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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889052401 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. rtppw miflijpyjiii li "'. v o- - Semi-Weekl- y VOL XVII. Interior Journal. A. STANFORD, KY, FRIDAY. MAY 24, 4889. NO. 30 M Everybody Benefited I Once a Year Let co all values as to profits and swap dollars with their multitude of customers. S. L. Cut POWERS Sale This is generally done in the dull season, but this time it rate in STANFORD and HUSTONVILLE is decided to begin at once, and on MONDAY, MAY 20th, inaugu- GO 'i '9 A Great - Price pplying to Every Department and Each Article in Stock The stores are OVERLOADED WITH GOODS. We know the We want to see how many goods can be sold before July 1st. Profit is not thought of, and large losses arc consented to in some lines. LOOK AT THESE wayanit of the dilemma. When we cut we cut deep and apply the knife to the very hilt. V I1 Startling Figures ! 6c; soft-finishee, d See what a Knock-Dow- n Argument Looks Like: y Twelve spools of good Machine Thread (half" of it Clark's O. N. T., All the best Apron Ginghams, such as Lancasters and Amoskeag, In White Goods for Ladies' and Children's Dresses and Aprons, the prices are cut about square in two 5c, that have been loc a yard, arc cut down to 6jc; beautiful Cham-brasold 10c and or Kerr's in any number desired, black or white) for 30c. Dress Ginghams that sell everywhere at 12c reduced to 74c- last season at double that. c a best 10c IMcached Muslin Best Indigo Blue Calicoes, Bleached Muslin reduced Shirtings and Checks for Men and Boys cut down from loc to 6l2z Curtain Scrims worth 15c; Bed Spreads reduced about half; see fine, yard-widsplendid, yard-widUnbleached Muslin for and "JljC elegant Sateens worth 15c are now displayed by us at a daisy we show you at 69c, used to be $1.25. what from 9c to 63c; the best heavy, ?H- - Figured Lawns yQ to 5c. shown in Kentucky; has been jc. 5c ever 7c. I2c; e 6, Fine Woolen Dress Goods, all Worsted & Woolen, Reduced about 30 Per Cent. Even in fine lleniicttas and the Trimmings, Buttons, Linings, etc., at cost, or thrown in free. All Notions are cut down to almost no price. LACES and EMBROIDERIES specially cheap. thousands of pairs for Ladies, Gents and Children, bought recently at a Great Sacrifice, and will go into this General Slaughter Sale at actual cost or less. This gives you a $2 Shoe fonabout Si. 35 and a 51.25 Shoe for 85c. There never has been such a grand chance for the people of Lincoln and surrounding counties to supply themselves and families with Shoes at an enormous saving in outlay since this has been a county. HATS of all kinds; thousands of Straw Hats from 5c up. We often sell a good dollar Hat in these sales at 25c. This season our Trimmed Hats'for Ladies and Children are a great feature. Not much over millinery store prices in cities. KirRcmember the prices given in this circular are upon the best class of Staple Goods. People who look can't help buy. We dare you to walk in and see the prices. e Sale we will knife prices in Clothing worse than any department in the store. Before we are done During this Great Remember we keep anything needed by young or old. BaSrCLOTHlNG Men's Suits S1.50 and up. Boys' Pants and Suits at less than the stuff in the county, if we can get them inside the door. Men's Coats 40 cents. with it we propose to have a new suit on every man and boy We will lose some money now and hope to make a little in the future. The best advertisements are the in earnest in our determination to let the people have the goods. $fWc arc they are made of costs. best goods at low prices. This House can stand it for the time named. This sale will be in full force from May 20th to July 1st. What you see in our stores will correspond in every respect with what appears S. L. POWERS & CO., Stanford and Hustonville, Ky. Bring it along and test our sincerity. in this circular. SHOES one-thir- d I1 Cut-Pric- DRIPPING SPRINGS. rollknow tlmt I hnvo turn-...ers who do not .,.., ... fif tlii- well,, nntl I v t ,.nt I'll Wl r !...... . n" mtt hope njtcr they liavu rvaii Minus 01 my productions they will not wish that I had remained then!. U U a ureal thltiK to get drowned occasionally, as wt-l- as to be a povt, in onler to lld out how much you am thoimht of. When the Bad news reached Crab Orchard a gentleman of that town, Mr. Howen Gover,, came very near dyinj: of Brief, becau-of many M ho said, "it knocked him out a half dollar he expected to mako this Bummer by haulln paiweiiRera over to the sprinpt." It is rather a dellcato matter for 1110 ti tell how much lam thought ofandalhoof beim: n poet, but as else don't know it, and n I have no "Falcon" to k to church with mo nml "write It up," I Hw there's no harm for wo to "write it down." So I will bepln by idvln you something. "Awful Sweet." 1 l no-bod- v To the Kli(or Interior Journal ) IVrliajtn there nro umny of your ed by this gentli Mayday breeze, and the binis earrolllne. their ponpi of love from tiie (touch above my head, and the sound of "fuliluc waters" from that croud old sprinc, which has broucht health and happiuctt to so mnny w here the same old, old story inis no often been told, my mind very naturally takes a musical as well as a retrospective and poetical turn, and causes me to sine a cone of -- J years nco, which I will name: That Old Cherry Tree. 'Tw.it In a rural tillage Known at 'old Kirkivllle," Which sich! among the rwt Jut over the brow of a hill. Seated at a window, lly an eld cherry tree Wat jut at pretty a maiden Aa a boy would care to iw. further up the street At a tillage ttnte, Wat a rather ymiugith man Whote heart waa ten tore; Because the ahadoo t fell so dark. From that mean Aid cherry tree, And the pretty, pretty maiden Itccould jutt barely loo. Now a auddon inspiration Maket lilt countenance bright, With looking-glain hand He tla'hct out itt light; When a twert face wat mirrored Krom the window under the tree; And both were then at happy At a girl and boy could be. ss madstone. If the stone has no ellect he will go to Frankfort, Louisville and to procure relief. Tho boy's Henry Hurt, aged 30, died Satunlay hand is swollen, though only to a small of consumption. Tho aid society will give an oyster extent. Several dogs on Mr. Pitman's ,kkkTS Sl'liCIFIC curet all blood diteatct, such as Scrofula, Ulcera, Pimples, Ulcerated Throat, place went mud and bit cats and live white Swelling, Syphilitic dieaet 111 all itt stages, NecrusU. Ac. Price St per bottle. May 24th. supper H AVIS' IKON iilTTKRS Is the most pleasant to take of all the Iron tonics. It cures Dyspepsia, Thu .mad-do- g scaro is upon us. Threo stock, all of which have been slain to it Rivet a keen appetite, enriches the blood, rejulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles prevent the spread of hydrophobia. and nervous system. Price Si per bottle. of the best worm killers and expellera known to the medkilled hero during the week. GATLIKF'S WORM SVKUP Ik made profession and therefore recommends itself. It Is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. Price