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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889040501 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 1889 $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. v.' y Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY. FRIDAY APRIL 5. 1889. X. 1 NO. 16 s ii WHAT HAVN'T IIiiw on THEY GOT!" i"iti(l - luin to town ,ind BOOM It Has Diu-- : If not, umi haw- liu-- in atn. IT BEATS THE WORLD! Tin- On Its Feet and Is Here To Stick ! fivnt li; iloiihk- loom U.juM januiU'd, packi'd and unild tli'nlc of or wi-- h lor and prici thi- - tr -i- m-'M. ! i'tl with thin.: on ' look hki If you will conic and sec we will not only make it pleasant for vou, but we will make it ALMOST Tlu wonder i A FREE v u-n- r DISTRIBUTION at 10-cc- nt ! INTERESTING As Beantil'iil C'hunhra Dre- - (iiiinlumi-thcan he m!1 -- o cheap 7Ac and Sc now. (Jinfltani" reduced to()ic. were lliic InM Our Tin lowly wide Hatttens that were Mich a haryain at 1.1c are now S to 10 cent- -. White Dress (5ood. that alwiu -- old with u lor 'Joe afe n t in over h ill' that figure now. Vou hacgot to look to realize how f PROFITABLE well. The season is fast approaching, and the wants of the people arc manv. ii I THE SPLENDID . x oxK-Fonrni Xow dUplaved on our counter-Himnurnow l'or our thne Mori, we eT om good-at hgure- - we could never touch when we nought tor one. Mu- x- for am bod at nil 1 BARGAINS To buy . wn-MoIimi. WHEN AND WHERE is the question uppermost in every one's mind. After vou have hid your tour of inspection of the various exhibits, if vou'will come to our store and look through our" LESS THAN YOU COULD BUY ELSEWHERE, Clothing at I afraid to touch ir for fear it Look at our Wool Suit- - for $.". Sununer Coat.-- from -- ."e up to i?l. $- - and S'k -- tore is Ciowded Wagon load- - of St m w Hat- - for with Hargain- -. The whole Men, Hoy- - and Children from "e up. Ladle- -' Tnminrl Hat- - no higher than frame- Xo matter what you want in a gener: -- tore, you will find it at thi' Old Pioneer Hargain Headquarter, of cu-tomcr- price- - that almo-- r make till suit- - for men from ."?) up to $1.". l'ant- - $1 per pair. Men'. Men'-Cassinie- re And learn our prices you will have no difllculty in saying that the LOUISVILLE STOEE Is headquarters pertaining; to Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, &c. Call early and secure bargains. M. SALINGER, Manager. . I'RBANSKY, Propr. 1 S. L. POWERS FARM AND TRADE ITEMS 8s CO., Stanford, AFFAIRS Kentucky. LANCASTER.GARRARDOUNTY CHURCH THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES LEE SrANroKD. K. HUFFMAN, Krntick aboe Depoi it uu. at the I'rehyterian church on Sabbath inoriiiug and evening; collcc- ' ttou in the mornin-- j fui iuMication and dinributien ol rhitirh htemtnre Lee- W II. Tmrlor bitisht of Cbnrli- -, , tore nt 3..t0 r x. on China, 10 lio-,-wfivlilnjr J(i5 pomi'In. nt l with many object" of airknlty from the i Celectlnl Kmpire. I'ruvor meetiiis; Tues.loluifron, of lloylt. boimbt in the days at .; praxor meeting W wines- Km! ii lurvf bunch of 2 iiiitl .''jmir-o- 'IiivmU 7 li iv x. ' I irtttlv nt ttcti Ilruthor Barnes w iiuls up one of his I Mill have a iunntity of uxtm curly delightful Florida letter with the re- Irmli potntoe for ewl. Will miu- - you ' mnik that he i a very man. P. T. A. M. l'ulimd. umiu on tin-in-. L llmther lliirne-- . doubtle-- - ha hi M s. Uii-t- ll lnii oliippvil Ills Mnl-hil- l. hands full, ami Ins head has always been Waturloo, to UU son, A. A. ltn full, but a mini-twho can't take time Kl!,ut DoeiiUn, III., to ttntul this &i-to- n to write I'ralsoThe Iord, without abbie- j viatiou, is ntoiilshingly ingenious in I) N. Tivwiti iwudit of Hoyti-counj dove-tailiuteinpnml and spiiitual af- jurtn-- s a hunch of fat rnttliMit 1 fonts fails. (ilnsgow Tune. lti'I eiM to Itoliinvin, of (iarninl, n j Tony Tilcher, of Melro.e, I'm., cnttlo nt S15. lmii' of improved with the belief that the ( attK' rcnuiln at tho niiiii lou ll- - only true lwptisin was immeipiou, and liOk'H mu a little liluli- - that exerybody and eveiything should U'-t- in are be ljaptiJU'd. He took all his chicken? .or minimi: from to ." conta; li,in at :i to' o; fjniii laii)ls 9 to 11 andpiu'-to- a lake and Isipti.eil them, land almost exery day he would baptist' Iioin iniiiiili'sinonj the fntmt'is himself. When the ulit'i-itwent to ai-- I List Mumlay tho fact was ilevulopod tluit ivst him for lunacy lie tifwl to battize n 't tiioro than M or 00 perwnt. of a full him, but the oltiier was nut pieparwl In Om en county j for the ordinance so lie took Tony to jail t iliu i o vujji will be tia rejMin. Nous. Inliii 11. Wilj.'ii,-'- , farm of 'M0 ncies Hawkinville, (in, i it Lexington sold at Jl'O and vs A young man of iptnrrelwl some day and his "Im'M girl" A jMiptuie of 'iV'lit ly lilh widow. ago mid remained "at outs" with eneh U'Hi ,i. r- - bitiiigli t $77 and another tract Wlaelu-t- ei , r, Or-iiu- m lllu-ttat.. n-iit- Wool wniitc!, HHOOt) tioiiiuli T NuiinullfV -(- ifn. U. M. Ctoy oolil six) lu!ifl of li'iiH.)raM HiiM nt 150 tf ' -- II. II. Cohvr, of Miu!iHii, loii:1it S jai k in Clark nt ?Sfly lo ;700. C. Wliilt Mtlil to n Itorkviitftl jxtity n luiii li of ytmrllnir lii'lferu nt f to. Hh Ainorirnii inml tnit hits lu'i'ii uimiiizimI with n itipltiil of 3fi.fa0 0. A mir of lmft linrs wiH bruise for mI- - " mul (I ywu- - old. J. Illicit, Kiwi-U,- j I 'eilfiomthe CliiMliin church heie. J Trade now i ibili in all Kinds of Oiluisnnrtli of .Middle bur.' at 54 "0, otn writes tliut tht'lieU HnpUM i him h there pr.xlnn', lieiep -- mhI will lx deiliated nil the 14th and mute- - ;1 oits .VK- - and er little tiH'le or auimatioH in the Nile of cattle and oui pHiple to le present Klder W. A. Uilnoti, ttgoiit for the hog- -. Widows' and Oiphans' Ilouif, of I.oui-ull- h', We ate gUul to note that (ieorge .oHitveiliHl in getting ?450 Hniilin, of oiireuituty, has received the C SURUEON DENTIST. OlBe south tide Main, two drur M. F. Ia Brinklcy Cand.date lor Clerk of the Court of Arpeal. ulje.tt') the action of thedemotratu parti Elec tion Augtitt, 1890 7. FARM FOR SALE! Ur. j,7l, Acrti. ulrH apoiiitiiieiit uiontl Ui mnii agent from ii Thi is the sime Manfonl. j that Mi Hardin had before ' .James Hamilton nnd James West IURKIsHA will on next Monday begin the hery' stable bueiues nt the old stand of Tarn. t Kiigleiiiau Mr Hngleiimu and family we undeistand. are siwn to move to, Km !i- - $2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORD- aa,ite uo hrd Mtuated on the Stanford and Crab pike, hrar Walnut H.it For uariiul ir It C ll W'AlhK.s, Crab UrtharvJ, Kj HARRY A. EVANS, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, SIAMORD, KV Engineering- ING TO ROOMS. and Surveying in all branches. - Bt sslN 8THs IN H'lTKL DENTIST. stanf rd K) Offiie n I THE MYERS HOUSE Proprietor i Sutler THE NAPIER HOUSE. i anta.ter Ueet 0(p ..t vourt hoe i)r LIBERTY, KY., v Ir luy .Mi. McMkhael. i luef engineer New-- i l, Valle New and Mlf.si-ipat the bincaster Hois regitetwl tel, prospertiug a mute from the city of Niishille to this point Oiiihs more we are hopeful yu hopetul -- The prospect for a tine crop of wheat the country. poit F. W. WARRINNErVPROP'R. Ihaie cial atteii in E. H. BURNSIDE, ,'o Hutrl And "W. B. AKMB1TDT, T'lMT- leiedtheaioc pi Kail-ro.u- it. priritor h (II be t 1 Kemu k) h in i. rfrt mi leJ tinttncd I lhi reput-- l on it nrt.litt)le in lui tj commercial Hotel and intend men iery pirtkular. lt Spe- 33-j- DENTJIST, CRAIl ORCHARD, All isork and i He ha. i rut-i- 1 m i ipimtmTt - KESIICK WOOD WALLA6E, I 513 Fo or -t i! be-'co- 1 , CiiH-inmit- i, 1 u-nt- s ! in-te- Terra Cotta did. Mrs. Charles Thomas, of Scott louii-t- , has lost 05 lanibntind thiee ewesthis lring troin the ellects of frozen tobacto, which the liiotheis of the lambs ate. About three ncres of tobacco that had i'h'imi caught by the frost was not cut, and the sheep were turned into the Held, with the above disastrous lesult. W. W. McKlroy mivb he bought ;i jack anil n jennet four yeais ago forfiOO and since tlten his jack has made him $1,200, beside the breeding of his own He has sold from his jennet stock worth of colts anil h now has 12 of the laigest and best jennets of any one man in tho State, and has sold Increase from them enough to pay for them all. $1,-C0- other until the young mm ioloiited,iuid 10.50. suiiie plan to "make up " J. W. CiiieHt will place Ids Derby Iwgan to He finally decided to try the ejlects of a i )lt Ileum in Lee I'aul'M hamU foi train-in,- :. Ho developed Terra Cotta and he Hug of truce, and cutting a delicate piece mini-atui- e has stated that lie think Heron good of white tibbon into the shape of a llni!, he sealed it Inlo sweetly enough to repent for his owner what envelope and foiw aided it to his OS 101 aerud? deie pel-fum- etlect, fair enemy. It hud the tle-iiand she at once gave him pel mission to cross tlie line and be happy again. ed person who was recently called into couit for the purpose of proving the cor-- i lectness of a surgeon's bill, was asked whothei the doctor did not make sever-at isits nfter the patient was out of danger. "Xo," tepllod the witness, "I coiisideied the patient in danger as lung us the doctor continued his isits " A 1 0 ller's Lebanon .Standard. A Uiuoiit's Huoimikii. I lead .Mr. Mileminiscencein your last issue with inteiest, hud it not been nrirred bv the fact that the most beautiful in this life si early und inpiilly fade, and the wag goes so soon into his dotauk. Hespt , How can Parents their children locoujjh anil drain ami cough und (.ilmly iy "Clli, it it oiil) a Hull) colJ,'' und keep jtlvlns them clu'.ip and daierou medtcinet until Ihey urulawn with the lunif feer sir when the) can be oeiily retli'tej by HeKU' Cherry Couih Synip I It hit no superior and few eqiiiN. A, H. IVnii), dru(it. A1' 3 young colored man was killed by What On Earth a hail storm In Hanover county, N. C, ti tlio reason people will not, can not day. tho other any difference cheap J. BiuiniT. or do nil te nostrums put up by Cheap n John houe nr irreponiilli partiet at vnormout profit, rather than take .1 medicine of world wide reputation and one that liihilu unirrs,il No medicine in the tati.fiiction at eipial price world It giving ucli tinpiralleled .iuf ictiun lor Hcztft' Ktood Purifier and HlDodMaker and every bottle that duet not do Itt work will cott )ou A. R. Penny, druii;Ut noihiliii was never butter thnn this season, in Alvu 11. fact the fui mors should feel gieatly eu-- 1 louragwl for of late the huve been AFirst-Clas- s Livery With e bles-e- d with favorable weathei to omm h! i c the dini js if lit Im !W t I urmnti & funi l the soil foi planting. Two or tlnee irunitfni ur r n other- lr'-ierC tni urt.i nlri'iul planted toui parties hnve and H rne in Manufacturer of Fitir Si ldl-Thursila morning, just a Mr Jato ihs l)le er)Irottinirand Hnlll knowntns.iatl trade Race cob Ilobinson, son of Mr. .iiu lobinon, Hiiummei t..l and No si Hat Mam Mre. t, LKXINurOV, Ki of this count, was ueniiug the College ' building at the loiuei of II A. II Maiksbuiy's and D. M. Lnekes. on SarNnparilln, and ! mir uu g t it. Rails, Shingles and Sloes For Sale. IiIcmmI imu i v.m want tlio Danville etieet, his hoi.se became fiight-eue- d I With it forty ,i.i s Poplar 1 houtand Flat R ul acd 10,00 nt something ami reared and thiew i.T of n niixnuipieu sU- Mr It out diagging liiin Mime distance. ' I haie hand Men , tvnei Mie' t'ss in tin cure of, Children onMioev made h Alter, Kurwoid & and Co as fui as the College gate and (blowing lUooil Hi'OTses, yiiti and Vlundelle, wlmh I Will ell nt the cr lowett no miscan make hale bought them and the) muM be pni.e him oei it. It is impossible foi us to TI wiiowant mid M nock - loinplete and th take lu prelurring me ill lui-lie- " loam at tins wilting nhethei the young largaln can get them b (ailing. Ayer's W C llAll.hV, lurner-ull- e man was hint seveiely oi not. From all indications nt thi time the entertainment tonight, Tliuieday, at the' to any other. Tho o( moil- Upem House by the pupils and teachers ,':f.V'-j- l orn blood uiuilii inos, College promise to be n decided of the I he HOUSF AND LOT on Oannlle pike now Ayer's Sarsnparilla success. Hoth teacheis and pupils have Huinlle) Will Mr J. t S&gP ci--r sfiiv is still tho most jow occupied Ii)mairesiif s lind a a wnole, or rent the , tepirate houtv and been woiking faithfully to make it high-1) 10. jt Apply .it this office g being prayer-meetinly ontoi tabling. cr ilomaiiil than all " othots uoiubiiietl. nt the Cluistian chiinh, the Sarsaparilla U ullljiii (asi "A'-r- s meinbers of the i lunch w ill endeavor to to than ovi-- before. I iietur get through tin exeicises nt the mooting ri'ooininoiiil it." fiooro W. Whitman, ma-n- y I keep on hand a No qualilx of Jelltco( l.il) as soon as possible, in ordei that as DniKsist, Albany, In J. and N'ut Coil in nt) ard Leue jour order at am safo In ajlns that my saloi oi entertain"I as want to can attend the lll beuttend ardorb h Mjer' more aud the Ayor's Sarsaparilla far cxeol tboso oi J U IIIGUINS, ed to promptly. ment. thoroimh satisfao-tlon- ." any other, ami it ul Starford, K) 6j L. II Hush, Dos Moines, Iowa. Mr. C. S. Neild, the husband of Mis. ami "Ayer's Sarsanarllla meilii-lni'-Ayer's PUN Lulu Xield, the groat temperance loctur-- i in my aro tlio host sellliiK er, was in this city the lirst of the week storo. I can reconiiiionil them eonsclon-tlously- ." l'barmauist, C. Ulekhaus, on business. C. II. Herryinan, of Ver- Thii notice forewarn hunter. fUhermeu and itosolantl, III. other not to trepu on our land without full-csailles, was in our midst tho lirst of the j t will be pnecuted to the a all "We have sobl Ayer's Sarsaparilla week. Dr. It. C. Morgan, of Lebanon, is. bore for over thirty years anil always extent of the law bigned to namu tho OKI) D. HOPPER. in Lancaster now gieeting hi many recommend, it when" uskeil T. McLean, T I HILL, W. b..st 1IAUUII.MA.N, JM McROHLHlSJR. M. KS IlKIJCk I friends. Mrs. II. M. Ballou has returnOhio. ljrin M.lllsllV DniKS1!tti Aususta, S II SHAN'KS, bll UAUGHMAN. ed from a visit to iter patents in Lincoln I have sold your tneillclnes for tho A M FKI.AND BAL'C.HMAN, MRS HENR anil HOLMLS, JOHN county. Mrs. lieorge Hardin will take last soienteon jears, tlmy always keep E. r PENCE, aro staples. as thorn in htoik, in Cincinnati ami Louisville in purchasIs nothing so rooiI for tho youth'Tliore D V. HOI.MKS ful blood' as Ayer's Sarsaparilla." ing millinery goods. Mrs. Dr. Dooies It. L. Parker, Tox Lake, Wis. and daughter, of Cmb Oi chard, wore ivery, gecd and Sale Stable, "Acer's Sarsaparilla rIvos the best ' here visiting relatives Wednesday. of any medicine I have in satisfaction stock. I recommend It, or, as, tho Doctors sav, ' I prescribe it over tho Miss Clara Totti'ii ht'curt'il a orilift counter. ' It never fails to meet the of S15,(XX) aK'.iinst C. II. Iti'itI, proprietor cases for which I recommend it, even where tho doctors' prescriptions have of tlu IIolI'niMii Ilmisi', Now York, for been of no viill." 0. 1 Calhoun, lircni'li of prouiisn and nt'iiuction. Monmouth, Kansas. ' pre-pin' t Pool ami Ililliard Parlors tatiifji-llo- iu.irinlccd jr -- Stable iured THOMPSON II. WILSON, Men's Outfitter irtli Aienue, BOYD. Louisville, A.1h - - Kentucky. ! s ' Ask For Aysr's ii.-i- SAW MILL FOR SALE i.11 ml nnd tftovU 1 ind ln m M'M , . iL&ul A I denre to le.u e Kentucky I will etl it great airtncc a jjw null complete with 30 hore bvilers o hore engine, a iw work. ox Idj lyag-J I'liorae wijom t hurkhoard, t ipnity jnd lurm'si j jok of cattle, 3 mult., t nog-)i- i rut mill complete and mj farm of 560 ncr bore, of h land ell timbered ill ell pri".itlr MART SMITH. S ' Majwood, Ky n 11 -- I 1 0. H. M'EOJJERTS, STANFORD, KY Ollicc M. D., Sarsaparilla foro-rimn- FOB, BENT. 'JU,.' To-nig- fyfi ' Attention, Coal Burners. 1 011 Lanuiter Stret, ojiptxite Coun-HaiHat !ng removed to thit place from Liberty, to (ir.ictkc til profeion, call, the nttetitien ot the nuh lie to the fact that he wU be read) at all hourt day or ntv;ht to ansuer call In town or country. Thirty year of III lite were pent In Stanford and he deem, it umiLientar) totpeak ot hi ability at aphjtlclan and .urceon Atharenfthe patron, age of thepeopleof Stanford and lie nity laked bj him 0j.tf ue R. B. GEOGHEGAN, SUCCESSOR TO s M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER ' s POSTED. m-- GU4TH AVENUE. LOUISVILLE," KENTUCKY. & blooil-purifl- The Nobbiest -- Stock Most Stylish of-- Jul Ler broughtto including the city of Louiville, world-rruown- cd now open the j KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON ' Cough! and Cough 11 and Cough! I ! What in the world it the reaton )ouwvill cough and keep coughing and still keep trying inferior j uediclnei when llcggs' Cherry Cough Sjttip will potitivcly relieve our cough at once I lhit It no advertising nclieme, but an actual fact and wo! guarantee It A R. Penny, druggist Ayer's Sarsaparilla, rtiErAiiF.P Dr. own importation of and Cup. An elegant line ol Cane Celebrated Umbrella alway on Andn'omy & CO'S. HATS Knt;hh Hat and Lyon' hand Fine ir W. H. JACKSON & CO., PBO'RS. J. Prica ?! , C. Ayer ii. Co., Lowell, Mass. til bottlet, $ J. Worth f J bottle. KY alwa 1 lor hire Good turnout and addle hor London I the mo.t conyen. on rea.onable term in lent ooini on the railroadofto reach places 10 the -the Mate tion in the mountain IOVDOV. SEAL tied. SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, a NOIJHY Glove and other Fur, a ipecialty Orders out tldeof city tolicited, perfect kittiifactior guaran- Don't tail toorder HAT il ty "'tki .1 .tjutiiAt-jissiit- ii v s A number of changes and transfers the girl,' -- It is impossible to wcure the con White Caps in the North. Those will occur among the night operators at Shea, nt Lexington, is creating Semi-WeekIntiriorJournal great excitement. Tom O'llrien, who tion of on trial at Leauenwortli, Ind., the end of the week. recently Jack Owens, the young man who r......w. nni 1ntn mm ImVrt nil been tdeared. i i u.10 republican lost a leg a short time since while brak di -- mm ... .. Vwui '. 13.Qn '" III Jllll l" tWUllfc Stanford Kv. ticket as usual and adopted an amend ing on the ro.nl, has been brought homo Lizzie Adams, a prostitute, has been arment to her constitution increasing the to Brodhead. rested on the strength of a pair of lead governor's pay from $1,000 to 4,000. W. P. Baker, formerly postmaster at WALTON. V en knucks found in her possession with The Deiuociatic County Committee, London, has steured his old qiiaiteis, blood on them. That O'Brjen is guilty of Bourbon has already set the time for having been appointed undei the new of the cowardly murder grows in popuSUPPLEMENT lar belief. It lias been ascertained Hint a primary election to nominate candi- administration Wednesday. dates for county otllces to be elected P. Barrett and family have moved ho was secretly married to the girl, and Mrs. Arch Mc to Indian Tenitnry. next vear. "Gek. UqYxtojc, the Commercial not lonir The Cincinnati Knquiier fooled all Washington correspondent, has Dr. F. 0. Young swears that for medicine to the old soaks on the 1st by advertising Ouire died last week of since he came to him been delving in the musty records of Hit produce an abortion. A Five additions to the church at beer at 2 cents n glass at a certain saloon. the Senate refused s war department since last week during Rev. L. P. foetus was lound on pot mortem exam- The street eouldjiardly hold the crowd to confirm Halstead as MlnUter to services. (!. W. Baker is in Louisnotes from O'Hry-aination ami numerous that jammed thither. and finds that numb the Kanville this week. James Huniley will go were found in hertrunk. Itisthought Tho First National Bank of Moberly, into tho tobacco business at Brodhead. against the con sas erotic, wlio voted that the girl wanted him in view of her A post and telegraph olliie will shortfirmation. was not only charged but approaching maternity, to recognize her Mo., makes tho 4,000,h national bank roborganized since the introdiution of the ly be opened at the convicted of conspiring to rob and qmiriy near Wildie. as his wife and when she persisted he national hanking system. Of these, :,-- . bing one Crenshaw, whom ho had ar- murdered her. A shawl was tied around j A numbei nf substantial buildings have rested while he was provost marshal in her mouth to prevent her screams being UHl are now in operation. been erected by the pmpiietor, John M. The StatevBoard of Equalization Mueller, boarding houses ami otIlcesf Kansas, on some trumped up charge. heard, aitd her skull was mashed almost Its labors and announces that A contract has just bevii eloed witn a While in prison nn agent of Plumb to a pulp. the total value of taxable property in Wahincton City linn for furnishing made him sign a bill of sale for 100 cat:i.Jhogs sum named in the bill of from. the State is $301,240,228, an increase building tone, which to get out will retle and St Ni.KV has nt last been heard sale was $050, ami he was to et rloObnt Ho started from Ynnibuya Juno 23, 1887, over last year of nearly ?,000,000. quite the work of 100 hands for six to The oyster dredging season closed mouths. neer sot a cent. He was also madeand an I after untold hardships reached Alhign another ljillof sale for ,20 mu'cs bert Xyanza Amr. 2S, 1SS8.' Beginning Tuesday. The time for tho tongniug The I. J. Man at Williamsburg. 