtirTcd. Fine Farm ami Fine Tim' bered - L,aiidf). - THE LARCEST r, STOCK OF WATCHES, t t 4? settling time, is now at in an India silk overdress, gieen silk the Mivks Kmmv (.mi iii.kn S.rri.Kvninl MILLERSBURG hand and I ask those of my customers skiit and pink tiiininings, and a more liss (ieitie (irady are sponding the gala j indebted to mo to come forward and picture of w oinau's loveliness was neck witli friends in lUnville. MM ALE COLLEGE! I., ilii.ir int'imiits. iirimiiiily rm tlmi ilnv. novor disnl.tveil than she nieseuteilleau- Hani-si- e Mils, (iiuiitor. 1). Wr.MiiiN, with A number of accounts me due on that ingon the aim of the man of her ehoico, ain'. .lanle, went to Somerset dmeaiidit is veiy msi.snry that have taking the vow that would forewr bind A Modern PrOgrS3Sive School ! to iujt herdauuhter. Mrs. It. U. Hull. what is due me by July the .'id at the! their destinies. Possessed ot rare aeMas. ItKIIIUI Jom. of ""t. biuls, who te :i etngM h,wtib eoinplisliiiieiitsar.il an evenness of teiu-- l where wur ontsido. II. C. ltupley. ' has been visiting at Mr. John M. Iteid's, , .mcn.a,. '. 1. ;h .uhly m.tru.l- wonderful faollltV f lK.nilll,.ti wjt, left VHfelenlny for her daughter's in Mer-er- . Skkni panics are now at Hales Well ,,,,1112 hioiiils, .Ml, Marv is tlie peer!" ' and the proprietor, A. I.. SK)onamoio, llf ,mv irt,iy, and her popularity was LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. Mil vn Mm. Jnuv 1'uitii, Mis Mis tells us tliat many mio sigmnou ineir KEV C i'l)lT l'rident, ,.im.ed tosoino extent by the number Addrck telle lIoridHrwm "l,, nlo Dunn and Mi. rIRS C TKUr.HRAKT, " "Phiik some 01 tne iiwiieu (f iuimiWJU10 xwiX bl,0 received. Mr wore all at Mr. .. T. .McKoIktIs' this term with him. There is no liner mod-I.ady 1'r.ni.ipil Cmlf, ir, u luvulM of ,iu, lirlll of oWsu.v .Miller,.! urj, Ky ' week. ieHl watei in this auction and the bein i uio- -t txeel- t:ml, nml S. OwsLin , Jil, mid sUturs, MiH-J. Minl lU'cominoilntiuns aiv ovollent for ...... i,.im.NM , ,1,,, i,.ast,re ot MiUtiuttiiil Magtfitf, alleiideil the coin- - Uieh.w price. It Is a wonder that the Will keep constantly on hind a largo and soloct line of Furniture ;ol) friends. Matting ,l0(N,inf. at I'Miiville tins rn mi mint okoivim ' andJIUudertaker's Goods. My prices will be a3 low as such goods out iimler such Haltering auspices, we! wisd:. can bo bought in the cities. Give mo a trial and you will be conu "1 I t'e low puMu Tin. re l'l e W. 1.. 11..11..V slit.- - see nothing in their future but bappi"5t.inf'jrd. Miss I'vttibThiiHH k, daughter of Mr. ,h" t t h vinced that I sell lower thin tha lowest. ntiidnli of the lioiiso he ness.anil if good wishes of true friends will ontortaiu her friends ped from the . Trihblo, yliB. Hn'ir Wo will cut be as I).. Deld, Wednesday and evoning t bur homo in is building for next 30, i8SS,i " "") I"""""""" arm, breaking the large fell on Junction City. f liusli.iliil ami wifi. Allur llio imti iiionv llC Milk ntnut I r t'lr .onMriKii was a mi tlisill. K. I. NcHiojiu. agent forSwiHt Hume huiiii ut tlio wrtil. wine m iu' Ike n ad. known .is the an elegant repast was enioved mid not ... .... ....1 I ' Muni. Is hero to give you 611 woith of etitod and spraintsl. Drs. Keid lll.l i.... nntaB.M n ...n.i run VII nt nl If 11 o clock did the guests retire, hi WATHfcStJUKli & HIUHUVNU lUKIinuc, ..... ... ...... .... .ill ft and tllrow tt, siiiiii. t..i. itv...l lifin nt. .... ti lit .it tt u'ill In, until . . that article fur ...I, !!,; reluctant were tliey to leave the happy . it t . ,IU .,m. nr.uuv. nmitili 'I'l... I illl IISI jew'elry lsMles, bo says t. IIIIIIIV II Hill IIISIlll I.ic. t an wli.i scene. The IXTiution Jorus w.'s best juicer kpeiilu li iiaNPit't- f r aid work til ail Mu. .1. L. Dvw iv, u, who is voiy ill iiceident is espeoially uiifottuiiate at this W II Mi In in st.iuf.'n , wishes will alwas attend them. Mr. beM'cn.itihv tike the iMntr.ut. was a little better esterdiiy. The old I.nwt. W..1IU111 v. lu.ti i.f nil ntlicm iiirii!ii '7 f hu will ixplal th - mlB will have rooms at Mix. gentleman is sj y sirs of nge ami has teiHinust got in their wink, and he had '"" .,.1.1 ,!.. ,....,-.- . v ii... Iittie Holmes' and take their meals at ..11 tt-. a long time. n. boon gmwing ill lillll'il iwium tii McKinnev's. Mrs. W. Dn. W. J. 1'it.NM and wife left Titos-dn- y bid weather set ill. nsboto, wheie the doc- night forOw Kill the Dogs or Tax Them. 1'iiu Lincoln Coiintv Democratic Club' AllltlV - .. Ill ..M...4I.... liik semi-annu1 1 j of IlHinMlsburg, uttended the Presbytery and was the uuest of Mr. II. C. ltupley. down from Mas. It. P. Iwmis-camIlerhuslmnd 1. Il on a visit ost'slHy. has a goisl position there now . W. S. Vxsxiimmi.k, e SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1888, he Farm of iM Acre, t 'ud j mil'K from lln Station, on tmiMile and i" miles Ir ni Mori-laMlledtoil!c U ,,I,UI,,!' the ceremony. the neu llutnvillr and ultivation nd pike. re13 in- iilo.lulvlth.tow-liichcvc.vbodis the acrtii ina ir'i)d atatL 'f mainder in aluablf white oak anc other timber, II doesn't take prohibition to 'H'orc were no attendants and at tlie ltwl. Mich as hickory and poplar. C'lmfortable dwell- the it "dn" now. bind buvers