ac The buildings for Mueller's stone Much excitement prevails in Skaggs Val- ical bottle. per ley and tho slaughter of dogs goes on works are being erected at Livingston, GATLIFF'S MAONET1C PILLS for all Liter Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache, Ac. Acta as cathartic. Price ss cents per The Post here will observe .May SO, day and night. and Icr tale to the trade by the . memorial day. All are invited to atMT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Cfn-cinna- ti The Great Remedies! t, tend. CHURCH AFFAIRS. WIILXIAMSBURG DRUG CO., WilHainsburjr, Ky. Kant sends a mriC p"rom nwect Mmlc Dunn, A former Kentucky Riil morning un; Brfght like Her name she wants lipc-cayWritten from this quiet retreat, And don't care what it li, Ju.taolta awful tweet." Ultthe , CIIQXUV simply recall an ecninz, after a clolng ball, Jutt .The one to which t refer Wsi when ah had left the hall; And tears were in a heart, Well I wilt Atwellaaitithccye, O that old cherry tree, That old cherry trrc; 'Tit tweet to remembsr How dear you were to me ; Though, tinny yean line pAi.ed Since jou and I were free, 1 never, ncNer thall forget It Try the nbovo to thu tune of "Little Sallio Walker," mako tho tune fit tlio Now if your readers are not paralyzed words, hIiik rather slonylriiw out the last by the remarkable poetical uoiiIuh I have wonl of every lib line .rather lone and exhibited I will call their attention to a let the end of tho 1th line of thu chorus a recent May- die away in. a pathetic, sentimental wail. Bceno which occurred nt made If you can't "catch" it just exactly to day picnic, and which suit you come out to tho Springs this A Pretty Picture. ' summer and I will show you how it is A pretty pair I none. Well you will not no more music or poetry this time, for two reat bic black ants have just crawled down my back, and now I eeo an old liszard grimiing at mo from t'other end of the log, and tho locusU have kept up such a "shoo-ing- " elder, Mattie Usury, The in pureit white, Waa dressed and a "Pharoaing" that they have entire Her friend, Klla Shockley, ly scared away both music and muse, but In blue, looked like a water sprighr, next Friday 1 will paint a picture of fivo mako A plctute I promised to years ago, and while it will contain neiOf thce iwoet littie creatures, ther measure or rhyme, it will perhaps to fulfill my word And tt give me many ploaiure. have more real poetry than anything I Until then, Iiavo given you For MnUlo's cheeks arc lle the rotes Her hair l dark tpun gold, keep it fresh in your memory that wo , Her heart l pure a the llllics open with a grand Picnic and Hall on only u year old But boy, she on Saturday, Juno 1st, and also that there blooma When the "Hud" 1 would bid all to bewa't is no month in tho year better for rest For they who venture ncarMattie's net and quiet nt the. Springs than June. Are litre to jret landed there Rcspt., Daniel GAnitAiit) Slauchitku. nt Lovers' Retreat this P. S. On receipt of a postage stamp Seated here whsro the. perfume I will mail a small volutuo of poems and wiiitiy beautiful .lower is waft- - hunting htorieii to any address. D. G. S. from the tweet mountain to-da1 When he We will meet beyond th sky." "That Old cLerry tree." ' Over at Wallace' Cltappcl, Out by the old well Under the honeysuckle and apple; Protected by their shade Reclining at their ease. Were two sweet little maids DnuUiitfthe "May Day" brecie. J''. Owingsville is to have a new $8,000 Vina Doan, of Piue Hill, was jailed hero Saturday on a writ charging her Christian church. -- Head what "Old H.trnes" says in his with keeping a bawdy-housTho U.tptisU have purchased a lot of letter on our 4th paco. Hew George Hunt will preach nt J. J. Williams, just north of the depot, ami will, during the summer, erect a Willow Grove church Sunday afternoon at J! o'clock. church building thereon. Fid. Williamson's meeting at Elder The new otlicers at Livingston are making it warm for Pap Darsio's church, Frankfort, resulted in Mullius, as police judge, is dealing out 50 additions. Sunday will be devoted to tho chiljustice in copious quantities, satisfactory g dren at the Methodic church. Tho proto the citizens. Tho doctors amputated about one-thir- d gramme as prepared is a very entertainof Hob Jones' right foot last week. ing one. Hew Mrs. Kllen Huukle has been orJones was employed in Mueller's quarry dained at Wooster, O., and licensed to and in hoisting a large stone, the hooks perform tho marriage ceremony, the first let go and the stone fell upon his foot. over authorized in the country. -- Our fellow townsman, Mr. D. N. The Now York Times lias n labored Williams, is mentioned as being tho best editoiial to prove that Presbyterianism timber in the county to mako tho race in tho U. S. is declining, because tho for Suite Senator from this district. Mr. people are repudiating Calvanism, AVilliams is widely known as a man of Gen. Fisk gets himself quoted by sterling integrity and one who would re- making the following observation: flect credit and honor to tho district. "Ministers and maltsters, bishops and Fred M.tliall'ey, of Hrodhead, had a brewers, deacons and distillers, rectors lively experience with a scorpion a few and rectifiers, can't work together." days since. Tho littin animal climbed Tho lato Alex. Folsom, of Bay City, after the fashion of Sut Lovingood's cele- Mich., through his will, which was probrated serpents and Fred had considera- bated Tuesday, loft SK 1,000 in specific-bo.jues- ts ble difficulty in dislodging him from his to religious and charitable in clothing, of which ho was scantily attir- atitutloiiH of thu Presbyterian church. ed when tho tussel was over. The George Nugent Homo for Hap-tist- s Sheriff" Jones arrested 13 boys, white at Gcrmantoun, Pa., is completed and colored, Monday morning, on com- ind is ready to receive all IJ.iptiBt minplaint of Willis Adams, charging them isters and their wives over GO years of with swimming in his pond, after being ago, to bo supported for life. It has an notified orally and through tho newspa- endowment fund of SIloO.OOO, pers to keep out. The boys didn't think Plans for tho now Proloitunt Kpiseo it was loaded. A number of them will, pal Cathedral in New York city, which piobably rest behind tho bars is to co,tS 1,000,000 and bo tho grandest G. H. Albtlght, Harhourville's clev church building on tho continent, havo er druggist, was with us Saturday. It been submitted by a number of leading It is to seat 4,000 persons. G. Williams It in from Williamsburg. architects. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. JJoulwaro returned to Maywooii. Sunday-hchoo- l will bo orHloomington, III., Monday. Judge Carganized at May wood next Sunday eventer picked a strawberry from his patch Saturday which measured 4 inches in ing at 2;S0. Come everybody.' Old men circumference. Mrs. S. Wuist, of Pino come and bring your wives ami young Kmmett men bring your sweethearts and let's Hill, is visiting in Louisville. Proctor and Sam Lewis have returned wake May wood up from her long Hip Miss Anna Me from Mitchell, Ind. T. W. Geer is work-ing.