11 heail 6f horses for the sum of SI, 200, the march wltlioS'loflieers and men he and scraping will expire on April loth. a nt or ended with 172, death desertions ami About ,000,0000 bushels of oysters have The combination of mishaps which for which he never received the promise of any. Ill y then nale sicknes and battle with the natives been received at Baltimore during the the editor has fallen heir to has kept me from vMting this place as frequenthim sinn a bill of sale for oS mules and having reduced his army to that extent. season. Dakota and Minnesota were visited ly of late as I would have deired, and made him write an order to Hiker in The relief of Kmin Pusha was successfulTuesday by a blizzard, accompanied by it was quite a treat when I was t"M Clinton county, Mo., who had the mules ly accomplished, after one of the most re-- , low temperature and turritlo prajrte tire. Tuesday moiiiing by the unfortunate in possession for the o, all of which markablo expeditions of modern times. resulting in great damage to property gentleman above referred to, that were taken and for none of which he The men lived principally on fruits and and his snails durini; the 14 months mid for days There was hut little loss of life so far as might spend a couple of days with the ........ HU..,i-un PHiit. Plumb people in thN part of the 'U nt n ilm iltil not imt. 0iii ttt.ru tried bv court marshal. ivn tli.it ini'inm nf reported. Hill Park, in Baltimore, teem to Williamsburg for moie Mate. I cuiiie Druid reasons than with being relieved of his post, sustaining life. For 1(50 days the party got on" to be the Mecca for suicides. Profesor while his dupes got 10 years in the pen- passe I through a continuous wilderness, Devon, who killed himself there the one. I knew that Common Pleas Court n and I would Very prolm-blitentiary. A splendid specimen for a but finalh reached the land of promise other day, is the 22d person who has was in striken crowd to "work on," and Plumb, but we supple that and plenty, where for Yi days the men Senator is killed himself there, since the park vn I iiNo knew, or rather remembered the even. with his record he is as good a? reveled on fowls, goats, bananas, corn, opened to the public. kind treatment nod lilx'nil pitronage sweet potatoes, yams, beans, &c. The the aveWe of his constituency. I'd Conger sneaked up behind his which I met with when flrnt I presentletter is in Stanley's own hand and is wife as.slie sat playing the piano in I.on-is- a ed my cause which was lenlly th I The question of UHng a constitution- thrilliugly realistic. IN in Cincinagain Newton's house of al convention is to be voted upon .lorn v i b he irtnt4iiwif Ken. for the Tun editor of the Richmond Climax nati and drove n knife into her heart. lucky. I like Williaiii-bur- g nt the August election. It carried at under the methods virtually admits the Register's charge He had forced her to a life of shttiur and kindness with which I was received und the last election by the Oilntt bill, ami if a favor- that he took a o column ad. one week for then got jealous nf her. it is fot that reason m well as prhflps A The "bum" element of Cotton wood few others that I try to reeiproeata by able vote'is given in August the next so and sends his paper 0 months for 23 Legislature is required to pass a law cents, and then in another part of his Palls, Kansas, placed a woman ticket in puttinl; into the hand of her people the tlrk...lilh. lltt.Mf llt.l . It. UM4 ilikt iiv tailing for a convention, the delegates to paper gets oiF some alleged wit about the field as a joke oiUhe, fair s.x, but... . . - .... . .... . .. . ' w.. which' will be choen at the August elec- keeping coal in his safe in winter and "better element" turneut.ejsim oi &c. Sea Graves, Mr- Minnie Mnrvmi wWijh l)iM a m 1m. tion next year. These must meet with- beer in summer. If he keeps on at that joke by electing in three months after their appointment rate it wont be long before he. will have Mayor, and a female Board o Aldermen. t(.t)1(.,m.I)t of ,t0J1 r UH)1 nh lhlUnU -- D. R. Anthony, a brother of thej nllll lk)okHlllimwl inillnl(.j0 u, . 011 nnd perform the work for which they neither coal nor beer to put in that safe ;:: :., bp.isd rani's, swss: was defeated they and the sheriff will be its custodian. But great and only , ,. no. Uk were selected. The instrument uranH r ... ....1. I. . l.i ii.iikii. propose, will then be submitted to Uie it is none of our business, further than with a iipul.itiiii ni.'h on to vote and if adopte.l we shall wo dislike to see a good man go down to erJtbv over 8,000. Mis.m workd all From one window in mr hotel I run see! popular Fresh Brown Leghorn Eggs for Setting. taiK t lik..ti ... orou.er. 1... uyior ner l. 1. early death needlessly. f01lr lllUUome churches with steepl.s have a new constitution. wouldn't INten to her and voted almost t tow,irlJk. ns hii;h , t,l(j dp course everyliody knew that the The Senate adjourned sine die Tues- solidly agaui.t him. Jehain of mountain, which makes a ,, backg'ound story sent out from Washington that day afternoon. It is rumored that the J lie lcliuest.w .iM..m.,iy nisiit-Main and Somerset Streets. wiir, P. Gen. Bradley and his friends went into president intends to send Halstead to through both Houes the Dortch Hlec bevond; fro'ii another window I look ecstacies over his appointment to the Germanv during recess and let the Sen- - tion Bill, which provides for the Austru- - upon the itaptist CMeg, an imposing Corean Mission and celebrated the event ate try its hand with him again next Han system of balloting, ami the Myeis three-storstructure, in which 130 stn-and sundry potations at Decemlier. His rejection seems to have Registration Bill. The education quali- dents are jMiring over their books, ami in nuni-rothe RiiriM House bar, was a lie manufac- made quite an important personage out fication required by the former measure still from another window (for this romn tured out of whole cloth. The genera! of Halstead. He is now spoken of as will disfranchise a large number of igno- is most excellently ventilated) I see the ZLVi w JlUXO has taken but one drink sincearriving in governor of Ohio, U. S. Senator and ev- rant voters in the state. nnd the gently (lowstately Dealer In Washington and that bing so unlike erything else in sight. The assessors' returns from all 0e ing Cumberland, which nearly encin les what lie is used to in Kentucky, it counties in Kentueky show a total of the town, with jo-- t a quarter of a mile BfKciiETT, the new V. S. Marshal for d in 2s2,!Wl,421 pounds of tobacco made him sick and lie did not dare to Kentucky, is n shoemaker by trade. He 1SSS, asronipired with I17,2s2,s7i lbs. lurtlier uie jwiiiueKy Jammer l,o. s try a second. mamuioth saw an I planing mill, whhh will therefore likely make a botch of the STANFORD, KY. required office as shoemakers who fail to stick to for ls7, or an increase for IssS over ranks with the large,; in the country In addition to the standard In other There are besides these named many 1M7 of 103,048,345 jwninds. in the present school cousse, the Super- the last rarely make a success in jother words the crop of ls.s3 is nearly two and othr important features which make intendent of Public Instruction an- hvocations. times larger than that of 1S.s7. Williamsburg a deci ledly pleasant place, nounces that the State board of educaCeiling: Everything seems to be going our both from a soci il an business standThe suggestion of Bradley for the Berall applicants to tion has ordered that way jut now. The result of the Rhode point, but I will not mention them for teach shall be examined on the elements lin mission, begins to look a little like Island election is not known, fear that thoe who know nothing of the Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers Stock is of civil government as contained in the the fair thing, but he will hardly get of f.0 towns, not including place might think I deal in flattery. out Constftution of the U. S., and of the there. The cabinet aspirant is likely to butilO full and complete. We call special attention to oar Providence, show a plurality for Davis There are la wren here from almost State of Kentucky, on the 3th of July get further snubbed if he keeps on at it. democrat, for governor, over his highest every section an they all mhjiii to b donext, whether they hold certificates or NEWS CONDENSED. opponent The Legislature will be re- ing well. bad the h mor i? to sit with benot. Teachers had therefore, better though the majority will be I) members of th bar at one al and to The best Casket of the kind ever invented. Immigrants to the number of J.S70 publican, gin posting themselves. reduced. I thought it a true max room with :. If arrived at Castle Garden Tuesday. Jack, the Ripper. .luck, the Kisser. i in that evil co iiui'inication corrupt Embalming under the most approved method when desired. Tills appointment" of Drury K. There is a straight tip out that J. A. day and county, to be U.S., Kasson, of Iowa, is to gt the IWlin ami other jacks have ad their J. C. McClary, Salesmen and Embalmer. good morals, I should certainly b uneanow comes Jim, the Hugger. He is pur sy about my own, for wherever the Marshal of Kentucky, will carry some mission. suing his bent in LouiMr'lle and his plan name "lawyer"' is known, it is also Hog." joy to th heart of the "Little Bed Mr. Cleveland lauded a.lU pound 4ionnl unprotected js t0 UH)W Mli lull t ran for Congress in the Mr. Bur tarpon aner iu minutes piay ut .lupimr j Ir hl linfreiuntl streets and hug known that there are two accomplish-ment- s ibstVct last fall and got defeatel. Mr.; by them, with, which pose-(- tl . " n. " " them till Bur- ,.,-,,w . ... ... lsn ran and was can double discount any set of inuu- - they l " '" ,""" Irving to insert his Iwn.l into tlieir ' ' Congress- IDZEUO-GKES&c dividuals on earth. ,n the (h elwt Io, Wtw jtllttrtIllUnir chett uets a fat or nlnm tlnn a an.l the Lilt e SQ0 The CongregationaHsts here have man's ofilce ashisreward vott( gninted n pardon won)Bn has land nnd aie prepaiing to build a Red Hog" hoi.es soon to squeal with deIIrtytK.tl i:..pul,H Tho over u. fieorge Da1s nnd Kdwanl Korton. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, light over sometning mi ."' "ix lBrrli the war grew, hasfeS3'--) been sold titltivn vouths who were received at the 540,000 Industrial College. With this, . sell. l auction for ?4l ,000. FANCY ARTICLES, &C ,wi,it,ntinrv several weeks ago from tho Baptist College ami the excellent "CH 9UICV Cocaine is now about c.73 and 7 Danville, under a sentence for a year for coin moil school sytoin, Wi linmsbni-" m C 7 with (4kv. P.iudi.KV has will soon be not- - I as an odumtiotia) cen- I'hyOlUm pmcnpinx. accurately cowHn'niifd. - l SSj an ounce. lien it nrst camo out it was ' nh.tiiicting a railnmd tnifk. Horton is thanks, to lie banished to the further- $100 or 400 an ounce . in 'a son of a Congregational minister ti.il tre. mountains are beginning to put most ends of the earth, and tells a Tho ltiTYntll Tlw. of .West Virginia, at- - K.s,.. England (loy Wilson, l i IIU .n. rt llliiruiim i expects to succeed that he tacked an editor, and ns is usual in such Air vl.. Anderson to defend them and on tlieir sprinj arb. The trees are rap- THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Buckner as governor of Kentucky. Hope eases, got the worst of idly building out, the evergreens, with it. breast, but in the .eal of that effort, after convic springs eternal in the CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. The Grand Opma House at St. Jo- ttf..i it., hfcnred testimony suillcleiit to here and there a ilogwoo I blossom, and if lucre is any object to the gallant gen the beautiful ivy, which giows no where Kver brought to (hit market. I'ricet lower than seph, Mo., burned; loss 120,000. An op induce the Governor to grant the eral, he had better sei. on a certainty, , era troupe lost all they had. so luxurantly asln this section, give us the lowett. Watchei, Cloclca and Jewelry He. ' paired on nhortjnMice and warranted. than be hungering and thirsting after a reminder that spring, made notorious And now it is said that the presilie can never obtain. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. MT. by "Gentle Annie," in connection, has dent lias ottered Mrs. Stonewall Jackson the Richmond, Va postotiice. seems to have much Tanbaik, a few miles from the track really come, an that bleak Winter and Gbs. Hewitt Jack Frost have left us for a season at Edwin Booth was stricken Mown is soiling at S2 per cord on the tree. iu deciding the question of juris whloh have not during the play at Uie Lvceum Theater in Fra.-r- 's infant., aged two nt Ieat. Even the flowers seem to be John diction in his libel suit, Cov- - Rochester, N. Y., with paralysis, It's moth moie forward here and it is no unusual Weeks, died Monday nig'ht. been brought yet. M 'anwhilo the thing to see the fair sex with a beautiful Owensboroj Dr. Neilson caught the boss bass er died last week. ingtou Commonwealth and been served nosegay, plucked fiom their own yards, chips Saturday. It weighed 4A pounds and Whitecap notiies have Inquirer are walking around with forms. Flow-e' advising adorning tlieir angel-likon their shoulders daring him to knock was 22 inches long. Ba bourviik News, on some parties near Brodhead nnd women are lovely things, and During tho extra session of the sen- - them to mend their ways. them off. I have seen so Is Receiving His ate Harrison sent in ;)30 appointments, Ditiick, the writing master, aftei when combined, as since I have been here, present democrats scored a famous victo-- ul f) wi,ic,( fcave tiree vvero continued, teaching a two weeks' term at this place. Tiie which would ryin the Cliicago municipal election t. W. Osborne wrote 180 words with Jumped the town Monday night without a sight the expression oftjuin I can commoie superlatives l.iu.iihi n Tuesday, electing uieir at Cincinnati in a minute, settling Ids board bill. E. C. W. Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial Muiiied, at tho residence of Judge mand. mavor by over 12,000 majority, and St. and a vet aged 140 words in five minutes. No- Louis, which went republican at the John and Edward Wade, brothers. Carter, the bride'H grandfather, Thins-daIt Is time for politicians who skulked evening, Mr. WillCaison, of Brod- during vember election, elected a uemocnuic quaireled near ralrview and the forJ N .MENF.FKE. the war ti stop waving the bloody A C SINK nearly 2,000. Middleton. mer shot and fatally wounded the lat- head, to Miss Lottie mayor by shirt when Hen. Sherman does a generYour special regarding Dan Slaugh- ous act for his old rebel enemy, Gen. Jodone some ter. As if he thought ho had John Rodgers, late deputy miushal ter's drowning on the 1st was not swalseph E. Johnson, in having him retainDealer In l.in.r smart in voting for Halstead'scou (of Barbourville, has announced, himself lowed here, Everybody knows that ed as U. S. Commissioner of Railroads. twVnfinn because WatterbOiftold him to, a .......11.1 ... for il...!. - .1... r l Ot jh-- i iv ;jj inu VvOliri wil be in a more There's an example worthy of when Dan goes oil it tho imitation. Senator Blackburn moved to have Appeals. dramatic manner than tumbling into un It is time to recognize the fact that the of the appointment vote on tJm rejection -S- upt. V. V. Wells, of the Cincin-naEtc., old well. . IIlfl,le imblle, but it failed to carry. Southern) with headquarters at Madden, aged b, died last war is over. Cincinnati l'ost. John A3STD Business-madejectedly) "My dear, municipal elec- Somerset, died Wednesday of inflamma- week on Skaggs Creek. D. W. Black Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, TlIB returns front th Wife and Thomas Million, of Richmond, were I mortgaged this house democratic vktorics tory rheumatism. tions. in Ohio show .... ..... .M.inr, WIUIRi at Sheriir Jones' last week. Mat- - Pike "Mortgaged O ! How muoh?" "Five ' ........ lt..r. . . v.. IT. lh linillll mo.1 mu,u,. ,,.. .,.i...m.i. .i... cut a cedar tree at Pine Hill, and while. thousand dollars." "Isn't that grand nearly .i vxn.n o.iui Cedar and Locust Posts. tllrtt th" BUekeJ Maie goen C1SO We will carry .i lull mo eft rvtS mr fn mil "I l).t. i.n i I umlirr Vrd. amount to a row Biggerttafl, who in turn got in" three, trying to push it dJwn it fell on him, Now 'von can buy metliatdlamondlneck when it doesn't lace. A C SIM',. IItinnr MnniiKtr hurting him severely. fMabs on bis opponent. J,JiiH w hether she does or not. of The mysterious murder -- of vic-Bett- ie J ly ,.t srvrrx: :::zz::z !.. P N WITH 'ri child-birt- New-Hop- e N. Y. four-month- s, Early Rose, N. Burbank Y. John-son'- (ter-maii-y, n Peerless, N. Y. Beauty of Hebron, N. Y. I fr -- SEED POTATOES ! Whites Yellow Onion Sets. The Best Seed Sweet Potatoes. 1 ll ! ses-io- y (GAimiDEN HEEDS - - nth-iiio- k ill-fu- pre-wiib- F AFFIX ASfJli) JIBTCTJLKI, - . Su-a- n, . '. ine:., ,,.. ( " j , I ,., t- Shells for Walks, mm '.::"::, :,ik mil cm mil 1 -- """, a, I ! .,. y I T. R. WAXiTOlT, .!k. Hurtoii, Clerk. 1 us i i court-hous- e Bo irr rcrMi7 il.I..Lj u iidii7t 9 ilil,LI Goods! i rai-e- Furniture and Undertakers' one-ha- lf I The Largest, Cheapest and lies! Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Ilorder, Decorations and Window Shades 1 1 INDESTRUCTIBLE BTTB,IAX CASKET, m-- Bur-chet- t, 1 lu-t- ,,, '.- -ii deh-ate- . I , .ti '''.Xekner " "-- e Mo FKSNNYa JJZTWJ&T. t-- T b: R,. pur-chase- d - - i -- tf2 &L. fzjzl fSSt W I nr. -- ' I liu-ni- par-do- llesh-pot- s 1 Ho Co BUPlMi.y, SUMMER e MERCHANTTAILOR I ly 1 .. , SPRING AND GOODS. typo-writ- er y SINE & MENEFEE, DOORS V '' HOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, Latlis, Shingles, C-SASH, ti n BLINDS !T eei. '9 i,-- ,...,, V PATENT WIRE AITD SLAT PENCE, 1 J. -- JUU . n ! J. - . - y-- i i 7w ST;fJt "o$r yfT& y Jt?"i r"Ai' -- Tr rv--- jpj M-- rj Wl'f ADVERTISEMENTS. " . vi New York Karly Hose freed potatoes- at Tub hack of .Mr. 11. VanArsdale'n reel-- I "5 cents per bushel at S. s. Myem. dence caught lire yeetcrday about noon, r. 1JJRO. I mill Kv M .iL't'Aim New miljinery, the lluest evcr,brouj;ht but thu neighbors responded to tlio call mrmmmm to Stanford, van Ins had at Mrs'Kato ami put it out before tnui'li damage was done. .Mr, VanArsdale asks us to return nnMurnr. li.o. WALTON, Bus. hits thanks to tlit'in for tlielr kindness. Nnw cooils jiift received, w'liluli I will Convention at the The Sunday-Scho- ol MEANS BUSINESS. sell At roekdiottoin prices for cafdi. A. Christian chtirch commenced last niv'ht C. Martin, Maywood. Watiiiim and jewelry repaired and with a praise service and scioptical illuswarranted. A. It. Penny. 'IV k mo&t elepint Mm' of Hpiinj; mil' trations on next Sunday's leson by Eld. L.s'iiiii:rn's Warden seed, new ciop, linery ever brought to Stanford Jut re- A. C. Hopkins. At 10 this morning jiit iieeived at.Mrltoburts it Stnin't. " ceived at Court A; CoxV. there will be another praise service and I.amiisktii'h (iardeil Seeds fresh and j an address of welcome by Itev. John tmnuine, in bulk or pai knjre, at A, li. Tin: Continental Itiurancu Co. lias Hell (iibson, to be responded to by Kid. ' renny's. ilnmi tin. f.t'r ililiuf liv Win. I'.iirtnti. nx W. L. Williams. The programme in. Tin: bopt place to buy uYukh, patent' wl" l,e ,,,a .. Il.t.,..llii..1n. fcen h medicine and toilet article is at A. It. eludes services to Saturday night. Semi-Week- ly Interior journal k," Fkehii fteh tills evening nl M F. El- - W. I. Uakkii, a dispatch says, will bei npioiiitt'il postmaster at London. VEW 1HK STANDARDHRKD STALLION, Manner t; - - ' I Dripping Springs -- BELMONT CHIEF, 86r89, lltejUttreil n Hub Link 1-- I TRIAL 2:3 WILL- 4, InAe t jo Int. His Sird Open June - 1 Board $7 Per Week. the Fir.tD.im, l!tftle Kinktad, bv Contractor, irf the fr'e of Dr. We.t Second Jti7f. .Monroe dam fulltU. V,- ?,onror. "yJI1" Vn';oe SJS. the .ire of l.aTly Monfoe.tli Uf. Chief' 9 1:iy "" ThIrd dl,m by Duva '' hoJou" hbtii ' Fourth d am llelmoiit Chief hay and weigh. 