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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889052101 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. liL. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. to-da- Interior Journal STANFORD, K,Y. TUESDAY. MAY 2d, d889. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. I NO. 29. fr Mr. S. M. Miller and Mini .Susie Oldham, DEMOCRATS, ATTENTION. of Coluuiliia, Mo., Mr. CI. 11. WntHon, of Monday. Not Minn Woodberry, nn t'lderly HplriHter Stcpsto be Taken to Nominate a Candidate County Court LONDON, KENTUCKY. Kansas City, and Mies Grace Cormany, For the Legislature. ns lnrjjo crowd tis iisiml in expected in who teueluvi nciiool in Cincinnati, follnw-town- .CAPT. FRANK BAILEY, PROPRIETOR followed by the bride, who wiw t"l Ilunry Munkvto Lmiirivillu uiitl (dint entered, At n meeting of the Democratic Counaci'oiupanied by hor nister, Mini Ilalliu, Thoroughly Kenovated and RefurpUhed. s la- -' hint in the head bfciiino liu ty Committee on Saturlay, May I8tli, to Biippoited by two lovely Om of our miwt popular yrtiinii I'are and Uetonable Prices. Day and night little llower 18S!, it lie nun i led in n Maud to Ills ptotuict' to uiru-ry- . was dices of tin? wvitt viiil will Shu was Trains are met by Polite Porters ot this Popular giiln, Cllii'lyri (ireen and Helen Miller. held In ?l0 for further trial. Hr.sot.VKii that delegited conventions few days. House. f. Siiiiullaneotiri witli the entrance of the I.. Tnnner, of tho llrm of K. Mr. he called at the voting places of each Gilcher lUon. Imve ufcotit uvotytlilnir , from the east door, tliu groom enbride G. A. BENEDICT & CO., ready and A ill Wj;iii tlie addition on 1. Tanner it: Son, miller at McKinnoy, tered from tlio went Hide, accompanied precinct in the county on Saturday, '2 v. m., to appoint delegates Mica I.titmi Owen, tlio pretty dau'li- and June 1st, at Well Driller & Pump Adjusters, their hotel at once by his brother, Mr. George. Keene. Am to meet in Stanford on Monday, Juno.'td, Mr.Kiolmrd 1'oley is haviima Ihm terof Mr. M. V. Owen, eloped to Clint-froSTANFORD, KY. the bridal p.irtv entered, l'rof. Bryant put in the building that Dr. Omul tnnooa and weic iniirrlpil Saturday 1. V'llr.lt tlkll tllilf lklll.llttf.il W.l.tll M, ltlr.llt 188! , to select a candidate to represent r. launi't- - in a onloiu hi oceupieH. Dr. 5. Iiiih lenewwl thu leant) moriilni!. the county in thu legislature. Kach preVt'tiU drilled to order.and Pumps furnished at of MumluN'iohii, Huvut mul iiii.'ueMivu in Iii.--i noleetinn of bin help- young man linn on it. factory price. cinct shall be entitled to one vote fori he y, It.elf. Dr. Porter received the young This hot weatbui Ik tin thliii! tor the meet evineed his good tmtw. They will couple upon their arrival at the altar, every "0 and fraction over L'o cast for the vooiim. We are liifnriuud that at limM muko their home in Tuxiti and have and in a very impressive manner united democracy at last presidential election, go to hod nt gone thitlu-r- . which gives Stanford precinct No. 1, half of them in town r I have secured the services 01 a competent Car. the two lovers, hand uud heart for life, II votes; On Friday, Mis I.i.zlo l'urrix, ae- Stanford No, 2, ."; Walnut Flat nil in warm weather. riage .Maker and am prepared to do any and all with a chain, which we hope will always kinds of repairing to llugies, Carriages, Ac. 'J, Crnli Orchatd o, llustonville (I, Tur MiUs Liw.lo Salter has returned from coinpuiiled by her mother, went to Work entrusted to me will have my personal suht inlaid with down. A brilliant recepThin r.ty, never nersville ;$, Wuynesburg 2, Kingsville 'J, trengtli odcr whole ari".. A marvel ic-- . J .nlcal pervision All work guartntced. Price, reason after a hboit vliit to friend. ville to vwit relatlvusaiid on that after-Mi- tion was flieu given anil able. mtMusa. MoVe at the lovely home Highland 1. Full meetings at the dele- llian WSI. DAUOHERTV. Miss l.iie attended the ball game. Nellie Shuinato went to Ioulsville no-ithe ordinary kind-- and can not be sold in of Mr. and Mrs. K. U. Clieuault "madu competition with the multitude l low tctt, nhort gated conventions a're earnestly icquest- - weieht, alum "r p!iosph-itAs Is natural with young people who .Sunday to see friends. Sold only in powder particularly enjoyable by the rich deli- can KOVAI. IIAKI.Vii l'OWDKRCO, en. Green Liy, for attempting to kill mw f,.t tboclUeW of 1. It. .XKWI.A.NI), ihirt, Mr. 8 cies prepared and nerved after the i,i6 Wall street, New Votk I keen on hand a No i qualitv of Jcllico. Lily Chairman. John llauimer, wiw tried liureThutrjilay. j,orgr 0. Keller, Jr.. of this oillre, ut- ino.'t approved iii'iuner, by that most J. 11. Paxto.v, and Nut Coal In my yard. Leave your orders at Secretaiv. VardcrS S Myers' storu aud they will le attendile wiw allowed ball in tlio mini ' tended nlo and paid the timial marked popular of all the Huntinged to promptly. J B. HIGGINS, mini of $150, wliifli he failed to gie, and attention to her. A thought of an ulopu-wa- s 5j Stafford, Ky LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. The refresliiiicnt.s weie SUKGKON DENTIST. don House. j meiit had boon sent back to jail. in the mindt of both for sorv.nl on tlio second "floor, from butfe Stanford, Kkstuckv, Quarterly meeting was held at thu Office Dr. A. S. Trice and Carroll Hold went j mmv tluiu and us tliey bad found mint-t- o LOUIS SOHIiEQEL., touth title Main, two dnor above Depot St, tables occupying t lie centte of the room Uuntonvillo Saturday to join a crowd n,. niort. decidedly more and covered witli laee cloths. Tim ta- Methodist church Saturday ami Sunday. George Meece, n miner of Pittsburg, of boysund girlH who were going uMiing. enjoyable than ball playing, their atteii-Th- e ble service was decorated ware. The livery Htables hea furultdwd tbeiivi tiotis and ivtn venation tin well, were bride's cuke and alno that of tbe bride- was badly hurt last week by slate falling kiciimon-j:ICV, and 'turned fnim tliu purtm to the delight- - groom weh placed on a on him, breaking his collar-bon- e ten tilriioutu for tlio occasion. Photographs in all styles and sites. Pictures in in the stand DENTIST. otherwise injuring him. Miss Mary MeUoberts now 'ban her, f n, there and then they determined mniu parloisaud en eh India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. New cut their own and in Frames and Mats at very low prices. I.nncmtpr itrett. oppoiitc court haute Sliced residence, corner! to outwit both Inr pim-n- t pasned up Friday and OITiceon The pay train and thu pub-a- d presented pieces in lucediued boxes hrt clnM in the to loft considerable money along the line in Stanford, Ky. r Walnut streets. The pupils as-- . jjc nv sklpning by the light of tl and oou each of the wedding guests. The bride S. O. DAVIS, this county among the saw mill men.' Danville to Junction City and wan eeinble for instruction on Tiiesday.TburiJ-jff,,,,- , attired in u rich, white copied silk i aboard the Louisville tniin for tiiat no- - Hmpiro style, long train, trimmed in Some of the mills convenient to the road day nnd Saturday of eucli wek. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, William, son of W. W. Smiley, who, ted Gretna Green Jetlcrs-mville- . Sonus, front witli novelty silk. Her head trim- do most of their sawing for the railroad c hae opHiird an ice on Lancaster jtrcct MT. VKRXOX, K V. and will keep constantly on hand a lull nupply of returned from the Insane AsyluinTburh-- ' ,ody bad to go along and act as IkjiU ming cousUted of a beautiful bridal veil company. Pure I.akn Ice nbnnd-anc- e Office next door to Whitehead's Drujf Store. nn iio'itli'ntalThe locusts are here in great dny, died next day, 1I m.in atnl tl.tu Hitlt swearing, etc., and of white illusion, oriiomcutcd witli silpor Pound, At li ami the hogs are fating sumptu- In quantities over fie pound. Now u the tiniolo Special attention given to diseases of children ly hbot in thu head a tew years ago and j,.;. c. Walton was selected. That c vo li- ver plus. She curried in her hand an f. s and make engagement for thu cau!i HAMPION. bit S M nee been in a demoiited condition, lug Mr. Keller called on bis would-b- e elegant boipiet of fragrant Marcsbal ously, especially the razor-backMJNNKLI.KY K n which have rooted up the Mr. Chapin while on his way from ,ride at Mr. Price's, wheie hIic was Neil roses. Miss Cheiiaiilt never looked woods like plowed tields for these anto Cincinnati missed eonuee- - ingand soon after they left under the lovelier Jliaii on last evening, when, Hails, SMndes and Shoss Tor Sals, tlou at Junction City and came on here pretense of calling on a mutual hulv from her ow n choice, she placed her fu- cient pests. Hev. O. F. Duvall and Joe MeKee to wait forth. next train ami talk water, friend, In another portion of the town, ture in the keeping of her liege lord. Ten Thousand Rails acd 10,000 Poplar Shingles. works to our people. His estimate for hut hardly bad they gtten a square Mr. Kveue is one of our most exempla returned from the Cumberland a ha hand Men's, , Misses' Proprietor is near V'W- Mr. Price's when they wore ago with a line lot of llsli, including Children'sonShoe., made byWomen Kurwood & and E. H. BURNSIDE, ' from building water woiks ry and popular young men, a member of Alter, Co tlio water works at Ixdian- - taken by Mr. Walton in a carriage. This a sturgeon which was a considerable cu and Mundeilc, which I will sell at the erj lowes, the piosperous law firm of Keene & I have and they must be tley enteral and in a short while thu Cainplwll. His honesty, integrity and riosity to most all who saw it. Fishing prices My nock ibought tlietu and those who want No Hotel In Kentucky has a better reputation, old. on. complete and Its proprietor Is determined that it It is useless for me to tell you below the bargains can get theiaC by railing. I mean busiWllH MMv hoteled is i:ood in the Cumberland, at Junction ability have won for shall be maintained ness. W HAlI.hV, Turners ille. bun an enviable thing about the lsise lull g.uno between Ciu. , Mw1lj, lht. tnii 1,.,, U(, , r. place in the opinion of the entire com- falls. your niituvMiLi'B and the Centre College r,vo ,1U n.A7 A J( ,,, Tliereweresever.il heavy rain and tB yo1B He has recently added to Its appointments Horsemen and li1 m cniple.matriinoiiial intent, trio.1 tosleeo. munity. Helms secured for his com- wind storms in this section tlio first of 1' A T?An?DCj St.lmen nt the counties tenui, as your . m. was nerw mm xV.lliU!jl0, Traders panion in life one of the sweetest young of Marion llovle, Lincoln, Garrard and Washingtoll your r.Mdois all iilxjut it. I win ton but exTitemont was too high and the miles ton will find all the news relating- tj matters of in. bulies of which Fort Scott can boast, last week. One house about three you the roason of one of the nieinlMtns af- few hours there were as. as many years. south of liere was blown down and ma- terest to them in tbe AJJ V UUA 1 ill the paper of cultured and refined, of ter the defeat over here: "The reason Finally the train uame and all aboard- - the qualities that go possessing all large trees near town were uprooted. Central Kcntuckj, issued luetdayand hndayof to make a charming ny amq 50 cents aim try it A First-Clas- s catn Livery we got beat this time was becuueo we ed, mid tlilnking they were safe and LA bouse was struck by lightning in Bar- - lor three months jear Address 1). O. Hoyle, I'usiness associate ami a noble wife." The hunfees out of thu reach of all began To accommoda e the demands of his increased did not nmkc enough seoies." Gate t5 boiirville and several men near were bad ..laiiaKer, jjanviue, rvy. to imp dreds of friends of the lovely transient patronage, lest Turnouts furnished bride at $20. admitting Indies free. a little. As the three wore enjoying the Commercial Travelers and others. her old Kentucky home send happy ly stunned. It is more than probable that Hev. much needed rest all of a sudden the But little business was done in court Steve Holcombe, w lio has been preach- train jumped the track nt Kiley's and greeting and heartiest blessings for her last week. No murder cases were tried, MT. VERNON, KY. ing at the Methodist church, will leave ran tvinil hundred yards over ties and and the .mail of her choice both heie the first on docket being continued, but ami hereafter. n This old and Hotel is still maintain the llrst of the week. It is the genera switches, shaking the soon to be Initial a good many misdemeanor cases were inj its fine reputation, Chiracs reasonable. Speopinion that be has done tome good dur- Mirty up fearfully and scaring them out CHURCH AFFAIRS. of. Tom Stringer got a two cial attention to the traveling public disposed ......... HI lin- ruiuilil.il tJl ing his btay. While there have not been oi their wiK Of course thiy were in a .. ti'ii .. . .. ... ' VUUT3.f PUIIIUIILU .. .1...