- Van Winkle sleep. Loretto, and John M. Williams is Cluro is visiting her sister, Mrs. Tom Mr, John Tucker has been Napier. holding Mt. Vernon down nights. very sick, but wo are glad to say s up son of Joel Pitman, of A ugain. Some of the hoys are buying Skaggs Cieek, was bitten by a rabid dog now suits of clothes and new buggies. last Tuesday. Mr. P. took tho boy to Something surely is going to happen. Howland .Monday to bo treated with n Send us a bid, boys. e. s. t. at A. C SINE. J.N. MENEFEE. SINE & MENEFEE, Dealers In- - ROUGH A1TD DRESSED LUMBER, PAT23ITT W1BB A1TO SLAT FENCE, Cedar and Locust Posts. first-clas- csash, boors astd Bicxaros ie Brackois and Mouldings, Scroll Work, s Latlis, Shingles, Etc., We will earn' a full stock of ever thing found in a Lumber Yard. A C SINE, Ilukiness Manager. t miles the shortest, II hours quickest between Cincinnati and New leans. Or.?)fl Entire Trains Run TLroueh Without Change. THROUGH CAr"sF.R'1CE. Train No. t, Pullman Boudoir Duff- ct Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati to New Orleans Chattauuuifii to Shreveport and Pullman Buffet Sleepers, Cincinnati to Jacksonville, via K. T., South-Hound Train No. 5, Mann Boudoir Buffet Sleeping Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati to Jacksonville via V. & A. Sleepers St. Louis to New Orleans via M. .V O. Condensed Schedule a Effect March 31, 1889. JiKAD XOWT. TRAINS &uL 111 No. 7. io. 3. " No. j. No, 1. Daily Daily. Daily. Lim. lEx. Sun. Daily. Mm 17 am 4 03 p in. Scop m 7 53 a m m 953am J 47Pm 93OP 10 50 a m 7 oj p m 10 39 p m KKAD T7X J it 30P m 7 33PU1 o 35 P m 10 35 I TRAINS NORTH. No. 4j. No. 2. No. 4, I No. 6. STATIONS. DaUy Lim. Daily Fast Ex. hun. Dally. Ex. Llm. Dally L'e, (Snrlnnall .A'rvi 640 a nij 0 41 pm 10 33 a in 330 pm ., .Williaimtown... .L've S 3 a m . 830am 1 33 p m. ..Georgetown... 4 10 a mL 7 34 a m 1333 p m a m . .Lexington., 3 43am 4 13 pm 703a m iJiopm .".Lou. 7A" r'r., rf' Burgin ..Ltc.j ...Arr lajipnv li 50 pm 10 00 pm 630 pm 300pm t 13 pm 8 45 Pm 11 oa " 59 P " a 16 9 10 pm la 30 3 03 Danville ni'.. ...... .Junction City.. oopm! Somerset in 13 a mi Oakdale...... J S3 mi 40 85 ro, o 00 p tnAr v...Chattanooga.. p miL've...Chattanooga.,. 9 ton m, j I ca p m Attalla. ...... m'Ar'v. 9 49 mitt 45 pm'I.'vc ... Birmingham,. m ....Tuscaloosa... 60S p in. 30.1 Mf.rffliflti II 5P ml 4 4J amfAr'v, 03011 tnlti con m Ar'v New Orleans., ... ( 10 a in L've. ..Men.llan..t. Jackson, ..Jl 910am L've 11 as am. L've!,...Vtcksbutj;, . '", m 11 43 a 1 4. a a a a a mil 17 aui'Lve., lluriti 3 55 a m' 3l3tt I 3 m 05 .L've 0 d .Ar v a ml 35P in jo p I ' 310pm 5 jo am 10 30 p m 330am 1031pm 3 53 am 330am 10 30 pm 1 35 p m 830 a m 9tnm 435am 7 55 a m 4 06 a m acoa m 7 3S a m! 4 5p 1 1 3 00 p m . , .L've .Ar'v ,Ar'v 4 15 ..- .- a 300 pm 1 oa a m ....itooop ni 47 ra: ,.....,. .! 'i VJ -- m 3 35 p m. ...! 9 40 pm o lop m I a 35 p in L've, 8 yip 111' Ar'v ....Shreveport,.. .Monroe 11005 a m ' 6 con m 400pm I Train No. 7, Pullman Boudoir Buffet Sleeping Cars Cincinnati to Jackson wile, Fla., via. E. TV. & Free Parlor Cars Cincinnati to Lexington. TralnNo.j, Munn Boudoir Bufiet Sleeping Cats, New Orleans to Cincinnati, Shreveport to Chattanooga and Jacksonville, Fla., to Cincinnati, via h.'T4, V. & G. NewOriean to1 (). St. Louis via M. tt4'WF Train No 6. M.tnn Boudoir Buffet Sleeping Cars New Orleans to Cincinnati and FreelParlor Lcxingtin to Cincinnati. 5aV'', 1 rain No. 8, rulliran lioucoir anu r imctMefpiuc; v.r mattancoga 10 vinciuatiano. ieep4si&ck-nvil- le V A. and E. T.. V.'AJfi. Cincinnati, U T . " to FRANK WOOLLEV.Trav. Pass, Agt., Lex!nton, Ky. Past, and Tkt. Agt. D. G. EDWARDS, Gen'l JOHN C. (JAULT, General Manager, Cincinnati ,6bio O. North-ltr.un- V 1 o s . h .1, X t'J . ij"-- . Jin... . , . l ..jjI.' . V- - ' ... ' t v .' .... .. -- . '.. . t r K. ..- - T?J "V fcK1" ""F'7'an-- .i W a t Si Semi-Week- ly fNTRioRJouRNffL May 24. 1889 Stanford, Ky.. W. P. WALTON. SIX PAGES. Looteu Tanxkk bus nlrently exhausted appropriation mado to thu puy pensions ami it is estimated that lit will spend 15,000,000 more before the end of the fiscal yenr, June fiO. Thin is getting rid of the surplus with n vengeance that should open the eyes of every honest man in the country, which we take it, is not ready yet to be turned over to the claim agents, bounty jumpers nnd coffee coolers. Should tho disbursement for this year reach 5100,000,1)00, as there seems no doubt that it will, the sum will exceed by 37,000,000 tho total expenses ol tlie entire government in 1860. The statement is further made that it equals tho cost of the standing army of Great Britain, 180,000 strong and nearlv equals the cost of tho great German army, almost oOO.OOO strong. The claim agents, who secured thu appointment of Tanner, Miew their man pretty well, and are exceedingly happy over his looseners and lavishness. Coil K. Polk Johnson, president of Nkw Djscatu'k, AiA., will celobrntejn K. P. A., who is tx officio, member royal style on tlio 2Uth and autli oi tins tho of the executive committed, publishes month thu opening of a number of new the following in the Frankfort Capital, important enterprises, including car- which wo commend to the perusal of shops, furnaces, a splundid hotel, to. those who aro now wnsting time writing Mr. Breckinridge Jones is on tho executo tho secretary for passes. "It should be tive committee and has our thanks for correspon an invitation, remembered that cross-road- s gang are dents and thu usual dead-hea- d A RECunucAN paper, trying to excuso barred. The Convention is to bo comHarrison for taking care of his brother, posed of newspaper men, who will bo "Presi- -' accompanied by their wives, sisters and his cousins and his mints, says: dent John Adams is not noted in histo-- j an occasional sweetheart. There will id-- 1 his so be somu distinguished invited guests ry for nepotism, yet ho appointed will not get in son, John Quincy Adams, minister to present. But "thu gang" by this year. Owensboro invited a meeting Berlin, and was advised to do so Washington." of the Kentucky Press Association, not a promiscuous accumulation of Toms, Aftkk torturing millions of souls to a Dicks nnd Harrys from here, there and loathsome death, a discovery of a remeeverywhere, and it will not be t!e fault dy that will cure leprosy has at last been of the officers of the Association if the found, at least it is claimed. It is gur-ju- n hospitality of the beautiful little city is oil, the produce of the fir tree.andis abused." said to bo never-failing- . ' x JL i Jk j wA . 4. v JL J iL ,- - EACH TUB ON ITS OWN BOTTOM -- sffl MERIT ALONE MUST WIN! We sell Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, &c, On aminers at Pineviile. The first train from Winchester to on never o the Wolfe county lino will run over the new, no goods to select we It now turns out that thu negro who Kentucky Union Monday. 