1, ifxjpoundn.loaled in iSSS, bred Ly J.'l.'. Coear. Mldwar. Kv lit Imont ChUf in very mneh like hi. .ire. He trcted a mWat UcMur M I. , n , :,ij. ConldrInK the concemratloii of upeedy blood. i,e. .t) le, troitinc act on I have the utmim conndence m the to be retained by breeding h .in. 'ill. fir.t co li. wil le' '" ' '" y howlnK "f "' !ocllent ual.t,c. and brli.K hi. coll Since?" 'P promi- Belmont Cheil will make theseawih of iSSyat my (table. In Mc Kinney, '' l.y the great lltlmonl HD, have ure of Nutw. ,lrtd jult. th od jiSJJ ; Wedgwood, Ha :io; Vilinc. i .Mhter, jni IS iSoihrr. ia '' " Jy r.-- i.!t f 1 I. r& i . HIT DesEitrci) His Wire and Chii.ihikn. the services of Mr. T. in thu Louisville Frank Lee, wlio came here from Monti H'Uiey as ' Store, and be will be clad to wait on bis cello some S months ago and engaged with J. T. Hatcher in the . PERSONAL POINTS. friends. M. Salimier. business and later worked Juih.k.1 s. Mount., of Shelby City, Lady's tioui Wvtiii Fiikk. Worth at the butcher trade, has skipped, leavwas bore Wednesday. SW, to be given away by me May J, ISMi. ing his wife und two young children in Mil. J. Vn.i. James, of CrabOrehanl, A ticket given free with every "() rents' destitute circumstances. His wife rewas in jesterday. worth of goods J'" I'urclia'.e of W. S. ceived a postal from him at Monticello Dii. Moluui Kva.ns ami Miss UettieKv Hilton, Junction City saying that she could take care of hernil" wont to IOiiisvi!le Tuesday. self and the children and that ho would A mrbtinh of the chairmen of the Dii. vnd Mik 1. W. Louis have takhit another lick for them. democratic county committees in this nevei en rooms at the I'ortinau Hom-e- . CiniTiT Count. Judge T. I'. Hill preMux. Vii.i. of Carlisle, is visit Senatorial district has been called by ing Mrs. ltena Urluht, in Boyle county Chairman T. D. Nwland for this place sided as special judge for awhile Tuesth. to llx the time and man day, pending the arrival of Judge MorLincoln, is the MimKlla (JivtsN-.o- f Mi-- x MagvJe Davis. Tails Ken nor of selecting a candidate for the State row, Frank Shears for malicious 'vound-ingtH"t of Senate. was admitted, and a forfeiture was tiickinn. 15. Mullins for J. M. I'hhkin of thu llioiihetul To It cIhIiikhI that H'iscjii4 addicted to taken on the bond of M. the same oll'ense. Sandy Withers, bamn Works, whs here on business yen the no of alcoholic liipiors ciu be en- ' tonlny. tirely mred by the new French method colored, charged with caitMiig the death by whipping, was ac.Mils. Ai.t( i: anil Mbs HeJIe JJourne, of hypnotism. The patient Is hypnotiz- - of his quitted. Tlietiialsof the doctors for I of Jes'uinin, are visiUnir nt Mrs. M. inl nml then told hy the doctor that hf UmrnuV. but giving whisky prescriptions illegally must never want to drink day, Mtfren". & II. Shanks and Will Sev- - mut fueldl-wfor llfor. This meth- - were set for tlio The case of John Held for the murder uninwniu in the cities buying their ol of treatment Is si,l to-- . be noeeful , lliil CSreshnin, was of his ejirintr t wks. ewry iniwuco. culled Wednesday and the trial begun, urveyor of lr- MH. u. I. au..uk. Wiirn John NwJnnd vut to takeTo-n- i the following jury being selected in rani, was here this wek ax a wltnoe" in v'howley, a bnikonmn, before the hoit order .1. W. Sallee, J. T. Hurris, tnriipiko cult. II (J. Fmini- - and on, cmwd Jury, he Jorkl himsulf up in the William lioocli, II. II. Ward. J. M. CofMr. i.vn Mn. OtHwr, of .IniK-lioCity, nm visltfiu--t rnet of cnbtioio and theie remained fey. W. T. White. .1. W. Kout, J. S. Mohn" Uoode, John Tnriibull,ieorge DoHorde, frtrwn hor or so. Mr. J. K. Funfe'. IiMfl given It up a a luul job, Showloy T. l'eilce. W. 1'. Grimes. Messrs. Ukv. A Nil Mks It. It. Maiionv left ye hi- - hMIni; ilaoe to And Hill A Mcl'obeitsnnd It. C. Warren rep- for CiMHniMti and Newport to be omoitwl from tnlay the accused, while Coiiimou-" mn "ltUni! fHW U'"1 ,U",anl ""ty gOMrf a iirajith or mor. ing tht inormng. It w uifille's to aii wealth's Attorney Hemdon went it Mi-- c M01.1.1K Mh,k and SuRie (iiteu. of Crnb Orcbspl, ate he ffuost tllAt th "NKlfeywl detective' bad him alone for the prosecution. in Ihw1 fn n few swoniU. Held kilktl Gresliam in the wooilsj Carpvnter. of Hr. J. Milledgeville last fall in a quarrel C) a rrrl, is Wd. HoY'To.v, of a near A will bo een by Not nRoWNnn iHotlior, Mrs. (too. notice of the openingof I)ri)plngSpi1ng owr a game of cards, shooting him three down to sh lir orfk and killing him almost instantly, McKinney, who ia better. D. (i, slaughter, times ptti.li-btIn this After his deatli it was found that (ires-haYork, Ma. J. OrTiiMiEiMiia. of Ne-the proprietor, Is Hill on ! ck, as we wa not armed, but it was the first arrive.1 Tutday. btlitgtiiL' aiwther famiAll thf time he was. "The fresh time he had been caught that way for ly nf (.ieriiiniis to colon bo horo, did yomii: fellow, who ent the I'okib Cifrrr- - will return from not Aniil fool a "ingb individual in this years. He had served a term in the e , nt it thut we have penitentiary for killing John Ferrell and tielay ltere he went to of spring tnilUiitrv. jiwirj 0f. The thing was too iNhv to was n very desperate man, as Iteid knew leplfiurdi Kin. W11.UUI Stiklev, wife and take in even the wayfaring man. We from having been engaged with him in the killing of Cam Kowsey, for which daughter, I Miivillo, are here to attend VU) lUi fnnv youth, neverthe-th- e After killing ;,r ,,ot ,u sni both were acquitted. Sunday School Convention and ate j t,;u ,,.,, m,mM liroshain, lteid bid out till this court Mrs. John Shanks'. stoppliii at j(,t for jokt, nil,i t,lU i,t. lnietlt k.,.t ),,,,. when giving Cit. W. .1. Kixnaiho, of L'tiioaMer, M)Jf jnt0 trou,e by attempting to work son forhe surrendered, lie was as his rea-to unable running that through to Kan-City WVihies-- m,wimpHr 0uice- - 'with such pflKsi-.- l give bail ami did not want to Jit in jail. go-- t S ne to dispose of tiny, wher lie The whole trial listed less than four nsil estate while a freh oo.in i on. Imhx Uosih. Mr. Henry Ulanken oil ship brought to our otUce Tuesday a box hours, speeches and all, the jury bringJ. li. PuiRtNt'B, twin of the L. A N, of Iwiiei-- . teeth, mica, e., that his son ing in a verdict of acquittal in a few the Kuo.xriile Dlvir-i'ihNtbUjru-t I.owland, pent II. F, bad plowed up in an Indian minutes after tlio submi'.sion of the eae with .t of mound locate! in hi" garden, and which to them. Monday niuht in 1'inoville, the The grand jury has been after the had nearly Iteen lev. led bv frequent the l'uievillt) Hotel. MesMMiger. plowing. The bones winch evidently tih dynamiters bis week and has inI)u. 11. F. '.F.u.mu gr.uliiattt of th Ohio Medical Colb-ge- , h 1w ha ivmoved belonged to an Indian brave were in dicted" one or more for killing fish in good pre?crvi tion, though they had Hanging Fork by that method. The pen19 Cmb Orcliard to practice his profep.His lain there at the lowest calculation 100 alty i a line of not exceeding $20. ComMon, was in to eo .is yecter.lay. who in a mem- yoar-.- . The teth were as sound as a monwealth Attorney Herndon tells ns Hon, M . F Arthur fc Zolb'r, iollur hihI k'icli a set ns would be an en that unlike mot other eaes, both the ber oT the dm.' firm ( vy to the average man of this genera-- ' tines and the eots have to bo worked nccoiiimiii"d linn. tion. Mnny curious stones not belong-- , out. unless paid or replevied. CITY AND VICINITY. Mers. It. J. Breckinridge, J, IJ. injf t" tin? lortdity cowiod the bonos. It. K. Toinlinson, II. C. Kaull-iiiaTnero are fiv other moiimN on tlio Mv?r-- . I'llBxIl vegetllbieK ill and J. H. llrown were attending t be eXpl'troil. place Sbkii swt-jtotatoet" at W. II. Hiucourt this week. Huh Bir. '.tmh Bill- -. giiiH. The eve of Welch vs. the S., !. I!., cooking for Mr. A. D. Tn- - W. (). ,v (i. C. T. 1'. occupied that court who lm at ,erwoo 1, at Ilowland, cam? up Wetlne-Cuu- rts ;'t spring iniliiiiery nearlv all the whole time yesterday. Cox's. and until a lire to ,rty in.uiiini; as Kfi this-cit- Venny's. Iluy your school books, ink, tablets 8n,",lk'H f n,i 1ir W.1 " thiH With the n.ual return privilege or $50 TO .Mare, kept on good pa.ture at owner' u-l- AT S30 f nk at i IN3URB A LIVINJ COLT pcrinonth. THE SEASON. J. I'. CHOW, .McKlnncy, Ky. j j ,UVe MaMired i .,,. shoe-makin- g Grand Ball And PICNIC SPRING ' ! July 1 and July 4. . ; C"i, U SAIL AT T, TASOB, HALL, WEDNESDAY Nli.HI ClotHinG Children's, ' g 1 All sentl. n en and I irfie- - invited step-chil- .iL-ai- xt -th Closing Out Sale iatli an 13th April. The dro'vuing a.c irre.l pi L mil n in ol Apr.l 1M. ISy. ifj-- ..'Youths' and Mens'. brother-in-law- 1 1 -- , d 11 -- Kapecitu'ly. D. G. SLAUGHTER. Bruce & McRoberts M- ACKNOWLEDGEMENT! j ic-eiite- d 1 M. t. UoIIIhk hovte 11ml content!. I have found the attache of llieContincni.nl to be perfect cclille men and rvc mmcnd the Conilneatal to all myfriendi. V.I. I1UKTON' sunford, Ky., April 4, jgRo. thi day rrived from A N. Wellt, I Ai;ent of the CtntineniM Insurance Co., New Vorlc. the Mini of 5j.i;5, amount ol lo.s on my I hac wld -- i LilIi!iL0, ol Marion lloyle, Lini iln, I JY Jt-a- 1? Trader, Horemen and RMT7DCJ Sti.kmen ot the .ountie Garrard and Waihinj;-to- j will And all the newt rWaiinc to mnitcM of to them in the fMI? V UL-of the lead.nu p,ip &, M. U.m-viH- -- ,,., ,... Central KtnuicL), ittued urxlay ami hririnyoi eath weclc.iipvT r Send $e cent and trv it lor three m'inih Ai'drcx II O lloyle, IJnoiiet Manager, Dantille, Ky 15 1 ITlUUI AIJ her-t.x- -k PUBLIC SALE ., Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Wall Paper, At i '4 1 .1 ei Commercial Hotel MiKlXKEY. ! t - KV, a- 1 Saturday, April 13th, (889. The Home ha r; rooms, in ood repair and i. upplicd with uater Irom a nuer lailing White Sulphur Well A wood, new and cnminodioiK lluKy llouito, a Coal Home, Store Hnu-f- , Corn Cnb and Stable ;snd Garden of about an acre i another very neceary adjunct hi, property uill he old at auction tu the highest bidder on the follow in j arm., (im.-l.- alf cah in hand; balance un a credit of u month. On the Mine date the FL'RSITL'RK of the Veranda lltttl will be told and the home doted ax ahsitl, hut lll l uted a a private retidence by Mr. Kebecca lone. For furthrT information ap-V U GKOKGE. to McKinney, Ky. 13 I M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. SEW FURNITURE- STORE ! - n to r -- lf 1 gn--- MACK HXU'MARr, 1PHOP., pl -' -- ich STALLIONS FOR 1889. IMP. LONDON, Chetlnut ttallmn. ie4 hands hlsh. tired bv the' Ereat Low lander Kirt dam Ilratelet by Aiiseliii, I 2d lUm lirunitte by Codrington: 3d dam Mi Stykct by thsC'aitvr; 4th dam bv the Culonel,,V , , for ite itud book hit further pedigree. Low lander, tin-- . ai by Dttrnun out of I.ulra by Windhouud, he bvthf ever famaut ran bv Kens I'oin. the nan ic- tiloon I). ceful ir Kncliii d "has titer produced ; hi. on Mint nan.iniirn.icii.il w rimicrt-e- d lireat lom. to the p. .. anri midc themelvci famouta n bv llarkawav lre of inner. Kins Tom the tirti oflnh ll.rd..itclicr and Fa tta Ha'lGTisjh oam ny I '.inLHalt.nw (tire 01 I. rami (;lun o li seen tn.it 1. "lid- n Hit two clo-- e loon and through runs crnte of I'aiitiitofin'I ramp 'Imich-tone- , ire (,1mthron.li l.ancic t, I lie-m- an - Me-Feira- n. u . I yt-- t t - Drj-RR- : o.-.- ' "' Giibbly preUktoil a fall l tempomtute ,r". t terwurd an I not returning at i..,. son William Cochran, the ,,.,,, to 40 yestenUv ,, t.me, search was mado lor her. t of Mr. ami Mrs. Sain Cochran, died The Intbhikii JuI'kn.o. has a young he was being liuntwl a sound came from Monday of spinal ineneiigitis and was t like tlie cry of a new buried Tuesday in Uuil'alo Cemetery. one tint wet k wliieii is almnt as lively ad the i s iiioi!' r iKirn ItalA?, and ujkiii investigation It was Miss Nannie itingntunn, a sister of ...... . . loumi..1 iimi a ivpoiinii ro.oreo ooy wasj T nhlCTinH1, ,.i0(. Monday night of a uxnm-in- .' L uuus .ire cordially invited to lying in the rthii, flpjNUvntly about an aged 'M yean. the elegant st.'k of new inillinury ho.ir old. Tin chiUl wn.- - taken care complication of ilisea-ewere interred at Mr. T. I). The remain1 at Courts ,: Cox's. just of and tln wnli for Its mother resnm- Hill's Wednesday. ! has not been city stylos, made to or- - wl, but up to 'life i.e..tm-itGrace, infant daughter of Mr. and Son, with Wan- - found. II i brother has taken tlio de- - Mrs. James 11. Swope, died Monday of dei by John II. Cmig amak'er H llrown, l'liiladolphia, and "itod lubnt and K now miHng for it, pneumonia and was buried next day in Ilionnimr, KingACo., ,Xow York, at bnt It is hardly probable that It can be Mullah) Cemetery, ufftr services at the .C to ?r.j. No ttt, no Sis. ?.M. residence by ltev. John Hell Gibson. sal ago it was Ci iMiu.vu l'r. Sonietiuie L. M.LisTey will take four L- -t nigtit was tiw ti.uw for th-- regi-lar- . aeued between the Manford, Dix Kiver, lllnck Kniglit, and one ,v Ga rani County turnmke White (Jik 1111111.il election of a town matsunl iy . Hioctoiiand H.J. Utrst to siilunit the, to tiiei.exiugion uues. The eticumban', G. tho titv conin-il-- Tlie Mercer Sayings reports sales of ofdamag-- s by .om,h of the K. Carpenter, was a candidate for tin ig- .tuition 11 shoit yearling mules at SW, 130 nition, and o was O. J. Nuwl.ind, the road running through the litter's farm They were agieed upon lambs. Juno deliveiy, at ti cents and to arbitmtors. fm iner mahal. ..,....,. ...I ..... ..I i I mriww nf- SUM to tL'OU. 111111 nii.'i iivitiiii; nit; iijuii. iiiu iisrsiii .1... 7 ."-- entir" raring fctud of Major U. made amount at S400, wiiii'li Mr D.trM, tliouuh Tlio Tin. tutii Board uf ftinnlizatiou Tlioinas, of tlm Hixiana btud farm, wli.itfVur in Awoi B. 15. displwit'd uitli tln awnrd, npx-vto noli.ini:e near Lexington, was sold at auction in IviMiiudy's aHeesiiiviit of tii iroii;rty ill arvviit. Tlu'dirtH-tor'were alo tliisrounty. Tlircc jit cunt, nin addt'd Hvd ludtcviiik' tin rtiiionnt too iru-a-t and New York, the lo hooes reahzin slO,- " to (i.irrardV and ri d.'dnftfd from HiK'- k- It Mnu' fouii'l tliut tliero rt infant I.eota, county scat of MclMierHon, I'iiHtln'n abehsnn'iit. ht'iif, wlio could not lecilly inako deed Dak., waH destroyed by a prairie lire 7. to tliu road, thi'V api'licd for the an- . ', W1111-duriim Wednesday's whirlwind. Sixty Mr. i!. t. Jones was ttMiini! jiointiucnt of coinrnihfiioncrs, wlio-- e iv and busine3 houses were . '. . ihvellinns . ,. down the old Jail on the prnimrty of tlm '. . t , IIUI llllll , ..F.l.l, IIIVII buriied, entailini: a loss of SISO.OOO. Tlio 'IJ'MII IM'illK ton bnb.ee, . boar. ..l.l a ate I'iate the are tlie court- ,. law nail inn.struck J f'''. tliJ1K.ultv a,,;iV,. AlWr,1M.v coniuiH- - onlv building ..roinniiniiu , 1Ji n,. " BlUH-. lllli, . .iv. unrtii' Liiiiinvu iifii iiiititiiiiiiii iiitii iimi) tiiiini-r- . IllltlV', lUU KtiocKini:t om ii'nii ivni . ,v ' ' " '" -L- incoln, :5 years ohl, by M. .Martin, .:' " ' iiiK his face cori.mrably. , , " . "" . 'out of Olena, lias neen turneu out 01 tu u.eir repuii. 1UIU u.reilurH JEFF MSil, WHO KIIICU muh ,v K(H.8 to the Stud. He WHS in Bell cou ity, has yen hHd wUliont ami the iwu(t w.ik after a trial and . - ....,.,! .li. i.,.i .min... beatiiiL' most of . of U.e lur- - umui'iit Milumttwl to jury in Judgo L i:uui wit m, won one of his races, b.i ill. John Crook Tnrn-- r, encVttt , ,,k 1. n 4! seconi s. , iirnuii uimih iihimihi, uini umi'wvu nc r laclion. was reieaceu on uw. imiik lie reeeiven ' Wednesday and the dnmnues fit f.W.'i. The directors talk ' an injurv last spring and was turned out bimieht llei wa" worn mil .ilidi'r"izd,ilil of impeHliiiK. hut if thev have no better and had gotten over It,deVe mo iai Weak- ludpil in jail. Ib'.d'J Oped H l....b In fU.. fnlnrs. ifinn'tn ll.J rui.t U.mv ll.ceSsary tf UIVO him bii luoKfiit; ujnn with no' .iipjVarflnru: ,V ne-in the in ured lejr aim mt. i.hmcv ', uli.itfvi r of tlmiuVul mi)niitiiiirilipip.. will pay .Mr. D.ui-- t anil lit the matter at ,,nce nOtiiled MrS. II. IU1n.d11m1n.ad. drop. .Nine, him to take him out of tr.iintne. lulu. j CT4 ' -- " i I....I.I... ...ii.fji '",", water-clo-e- l... I..O i,.....u.ll.it..l.- - nt. bn-okfa- DEATH'S DOINGS. SA lircXrTnifar;; K"E"M,hi alio tnree were winner- inir.'.WrX? 1 1 $20 to Insure a living colt '.i nurt..- - Will keep constantly en hand a large and select line of Furniture rand Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods I!?,', can be bought n the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con- win tianu it vinced that I sell lower han the lowest. ' s, CONCRECAN, lla) lur.e, 1' hanilt ln;h, by Ten Ilroeik dam dam ot Fcllowpluy and UraVe Carter by ,1 tllocralt' 1'lanct; ad lirollte and Spud" on lie, Idle thrift' damrby I.exiiiKton, id dam wild' dam by Imp. li tnctc. Go to the stud booV 'or eMciitUd pid I'n-and find no richer blooJ lio to racing calendar and find I he liu. hn of Ixith bv aire and dam Illumine u coiuc bri;htettMiucit with great achieveuientt. He nm bme the oliO'inf (ilenooe, l.cxinet' n and 1'hie ton, the latter ihrii;h hi tiro; Ten Urocele and l.eilnumn twice throush .Kro'i e and Fannie llulion. thrdum of'lcn llroKkanr liIencoeathri in Ftorlne, I'oihahontat. etc. If the old adane that "lilood will tell1 14 o d, thit young hose wfll prochl worth bv ttiun priKeuy tfiat will thow in front "at the tiiuth.'' He I great y m Ten mark and form llki hi site, the Union llroeck, wlio-- e 3 111. le record ha only been beaten liy hi tin, Drake Curler, a full brother to dncre. p.m llei uellpht up, ttmnsly knit andt has ihc mucle and iuarter nf a. I the bent of l.eintln and vi mjki the i'J.on .it $20 to -1 c dci-cdin- rect-ive- it ilt miles thf-hrtett- . ( hour iiit.kct between , Ciiiciminti and New leans. sraRWlJIM KntircTrairt Ri.n 1 Or- -- Tlrcmh Without Change. ij-.'.r- mi-e- d. ..., ; j ville THRfifOH CAR SFRV1CK. South l'ouud 'I rain No Mann Moudoir Huff-e- t Sleeili K Cart, Cincinnati to New Orlean IlirmlnRiiam to Shrevt'port and Mann lloudoirnnd an lluffet Slecpert, Cincinnati to Jacksonl'u 1 ' ' WTQJB -i Train N 5, Mann Doudolr IltifTtt Sleeping Cars Lin innati to New Orleans and I.oui.ville lf Chattanooga and Mann and I'ullman Sleeicr Cm niuti Jacktouvile 11 Condensed ScheduV in I ffect January ao, ifSg 1 1 -- - - lnauro. . ',. dN-sati- . 1 I .11 "n '" m .. I I'" 11 ,.,,.. "'" . - i . . u-u- ... . i'- i 11 ! i -- s rrTfo. 6 No. 4. No. 8. " lllack colt, foiled in S8$; by Caliban a 34 tire, of A riONa. .1 No. 1 hailyi C. V Clay i 18, Cyeionc 3 Coaster 1 jo',) Daily. Daily Daily PaUj; 1 P icy Dailv 'Kv. dam Alice O by I'atcird 2 .10, ton ot Almuni, sire .a ' 640 am' f 41 p nyo JJ a mj 600 pm i6'.4; d dam Madam 8 i;am 4 3 pin, uipui 7 $j a m L ve.. .Lincluvaii of Fannie Withertpoon 3 30 a mi 4 ai r m . I .Villlani'twn....I. ve S 3 a mt record 1 x, 9 S3 a mi 5 47 p ml 9 3 p m ... Finch dam of F.mmi I a year-ol7 34 a m 3o8p m 4 10a m a ml 7capm'io37 pm Alice llatcom 3 44 and l'u itona a 451 by Drennon, 10 Geornt8wn pm 700a m a 4op m 348 am 41 il dam oy lienerai layior. 7 laliDan a 4 by i.siiiiiiuii... II vp m - 33 pm;n 05-pm lOJja in ... e Pilot, itireof Hanni a Mambr iui Gift 440pm 10 pm 7 10 jmil.v. lion., I.ou b R.R Arl 630am 7 10 pml 9 40 a m a ao) dam Casia by C jo a in mt M. Clay, Jr. tire if I.V j w a ihj J" ". 5i7Pu 4B .1 m 10 to a m Ar. tlurjtu and Dur.tngo a jjK, Pascalby Marry Clay a in a? p m pnn 8 45 pm ueaa m 11 17 am Lie ........lluri'ln.... ..Arr a 55 a in 317pm 5 4$ a a Almuni. tire of l'edimont iliiml'carlie Leon il jj ,. a lop m .Danville... im i a m a 53 a in JaOm I 00 pm ard by American Cl.ir, tire nf llr.iHllle a ao; ad j jo pml d $5 pm Ita i4 am 11 j aoa m a m i a8 .Junction City 45 n p mi 9 10 pm, a 30 a m ou a m dam by John Campbell on of WVoner; td dam I 0 j a in 5 p m I'.jam' j 05 pini 3,00 pm Kilkcnnry by MIiiku, um of Aimncnn I. liptc, 7 aja m ., ...Oaldale 9jpm 11 5 aj a m j ij a m; 6 30 pm Alm-inbv AlevauderV AbHall?h tire of lipid-sm4 00a m. a m 640 p m ArV Chattanooga, .I.'ye 010pm' 7 jja m ... pml, Maid a 14; ttilamb Mim'irino Chief, tire 1000 85 a m 7 00 p m lvc...Chatiiieda.. .Ar'v J45Pm 7 r 9 id a 17, aidam Rate by Ih lot of dm nf Jr. ... 45 pm 4 47 a m co pm 9 49 p mi Ar'v.. ..'. .Attalla siivuf am l Maud S j oSli. The auulvsit uf thlt najpm 3iprai... . 45 p m II 4J p m 1. vt .. x)irmini;iiA pedigree sSowt two irote of Mammno Chiv', rw.'