- (...Iltittli.,t (tw .M. P NliW'COMIl, Prop., .. . i iiiv rurk. 11111 itiuip .iceiing win many additions to the church, still lie dilemma, thinking perhaps Miss Farris' Mt Vernon, Ky. , ki ling a negio about two war ago. lie 1 begin July :!l aud on Sam . . has put people to thinking and bis ser- - ,,rot,Hvould object to the eonsuinina also indicted for malicious whooting. ... davs. Jones will arrive and remain .. . , . i ninns will ri'Nttlt iii eood timillv, Kev 11011 ami rush to toe M!eue. .v .. ..: ui i nun ..r T,o (jultlRll ANieuibly of the North 1 lie last rae irieo r:aiuruav was iiiai 01 H. M. D.f VjVMHlHrissraiffilEsMssWH , will ptencli during Home four hours brought a mini irom of bmiHville, Settle-.charged with detaineru rrcnhyteriau Cliuich is in its 101st Charley Chestnut, (.MiviiHlmrg ami ag;iin they startod. Adthe reimilndtT of tlio meeting. female, which resulted in a hung STANFORD. KY at New York, witli Dr. V. C. ing a ditional worry of delay at Lebanon ItuberU, of Chicago, as uiodorator. jury. Harnald Schupb.ick, a Swiss lad Office 011 Lancister Street, oppoMte HUSTONVHiLE, KY- The . Grace is Dead, Junction and South Louisville made body repreHeiits -- S Synods, 210 Presby- about 17 years old, was indicted for manHaving removed to this place from Liberty, to On the flrnt day of April, t.roce, the them eight houi behind practice his profession, calls the attention of the Are still In the business and ready to do anyslaughter. In a drunken row at a dance pub lie to the fact that he will be when they ar- teries, (v00 cliun-hes- , full w itli 700,000 comMm. Jamen II. ready nt all hours thing in the Undertaking line. We have only child of Mr. e. rived at thu J. M. fc I. depot for colony, about two mouths ago, he day or niijht td answer calls in town "r rountrv. stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes ,municants aud .1 total population of L'- in the Thirty years of his lite were spent in Stanford and of every deicription Our hearie, which Is nearly-neSwope, died. Hut a few short monUiri The river was noon crowed fatally stabbed one man aud seriously he deems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability as can be obtained on short notice Mr. J. 11. he lived to gladden her paruuU witli and a breath of free air from the IIoos-ie- r 000,000. physician and surgeon A share of the patron-ac- e Green has charge of our business and will show wounded two others witli a cheese knife. of the people of Stanford and vicinity isasked our goods to any one needing anything in our A Jetter ftoui Hro. H.irncs, too late her hahy ways, and at the very time f line by Inm State tlrawn. Straightway to the for this ixsite, suys lie would 6j.tt 1)111 sullr-agstirt on the detlio hpripg ilowern lift rTieir heads Court-Iious- o when was The woman's for the heenso nud thence .. II ..1"1ilu lllisl hUli aud here in time to preach nt feated in .Michigan. -" is..- '' "" to J. to Kuwln' onlee, they were the Court-hoif-le e next Sunday, '.'(ith, at ' young iiuim-iiunv. Robert Y. Thomas, whoso nssinino made hiish.'ind and. wife in a few mo- ;l o'clock and deliver his lectures on the performances in the legislature will be Uod, and mniled and died. mother and after crossing over the Kentucky 'b)st Tribes of .Im-.u-11.. .1... . II. ..r tlt.iir .,1,11,1 tin, niriMllH ments at the Opera remembered by nil who burdened their AfU'r lll wrumo,1.v tlll) ''"PPy ...1 ,...1 H...I, Hm.Uiti erief Iw- House tlie following Monday and Tues- minds with the acts of members of 1S85, r, X THIS nreDarntion.without MIVII. HUM l"Mv. Hoard from June I to July r, per week ... $s oo p.ilr, nccoiiipauit'ii oy tlielr busmen JL Iniiirvrtmfinvs"PVAfiirbut death mukeM nilenco mock tho niise-r- y nuinnger, ferried over to Louisville, stop- day nights. shot and killed George Elmer, a mer- Cottage Rent from June l to Jul j i.per weekjj jo Pim- 'Icula ing. Liver-Mole- s. The Christian church in Stanford is chant of Cuseyviile, Friday. Thomns, Hoard per week after July I of sorrow uud hushes the llpa when oo ;6 Black-Hoad- s, ped at the (.hilt House ami returned most we plead for Hpeeoh. It may he home Sunday and have taken rooms nt preparing for another glorious meeting who publishes a paper had been printing Cottage Rent per.'week after July i . . . 5 50 pies, A few applications Sunburn and will render the Single Meal j0 Tan. stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and wintry night this fall. Hev. John Uell Gibson an- derogatory articles on Klmer, who warnbest ufter all to have these most Horses well cared for, per wees . 300 the Portman House. The opposition on nounced at tho morning service Sunday and Miadowed dayH, the breaking of tho the part of 31 in Farrio' His Inst paper was Kserybody Is cordially lnitd to sisitlus early white. Viola Cream is not a paint or parentis was that he had written to a very celebrated ed him to desist. remedy to cats, atimage when we love it most, for out or in the season and get ad .intake of thej'ieduced rougher than the others and Khner ?owder to cover defecti, but a chlully due to lier youth and they admit evangelist to assist to all other preparations, and rates.SRespectfullj, A. L. SPOONAMORK, have him and that lie 8tren8 and Mruit mid ruin drug-cis- ts thnt they would not have attempted an wanted the church to begin now prepar- - tacked tho editor, shooting him in tho t P O Address, Stanford, Ky. Is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At iwiii) the bent of gilts to men. leg. Thomas then fired nt him with the or mailed for 60 cents. Prepared by interference hud they known they could fjr t,1(. Inet,ttIIBi ' Another sunbeam gone from earth, O. TOLEDO, OHIO. &; iiiu.ui,u ..M. to ,1. u .miss mow, --The l'nsby tery of Grand Forks, Uak. above result. Another star declined, too niueli cannot be said She posses j ,as 8UslwIlle(l Uuv. char,M McUlul Another losibuJ called called ta lie For Sale at McRoberts & Stagg's, Stanford, Ky. Cautets. 3Irs. W. S. Warren, Mc In Christ's own garland twined. , . miKu ueatttj ... m,:e aim tusposiuon ami f ,.ltonl(u ror tllu ofri.Ilsu of ...k. Kinney, will cut the lags, dye and ROWLAND, KV is a most accomplished young lady. ing n glass of beer in a saloon. 3Ir. "Another eye hat softly shut weave the carpet, when rags nnd warp Dealer In down, lis while Mr. Keller, who has held a posidefense was that his physician nre furnished, at 20 cento it yard. If Diy Goods, Notions, Another soul has lclt Its cross Hat3, Caps tion in this oHice for a number of years advised him to drink beer and that he rags are cut 10 cents n yard. She has To wear ln"heaen acr.wn. Hoots, Shocij Clothing, Hardware, Queens-warand is a personal friend of the writer, is n pieferred to take It openly, rather than inudo about 125 yards recently nnd wish-C- HICKEN rtlleo;, Tinware, Furniture and a "Another Rower, it luo-cumost worthy young gentleman and a in; es still to serve tlio public. Give hern to sneak iiume witli it and pull down the I'oUltatl its sweetness good business man. He has gift and Another soul is bom in heasrn call. General Lino cut tains. Groceries, perseverance and makes a success of Without a spot of sin ; Kancy Candies, Canned Coodi, eic. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Nelson Colbert was hung at WashOnce mors the crj stal caUis.of ilRht lie goes at. He is an expert in anything All kinds of Produce taVcn in exchange for goods. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, Have shut an anjjtd III. his line and when necessity compels ington Kritlay for the murder of another 1111. Oino. sores, ulcers, silt rheum-- , fever ores, tettcr.chap. John can pen as readable a paragraph as the negro. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup-'- r,,tf sporior Court has reversed the tions and positively cures piles, or uo pay rcijuir. Seven hundred houses in a suburb next man. We picdict for them a Imp- ptrfect satisfaction, decisioii of the lower court in tho case of ed. It is guaranteed to This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and of Quebec were burned and nearly 0,000 py voyage o'er life's fitful sea and wish young Iriplclt, of Owensboio, vs. Louih or money relunded. niu Price S cents per box. others not to trespass on our lands without per.. long life, mission, as all such will bo prosecuted to the full monotonous be-- 1 homeless. The loss reaches for them people are uMd and others, of Louisville, to For snlc by- A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky est extent of the la Signed of its unvaried happiness. "In cover $1,005.60 lost in poker, and decides 1000,000, with small insurance, T.J.HILL, OKO. D IIOPPKK, A Woman's Discovery. may thevlive in joy, in their that although Mr. Seelbach was not in their youth I..M. McKOHKinS.JK. M.S. I1AUCJHMAN, more chickens de- age may thev live in peace. K. C. W. hli P"". t was played in Ids house and There- have been J.K HKL'CK Another wonderful discovery has been made ROUT McALlSTKR, S. It SHANKS. S H. and that too by a lady in this county. Disease MRS. IIKNKV HAUOHMAV. HAUGIIMAN. stroyed.!))' cholera since tlio war than -- We are in receipt of Fort Scott pa- -, ho WMU MiellciaQMind must refuml. A M FKLAND upon her and for seseu jears l.. I. I'BKtK fastened its clutches JOHN W. HOLMES, there were men killed during the war, per giving an account of thu marriage of a New Kind of Insurance 1' W. ital or A I HAYIJKN, she withstood us e crest tests, but bir Gnnter's chicken cholera cure will soon Miss .M.llllie Clieiiaillt to .Mr. Austin 31. Has been put in operation by the manufacturers of gans ucri) undermined and death teemed immi- u. v, HOLMKS. It Is sold and warranted by ICceiie, which occurred tit the First l'lCS-- ! "r- I'urce's medicines. His "Golden Medical nent. I'or three months she coughed IncCKsautly stop tlmt. -- t Prescription" are sold and could not sleep. She bought o' " bottle o McUobertH & Stagg. byterian cliurcli there, .May loth, at 8 '""'""'" 1825. by drucul-t- s under the manufacturers' positise -, and lllO Chltrch W..8 beautifully dcCO- - K;mraIltco. Klher benefit or a complete cure., Dr. King's New Discoscry for consumption that P.M.. ed on taking the first dose You Cannot Afford was so much relic rated for the occasion, tllO platform be- - tin,, obtained, or money paid for these medicines she slept all night, nnd with one bottle she Ins reAt this season of the year to be without a good Thousands of dollars worth of ' as cramps, illg 11 bed of sweet flowers. returned, 'lhe certificate of guaranlie Riven iii been miraculously cured. Her name Is Mrs. Lu- On Dwellings, Household Surrounding is liable diarrhoea tlnm in the house, Furniture, Stores, Mer- - :Iiickcns die every year from Choi or these inedlcines is eiuiva- -. ther I.iifs.' Thus write V. C Hamrick Ar Co , of tion Ith sl colic, diarrhoea and al! Inllmumatimiorthe stum. tllO Wholll was 11 railing of HlllllllX.ill lllO cnanuise, ,vc , apply to tue oia jra. It is more fatal to chickens tluiit lent to u policy of Insurance. The "(Joldcn Med. Shelby. N. C Get a free trial bottle at A. It. ach and bowels are esceedinjly dangerous If not center which were fi entrance gates J ,M liwvery..cuieia hlim ad blood taint., Penny's drug store. the Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Oo. .ill wther diseases combined. But the once. Onu bottto of lleuB' Dur. attended to at of the Kvery available seat was taken by the' from whaiescrcausu arising skin, and scalp dis- rboea llulsam will do moro Rood in cases Eupepsy. Lightning clauses attached aud damages pild discovery of n reineuy ui&i fi'siih'th t. time the parents of the bride, .Mr. and et.es, scrofulous sores and swellings. The "l'a-orikind than any othir medicine on earth, Wa cures if has been made, and to be conThis Is what )0ii ought to have, in fact, you whether fire ensues or not. II all those derangements Prescription" cure CiF.O. IIUUCB, Agent. A. R. Penny. DrtiRgiM 17 3Irs. K. It. Clionaull entered, accompavinced of its efiicacy only reiuires a must have it to fully enjoy life. Thousands aro and weaknesses peculiar to women. nied by Mr. and 31rs, Waller Cheiuiult, searching for it daily, and mourning because they trial. A bottle is enough f?i Tho Prltle or Woman. thousands of dolMr. nnd 3Irs. James 3Iiller, 3Ir. and 31rs. ' Don't hawk, hawk, low and blow, dugliitin g find It not. Thousands byupon people in the hope B. It isguar-antee- d one hundred chickens. and transparent sUn is always our A tlear pearly u erybud) , but use Or. S tje's Catarrh Remedy. lars are spent annually wilh Joo Chemiult, 3Irs. Montgomery, .Mr, that they may attain this boon And yet it may of If, after using stun of pure blood, and ull persons troubled With We guarantee that Klectric Hitbe had by all John W. Harris, of Nortonville, Kas , darUsreasy, el!ow or tlotclicdskin can rest Why Is It .1 bottle, the buyer isliotthotoughly ters, if used according to directions and the use few doses that their blood is nut of order. A & family. Jin- - that rx'onle linger aloni: nluays compIaimnE persisted in, will bring )ou Good Digestion and satisfied with it as a oure for,CbicKen will re- and other members of tho ' Demon Dyspepsia ai d insull instead of IUkks' Hlood Purifier & illood Maker Ouoliottle mediately after tho family had been about that continual tired Iceling ?srnt.. ...ui u,.