111 was taken from jail at Wieklillo ami legislature defeated the The Illinois prices. hung by a mob was guiltless of the ofbill to nrohibit the manufacture and to see stock; ho was charged rapo of fense with which to Kile of liquor in that State. on u little girl. There aro always a lot Birmingham, A game of craps near of fellows ready to take human life Ala., ended in tho killing of four negroes when they think they can do it with ami the wounding of five or six others. impunity nnd they do so, not so The accountant of the U. S. treasury much for tho sake of justice ns to gratify finds $722,000,000 in currency, coin and n cowardly thirst for blood and advenThat tho drouth in the news world is securities to turn over to Treasurer Hus- Main St., r SALINGER, ture. There is entirely too much of this severer by far than that which has late- ton. mob business and in nine cases out of 10 ly affected the material part of thu uniT. N. Meredith, of Monticello, 111., The Virginia mountains and many e we should like to see thoi-- who is unmistakably shown in the has been tapped for dropsy 7S times nnd verse, points in Michigan aro covered with Birming- Courier-Journthem treated like the one at and Times which degallons of water have been taken snow. ham. Qftener than otherwise though, vote column after column to a meazly from him. Tho United States pays $1,00,000 a such harsh remedies are not needed, for little republican convention, composed Iowa is a prohibition State, but the year to the examining surgeons in the the average man who enters a mob is of the veriest pigmies with few excep- Internal Hevenue Collector says he has service. such n coward that a squirt gun would tions, convened to nominate a candidate issuud 232 more liquor license this year pension The attorney general hns decided put him to flight. for State treasurer, who stands no more than last. that Oklahoma cannot have National DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, chance of election than a tailless, bull The C. kO. lost its depot and wareThe attorney for Kemmler, tho man does for quiet in fly time. The little fel house nt Norfolk. Va., by fire. Tho banks until the law is changed. The Montana republicans are laying FANCY ARTICLES, &0 condemned to die by electricity in New lows simply want to get themselves in buildinc nnd freight destroyed weroj their defeat 011 Russell Harrison, and nn nppeal becauso tho York, has taken print to show their importance to the worth 5100,000. declare thnt had his neck been broken PhyticUntprttcriptioiit accuraiely compounded. manner is unusual and cruel and there- powers at Washington, and they aro sue Bird At Chattanooga, Tenn., long ago it would have been liost for tho docfore illegal. A number of leading 1 feeding admirably. A stick full of type killed his wifo by stabbing her, and af party. and numerous could tors concur in this idea have been madu to toll thu whole terward cut his own throat. He will die. St. Thomas' Orphanage, near Bards-tow- THE LARCEST electrical experts declare it uncertain talc that columns have Wen devoted to. STOCK OF WATCHES, Domestic trouble. onco a famous Jesuit college, whs and inhuman. Outsiders will take litYoung Miller, the son of a wealthy totally destroyed by fire, involving an CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Tiik Lebanon Standard speaks of Stantle interest in the matter savo to hope man in Indiana, has been placed in the estimated Ions of $27,000. None of the fcvtr brouehl to ht market. Pricei lower than suffer the punish- ford as a "sleepy little town," which evithat tho fiend may penitentiary to serve three years for fool- UK children were injured. the lawett. Watchti, Clock and Jewelry He. of death in one way or the other. dently doesn't want water works if she ment ing a young lady to a room and seducing paired on thori.notlccand warranted. The Samoan conference at Berlin He cut up a woman in tho most horrible can't pay $7,500 for them. She can and her. has come to a hitch becauso the U. S. meth- will raise the amount and at the same manner and it is not so much tho Major Edward J. Cross, connected od as the result that is desired. time pay a reasonablo'sum to have her with Stowo's circus, was shot and killed renresentativea insist that Maletoa bu restored to the throne and tho Germans streets illuminated. The Maysville, is to bo regretted that the crowning Lebanon editor might turn an honest by an inmate of a brothel at decline to agree to tho projosition. It ambition of a long nnd fuithful demo- penny by contracting to place his caput HenrietteMcDaniel, thu proprietress, has A. M. Neeley, the colored politician cratic life has been denied Dr. Baker of in a prominent place and give us all the been arrested. who raised the row at Potest City, Ark., The C. & O. has secured under per- in which three white men were killed, Shelby county. H is 80 odd years old illumination we want without the petual lease the Richmond k Alleghany was found in hiding under a floor and but is as lively as a cricket and has been of electric lights. road, which gives it low grades from shot to death, and quiet again reigns voting tho democratic ticket sinco race. In tho primary the othEmmktt Logan has hired J. Soule Clifton Forge to Richmond, ami the there. first legislatures have' er day Mr. Long beat him for tho nomi- Smith, the inimitable "Falcon," to orate courtshave confirmed it The Carter divorce case, which has discussed ami eight Suites havo adopted for him at thu Pres.s Convention. There nation for thu legislature by SIS votes. Chicago, is no objection to the substitute, for he been thu nine days' wonder at the Australian ballot system. The eight bus ended in a refusal to erant tho wo Tiik President has announced the poli- is an orator from away back, but there are Massachusetts, Indiana, Rhode Iscy that he will not remove an elllcient will be over Mr. Logan's delegation of man's petition on tho ground that she land, Missouri. Tennessee, Minnesota, officer until the expiration of his term. duties imposed upon him by unanimous had been guilty of adultery. Wisconsin and Montana. At- The Decatur Bridge Co., has been This does not please tho eager vote of the association, nnd that gentleTho body of Dr. P. II. Cronln, the but they will have to stand it man had better either prepare to deliver awarded tho contract to build the iron Irish Nationalist, whoso disappearance bridge on the Richmond, Nicholasville, has been tho source of so much speculasomehow. Cincinnati Commercial-Gazette- . or fight shy of attending the meeting. Irvine & Beattyvillo railroad over the tion, was found in a Chicago sewer naThe policy is but just nnd fair The Queen Regent of Spain isnsmuch Kentucky river at Tate's Creek for and right and if the hungry horde can't ked, with a dozen deadly gashes upon in lovu witli Mrs. Cleveland as ns a mawork. stand it let them go to honest his head. A Catholic emblem Cronin The election of two new Congress- had worn about his neck was untouched. jority of tho citizens of tho United When Minister Belmont pre- men Wednesday leaves tho count as it On the theory that if it is wrong tosell States. sented his letters of recall, she, took oc- was before. Judge Williams, dem., will LANCASTER. GARRARD