are l"ost of the contracting p.u ties the core- inir, Hablc anil'ntver failing well.. near hole, door a he !! iiioiiy u.iu ui nmiri uiic. uir mine ' ....v. Farm illr he fold inKtl nt irflip omi! timtto suit .!.!... c4tui 1.1..:. ...n. !.. ,. !... iiiii and uilt atk.n ..111 ul... im tiling lllltn. Who is the daughter of the late Judge place 5ai.reoItimUrtd lindnear Hide's Well, In tint linkt tiliii'i. rif nil. vt muei irom idiiioru icimi inauc Knuwa on I'.llin Drown, and who is one of tlio most da . commence at ofal. ale tjII. A XSI'l-MV- lt,10 oVlo.kExU 17 To M v CYstomkks. The t of July, lovely and lovable of ladies, was attired 1 I'i.km ,.",,. V."1.,1,r V,f ,J '', deid, I will ell piihlii.lv 1 tarpent-"";,'lt,, on the prtrmis on CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. V.rt hrouht thrloet pjloMt ' pured to thixinarket. Wall he, Co im hnrintnt knii Jcuiliylte. t1" I'rKei lower than irranted Panning 1 1 i, fu-s- 1 SEW FURNITURE STORE ! v(ACK jfiCC'WiMtAlV, VXIDP 1 t tu.. 1 -- .-.- j t ill I 8 I Tui-r-da- 1 -, diu-h- 'nii-tni- j v I ? MBS yilxWfSiW') W' .Qf- - rv 1 lm-uU- s, i ,. - 1Jt- UotiOS to Gctr&OtorS. Tu-'sda- , '"" g';1', V L ' c- -t i. hi-l- eft 1 i"i- '' Saturday, June ii. .. I ' ! I 1 .. .., ' . 1 4 1 1111 I lm ii, - SOFFfMS, BASKETS, ROBES. tb'n-an- d 1 ' term-c- j fr ..-- 1 ! 1 I .- ,,..1 luck .....'I 1.1in-.- . ... .ui. 11.. in plenty of it. M 11s. J i:s vi 1: Auur.xiiT wits down from Crab Oichiml Wednesday to meet her husband, Di. W. 15. Armendt, who bad They been on a isit to Oweiwboio. will spend the suniinei at Cr.tb Uivbanl. Mil. axi Mas. W. H. M Mint, of Nashville, with their little ones, are on a visit to Hon. and Mrs. John .niiii Owsley. Their piesence completes the home circle and the reunion is a h.ppy one, especially to the latter. 11. . ,a 111. niglit by 1'P''' iHisIiii-- ... Tm-,......, ,. ...i... .!...: , II. Ill lllilll, l. II I'll II, IlllgvOI. Uiy e- -l I To the I ditor Interior Journ il ) I V Cleveland, Thurin.in ami reform. A committee consisting Ton Sm.i: on llr.XT. My house and of W. (i. Welch, O. P.. Cooper and K. lot. For further partieulais call on C. Walton, was on motion aipoiiitoI to Dunn. select a couple of delegates to the State LouisA 1111AX new stock of the tinest Can- meeting of democratic clubs at 'JStli and John II. .Miller, dies just received at A. A. Warren's ville 011 the chairman, George MoAlistor, J. K. "Model (iroeery." d 1). 1!. Carpenter and T. D. Dkvtii. (ieoigoSpoonamore, aged '21 a committee to secuio additional years, died Wednesday of typhoid fever. members and arrange for the purehase Mi! was a son of I'lijali Spoonamoie and of the uniform, which will consist merewas known as an exceptionally good ly of a white plug hat and a bandana. boo. An adjournment was then had till the Hluford McMul-le- night of tlie oOth, at which time the Axi) now comes Mr. .State meeting will to say that tlie lepoit that he insult- delegates to the and additional ot Hours bo elected. ed Mrs. Reynolds, caught her horse's will be a number of rousing bridle or nursed her is false 11s well as There got whisky from M- speeches then and we Iioih to see the the charge that liu crowded. aker's. where. Mis-Fniini- o who i.Milaiiiedthoobieotof the foiiiia- lion of tlio club and what was expected C. Walton wasohosoiiseoivtiuv it. and the list of names of members lead. me f,0 odd of them and more than half were present. Nominations tor piesldent of the club being called for 1!. C. Wm ron, i. 15. Cooper ami J. W. A cum were put in nomination, but tlio former were witluhaw 11 by lequest as their duties would jnevent them from as they should, and Mr. Alcorn was unanimously chosen, lie accepted LOCAL LORL the honor witn tlie understanding that a Klass'. Xr.oKw i:11 at meeting of tlie club should hold Democrats, never fail to raise another election if it saw proper, and Tin: 0. 0. for or- -' a presidential Hag. Sou invitation else- then made a very happy speech -J ' ' desire to call public attention to what has giown to he an intoleraoie mu- dogs. Kvory al-i"''o in Stanford-tl- io l'"ii is ovoirun by them. They hloop under the Hours of stables andoth-Ther- e all day to cmwl out at "iglit a yelping, siiai ling, howling pack of as nion-i- el curs as over infested a village of Digger Indians. One cannot windows this wonth-tw- o elose his bed-rooor, so that you are forced to lie awake tlie whole night on a literal bed of tine, with every nerve ipiiveiing under this infernal conceit, and all that your of STOCK FAIR ssi)t I IH, KlKKsiMI I i:, KA ''' t Will huld t'lt-i- a mini lair lit mile from Kirl.s.lle on i't t vr mil Js JULY Sl.ite I 27 AND 28, 18S8. 5P"1 il l.ihcrnl tireiniuni .ind niiule this one o( the t rem ir inan.iRcmeut have r thu t sm K K.ui tor-servi- js a .1 'Kiies.tnJ jriii.ul.irs addresi, J It WAl.KrK.Secrctar), K rl'V lie, K TATA'IiX. PAPER and FT3,3SnT'CTK,E. A COMPLETESlOCK AYSuN HAND. I. Poit-nia- n, New-lan- n re-po- it court-hous- e neighbor's cur may announce his to "iOO as a rule are other kennels. There are many not i' pie, delicjite ladies', tlie hick, other 'sons who 1110 possessed 01 nerves and v. in theiel'ore of brains, who cannot sleip with a dog balking Hercely in their ears. Is it not just a little hard that these a majoiity in every civilized community should be robbed nightly ALL THE LATEST SPRING STYLE HATS of their rest and placed at the mercy of ki these worthless pests? It might be borne with some degree of patience if those U. B. GEOUHEG'AN'S, dogs were of any eaithly use to any huiLCCISsOls !)