. TiitrsliMta......u.1 3 4a a m v. m (j tj pm tW'i of I'ibit, Jr, two of Henrv Clav anilorieof aj p in 4 45 a ra Ar'v. .Mendtan . ...lvel 4 Ij a miooiuit 'i npu'i a pKinimd thnrnuh. llambletoni in; t Meant ...l. ve 90a pm- 3JSf'm 6 30 m ' 11 00 m Ar v. .New Iirml found t n This colt will er e roan's at 040pm Meridian.. ....Ar'v ......... J 10 11 m I.'ve S15 to Insure. Jackton....,.Ar'' iguuniL'ic Vicktburjf, - -- ..; ....., 610pm Wo will aUo Hand the noted Ji:k 4 00Pm In jo a m L've. ... Monroe n,....,.'ioejam 4 aopm ' o a m ... ...... 11 PEYTON innin Ar'v Shreeiort Hufiet Slcepinkr Curt, New Or lean t Cincinnati, Mann At $10 to insure. Takint;ilte.kt)'r and breed-in-g Nia lrin."o.a, j ti. ncudoirullB,m C'.....,.... larVtentdlc tnClBtlnnai ....1 ints cunt'deratun, we tliink thi. th.-- ch". ptt SI and Ch.lU.oc,. .0 WZTsot. evertilferr J. Mires kept on prats 01 $t per month Vn re ntville andM.enaiid l'ullmiu Slepe,r JtOlvUJtAcXioj6ryiJiv. kpuntibility. Fur lurther (nii'uicall on or FliANK VOoi:iiY?TV PatXAgtr, l.exirion, Ky. S H.ofJ II II At c.Jl ' t.x, mtdio ' llHlNC.dAULl'. Ueneral MwW Ctnrinriati I). O. EDWAKUS, Gen'IPaK. ftpd Tkt. Agt K 10 Si.m'urd ,IJluo. ' ALLEN BASHFORD, KKA 1 DOW k khi.nS-m- Hi aj, , it o ' d I . ni. .Mam-irin- -- i'i 1 1 1 17-- 1 1 1 1 1 t it ljm Dir-cio- 1 1 !li. m 1 1 iui ,., . , EM3RY, - , Ite . ..!. , ' ttk KiarKVWlCaflla . 1 y Semi-Week- lt Interior Journal Ky., - Stanford, V- April fi, 18S9 F- - WALTON. 'WITH SUPPLEMENT. Washington correspondent, hns been delving in tho musty records of the wnr department since the Senate refined to confirm HnMend as Minihter to finds that rhunb, the Kansas exotic, who voted against tho conbut firmation, was not of conspiring to rob and robconvicted bing one Crenshaw, whom he had while he was provost marshal in Kansas', on gome trumped up charge. While1 in prison an agent of Plumb (5er-mnnyaonly-charge- "Gen. UoYntoX, tho Commercial 'n p ', r !. I r V it. i- H- - ' that jammed thither. The First National Bank of Moberly, Mo., makes the 4,000'h national bank organized since the Introduction of the national hanking system. Of tliuse, :), KM! are now in operation. The State. Board of Equalization hn completed its labors and announces that the total value of taxable property in made him sign a bill of sale for 100 catthe State is f01,240.22S, an inoiease named in the bill of tle and ft) hogs; sum Sr vxi.kv has nt last been heard from. 1SS7, dver last year of nearly ?,000,000. wilft was $050, and ho was to get 5130 but He started from Yambuya June sTIie oyster dredging season closed got a cent. He was also uinde to an I after untold hardships reached Altuy-e20 mu'es and bert JCynnza Aug. 2", 1SS9. Beginning Tuesday. Tho time for the tonguiug Mgn another bill of salo for The I. J. Man at Williamsburg. loth. 11 head of horses for the sum of 1,200, the march witlioSO officers and men he and scraping will expire on April The combination of mishaps which which ho never received a c nt or ended with 172, death desertion and About 11,000,0000 IwhoN of oysters have for during the the editor has fallen heir to has kept the promise of any. Hi y then nale sicknes and battle with the natives been received at Baltimore me from visiting this place as frequentsale for 55 mules and having reduced his army to that extent. season. him sign a bill of Dakota and Minnesota were ly of late as I would have desired, and write an onler to Hiker in The relief of Kinin Pasha wa successfulmade him Tuesday by a blizzard, nccojupanied by it was quite a treat when I was told Clinton county, Mo., who had the mules ly accomplished, after one of tho inoit reall of which markable expeditions of modern times. low temperature and terrlile prairie tires, Tuesday mottling by the unfortunate in possession for the .", resulting in great damage to property gentleman hImvo referred to. that were taken and for none of which he The men lived piincipally on fruits and There was but little loss of life so far as might spend a couple of days with the ........ n rent. Plumb and his snails during the 14 months and for days of the Statu. I aune reported. people in this allies were tried bv court nurshal. lie at a time did not get even that means of Druid Hill Park, in Baltimore, seems to WiHlamhurg for uiniu reasons than relieved of his post, sustaining life. For 100 days the got oil" with being to be the Mecca for suicides. Professor knew that Common Phits Uoutt through a continuous wilderness, Devon, who killed himself there the one. while his dupes got 10 years in tho was in session and I would very probaA splendid specimen for a but lliiall reached the land of promise the 22d person who ha other day, and "Senator is Plumb, but we suppose that and plenty, where for 1:1 days the men killed himself there since the park wa bly trike crowd to "work on." I also knew, m rather remembered the ho is as good as reveled on fowls, goat, bananas, corn, oven with his record opened to the public. kind treatment mid liberal pitronage sweet potatoes, yams, benn, kc. The the avenue of his constituency. Kd Conger sneaked up behind his which I met with when first I present-eletter is in Stanley's own hand and is wife sat playing the piano in lm-is- - IN my cause which was lenlly th Intk-hioThe question of calling a constitution- thrillingly realistic. in CincinNewton's houe of Kenbe voted upon again al convention is to into her heart. at the August election. It carried at Tin: editor of the Richmond Climax nati and drove n knife life of ahum and tucky. I like Williamsburg for the pre- virtually admit." the Register's charge He had forced her to a kindness with which I wrts received and the list election under the methods it is for that reason s well as perhaps scribed hy the OM'utt bill, and if u favor- that he took a 5 column ml. one week for then got jealous of her. The "bum" element of Cottonwood few others that I try to reetpiWHti tho next $5 and sends his tinner 0 months for !'. y able vote is uiven tit Augu-s' - 1I .. S..,l.1 ftf.L'.lt .1rt.w..l ' Ml ... III Legislature is required to pass a law cents, ami men in anoiner pari oi nis I1IIS. IVllIlsa. lilll-'- l putting Into the hands of her people It was Just six calling for a convention, t)io delegates to paper gets oir some alleged wit about the field us a joke on.the fair sex, but the literature. point of the venp ago which' will be chosen at the August elec- keeping coal in his safe it. winter and "tetter element" turned the that 1 fl't laid vt ou tills! S:c. Graves, a niggl. dirty tion next year. These mnt meet with- beer in summer. If he keeps on nt that JOKO oy electing vir. .'iiimiv '""'"" ' place, which was , Board of AWenm'n. settlement of l.OJlur I.JO) iuh ihiLants ' in three months after their appointment rnr.t it veniif )o Inntr Imfnr.t lie will hnre Mayor, and a female D. It. AlUllOIVV, 0 brother flf til ami It looks almost a uiimclu to gaie on 99ftA!M IV 99?W9V?G WWWI",'I i work for which they neil,ornn,.lrtrlH-H.rn.,MIM W1IIT5 rVVW RflftW 8. and perforin the tl.t snfe tVIIMMWl ttMUtl IIMtlWl HiirilMM MMN ae.e.m-- . MllilWtitllW in MiaiiNllTMWl WMMMi mr were selected. The instrument they and tho sheriff will be its custodian. ijutj:rentnn.l oniyMwm, was the city like appamnt' it now hy a demo- propose will then be submitted to tho it is none of our business, further than "W"" ' Iavenwoith, k t., with a pipulatloii nigh on to 3t(XM. worKsi an Fmtn one window in my hotel I ran adopted we shall va iHsliL-- in ... n enm! mnn en ilnu'ti to crJt by Over i',000, Fresh Brown Leghorn Eggs for Setting. po'pnlar vote ami if day for her brother, but the uiii-i- ii four handsome chmvlies with steeples early death needlessly have a new constitution. wouldn't listen to her and voted almost ami I'lipulas towering as high as the ff WAXiTOXT, course everybody knew that tho The Senate adjourned sine die Tues- solidly against him. Or chain of mountains which makes a Washington that day afternoon. It is rumored that the Assembly rnlied beautiful background a slmrt distance I. P. Main and Somerset Streets. The Tenne-se- e t,tory sent out from Gen. frradjey an.l his friends went into president intends to semi Hnlstead to through both Houses the Dortch Flec- beyond; from another window I look . I.!.. nnnnlntllMtlt (ft till' Germany during recess and let the Sen tion Bill, which provides for the Austra upon the Baptist CHege, an Imposing ecstacies over um ii.wi. Mission and celebrated the event ate try its hnnd with him again nextj lian svstein of balloting, and the Myers three-storCorean structure, in which 1"0 stu- ..... mm. . i .: "" ii and sundry potations at Decemlwr. His rejection seems to have .. . 'in nnm-roKegistrauon nin. i ,ienHnre jwriiiK over their books, an.l the liitas House bar, was a Ho manufac- made quite an important personage out tication required by the former measure gt, from n0t,ll,P w,i1JW (for tth ro, general of HaUteud. He is now spoken of as will disfranchise a large number ofigno- tured out of whole cloth. The ,R m? ex,v,Il,ntly v,.ntllUedi I see the has taken bntono drink sincearriving in governor of Ohio, U. S. Senator and ev- rant voters in the State. and the gentlv Mow Mately Dealer In Washington and that biinjr so unlike erything else in sight. --The assessors' return., from "B f'f ins. Cumberland, which nearly eminles .. ..... is used to in Kentucky, it what he counues in ivvmu. B, t, town, with jut a quarter of a mile BrmiiETT, the new' l S. Marshal ,J .ticoivii ! .... itnndu nr ifiiuircn- rniu in further tin Kentucky Lumber Co.'s made him sick and he did not dare to wWfMJf Kentucky, is a shoemaker by trade. lieKM..n..inirl U'itll 7 S7I HlS. I planing try a second. mill, whhh mammoth saw an will therefore likely make a botch of the STANFORD, KY. for lfJs", or an increase for 1.$5 over largest in the country to the standard required office as shoemakers who fail to stick to 1M7 of l(r).04S,.4.") pounds. In other ranks with the Is addition besides these named many in the present school cousse, the Super- the last rarely make a success in iither words the crop of lfv Is nearly two and There ri other important features which make Instruction an- ti vocations. Host intendent of Public times larger than that of 1S.s7. Williamsburg a deci ledly pleasant place, nounces that the State board of educaseems to be going our both from a toctil an I business Everything The suggestion of Bradley for the Bertion has ordered that all applicants to of the Rhode now. The but I will not mention them for on the elements lin mission, begins to look a little like way just teach shall be examined known, fear that tho-- e who know nothing of the Island election is not Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is government as contained in the the fair thing, but he will hardly get of civil bntoO out of HO town, not including place might think I deal in flattery. PAiiRtStiitinn of the U. S., and of the there. The cabinet aspirant is likely to full and complete. We call special attention to our Providence, show a plurality for Davis, There are lawveis here from almost of Kentucky, on the oth of July get further snubbed if he keeps on nt it. State democrat, for governor, over his highest every section an-- they all seem to be donext, whether they hold certificates or NEWS CONDENSED. opponent The legislature will be re- ing well. hail tie b nor (?) to sit with n not. Teacheri had theretore neuer The best Casket of the kind ever invented. publican, though the majority will be 1i members of th Uir at one al and to Immigrants to the number of 1.S70 posting themselves. reduced. room with 3. If I thought It a true maxarrived at Castle Garden Tuesday. Jack, the Ripper. Jack, tlie Ki'ser. im that evil ci nui'iUleatlons corrupt Embalming under the most approved method when desired. 'rllV.Il!lnolIltlllcnt of Drury K Bur- is a straight tip out that J. A. and other jacks have had their day and good inoraN, I should rertfllnly be uneaJ. C. McClary, Salesmen and Embalmer. county, to be U.S. K'assxm, of Iowa, U to gt the of now comes Jim, the Hugger. Heis pur- sy about my own, for wherever the of KentucKy, win ran jnifcsion. Marshal suing his bent in Louisville and his plan name "lawyer' N known, it is also of the "Little Bed Hog." Mr. Cleveland landed a, HI pound joy to th- is to throw hid arms mound unprotected in theiUh "Mr. Bun hett ran for Congress birpon after 10 minutes play nt Jupiter girjs in unfreqii'iitHd streets and hug known that there are two accomplish-- tLtLO Q ments possessed by them, with, which distKct last fall and got ueieate i. .ur, 1nlet, Florida. them till they pcream. at the .same time they can double dicouut any set of inEwell also ran anil was defeated. The liquor men swept Wichita, Kan trving to insert his Imnd into their bib IDZRUrO-G-IS&d dividuals on earth. a f.tfer plum than a Congiess- sas, in the city election, notwithstanding , . . l. .IT .... lowv bosom". !.l a... u. The Congregationalists here have W0I)UM) vo(e(l man's otlice afenisrewam Gov. Buckner lias granieu n panion land anil are preparing to build a iIrtVtU.n IIel Hog" hones soon to squeal with de- j Republic, ' over to George Davis mid Edward Horton. The DRUGS, B00K3, STATIONERY, light over something tat aim nice mm which the war grew, has ' been sold at two youths who were receive! nt the ?40,000 Industrial College, With this, College ami the excellent FANCY ARTICLES, &C belt. auction fnrc41,000. ..,riv si x .' penitentiary Beveral weeks Ago from tlie Baptist uui ri fr vLizwttwrsiv. If TfU foi common school sy.tom, Wi lUunshiirg l.7. Cocaine is now about and $7 Danville, under a feentencO for a year with n.iiiii.EY li:is d 'dined, I'hyICM prescription accumtnly rompaen.trd. I When it first eatno out it'wns nit,tiwtiiig a railroad trark Horton is will soon be not i nn educational cen, an ounce. thanks, to be banished to the further-tre. minister in ........ ...!., f !,. enrtb. and tells a eor - i -a00orS4(V)an ounce a son of a Congregational The mountains ar beginning to put -- ov Wilson, of West Virginia, at England The court appointed .. i .i,t be exnects to on their spring garb. The trees are rapan i ftrnnrnl Kentuckv. Hone . tacked got editor, and as ij usual in such Mr. Alex Ander-o- n ti defend thoin and idly budding out, the evergreens, with THE LAR8EST STOCK OF WATCHES, . . the worst of it. in the zeal of that etloit, after convicureast, out cases, the springs eternal in CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. heie and there a doswoo I blossom, and The Grand Opera House at St. n tion, he secured testimony suilldeiit to gallant jt-if lucre is any object to tlie the beautiful ivy, which grows no where Kver brought to tlm market. J'riee lower than Mo., burned; loss i?lu0,000. op induce the Governor to grant the paroral, he hail better scik-- jh """""yi. so luxurautly as in this section, give us the loweit, Watthei, Clock and Jewelry lie. don. and thirsting n(t,.r era troupe lost an they nail. paired on nhort'.ncilce and warranted. thanhe'hur.gerin a lemiiider that spring, made notorious m And now it is fc.tid that the s he can never obtain. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. by "Gentle Annie" In connection, has ban offered Mrs. .Stonewall Jackson really come, an th.it bleak Winter and dif- - the Richmond, Va postotllce. Tan bflik, a few miles from the track (Sen. Hewitt seems to have much Jack Fiot have left us for a season at Kdwin Booth was stricken dOwn i.s selling at rO per cord on tlie tree. question of juris-ticnlty in decidint: tlie tji- LvceumTheaterin infant,, aged two at least. Even the (lowers seem to be John I'raz-r- 's diction in his libel suits which have not (luring the play at , It's moth- inoi e forward here and it is no unusual Cov- X. V., with paralyuW. Weeks, died Monday night. been brought yet. M 'anwhilo the thing to see the fair sex with a beautiful Dr. Xeilfton caught the boss b.s er died last week. ' and Oweiisboroj inetnii Commonwealth nosegay, plucked from their own yards, Whitecap notiies liave been Served ouu(is ami Inquirer are walking around with chips .Saturday. It weighed 4 forms. Flow-ei- s advising adorning their angel-likshoulders daring, him to knock ' was i- -' inches long. Ba bourvillc Xews. on some parties near Brodhead on their and women are lovely thing", and During tlie extra .session of theen- - them to nind their ways. them off. I have seen so freIs Receiving His ate Harrison sent in .'S."0 niiDointinentw. Ditrick, the writing master, aftei when combined, as . i.i- scoreu a iiuiioua vnw a of w,jci,f fcave three were confirmed. teaching a two weeks' term at this place, quently since I have been here, present The democrats T. W. Osborne wrote 180 words with jumped the town Monday night without a sight the expression of which would ryin the Chicago municipal election more superlatives tuui I can com'P.iPliiv. electing their candidate i for n 'J , at Cillcinmitl in n mlnnto i settling hi- - boan bill. ,..,.-.... " F. C. W. , .um ..i. an)l Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed. Give him a Trial Judge mand. Mauled, at tho residence of mayor by over l',wu majoruj avt.ra, joi words in live minutes. grandfather, Thm. went republican ai uiu NoJohn and Edward Wade, brother, Cutter, the bride's Louis, which It is time for politicians who skulked vember election, elected a democratic quarreled near Falrview and the for- day evenimr, Mr. Will Carson, of A C SINK i N MEXEFEK. during the war H stop waving thebloody mer shot and fatally wounded tho latmayor by nearly to Miss Lottie Middleton. shirt when Gen. Sherman does a generYour special regarding Dan Slaugh- ous act for his old rebel enemy, Gen. Jothought he had donosomc-tliin- i; ter. John Rodgers, late deputy marthal As if he ter's drowning on the 1st was not swal- seph E. Johnson, in having him retainI)calcr In- smart in voting for Ilalstead's of Barhourville, has announced himself lowed here. knows that Kveiybody U. S. Commissioner of Railroads. because Watterson told hinito, a candidate for Clerk .of the Court of a more ed as when Dan goes oil" it wiH be in have tho There's an example worthy of imitation. Appeals. Senator Blackburn moved to dramatic manner than tumbling into an It is time to recognize tlie fact that the Etc., the rejection of the appointment vote on Supt. W. W. Wells, of the Cincin-na- old well. carry. aged last war is over. Cincinnati Post. , died ))ia,U. nubile, but it failed to .Southern, with headqilarters at ! John gladden, Business-ma..dejectedly) "My dear, Creek. D. W. Black front the municipal elec- Somerset, died Wednesday of inflamma- week on Skags Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, Tiu- returns Wife victories tory rheumatism and Thomas Million, of Richmond, were I mortgaged this house tions in Ohio stiow democratic "Five A1T33 last week. MAt- Tike "Mortgaged O! How muoh?" Reel Big'gerstaffand Chailes Claik, at Sheriff1 Jones' ,M.nluiTi. i It H UHuniiy, "'. ') ne.irl IMulli.nn l.nl a rnu. wlin rlot, tl... cut a cedar tree at Pine Hill, and while thousand dollars." "Isn't that grand? Cedar and Locust Posts. case that the um m, i.t ,1111.3 trying to jmsh it down it fell on him. Now yon can buy methatdiainond'neck ...., .. t,afr,,i,i... ...... ijui. ill ,i l.uiiihrr Vrd, We will carry a lull tiit k cferrvtH n fo mil 11 i H't. Ia it doesnt amount to a I.l. cratio .when lace. A. C SI.N'i: inrx Miinj;er. tatnbt on his opponent. hurting him severe' or not of'plns whether bhe does Mu-lter, Tite mvsterlous murder of the girl, Lexington, U creating creat excitement. Tom O'Brien, who murdered young Metcalfe not long ago, is n jail to await an examining trial and Lizzie Adams, a prostitute, has been ar rested on tho strength Of a pair of lend en knucks found in her possession with blood on them. That O'Brjen is guilty of tho cowardly murder grows in popular belief. It has been ascertained that he was secretly married to tho girl, and Dr. F. O. Young swears that not long since ho came to him for medicine to produce an abortion. A foetus was found on post mortem examination ami numerous notes from O'llry-awere found in hertrunk. Itlsthonght that the girl wanted him in view of her approaching maternity, to recognize her as his wife and when she persisted he murdered her. A shawl was tied around her mouth to prevent her screams being heard, aild her skull was mashed almost to a pulp. four-month- s, n J f i is Impossible towcuretho tion of White Caps in the North. Those recently on trial ai i.eauenworm, aim., n ..i...... ..i i.i... nil ilil'VU liriuvn. HUVtt Michigan elected the lepnhllcan tit'ket ns usual and ndoplcd an amendment to her constitution increasing the governor's pay from 51,000 to $4,000. Tho Democratic County Committee, of Bourbon has already set the time for n primary election to nominate candidates for ednnty olllces to be elected next vear. 1 ho Cincinnati Kmiuirer fooled all the old soaks on the 1st by advertising beer at 2 cents a glass at a certain saloon. Tho street eouhlhardly hold the crowd -- It convlc-BettieShea.