COUNTY. liquor it is wrong to purchase it, the in the Minnesota legislature has enacted a law casion to compliment "The Uncrowned succeed Mr. Townsend, deceased, A very lieavv and destructive frost Dealer In to punish drunkards. It provides a fine Queen of American Womanhood" in UHli Illinois, ami Gen. Kelley, rep., fell on Wednesday night. highest terms and to send her by Minister Ryan in the 4th Kansas. of $10 to $40 for the first offense; 40 to the The ladies of tho Christian church him a photograph of herself wjth a neat Jos. Thornton, colored, charged $G0 for tho second, 00 days in tho. worko girl, was taken will give an entertainment on tho with outraging a little house for the third. This is a good idea little message on it. of Juno 4th. grounds on the night from jail by a mob at AVickliffe and STANFORD, KY. and if the law can bo enforced it will be On Mny .'Wth nn excursion train The two leading Presbyterian Assem- hanged. The jailer refused to give up a valuable aid to temperance. blies aro discussing the old chestnut of the keys, but changed his mind when will run from lioro to Fort Est 11, for tho In dis- the ropo was put around his own neck. purpose of carrying the children of tho ' Fou the first time in years tho party a union, but it will end in talk. IJcst of our city to tho woodCeiling; Seven negro fiends went to thchoK lines are to be drawn in Louisville and cussing tho resumption of specie paydemocratic nominations will be mado for ments, Horaco Greely remarked that the of a respectablo colored man in Culpep- land owned by Capt. Sain Stono, where the legilaturo and all other ollices. That only way to resuino is to resume. Our per county, Va., raped his wifo and they hold their annual picnic. Ixniis mer- Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is A dozen or more St. is the only proper caper. The democrat g)od brethren might get a pointer from daughters after binding him hand anil full and complete. We call special attention to our this and realize that tlfc only way to foot, and. heaping every indignity upon chants have been suspended ns members who is unwilling to receive a regular unite is to unite, without so much talk him. They were arrested, but the ne- of the Board of Trade for persisting in nomination ought to and will bo repudi about the details. groes swear they will tako them from blowing whistles during tho meeting ated bv democrats. hours. A staid and solid merchant The best Casket of the kind ever invented. jail and hang thoin A new trial has been granted a murThe Lexington Press says of the cirhas had a blowing a child's whistle must be a very Glenwood Springs, Colo., Embalming under the most approved method when desired. cuit court which convened Monday: derer in Georgia, who was condemned great poker game. It began at $0.50 inspiring sight. 17 years now to uie, uecauso ttio jury attended prayer Alford Dunn, a negro boy "There is not a single murder case ante, rising gradually until several times J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmor. on docket nnd but ono felony case. This meeting during the trial and listened to there were from $,000 to $20,000 on tho old, was arrested by Deputy Marshal the preacher refer in his prayer to tho Dunn is something that has not happened in n pair Rothwell on Monday evening. board at a time. On the come-ikey with which 60 years." Unfortunately its jail is full fearful crime and beseech pardon for his of kings were onco wortli over $1,100. had in his possesion guilty soul. This is getting tilings down ho had frequently entered at night the of murderers and others charged with The game lasted 18 hours. storo of Ballon & Gaines and helped felonies or the above would be inoro in- to a fine point, but tho courts generally The steamer Rockton has arrived at know how to split hairs. teresting. San Francisco with 402 of tho crews and himself to cash, etc. Tho boy confessed nnd not being nblo to give a $200 bond is United States Biiadlky temporary chairman officers It is said that Harrison will appoint of Gen.republican asconvention nt Louis- Trenton of tho Vnndnlin, shipwrecked in now in jail. nnd the his "ficety" law partner, whom he elevaMr. J. S. Hocker and wifo and Mr. ville, worked off the old chestnuts that tho great storm nt Samoa. Seventy-fivted to Attorney General to tho vacancy ho has 10 officers, with Admiral W. P. Grimes and sister, Miss Pauline, been using for yenrs, with ns seamen and on tho supreme bench. The little fellow wero here attending the Willits lecture. remain nt Apia. IwL H MR iM mighty loosely in much effect ns if they were fresh. Brad- Kimberlv, would rattle around D. A. Bumie, a freight brakeman, Will Ferguson is tiui.te sick at his mothley never thinks, but it takes no thought chairs that have been heretofore tho returned unexpectedly to his home nt ers homo in Covington. J. A. Anderto go over his cut and dried orntions. filled by men who wore lawyers in moro Fort Wayne, Ind., Sunday morning and son, a prominent attorney of our town, senso than name. It seems to be pretty certani that found Samuel Drowloy occupying tho will soon remove to Louisville, where ho Burnam will bo tho compromise ap- samo bed with his wifo. Browley is has been offered a partnership in tho The bito of a rattlesnake is said to bo pointee to the collectorship in this dis- dead from tho efi'ects of a bullet wound Falls City Tobacco Warehouse. an unfailing euro for tho rheumatism, Dr. A. A. Willits delivered his lecbut tho remedy will not bo generally trict. Ho is eminently a respectable inflicted by tho furious husband. Howo bantered ture, "Sunshine," at thu At Akron, O., Mrs. adopted, especially in prohibition towns. man nnd is not mixed up in tho other larger Arthur Frazier for a wrestle, saying sho Tuesday night, to an audience nnd takes bo much whisky to euro tho rows. Besides he is endorsed by It apevery innn who had ever than tho average. Tho attention nnd all the other good men. had thrown snako bito that it would militate against lectested strength with her. Frnzier ac- preciation whs unusual. So waB the agreo to it, oven if tho sufferers would Goodloe hns declined tho Mexican cepted tho challenge, and after a brief ture nnd tho lecturer. Dr. W. need nevtho remedy. Mission in advance of its tender to him. struggle Mrs. Howe throw him on his er announce tho subject of his lecture. Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture Tuk republicans selected a cool May The president might with great proprie- back, and without a word ho expired. It Ho carries it plainly written on his peace- and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as; such goods s day to nominate a candidate for treasur- ty sing tho little Bong into is supposed ho ruptured an artery. A ful face. It was a great lecture by a can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conwill be a cold August day his auricular, " 'Nobody asked you sir!' man who can't throw a woman deserves great mm), and ono of tho best gospel er, but it vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. sermons ever preached in tho town. when they elect him. Louisville Times. she said." to die. Tiik republicans went through the form of nominating John Barret, of Lou isville, lor fctatc treasurer, alter our friend, Col. A. M. Swope, declined the doubtful honor, protesting that lie didn't want the office, which would surely go to thu republicans this time. Thu long string of resolutions congratulates the country on tho election'of Harrison nnd Morton, endorses protection, calls for more pensions, condemns the management of Statu affairs and tho loose methods which made Tate's defalcation possible, approves tho Blair bill, condemns the hiring out of convicts and notes with pleasure, notwithstanding nil this, the growth of prosperity in tho State. The question Will naturally arise, "Who the devil is John Barret?" but wo'll never bu able to tell you more than that he is n young lawyer, unknown outside of Louisville's local bar." The Commercial's pictnreof Gen. Bradley looks like ho smells something bad. Wo aro glad that it has at last got to his nostrils. The republicans have been in bad odor for a long time, but he didn't seeiu to know it. NEWS CONDENSED. . their own merits and grant to all a like privilege. If our floods are not Cheaper and Better we do not expect people to buy. ) Drs. Bingham, Foley and Burch-fiel- d have been appointed pension ex- WE OCCUPY MIDDLE GROUND And Bargain Hunters going up and down drop in us and out empty handed Our stock is all old from, and are first in styles, first qualities, first m quantities and LOWEST in Don't fail our hundreds articles loonumcrous mention. .Hi THE LOUISVILLE STORE I Stanford. -- Manajjer. coin-pos- 0 Ao Bo BRTJGaiST&JBWBLEB. iff PENNY, ritir j n, fiery-heade- d ex-pen- Jack-eon- 's Twenty-twoStnt- o Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Wall Paper, t M office-seeker- s, $93,-00- 0. M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. B. K o W1U1EM Col-leg- Furniture and Undertakers' Goods! Sunday-school- s The Largest, Cheapest and Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Border, Decorations and Window Shades HT3DESTHTTCTIBLE Bimi&X, CASKET, -- h. 8 m n a K 11 ME FUMITURE STOEEI IOTFMAK, PBDF0 r Lm men-of-w- MACJK e re m 0 hn Dr P Rol-lin- o opera-housoln- st Mc-Crea- I On! milk-maid- h " ' f nJ&Kii Qt&BUaljli,. fS Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY. MAY 24, 1889. MIDDLEBURG, 3 m NO. 30 All thu Color Wrro (Iiiiiruiiti'iil. Mrs. Hencon Well, how do you liko thu homo your future husliand hns prepared for you? MiM Rural I run delighted with It. VOU Bvory room Isudorned with oil V'dntings. sr.vt Arm. tltllRtt-- Ml the Stanford mul Crab Mm. (dubiously) Ah, indeed! Orchard pike, near Walnut Hut Fur ttartirti ar Nothing ndds ho much to n houso as oil It t UYWA1KRS, address Crfe On hard, Ky. tialntiitgs, if thoy nro good. Miss Huntl Well, those nro good beyond n question. Why, my flnnco's first HOUSE, wlfo painted them herself. Ixwcll Citi zen. LIURHTY, KY., SIX PAGES. CASEY COUNTY. j NOVELTIES IN JEWELS. FARM SALE! lk-aco- THE NAPIEU ' F. W. WARRINNEP.PROP'R. have leased the abotc Hotel and Intend It in in ivrry particular. cial attention to .ouimcr il men. I e run-nin- Wise Chappie. e Spe- M-- WOOD WALLA6B, I SI Outfitter Moa'sfourth Avenue, j LouInvIIIc, - - Kentucky. WALLACE E. VARNON, Attornoy nt Law, Stanford, Kontuoky. Itohlnsou Jon?, w hat lo you suppose they nit littlo mirror into the crowns of some lints fur? Oh, I huppou it's bo a man can Join tell wIk'h he's liegfnning to pet liald. Once n Week. liitiuiii In srnirli of I'jllil. Tlicro whs 11 (Kiptilar piny iutinlii(; at it, HoMon thentro. Tho crowd uuHcrunh-i- n in at the door ntid thu auditorium wtw altwidy full, whun n mutt fiom the country riitjlieil tip to thu iiinmiKor, who Htood ntUdtiK liirt IniUiIs m ho Ihtcnctl to of the money on tho tho plunk-pltm- k Kttlo box olllco hhelf. "Say, minUT. you'ro tho mnnnKur, 1 bolisve?" "Ywi. Kir." "Will, I'm lost my friond in thu crowd anil I i;ttes lie's not iniidw by thin time. Would you tiiiini Kolng into th thetitrc SanFrnn-oliico Will jnulice in ail the court of thu anil mljoin-i- t mimic am) In the lourti f appeal Uifiieo'rr MiKobarn K Stagg's dreg slere STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. gre-cei- All mimm wishing a pleasant life am) eU plaird wife Itt them use Patcat Plwr made at y, Stanford Holler MIIW. Call for it at your and tf they liae aot got it Ml hand, arse them te keep it. at eel a order froaa larm and get it l the Mill tine) I will gnaraatec A pleasant interesting lasnily W N POTTS. SprmirmUnt l al HARRY A. EVANS, CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL st.MiiKI, Engineering1 and Surveying in: all brandies. K THE (.SALT UOUSR, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST nud just hollerin' 'Iliggins?'" Chroniele. c HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES Olijrrt to urrin-lnliter thins. I understand, Mr. Philanthropist Gould, that you think you would bo if you wero comparatively a oor man, with only $1,000,000 instead of hnt-plor Tho demand for fancy stones Is greatly on tho increase. Cowled monks in oxidized silver aro a now fcut uro in peppcra. Inkstandsof polished hronzonnd bright silver nro an innovation. Tho newest comb headings nro of and gold intertwined. Link bracelets made of graduated gold cubes nro cropping up again. Colored pearls nro being extensively used in jewelry ornamentation. Chased silver mice, linked together by tho tails, form n uniquo bracelet. A rich looking scarf pin la a tiearl ball every morning crawling upon the ground dangling from n diamond coronet. unablo to fly, and tho hogs devour them Thcro is again a call for coral jewelry, as eagerly as thoy do corn. tho tuoro admired shade being pink. Thu Having read thu Louisvillo Times never varies. purity, Colossal spiders In oxidized silver is strengthpowder wholeoinencai. A marel and More economica man on the subject of tho C. A G. R. R. one of tho latest devices in shawl pins. than the ordinary kind and ' an not be old In competition with the multitude n( Imv .hnrt nnd heard tho experience of your HubA heart of diamonds, pierced by n ruby weifjht, alum or phosphate powder. Sold only in vn-ble correspondent upon this same great dart, is a brooch of a high class order. llOVAL IIAKINIJ I'OWIJKK CO.. IS 106 Wall street, New York. thoroughfare, I am reminded of an acOne of tho latest whims is n mlnlaturo count as given hy a couplo of gentlemen, gold compass charm with a bluo enamel botlrof whom aro noted for their truth- dial. SURGEON DENTIST, fulness. Ono of them, n preacher, having I'rctty earrings nro thoso mado of a Stanford. Kntucky, an appointment at Highland, started on sapphire, a ruby and a diamond set in a Office louth side Main, two door above Depot Si, trefoil. horseback from this place and on reaching Grow tho train was leaving tho sideLittlo grunters with diamond eyes and track, bound for Kings Mountain, some- ruby studded backs danglo from queen what behind time; and this same preachchains. er taking tho dirt mad and riding only Scarf pin tops nro formed now of