- man being. P.ut dogs in town are as much misplaced as sidewalks out in the M'WIOHAEL, THE HATTER, GRAND JUBILEE celebrating tho Settlement of the Northwestern Territory, Holds. Their only ofliee is to breed Ileus, 511 4TH AVEXUB, suck eggs, make predatory exclusions sheep-foldand drive rest LOUIS VXJL.LS, KENTUCKY. into country and sleep fiom the town limits. s I am sure I speak for of A dlteitunt nf t3 pa. 'it ,ll!ll Illl .ill tin. hIwikj .iil when eiuiuiro respectfully order m nt r H iiy our citizens EXGURftflOSV; ALL if there is no remedy lor this'.' Might M'ltlsimni M.,iU..:..t r pros-iiiither ' once and continued Tax-paye- well-bein- g per-taiil- Cincinnati f julym ia. iii:i' people-- surely linnilLEmsiTliiiw UNSURPASSED DISPLAY. RATES FROM s three-forth- st-- I ' 1 POINTS. JiU L ': V,v 'I "' 'fVl" ' ''" f" ''r f A i..rn ww.ffWW.iW -- rttT;.s.il..,,l,.,w .yllHyiHllWH jn ii m - ir i. " hi I"' - - i J -- p. a.-- mna,., . ' y a. o. from a deak In a tannery In Galena and which "once belonged to that superb, tang silent soldier, Gen. Grant." oontlnuod applausti. "Yostenlay," said the spender, "tho Mlcb lean delegation presented you with a gavol which to pound tho Democracy to death. Wo now give you n gavel with which you can tan tholr hides." Continuous cheers and laughter greeted this sa.ly, und the chairman, iu n fnw wel I sxkui words, thanked tho delegations for their gifts. This don, ho laid aside the Michigan and liver gavels und proceeded to use that associated with memories of Grant. Congress II It man Bayne, of Pittsburg, submitted the rel$Uh port of tho committee ou rules. I tils el. Kiel Jersev Hull lll slu il nt nil Su The rules provide for tiie following order ( ser this season, at 33.0ASH, Vt timn of business; . First Hoort of the committer n creden- with pnllei;f reliiru if cowP. is not ith jlf II Itl'KNSIDK III tials. Second lleport of the committee on reso. mag-nlDco- deeply sensible THE REPOBLICANS PROGRE S OF THE NATIONAL VENTION AT CHICAGO. CON- of the dtstingulthed honor you hive upon me ns the preshilti ofllcer of your had con-feire- d won odmonUhod kn spared to bbe with themthe brief by to to-da- 'Hi mandr," presently varying conven- I'liocKitmM: or tup. must and ganizatiou. lam also mindful of thegraeresj)on- tdhilities of tho position, and if they are successfully me, it "ill lie duo to the your generous favor and the bestoiml of your loyal assistance. I have IIO words JOHN M TIIUUbTON. in which to fittingly express my heartfelt npprruiatfon of your confidjnee. I thank you, gentlemen, not for myself alone, but for that grand and growing west which never diapioints the expectations of the Republican party. contluii nice of temporary or tion shouting loudly for Fremont. When the veteran camo to tho frint most of the delegates got on their feet and the applause was general. The Pathfindor spoko in a clear, strong tone. Ho thanked thn convention for lbs reception. Pride and grutifl- - mKCOM) DAYS. Still Nnllilns Definite ft to Who Will ! thn Nnmliirrn Ilrlef Speech IVrmniipnl The Committee mi Orxaiilznlliiii 'riiut mitl Iurl About tile Windy City. drill 1'IHNT OAT'S m;..hx. CHICAGO, Juno ID. A utrong breeze, that made the big stripe of bunting In which tha ostei lor of tho auditorium wns avelojxxl, flap liko the rullj of a Wett India man in on October gale swept over Lake IMichlgnti InndtvunU, this inornliij. Very grateful it proved to the thousands of patriot, that from an early hour gatheri-s- l in front of tho roat building and gaged longingly upon the doors, through whoMS portals they hwl no ojmii sesame, liihido the building; nil was liuatloatid -mot-chaixt-ishin- g z0r Clinlritmii Kstcp IVr-mane- nt n. WSSmm KXTLKlOll OK UNKIMSHKD AUDITORIUM. were slow in asThe delegated them-wlvsembling, and the tume might be said of tha visitors. Between tho olic4 and the plethoru and other sergeant tof jubordlnato functiouarios as much rod tape was brought Into use as if the fortunato holders of tickets were about to enter into the o nsi-.tatitn kingdom of heaven. Onco within the building, however, indig nation was quickly changed into exclamations of delight. It was liko a transform lion from a barren plain into fairyland. $6"2L2 4d$m$h$ M'G&rif(' 6 r.mv ' &u..ZM) 7r: -- va-- '-- M3& i "' "When our emdidatos are chosen, wo will all join ith hcni t and soul in the grand choius of lejoielng, and the rainbow of our harmony shall give certain proinlte of the glory of a victorious morning in November. When the Democratic party at the close of the last presidential election robins lit of a victory bonestlr and fairly won, we patiently waitsl for the certain coming of the justice 7& of the yeirs. We hoped anil believed that wx. onKKNK rr.F.NKXTi.Nu (;. fiicmo.nt l!NS would right tho greut National wrong and his j y of 1SSM. RUht it not only for the Republi-party- , cation, he said, lilted his so but also for the grand and