-of oust the We commend Klectric llittirs forDvs-pcpr-- Manufacturers of Fine Saddles and Harness, In Cholera, return it tolhe hn'deisigned ,1.... i ti t, - Kupepsy. all diseases of Liter, Stomach and, ...i m.xA.i tho C"ue and l,,c Mn ,vl" tccome cie"nd .in move aud every stjle and finish known to the trade. Race and vour money will be refunded. seated, tho roonnmon and bridesmaids, ,r,y It. nd if satisfaction it not " Sold nt i.ii,ig,gi.rtem.gt!Wite Kidocvs.drugstore 50c and $1 per bottle by A. R and Trotting Kuuipinents a specialty. willJosry..'. nothing. It is fully warranted A. it Peyny's No. Ji East Malu Street, LEXINGTON, Ky, Mr. IKF. O.unpbell and Miss Flora llice, a..d regukw digestion, A. It. Tenny, Druggist. for by sale McRoberts & Stags, Stanford DruBKHt. ' rW , JACKSON HOUSE. First-claw- 107-t- nt j ,.'.,, ' j i in-w- POWDER HOTIGEI e, Absolutely Pure J 8 I I Attention, Coal Burners. , w". :b. :3P:E3:fcOsnz- PHOTOGRAPHER, ) ICEI ICEI ICE! Conts j-tf j t 77-t- visit-tauano- sand-pplittcr- THE MYERS HOUSE few-day- s 1 ' ny-;J(Art- y j fll - Pool nnd Killiard Parlors Stable NEWCOMB HOTEL. l.l ', .,..., Sj-t- l. 0. M'ROBERTS, J. T. SUTTON" CO., Court-Hou- se "d Jeller-Honvill- 64-t- """ l'" b ..:r. .u.... ; J..i, HALS'S WELL. I" .I 1..-..- Season Opens; June i, '89. ,5Vic e 36-l- 0 HI. IHZXLTOILSr e, G. BITTIVErt CO., 'ti ANTER' Cholera Cure! p of m& FOSTED. - ' Established FOR HTSTJHA1TCE SSI guar-anteel- te v . 1 tl 1 , H. WILSON, 50-cen- two-third- s THOMPSON BOYD, , ,,!, It. , -- ' . rr . :a ov- - iPinivvnnBwiimiiwiiMM V" TJMT "jT-"- ' i,TPr t . - i-- ' 7 ,tV.- 'v - V t w a " JnwMUwMMwtftm -. otpwWw .. t. TT" J' ' ' ' I' -- r ""l''i ft 'yi -- r- It is hardly "necessary to Btato it, ns Any member of tha Knights of Honsuicido should go it was taken for granted that ho would, or who contemplates slow. Tho Supreme Lodge, in Bessian nt that Judge Durham's successor has apIndianapolis, has derided that hereafter proved that fraudulent account of John-niStanford, Ky., May 21, 1889 no benefits shall be paid upon members Davenport. a Tho Philadelphia commit suicide. It was also orderwho ed that the lodges be more careful in paper of high character and moral tone, W. F WALTON. taking members addicted to habits that savs it feels sure that tho cause of tem hasten death and that they must im- perance can bo better promoted by high Tiik sudden ilenth of Allen Thorndyko mediately fid themselves of hnbitual license, which has been proved practical, Nice, just ns ho was nbout to set sail for drunkards. than by prohibition, which has every his post ns minister to Russia, hns creawhere been proved impracticable. An epidemic of wife murder and Tho family of Bishop, tho ted somewhat of n sensation. His disease seems to bo sweeping tho country. claimed that tho doctors perform was ton8iletis and death BoeniB to have newspa- ed from actual suffocation; the dis- Hardly a day passes that tho an autopsy on him before he wasdead eoiuo huscharge tilling up the nir passages nntl re- pers do not contain accounts of and upon investigation they were held Ho was born in bands killing their wives and then them- in $2,500 to await further trial. It teems lief not being nt hand. Ja from Washington, Boston in 1S53, graduated nt Oxford Uni- selves. The latest that they were in much too big a hurry where a worthless brute went into tho and were acting without authority, oven versity, England, in 187o, and first where his wife was teaching if tho man were dead. generally known in this country school-roothrough his purchase of the North Amer- and in tho presence- of 10J little girls him W. F. McClary Announces his Candidacy. ican Review in 1870, and his mibsequent blew her brains out and then shot self. Fellow Dkmockats or Lincoln: Af conduct thereof. Ills was known as the mathis appointment dude in journalism and A meetinu of the Committee of the ter mature thought in regard to tho by Harrison to the Russian mission was National Union Ijibor party is called to ter of my becoming a candidate for the severely criticised both from a party and convene nt Chicaeo Juno Kith, when an democratic nomination for representa- On and, to own goods n personal standpoint. nffnrf will Iwi mnilu tn consolidate it with tive: and further boning that I. will not .. ...u.v ..... we do not expect people to buy. - be antagonized by any of my democratic tho prohibition and other reform moveTuk Mt. Sterling Sentinel says that nvnu; meus. Tho result of the vote in the last irieiltiri lur wie wuut; iwoimiii, Gen. Green Clav Smith is preparing n shows that there must be a good announce myself a candidate for that poelection lecture which lie proposes to deliver in deal of consolidation of the reformers if rtion according to tho mode prescribed of the State for the benefit various parts they ever expect to get away with the by the county committee; that being by of the Confederate Home at Atlanta, Ga. delegated convention, ns will be seen two leading parties of tho land. The subject is Abraham Lincoln and elsewhere In this issue. I derm it there is no doubt that it will be interestfor me to speak as regards my demdebut nt Gkoimma Davids' theatrical ing. Gen. Smith Bays ho wants to do Louisville was as miserable a financial ocracy, as the record stands ns ihtiiiii- up down nn never o'0 something for the disabled Confederates, failure as some claim it was in a drain-- j nent testimony in all such matters. Hav- is goods to select new. no no whom he fought against, and having and. we atic point of view. Tho company has ing but a short time between now nnd in money he has adopted this plan to raise gon. to pieces and Miss Davids will like- the meeting of said convention, it will some money to be donated to the Home. ly return to the , where she not be possible to see all my friends in This magnanimous action will be highly is evidently more of a success than in tho ditfe rent precincts. I hope they will to see too of to appreciated by those who wore the gray her new line. consider well the importance of n nominnd will add further laurels to the brow nation, and if in their good judgment NEVYS CONDENSED. of the most versatile man in Kentucky. they see proper to instruct their dlc , in my behalf, the drowned by the gate.-- to cast their votes Nino persons wre OwENsnoiio will linve nn additional ho'" thanks of nn appreciative heart tel for tho press boys, the lludd House, overturning of a skill" at A'icksburg, Mins. extended. Should the convention see - Tho high liceiiM- law has cut the proper to nominate some one else, per Main jil., M. SAMXC2ISK, Win. Foor, proprietor, which will be opened in grand style, Thursday night number of saloons in Philadelphia from haps more deserving, then I shall be tin next. Speaking of hotels reminds us 5,773 to 1,20:1. lust of true democrats to murmur. Tin-rIn a quarrel over live cents at Louis- are questions of n lixml chnrucW that A that the executive committee very prop-erldecided that tho members of the K. ville, Louis Jackmm shot and fatally will perhaps demand attention. Should P. A. will stoo at them iu Owensboro; wounded John Bailey. the party's nominee have opposition from George Dawson shor and killed Mar- nnd not bo quartered on citizens, as has contending par - pneor both of the other rDTTa-a-IST- " r n &o OrE-ArEiXjEKN n. ,v m n i sometimes been the custom. Xo man shal Curtis at Versailles when ho at- ties in our county; that I deem now nn- with the proper feeliniican want to im- - tempted to arrest him. to dise,is. However, I have Only one Night out to New York. There are 110.CO0 miners on a strike necesMry pose himself upon the hospitality of i nothing to keep back that pertains to the j DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, tibi.UM Tm n Solid stranger and throw his family arrange-- ! in Germany and n conflict between them interests of the people of Liucolucounty, all for tho sake of a and the military is expected, inents out of gear, FANCY ARTICLES, &C whom I hope to represent. My greatest Washington, Philadelphia, Princeton has suffered tho third fire small hotel bill, and for one wo are re-Baltimore, Now York, aim in life is to discharge the duties asby tho ekytiewM prwnptia.. accuraUly coapeiinrt'iI. in the last three month. joiced at' the. present arrangement. Sprtof h signed me in a faithful ami conscientious PaMe all lh Kjmoim l.imiiim Cml. n and U Ma ir.t lust SloO.OOO; insurance $80,000. nd rivm at thereby promoting to sw lofty a lifklSUorr tht Ofi itrrw $ Tiik Secretary of the Kentucky Press (ieorge Wright, his wifo and child manner, May . I .. w.,,,on" i)V the ears at degree as possible such interests as, are -ic C'anl Association has mailed a circular toe very ...,r .,.. 7t UJaaaaK .MJT? .fjft Jimitn m best suited to insure tho prosperity and riil,NIj1 yitiy Ulircllll THE LARCEST STOCK OF VATCHES, editor iu the State, or at least bo tried Wasbane, Tenu., nnd all killed. Daily KASTWARl). Kpr. KAccow happiness of those with whom I may be to, giving .the programme of the meeting Daily lV.x Sa An incendiary started a lire at Sb. CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Most ltespt., to occur in Owensboro Juno Gth, and inInd., which spread till $100,-00- 0 identified. Sinafpfd. tj pm n ji V I.c Kvcr brought 10 thK market. W. F. McClaiiv. 'rite wtt thaa ni ' 6 4a pm i (upra mi forming those who wish to attend to worth of property yns destroyed. theloweit Watchet. Clixkt ad Jewelry He. 7 1 l", n n P VlnclMter ., " write him at Stanford for transportation " K. J 57 l"n J I President Cleveland has rented n paired on thortjnoti c and warraatrd. R. C. Warren Again Declines. j I Mt Sttthng. if pm1 !MP 7 o pm . Am r ' alii thereto. For fearsome may have been house in Now York for two years with .. 7 $6 pat ot pm Iu response to your second cull iijkiii " Sleptonc MarehMd 3 ia pat, I 58 pn mni unintentionally overlooked this is pub- the privilege of purchase for $100,000. a candidate for the legism me to become 4 Olive Hill nWiHCl o o lished with the request that the papers 41 pm ' James Turner shot and killed Tom lature. I have this to say: I have once t y! fa 10 5 p ritoiibur. generally either copy or refer to it. Holton in a magistrate's couit nt Nash- before declined a similar flattering call, " llunllnctaa pm 7 J ville, because lie called him a d n liar. but 1 Iwlieve now as I believed then that Arr W'KHeSrtphar '.....-- . 10 ;o aa ChrHtHi... . Dktectivus worked the Law nnd Orappoint- - my private alfuirs do not admit of my ' Wathlatan Amor Smith, Jr., has been . .. 30 p " lUlilmore, der League at Carlisle in a way they dis- - ed survevor of tho Port of Cincinnati, i P I'hiUdrlptU. camlidary. I am not unmindful of the pise. Thev employed them to come .. ... York io jm" New J$ u..0(,nn..l but a democrat still holds on in Louis- Kindnos winch the democracy of this "" KUhiHOflil, Va. it ... mere mm vuri ujjouiui;iin-aioiijiv3- tt 5 jo jim .. lHI,.inlCfc'rl county Im ahwtvM siinwu me, and . . . ...- violation of the prohibition law, butafter Notrolk .