two DENTIST. an ordinarily fast horse, traveled parallel or three broad circular bands of gold inwith the railroad nnd reached King's Office on l.ancaiter street, opposite Stanford, Ky, Mountain jiifct n few minutes before tho terlocked. tfiyr Seasonable queen chain pendants nro train pulled in. Tin other gentleman boarded the train at Yoscniite to go to tiny enameled eggs in colors to simulate his homo near Duncan and found that at porcelain. the rate he was traveling that night have opened nn ico depot on Lancaster Mrcet It begins to look as though ladies' would overtake him ere ho reached purses of tine woven gold nro to tnako and will Uep constantly on hand a tail aupplyof Puro Lake Ice home, and Imviiitr a scolding wife and wishing to avoid trouble with her, he re- - their mark soon. At (i per iitu'hteil the conductor to stop tho train Popular among scarf pin wearers is a In quantities over fm pounds. Now it the time to which was done, and he cot oil and hoof-- 1 Miiall trold knifo cdiro hnml scrtho set make engagements fur the seaum & HAMPTON. ed it the ret of the way, arriving ''oniol witi, tinv oearls. some minutes in advance of tho train. The newest hat pins havo heads of Rails, Shingles and Shoes For Sale, transparent amber and carved to repreKiitrrpri sent nstiaraguB. Ten Thousand Flat Rails acd 10,000 Poplar Some of tho newest gold glove button-e- Shingles. are lionutifkd with incrusted gold I have on hand Men's, Women's Misses' and Children Shots, madr hv Altr E'n.un.ui - r crutch bundles. aud Mundellv, which I will fell at the very lowest A gold disk completely covered with r'ri1e,. ' have ,,ul,'t them and they must be sold My stock complete and who want small turquoises makes n tasty and inex- barKtilns can get isthem by railing-- thocmean busi- W. C IIAII.KY, Turnersville. pensive scarfpin. A Hrfect imitation of alligator skin in silver is what is being utilized for riders, Horsemen and men ol the counties ing whip handles. of Marion llovle, l.medn, irraril an,t Wfi.liinfr. ( j pln-tinu- m Kider W. I,. Wlllinins preached nt W, (J. Coulter's lHt week. Tho millinery luiHiiicnH bcciiis to bo tho livelloHt trade jitHt now. John I. Morton A Co. j to hnvo 11 run on their little book on tho Ijiwh of ' Civil Government. Almost every teach-- 1 or Iiiih n copy of it. l'rof. A. 1). Noel opened n normal school here last Monday (or tho training of tcacherrt for tho ordeal that awaits them on thu first Friday in July. Tho locusts aro here and tho doleful cry of'Tharoah" is heard cominj; from' every hush, numbers aro seen qOyai JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, PROPRIETOR Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day and night Trains are met by Polite Porters ot this Popular IIous f. ai First-clats 07-t- A (i CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, i 4 j JI "A C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, STANFORD, KY. Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished at 30 'ARMS'3 m I factory prices. ltro POWDER Absolutely Puro NOTICE 1 have secured the services ot a competent Car. page Maker and am prepared to do any and all kinds of repairing to tluggics, Carriages, Ac. Work entrusted to me will have my personal All work guaranteed. Prices reason-1- VVM. DAUGHERTY. ti-t-t. Attention, Coal Burners. jKe.epn h..nd No- quUitv of Jelhco, Lily and A ut Coal in my yard. Leave your orders at ard or S. S Myers" store aud they will be attended to promptly. J. I). HIGGINS, 6 Starford, Ky. - t LOUIS SOHLEGEL, PHOTOGRAPHER, KICXIMONTJ ICY. 1' court-hous- e Photographs in all styles and sues. Pictures is India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. New design in Frames and Mat at very low prices. ia ICE! ICE! ICE! PHYSICIAN Cents S. O. DAVIS, AND SURGEON, MT. VJCKlV02f, Jv V. Pound,' Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. Special attention given to diseases of children 7?-t- f. THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BTJRNSIDE, Proprietor No Hotel in Kentucky has .1 better reputation. and Us proprietor Is determined that it shall be maintained. He has recently added to its appointments m j?- . 1 FARMERS. $100,000,000. C S2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORD-IN- Jay Gould of tho hind. I may have said something Grace (from a lioomlng town, continuing conversation) And our new cablo lino is just simply immense. You TURKISH A RUSSIAN BATHS IN MOTKI. should sec it in operation, nnd especially on tho incline steep as a toboggan chute, ye know. Kate Gracious! What would they do in case the roo would break on a downward trip? An Ainerlriin, Sure. Grace (with enthusiasm) Do? Why, Who mlviKfil her pupil to Mrengthcn A discussion arose on board nn Atlantic they'd hnvo a temporary track built for tnliidi by tho two ot Ajor'a Sar. caiiarillu, appreciated tlm truth that liner a short timo ngo as to tho citizen- - thorn to run on by tho timo they reached bodily health Is cxiontinl to mental Talk about enterprise! ship of a gentleman nt the other end of tho bottom. vigor, hor iRTfKitmif tleli'nto ami fcublo Harper's Ruzar. tho saloon. constitution, whether joutig or old, thin "He's nn nuglNhinan,n said one; "I mcillcliiii lit nynarkalily bunutlcial. Jlo lUbAS FOR DRESS. know by his head." uro J on get Ayer's Sur.siiiMirlllii. "He's n Scotchman," said another; "I Boas uro things of tho past. "Every npritig and tall 1 take a know by his complexion lxitth'N of Ajer'is rMifwparllla.Hml Tito turban Is more jiopular than ever. IIo's a German.' sa d another; "I greatly heurliieil." Mm. Jatiien JI. ota know by his beard." Kaatmim, Htoiielmiii, .Ma. lllblxms for use on Bpring hats aro all taken Tho young ladies thought ho looked n bordered. "I havtiIxMii'tll Acr'i ttamnparllla with great to my general licaltli." littlo Spanish. Hore tho conversation Short cajies havo taken tho placo of MUTlilrn I.. Cicrnr, 1'aliiiyra, Md. rested, but toon ono of them spoke: winter cloaks. "Iy daughter, twulvo years of ago, "I have it," said ehc, "ho's an Ameri- - Yellow is the color of many of tho new has bitlTori.'U fur tho past jear from can: ho's got his le on tho table." The summer gowns. Debility. Ocean. None but American ladies put on their A few weeki since, we began to givo gloves on tho street. A fiooil Timo to IJiinil Ills frnrntM'. licr Aycr'ii Harsnparilla. llfrlicUthlina Gold embroideries nro used on somo of .Mri. Harriet II. urcatly impioM'd." "Pear John," wroto the wife, "I nm Ilattlca, South Chuhnnforil, Mau, I'orry to say Willie fell out of a swing tho Caster dinner dresses. "Ahont a car ago I Ikruii ttsliifj Ayor'a Dlouses of wath surah silk will bo a yesterday and disabled hinifclf. IIo Rartiaparllla a a rumedy for tlehlllty will not bo able to use his nuns for a feature of summer toilets. and tii'iiraljjla ritiltliiK from nmln.ial Velvet ribbon has taken tho place of month so th doctor says. Ho is get-- ! rxpOHtiro in thu army. I was in a very had condition, hut nix lmtthn of tho ting along nil right, but it mnkci him moiro ribbon for trimming. (Kriislotial do.'t.t of Ayer's with ' restless to stay