glorious that the jmlty with whichhisha bad eirly ituys bad prominently identities! in i candidates whose uamns wore the inspirarisen to the position it occupied today was tion of that w mderful campaign. The Infinite wisdom osu all wise Providence has tni'iHvaUable. Fnsl Douglass was then called for and re otherwise decreed. spouded in n Hbort sxvch, nfter which the "The Republican party points with pride cronil called for liigersol, but if prtcut he hiuiself. to tho great achievements of its past and refused to showcalks I Then they for Foraker, but the offers as an earnest of its future faithf ulnevs laugh was turned on tboso w ho expected a mi unbroken record of services performed speech, as he simply moved that the roll of for freedom, union and National prosperity the arty of protection. the committeemen lie read fora verification It is smile that by the secretary. Then, with pleasure at having platform epitomized stand for the indicated his seuvj of he "Its the audience, sat down and the protection of popuhir government on the outwitted wailed drearily through tho list of secretary American continent. Stands for the protecnames. tion of all governmental and International Iecullar There was a warm and protracted discusrights from restriction or invasion. Stands tho mlmi-sio- u of delegates from for tho protection of the life, liberty and sion over twenty Virginia, their twenty four protection of all tho Immunities and priv seats leing coule-tsl- . out ofGen. Mnhoiie, Conllejes of American citizenship. Stands for Senator the protection of tlio ballot Ihjx, from the gressmen Wise and Butterworth,discussion, Hoar and others took xrt In the suusti-tutis.icrinus of intimidation, robbery and Stands for tho protection of Amer- and the whcln matter was finally laid on the ican commerce, American manufacture and table.If At :.'!! the convention ndjouriiisl until 1J American ugriculture, from destructive o'clock WeiltieMlay. foreign competition. Stands for the protection of houv) invention, home skill and home SIXONU I) Y'S SK4tl)N. liilwr against the free trade lurosles which Chicago, June 'JO. The weather and thn would pauporlzj and degrade them nil. political pot were in accord this morning. Stands for the protection of the people Both were boiling. The grateful breeze that from the unjust an oppressive ex tction anil wafted Itself yesterday across the lake had combination of abrogate i capital an 1 corporate power. Stands for tho protection of struck a Knag on the Michigan shore and its I Kith capital and place was tilled with n stifling blast that for corpjraton from condsci-tionnd mob vlolsnce and above all, stands aught c in be told may hive stay ed away for tho protection of the sanctity and happi- from the Sahara dos-- rt Hot as it is, howness of tbo American home. ever, the political legions do not propose to lw scorched. "The reconstructed Democracy has now allow their enthusiasm to From 0 o'clock this morning tho intertoi been in power nearly four years. Its administration bus lieen most satisfactory to those of the principal hotels, to say nothing uf the who hold ofllce under it Its Justice to the agftfJj.Tr"ifj.' a i disabled soldior has won golden opinion Mif.rTTT-3 U .JfeJ from those who gave them their wound. beIts financial management has been safe cause of its (nihility to destroy the lesultlng prosjerity of Republican legislation. WM 1 to-.oiIh-c- u i i. 1 u labors. This was effective in securing tho withdrawal of the motion, but the chairman to say that nt the list two conventions they did not wait for the credentials beforo effecting a permanent organization. He also announce! that tlu former commit Uv could not report until 3 p. in. Mr. Anderson, of Iowa, moved that the convention ndj itiru until S p. m. Congressman Bayne, of Pennsylvania, insisted that the couventioii pnoetsl to tho permuiont or gamzatinn. He had tho cunvuntlou with liim, as vsas evinced fnmi the appbsiusn, and seeing this lie called for the rAiort. Mr. Anderson withdrew his motion and the motion to ivcolv the report of the committee on iermanent orgamtitlnn was uiiuii Imonsly adopteiL When Governor Foster, t nf Ohio, stpKd uinin the platform to the rep rt, he whs heartily cheerwL He named the follow luz ofllcers: Chainnan Hon. M. M. Ks'.w, of California. Secretaries Charles W. Cllsliee. of Michigan; Michael Gritlln, of Wivsjnsin; William Buell, of Teiiiiiissox, Mr. Lynch, of IVnnsyl-vanlpro-tena. It with a medley of patriotic air. Here at Inst twenty minutes Into Is Chairman Thurston. Tho gentle nan with htm, slim iu statue, intellectual in countenance, clean shaved chin and closely cropped mustache Is Ktoven Northriup, pastor of tho First Baptist church of Fiat Wayne, Intl., and well known as thn president of the board of m inagers of the Biptlst ministers National homo at Benton, .Mich. Meanwhile the hind which has been keep ing the convention in good humor with, "Tramp, the Boys are MaruhliK," "Rally 'Round the Flair," and similar exhilarating airs concludes its selev'tio.i wlt.l Mr. Thurston rises, surveys tho tliioug through his gold ritum .d glses, his gavel falls and at UMJ the co ivuiition is called to order. Ufl'li clergyman is tttrodiuvd and gives thanks