- at A number of cJinnges and transfers will occur among the night operators at the end of the week. Jack Owens, the young man who lost a leg a short time since while braking on tho road, has been brought home V to Brodhead. W. P. Baker, formerly postmaster at London, has hi cured his old quarters, having been appointed under the new administration Wednesday. P. Barrett and family have moved to Indian Tenitory. Mrs. Arch died lint week of Five additions to the church at last week during Rev. L. P. Johnson's services. O. W. Baker is in Louisville this week. JniiH" Humley will go into tho tobacco business nt Brodhead. A pot and telegraph otllco will shortly he opened at the quarry near Wildie. A number of substantial buildings have been ortcted by the propiietor, John M. tor hoarding houses and otllces. d witn a A contract has Just heeii Washington City firm fort furnishing building sjone, whioh to get oat will the work of 100 hands for six mouths. Me-Oui- f child-birt- New-Hop- N. Y. Early Rose, N. Y. Peerless, N. Y. Beauty of Hebron, N. Y. elo-e- Burbank te '8, r SEED POTATOES ! vi-it- ed WhiteiYellow Onion Sets The Best Seed Sweet Potatoes. 1 W.....K-M.- 1 party-pass- e y. 1 1 -- d GARDEN- 83EE im PAPEM as-sli- a k e i t I ...- ..- - 111 AB T. H. BUJL.IK, j tiist-elas- s , j Scafhells fr Walks, f pra-en- ts i i e j I Ilurtoti, Clerk. v us . l"-"- " j court-hous- e - B9 Mo WE A MEM, I I ji y- - F - - 1 1 " Furniture and Undertakers' Goods one-ha- lf stand-iMjin- t, re-u- lt Assorted Stoek of Tlie Iarjcst, Cheapest and Wall Paper, Ilorder, Celling Decorations and Window Shades J HTDBSTHUCTIBLB ne-gi- 1 BUM AX CASKET, m-- here h-- art 1 CJ PffiOTSre - T vTIE'W'IEIjIEilR,. A 1 m pur-chase- d j I tSB2M fr mu-c-e- JHH.-n.nu- i "'h""" hu-ni- Jo-A- n h, j pie-ide- flesh-pot- 1 1 - Ho Co MUFILIJIT, Roeh-ster- e MERCHANTTAILOR SUMMER ....... SPRING AND GOODS. tvim-urit- i i -- I Brod-hea- SINE & MENEFEE, Laths, Shingles, DOORS AKTD BklJVTDS ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, C-S1SH, ti n ." - PATENT WIRE SLAT TE1TCE, 111 kj - j. ,SU J'i a. i t ktjM,.? M., : , A Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal Snngulno Democrats. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, STANFOKt), KY. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. MT. VBKNON, KY. Thn Oninlin KMilillcan I um been talk-iwith our Saiiiuvltiiiil prinlH tho Woll drlltetl lo order ami Pumps furmthnt factory prices, 30 Thl old and Hotel (till maintain ins Id fine reputation. Charge! reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. at At, 1. NKWCUMII, Prop., ' Ml. Vernon, Ky. 83-1- Col. .Sum Harriett linn a Mory whleh lie tells to illustrate the vitality of the riomocratio party. Tliere wan, m'coriliiij. to the Htory, u certain county in California which contained at onu time lint Nowport Nows Is Mississippi Valloy Co. three ricniocriita. Tliewi wi-ra ranch, man of hoihc proinini'iice, aHaloon-kceBY DAYLICHT cranri aririinken Mlioemaker. In npitc through the CANONS ol NEW fUVFR anjocrct tht) of tlielr poverty in point of nutiibern, ALLEOIIANIES and the CLUi RIDGE, patilnq WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS other rummer llcortt ol the IliUlittlulmiiri never failed to become Alleghany Mountain andVirginia. In onthuHiaNtlc, anient and dually ollcn-KivFINEST 5UOEH CLIMATS IN AUESIJA. in each campaign, National, Stale Obierratlon from Kanawha Fall or local, The ill ways everything title (Breakfast Car Supper) from April Is Charlotte to lit to Decern up 10 iiu close or the polls on the riay ber UL of the i lection. They would tan I lit ONLY SOLID TRAINS l!h PULLMAN CARS tin) polling booth and challcngm in u every rionhtful voter. They made frequent Loulivlllo, Cincinnati, and Loxlneton, t: visiM to tin Hiloon, alway.s ivtnnilnir ' w'.lh renuweri aulor and enthusiasm When the r.turns bcjj.ui t come in, C3I HliowiiiK that Ihe county had hoiio overwhelmingly ivpiihliain, this trio were in no hiisi' depivssi'd ' i.itflTi11t. VTrti "Walt till you htuir from the State, Connect In tame depot In Washington lor p'titli'incn,'" the niuchm.iii would re t mark with anairof conlldeiicetliat could BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, not lie asx uiie d. NEW YORK. I p u j KenfMyGentral R. "JIIjUJC OHA88 UQUTJC" THE SHORTEST AND From R. QUICKEST ROUTE CENTRAL KENTUCKY To all I'ointft FAST LINE & UETWEEN LEXINGTON CINCINNATI. I, SCIIKDUt.K IN KFFF.CT MAK No. 7. South-Hound 1, 18.,. I I '1 N- - 4- Nil 6. I'.x rAii7i'.T; I" jr. Sun. 7 o i) 10 p m 10 14 111 11 111 'ally. 55 P ml Sun. 30pm "wnii till you hear IhelluurcHfroin 'Kris LYNCHDURC, P "' DANVILLE, eo n!t v and I h rest of the State." And all point In No. 3. "That'll bo news you nets won't want VIRGINIA rind NORTH CAROLINA. . 1 ii..rt.nH ii cia a in to hear," the riI(.ii. keep r would add. -E- XCURSION 10 5 a in TICKETS IN SEASON- .- i. .....,, M..M..j TIm St it return would sho.v the usArr Kklimwid... 114 a in ual result; everything hopelessly repub ! . SUnferd .. ... am r an . KASTWAHI) tin a in Fx SiinKx. Sun IMil Arr Ki limoml.., 11 to a in ne' ' ' l.ve kiclimoniTT. "W.ll. boys, you have t us in the l.ve Lexington ' i$ p iti 6 50 a m 11 no pm 11 ;s mil 600pm Arr tt'iiuhesicr 3 10 p in 7 4J a m WineheMrr State," the rauchmitu would observe; I jj pin 03 pm 7 00 pm Arr-- I'arU -. 3 5 m -- , P "' 87 -) am i t So pm; 1 47 pm , . t ,. "but, thank tusl! we have clceteri our " Ml Merllnu -"- " Prrttsn 3 30 p m 7 35 am 3 30 p in 11 3, amj 1. nu ll ,.... .. , v my ,'. l.ve I'aru.. 4 10 p in 8 35 a m; o p ni " Mere head I am I'resideiit." Jim' ? !J S? ' M"iTisr" 5 'J P mi 10 08 a ml 4 is p m " K. K Junction .. a to mn J 3 J5 6 W) in II 35 a ml 7 15 p m Then the shiHiiunker would conllrm 3 i am rtniau. U Cincinnati 6 30 p inn 45 a ni 7" 15 p m the grounds or the muchuiau'H tlianks-kIvIii- j: " Ctlllt)iiri: .... j 15I am MUrS-JJ-y an ' lltimincton an im. jn j ) CtarleiKHi ....! hi On thcMayivillr Ilranch, Koo. leavtt I'arU at os HII y remarklnu: ' Knunwha Falls ' I s am III in mn! 8 40, a m and No. 11, at 545. p m, arriving at ' Clifton F'orir.... Yes, Keiitleinen, old llnmtio Seymour jf pm b am Mj)viIIc at 11 oj, a in, and tin, n m. No. to " Biaunimi, .. leave Mayitillc at $.55 a m, arriving at I'aru at j JB pm 11e 13 urn has 'w in' his race hands dou n, h has .iwrininiii(!. , j 40 hii jo am Bro.am. No. u leaves ,Mayvill M 115 and 4n inn S t Hfl arm as at Paris t 3 50, p in. Theae trains are mrrle.1 mighty ulKh everv Xnrlliurn Arr Waahtnton North-Mouth. "Yes," the Minx-make- r would'chliiieiu, Direct route to l.ve Cincinnati . 810 l.ve Covington.... I 8 jo 0 48 l.ve Falmouth. 11 to Arr Lexington.. 10 Arr '11 10 l.ve rant Arr Wincheiter., t 15 (u Arr Itichmond.. . Arr Lancaster, S 10 00 Arr .Stanford.'. . 05 l.ve Richmond Arr Keren Ar l.cxinittun... 5 45 lri Ju am am am m . p m l t" p m p in p ' S i m l 13 p ml 4 o; p m iS p m! 5 40 p m 30 p in JS Pin $ 45 P in 17 p 111 "5P m m 35 fa. (( A. J j 7 35 P m - j...... si n".JZ lie-ill- '" in Ix-u- 1 t- -- 11 f ' 1 I State." - ' ,'"-"f- I'lnUa-ulnhi- 5 "Tliattheicisii fact," voiivof thesnliKui-keepor- , Ids comrades. And, so the story went on; thewe men cnutlniicri their hopes ami their itlloriH, in spite of hiiocomvc iriverwt which would liav.. destroyed nnlinnry pertle. The slio maker riled in a drunk, en fit. The hUooii-ke;-K-- r killed a man and was sentenced to the penitentiary. Hut the ranchman lived anil preserved ins ireiHlom Ioiik itiinuuh to ehiscoun-try irivearictnixfiiitfe majority. In llMit event he was killed by a pruymjtluro of anvils. rilM-har- c would be the never failing ' Klcliiuosd. Va.. ' New Viirk.... . o ' OldPoiiitCoiiiforl 9 in i uin am pin I"" daily except Sunday. ID . t . I" I" Slindard tlnir. Trains east nf Ittnti nsttttt are 1111 on luiitarn time. Fast Kprcs leaving Lexinutan at, 11 cm pm iiutwi I'uiiuin iiuiict .Slcepini? enr to inr an tiaiir ini' 1, points North, Kati and U'eit W'ashlnittsn rhnnge I nrui;n tickets ami li.iKige, checked to any i ait .Mail Icavmi; Loipyton dally nxeepl Sun- da1) li.u Pullman Sltx'per llunlinxtoii to Char destination reached ty a railroad. For full narticulars address unvtsnnt nl ihr Cn lours villi.--, Aeotmmodatian lor Winchester, lt. StVrllni: K. 1I.IIACON, .S. f; II.MOK.SK, and Olive 111 leaves Lexington daily uxceut Travcllntf Pass's' r Airt., Ocn'lil'asiVrAct., t.exinfiton, Ky. Sunday. Covington, Ky. Ask fur tickets via N. N A-- M. V. Cn.'s lines. ' H.K IIU.VI INCTON, r.eneral ManaKer. IVr mlsrmatioa in renrd lit rales etc., apply to (5F.NKKA1. OFFICES I. I. MlUl'IIV.CJcVI. l'ai..ABt. Chamhcr of Comuu-rclliilldinc, Cincinnati, O. J 0 VAKUINOION . I.etnf I,,,,, Ky. 1 I m 1 8 js am, I Mills west of so; FasOlallit Ketiirnlut; I'att lUpn-- u arrives I.nxineton so pm and Accommodation ltnntlu;tnn arc run on Central s Kulinoutfi 600am; arrive CincinNo. nati 8 10 am; except Sunday I rain .Notes: Mo 1 runs ilaily bit ween I.exine. ,on and Cincinnati. Nu 4 runs daily Iietwi-cnd l..xinH)ii. Nu niul 6 male connections at t'inch enter A orpni Isonlhe N N A-- M V Ity A. ' 4 niaVcs thi. c nne(tiou at Lexington. IMPOKTANP. Tralnsof tins line now arrliJTS mr a.' n'1 depm frmn the Central Union Panengpr ;o(im: No. 41 I rates Islington 10 15 am j arrii- - Paris j am: except Sunday. No 8 lint o Cincinnati 500 pm;armpsKlmoulli except Sunday. '"' ,i' f e "ttBrrrrttfrfTin' tfiwu'io TiepwED-oi-r- wiP ; gtTTrtmitnii'i''ii mmm THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, SUPPLEMENT. KYM APRILS, 1889. At tho funeral of her mother in Now York, a little toddled to tho collln and over it whispered, "Mamma, (lore's lots o' nice peoplo here, dit up and see 'em." No answer coming to her, she turned and said to her listeners, "My inatnma is very sleopy and I know she's sorry not to see you all, but I'll tell her." Then wondering that they, too, made no answer, and alarmed by the tears she saw on every cheek, she ran to her father who clasped iter in his arms. four-year-old The United States Senate has. divided itself into several conunitteeH of five, seven and nine for summer junketing Finding Out His Standing. purposes. Ten or twelve of these spec.""Klmlfiir ial committees have been authorized to It was a young man of South Iloston investigate almost everything under tho wli'o spoke, his words fraught with meancanopy. Their expenses, palace cars, ing, and a look of terrible earnestness plastered on IiIh brow. Tliu maiden hotel bills, clerks, secretaries, messengers mid bootblacks are paid out of tho whom lio Hum addressed was seated on contingent fund. This is tho dignified an elegant ottoman of raw silk andpliish. It was tlio flrrtt time Gawgo bad railed way the Senate sponges on thoTreasury. no more resembles tho Senate in tho her by her first natno and a blush of ter- It palmy days of its glory than a cocking ra cotta red tore its wny over her cheek. "Klmira," Haiti the young man tenderly, , man Booth's Hamlet. It is a corpora-- ! owned institution, and "I have been ratling, ofi'nnd on, in this with the new States enter eight more Iioiiho for tin1 last years. May I hope corporation lawyers and attorneys. " Unit you no longerthink of me turn A tender light camo into tho Pittsburgh Tost. . young girlH eyes, but she said nothing. Seedy Looking Stranger (to proprietor "I do not think it is ronceit when I ofdiine museum) "I am tho only man say that you have led mo to believe by in the country that predicted Harrison's your actions that I am not distasteful to cthiti'-- right. What am I worth to you you? Nay, even," and here his dct p, per week?" manly voice took a tone that thiilled Proprietor "You guessed it correctly, Jut to her loudly beating heart, "that did you?" you think well of me?" Stranger "Called the turn on it exactThe young girl lifted statuesque ly two months ago. Here's the sheet of head, ami with a teardrop glinting ami piper I wrote the names (town on." glistening on her long opalisque eyelids, Proprietor (admiringly) "I couldn't replied: afford to give you what you are worth. ."Yes, Gawge!" Hut I have a brother who publishes a "Then, that'snll right," said the young paper, and is looking for tho right kind man briskly. "I want to marry your . of a man to edit tho circulation adida-- I lister, so I thought I would see that I vits. Go and tell him your story. Chi-' was all square with the family before cago Tribune. I tost , g I 1 1 strait-ger?- j I t Take two tumblers 0110 filled half full of salt water, and 0110 filled half full of fresh water. Put a fresh Cgg in tho tumbler of fresh water. It will sink to the bottom. Put it in tho tumbler of salt water and it will floaton top. Carefully pour the brine through a long funnel to tho bottom of the tumbler containing tho fresh water. The fresh water will rise to the top and the egg will lie directly in the middle ot the glass, poised between tho two. hr J 1 proposed !" on Iteeord. ' How toMakb a Will A duty which every man owes to his family is" the making of a will. An instrument of this kind ran be drawn by any intelligent KTMn and will be admitted to probate in all courts, providing the document is in writing, ami signed at the end by the testator, or some person in big pivMiire ami by his direction, in tho presence of two witnesses at least, who must Mihscrihe and attest the will in his pn seuce. The signature must be so placi J at, after, following, under or beside or opposite the end f the will that it shall be apparent that the testator intended to give elleet by the signatun' to the writing signed as bis will. A pro-vi- 'i oi of this kind will save annoyance and expeiiHe ami prevent litigation after Ibe deiiHKe of many fathers of families w bo bad too much" faith in the good nature of their oll'spring, forgetting the old saying that where money interests begin familv interests end. J , ' i I On the lrtth of March, 1SSH, A. .1. Foster, of the Boyd's creek country, re- -' solved to save every dime that came into bis pocket for a year. On the 10th of thN month Mr. Foster disgorged his dimes and the result was a surprise to himself as it will be to everyone who ever tries the same plan. His savings weighed 4 pounds in dimes, and nnm- -j bered 820 dimes, and amounted to JS'J.liO. This is food for some solid reflection in what become of all the dimes and nick-- . els which come in and go out of a man's pocket unsaved in the course of a year. Georgetown Times. Klder V. Iios tells the following: "Once upon a time a gentleman of another denomination introduced Ids (the pastor's) friend as follows: 'Let me introduce you to a reformed preacher,' whereupon Mr. Ix)os responded: 'You have doubtless heard of and probably met 'reformed drunkards,' 'reformed gamblers' and other reformed people, but doubt-lea- s you now see before you for the first time a 'reformed preacher.'" I). The German Government recently sent a spy to this country to see how we stood to resist a probable war with it. On his return this conversation is alleg ed to have taken place: Bismarck ''Dot spy is no goot. I discharge him. he do?" "He do nodding; lie von lazv feller. I zent him to dot American states to spy out dere forts, itnd ho come back mid stay he not vind any." at llowfuniiyaliuelookswitlioutauyspaees! Isaac Murphy, the winning jockey, gets $10,000 a year from Lucky Baldwin and makes about $5,000 more on outside Corpora! Tanner lias neither the mounts. He does not drink swear, lie breadth of mind, tho soundness of judg- or bet, and is said to have better control ment nor the capacity for administra- of his horse than any other rider. tion that the position demands. He has "So you are running a prohibition pato commend him only bis ardor as a grand army man, which ho has long per in Iowa now?" "Yes, and doing been eager tfl turn to political account, well. See this cane? It was presented and bis disposition to distribute the sur- to nie by tho local Prohibition Club. plus in pensions and the public oflices "It's a beauty." "You bet it is, and it in political rewards. New York Times. holds a pint." T-rr- i" -- 1 vT w i. -: J" ". C'-n f, . ;;r o -- r ' A number of changes and transfers I It Is impossible to wenrotheconvic-Bettl- e Tub mysterious murder of tho girl, ? tile North. Those will occur among the night operators at White Caps Shea, at Lexington, is creating Interior Journal great excitement. Tom O'Brien, who tion of oh trial at in Leauenworth, Ind., the end of the week. recently murdered vniini Metealm not lomr auo. have all been cleared. Jack Owens, the young man who elected tho republican Stanford, Ky., April 5, 1889 is in (all to await an examining trial and Ith'ket as usual and adopted an amend lost u leg a shoit time since while brak ing on the road, has liven brought home Lizzie Adams a prostitute, has been arrested on the strength Of n pair of lead ment to her constitution increasing the to Biodhead. W. P. Baker, formerly postmaster at W. Pw WALTON, en knueka found in her possession with governor's pay from S1.000 to $4,000. The Deinociatie County Committee, London, has st cured his old tjnarters, blood on them. That O'Brjen is guilty of Bourbon has alreadv set the time for having been appointed under the new murder grows in SUPPLEMENT. of tho cowardlyhas been ascertained popu- a primary election to nominate candi administration Wednesday. . lar belief. It that P. Barrett ami family have moved he was secretly married to tho girl, and dates for county otlices to be elected tja-Gen UoYntoN, the Conmierciul to Indian Territory. Mrs. Arch Me- Dr. F. 0. Young Hwears that not long next vear. zvtte's Washington correspondent, has The Cincinnati Kmiuirer fooled all Uuire died last week of child-birtbeen delving in tho musty records of Die since he came to him for medicine to the old soaks on the 1st by advertising rFive additions to the church at New produce an abortion. A war department since tho Senate refused beer at 2 cents a glass at a certain saloon. Hope last week found on post mortem examduring llev. L. P. Johnto confirm HaMead as MinUter to Ger foetus was The street could hardly hold the crowd son's services. O. W. Baker is in Louisination rttul numerous notes from O'Bry-amany; and finds that ritttnb, tho Kanthat jammed thither. ville this week. James Humley will go . were found in her trunk. Itisthought sas erotic, who voted against tho conThe First National Hank of Mohorly, only charged but that the girl wanted him in view of her Mo., makes the 4,00011 national bank into tho tobacco business at llroithead. firmation, was not A pot mid telegraph ottiie will shortrecognize her convicted of conspiring to rob and rob- approaching maternity, to organized since the introdmtiou of the ly be opened m the iiuanv near Wildie. as his wifo and when she persisted he bing one Crenshnw, whom ho had national banking system. Of thee, A number of HibM.mtiiil buildings have while he was provost marshal in murdered her. A shawl was tied around are now in operation. been erected by the proprietor, John M. her mouth to prevent her screams being Kansa?, vonsoine trumped up charge. The State.Board of Kijualization has Mueller, for hoarding houses nnd otlices, Whihf in prison an agent of Plumb heard, nild her skull was mashed almost completed its labors and announces that A contract hiHJut been closed witn a to a pulp. made him sign a bill of sale for 100 catthe total value of taxable property in Washington City firm for furnishing tle and ;Whogs; sum named in the bill of Stini.kv has at last been heard from. the State is W01,24tl,22.S an increase building ione, which to get out will sale was $(550, anil ho was to get SloObnt He started from Yambuya Juno 28, 18S7, over last year of nearly $!,000,000. work of 100 hands for six never tot a cent. Ho was also made to nil nffi'h lllifiilil linnluliiiiu r'ii'liil Al- The oyster" dredging season eloed 20 mu'es and blrrt xyium Aug. '.", 1SS3. Beginning Tuesday. The time for the tonguing mouths. sign another ljill of sale for 11 head 6f horses for the sum of SI, 200, the march with IW) oflieers and men he and scraping will expire on April loth. The I. J. Man at Williamsburg. , , jt, 1?, f, ., (,..s.,rt:on8 for which he never received a c m or About 0,000,0000 bushels of oysters haw The combination of mishaps which tho promise of any. Hi y then n ale 8cknee8an(1 hMQi wltj, tiie natives been received at Baltimore during the the editor has fallen heir to lias kept him siirn a bill of sale for oS mules ami ,mvi r.Him-tt- l me from visiting this pla'ce as frequenthis armv to tliat extent. season. Dakota and Minnesota were visited ly of late as I would have innili! him write an order to Biker in The relief of Kinin Pasha was successful and Clinton county, Mo., who had the mules ly accomplished, after one of tho most re- Tuesday by a blizzard, accompanied by it was quite a treat when was told in possession for the o.all of which markable expeditions of modern times. low temperature and terrific prairie tlre. Tuesday morning by the unfortunate were taken and for none of which he The men lived principally on fruits and resulting in great damage to property. gentleman above referred to, that I ever received a cent. Plumb and his snails during the 14 months and for days There was but little lors of life so far as might spmnl a couple of days with tinallies were tried bv court marshal. lie at a time did not get even that means of reported. people in this jmit of the 'tate. I came Druid Hill Park, in Baltimore, seem got oft" with being relieved of his post, sustaining life. For 100 days the party to William-bur- g for moie than while his dupes got 10 years in the pen- passe through a continuous wilderness, to be the Mecca for suicides. Pcofnasor one. knew that Common IV.ts Court itentiary. A splendid specimen for a but finall' reached the land of promise Devon, who killed hiumlf thre the was in ami I would very probaSenator is Plumb, but we suppose that and plenty, where for l;j days the men other day, is the 221 person who ba.s bly trike crowd to "work oil," ami tin-rsince thepaik un- I aNo knew, even with his record he is as good as reveled on fowls, goat, bananas, corn, killed himself oi rather remembered the ' public. opened to the aveWe of his constituency. the kind treatm-sweet potatoes, yams, beano, &e. The and liberal pitronage Ed Conger sneaked up behind his calling a constitution-- . letter is in Stanley's own hand and is wif as.s!' sat playing the piano in Lou- which I met with when first I present-e- l Tiik question of thrillingly realistic. myewue which was really th Itk-iiio..IN-- nl convention is to be voted upon again isa Newton's house of in CincinJmnx i.'