- ." H fcjheriir Duncan's boy staying ii week, having teir board paid j nt.nry took a prisoner from Waynocoun-nn- could Nllurd U make tho nice it would give me gn it gnitificalion and pleasure getting SW from the league, they lit ty t0 tj,e IK.njtentiary d and the request of my friends, Kelurnint; !"jt Mii! arrival I.etincton to .i. 41 unbosoming their secrets, if alone out without ocr of the party was plac- nnan.JaUy ecpi Sunday IxhhUki $ am daily, i. oid .ii' they had any. The traditional wet lien AecmnnMatwa arta An engineer who was injuret ... ., was ed hi luii't t .. it and do all in ocepi Sunday. could not have been madder than the wreck on the N. i.. L. .. arm, I.rslfUtixi 47 p m I.imltrd to curry it i urtory. ilaily. Thi train WvrMibulnl from cd to end aad members of the league are now. awarded $:SO,0Q0 damages at Mansfield, my powr Permit me to rrturu to you again my runt ohd to New VU At"- wriif or apply In ror ticket and O., Saturday. I. W. HXRNKV.lickH AM The Senatorial Committee failed to sincerest and wannest thank for the depu! stThe chief marshal, sheriHand S A HRUMIIKRtl.Trt to meet again Saturday and it begins to ty county clerk were killed by negroes generous and hearty support tendered I MIR1'H Genl l'a AM ) D VARklM.lOV j.l V ! I eliir'"i. Ky It. C. Waiii-.e.v- . look like we are. not to have n nominee me. in n row over n school election nt Forest for tho ouice of State Senator. Tho last City, Ark., and great excitement preMT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. State convention expressly resolved that vails. nominations should be made for evdry Joseph Woods had an nnn and a the lino I. O. O. F. temple. office and we believe that it should be just completed at St. Louis at a cost of leg broken in tho Livingston mines. followed to the letter. Tho comtnitteo ovur $1,000,000 will be dedicated to the CrUAtsS JtOTJTJC." 'IIU-'J. II. Albright's little son lias had owes it to the party to meet and take use of the order with imposing ceremo his prayers for a little In other answered. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE steps for a nomination, or give 6ome bet- nies. It arrived on the 0th. Dealer In SC1IKDUI.F. IN EKFKCT MAV u. 943. At Klkton, Joe Liiiebaugh was fined ter reason than now appears. Harrison Henmes caught a live 7fWl for vinljifinif tln in li nrt,ritr.ifit hands. Henmes ground hog with bis No 6 No 4 No 5. , in ;:, Two colored men caught crumbs from ,1,rt,,i,lW11 In. ,' , .,1U ,f dog made a dive for it but missed the South Round 1.x Sun. ! week-To- ws-, Dinly KtSua the president's t.ble last f, ,w hMto WQrk u mU h s animal of February renown and caught pm J pen. .mil Ki.ini.MiiiwiiiiliMl Ki'i'istt-- of the o - ...j, STANFORD, KY. . .... .,.... .., , I.ve Cincinnati ., a to a a I m p in i 45 P i uniin lor iihnnt s vi'jir-j- . his master's hand lacerating it badly. I w 109 pm at p in I.ve Covington. cral land ofiieo and Lynch tho fourth m A New York printer, who had saved has made his nppent-anc- e Lve Falmoath .. 9 10 a a ') 17 P in j to P m Santa Claus a it p Arr Iar auditor of the treasury. Harrison want- upcoOO, put every cent on Hanover to j On p r 11 00 p in 4 JO p in 1 at the Needle Kyu tunnel cliir--. Arr I.eniagton ed to ignore his best friends or turn win the Brooklyn Handicap. When W) a i 45 p e You go to the foot of tho cliH"s, give a hve Parka e to l"in V "lnchtr., u "J V " them off with a cold potato, but the 7 JO p m won ho went to his room, turned on yell ami m sack comes dangling down at Arr Richmond JB Arr democratic press tired into him because tho gas and was suflbented. I.acatr... I ao p a end of a rope; put your money and Arr Sunferd th o p Arr of his ingratitude and mado him come to Solomon liirscb, n prominent and bottle therein and get your red eye. Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is 45 Lve Riehmend .. " .time. . , 3EI pn "..'.'.";V...! !!!;!l!v' Arr iieron- ami wealthy republican Hebrew of Ore- full and complete. We call special attention to our 5 so p in Arr l.exlncton.. HUST0NVILLE. Stnu,l) " ' Puw of uMr Guv. W. J. Laxijiiam Passed down to No 1. No. j. No. 5. rNTDESTK-U-CTIBLn Louisville ycstenl.iv to call the rupubll. prominent nnd wvaltliy democratic In sending notices to trustees to e to I inad- -l I,e I.ivinckton.. S co and brcM' of Xuw YorIc' a convention to order send in their censim The best Casket of the kind ever invented. 10 15 a rn llerca. to us as his opinion that Col. A. u.v some to the Lve RkhinoniL IJ.45, a in it directed vortently Arr Win. Miller, a citizen of this county Embalming under tho most approved method Let thoo who know I.ve Suaford .. .. 7 00 rn M. Swope will bo tho nominee for treaswrong parties. when desired. wu" s 110W 10t y'w I.ve Lancatiar .. 7 40 a in urer for several good ami sullicient rea-- , for 70 they forwarded their rebuts be easy on Arr RuIhwwmI... 9 4J a m J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. so,(lier of tl,u war of 1S12W!,s " 6 10 x m that ho has tho time, tho n 40 P Kve! kit hmond.i the subject. a m, Monday and is .niite sprightly VincJieter 3 JO P school yesterday J. Arr I'aru money and the ability to make a capital town In theSundav 4 10 p m 7 48 a in Arr and intelligent for one so old. Somerset B. Green was unanimously a " j,e i.cxiuRton - 4J 45 tP "' 7 00 a ml 3 4S P "i Keporter. ij m 8 sj m I P e id p in 9 13 a in 5 07 p m superintendent. The institution was re- I.ve I'aru Falmoutli-- ,, I.ve sailed for GerMunATllAiSTEAiilms Gov. Uishop's boy, William.hasbeen organized with a full corps of oilicials Arr Covington. jo 35 am 7 jo p m 6 3J P Arr Cincinnati ... 6 45 P n 10 45 a m 7 M P" many, but not as a representative of the bounced from the collectorship of the and promises to go forward with renewU. S. Government. Tho republican Son- - Cincinnati district and D. W. McClung ed activity. Hev. Bruce was on hand - (ntheMayille Branch, No g. leavet I'arii at .. t t 1' in, arriving t . am and V. .o. nto sat down on his ambition in that res- - appointed. Some crookedness among and nreaeh ng in the morning anil at Mav.viiie at 10 . a m.... 8 to, p m..1 Mo. al. ' .. .......... of .1'irll-and . .Hi t.iuin. pect So ho goes only on account of his t10 Rigors is said to have hastened the McKiniiev here the afternoon rw.l.- Inaaa IllVtVlllC .. di j,I3 in f..,.u.lla. Ifl n in .o. 12 leave .iiavni'. health, which nearly gave away because change, lufrn oHiiinoni'onUMlt timmi.m'H lo rUVursO arnvM it I'arii M 4 0(. i' m. These train are w..ww.. VPW ' ...,, C,,n JU and disgust. of disappointment Theodore McCean, of New Albany 'I the old order of titles by changin tllfiilk UdllV CAWlea. t; . .o. j ... , ....-- J nd., was tlned .i), ilisfranclilseil lor live .vn- - 10 j? am: excrpt i.viiHi unuay 1101 OKI militia .1S1C Tub democratic coininitteo haa called years and sent to the penitentiary for J'OUIlg latllt-?tijaErv,vvyraSi3jli2M!(Kvv t? s ' j pmjarmfaKalmoulh UWv4w inJ'W'tkwkm JaJiiranNBVBVBllMBMBVBVHBlBXHHBIfiMal m ? precinct meetings to name delegates to three forswearing a young girl, whom na Hold, Julia Stagg and Laura Kidd aaBaW xi am arrive Clncin. ZffitfKMr T.Ta3WPZSy- AitiJSaWaaHaW No ; s.UndS n convention to bo held hero next county his friend wished to marry, was of legal to "Bachelois," thus the world proKreiu-V- - ,,i.v to 'Plm HDIHiir, tvirfv !U .1. linilllMT rintinimli i:. am: nrrivn Kal- -Ufl( AV .ulitiif .... o :. . day. The precinct meetings will ago to do so. T, court '". j's'ieave. Vaimouiii 4 ;p m; arrive from Li verty Saturday evening returned bo lipid Saturday afternoon, Juno 1. Let Louis Morritt, the young rascal who PUK FaKgdjWiafMWlaMMai-'pretty good time and greatly delight- CaEm hTSLK. JSJPfM, utwrc i.in?. there be a full attendance and a full rep shot at his school teiirhernt Hopkiusville run daily between ed with their excursion. Mrs. Owens is mnand Cincinnati. No reHentatioiK was given 10 days in jail and fined 550 mav",Bc."'.ection, at vv.nche.ter at Mrs. Bradley's. Misses Maude Myles for carrying a concealed weapon, besides Hardin, of llarrodsburg, are A Nkw YoiiKEit is said to have inventSue being held to tho circuit court for shoot- and thi line now arrive IMPORTANT -- Train. Visiting Miss JltS.sie Cooke. Of COIirSO ed a rjystem of rapid transit by which a ing to kill. with intent can be whot b" electricon Hiiii--- " car of passcngei-Bex Held and Leslie were here Dob Day murdered his father, shot ity from 'ew York to Hoston in an hour, day. K. Fishback. bur former popular, any his di voiced wife ami burned their house railroad agCIlt at Morelaild, got a brief dtination reached hy a railroad. Ceded to or at the rate of four milen a minute. any agent ol trie. Co. tiartictiUrt addren near Loveland, O. Ullicera captured rusnito fiom nnd is .1 Kor full .. .1 s. f. n. MORSE. is i)tit at . nLand a. lar and Icct lino of Furniture . l n..l'n'.al i statement ia made that :17,000,000 him after a desperate light and ho is now Hen Kings, his eus undertaker s Goods. My prices will bo as low as surd, rmnds The .. rAuinitinn K ji l4CXini.lU(lt rvy. is babies are born every year, proving that in juil. The crime the outcome of an from Kansas is received regularly and can do bought iff tho cities. Givo'raeatrini nr,,? ,. u U.K. HUNTINGTON, lieneral Manager, industry at Ienst educated woman marrying an ignorant reports U well. Capt. John Cowuo is at JUW Will UU JLiUU' OKNEKAL OFFICES:, there is one infant llilildlof, Cincinnati, O. vinced that I sell lower than tho lowest. Buffering. mid vicious farm hand. Chamber of Comiutrce Dr. Bogle's, in Danville, still that thrives without protection. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal o EACH TUB 0! ITS OWH BOTTOM i North-America- n, 4 mii-cid- es mind-reade- r, MERIT ALONE MUST WIN! bo-ca- - We sell Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, &c, their Cheaper and Belter . ... merits grant nil a like privilege, four are not WE OCCUPY MIDDLE GROUND ne-les- glove-counte- And Bargain IInnters going drop in and as and. out empty handed. Our stock all old from, are first in styles, first in qualities, first ruan titles and LOWEST in prices. our stock; hundreds articles Don't fail numerous mention. 4 w-- " - THE LOUISVILLE STORE! Stanford. Ky. Route i .llauaucr. e v ' m I A. Mo I FENNY 9 ,. j i I l ..- i. I I Hun-tingbur- g, - l.lilo V- . I .1 ) 1 . 11 w - " -- I ' 4n t - . . . . - ', . 1 I . j . . if-- P' ! d single-hande- 1 i t Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Wall Paper, 4 ' - I . To-da- y KentuokyGentralR.R. M'ROBERTS & STAGO'S. Bo Mo WJIiAHEJNc Goods ,- r ... &- - I Furniture and Undertakers' ' 4 11 . Ux-il- 11 . 1 4 1 w he Largest, Cheapest and Best Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Bonier, Ceiling Decorations and Window Shades E V i I s ' He-a- Norlh-ltoum- i. ler j Tur-gav- i BTTBIL CASKET, j -' fions-na- mely - , . j a . M ' Art .. -- 11 m 1a 11.- -. -- SEW FURNITURE STORE! mactc )onra'FiM(AKo ipmdip,, I -- 4 j mii-.. 4 1 -- -; '"gSS J ''. mh Ctx 1!;,?!$:'; 15 Cut-i- n xSl2fiaflaHaRa vSflmMr it-T- hlJaKVnon. See 4.-- ... father-in-law- ... " . -- . L wv' Tlfl?1" ' Ht'dfatj.fcy.fLJ "' ..Ail.lj,., rr- V .' )i (''A - WW "Hyi" Uimth'MXuiAjU'- - - w.ifJAii. ;l r,;, t.M. Vy" ijir"x. ; ; 'N 8emi-Week- ly 3 FHICES ALWAYS H.EAS01TABLE. to-dn- REPORT OP THE CONDITION A i.r. tho ladies of tho Frrabytcrian church are reipiestcd to meet in tho lecTuesture room of that church Tai.hott M.MiTiN, Kkcj,, n the proud day, nt 3 r. m , to arrange for a btrnwber THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE girl baby, which ry supper AT IIUSTONVII.I.K, Stanford, Ky., May 21. 1880 father of a next Friday night. . mnile its advent Friday. In the Statu of Kentucky, hi tho cloe of business Tiik opening hop at Halo's Well will May 3. 1889 12. c. ManaRor A intAK new stock of China, Glaus-am- i occur Thursday night, .'10th. A good KKSOUKCKS. Queeimware just received at A. A, band will furnish thu music nml an ex- Loam nntl discounts $ 98,76a 40 Warren'H "Model Orocery." MEANS BUSINESS. ,85 50 tra nice supper, including Ices and straw- Overdraft! Honda i.S3 co berries, will bo set. Host A. U Spoona-mor- o U. S,fmm to secure circulxtion ropiiircd nml Watches nntl lewolry Jaii.rii Sam Owkxh is milling to thuap Due apprived rmervu uieiit t'fiii 4 extends a cordial invitation to ev- Duo from otlmr Nmloiul lUnVn warmnU'd. A. It. lVnny. .Spinru by appearance of 14.48 77 I,ANl)ltKTlfM (ilinlt'll HL'Uli, HOW CTOl, to attend. Krai ctate, furniture untl futuro : jdi 00 plying whittiwiisli wliere ltdoiMtho most erybody V Stub's. just received nt.McKobcrtu Current eieijc ami taxet paid S87 83 jjood. Oiiskiivinu a few of tho faithful slip- Premium, paid Lakiiiiktii'm (innU'ii ScimIh fresh and j joo 00 ping into Lawyer Davison's oillce one at .Check and other ociili lii'in L'eniitnu, in hulk or piifkuir, at A. It. 155 So Huitkk. The ladies of thu Christian a time Saturday afternoon we iiupiired llillt of oilier Hanks I'uiiny'H. 1,05800 Crab Orchard will give a nickels and the cause and found that the little hand- Fractional paper TiiKbest jilncu to buy driij,', patent Church at cent 5 14 4 A. It. Strawberry Festival at tliu College Hall ful had assembled in star chamber sesmediciiiKH and toilet urtlcli-ul you ........,.. .......... 