to God for his mi'vles. for the divine protection, for all the n'h blessings that come to day from a glorious pist, for all the things that pertain to tho moral and spiritual welfaro f the country, for tho ieac and prosperity of the laud. Wlun tuu prayer concluded tho bind lit slow nnd soie.uu tones rendered a familiar hymn. Hiivinx announced tli.it n I ir,;e number of resolutions Hut ha I bniu s,itto the desk lw fore the reasse tailing, hid been referred to the appropriate committees, the chairman asked: "What Is the pleasure of the convention." Mr. Hamill, of Colorado, was quickly on his feet to move an adjournment until A o'clock, "ttnloM," ho added, "there is nome-thin- g wo have to do." There were shouts of "no" and the rjwrt of the ooiumittess on ermiiueut organization was loudly called for A motion that the committee reort nt onco was moved and seconded, but Mr. Harris, of Nor.h Carolina, contended that the committee could hardly rojnirt before the committee ou credentials had concluded iu 'jjfM GXr.DEHOy. vice e secretaries Tuomis J. Brogun, of Tennessee; James Bisby, of MmuesotM; Henry M. C'"p-- r, of Arkansas; William Nelson, of Now Jersey A. W Monroe, of Maryland; J. K. Wiley, of Teias; C M. Shlim, of West Virginia, and John K. Minor, Atis-tan- t 'wu'.a6Kti r2. of Louisiana. Heading clerks Hairy Ballard, of Ver mont; Col. Cliirkson like, of New Yoik; dipt David L tilling, of Ohio; Junes H , Stone, of Michigan, and George M. Ililuker-boffof Illinois. Ofllclal stenographer Gmtivus I V. CHAIUMAN JONES OPENING THK CONVENTION. 'With its my rlads of electric jeta in arcbea.iw stars and diamonds, in spheres, in almost every concoivuble design of art with its olios, bannered, bunting streamers of a thousand interior wan u symphony hues, the iiniiit-iiof color a magnificent spectacle- of the art decorative. The chairman's platform was simply a floral Imwer. Nothing could Iw seen of the .front of the dask upon which eight years ago descended the gavol that announced the nomination of James A. Garfield, and four years later the ucess of Jams 0 Hlalne. It was one lime hint of rosas Directly beneath the chair were pictures of Gens. Loau and Grant wreathed in lm ttiortelles, while from the Ort b ilco.iy, portraits of all the Republican president from down upon AVahington to Arthur lo'-cuthe delegates. d "When Robert Bruce, king of Germany, lay upon Ids dying he requested that his heart shoald Iw taken from his inanimate Ixxlp borne by knightly hands to the Savior's epu!chre. Alter bis death, James, earl of Douglass, undertook the sacred tnl.sion, and witli the heart eucastsl in a golden casket set out upon his pilgrimage to the Holy Land On their way thitner, nnnsolf anil comrades werosot upon by ugieat host of Moorish warriors. Though they fought with nil the valor of mortal men they were borne back ward by sheer forca of numbers, and seemed certain. "When Douglass, drawing from his bosom the priceless casket, cast it far out into tho midst of thd ou-- lining host and crielout: Lead ou, wv of Bruce, will follow thot.' aul the Kuiglits of Scot land, never defeated while following Ilruco, puiheil forvrinl uud won the day. Lot this convention find a Dougliss for our Bruce. He will take the uiul of our great leader into the guidon t of b.s love, and witu it lend ih o,i t j certain and splendid vic- ll Sergeant-a-t arms Charles Fitzlmous, of Chicago. Mr Kiteo's name wus recel7eil with a burst of applause from the California its. c hj-ir- was reoeivisl win greit an l when the name of Welter Flamgan. of Texis, was roa-hithe audi-sue- o gave a gruat shout, then went Into can vitLslons of laughter and dually concluded with a cheer No one had any opposition to off-- r to th report and when it hid beau ud ipted Governor Fostur, of Olio, (Jeorge II Sloine, of New York, and M. D.Foley, of Nevada, wore ip)Mluted a committee to cm Iti3t the perm silent chainnan to his so it A few words of think from Temjiorary vice vl Benjuufn Butter worth's nmn atiuvi; tho . Stanford female roll fur lueirbors of the National committee. Fourth Placing In nomlnatii u cindidate I'rnf I'ustnn having resigned, tl" Trustees I for president. Stanford Female College desire to cmp!o a Pri ing. cip.il fur the Institution Address at htanf ir t, Blxih Nomination for vice president. ) j m itr.ii). Seventh Balloting. Com lee M I WKARKN, U.Al.t'OKN, After presenting the report Mr. Payne rei J marked ttmt the most essential MilTerenc livtweeti the present rulw iuul tin),--! udnpted at previous can vent Ion was tho promised formation of nil executive committed uf nine to be lie elected by tbo National committee clothed with power to conduct tho affair of 35 Acrcw the wrty. n I M.uitun! tin Seal's Crre The adoption of the report was moved, Tun mill's Smith V, (. It.MO AilJrc.s me .it I artiste, Kv when Senator Hoar asked for the reading of thn rule relating to alternates. It was looked for but much to the amusement uf the convention the chair announced that the ruho were on the way to the printers. A rues H)e-SeS , and Njl seuger win sunt for the document, but meau-whll- Seinml iisin Id Maud W'Mll lay Mr. Hoar had related the rule frum l.ilciM.ii Jr is !) lclioii (Am 7 a li.t 'f memory and without