- -, iu the mountains of Kenthe August election. It carried at nati and drove a knife into her heart. tucky. I at Tin: editor of the Biehinond Climax like Willimnshurg tor the the last election under the methods pre- virtually admits the Bolster's charge, He had forced her to a life of diuni- and it ill. t I.I..1. f .. .j .........-- ! .....I bill, and if a favor- that ho took a o column ad. one week for . . set ibed by the Oifutt ien got jealous ot ber. a 11 mj klii "i ""- -" able voteis triven in Auirust the next SO and sends his paper 0 months for 25 -- The "bum" element of Cottonwood it fni Unit rifi.tin ' iull' . few others that try to reciprocate hv legislature is required to pass a law cents, ami then in another part of his P.llta trillions lllflefnt II IV'Alll.lll tfft?fr III railing for a convention, the delegates to paper gets oir some alleged wit about tlii Helil !W ii Kite on Jhe finr fcer. Iml tin. pnttbife Into the bauds of her peottle It ws jnct six literature. which will be chosen at the August elec- keeping coal in his safe in winter and "better element turned the point of the vears ago that I first laid ves on this tion next year. These must meet with- beer in summer. If he keeps on at that joke bv electing Mrs. Minnie Morgan Sea Arc. Graves, " place, which wms then a rugged, dlrtv in three months after their appointment rate it wont bo long before be will have .Mavor, and a female Board of AMeniu-n- . 1.201 iuhiltibints '.settlement of l.OJl-iI). It. Anthonv, a brother of thi-- i and perform the work for which they neither coal nor beer to nut in that safe ,. , , , ,i ...... iiiiiiiiiv k.j Kiiru iii were selected. The instrument they and tho sheriff will be its custodian. Bun ,:.!:;: ::; ??.s32?.vss. swssr and only Susan, was defeated fur tlie eity like it novv propose will then be submitted to the it is none of our business, further than mayor of Leaven woith, Kas., by a demo. ni.-l- i with a on to :J,iV0. work I nil popular vote and if adopted we shall we dislike to see a good man go down to crat by' over $,Q(ft. Fmm one window in ntv hotel I run Fresh Brown Leghorn Eggs for Sotting. .1 ... fw l.i.M l.,I...V l.l.l II... II.X.l.l--- l Itlllull constitution. have a new !, IIIV early death needlessly. lil IUI IIUI IflUkltll, mho Meeiiit-iiiiii'iiiiu' (f , , listen to her and vat ed almost wouldn't an-- i cupolas lowering at nigu s me Or course everybody knew that the The. adjourned sine die Tues- - solidly against him. chain of mountains which makes a story vnt out from Washington that (lav afternoon. It in minor.. ii tlmt tin. Assembly rushed The Tenne-se- e Main and Somerset Gen. Bradley and his friends went into pri.K-n- t inten.ls to send Halstead to through both Houses the Durtch Elec- beautiful backgrouiiil a short distance beyond; fr'j-i- i another window I look , . t, eestaeies over his appointment to the Gt.rmanv (lurin aniJ tion Bill, which provides for the Austra, an Imposing Corean Mibsion ami celebrated the event ate try its hand witli him again next lian system of balloting, and the Myers upon tin Il.iptist Clleg-three-storstructure, in which h0 stu sundry potations at Decemlwr. His rejection seems to have in numerous and Bill. The education qualithe Biggs House bar, was a lie manufac- made quite an important personage out fication required by the former menuie dents arc jwiring over their books, and tured out of whole cloth. The general of Halstead. He is now spoken of as will disfranchise a large number of igno- still from another window (for this room is most excellently ventilated) I see the has taken butono drink since arriving in governor of Ohio, U.S. Senator and ev- rant voters in the State. stately nnd the gently Mowso unlike erything else in sight. and that The assessors' returns from all t'-- ing Cumberland, which nearly Dealer In encircles what he is used to in Kentucky, it counties in Kentucky show a total of the town, with just a quarter of a BrnniETT, the new mile S. Marshal for made him sick and he did not dare to d in .. 22,iWl,421 pounds of tobacco .. i tr. . i... is a snoemajcer i I.umhcr Co ' rveimicKy, in traue. lie 1SSS, ascoinpired with 117,2.s2,h70 lbs. lurther the try a secomL will therefore likely make a botch of the mammoth saw an I planing mill, which STANFORD, KY. In addition to the standard required ofhee as shoemakers who fail ro stiek to for lS.s.7, or an increase for ISsS over ranks with the largest in the country in the present school cousse, the Super- the last rarely make a success in other lh!)7 of liV),04S"45 pounds. In other There are besides these named many words the crop of lhsS is nearly two ami intendent of Public Instruction an- u vocations. other important features winch make times larger than that of 1S.s7. IScst tho State board of educanounces that Williamsburg a deci ledly plc.is.mt place, Everything seems to be going our both from a soci tl an I business standThe suggestion of Bradley for the Ber-liVall tion has ordered that all applicants to mission, begins to look a little like way jut now. The result of the Rhode point, but I iviP not mention them for teach shall be examined on theeleinents V1iicIoav as contained in the the fair thing, but he will hardly get Island election is not d- finitely known, fear that tho-- e who know nothing of the of civil covernnint Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is Constitution of the U. S., and of the there. The cabinet aspirant is likely to but.'W out of W towns, not including place might think I deal in flattery. full and complete. We call special attention to our of July get further snubbi-- if he keeps on at it. Providence, show a plurality for Davis, State of Kentucky, on the 5th There are lawri-- i here from almost democrat, for governor, over bis highest every section and they all seem to b do hold certificates or next, whether they NEWS CONDENSED. opponent The Legislature will be re ing well. I hud th- - h mor t? to not. Teachers had therefore better besit with Immigrants to the number of I.S70 publican, though the majority will be tl meinbers of th Imr at one al and to gin posting themselves. The best Casket of the kind ever invented. reduced. arrived nt Castle Garden Tuesday. room with :5. If I thought it a true max Jack, the Ripper. Jack, the Kisser. Embalming under the most approved method when desired. Tiik appointment of Drury K. There is a straight tip out that J. A. im that evil co nunnniitioin corrupt and otlier jacks have Lad their day and good of Lawrence county, to be U. S. Kason, of Iowa, is to monils, I should certainly be uneagt the J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. now comes Jim, the Hugger. He is purMarshal of Kentucky, will carry some mission. sy about my own, fnr wherever the t Bed Hog." suing ids bent in Louisville and his plan of the "Little joy to th" .Mr. Cleveland landed a,!J pound name "lawyer' is known, it is also is to throw bis arms mound unprotected Mr. Bimhettran for Congress in theilth tarpon after 40 minutes plav at Jupiter glrls in tinfrequ-nte- d ling known that there are two accomplish-ment- s 1. streets and Mr. distr'ctlast fall and got debate Inlet, Florida. possessed by them, with, which tliein till they scream, at the same time they can double Ewell also ran nnd was defeated. Bur-- J The liquor men swVjit Wichita, Kan-sa- , any set of into insert his bund into their bil- chett uet a f.it'er plum than a Congressin the city election, notwithstanding trying &o ' dividuals on earth. lowv bosoui. man's office as his reward and the "Litt'e S00 women voted. me longregaiiouausis neie nav- Gov Buukner has granted a pardon Bed Hog" hones soon to squeal with land and are preparing to build a the Haytien over to George Davis Mild Edward Hortou. something fat and nice him- which DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, the war grew, linn- been at 'two youths who weie received at the 510,000 Industrial College. With this, self. auction for 541,000. tho Baptist College ami the excellent penitentiary eveml weeks ago fiom FANCY ARTICLES, &C Cocaine is now about 50.75 ami $7 lunville, under a sentence for a year for common cbonl .y9tem, Wi liiiiisburg Itpv. Bhuh.ey has d 'dined, with . I as an educational cen. prrtrnpiioi.i accurtlcly Horton is will soon be not thanks, to lie banished to the further-mo- t an ounce. When it first came out it was ' obstructing a railroad trar-k' $300 or 5400 an ounce jaonofa Congregational minister in tre. ends of the earth, and tells a cor- uo Wilson, ot u est irgmiar at-- 1 ex, The mountains r beginning to put England. The court appointed respondent that lie expects to succeed) Kentucky. Hope, tacked an editor, and as is Usual in such ' Mr. Alex Anderson to defend thoin and on their spring gaib. The trues sue rapiinetncr as irovernorof THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, ' ' in the hu'it in breast, but eases, got the worst of it. i the zeal of that dibit, after convic- - idly budding out, the evergreens, with The Grand Opera House at bt. Jo- - tion, he cecured testimony there a dogwool t and CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. to heieand if lucre is any object to the gallant n mu., oumeo; a op induce the Governor to grant the par- - the beautiful ivy, which grows no where Evtr brought to thi market. Ince lower than cr.il, he hal better sei. on a ceruiinty,; so luxurantly as in this section, give us troupe lost all they had. the lowett. Watchti, Clocki and Jewelry He. don than be hungering and thirsting after u lemiuder that pring, made notorious paired on hart)noilce and warranted. Ami now it is said that the pre!- lie can never obtain. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. by "(ientle Annie " iu connection, has 'lent has offered Mrs. Stonewall Jackson : Ges. Hewitt seems to have much dif- - the Biclimond, Va.. postotlice. Tanbaik, a few miles from the track really come, an I that bleak Winter and Edwin Bootli was stricken ilown is elling at - per cord on the tree. Jack Fio't have left us for a season at tlculty in deciding the question of juris-- l diction in his libel suit", which have not jluringthe play at the LvceumTheaterin infau, aged two at least. Even the (lowers seem to be John Fra.-r- 's N. Y., with paralysis, It's mot I- moie forward here and it is no unusual been brought yet. M anwhllo the CovWeeks, died Monday night. l)r. Neilson caught the boss bass ter died last week. ' and Owcnsboroj thing to see the fair hex with a beautiful ingtou Commonwealth Inquirer are walking around with chips Saturday. It weighed 44 pounds and Wliitecap notiies Jiave been serred nosegay, plucked from their own yards, forms. Flow News. on some parties near urouneau auvismg adorning their angel-likon their shoulders daring him to knocR was 22 inches long, . .. . .1 ii....: ers and women are lovely things, and mi; e.Miii hessiou oi me sen- them to mend their ways. them off. ate Harrison sent in ."WO appointments, aftui w hen combined, as I have seen so freDitrick, the writing Is Receiving His The democrats scorcil a famous victo- - all of which, save three were confirmed. teaching a two weeks' term at this place. quently since I have been, here, present , ry in the un.cago .......;., T. w. Uaborne KWiQ ,t Jumped the town Monday night without a sight the expression of which would Tuesday, electing their candidate for a tyttr,tw,lt Cincinnati in a minute, settling hN board bill. more superlatives thnti I can com mayor by oyer 12,000 majority, and St. am, awul ,n m f E. C. W. Mairied, at tho residence of Judge mand. Goods Warrantedand a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial Louis, wliich went republican at the No- v.Uvnri1 Wn.1a , ,.',.,..,. , -rftlltl UIUUII-ISCarter, the bride'H grandfather, Thins- It is time for politicians who skulked vember election, elected a democratic ijuarreled near Pairview and the for- day evening, Mr. Will Carbon, of A C SINK during the wnr ti stop waving tho bloody J N .Mr.NF.FEE. mayor by nearly 2,000. mer shot and fatally wounded tho latto MUs Lottie Middltton. ter. regarding Dan Slaugh- shirt when (ten. Sherman does a generYour'speeial As if he thought ho had done someJohn Bodgers, late deputy marshal ter's drowning on the 1st was not swal- ous act for his obi rebel enemy, Wen. Jothing smart in voting for Hnlstead'scop-flrniiifio- n of Barbourville, has announced himself lowed here. Kverybody knows that seph K. Johnson, in having him retainbecause Watterson told him to, a candidate for Clerk ed as U. S. Commissioner of Bailroads. .of the Court on when Dan goes utf it wiU be in a more There's an exampleSenator Blackburn moved to have tho Appeals. worthy of imitation. dramatic manner than tumbling into un vote on tho rejection of the appointment -S- upt. W. W. It is time to lecognizo the fact that the VIIh, of tho" Cincin-naold well. Etc., made public, but it failed to carry. Sioutliern, with headquarters at John Madden, aged b5, died last war is over. Cincinnati Post. --. A3STD - Somerset, died Wednesday of inflammaBusiness-ma(dejectedly) ".My dear, week on Skaggs Creek. I). W. Black Tilt. returns from the municipal decr Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, Wife and Thomas Million, of Biehinond, were I mortgaged this house ujiiu ..!.... .liiin..r.ltti. vli'tnrtoa tory rheumatism. run" ..tions in Bee! Charles Cluik, at Sheriff Jones1 last week. Mat Pike "Mortgaged O How much?" "Five It ife usually thej ,,...,rUdemo-Jo- f Madison, lad a row, when Clark shot cut a cedaj; tree at Pine Hill, and while. thousand dollars." "hin't that grand? casethattlie Buckeyi State goes Cedar and Locust Posts, a row inggersian, wnoin turn got frt thne trying to push it dflwn it fell on him. Now you can buy methatdiamondmeek it doesn't amount to cratle .when We will carry Ml ti of e trvt-- i mr fn iml 11 't- In.s l.ninlirr Vnl I lace.-- ' fswiws on jiih opponeni. or not. "evere'y hurting him A C SIM., I!irmr' of us whether she does Mnnagtr Semi-Weekly I ! I -Mii- -hlimn WITH 1 four-month- N. Y. Early Eose, N. n Peerless, N. Y. Beauty of Hebroi N. Y. Burbank 1 ., SEED POTATOES ! dc-ire- d, 1 WhitetYellow Onion Se The Best Seed Sweet Potatoes. - ica-oi- is 1 1 -- e (Gr nt AMIDES BE3ED! Shells for Walks, k e . FAFJIIIM aV'JIJ) JIBUIDCd t I i r , . Pat j -- k .ipp-nm- nc pro-cn- ts ::::::;, wn i ;,, crani mi-mi- i e 'fl i - i. t, ... m-- s T. R. . J. P.Ilurtoii, Clerk. WAIiTOlT, v, Strtil o I, l K y b.-in- g court-hous- e Bo l ... K WJKABSJM o t tl II g rai-e- v Furniture and Undertakers' G-ml- m9R3 one-ha- lf h - The Largest, Cheapest anil Assorted Stock of Paper, llorder, Celling Decorations and Shades INDESTRUCTIBLE BURIiL CASKET, m-- Bur-cliett- ,' B-r- lin h'-ar- i nt i pur-chafe- d Illo PENNY DRUGGIST JEWELER. o rompoi-mtcd- - j -- I'hy-lci- E-- Hprings-etern- al g-- sutlh-len- blo-soi- n, flesh-pot- s '' T, -- ! -- 5- JtocJu-stcr- , Ho Co MTCJPlLVKY; j e MERCHANTTAILOR SUMMER ma-der- , m re SPRING AND GOODS. .,, 1 Brod-hea- SINE & MENEFEE, Lntlis, Shingles, BLXJSTDS HOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, ti n CdSASH, DOORS .1 I I ." !D j - ! PATENT WIRE AITS SLAT PENCE, 1 - rl , . i.J, . r t , Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal KV.. Al'lllt. ft NEWS CONDENSED. CT. T3L. KCIXjTODST KOWt.AND, Dealer tn KV., Tho actual riccreamt of the public TANFOW), w. p Walton. riuht for March was $i:i,fro,fl5r.r5. A mother nntl her thruo children 1880 were burned to rienth at Milwaukee. In St IiiiIh 2,000 carpentora are on n ntrike for 10 ccnta nu hour for a day of 8 Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Gaps Hoot, Shoe. Clothing, Hardware, Queens. wnre, Tinware, Furniture anil a hour. Cyn-thiana, Gov, West, of Utah, has Hent his resignation to the I'rcrilrient. He la a Ky., man. Mnysvlllo had another flro Monday. Omar Doriaon's four story building wan ricatroyeri; lotw $.',000. JiiiIku Durham Ih Mill Drat .controller of tlio treasury and the weretary nays he can't tell when he will let him j;o, Since 1800 1'rotfHtnnt ehurrheH of the United Ktiitea have jjlven SSIM.OOO,-00- 0 to initwloiiH "and rcllgloiiH publication. Tuto's HhureH of atock in tho vari-ou- b Statu iiiHtltutloiiH Hold for .i7,KV), Uki'kiihinci to our proteat njoilnat tho which k(xh to reduce the amount of Ilia iiiiikiiitt of governors out of any more ritxtoro, the Owcnalioro McrwcnKcr agrees defalcation. Hetty Hhen, a Bervant :Irlt waa found with iim that lllnckiiurn wiw a colossal murdered in her room at Lexington. f.illure, hut add: "Dr. Hodman was not Her lover, ThoH.O'Hrien, iticlinnnil with RiimtcRtoil na governor bccauao of hi the eriuie. merit as n phyRlelnn, but because he him A freight train on the 11. & O. rail-roa- d Rhown hiniHcIf to bo n flue business' broke through a horning briilu man an executive olllcor and an econo or rare i.bllity. There Ih no prob near Wheeling, W. Va. Two trampa, mic ability of Dr. Hodman becoming a canril HtealltiK a ride, were burned. .Seven in ma tea of tho Lexington date, but the truth mutt prevail. Tiik Oweiiftboro McnenKe.r apcaks of Gen. Hrariley as an "inllated little toad." I)olc here, yoiinir man, you nrutrcHpiws-Iii- k on our individual prerogative. We haven little fun out of Gen. Hrariley, occasionally, hut we allow no other man to Rpenk either iliHpnrai:lnly or of him. Call ua nnythinyou wIhIi, but unlet you would bo knocked Into tho middle of nex. week, keep n civil torifjuu in your bend when Rpenk-in)- .' of our friend nnri fellow citlr.cn, the Krcnt and only Win. O'Connell Hradley. dlare-Rpeetftil- All kind of Produce taken in exchange for General Line Canned Crocorios, of Ooodt, Fancy Candie, Kcc, good. I -- g)) lWltVUU.MtwAllIITCMICAtO Rrfta- - A NEW FAST MAIL Leaving lloih LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Daily, Securea to Traveler, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Kver attempted between the ereat cnmmerriil cities on the Ohio Kiver and Chicago, and hence the fattett time and moit cornrurtahle train between all point in the South, or to the U'eit and Northweit. The countcriiartof thi train on all trunk line it denominated The Limited Kipret. The tuerb rolling tock we employ givci. patroni Unlimited Comfort. At all Coupon Ticket Office In the Soutbftt you will find our time tablet and ticket. Say Mo. won, get Monon anil ltck to Monon, il you want to ave money and have a ptcawnt journey. K. O.McCORMICK, General Panenier Agent, Chicago. City Ticket Agent and OuTcm: t. At. HucKNitR, j; th Ave., Louiiville. Ky K. A.Tonmknci, 119 Vine it., Cincinnati Ohio f Tannkii. win. I.,...i,-- i' I... 1...1 lllll lllllft " country and it Ircamiry In n aliia; and wiw the great and only liluli rem of the pension olllee, ban