064(00 Goods, is IV'iiay'H. next Friday nijrht for tho benetlt of the sion to name delegates to tho conven- Specie ,.. ,.,. lyal tender notu 1 500 00 Uoy your Bchool books, ink, tablets. church. find tion which meets at Loulivillo May Hi KtHlcinption fund hli V. S. Treattrer Hobool HUiiit'H of all ponciln iiapur, from A. andl'oniiy. jfe 50 j per Lent ofcirculaituu H. to nominate a candidate for State Tieas-ure'T am n pic of thu Little Ited Hon." After caiicassing tho matter all Total ... Ask the biisinohH manager of tho Ixti:- $'56 9M PERSONAL POINTS. I.IAIIII.ITll'.S. uiouJotiiiNAi. for a solution." London good republicans in the county wero ap( K. T. Fostkii, Ksij., of I'xim;ton, has Koho. mi cm lie has been lvitn it ever pointed delegates and then the body dis- Cipltalttock paid ill to oi 09 Hinro he uot Iiomt and raving over tho solved as it bad formed by dropping out Surplus fund been on a visit to relatives liure. ITliditided profits ..... 3,17s 59 1'noK. J. M. .Siiioi.ii and family have beauty of the loveliest "little pii;" he one at a time. Nittiun.il lUnk not4 niinlundln' 9 15.) 00 moved to thin place from D.invillu. over laid hi- eyes upon 77.715 S K.vrniK Thais Ditchki.. At Hiley's Individual itcpoIls suyoct to Duo toother National Han 6,951 19 Mu. K. 0. Coma and J. W. Wilker .. ... i i i i ?.. Station, some UO miles below hereon tho in K,,B "" ,M" " """" """ "" '" son, of Liberty, woio hero yesterday. L. A N., Fiiday morning, passenger Tot.tl 56,993 34 of Oiiahlks Uiikimi. IUUM.T inufliniilo ftl "trumental Concert for the bonel.t STATB OV KB.VTUCKY ) train '.V, ran into a switch left open by (! County of Lincoln J l,irc,,'t,,,1 ,,II,'W, Moy ' "' Kowland, ha, been transfer.ed to UmIh-her pupil", who height train .'II and literally toio up tho by Mrs. Priestly J. V. linker ea.hler nf the above named ,1. , Hank tlmt the statement iiiuii.ul tab earth around. Kvory car was thrown is true do solemnly ofivnr knowMsealxmt belief. by llio t to the ket my nnd UKomiKA. lW.rr, tho clover coun- - "m lf from the track and thu engine was Bet of .Stanfon . ImuuHti,, ey following J. W. HOCKEK, Cashier. ty clerk of Casey, ,,aw,el through tli8 SubscrlbiHl lnfore.ino tho conceit will be a stmwberry supper, coiiipletuly across it. Had not tho train or.May iKj and sworn K to1'KACOCK this 18th1. dav fj (J. N IV eitv Sundav y, mi.i slackened a little, the engineer thinking given l the tomans , Correct atlost. was A..K Comwan, of of the church. ho minht bo llagged at Hiley's, the occuKuuo Auokn, ) the-- guest of oho of Stanfonl'a faire.t wrvwl by thu young ladies T. J KnttNsoN Directors c'",,vrt aV V"' M' A1" pants of the crowded cars would havo ,)o"r,rt "I"" ' ' H.ll McAnincii) Sunday evening. to Ht.Mer been dashed to eternity, ami it was n ,Mo" & wnl Wttn'Tt Mu. am. Mm. J. S. Ilniiim and Mrs. Xn L'7h miracle that somo wero not hurt as it Murphy went to Itock Casllo Springs for Hni" l"'1' REPORT OP THE CONDITION was. Very little harm was done tho OK tho season Satimlay. The I'harmaceutiml Association after coaches ami the damages to tho enginu THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, (.5. Which Mill leave about Mm. W. ir(,t. ,,MyH. H(HUm Bt Crab Orchard amounted to little or nothing. The pasSea &c. Graves, the llrst ot.i line w ttli it uiikmimi .any surin mlioiiruwl Fridsv to meet next sengers wore considerably jolted, but esAT STANFORD, foranoxtenduil tour of Kuropu. your in Itiehmoud. Follnuinsr are tho caped unhurt. The Ctreensburg train In the Sl.ite of Kentucky, at the ilote of biilnes Mibmm .Ic.vxii: Jou.no.n' and Mary T. olllcers elected for the yest; I'resiilrlit, .Uy 13, 1M9 arrived about throe hours after tho m goods, s titeoii, of IhutiiHlllf.urwtlio guests of, i,j,..,ni n. I'Hni'it. liuixville: Pint wreck anil the passengers were in this R1.MJURC1S. Miss Mamie JuIihhwii, near town. Viccl'reMilrnt, .1. .1. ifrooki. Kichmond; way tiaiisfened to Louisville. The wreck Kuan, and discount , 3i373 jf Mil. AumiosK T. one of the best W. It. was denied no by I o'clock tho same Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. ... 5,14466 (luiuourntt) in thuefluntry. was tho irueht sR. TAXiTOlT, C. evening ami no further delay was caus- V S. Uon.ls to socurit virculatiow Awo orts Stanford; Thinl Othur slocks, iKHids nnd mortgagns. of S. M. Owonu SuntUy and yooterday. i& 41.10s jj IMmumls. (ilHseowJiim-tiotifault lies with thu brakeman l.iio from approved reserve ed. The 6.3J4 9$ Ma. H. .1. hNvtiim, if :nilsville, . ,, .1 H.v:.,.i. ..,, nmi i10 will bo al Frankfort; Main and Somerset Streets. iiHjSt'cntury, .1. V. P. Due triwn otlur N'atsoral llniiks.... 7,70404 I1. Aifn'intion at Crab Or-- ' , the K. 11. W Lilian!, ..,...., ,,,,1.. .iu,.illir (Jorn"Hiiidliii: 1. Due Irmn State Hanks and Hankers 'iJH sG I !". , chard anil pasMtl through Friday eu UeuleiUlo, furniture aed fiuwrp ....... t,9oe as. Treahiirfr, W. !. Jobnsoii, Current cxeees and taxes pat J ....... roitto homu. M. i,47 o OEATH'S DOINGS. FSerutive Committet' l'rcKsiums Mld jt4B ae Mas. W. IL M11.1.BK law Iwon at tho t, ,,((((.r i.nisvHlf, It. .1. Snyder, Ii 1 eM j . Alte r a long illness Mr. Samuel F. Checks aad other cusji iloias t.,.k ..... ohit of .1...,. in ....ii.t-i.i.- . lniisvillf; W. P. Major, jiwinrvburK. (kiwau dupaitcd this life at :i a. m. Satur-ds- inns iniiiiisr iMnn..... -- ....a.... I,Off a uars out of tlaiigur non. Thu child, a The merting was a wry pWwint iiuhii.I KrMtisinil TriurreCfT tckite Met lis trouble ntsil ywtrs. lluoly format! buy, is dead. co 57 j highly pulogUalc reeoliitions of tlm in bniiu fewr, followel by paraly Snci 1,717 00 Ouoitou I). KAiiitN Is selling liugpsPH of Crab (Jrchanl Spring ami of sis and he had been hel.Ie)ss and uncoil- -' lirl tend noics ,6j 00 in Somursot, but he will have to gut up Mr. li. W. JoneM, druggist, were scions fur His death' re-- I Rcdemitian fund with IT. S. Treamrrr m.iuo time. holoro ilay It he lnmw Ins man ...i,.,,....! percent, of circa atisw . I 1,10 ce moves as holiest and as true a limn as Withers and Withers' uittMol at the bus- lived and one who will bo greatly Total .. Watkk Wohkk, .Mr. Win. Welh,wholever iness. 9 i..u... m,.... i.... .....1 ..i.. iir. nu iw ii.,. lir.iii'H Fort SiriiiL. and who inissetl. A member of tlio Cumberland I.IAHIMTIBS. ho followed its !! iioqimlntwl with th- - biisiifeM, is Presbyterian church din arv with Miss Jessio Cook, at llus- - is Capital itfKk paid in . - II4)-- .$ejo,r.o 00 t.ndlti,. Alis, Minni., Dhiul.lilie , so llrnilv conv uce.l that wutor works, iwiciuiigs ami nvou miu mwi a eiinsuan. Surplus fund ., ,4,00,1 u 8.S3 84 v turned homo last week, after a pleasant' will (siy a handsome dividend that he His good wife, now far advanced in Ulultvlded profits 45.1)00 o will undertake their construction ami years, survives him, together with his Nation.il Hank NetesswtstandiaK' visit to friuiuU and rolativttn lioro. Individual dopasiit subject to ... ' management, even If but ,.(K) in stock children, Mrs. .1. X. Menefee, Mrs. Mike Due to other National lUnlcs.. check. 114,356 50 cor. 6,570 41 Lulie, An Due to State Hank un3 bankers Costello, Misses itetsy and proTills olllie's lutesl acccfsion to the is rabwl by the town or its 3.93 34 13,17500 rankg of tho Ituneilicts, Mr. lioorge C. idwl a Mitlli'ient numlier ol persons drew U.und W. ill Cowan, all grown. Notes and dills Keller, Jr., recognizing that he has two agree to tak water fromtbem. He tells Mr. Cowan was a native of Pulaski but loil $434,i 00 30 SIA'I K OF K KNTUCKV, ,. to work for nuw. was on duty briubt us that by forcing the water from tlfo moved to' this county inoro than o Oitinty of Lincoln, bwing only two spring, wliich is conceded to be the Wst years ago. Ins buiial Mimlay in Duiia-land mirly I, John J McRntxrts, of alxive named cemetery was attended by a largo failing, into days on account of his marriitge. There In the country nmi Is nver Hank, do solemnly swtsir thai that the aUn e stateon Cemetery Hill, that the concourse of ids neighbors and friends ment is true t'l thu Ut of mv know eslcc and a reservoir is no doubt alsHit .1 man like that beiu JOHN J MckOHKRIS Cashier pressure will be siitlieient to force water who sorrowfully paid him that last tribable to take can of a .Mfo. Subscribed and snrn to me this 18th day MilN ute of respect. Hev. Mr. Helm made a of May. 1M9 V. M IIKIOII I' N. !'.!.. C. higher than the top of the Holler Correct attestCITY AND VICINITY. smoke stack and that it is on the highest few- lem.trks at tho grave and then thu J. lIocKiR, The more the question lemaius were consigned to tho dust. bit b. I'. Hakkis, locusts nr huru in grunt l,olnt '" tnwl,i Tim Jmm C, l.tNN, is catnvased tlie more its feasibility apFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. shape. pears and the greater becomes the advoTT Wool wanted, 100,000 ounds. A. citiPu.sTs of all kinds for salu by 0. J. cates of the scheme. A REPORT OP THE CONDITION " T. Nuuiiollcy. Rowland. zen said Saturday that he would take ALL COLORS AND PRICES. July wheat closed at 77J Saturday which would in no Wnti: screens for doors and windows third of the stock, LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK, event exceed ?IO,t0. There is no town at Chicago ami May at 8'2. at Sine fc Menefee's. Waxtki. L'." heifers to ra.e 011 ,'ood in the Slate that can get a line supply of ..- AT STAN'ORD, n S.V.M' Iwans, cucutnbors, beets, cabbage, water so easily and so cheaply as Stan- gniss and clover. O. A. Swiuebroail. In th') State or K 'iitu ky,' at the do of bu.ines. (iiirduer's black nehlinc Uuy (recnow potatoes at S. . Myers. ford and it is a wonder thu advantages ..iy 13, not been utilized long ago. Kngin-eer- s ord l'-'i, was sold to II. A, Stephens, havo KESOURCI'S. Lincoln count's three National say it will take S50,000 to $00,000 to of Cleveland for JiD.ToO. ;34'i2ife 49 Hanks present good statements as usual. provide Georgetown with water works, J. II. l'otts Son, of Illinois, iii.ulo Ixians nnddicouiits socuroii and utisecureij 7iSi j6 Shorthorn bulls 0frdrafts, to socure cirsulation. .......... 50,000 00 the same for a recent sale at which V. S. Hands Two gtsal showers fell yeMerday, tho mid the estimate is about L'S feioales averay Due from tirproed . averaged $105. 15 and 5,01a 85 reerc agents last a little too hctny, but tbaiikfully r- D.tinille, yet those towns are pressing , Due trom other National Hanks ; 1 n i, ed SIOO.IW. tho question to immediate result. eceived, all the samo . 7 300 00 I. Da.nvili.u. Fair crowd in town yes- Rcul estate, furniture and futures 117 jo Virroiuoi 1. Hardly had the terday, but few cattle on tho market, not Current expenses and tuxes paid It is jailer that Mr. W. L. Dawson is An in I'remiumi paid 4,000 00 Damiilo boys convalesced from theirsore over "0, and they sold slow. A few Hills of other Hanks candidate for'aml not sheiilf, asoureoin. l.iCn oa defeat at tho hands of thu l.vTinttoit.Ioni-n.m.Fractional paper currency, nickels and horses sold at $100 lo $1(C posltor insisted lat isue. 57 J till they were again snowed under W. C. llrasber brought to inarkot Is Receiving His ,... Jjoo eo Miis. AnnikOuksw, of color, has all by the same club. The ball playing of this moining strawberiies that were so Lentil tender lietes J.ooo oo would like our nine at Danville Friday evening was largo kinds of plants for sale and that it only took '2S berries to make Kcdomptlon fund with V. S TrMUrr. to supply all who need thorn. . convincing to tho D.uivilles as well as to one quart. Howling Circen Times. . 1,150 oa 5 per cent, of circulation ...., . tho spectatois that our boys have gonoin Mr. Uoodpastur, of itatb, sold L'O jenGive him a Trial 6t Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Tiik Presbyterian indies havo changed Total.. to win and that they are n little too nets at auction hero yesterday, which to r.o.xt Friday the date of theirsupper i.lAHIl.ITIKS. much for the boys who attributed their ranged front .'o to fc'.HX). Tliev werehor- night, when it will be given in Owsley to tho tucl that riblv bad stock and soino wero not worth Capital slock paid in fsoo.oc oo all over defeat on our grounds Hall. Doos open at 0; price-f11.911 16 wore not used to plnyiiiK in tho ,irivuiK liome. Bourbon Xews Carlisle Undivided profits "they 10 years 60 cents, under that age -- 6. State Hank Notes ouUt.uulins 45 con 00 knob." Tho gamu was as interesting as Oor. Individual deposits subject to clicck .... 