any explanation moved Memlirino luef, that it tie recommitted to the committee ou the ilani uf ttinluiliby jnMrsiliriii" Pvjmastrr, 'Um III. suns fceil and t amendments. tilers uir ill ilainsnliS in tha t ) llt l.ftiisvnjr it half lumber lo I. lie, rc rd Mr. Butter woith moved to aiinnid the reals t vrar port, so as to provide th it tllteun minutes 2 S'iageftr llo,i..nlit and oM lit Kebtrl ll.in.ier a that only be allowed for nominating iqHvclirs, lirtl dam li llmloc li ulil Pilot, sire uf I'll a J' I'tlni Jr tirril ilanii ul Ja h allowing only ten minutes for seconding it ml olit .NhIouikI speeches. Mr. Bayne made an appoul to Mr. See i i . Maud S t uir, Chuf sueUj ill, ami ti ilr i I tliefjuiitt Mtmhintu Butterworth to withdraw his motion, i il'j. WiKKlfnid Mtitidtinii my,, llfish.ai 1 I, , MemhiiNo I hief iV, I'J) t placing a limit on the length of speeches, but li.l. s, Mtmlinnu I'lloi a;, S t Mr. Butterworth evoked u ripple of laughter Mcnilirimi Mar "lar aftby the remark, that he made it out of sym liui.unjr i a hJ blai V, A haiult riih a pnthy for the audience. cihs is.. niiil. He a l.nr lliai ie. mcliJs linnxlf esen if lie had lw xJirc Mr Bayne continued, and mi long IiI.mjU that he U s sii.miIU inase t that "timo" was culled cu him, mid the audi (Mieing llie neiflht i:ralilr. tlallH'nt inKentuik) euce Indulged in a good laugh at his exwue. sire. Hit he He could not understand, be said, what Sen$10 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, ator Hour wanted, ns the rule relating to If a)ineul it .lefeire I nil after ratiltie; lm.' alternates was practically the same as had ftwiitf'C aajeJ. Catling vtilh ur ni'it ntar prevailed in former years ill al.. slaml Iu) hneji. r.mlrrt mne ilue Senator Hoar thou replied iu explanation: "The rule provides fur but one alternate ACOCK, for each delegate. If that altermitw is no other alternate can Uko the place At J n tame i.nlitme at ahve oith il ad imi.I of the absut delegate. I want it amended If mt hlat ktxfuf. Meaning time He it 14 . lianJ. ith meal) j.inu an I general hih, o tiiat any one of the alternates from ,i ills ,1a... P(S H t deletrlct can serve in tho place of an I su anj a half unlet from n tl" lluslofit ill gate from that district" lluttfiniille anil I il.i( I iirnpiVe KoaJ I. in Mr. Butterworth' resolution to limit the (until) speeches was lost on a vivu voce vote, by a Hoar and large majority, mid then Congressman Beutelle, of Maine, became Involved iu n brief controversy, in relation to the senator's positio.i 'in the alternate quesIts ttsl sill it Ii4h 1. aiU in. an. vaiii ira- tion. .V the seat.ni at ilir .i uf tnvlira Mr Iloot, of.Arkausas, submittel another lain. I ati iss k . technical amendment to the rule, while the AT $25 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. luillenee showed signs of fuqmtieucu. Chauucey I. Fllley, o. Missouri, jolnml In Mime) due if mute is I a.i ),ur a the discussions. .Mr. Tnft, of South Caro In. tirtt .rsMHi, 4 .if hit'jnil villi ulttsid) nn tn it hat. l aui-i- i luieut. Una, made another teeli ihr) are line anil Isrte Mr Kutiert l.illi.-- r 111 rnlt etrr fiutmt mi h sa) 11 it th,. At 'i'.l'i the convention took a rece until ime and All I lit- - ftsirs betone lias ilaiv put had lit Ir all) S p. Ut ,trit In hit nnsdtiii mt lhal In. .t4ls wih.i I llie i.ollt lhal hate cume prme in Hie psamler IWIImonl, Iran iif Alt tiniler 1 Abdaliah ami llell hv Mamnriii I hi'l. thii i llie nit. f Nulti.n nil, WeilK vii.mI t 14, hLinj fitt: III1V Mue Ji' i an i'. n.. Hr in the j ( ut Kirn dam ti (.n"iarii 'it Intms1 (' ,'iu,a lie mil hiirutthhretl . Fifth-Ballot- lution. ThirdCalling College. FOB SAIiE. IIounc and Iuutl e t -J) llr "x-- i 111 V lib-eii- t, n: JR., i mat..-iqinrs- i ul-o- i BLTJEMOITT. 11 I ! .1.- 1 ili-i- 1 MiIIsohI h) lmHirtiM Mntvarch 1st dim Hh . Jam h) I . !i..o Iihj l.lalul lltait Haws Mr lni)n.ir tnnjled Itliiwtiutlt m.lllh lut nM.Hl. lie tats ,Iiii.. he isn tml ji ' He tmilrti Mr l.rivhers Ira s trail in ttln-Ihile lit if ttrs ' la in 1 , lis 'at .(ii.iiirr n Mr I iS .... iti.lt linn I her ll n a 1e s Iji.sl ra e al la tmsl .11 . .i.l.i.liTini II' viat in "I f mi lis 1M.I 1M N A 1 Vltkl- I an K H in l.i . 1 111 4 ji.t ci-H- tory." At XilS that grirlod veteran and first candidate of the iUpuolicuu pirty for president, Gen. John C. Fremont, was escorted to and the platform by a sergeant when he caught tho eyo of the 11 oor und galleries ho was honored with the fln.t burst of npplauso that had boon given so far during the morning. and tho bund galvanized into life by the frantic efforts whicu some of the assistant tverotaries had for some time been making to attract its attention struck up a tune, but a tigu from Chairman Jones at lWKl brought it to a full stop and the convention was called to oi dor. Then ltev. Frank W. Guiuiulus was introduced to lead tho convention in prayer. Ho thanked the Lord fur the intelligence and courage under which tho banners of tho Republican party bad gone forth to conquests and prayed that the convention might bo dominated by good purposes lor the glory of God and the good of the xiop!e were naked for the leaden of trie pirty and for thee occapyiu high plm-e- s in the Administration. Then