Imm'H glv en a back net by Secretary Noble, who reminds Ufm that he Ih running tho In. lerior Department ami that all orders and npK) ntmcutsmuM ho approved bv Mm. ThN was called fourth liy Tnniu r discharging four head of depnrtmcnU and threatening to fire the IamIiI ocrat, l coc.k-ii-ln- ,,. I kit, Bumiii ewiiK'd piMoi nmi hiioi "Ker,ous w'". . t Keeper mm, Galla- inlllct- wIiIpIi they .... XT& The Oreat To The No ' W,th An Ohio poultry raiser has made n "W V' w,",rton curious discovery". Ho says that If you' ' MaiwachimettR, t'lock of chlckeiiH, ami 1,ft Ixhmi apiolntl wwiamnt Secretary Koout will cause them to wait, they will Invari- - of iiiAU't ('(,n.'e H. Khlelda, of MisRonri, ably, iw they crowd nlKiut you, lniii a nw,lH,nnt attorney pinenil and K. H. Louisville clri'iiit amiinil von fniin rif"ht to left In ,lo,Mrt of J,'w Yorkt aHiHtanttoTrvan-fnmtan- d To Nashville, ' Indiana, rantinun tbU mvoliitlnn aa llror J Memphis, Mr. Teller, of Colorailo, introluced lonjr aa you Htnnd there. No amount of' ,n tlm St'"ft,0 reHolution providing' that Atlanta, Interruption or tnaneiiverlntfcnn cinfiiRe Montgomery, them or comel them to take the contra- - n,'mifu'r nl1 xccutlye uomiuatioiiH Rbnll ,K "iwiilervd in ojk'ii wbnIoii, but it I Little Rock, ry ihrectlon at any time. but it will not 1m adopted. The Sena- Mobile and New Orleans. Among the many IntereHtliiR lettern Uira ar too jjrent cowanla for that, which Dr. K. Hylanri, of IxinRton, re- The Cincinnati municipal election, Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. reived on IiIr SUh birthday, Hth, wnn thoub a do full, Ih yet a decided rioino-onefniOnly one change to point in bin oldeRt pupil who in now in emtio victory. The republicaim elect a hla Rth year, and one from Mm youtiKCHt mayor, city Holicitor, treasurer ami JhiIko & pupil who in in hla third year, his baby of tho Superior Court. Tho democrats EMIGRANTS Knindson, to whom tho venerable do- - are Hticrewifitl with their cnmlirintcH for tor Ih tenchinit the alphabet. From Hoa- - comptroller, police jurio, city profiecu- - Seeking home on the line of thi road will receive lou to Santa he, from Mrglnla to Maine tor and infirmary director. Tho latter I 4rSec accnl otSpecial rate. for rate, thi Company route uintiifeKtcri their affection in the moRt gain four otllifH and low one, while the ,Vc or write to C. P. ATMOrtE. O. I, & T. A.. irralifyimr manner. I republicans lone three and naln one. Ixinlivllle, Ky -.m JoHcph Craig, until recently a merchant in ltonrbon county, ha accepted Itanium's oiler to travel with bin c.lrciiH and has gou thither. He in 7 feet tall ami weighs 400 pounds. Dr. Kunriirigu shot and mortally W0,l,M,wl hi 'lhcw. Matt Haker who !V,1,H'',, to "" ,l w,,,Hky I,ri'H,,ril,,lo "" him at his drug Htorein HurkBville where n l'ml;illlio lnw prevails, LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. THROUGH TRUNK LINE. SOUTH & WEST irk ARKANSAS TEXAS. - n uti liiiii.;,,vprjpcrirTnTM"rt!trThc' JlffWr Justice Fuller Starts a Social Reform. The families of Chief Justico Fuller and Senator Kvarta are very thick. It bos brought about a remarkable reform Stanford. Kv., Aprix 5, 1889 In certain social customs. Tho celebrated writer on etiquette, Mrs. Pussie Sherwood, declares with emphasis that, in c. WALTON, making calls, cards should be left for every member of the family. The strict STANFORD AND UN COIN COUNTY. adherence to this rule when the seven Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln county is Evarts girls went over to call on the Fulsituated on the Knoiville Ditlsionof the Louislers, caused them to leave cards for themville and Nashville H. K.( 101 tnilea from Louisville and is tho lerminout of the Kentucky Central, selves, papa and mamma Kvarts, for pa118 mile from Cincinnati, It has a, population of Fulabout ,5, In addition to a railroad suburb ot 500, pa and mamma Fuller and thecight where the I.. tc N, hai its engine house, ntitf re- ler girls that is: pair mIiouh. The surrounding country rich and 7 plus '2x2 plus beautiful, its hills and valleyi being covered with a luxuriant growth of A flourishing Each time they made a call they bad female college, a good male icminary, a well kept public school, all in their own building, furnish to leave IK) cards on the ball table, and excellent school facilities. It has two National Hants, with a combined capital of $450,000; a when the Fuller girls went over to seeflourishing roller mill, u planing mill, seven church5K) es, a large new opera house, three hotels, seven the Evarts family they had to leave giocery and five dry Roods stores, two clothing cards to do the thing in proper shape. three drug and two furniture and undertakers' Now these girls would die, each and stores, a saddleries and sundry other smaller establishments. The need of the town Is manufactories, every one of them, rather than do a sinnearly any kind of which would Oouiish, especial ly a furniture factory, in railroad facilities nd its gle thing which was not chic and reconvenience to excellent lumber being unsurpassed Many more dwelling houses are needed cherche and an fait and eu regie and and the opening up of the Miller Extension gives cafe an lait, especially tho Fuller girls, plentyofloti for their erection. Lincoln isone of the oldest as it is one ol the and as they ran back and forth to seo hest counties in the State A good portion of its land it the famoni the rest is high each other in their innocent, girlish way timbered land, which on being cleared and cultivated yields a good return of any kind of crop. It not less than four times a day, the equais especially adapted to fruit growing and grape stood at the end of the month: culture and the German and Swiss Colonies, to the tion Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR First-clas- i. bus. Manager s Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day and night Trains are met by Polite Porters ot this Popular House. f. 207-t- STOLEN" I On Sunday night, December 30th, in the! town of Stanford, Ky., a 1II.ACK IIOKSK, about ts'i hands high, j years old, both hind feet white, small star in the forehead and imp on noso. He carries hit tail, which Is very heavy, a little one. sided. lie was hitched to aside-ba- r buggy, comnarativclv new, with blue cloth linings Besides the Stale reward of $50, I will give $15 for the recovery of the horsebuggy and thief IAS C KKID. Stanford, Ky. 97 11 8-- 1)0. blue-gras- sStlitUttatltJt4Jslr&i tBttHtSHHEHBiiUAiMf YrWnHWtlMHVZrntvHflRtVttriBi&mlBiHHrKninCM -- J. T. STTTTOIT & CO., blue-gras- s; HUSTONVILLE, KY. Are still in the businesa ami ready to do anything in the Undertaking line. We have a full stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Kohes of every decriplion Our hearse, which it nearly new can be obtained on anon notice, Air J II. Oreen has cliariro ofour businet and will show our goodf to any one needing anything in our line. numlicr of several hundred persons, arc making this portion of the county bloom with beauty. The population of Lincoln is fully 10,000 and it is being constantly increased by Immigration and by others seeking homes at once desirable and cheap. Two railroads, the Cincinnati Southern and the Louisville and Nashville, traverse the county from North to South and from Kastto West, while the Kentucky Central and the Green River railroads run each t number of miles to their termini in the county. Thcrearenumerout minerals tohe found in the county and oil which hat been struck in the Southwestern portion of the county is supposed to exist in paying quantities. The area of the county is l8,340 acres and the attested value of its property $5,000,000 In addition 10 the county teat there are in the county the following thriving towns: Huston .illr, McKinney, Milledgetille, Waynesburg, Klngville, Rowland, Crali Orchard, Otlenheiin and Highland. IrOx'JtflxliO -- 21,1)00. The Senator and the JuMkvlmd along confidential talk, antl parted witli a cordial grasp of the hand. Tho next day a furniture van, heavily laden, went from the Evarts house to the Fuller house, and a big dray, loaded to the scuppers toiled from tho Justice's to tho Senator's. The girls were exchanging cards. Now when they make calls on each other they just hang on the new-e- ll post and holler up stairs. Washingtwo-hors- e G .aw AUTEft' CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! S A? ton Post. A bullet penetrated tlie lungs of Outs, L. Dunlup (luring tlie hnttle of Antietatn September 17, 1812, while he was fighting in tho ranks of the Fifth Maine. Since that eventful tiny Mr. Dunlap, who is a boss in the quarries at Iiockport, Mass., has coughed almost unceasingly. At one time he coughed up a fragment of liis woolen shirt a piece about as large as a dime which had been pushed into his limn by the hall when it tore its way into his chest. About a year afterward two splinters of his broken rib came up, anil a few tlays ago lie cured himself of his cough by brine t the surface another bit of lione and a tiny sphe rule of lead that bad been chipped oil' the bullet by the sharp edge of tho fractured rib. It had been rounded ami Fifty years ago the daughter of James farmer, purchased Martin, a nn expensive dress against his wishes, and she sent him a comic valentine representing a miser. He never spoke to her since. Last week he died and left Sl.'i.OOO to each of bis children but this daughter, for whom he left n sealed envelope, which, when opened hail her old valentine inside. well-to-d- o (if ivsflr Biw BsHsBa 1 iw KkfeLsEttiMftBr Thousands of dollars worth of :hirkens die every year from Choi ra. It is more fatal to chickens thru, ill wther diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy mat positive! The peculiar flavor of a Havana cigar aires it has been made, and to be conwassupposed to be influenced by thecli-mat- e vinced ofits efficacy only re"iiires a smoothed during the 'J4 years that had of the island, but it has lately been trial A 5oents bottle is enough f')i elapsed since its lodgment. Mr. Dun-la- p discovered that it was always imparted one hundred chickens. It is If, after using of is quite proud of his little museum. by drugs. .1 bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly It is hard enough, anyway, for a bach- satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken P. M. Genera! Wanamaker carries elor to hold a baby, but it is simple tor$1,300,000 insurance on his life. ture when it is the baby of the girl who Cholera, return it to the undersigned B. F. White has loen commissioned jilted him heartlessly only three years and your money will be refunded. p. 111. at Manchester. before. For by sale McRoberts Stagg, Stanford guar-antecd two-third- In the valley of Cashmere polyandry is a frequent phenomenon, one woman being often icrmitted to marry 7 simul taneous husbands. In a country of that sort a Chicago divorce lawyer might make a a fortune out of a single family. s "rfrffffe- - Isupplisd with water Irom a mver tailing White I -- ,... C I -- ..- - hit " St' n. ( LEXINGTON; Sprim? is blooming brightly now. We still hone to hear that the report Tins well LniAn mule lit V will make the pm Will mike ih- - .ree u i i ilc ' n n it F of I). (J. Slaughter calamity Is not cor- cut Published Every Tuesday and Frldny id e one nine fio n Suufi.r.l on lu owi t, t m I, Wi n luifiiJimtm ki n iiioii al m rect. I received fioiu him on Tuesday a the llintr.vill-pikat at i'lkr, AT package of papeis and a kindly note 10 A. It, IN" AOVAN'CK Living a Living Colt. SIOTo $n PlOlt V dated and mailed on Monday, the 1st. I' KAKKIS J Hal. black with tthite nom( i3i hanlh hik rVhen not o paid $2 BO ill e harzed."' George Jones and wife, of Piano, " -- " tar olJnd a mn I foil atir lli. t toa the ' iwmiiaaii ial'i. lti I'rtin litv Texas, nre lieie on it visit. L. It. Adams niMitn t 'itiii lyi vi .ml lUn, llt ..! wi at... KI ' t 'ir ine ami noivj ji.i m i.in.uin anci iioji nmn I'.ij hor i m i'. .. , ' r.. ' and wife have teturncd from u long visit h n M tic l'rHn ... 1 ..-r -imdin( the n.aie aftm t,a ntaI red. uprtnd, fullIll r th r fi ' ' li aittk . A f It fVritfit II wm Mil tnuL. w t j ('It iii.iirin ..i. ii if u tl i l I. li ii in the robin near the burnt to relatives in the Hubble neighboi hood. da nt ul.ln.t, Imt j , mii I. Cats r in fitn ir m n, I iM . ,1c .0! In rr, in- - l, tir linne. MN Klism Smith is visiting at Miss Maggie Swiuclmtd returned with u it & r. v vcfis, Muift-r- t -" William Cnderuooil them. AT S25 TO If.SUflE 'A MARi U FOAL, (lieeit llilglit's . Prince ami Peasant, tlio MllUonalro nml J. W. Ulceus bought of J. Caldwell, Hie I)nillcn4 bought n bay inuro from Ilettis fur SI'-'-o. L.iy bj their roiuinun use of Mi he) t'u' llut r nr i.tir this ri'iiii'dx, aitfst tlio wurM-ulil- o j. M. Sponnatnntv fold out1 sow anil pig. nf Boyle, one saddle mate for S'J'.'o and At $10 to K- H IM N of Ajer's. Pills. Lentllng Insure a Living Oolt. 0. Andy Spoona-iiiot- e from Dr. Caldwell one combined gelding to Tom Woods for riTotiiiiiiMiil these pills for SIT"). The icgulation horse show will , I'artincui-and family me visiting telativo ut tht Stoimuh nml Liver Troubles, Custlvo-tii'Hnext u..iteJh) llnUr.hth Stwta. lmLomi"?roV l come oil' in this place on Saturday here. Mr. Knox, i ('presenting the HllloiiinuHS, nml Sick Henilaclio ; iSNy (k Nt Alio, for Life Iupitmiuv Co, was here Wed- at 1 v. m. J. & Dave Allen bought the Juutiilico, nml 11 MIHig..il,, Ky Neuralgia. 1 liey iironrtjar-contei- l fineharness untie fonneily owned by the j con-tnl- n polifnni h) Nihl , t, i, ili ire of Nnl',Jr, nesday and wrote up n few ten-yet il4, and Print i, j j no onlntni'l ; nre prompt, but tnlbl, I r.t .lam b) Kaiu cies. IV. Tmylor was appointed exami- late Joe Page forS140. Ueorge Dive sold li Hv. n i f in otmratiiui : ami, therefore, tho very THE COMBINKD MAt.tlON. a i bi Cur-ma- n to Joe Coll'ey some KUOCMIi. hogs at 41. I. st m.-ji l creal pti.ir .Kittle mate l.kirv' tlt from Ar l''i r I ll l i ner for this ten itory. Alexnndei best tui'illi Ino fur I'mully Use, as well as "Kl 111., em ii mar i V.nnliil III II l, ill ti ha i hi. f..ak,l April i ( ll( U4I ',',! has n new shoe foi his broken lig utnl Tourists. I. nf for Tnuclors II1 IV.IX l The Beautiful Myth ofUaTvary. 'laan.'a )inh.hih. hi mane md ml.i ..kI heaj. I ii't, l il.n l li ll' Ar U' t ' ii.i .nil . lOUl , ,.l .m.rl.r. .hA Wl nuka the e "I lmi ilethr.l o great relief I from and is uing it quite well. J. U. Ctr-nulllirlt.lll .hlllltl., Hl.hrL i .t Ilia nm ' In the calm hush of this Sabbath sun" was Aver's Pills. lj jours ago N'ua i on ot the hr.i totubintd irood, hone) of .Casey, is visiting his brother .so ill with t io'U i Amciua, Ha. aK taken al rack and laaur, , Will light, thefyllowingtouchingthoughts.by nt S20 Cti! and T T, lld Jrv.nt ZYi . aad can .ha. a ,.mm(, ua.t In hara... here. Some one will come nut of a well . an miHiiuwn author, sink like the most hhc.h, v it Ar'h , Sim hi,, niti.e4 him. tit t' e with living water at Dripping Springs ' oi I) tilteen tfinua mintji tr lua rn td ' pathetic setmoti into every sensitive naLree'itcr Call an.' nre hi. mlta at ht. tut that f was tiimlilo to ilo any work. I in your next issue. Jerry Hland has a , f,11....,- i . v... took threw Ikim of A jit's PUN nml ture: -- by Men turkey hen which yielded him three eggs ANtTir.. St.n.t.rJ No was I'litliclv cuii'il. Simo that tinitj I . pfl'tni an ff the heat hrud om "Is religion true? I don't know and1 Olll.d and all right Will i e all wJ t , .,, , -- Ma re. will Imi kepi at cent, pHyl)k'. nm tioM-- without a lmx of the., pilla." in le than :K) minutes. J. C. Kulunks I j, Uke.it, Mt Mti'ili jiwti.at'iiiian, hatin; lr hi .!ai lira. t it Il.v tnat are nrr don't care. But if it i a lie it Is the mare, the mil nm reiukir l.rre ier. M , Peter ChrNteliten, Sherwood, Wis. hut i.l.ar (Ue at fd diiM Clara the dam if pe.ter . i?. ...i eui ac ylu, c..wb, n.tr uld ur twuaf,.ru i I ienl. ..... intuitu, taaalri'of TI..a..i... 1 .m HKjl .. fuvs Ids gray mure is too light in the most beautiful one ever told, and one wen "Ayer's Pills havo been In use. In' my ,":,1 . iall f "w" " I'.irtu, " VII. Ill bllUt.ir J f)-tj- . ,r4 tlaui rear when hitched to the buggy. family tipwtriN of twenty jenrs mid liu UetriplioiianU I'eduiea -- Hrii....i C hwf Jr. I"er a.e nh innr... maiiii wi ill - ,v , . t 1" W'rih byii Wi!,,air Any ml from which truth might leant. Could e.4 tile r ol Prm . iM ...... w....r. . t. .... . i. hmmm luvn I'ompli'tely verified nl that Is r. ,.... . im nun .itinai l'ntnce 1X . laiimil for them. In affaeks of piles, ,tl. ..a-.- t It . ... Dwvim.b. The .Methodists have con- we exit as a nation without it? fhi. tr.n.1 rl.onck.7 8.b,51t,,, A?,lm-,- th. v Waaler mar A I. OH from whli li I mii.Titi'iI tunny jeiirs, they U 5 af ih. oldt or.. KjJfrk. Ham la.n. i'1" - " templated building u new churcii for tried it. Does it do any harm? Xo! of VadvTho? lh.dLVfT aiTurd Rreatvr relief than any other M.i.nui.N'o. m.i.l under of.he grale.itn.t tiiislielnu I ever tried." T. i Adams, " J' ' "a. e.rr know,.. eo,.,nr sometime and certain members have Then why destroy it? Don't. It is as b -l.V Alaiiudrr'. Akl.iL.iVi lnr .14b hi . Wn. froai ajieiaiil han.iela name Holly Springs, Texas. .' .! "' ' aaaaaa bought the Dr. Duulap property at 3d old as civilization. It was a patt of our Metr.,. J. J',""hr' KITIfy WUdVblS. "OftQdit t.aa.i.tWllian.U.l.h nni.V " I have used Ayer's Pills for a mini- -' g nml Walnut for $:?,000, to be turned over fathers' lives. It was almost all our llill hebx Tjir;!;'i:., aL5r ,h"V,n",- - 'T1 I ber of .ears, and h.no never found , f, Ml e, , lm.tr.lt.1, a.Wo.admare. 'i' aam I,,' W.ft. Cru eit. ,tb dam b, Halron, eipial to them for gixlng mo an f a.,.n . . ard. ai'.'r. s,.a..a a ....- - ..i. . to the church as soon as it is defined ad- mothers' all, except the part we lilled. 1 A KI.KIN. nppetim and Imparting eneigy and K visable to build. Mr. Craig, who went We have been sung asleep a thousand c.Mit'iwd . M I.. Mreiigth to the hjitetii. Inluavs keep jeldiy. a full brher if Harno CM.f . nr, lH.tt..r iii-- ii .; u i... !, them in the limine." II. D. Jackson, ... llrthf in hlnij m Ktn Phllia Jr. i;'!'.. 'noHi'i before the State Hoard of Initialization iiuirs u,, "o I.v,.,. otntr at Si.?o tV, Wilmington, Del. Cne-io- i. ' :tt 1J1, bond., (...led iU,bt4 now whenever we hear them 1 b John J Ci.it... " Two boxes of Ayer's Pills cured me on behalf of Boyle county, succeeded in and women .o mi) , Ky toueillllg TlieV are OeatlUIUI, SUng. "iaiiertnanan .ihr utallion ih Itwi brirs getting the State Hoard to reduce the of severe SIRKD ttV MAMIIItlNO KIM.. iI value of real and personal proper- poems. TluV are joined to tender en.o- - 'M&C,VV.,,,V ,..