114,484 51 II. C. Jones writes from Knnis 28,43644! Due toother National Hanks The report that Mr. T. J. Hatcher, our! it was exciting, and dispite the yelling people as well, as: "Our crop prospects are line, much Due to State Hanks and Hankers 7,354 50 shoemaker, had dniwn fT.OO in of thu kids and grown-uis unfortunately and even an attempt at it of tho "dum- - tho best since, wo havo been in the tho UuMana Lottery rta.ta.-.s ils.alkl. lms, - Total 4l.k.fe.ft.k ...uilli... $439.06 6a . ....If you bjry aMcOORMAOK REAPER or MOWER you are certain e,.ei:iiiiK wmm.-.mitriuv Ashe has eleven persons to inics" at school there, to iiiick our ooys, oiaie. KNTUCKV, STA'IK ear to and would not vest ami correspumniig oiistness. of Lincoln, County to get one of the best Machines made. support and 110 means beyond his daily they turned a deaf Owiftoy, cahitr of tfarnbosed namnd I, John The1 Louisville races closed Saturday, labor on tbo bench, wo had rather hco be deterreil. siaiiwomi, 1110 cnainpiou If you bub a McOormack Machine you can depend on getting reH.ink, do Mdcmnl)- mcir tlmt the above statement league, after most successful meeting, Spok- is true to the ben of my knuHledce .tint belief er of the him strike a rich streak than anybody, pairs when wanted, without delay or vexation, which is one of the II UWSL.KV, Cashier. JOHN ' .. l.n iritnrjn mntllll ,14 s iimnf nf lim ane won the Derby and Clark Stakes ...v........... 4.. II" ....llllll Snliscribo't and sworn to before me this i3lli d.iy ' most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or CoscntT. Tho Methodist ladies havo ability, was engaged, ami considerably and was tho largest winner, taking in of Muy, 1889. w. M. liKllilll, .n. i". 1.. u. Friday night at tho Opera strengthened tho Danville club, but still $8,5.50; Badge was second, with $1,00:,; Mower; no mistake about it. Correct attest. fixed next S II Shanks, ) Ilousoas the time ami place for holding tlioy again pi overt unequal to our chain' Jewel Ban won $!(,'.) 10. nml so on. In The McOormack Machine Co. have always been in the lead of Direct irs J S OrtSLKV, sUiulcs our friend L. tho list of winning ) S J. Kmlihv, their concert for tbo benelit of the par- pious. Kico and Wilson wero tho their competitors in the manufacture of Twine Binders, and with M. iisley is down for $75. sonage. The piogranime embraces soino and did excellent work, Hice, who their Improved No. 4 and Big Four Mowers they have a line of Maof tho best musicians of all tho churches, 'hid been playing'-provinga line "twirl- Ideieal Itticklcs got on the track chines second to none. under tho direction of Mrs. Priestly, and or." It is useless to speak of tho iiumer-- i while drunk at Uptouvillo and was killWc have ptirch.iod the Stanford Woolen and By all moans, soo a very pleasing ontoitaiiiiiieiitisassured. Machines boforo you make Clrist AlHI and fittid It with new and ous features of the uuine, 'hut sulllco ito ed by tho cars. machinery and will begin on Ah thu admission is only 'J', cents and your selection for tho coming harvest. C. Si 0, vestibuleil train ran lfiO they all did excellently and added say u tho cause a good one, thu building ought new Imirclh to those alreaily won. ltoyle GEO. IJ. WEAKEN, Ajjt. miles Saturday at tho aveiago speed of Saturday, May 18th, 1889, to bo crowded. Doors open at 7::!0; Tq da custom grinding nnd cirdini; Our .Mr. Nichols started out to umpire, but failed 00 miles per hour. begins at S sharp. llnwtll lianl.nl oer 40 years' experience at the crivo satisfaction and Tliart. Shaw, as t Tho council of Harrodsbun: has hiisiiii'is and hi hits itciulred a thorouKh knowlbranches III addition there will of bath Tiik Newport News and Mississippi fair an umpire ns ever performed that mudu a contract for furnishing tho town edge cxier'. theassist him in carding-- Ohc us a to he an ! paid for good dlllicnlt Job, was selected after tho pur year. trial. Tho highest market water 'JO years at with Viillov has adoj.tod the na.noof tluV'Old H. IICWELi. & CO.. white corn. lid it sp oiididly. V.J. Sianforil, Ky A construction train fell through a Kouto" for its lino and put on owl Imilns '" ii to bridge near Nashville and all of its 17 magntllccnt vcstlbnled trains, which DaVls gavo a handsome ball and bat which was present-Yor- k men were more or less injured, four being SAW MLLlTFOR "SALE"! - KKUVS SI'KCI! IC cures all blood diseasei such usScrofula, Ulcers, Pimples, I'kcratcd Throat, make tho run from Lexington to New the successful team, White Swelling, Syphilitic diseases ill all its stages. Necrosis, Ac. l'nce Si per bottle. Stanley in a vory crcd-trl- killed outiight. boy, I KKS Is the most pleasant to lake of all the Iron tonus ll cures Dyspepsia, only one night out. This Hying ed by young Mr. HAVIS' I HON Ihiney Tenters, a AIho Iaiul 4inil Stook. it given a kei'n appetite, enriches the hl.od, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles speech, liic scoro stood ns hung himself to a rafter, in Merc"rcoin is made without danger, becauso of liable Httlo sell great and nervous si.'iu. Price $ per bottle leave Kentucky I As I desire knewn to the medtv, because his mother told him to help sacrifice 7 sawtomills complete with willhorseatboiler OATMPF'S WORM SYRUP Is made of the best worm killers uud nnd engines and follows; the splendid road-be30 com. His neck was broken. 1 0 - U 0 1 works. ox log wag. ical profession and therefore recommends itlf. It is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. Price 5 -7 thin and o horse cnjinei, Kr. JouitNALf. cars built witliu view to speed and safe wagons. buckboard, t sprine wagFour brothers nnd a cousin, all nan 3 Liver 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0- -0 cd llarnard. havo beensentoncodtohnng on ind lmrrMs 3 yokes of cattle, j mulct, horse, '"oATI.VpF'S MAGNETIC PILLS for allbos. Complaints, Impaired Digestion, SUW Headache, Danvillcs, on ty. Keo new ttmo earn eibewnero in tins tents per Price grist mill complete, and my farm of 5O0 acres of Ac. Acta as cathartic. sale to ?s trade by the oijt by Hice, 13, by Ilium, 0. the Struck Manufactured and lor at Sneedvilie, Tenn., July 12th. Their i,not) land well timbered. Will sell nnvatelv. issue and write to the 0. l A .Mr. J. L. MAR'! SMITH. Passed balls, Wilson 3, Urown 4. crime was a murder of tho niOHt brutal AJurphy, at U'xington, for fuither parMaywood, Ky. Ky. l WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., clinracter. Double rlays, Hamsey and Wilson. ticulars. Interior Journal Twenty new tiiitterns hemstitched overHiicu A Son. iloitnciiiKH. uiisht-poun- d m walton, iau. Court-Hous- e m I) I currt-nav- , 1m -- can This the season for Canned and no where else a better selected stock than at r. j -- T. R. WALTON'S. '.I ij ' - chi-c- . j 1 1 I 1 a-- U-r- !"t i GABD ERT $ EEDS Shells for Harro-lsburg- Auu-ociei- V " Beautiful Flower Pots. wins 1 ' l , mimi n Walks. mm, did mil cmd T. l IU-tt- SM-ni- Mci-l'renld- fiit, - Yici-1'resi.l- ent. ; - SfHin-mry- J. Burton, Clerk. lii-ttt-r- y, I origi-uitlo- sl man-ageme- lws' lol .......,. j j n-- 'si ... CLOTHING! 4.5 Ilur-rodsbu- Coiir.-.loii- r. - CS PANTS AND SUITS. SUMMER COATS VESTS, I I yiwU-nluy- , I - - 17-v- well-know- n 11 -:- Bruce & lYicRoberts. Mo Co , 1 1 MUPILIETo s MERCHANTTAILOR SUMMER brx-ci- SPRING AND GOODS! ..- -s II or Tex-clov- er m m the Short of It. p .a 1 . s Ol-"- ( 11. - ban-runn- Dluo-gras- s 11 m 1 1 - 11 bat-,ter- y first-cla- ss these ' The Great Remedies 111 1 ' r. d 1 U- 1 -- 1 1 jS-t- Williamsburg, J' ' o. .. . 0- xirrmwu ..- - V .' " ," in i('" V '" '" ,lf'l'irtVa,viy----yw'''- t w ii.. ' HL' HW WJC '. i.i.i.i.- lU.f fe ' Semi-- W eekly Interior Journal HE ARGUED THE CASE. FARM FOR SALE! 1 31. F. KrJnklcy Till: STANDAR1MIKKD STALLION, d "IM BELMONT CHIEF, 8689, 1 m 3(1 Published Every Tuesday and Friday AT '"When not 10 palil $2. GO will be charged.- - r K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 00 n. in , reluming Train leaves Rowland at at 4:50 p. m. 7 L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. r Mail tram going North ta 31pm ' South 131pm Express train " Souths 1157 pm " " " North 37 am Loral Freight North 630 am ' South . 555Pm The latter trains also carry passengers. above it calculus J on standard time. Solar .The time is about jo minutes Taster As. For Ayer's Snititp.iril.A, ami bo suro yon get It, V'lit'ii jud V.iut tlio bust Willi its foity yuuti A . iiuexampicu suc . U i J cess In tiu euro el : I UI00J Diseases, you cnn make no 111 in preferring Ayer'3 bliioil-purtflcr. " :o. bict Sarsapariila blood medicines, Sarsapariila is still tho most pop ular, being in greater demand than all others combined. "Ajer'3 Sarsapariila la soiling fassv tlian ovrr before. I never hesitate to recomtnoiul it.." George "V. Whitman, Druggist, Albany, Itul. "I am safo In saying that my sales of Ayer's Sarsapariila far excel those of any other, and it gives thorough satisfaction." I.. II. Dusli, Dcs Moines, Iowa. "Ayer's Sarsapariila and Ayer's PilM nro tho best gelling medicines in my store. I can recommond them conscientiously." C. Ulckhaus, Pharmacist, Itoselanri, III. "Wo havo sold Ayer's Sarsapariila hero for over thirty years and always recommend it when asked to name tho W. T. McLean, best Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. I havo sold your medicines for tho last seventeen years, and always keep them in stock, as they aro staples. There it nothing so good for tho youthful blood' as Ayer a Sarsapariila." It. L. Parker, Fox Lake, Wis. "Ayer's Sarsapariila gives tho best satisfaction of any medicine, I hare in stock. I recommend It, or, as tho Doctors sar, I prescribe it over tho counter.' It never fails to meet tlio cases lor which I recommend It, even where tlio doctors' prescriptions havo been of no avail." C. P. Calhoun, Monmouth, Kansas. blood-puriflcr." mji ahum Lern to any other. Tho foro-ninn- cr of mod- - k Ayer's Sarsapariila, rnnrAuriD Dr. ? nr I Lowell, Mass. rrlce 01; .U luUlce, $J. Worth J a bottle. C. Ayer & J. Co., .1 U. JL s - ' tHi lj i gs o tho United .States is. Tho conductor remarked to tho driver as ho watched the pair toiling up tho 11111. justice narian trying to pun" out one cigar beforo he reached home: "What a big man that is. He grew bigger all tho time ho was talking to me. Think he weighs 3J0 instead of U0O." Washington Cor. New York Tribune. THE LARGEST AND FINEST friend. "Let me call your attention to the "Ire of Salli Vagen HOTEL IN THE CITY. l ;act," pursued the justice, courteously, llay, "H hands high. Standard ; VcUnc VIII, "that you aro not following the lino of A n. lots;.) argument. The wind Is a north wind. SIRKD HY I.YL1". WILKES 4S, Uy a paradox peculiarly iciintiSlc a wind RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDlly George W likes a it, sire of til iu J jo or heller is named from the direction from which ING TO ROOMS. it comes rather than the direction to dam Flora by Skedaddle (thoroughbred.) a dam Medley by Old Sasev, by IteailiUM, pacer which it goes. Consequently a north dam by Micltoii's Telegraph. wind goes south, wo are traveling north. TURKISH .V RUSSIAN HATHS IS HOTEL i dam by Frank (thoroughbred.) 4 Dans 1III1 Wilkes has started In five races, won A wind blowing in a southerly direction three of them in straight htMts and third mwncy In cannot carry smoko north." As he baw fourth. llausllli. Wilkes is alsnthe first ami only grandthat his man was weakening, rather son of tieorge Wilkes that hat prsducd one In from his size than from tho weight of a Ji or better. Danville has two more of In get that are now in training and, barring accidents, the argument. Justice Harlan ran. CO will make records of 1 jo or better; besides, am tinued the case. An they reached confident tint Danville Wllkr will lower his recthe lnnindary. Chief Justice Fuller ord of 1 j(. to) J J. He'has been timed tli lait half in a race in t toV. stepped down lightly and olTercd the Dantille Wilkes lias tiraven himself a fine breed er and is sure t" prosiucc tretlers and parties can Btunip of his third cigar to Justice Harbase a chance to get Ins produce now lor a very lan for a lighter. He did not smilo or low prnc refer in any way to tho case that had been tried beforo him, nnd Jtistico Har$25 to Insure a Living Colt. lan had another proof of what a courThe best 01 care taken with mates and grass at r g teous gentleman the chief justice of tho usual rate, but not riponsible for accidents usually rido in tho stroot cant from tlio ! J5E3 Capitol to tlipfr houses. As thoy nro (ItcEltltred ns llob Link HOUSE, both siuokiTH they usually chooso tho LIBERTY, KY., 2:31 1-- 4, rear platform In preference to n sent 1 his fine Jack, j years old, black with white biredtiy the great llclinnnt. sire of N'utwit :iSK: Wedirwood, 1:10; Viting. f.tn'i and IS nlliers Now thai the winter Is breaking F. W. WARRINNER.PROP'R. points, 15 hands hitfb, will make the present at our stables, t mile north of Millcdjcville on In llis a jo list llis sans have sired 50 In the a:ja list. Kit uauaniert nave protiuceii it In Hie J jo and the cat door can bo left open, the the Danville and llustAntille pike, IISI I ,!"