tho call for tbo convention was road in a ringing tone by Secretary Ke&seuduu and tbo references to the btritf, to tho protection of American l.'ilwr, to the accumulation of fturphu, the demand for a free, honest ballot and a fair count, and the question of the ad illusion of the teiritories were all loudly cheered, t?eclally that i elating to tue tariff. Tho reading concluded, Chairman Jones rend an address. He spoko so low that from tbo start there were cries of '"louder" even from those in tho front bdtichei. He prophesied succefcs for tho Republican party, and said that thanks to President Cleveland and d$ southern allies, they bad thrown oft tbeb' disguise and declared themselves as the advocates of free trade. At this Juncture the Hon. John M. Thurs-- , ton, of Nebraska, who was Monday chosen by the National committee as teinKrary chairman, had moved up to tho right of Mr. Jones and the luttor lost no time in A delogato from bis successor. immediately arose and deJvantas manded a call of the roll, in order to nominate Hon. William Warner, of Missouri, but Mr. Thurston, without noticing the motion, began to deliver bis address, thus fttablUhing tho precedent that the choice of a National committee for temporary otllo-r-j need not have been ratified by tha convention. ' Mr. Thurston spoke as follows: "Uk.nti.khicn or tue Convention: I am nt-unIntro-duciug sentences of the chairman's but it swelled into u tm rent wtiitn be reached his references to Blalnu, "tho chevalier of American politics und the nightmare of the Democracy," caused the convention to iigafu und again. But even this was sp-ec- Fusueiit upplaii'O g meted the oMining nuthiug compared with the demonstration n ith vhich both k dleries and lloor recjlvetl the declaration that the pnrty cannot and must not commit tho political crimo of disobedience to his will. This evoked cheers which wore several times repeated and accompanied bv waving of flags and other tol.uns of cxhubirauee. Silence le&tored the rest of the roll of tern jiorary olliters was read, leading out with C. W. Fri.bly, of Michigan, Michael Rick-nrWisconsin, and W. M. Rowell, Teunes-tee- , This also faiksl to bo subas mitted to the convention for latilicatlon but no objection wus made to this course. "Mr. Chainnan," said Horr, but just at tbnt moment the chairman pushed an electric button, the band struck up a medley of National airs and Mr. Horr stepped back into his soat with n, deep sigh of disapproval. Tbo convention kept time with its feet to "Yankeo Dooillo," "Marching Through Georgia," finally bursting out into long, applimltsd In a kind of tevereut manner when the stiulii" of "America" broke Uon the air und grew vocal again when the National hymn gavo way to "Star Spangled Banner." When tho music bad coaed Mr. Horr wns ecoguizod. He wanted, hi behalf of the Michigan delegation, to present to the convention a gavel incite out of the woxl from theoaklUindcr which tlie Republican party was organized July 0, 1W1, In Jackson, Mich. In accepting the gavel Mr. Thurston raid he would ut onco proceed to pound the daylights out of tho Democratic party. The following resolution of sympathy with Uen. Sheridan was adopted by arising vote: "The delegates to the Republican National convention rcprosonting tho surviving comrades of the distinguished soldier and general of the army, Phil. II. Sheridan, ami resenting aho the living principles for which he so gallantly fought and triumphed during the great era of the war, send liliii their iiu:ere congratulations on the prospect of bis recovery, nnd hope tliat his llfo may iw preervod for many years." The call of the various committees having been concluded unanimous consent was given to Chairman Clrcei), of tho Nebraska delegation, to present Uen. John C. Fremont to the convention. Mr. Green, with the voice 3f a tragedian, referred to the first Republi-rat- i convention, those who participated in it who had poised uway, and to the fact that the great leader selected by that convention I Chairman Tnurstoii for the consideration extended to him, n wonl of Introduction lor and the )trmauent chairman his succev-or- , He sioku clearly mi I disstopped forwHid IV CONVKNTIOX THK tinctly and with considerable earnestness of oxturlors for blocks nrouno, have been one manner as follow; jolid und mans of people. I CO.NVUVTIOX "GENTI.rilCN OF- THK A thoiivtnd Rusk cohorts came down from thank you iu the iinme of the statist and terWisconsin lieforo the managers of tbo gov- ritories of the Pacific coast, as well as from ernor's boom were out of Ixsl. They took my own heart, for tho distinguished honor of tho beudquarters, the commit that you have seen fit to confer iqiou me. tee room nnd the adjacent cunidors and "I appreciate to the fullest i xtelil the proceeded to give themselves up to n general grave re.ionsibilities devolving iikii in. hurrah. and this lieing n Republican convent. oi, I The Alger adherents received an addition shall usk iu all things Its charitable judg this morning to the extent of several bun-die- d melit and its candidate' earnest supjurt. persons, and them were reinforcements "Geiitlomeu of the convention, following Until wjer net er varies V n rvi ! purily in the