- Car, I oi.r T'ar. old. dapplt arh.te fret be rat , cUd.nt.,,, MM.tgw.nu, t aam mi., rati. Ken nrMambrir.o I'ati Han, happier j aiad and .hip in la a i han . hiah weiiihi ty in the county 14 per cent. each. There tions. It has made many a man u id dam hj telmHiK., iiieaf I'irb), ia. 1, vi pounds tin. .ivle and aitl.a Sired t from which I was long a sufferer." p have been between !0 and 40 conversions and better more honest and tender and j mi ied nie. Mnh ;. iu lu nam te Au.lerliU lent. ham I'mma Keyes, ilubbardston, Mass. I'nn. i.i Wilt. .t atlaa 6 .11. IllM.rjn ihir. rr Atamliriro KUitf prooouaced the h noai..i fiurih.'C)o'edaU rd r-Whenever I nm troubled with at the First Presbyterian church revival. forgiving. Many a tired man and wo-- 1 aorte la the wurld and 1. the ura of Amy Klaa-Thi. i4 lir t . lrr.) ait o m i.,u, .1,. k or Miller from loss of appetite, IttV,, Htar.atla taiH. Moekinj hint t tW , "d mul luar. a. t ha.. iinitaril .M nr iunu in smmr, i W. W. Webb sold Monday in Harrods-bur- g man lias lain tiowu i Ajcr'a PUN et me right again." A. J. 4 a, j i)t( anil Mltj fur nnr mwilj 1'i.tft h aue i. nill ees. to Steve Lucas an extra tine bunch peacefully, to awaken, nobo.ly knosj Jviser, Jr., Kot'k Houe, Va. " . tin. ir. u. I.VKlHivn a .4 Mambrino 1'alrVit.n ir af lha .1.., At U.m9 ... ... Tni.hitae w il aiakt ! praaeni .e-if. Why, nine-- 1 "Ayer's Pills nre In general demand .t. r..... . e..n k ... .. of long yearling cattle, weighing 003 'lbs , when. Don't de-trbe-- i union:; our eustomers. Our sales of Ire of London a 13 ,. Kilie MtddWion 111, At Sfl tn Tn1lr n XjU lllg UOlt. . . tenths of the mothets in America nt 4 cts. Advocat. them exceed tho-i- - of all other pills ij nana, t mihat , rv- - MaaibtiaoKateitii. ha.i.u iwliat.audiaoa I a aire ot produnns ifama bred b h 1 .Mk "f Dint? lla r.T. aurpatwd We Imi i in'er known them lieveiuit. That's enough for it. It lias t..ber. .. .. r. wrii. wm maa. .. imwib nf ... ai a. I teOa fill, - .. . v, bl n ilh l.nl arM tLau Thermometers are liable to inaccura- been growing on ur hearthstones for " r.inz in. fall to give entire satisfaction." ' of al! atock. hi u rc.po .Inlti ' " ..4enla""' it..! g j lariu on in. uniaru ana Jtn eoueviii piko at Wright & Huiuiellj , fcun Diego, Texas. cies, even when most carefully construc- ages. Kir.t dam a fa.t natural pacer h V oaag An rrmt Let it stay tliere. It can't hurt . a aa iW . ted. Tiie freezing point is liable to be ,n8uro a u,vo BOB WII.IeIA.lIS. vou. It is such a loving religion. What VounVAmcUa b,' w.C.'Tp uTJOSi iTTU'i10 temporarily depressed or el.vated, a ,r,"jf I'lraah1 p"n.,l.,e for ar. $ap.rm.nh, but w.ii b. r.. TI t. fi... vnun ,iac'. jaar. old. 14 t..d vein its steatl if ;vou take it j!f u' f?ii.s"7!J,r IHe;rnphlpa-e- r J hud. , airad tnr .d.ni. r ritKrAKKD nr temporary fall occui ring after the titer-mo- ItWHV? l'llilosOpllV? W hat are We to phenoiHlnal Lucy Pope. in,ni .jjVand Malm 10 aiih aMu piul. ireh... drk A V CAKI'KNIKK U Mue.1 aerainif jack 1.. Li eolr en.. n and Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. nan'. ud it .ur. 101 ,rH ter has been subjected to great do when .. t,u.,rtlnL-- , i.oe. like j.r..miiu n,r. , sentr , sir,j , caidwatf tiiam i.t jn. a thrr Sold by all Dealers in Medicine. V a laanet loo hint and a temporary elevation after it Vnrtl.lv lnvi nn- - SO BelttS I. It IS SUCh a '"". "" .V5'L""'' ".' ' .,,,," alard Ike I'na. f4 10 prem rr.a.on at my .labia lb Unseat III . miiM'.iiisiiiuaI ia.4 I . r AI l l lias been. repeatedly cooled. There is al.1.... r ...ai ut'simv at t jAi itimi i la ti. liuii heaUtUUI UflUHlOIl. At 1 10 To Inaur'e Mvlnif Oplt. so a permanent elevation, which may Prince Manner fill mai. on STANFORD i'.OLLER MILLS. amount to two degrees, and which is Weave the silver threails that reach due li:l Ihe in.re I. nm4 llh lit down from the Mar of Uethleheni STANDAHD IM'UI ' ' J NO a. CirOUK At q,in to In3Ure All tron wihi it. n piennt life nnd eH , caused by the atmospheric pressure on Livinff Colt, of your sunlight. Train j pIciMdwife lit it.c u ttei.t Flpur made at kii.." therefore n I,., rimii.t..r tnlm the golden woof ll'a k ! .limn, IT, hint. higl. I...V.1 i , , ,iej m; Manfnrd Koiicr M il. Call for it at vojr Er-- 1 the bull); tht mtrt ptk j nr l. I'liiming ttnIriU about the luie wtills th of 1..IJ. .ntu Hr.nae .ii.it,Xew Soil eery, and if ihcy lux rot oi it on li.ind, urt .' nfu.r heins filled should be allowed to its lives and cover up the jagged an order from them and to keep it r of your them Slrod by CASTELAR, IO02. MESSENGER CHIEF. set it at ihe.Min a .! i w ii guarantee a pteaaut remain for two or three year before corners and rough, unsightly places with I A C K S, and intereling turn " n,.- - V-- i.nrl.l " Hura ti.d graduation. 'V by Wob ,'n fti i.t dam V .N" I'OTTS, Superintendent 9S uin " tlli beautiful Myth of Calvary." Q- ' One l hand. and th..h-- r i, hand. h..-h-, a aaia hu' i. jrv.r j iy , Mm a i. ' i "1 i. itl. iha d. an.' n4b. ' """ I I.t a Mambr no hor. wi p. ,.! .,. d. .He i. iifinr hl.it At .. .t ..,,..1 r During May of Ia.t year, which was Meilll, in Jacksonville Tlmen. At Ten Dollars to Insure a Llvlnir Colt tad dam , . . ' . -jrd daai ht Ma.nbnau Meaaanajer , ireiji. .ahw.T 'ot.r.4.Tn.! Maa-e- on i I hil A Ma the last month in which honor was sold ML-.,.,1Mdam Tcxj Wakm ror. Him. "Is it tw warm! J.' h, V.. intaer, 1 harceciire I n- w" " b n mra f Hi C.WriiLAK. . V r ire ot a o. p tent Car- - under the old license system, there were f re . I vmt'. aa, te MIeiiigiUl ftwnili f ... .... ......... v W .U--. Inside., sir?" ..;.rv. a Juliaa i itt(. Jbaw rttrru .'""v. ... Vl.t.. .nl ... i.i Urn Mia. Nddia,br Ham- - dam ny Maa l.ni.j .ai hief. Mifi.na byM e.teiiiiei , M . i.e. A A.. till) BII.J dll ( id dam It p , vm of PotierM-ldaw Well. kindior repaim.- - t. Huie. Cjrpae. a-- --'."Gi arrests in this city for tliunkeuness. eat lll, w ho mime 'aai conductor of a iMh dam of F IM P. F R GOVERN lVT -- JOC.nuC.n. Bia.d. Artillery t a and id Mdty lieHiar, ' ' h '"'ar-jb- by lampeat 'e ntejlid.iv -.h b. TiyerN'pu. b) Work entru e I to iie Mill hate mi perximl.u- - 1 r,,,... . ,me . l.NVi, ,t... tltt IllOIUIl ,,f I.!.,), 4.?'"" Canno. ABftkMMar.lt. ,(djm bt Herir.nd renuion. Aliw.r. ivatcil. ;,ce. w h.i . ih it aw out ontheplatfiinntheothernightMiih; hi u . Pnaa a'e- WM. DAUGHERTY. liiviiM-- . onlv arrtsts were made for a "woof" ' t. thief, li . WuKL'RN. jai. b ll.n ,l. J. ,. m 4am ' Cai .t.Uion, l ban t. hi4h, tolled Aunt ai taav M Caulay b leienr.i. .,... ,J dam ike dam "' lipJi", Jt ian v d. .. ' ) ern..ai . I,, .. thesime miiise, h decrease of l)7 over "Too worm for ine. ,. w u the reply. Mi. ai.t dam ,h b' " oraj .i, v s. j d4n b "" nltaao. Cootay b, F.iUy A bolhan, .v.. aaaam 'nnni-.i- . Jr. be Verni.,tii. .lira h. nln.. U.. the mecediiii! month, and of 1.254 over O ...n i. 1.......I.. . me nuirii iiiiiiiKin i" .!........ ' i' I It. a. .iiad h Me.ujw Ch..f Jr . hj M ! r.er Cbu--. r i .d the fo'lmluf M. .1 ED BARLOW the corresponding period of 1SS7. Dur-g- . gues. Meanac, to ., ,lel ji Marvel i (I ll..,r ner Chlrf, .ir of Maud M.Mncer, a W ; iai ifr 4am Jenaw b) Umn. ad dai . ir. K Mil., i.i.i a, a. a. a .a ai i .a a aianHiiau .itll.i.ii.. Mini.ni. w .!! .a. o ing tliefnst seven months' of high -. t hcense 11.7 10 intoxicated persous were .f ., --t ZL. " raaaaaV lodged in prison cells, while for a simi -- T.Y(,V,0nColt or 310 the1 l'.,-"lar peiioti in 1JS7 the police nm-ste,At$15 to Insure a Living Oolt. "I was divert fmm her i.o --t "t lf J T HorKUR fWaaaal iptoxicated persons. I'liilndelphiu ago. W'eouarn-ledanducrunhappy. . Iiec,r''- H r",d her in tlieie and i had a eat oppo-lt- e and . O ff Mrs. Hnv.--e-d (atn big citv hotel) she looked at mS' idly that I felt my Abdaiiah Pilot wa. ..red b .i.andr .bdai W tlaaClH boe a1 He .1 II. . h II '.' e. ,,.' Moaeaall ' w.U .taiid at , ue p'.e al "Thev is awfullv attentive at this tavern, ! heart grow ing big." ! siree;! "But you didn't speak to her?" biellKiad,e f (;?T J!f K,)"iVli 52, f3 " ain'tthev?" .Air. Hnyeel-"Ye- H, Fffiffil $15 to Insure ft LtvlnB' Oolt. tmmw t . . - . W la ,III all. alii a.taai.4 a lila, kl . "lOU .till c? . .. .. . -. ' - L I .n ,,v a. llllll ou"; " they're hound to give us the wortli of ::; I aa a.Mnal a. ' ....... " u.v'"'- 1 t;. 'r .... . t .. .. r, 't.vrk ...i ?"? ,a. 'k. " w"" B"n j C 2. of iloaaia M... , .uppl, ol i....le "' " I... jm awa r regara te!( our money, I gues. Them errand boys ' al nnlre' far vmt. sir. Or VOIir head IZXLZTZ? Ai, Ac l P g. 2 lia been in a dn7..n times in the lat would nlo have grown big. That man a Colt. Tho King, and Sl Knott III half hour to cee if we wanted anjthing. on the front platform witli the emu bar Mambrmn Chief, the air-Sm.th Ha .ahaa'. ..t.d lack at H tnr la. k te t.cmd daa. f 1 0- -" g5 g '"' What are you working at there Mariert" i?-- her husband, and he ha, hi eyes on " ,0 Hrlir- - 'W-t- Vilien retjtaadJ""" act i i ' Hayseed-'T- ve for the; yolI. been trym' .r...m ea... .. -HlaJvitfr P O - Mrs. J k. IIXli.HMAN. r'd -t Ihreo,d. half hour ter see what this 'ere but-- , ''.Voa ! I gu- e- I'll drop oil here. ' i, othr. p e 5 .p,i u .:i i.re.d a te. Mi. loiitUI., Ky WvdlwA ...,..,-- ;. h. n on ii the wall i Mnylie she didn'tlook soMid.i I thought o( 1( 0Mf , fclaMtw C AO. harda. I i ilecorl. The Preminin a t.llc MaHlaa, and i.tor,eu,.e, t J, Site dill." IV'tl oil Free . ea. a , . ue ifiihiihj u. n ,. (irnerli-.i- i '.; in. il. O ln hat. aaaaaaaaafttVLaaaaaai SOME FACTS '"SUrO a Living Colt, 'e.raoi.n.e.ihal a all ..I,, .i. m.k ,t ...,it,.r ,,.., initi uu p r d .. All I the u.t ni..ary to atake ai mi. ""--About the Carriage Trade. ,0 ',.,., sut.h 1IU intelligent creature that If '' Ot0nGW3 1 U UlVOU II . ,!P a I tjMaaaaaMCygJl ' dwererion a. 10 coll.it. tiat. Wcwint 10 Jlture the paottlc of Lincoln -ib le ,,,0.1. O his , "" VlaaPIHaaaaWaH O they .wan, r...t a .teel tmp N M ht,, .nr , , a . t it-.,,,,.., u u ii ttiiiri.e!....! Om Timab. Sloajeaa. Ja.k. m , dam fannj here " ,., in Si.n'ord a thap and at good.a. the, cana nils lie Will delihenitelj prill 11 Willi ,u.-. u.i.i,i.r .. t. K. ... .er. L, M h.a, ,h,mnvh.r. el... There , a notl. ailhu. M,.k; lt if it is -- .artfully. OVered with 5U in.ra , .V.lj iVlV , , Won due o ,. A VH . FilaaaHaMpW nHU,ofsHn,,d.UrSe-.,rhc...r.Miort(rl(.,lVMst,mtllt4 O. ,t ,.OVK ,t,.p, At SlO tllC SonSOIl, BHaaaaMaaaaWa n - K nJ.trnf, k of H.(.'se CarrUsea, Surrej.. .1 r." 'to. ihe latter the . .in.ii April, I I, lthera. ir .ill" WllHlV, lie W ill tWII ........i ,....i mI,. ...... Wa.-oii... 1....1 aaata .1 r,.,.aiM Snrin? I .. " 1.1 ' fiESaaaaaaaaaaaaaa . ...,,.1-r- . li l.ad h.al with attleam! aivhi ,, t., ,..,.,, M . .1 ."-a I iiiirni, a it vw"" "" t ,t .i,e.ill J a l vi, Ji li ,. i ij, . , Jo bl.ck. n. Brim.i.l.. '.ran ttm n le jiiaal. Old CICIl IHE JAM I. hi I.. I tha tteiua hate IH IWck, All of them liate till t lie IIIMtl l stiDI joe'. .r..of in hi. i.iee) n .ju In . in I! ign nu I. i i.iy. -- Bil'i cd a ill. I li, ...!! f . lected from thi Standard Manufacturer heen . l i ." ... i .ii mi,' .mi miri ni ..unrm .ire n m m .l.rtll. Iuni)noaiiw r.l in ...e Irailrl . hree.lin, 11we SI4. mt. 111.. hhm e ,r,u " ""Hwllliiin. il,lt 1. .. ware built ,i iwiv iw .....rtv.. UU' OIHV llirta.re .wel the lojiurt and a number cf our tyl lia. TlrAHa ajla lir h) nl I'rin. ..".e J'rn e a. tha Adaiaa e, and lie I.t Imp Pnne, i'ie le. ,.r.- I piot, that lit a of hi. i na rai.ed I., (iiitttelV W CvlitVWW is with a .pectaltiett to the wania of or cu.toiuera c, ,, clioleril ever Vi't I, ..a lei. Uown ,.l lor it.,rd,. i.i. klr.iin Me... Ilarri. ; er ltu whiU a and aurre). (.,j,.ke,i oholelll cure. 114. noa.ll . lat llam ltuale TtV IliX.e bv She. WeHui.e aome fine IlKkt carnas llilrrti.t ...I.. I.r ..'.a .nit ther .rll. hate UeVel fail It ias ... Irtma . .ld.m N.llie .1h, L.rdWcl .old I .r J r.t $i,m Alao air. l l.rrr I. , Irui t lat can not ue exceiitxi lar iijaino.., uc..uj, j. .... It SlIOUIH. F...W Jb) i iB;.,, ujiiJ Mahoi. Saj, i, , I ni;:o by) Fair. N p.l.a, , 4iii ,m 'l..rJb Ur, t , l)Ut, nualite , I'll, ...... if per chllliee .ijlcandflujltti. W'c haadl urto I KVI hand, hnjn.heaty aiJIi and tail, i. air im tine Jim I' .r.rr IIThBLIt. ' Mnajewal. Ja- e..in, J., .lamia lull 6 hand, high is u.m.iiuvi..i llV and fantj. llOllMllg. enl) the tette Liu .tin Cwimty , K M ir , but in cheap work tve liaudle beautiful ba tolor, a(nia.eiit larruge and ai anam.al andploaa.ni laaaaaaPallBaOiJSJj'iiSir breed, fai c and wli.n ui.tly dnv.u m wdoier. lion and ahuw. in the eluttl. lot in.i u uvll a. he ' jradc of audi Lame. McUobeitrtifctetagg. io in th. (Wir riHS lie t.at alrd by Stonewall fioea I.Ke a truiier llnu Mjh tail atle an both Ucac lull our cradeaat unifotin pncei com, ii ba. ked It ldu. to the third )jikvo. lat dam Hell, b) M.aMiiK.r, Jr; li dam tell our on hutn aidca, inukiu H him teryaitite metiurat with the quality; mtariat-l".' 'leim inrktnir, ju u iai noli ?. Bucklen'8 AmlCa Salve. and aiirilul) In fMt, in form and tiniah a Mo.h),.raciaare,h)llami.toaian Moi.etvall l iJii-ali- ". "" cu ton.er.cai iu.ai ju.t tae qnaiiij- - eac.. .emwicj ,aUeIn the ttorld fpr .uu, brui.e.. inoilel. tic tta. iir.d to) bumpier L)i.m.irk,perf.it Thehetl he 'ir t.i I dam ht tru.ader, he )t- Whip UtlkaUVLl LaU FlUWU i ' Ht.-fnr- .,1W'uh.nion H.aHiark, hvh DiddamImp alt rheum, feter aoref.tetter.cbap-IftflYl- . (iodilard IVumark he by Oaine. A-- trumttell ulcen,. e iJanmark, lie in Hie rate tini.e Deumaik, he bt Jr, I.r i. una Aai.ruan; i.t b) cor... and all .km erup- - Imp aSUll, ,"nof5,oar..ntheb...ine., ihe are aeldon, ,tl PlLK'An O ch,,,u.n., by Wake Up Juke, "fii ' Vnun lila firt dam wa. .irid by ir metua, rtecn.fi.rd mo.t cor. ., clirc, pile,, decei.ed thou3h it is trite that r uo ,My re,,uir- V.0lace, he by 1'odhuiiter'a Sir Wallace ht by dam by Old Mw.eMr,a terv 14. pai.r Wake Up l lua ihoronhbred tv II nuke the Mrj.oii of .der.ciou.dejleror nunufactlirer will aometimea ,, , ruJMnttej ,0 K,e pereci latulaclion Sir Albert th rouuhLreili . id dan. bt iralnma. ai the tinirun liu.aeli f..r.n. ... the ll.,... li. ..! Jake by Uattiunu'. Ilov Meueuaer. lit dam bv , Nedley Thu. it it ill he teen that he ha. the blood 1'r.u.by lhoron)(hhre, be dlnappotnled in the quality ol hl kooUij but ,,i..i -P .i .cnti tier box. ftlamuf Virginiu. bt Mawn , Whlppj jd dam l. a lluituiitillc pike, near Mille Uetnle, at Ur UIUIICJ aviMna by the lelenrated neiexary to make him it hai ha i. the armt and .. e wlllin the future.ai vte hate inwrlably done aU, A. R, p,nn)., sunford, Kv W hipp mare. KY. in the pa.t full) protect our cuitomera aguinit . a Living SlO ... ..... i w i.. .. ..i . any defect that may develop In a.iy vehicle lltit c ' " A lien retained on " ""' Miillet duejji.ptember I, iSji Merit Wins. ' . "" ive aell. whuh i. an adtantaee that li mo-- t alwayi all colt, until m me) i paid Irading Hie in ire ! . iho...un je,.inn.il hj.. . m .,,.1 ...n . .1.. U that fur years to .. . . . ..... ..t . . ,.i ,1,1,. !,... .!,..... tel.l. ea are houizht at ar -w e ite.iri-tnaa- i ellllig our cit jen .New Uiicotrry lur'ett. iniurance " to.i.w u. ja. !. Ur kmg'a 1 ' . IlrHcrmtlon -l- lree..l,0.IUer i, a rich dark b.iv.- '."'"and it ,!lr".,",ow" hue been Son of Wallace Denmark above. , JJnl M. ,n. with atiord. ut plea.ure to ay th.t he la a .m Home Jr I, paint., eaty tiiineundtail, i))l hand. good brwder .J't Dr King' New Llfnl'illi, Uuck- - v. - ..v.oi.Min U: I... .1,- - ....,- - IiMII.C lrillllilTK,.L ..I i.w i.j i.i. i.i; coiwuinption, Hi. colt, have anen tuii.t.i tion In Mil good the it)lf the q.ulit We hate the larj(e, hue and ol solid color, every '.. lilt colia ' ,.i particular a number 01 litem hate devel and tlectnc llitlen, alluriate dam Florlie: Jddani bv.M.i,j,.m..'.ni..ee s levu (..... .. ii,h,..'k,...ii...' prKesaiidBUiratUeetolully protect you u i... ' Inn'. Arnica Salve lim ., . ..... ...,. ....... .. n... h. nt,l lirwini,.. oped well u. combined ttniuula nnd hate won lha iriiinucr uiir, canbe.eenatl ve ' njud en.edie. tha, .ell a. well, or tlu, black witu heavy mane and tail;ii ijK handi high; f Don'l I'KDll.KltK premium. the ahow nntf el. can e do f What more cat. ou a.k Peter I' licniry, We do not .ati.f.ictum l.aiiaturalaidiller anil will warrant lum a .addle , lioma. lIRKKCHI.OAnKU, ba, fulled in lita (iraiinllc Cecil, Cha 1 W .rthinglou you think vte de.erve.hr trade of ... own coun- - J" and tie breeder. hem every ii r.iirfion tt m. Kile " nj imp unlet, 150 iu cooda and ., In! Ar inv i .ue. come and ee ouralready con- - itand realvt,""'--.....,.. thH ,nurciiaie mice ii .ant. l HIUi II WAI KH I in. attcr j . dam Nellie Viley, (grand dam of llinelle) by te.irn our piuet, and if u ate not COMPIINY lion jonn.on pfiirp fictory reaulU do not follow their u.e Theae tK. A COJ tin. ed e think you m'ely will be 1 dam Mary Churchill bv Alcv Churchill . wjL great popularity purely remed.e have won their I Kerpectfully, K.T. l BTB. j dam by Imp Maur.no 'raud dam of King Al A R. Penny, JruRsi.t Thi. tine lark i. by (Jiant, lie by Imp. Palermo; on their meriti 101.10 fDRHEBRAs WEAREV, Manager m OEO n U again homo funu West in il few weeks nnd will go Kielmrd, Gentry, prospecting. Wood and .Tnines Wager huvo tliu Okln-liom- n fever and will leave coon unless lelieved immediately. Low go with nil of them as they ntu wottliy young men. Mis" Mary Uulley is vNiting at Jnepli wopeV. C"l. Kiee will uo to house-keepin- g Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal HUBBLE K, HUSTONVILLE. Leli-nuo- 0 I.1UV STEVE WALKER. SILAS VATJGHA1T, e e, TIIF ItOsS Mil n JACK CU-org-e S8 to Insuicn - Colt. Insure .1 m & . Rich and Poor, rep-iitatiplijr-Hlrlii- O JE SAR! nilkr, man-make- MESSED CSE. i - lI . m , - i v. . l i '- ( s, MUX. jj -U I Mil-tua- Artriur Sisms "Wyandott, H I . 304:1, ar 552Q. i n, AniHQnT nilIPP in vrllljl 1 I Nr n-- il.n 1 Rheumatism r b"" , !; r't ili-- At to Insure. st. ,ilSl(kIlli;tlffnl I..1....1..1. :T.... ...,,l,,11j;ull I j ' "'a ,a " I -r ""'" i , 111 o-- M k.-- .. , '' i. i L .!,. tr; , rl'l" .o..Val,i""'.,,,..9.,,,Jf. T U" ' rtllvflC any-thin- ' WQ1, '' '"" Il.' "' .- jtecra nteX' t. iu.",: Headache, ni ASTL - Fil rrrj .ic PRLCE0FAVALES,.JR. to i. . n, li-- oy ffiKCE MESSENGER! tq 1 irr com-liitic- il. ,..,.., .,. i. t. ., 1 lr Ayer's Pills, m "'"""', t',l 'T'l p.at olt' a . "''"i. ,,t .1 --W tlllli!ii t. ep" lt - t,w kt;!EL 1 1 a'.'h., bra 1 11 Barlow, 2375. i f 'hh i ' -- ti J JR. ITOTIGE! ,.,' "'i - ...,. -3 pai-en- ger, ( FS .,, n, ..- j. mlii ii 1 ". b I i, ,, M.ni ., T , s li-- , a ..., j 'KaJoap.X'o, f r5fa?l o X,?": '."' '.. triZ&kft )!L'tM 8 itJ0e,,, a izrfVairr'ais a aaaa, . .- . , " "n- .vnxvrv;:,.'"!':4;:. W,"l,"f'" ",..... - I i'n tll - -- a, " -- c- " ' 513 fo.."-l'hilaye- lj.liia VSukikSL! Joe Hlaokbltril mid KSSJr.V.uw.ilST.jrTbi " u.iii.iJa,.f R.,..t of j "S'.'t A&rftra.o tt.", ',' ., "' "V ON TIMJII! 1 STONEWALL JACKSON a. to 'nsuro Proctor j" ! - ..,,. IW. J',,, .. lj.r..f i. , rgtWrl ? fin,, V- '"''" JOIIII, lrrdtf'iVnr BlaOk "'"' I I t0 wmJ..iJ.rjaMk. i. i,,.,,!,, .,, ,;;,'; J';J h.-- ! I "" , 1 1 1 '" J ..I... nrJltVi'ryeuL"::.;:','! i .,-- ,,.,. I i i .it iIm-a- . a X aav. rt, Jill-lin- .ATg-STTfef- "So ,, .llnvii.l ,,. l. .!.. , i , , ITraniaaa aLWllllialK.. I -- - . !( " '! )ii, I l.i . I i, - i ; ) ,l'e.""whnuw """""" ,r nnrrrtlli to insure n nin i i,, 1 . Coltfnu:,",. .. .. ,, , Tom Robinson n. Z. -.i --. "" 1 '. ..- . ",hl : 111 1 I ,, 1 V , CREAM -a- J 1 A New Departure S, J j LEXINGTON.KY. m I F jm ordinary buiinesa tiiethoda s mado by die nnnufjL Hirer of Dr Pierce' Oolden Medical Ducotery in tiaranieeiiig tht world famed rem- nil di.e.ua ar.,nS from derange eJ ment. of the liver or .toraaeh. . InJi.eition or or "liver complaint," ir dyipep.i... biliouiiic ., .. I I. t on impure i a.. o..., l.In. I. .... f....h.c, u.u.c..B., ture J''"8. a'heutn, .orciand.welltng.andk.ndreda.lin.n,, P"J t3lP paid trial it don t cure. -- oi.io. .cmfulou. Moi.y If on fatr J w vt: ktf- .m .lu.- n'-ji- i'i. li p onp.l, returned ieajaaaan - imr U.n't h iwk, hawk Jilow, iplt an J diigutt every biy wth your offea.Ive breath, but u.eiJr ba'e'. Catarr.t RemeJy and end it tut dam by Hohiusoii a hanip.on. he by Imp Mam inoin; au 11.1m ny imp iieriranu. Jaoo't lit Jan. by illack Hawk, id iliim by Fipnecanoe A I'hl. it a haiidtoino Jack, 4 yean old, 16 haiuli It wai Jtt.t an ordinary icrap of wrapping pi high, black with mealy iioh' Will aerte a few l.e ..... in the In., jennet. ......I !... l,r. - ' per, UUl ll aaieu ". e I lie above atock win make tile teaton nt i8g at ........ilr. i.J.l In tihviician. that mil a from Ilu.toiiville.near Carpen- bW'nd couM only live a .hurt tunc; ni l.inn ter'. hiation, and will bu permuted toacrve by the .L . On n piece of insurance, th.ln 7 pound. M of Ur King'. Newr Ui- ' - .he read WUPfH ,alnp,e bottle; 11 helped her.alie Wallace $12.50; Tom $10, l,eped her more, bought JACO at $5 for Jack colt and 13 firjct.net. ,h, Stiiek committed 10 my .are '' "' .ljr,lculilr. Hend .tamp to W receive my ptr.onal10 iitieillion for Uriu furnnhed before rem ival ;:... L r ut rraxmable ralcu, be paid r .1 l.......u druigiii, roti pm w. fa,. -. u,..c, . of muck No rePonibillty for accident, or ea-- . 11 cvpea l'rtMiKllliaUckrorllt.invi"M-..- . - di.Tjvery i c.i.iy ai irec ill a wonderfulJ..SIKBUK cakpi:ni Drugstore a---f Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. ... " ,, " fl ")"',,,,,,,, rCc-N- ". ji ! . at ..... at .. I Mi'tlcloe by Ci.etok.e ed HUCk c). siuau by Tiger bv Albert by Algenne 'THIS jireparatlon.wiihotit bv lirey Alfred li.l. let. Ynmtwttm -I: . .r.j...,,v..,u..oa.-aHa,qdima mare purchaied in Virginia by C.ipt V. Tft" llurliridge lor breeding, but who.e pedigree ioai Llvor-Mole- s. Pim iannwlutt; believed 10 be by Ameriiu. Black-Houdples, Sunburn and 10 dam by Imp Mnnke), Tan. A few applications will rentier the u dam by Imp Medley most uttiMiornly rod ckin (ton, smooth and la dam hy Imp Shark, ivanmught i3ia."-i.nwhite. Viola Oroam is not a paint or lnip.ir.eJ llillet,ire of abote hor.e mid il.iiMm powtlcrtocovcrdefccta, but a remedy to cute Woodford, llelvideie. lite Lionet, ,Vc .died lale. ly Hl ttct lat aea.on won Sii,oa and he It is superior to nil other preparations, and ,t0)d .econd in the lut of winriin urea. Ilo wa is guaranteed to cive satisfaction. At druget won from 1877 to 1888 gists or mailed lor CO cent. a. ycar, old and hl Prepared by $5qj jo jo afc , m .... 1. '., ' TOLEDO. OHIO. .,J,,7.M biv forii.c.dent . CIIAS It. IIK..1. For Sal at McRober'.i itagg'., SiaufnrJ, Ky dam .l.im is dam 7 dam 8 dam ( 5 Mai zcxs&i rair". 'icou a, WlOLACREAT4 let.u. rr ,.. ,,,, G. C. BITTlVlcn CO., .Au .' n