! runFirst Dsm, llcttic Kinkcad, hv Contractor, lofl), the lrr of Dr. West :i;k Soto ml dam, full conductor objects, as tho wind carries ninghave leased the above Hotel nartk-utar-intend Sno. . It in crv in 13; Sj?, tlic Monroe, Chief, J:i8h: tln smoke into tho car. For boiiio tlmo cialatleii'ion tocommrr.ini "men. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Ijrto I). Monroe, aand uby Jim Monroe j:jo list slru of I.ady h) Duvall'ta:irk. Kittle Hates, a.iy others in the .Memhrltm. fourth dam lijr Ihlril dam lhoruiichbrt.d tlio two leading jurists of tho country let ih mare nuke ilieteason due. C.r.ar 1'arllliC f llchnoiit Chlefis utuvand w.Ii-h- s ,ca k...l i.u I t i .tri tw4iiiiit. sir.i.u. the street car conductor lay down tho 4 sired by Duller, he by Molts, Imported from Ilelmont Chief In appiMrante Is sery much like Ills sire. Ilctroted a mile at Decatur, Mich , In lUi , bpain. lie has proed hunsrll u sine foal itelter In a: II).. Considering thu conceliliHlliiu of speedy blod, sire, style, shupc and trailing nttwn I have WALL-AGElaw for them and meekly passed through the ulmo.t confidence in the rmull t be obtained by breeding to him. Ills first colls wll be des elJ K WKIUHT. the car to tho front platform. One day oped for speed, thus making an earl) slum in of his MilledKvsll'v, Ky J qiuhtivs and bring his colls Into prominence last week they made It up between thetii llooks full far the season af lib I to nrgue tho cnc with tho conductor, J i. CROW, MeKlnney, Ky and prove that the wind would carry 513 Fourth Avenue, the smoke in a opposite direction from Itay horn., 15k hands high, three yen old this - the interior of the car. spring, full brother to Maud Messenger 1 S!(, ill mike the season of iVSy at Charles Dunn's, The conductor began tho wnr. a1miles Iroui Stanford, nn the Kush llr.inv.h pike ".xo smoking nore. You'll havo to pass to tho front platform." AN'DYAUNON, AT $25 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, "But. my good man," expostulated Money due as soon ns the fact is n.ierliuniHl nr Foiled tlio, ii dark bin, l!T hands high and tho big ju.stice, interposing Ills IkmIv beAttorney at Law, marc parted wiui fine sisle Sired by Vidttle First dam by Mr CIIAKI.KS DINN tween the conductor and his companion, 14 Lharlic Whip, he bj Imp hip, d dam b) Arthur Suns, Si.iml.rd No toi; by (ten Kn0, season r.f lit, it my stable one will make the Kontucky. "the wind carries tho smoke to the south Stanford, 'Old Si Ullll IS in mile from Stanford un the llustomillc pike nil.. stt.l in and we are traveling north." Ftrsi dam hy llmirbi II t In. I. the sire of t'alinsr Will practice in all the courts of this and adjoin,um "y I ' ;.?M " "Ctn't help that. sir. them's my ing counties and In the courts of jppml es InSUrC a LlVlnff UOlt. , Will make the seaport,Arthur, lorougl'lirr t!.U Office over McKoberts ti Stasg's drugstore. orders." said the other, dogmatically. STANDARD Rt'l.K . Vnletie was by Ylndes,he br llinud's Illack Tho little chief justice, in the meanHawk, p 10 ,t jmrs Id, old Imp W.'ip time, had HteptKMl down on tho lower STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. Illack Stallion, 161, hands hifih. foaled 1IS1, bred Videtle he by iliosii ii times and Ibeaten mil) once was Arthur Sims his prnsml himself to be a superb by A Uulilsinlh Urange county, sink. i years oiu ne count irni in a 15 easy step, lighted his cigar and was pulling brvesjar Call and .re his colls at his homo All persons wishing a pleasant life and well unconcernedly, screened by the vast pleased wife let them use Patent Flour made at Sirod by CASTELAR, IO02. ! WVA.VDOrri:. Standard No jsao, by Metro Stanford Roller Milts Call for It at roiir rin- bulk of Justice Harlan. cery, and if .by Woburn o The well knownjaik. will make the prv.ent sea- noliUn, one of the Us I bred sons o' Rysdtk'i got on hate dam Woburn Maid "Thero nro exceptional caes, other them to keepthey or get not order it from linnd, urgn isl The dam ot Carver, i;', It, son at the same plate at $8 ! insure hunt colt. llatublctoniaa, having lor hit dam llrscliith by an them and tolunteer, fd dam Clam the dam of Dealer a ir. 17 J i: FAKIUS. things lwing equal, where a law coercive get it at the .Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant and dam bv a Mambrmo horse nnd Distrftor. the sire of IJitsctor tainily I'lisllas Messenger at ono time may at another time lio void. and interesting W N POT IS, Superintendent .by Mambrmo and 3rd dam 9S f'J.h. by William Welsh, f 10 First damU.lv elsli the sire ol Prime Inipe Let 1110 cite you to case II, 127 of our Isl a ji'-- and Jercmiuh saj'i; ad dam an Inhred CASTKLAR. i6j. ,bv VoOuniecr. $s. sire af St. Common Law Statute Iwok" Wagoner marc, I Ins grand young roll ton luncn 7 il'i. eis ; isi uam muss .suuuie. by ii.ni HARRY A. EVANS, mond. son of Potter's Clat: an dam Wells' Star, Jain, tf percent of the old borse Itjsdyks Hani "We gets our orders from tlio lioss," lilriOHian N. 10, theffiinder of the greatest trot dam of Arlil'ery a JtW, and Modesty t 6i by said the conductor, firmly, measuring ting family Star. ta. id uam hy HeriranJ. American ANALYTICAL known, .oursmg CHEMIST, Dark brown lixr.c, tears old, white hind f kjI. thniugh Ins the world ha. his man. The three hundred ixnuuls of irlns from 4 dideieni hanuets naii.e to; 1st dam WOIIURN. J4. by Hambletunian, 6 hands high, sired by llarnes M dkes, sire ul ly Rjsdyks Itainhieininaii, Volunteer, Metrw.xxi Miss Cooley b Telegraph, joi ; ad dam the dam Champion U ifkps a tti, and Lena Wilke. 1 STANrOKI), KV tho justice were convincing, and he add, tan and WUIUm Welsh of Geo. Cooley by FriJa). First dam Iletlc by Mamhroiio Pilot, Jr. by l.imitrd t ed, willing to compromise, "we fellows RHI Mambrmo Pilot, who at j years old trotted formation or is spproted mares lor further in Engineering- and Surveying in ard addirs. is expected to oliey orders." in s oH and s ld for $17,000 cash Second dam ED BARLOW I A l:i KIN. 'J all branches. r.ismtine As Jtistico Harlan began lib replv, the iuvmr i'jsisi incgranii-oa- Rrlfsor Marahnmit Jt Lam aster Ky Mambrmo Pilot, Jr. by Will stand at mv stables, two milts from Stan Ihlot car turned from the avenue up Fifteenth bv Mambrmo Quit first dam by Old liray ford, Ky ,on the Knob I.n.k turnpike, it ad dam a last trolling nwre irrnn the North street, tho little chief justice carefully Harney Wilkes b) ,eorne W likes, sire s(Mm $15 to Insure n Living Colt or 910 the lighk-his hocond cigar, his faco wear! sso list, Itarry Willes j First dam Rasa tiouHon. by Kcisme, son uf Pd t Jr. sire of the dam of Maud ing iU Ketic rather than iLs judicial exT 1IOCKUR. ott e S. 1 aH. See to, Ac pression. Ho was taking no jKirt in tho LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. tson of iat at I This thnruiighbred wnll make i P1I1H W likes will make the the season ! fUJi A Wmds' farm sH rclls trom ftanrilb', oh lb cju.0 beforo tho court, he really did not Ji the t.eorge Russelljarm.an the Danville and Dansille and l.amaiter pike. Hustinvill'ike,near Mlllcdgevllle, at seem t,o hear tho plea of his distinguished 07VAcres, and Crab Ii a Candidate tor Clerk of the Court now tlio filler Juntlro Got tlm licit of a Orchard pike, situated on the Stanford particular subject to the actlcu of the democratic ot Appeals. near Walnut Tint For Party. Elec address It. C UYWA KKH, Car Contlnrtnr. tion AtiRUtt, t'o. Crab Orchard, Ky. 90 Tho cliicf jtistlco and Jtistico Harlan THE NAPIER O S A. IR, o. TRIAL ! r tea-so- n o 83-i- m WOOD fl.l il ,... .. Mon's Outfitter M3SSENGER. Louisville, Kentucky. -, WALLACE E. ----- VJD2BTTE, tT., Sims, 3041, -1 Oaj-lat- "Wyandotto, 5526. boine.-Mspl- in Ed. Barlow, 2375. Mini. ,er .a.l. At $20 to Insure. Steve Walker 11 m c PILOT WILKES. m , ,V- - rr m d THE G-AL- ILOUSK, ii,.c. BREECHLOADER Jay-F.y- l Danvillo 2:34.' Wilkes! si ..... .1.. Ilreeders will abssrtt that Pilot Wilkes has two .'inusj sine. rpirniiver I, ism A Hen retained nn l"ilot, Jr, irossis, his jruiid-.lrMambrmo Pilot, sll enlta ualll money is paid Trailing trie dimc bemg a brother in bbiad to Acaide, sire of II) Us forfeits insurance I JlH, stie of hiisie ! sal Defw rintlnH llrerliUaJ.r is a rich dark b or adjiess J A, t,,t!b,?ia lor further infnrmaitoH man.sndtatl, ijH bands' Woods or S II "looser nigh His colls are fine and ol solid S iolr. JO,KIll SWOPIU can We seen at Si Twtit' e. At $12 to Insure a Living Colt. SIO to Inouro a Living Colt, l,"'",.h'y 1 tlln lrt. 1 rsDiOMer.: No 47 IIKKItrillOADKK, GOVER'S MESSENGER. lly Imp lllflct, 1 dam NrWe Vitey, (gi.ml dam ij, of ban. foaled in H. Ai Ihuelle) by I 18 Hi !.?! 3 8 Cj H CrO; z I p IT & a U 3 TJ a .. H ksi as!.? m b tH OB 9 aBsaoln ? ti 03 e a- ra BflN IjHEJHl MHl POO e b o " w a p. - o 3. ? O "S rl- - 61IISM Uysfcug HI bVSB Notlllne Is IaisU I will print it for you, if you winli," fijild tht uilitor, kindly, its lie glanced from tlie joko to tlio Youthful Humorist standing timidly and wisely closo to the door, "hut wo can't pay you very much for it, liecauso we havo printed it once or twice ourselves, aiid the man who owned thd paper heforo tho present company " iMir a toupio 01 years in a tooth wash advertisement. Hut I'll toll you what you might do with it," ho added, as ho noticed tlio falling counto- u.iiiui.- - ui mi. unuiiiui iittuiorist, "you might take it to Tlio Educator ami Palladium, they are running u Prizo Joke in their Sunday edition." Tho Y. II. enterctl it in conijietition and took tho $500 prize. Burtletto in Ilrooklyn Eagle. 2 c P r 'JX r n tn ui hzfr T S- a en b o B -J 3 m should any occur. Immediately after the close of the season Danville Wilkes will ifo into training Inr a taster record. Parties that are well Informed know thai tho, thoroughbred toed mutt be in the trotter and Danville Wilkes certainlv has plenty of it, his dam deing by a thoroughbred horse, and then the pacing cross be has should tend to produce fast and good race horses. Danville Wilkes will make the season st the Fair W. M. HUh. f, rounds. Danville. T1IK COMDINKD STAl.MON. S 4 t HARRISON CHIEF, JR., Will make the season of 1889 at my stable between Shelby Cuv and Milltnlgeville. in Lincoln county, on the Din'wlleand Hustonsillc pike, at oy ismpest. mm uam by imp rsapoieiin; Jin Tiger; 7th dam bf Damab's Diomsdc: tth dam by Cannon's Whip.yih dam by Shlpp's Paragon. Messenger Chief was irrti by Abdajlah Pilot; lit dim by Mambrmo Metsenger, rd dam by Mambrine Chief, Ac He slrsd Maud Messenger, 6. ManHltig record int; Abel jjiH; Marss-- I rii!(; Robert II. record ajj, trial ant,and other fast nes. Abdalhih I'll' t was sired b Aletander's Abdal lah; 1st dam lllatidina bs .Nfambrino Chief He sired Pickarda ilk, Red Jim and others Alexander's AbdalUn (son of Rysdjk's sire of Destrr J IT'i). lie sired llild smith Maid it; Msj.r i.d.all t v. bo la turn sired Itobert McUrcgur 1 17, (ire of lloanie Mt (iregors i0'f , A , Ac hi FJmo. tec rd a fs wss sired by Alesander's Abdallah, dam said lobe by Imp llellfoundir.Ai Manilirinn Cbisf, ihesirtof the seiotid daas n( Messenger Chief, J r, sired the great Lady lbrrnv a ilk, and Mamhrinn Patchrn, who in turn sired IajU'Iub a aoVt.und . j olheis in j tuand better and also JteJ the dams of Guy Wilkes It),, IVsron Wilkes 1 18 and the dams f is others with records of a toand better He will stand the season of i8la at Mr I iter) Stable in CiabOrihard at hi 1 dam by Imp Margrave grand slats Cay stallion, I hands hiih. Iixted April i. sIM, f King Iokms Ills lust ,Um by lirajr id dam It) Cofipcr-boltn4 dim Mistleiae by Chetekee Ac by Tlgtr. He a. sired b SIAtKwr Chief, ir . br Mcs- - 2 4m dam ; isl Albert seMgerChirf.sirc of Masiii Mstigr, i( Met. 4am by Algerine by dam Jennie by Klimi, sd iai by Mambrine scnger; id dam by Matithrin Chief, 41I1 dtm by J dam bv tlrev Alfrot n 1 dam Mary Churchill b) Alex Churchill mare pwrvlmsd n V1xim4m by Capt lliirhrtdae brsestlHg, bsii whtm pedigree Is now bsM ; bthot est to sw by Altierttus m by Imp Moohey. 