Sherman, Harrison and Allison caniM, so illustrious a gentleman as your tonqiorary , al were loud, long and hearty, and chairman, I shall not attempt to detain you ttrftisl'i an'l li I'-kintt icn c M it ei n iniii i" All of them m lie .uln thtn the rilinary their appearance was more th in weletimn to by any lengthened speech. I only 'viuit to f I w tei .hi't umiietit n viith me tun ii In S I mil) in the patriots that have been bearing the heat say to you thut wo live so far from thn cen- Height .iltini r p'i illlt Kuy l I' m I" ans urn t , and burn of tho past few days. -- bore, ter of tho republio, over on the Paeillc Wailtr'el ewnrk According to one impartial calculation that 1 can't even guess who your nominee is i'iO.000 strangers nro in the city, nnd fully Ijiughtcr. Of courso you all going to be. aliple VI.V1 .'t I") ' I uir three-te- ..I ul.l Cam 2(10,000 of those nro here to play the parts of I VA I 11. A ..io.rf,r Laughter. know, They enict their r les unateur itollticiuus. ,li "I say furthsr to you, my friends and enisih, Mi Kinney, Kj " ty shouting for a favorite son on an average gentlemen of the convention, that while I svery live minutes of the day. inn not able to say exactly whit your platIt is n welcome; relief to loivo tho torn I form will le, yet the opl of the temperature on the outside to diss under the have echoed its sentiment and tho rattle of la a Candidate for re 'I" fl'n e 'f t'11 t huge stone archway mid thread the laby- tho skiimish lino was heard only two weeks Slicrill, . ulijeitlotlieaiti.ini I it Ji-iav rinths of passages that lead into the auditor- ago from Oregon. Groat npplause.j God ium hall. Hero it is jut cold enough for willing, next NovcihIkt you will hear from comfoi A constant (low of frush uir pass- Cleveland's Apjiomattox all over thic great ing in its way f i om the basement overtoils lepubbc Applause. of ice, brings with it an invigorating iullti "My fr o wis and gentlemen of the coneuce. It is not quite a relrlgerator line it is vention, aguin thanking you for tho very as near to it as n structure ot us unui can high honor you hnro conferred IcKJIlMOrjJ icv. ujhiii me, possibly lie. nnd impressing you, I hope and pray, with Tho women are among the earl lint on tho the lielief that our duties are of the gleatest l'hoti;raphs mall ttyUs and siett. I'icturisi In scene, and verv soon tho staje boxjs ore anil moit solemn character, aim trusting India Ink, Crayon aud Witer C iIih.. Nw with them. tilled from the depths of my soul that every act in'.'ri nit an M it it v?ry low,inc. The floinliltc-oratiouof yesterday nro to may be done to promote the liest Interest of placed by two sim- our common country and to advance the ple bouquets of red gieat Republican puity, I will cull for the S. O. DAVIS, und white enrne-Halt- next order of business. (Applau-e.- ) which orua The first applause was brought on by Mr. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Iilullt the top of the Es tee's reference to Oregon, mid it was MT, VJOKNOX, K V. l UlinnL'Ap'. ., aluuL mingled vi ith shouts of hurrah. Threo cheers - r - .. - . ..an, while the uu of for Oregon wero called fiom the gallery, foliage and the big and heartily given. Only two minutes were Olfice net door to Whileheid's Dru? 'store.' iV'wIsVMVQt'' bunk of flowers that occupied with the speech, to tho obvious Special attention given to hseaset of children ciented so much ad- surprise of the' convention, which had ox miration yesterday jiectcd a speech upon the issues of tho hour. has given way to It was known moreover that a careful an eagle wreathed speech had been prejiared, and' it is now n in sinilax. A life dean los to many newspapers which had it ' size bust of Gen. i u typo. The reason for Mr. Ktteo's chingo LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Logan, with the of program cannot lie divined. At the conclusion of Mr. Kstee's little ENTitA.vcE. stars and stripes in tho back ground, looks down from tho odgo address, Mayor Roche, of Chicago, who was AND FINEST of the reporter's platform right into tha eyes the first delegate to gain recognition, THE LARGEST climbed upon the platform with a silver of Chauucey Depow. HOTEL IN THE CITY. At lliDO, only a small scattering of Ohio, gavel iu his hand and in an able speech, preNew York and Louisiana sented it in behalf of the city to the chair. Massachusetts, delegates wero in their seats. It was, he said, not silver alone, but of gold, basis of sound RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDAt 12 o'clock tho temporary chairman was emblematic of the not present and the crowd cried for "music.' National currency. The appreciation that ING TO rooms; Col. Georgo 11. Davis, who holds the fort in greeted the gift was expressed by prolonged tho chairman's luclosure, touches the electrla cheers, und they were renewed when Delebutton and the baud In the balcony responds gate Charles A. Work, of Itockford, III., TURKISH RUSSIAN OATHS IN IIOTKL. with a selection from the "Chimes of Nor- - took bis plauj and present) 1 a guvsl made ever-movin- g - m THAT FIGHT C. K. Simmons. Sl Louis, 1'rop'r M A. Simmons Liter Medicine, Ktt' 1 JN", In the U. 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