11 nam oy lino .MMiot is dam by Imp Shark. 1 dam by Imp FsssrnaHght q dam a fr WutHlford, lkss,14.. I he llis get last seasssn stood second iu th list .if M years old and his get )S9l tai v Pasture for mate at Ijoaeso. A . Ule-l-y m,n uw,, nJ he winning sirsw. He wa. won from lly; to HM nxmlh Nn J,j sp.si.ity f, ra . idrnts li'lr CHS Milt k. IlKIL The Prem.um Mallisn StoBewallJapksoB.Jp. Will roakethe sea..... ol W"lu K "VAVe ma7 -- at iS"",dmy stable wl" ,w ant-I """"' 3 w i.i Constipation lu S m J $1510 Insure a Li viiijj Colt IBSBn o Agriculturally Spcnhlur;. Ho was 11 farmer's hoy and very little. Hirf father was pulling off his stockings one evening preparatory to going to bed, when his mother asked. "Freddy, what! is your latner tlolng? Freddy had wit-- ! nt'ssctl the process of treating ritxmed corn mid leplied, "lle'n Imskin' his feet." IJingliuniton Republican. Mnjlm It Dltln't Conn. Ovrr tlio Wire. Jenkins to Uenkins (after vainly try-in- g 10 understand a message over the telephone wire) That's right! (lot mad! 1 can hear you all right now. New j bMHEbbHW S' re fkMwKSasJr IBIHVIKGSiwwlEKt'' WM. ADAMS & S e. Haven Palladium. Pills. " Iluiug purely vegotublu, their iictiou is prompt ami their effect always bfinilleiiil. They aro an admirable I.lver and After-tliunc- r pill, and every, where endorsed by tho profession, "AVer's I'HU nro bitrlilv anil unlvnr. ally BiMikun of by the people about rti. I make daily tiso of them in toy iii'tlce." Dr. I. E. Fowler, Ilridce- iKirt, Conn " I nut recotnnipntl Ayer's Pills abovo nil others, liuving loug proved their value us a etithartio for niyself and lamlly." J. T. Hess, Lelthsvlllo, I'a. " For several years Ayer's Pills hnvo been used in uiy family. AVo llud them an Di'iitaiiiN prompt trcnttnont. Tho of neglect may lxa serious. Avoid till linrsli ntul drastic purgatives, tho tendency of which is to weaken tlio howuls. Tho best remedy Is Ayer's Sound and all right. Will not be allowed to sen e mares that are not regular breeders. Money due when the colt comet, mare sou or trsnsierreu. A hen w 111 be held on all colts until paid for. Description and Pedigree -- Harrison Chief, Jr, is a red sorrel, stands 15 hands j inches in height; a vears old this spring; has big tail and mane. He ishy Harrison Chief, he by Clark Chiel, tho sire of ludyThornc a tB His dam l.ute, the dam ol Hanker a tM, The dam of Harrison Chief. Jr, is by a sou of VS allon's Mambrmo, he out of a m.ire hy Alexander's Ahdallah, ad dam by Minevokey, he b old Lexington; 3d dam by Shawhan'a 'lorn Hill, he by ll:ill Stockings, 4tli dam by Davy Crockett, 5th dam by Halcoru, 6th dam by Wells' Crusader. Mr W. II Wilson, of Cyntluana, Ky., sold .1 cumliind gelding, a full brother of Harmon Chief Jr, forJi.Joo; alsosold two others at Jr,7SO Mr Abe Renaker sold another combined gelding for $ouo, so ou can see the breed of this colt It more sought alter than any oilier stallion as they bring better prices than any other stallion. Mares kept at $2 50 per month on Brass Carp taken to present accidents hut nut responsible C I'. SANDIDUK should any occur Milledgetille, March 27, 1880. THF. FANCi SADDLK STALLION, Wallace Denmark. SON, KY. $. ffi ' 4J UROADWAV, LEXINGTON, - tlio Iton-itritof Lileiiittirii. Visitor Von peak of this nnthor'a works as hat iny become suddenlv valu-nblWhy is that? Publisher He has tiled. Chirago Globe. s Effective Remedy and Indigestion, and aro never without them In the houso." Mosen Orenier, Ix)well, jrass. " I havo used Ayer's Pills, for liver troubles ami lnillHe-stlon- , during wauy years, and havo always fouuil them prompt and olllciutit in their action." J.. N. Smith, Utiea, N. Y. " I siilTered from constipation which assumed Hticli u obitlnato form that I feared it would cause a ntoppap,o of tlio bowels. Two boxes of Ayer'n J'ilU a complete cure." D. Utirko, Saco, .Me. " I have tisctl Ayer's Pills for the past thirty years ami consider tliem an fumily medicine. I know of no bitler it'iut'dy for liver tioubles, and have always found them a ptompt ruru for dysiifpHln." . Tames (jiiimi, lJ Middle St., Hartford, Conn. "Having been troubled with costlvo-iii'h- s, which sei'tiis liii'.lnililii ltli per-oof si'tluiitarv J.ulutt, I havo tried Ajor's Pills, liopinv . rullof. I am Kind to say Unit ., s served mo lietler tliini any oilier iiipdleino. I arrive at ibis entii'luslon only aftor a faithful trial if their merits." Samuel T. Jones, Oak tt., lloston, Jlass. id ns e. for constipation - mr - Vm llo Won tlio I'rlri'. vs.. 1 Mat COMPANY isMiars'0'c,ss,ii ' I Hi' I smMr,r LEXINGTON.KY. . TiTTrf H t-- Si i it 1 1 Foaled May i, 1871); is a ruh Mahogony bay, is) hands high, heavy niano and tail; It strictly hue and fani-y- , Is liotn a natural and pleasant saddler; breeds fancy and when iiuicllv driven in harness goes like a trotter lit Is high tail stylo on both At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. STANFORD, KV. sides to the third ireiicratton: is backed bv thor oughhredson both sides, making hun very active Note Terra Alta made a full mile in t so with SPIXIAL ATI i:.Vl ION to COMMKHCIAI. and snrivhily in gait; in form and finish a perfect six weeks hmdlmi; ClIAs I. CROW. model, lit: was tired by bumpier Denmark, he by travelers Horses and mulct bouirbt and r,M he by O.ilnes X Cromwell s Guddard't vuiy nnrsesaiid vehicles useJ in llscry Denmark, he by the race 'hnrti Denmark, he by Also agent fur the His first dam was tired by htr Imp Ncdgeford he. by Wallace, he by Todhunter's Sir Wallace WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO- Sir Albert tliorouifhbrcdj : ad dam by Virginius, (dam of Virglnius by Trauoy, thoroii;libndj; he Mason's Whlpp; jd dam a liy the celebrated Wlilpp mare. IIV MF.TROPOLITAN, 137a, Son of Itvsjjk's llamulctoman. ,$eed and gala Stable, ! Dam JOLTTL, lly lllood Chief, 79a Son of Wallace Denmark above; 1st dam by Miller's Denmark, he by the race horse Denmark; hit Sire of Funnle Robinson, a 20, dam Fh.riiej id dum by Montgomery's Ollter, 31I Metropolitan by Itysdyk't llambletonian; dam dam by old Drennon. Tom is a lino shaped horse, Hyacinth by Volunteer, crand-daClara, dam of black wim heavy mane and tail ; !5!( hands high; Dexlcr mid llictalur, by Seelry's Amerir.ui Mar Isn natural saddler and will warrant him a saddle Metropolitan is acknowledged by all tu Im one of breeder, tho best and by malts the very best bred stallion eierfoaled. Ills full sitter, Victoila, sold at tlio McFerran sale for $7.", the highest price evir nald for a brjod maro .it nubile sale lllood Chief, by lllood's Illack Hawk; dam Miss This finu lack It by Giant, he by Imp. Palermo; W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Duncan hy Scott's lliKlilandertgrand dam h Ara 1st dam by ltolunsoii's Sampson, he by Imp. Mamlllort! Chief tired moth; ad d.im by Imp llerirand Jaco's 1st dam ms, pd dam by limolenii LONDON, KV.. Woolcy Jim a ay Kuiiiiie Kobinsoii a ao'. und by Illack Hawk, ad diniiby 1'ipprcanne. Ocod luriiouti and saddle horset always lllood's llljick Hawk sired the d.tms '1 his 11 a handsomo Jack, 4 years old, 16 hands Chief a 2 J Si term. London it the m0V, lor hire high, black with mealy i.oe. Will terse a few of Von Arinln ijS and Almoin, Jr, a J6 and the lent reasonablethe po,nt on railroad to reach placet in th. grand dam of Hello llra.ficld a ao and Protiene a 18, jennett ,, Hingold is 4 cars old bay, iO, bauds h'gh ami in the mountain te'iion of Restate The abosu stock will make the season of iSSo at ealreint'ly line and stylish Will make thu season my (arm K milts from Hustonville.ne.tr Carpenof 1889 at my stable at Morcl.ttid Station, a miles ter's Station, and will ho permitted to serve hy the north nf lluttonvillc, on the Huttoutlllu.ind insurance, .... i... hr sn.i.-ter,t il.i s,.;:: " v'.i"i"'vt-- . asnc iuen the fair rings, rumhlnsd with Die sale id made In stamp him asone of ih.grand.Ht sues of thisi-iiTo show ihc estimate of his breeding w. " k.... i...ji..-.- r Sta-o- n At SKVKN DOLLARS to insure due ne frrnrn . n essrs Harris ha, eheen sold nis colls 'i??.1'? for . when mare is parted with nu imt.er f colts beloncinir to , iV,..T. . " II .VCVRT1SCOVLR 14 so f L ' ,M Vtlv!""' '" ,,,5, ter. iiewall Jackson, Jr, standt futl 16 hands high beautufulba) color, magnirlcent carriage andac-- . iiu.i.nu snu. in inc statue lot lust ns well .. K. does,n the fair ting lie was by Stonewall Jaikson. 1st dam Delia hr Messenger, Jr: ad dan, sallie Cook by ll.l.,.-- . Vorkshlre; Jloh Registered; Vol , W A T. A. Mosb) 's race mare, by llaiiihielonfan lasksonby U athingion Denmark, he Sionewall Ilrown colt, IJH hands high, foalrd May 6, M$ hy Imn Hcdgford, isi dan. liy Crusaderlm by Old Whip. Siredhy METROPOLITAN 1371. Messenger. Jr. hrWing Amenrsn .., .. .!. K on r ministl1 C VUI Jakr. First dam I. id II. by Lumber 1784, aire of .""ft Amoririi dam by Old Sweeper ',." ,trvui a a;J-- and the dam df Matllc Wilket a yi. ,u pacer Wake Juke b Davwnng's Hoy Messenger. 1st dam Up id dam Capital by Alesander's Norman aj (sire by of Lulu a l.'Jand Ma Queen s ao , jd dam Kate N'edley Thus it will bo seen that be has the blood a, cicssary to ma so nun what he it the great and Miller, thoroughbred, by Ralph, 4th dam thoroughbred, by Imp Kchpte, jth dam successful sire of horse, for all purposes. Pasturage fur mares at reasonable terms Ilrown Alary tliorougiinretl. oy Summer, em dam P S Coltt mil stand f.,r the season. Lucy lllackbiirn, tlKiroughbred, by lllaikburn'a Whip, 7lh dtun Mars llrotin, tlHJtnbgbbr.d, by We tlie undersigned have bred In and Tclcmaciis, Stlidam 1 he Janus mare, thurmigb-Lre- d, by Imp Janus il"",".n """' u, pleasure to say that Jaekton,a Metropolitan i7 full brother tn Reins Victo-- 4, lr arid lie it dam of Prniictoii tiyV,, Kuclid aaSVI by gM breeder His oil. have given satisfaction ,".', Rysdyk's Hamblcloni'io, isi dam Hyacinth by esery uaruiular a numher ,,f ,1. Volunteer a 37, id dum Clsra Idam of Dexter uped well as combined animals and has svnn ,1.. 1 17s, the show rings Alma a llr,. Astoria J 19 by Setley's premiums orthmgtoTiraV American Star, 3d dam McKmstry mare (dam of ' Shark a jj;' l.iiinLi ru86. record a as. bv Krlcsson no. dam ' '"OS- - WAI.KKR.I.ancatier by old Canadian Pilot. Nornmnx Alcsarulcr sj by .the Morse horse, dam Stocom mare l Magnum lloniim Norman HI. 'I hree of tired Lulu a 141, and Muy IJnctn a an of his suns have sired ti a jo performers and hit daughters are the dams of 6 in tbo 3 yo list. SALS AND FEED STABLE, 'terra Alia will make the pre.ut season it my stable We will also tand our $IO to Insure a Living Colt. At Sio the Season, . l'""a . In I an Slaok John, Ja.k. di Moner due 1 ,. 1 t, ,.,. r.. it.niui fc "" "' Terra Alta 9525. sii fl ' Dave-delt- .ff 111 Sal VsfJi.; I. KRUCE, Will nrsi-ciii- ss RING0LD. m Toxn IRobinsoxi Ujwjy, jaco: Rt-ui- ke f$ t f. Waiter, Iiow'h this? just discovert! a collar button soup. Diner Out I havo in my j ,J Walter Yes, salt you's do lucky man. "Wo has prizo eoup on Mondaya nn' Wednesdays. A hamsonio gift iu overy twenit'th bte, sab Once a WoV, Ayer's Pills, l'ltKI'AItKI) 11V Wallace at $12.50; Tom at $10, JACO at $jj for Jack colt nnd f 15 for Jennet. Stock committed to my care and breeding will receive my perianal uticntion. Grass furmshsd at reasonable tuiet, lo be paid for before removal . of stock. No responsibility for accidents Parti itlf with stock forfeits insurance. CARPENTKK. 14 J.il'UKLK ores-cspes- STOLE1T I At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Lieu retained on all colts. If any mare is re'bred to another horse or traded the season will be due. Crass furnished at a per month. Cute will be taken to prevent accident! or escapes but note tpontibillty tliouiu any occur. W S. WKJ HAM, Atoreland, Ky. 7 Dr. J. C. Sold Ayer k Co,, Lowell, Mass. hf ull Denier lu Medicine. -- : JM t - new, with, blue cloth limngt. H.t . ."in.iraiiveiv iL'siiiat tn. owint i ...v amm rourini c.t : , ...em give aa S lor the recovers- - nf y. the horse, buggj win thief. and J AS C It FID 97 Stanford, Ky. -- .'nic'air!'" m,,s. a'iiiei"i.no Jii --MTi'jfiT; 3fe iijiui(.uurituMiifjiitii.ni.uijm-"- i iitarssst SZSid Ai Hi 01 11 n 'SrAit j,, ,i yjffjgg&j. a.i.V&oi.teau sMtSBBSsi iH tffr A.Ha iiiu Lt,A-- l ii. f. , . 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