in doors. When you re-- ! India silks will flguro in even' well I'llla, havo crctitlj Itpjiroreil my health. turn from the city pleaso bring him supplied summer wardrobe. am now ahlu to work, and fuul that I I ennuot nav too imicli for your excellent something he can ntnuso himself with." The fashionable visiting curd is almost 1". reinrillfn." A. I'lnkham, 80 th "Willie," said tho father, kindly, ns a square picco of pasteboard. Moluni'itx, Mt. ho patted tho littlo lioy conrolingly on "My daughter, nlxtoen years old, is Square cornered zouavo jackets are betho head tho next day. "1 havo brought unlnc Ayor'n Haratiarilla with good coming to all slender figures. you that drum I promised you a year or Ituv. B. .1. (rahatn, United Gray, fawn and drab nro tho colors in Ilrttlirrii Chttrdi, lluckhannou,'V.Va. two ago you should have somo time." favor for spring walking dresses. "I sufTorod from Chicago Tribune. Hiding and driving gloves for ladles nro short and havo only one button. Sarcastic. with lame' back and headache, and havo Husband (after some words with his White, green and rose are the most by thu uko of Ayer's boon ni" , wife) Well, let us drop it. I don't care fashionable colors for evening toilets. I nut now h'.l jeats Sanap'i u wi that my present health and n r to say any more about it. And licsidcs, Embroidered collars and cuds should d life are duo to thu uso o( and pri.ii I liko to tall; to ti sensible person when lie made separate from summer dresses. S.i upaulla." Aver' I.ttey Mollltt, I'm talking. lviHiti'iy, .inn. Thoso ladies to whom the style Is Wife (with a sarcastic laugh) You Mrs. Ann If. PaniKworlh, a lady 71) are wearing their hair low again. don't always do it, then. .if. IP old. .1''. WiHMlstock, Vt., writes: "After iiMi.il weekH Ktifferinir from Four buttoned kid gloves with heavy Husband I don't? ncrvoiiH pt tiutlon, I procured a hottlo Wife No; I sometimes hear you talk- stitching on tho back nro worn lor walkof Ayer'H .Sitflaput.lla, and heforo I ing. ing to youirclf. Hobton Courier. had taken half of It my ukucI health Parasols with long handles will bo returned." inoro generally worn than they were last iiss Augusta Wolf committed sui- year. rUBPAUBU BV Largo studs or conspicuous jewelry of cide at Louisville hy taking "rough on Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Matt. any kind nro not worn by gentlemen of rats." She was despondent over tho taste, rrlcel; alt bottlta.ls. Worth 1 a bottl. death of her mother. Easter gifts havo become almost ns Amanda Hardin and Ann Cunonee, much of an institution ns Christmas both colored, quarreled over the division presents. MARVELOUS of somo soft soap nt Uussolvillo and the Smockek ginghams will mnke somo of former was killed by the latter. tho favorlto morning dresses for tho m a summer. Thero have been more chickens deWhite nnd gold brocaded silk parasols stroyed by cholera since the war than will bo much used for hotel piazzas and thuru wc.ro men killed during tho war, Gnnter's chicken cholera cure will soon carriages. DISCOVERY. Very llnely plaited lisse, silk, muslin Only flranlae Syafe-- ofM esncr7 TmlnlBuj. stop that. It is Bold and warranted hy 2t Mcltoberta A Stagg. and lace about tlvo inches wide are used Voor llankaj Learned la aae reavdJac Mind WMderUc cared. as collars. cuiTs and jabots. Every child and admit greatly beneStted. Why Is It Oreat Inducom.nU to Oon.poodno Olm.s. The empiro style of dress round That people linger along- always complaining waist, full sleeves Pnpeota, rrlth oploloos of pr..VM. A, II and slightly draped opcouuimn hidiiiw inn, tnu about that continual tired leellngt One bottle of lianlel crreairii Yaossjaaeii, uwmi skirt has not lost its popularity, New Hrggs Blood Puriflrr and Blood Maker will enr., MUtoroisna Irl ard Prttrtar. U Bejaotig, tirely remove this loellng, give them a good appetite York Press. P, Ijoais. Y. V. Aslur. Jadtre HbD, post f by digestion. A. R. Penny, Druggist. BrroaBsrin(lith.r!, loiSKTTK. sSlVink Are.. K. Y. aud regulate TO ROOMS. The Teacher r Philanthropist Well, sir. I havo a proposition to tnako that will enable you todisK)M of Kimeof your surplus wealth and at tho same time mnko yourself a public lx'itefactor. Join me in founding n great religious daily in New York. Jay Gould (recoiling in horror) Do you want to bankrupt mo utterly? Chicago Tribune. ' tli-I- j ' num-ler- M ' ton will In gentlemen's ringnthe belcher shank, terest tofind all the new. relating to matters of in. them In richly chased, with a ruby center, has the leading Np the A D V 0(JA mil of Central Kentucky, issued lue'dayand Friday of somewhat the call. each week, $a per jcar. Send 50 cent and try it The latest oddity in finger ring settings for three month Addres II. G. liosle, Business ,s consists of half a dozen bluo whitostoncs Manager, Danville, Ky. set perpendicularly. Two bars set all around with opals nnd diamonds alternate ly form a bracelet of MT. VERNON, KY. a pleasing character. This old and Hotel is still maintain Imitation whisk brooms on a small tng nne reputation. Charges reasonable. Spescale, of fine vnriogatetl gold, nro tho cial its attention to the traveling public coming queen chain pendants. M. P. NEWCOMB, Prop., Hammered gold links in grotesquo JSj-Mt. Vernon, Ky. patterns nro richly set with gems and nro considered quito stylish. H. M'ROBEIiTS, M. D., Tho fashion of wearing tho scarfpin in tho extreme corner of tho scarf is beSTANFORD, KY. ing revived with a vengeance. Somo beautiful champagne pitchers 0fr'ce " Lancaster Street, opposite to aro. .of cut glass of various tints, with "a.Tini Ills profession, p'acf from Liberty, .t... . . . . .. ih. nn..iinn r puh lie to the fact that he will be ready at nil hours ncllly CtiaSCll 6llver mountings. culls or country, Anion" tinner wiiui cccuuncilies IS iWj ?T years ofhis lite were in town Stanford Thirty niht0,an" spent in am a metal bass viol straddled by a boy he deems it unnecessary to mul d hinh, 11,., . a physician and surgeon. A share of the drawing tho bow across tho strings. the people of Stanford and vicinity is asked Tho newest fad in scarfpins is a pyra- byjini. mid of solid Roman gold with several small diamonds hooked ou to the sur- Pool and liillinrd Parlors AFirst-plas- s Livory Stable NEWCOMB well-kno- To accommoda e the demands of his increased transient patronage. Best Turnouts furnished Commercial 'Iravelcr and mher HOTEL. - q n H 0. 4 J. T. STJTTOIT 111 t dfc CO., '! Court-Hou- se HUSTONVILLE, KY. Are still in the business and ready to do any thing the Undertaking line. We have a full stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes of every description Our hearse, which is nearly new can be obtained on short notice Mr J. II, Green has charge of our business and will show our goods to any one needing anything in our line. 64-- tf I patron-agef 63-t- General face. Newlv imported specimens of carved Ivory bear on their Mirfaco groups of traveling nctors, full Of life andexprCS- 8on- - SAFE'S WEIiL. i Ounklen'8 Arilica Salve. The best saivc 1.1 the world for tics, bruises, sores u'Cers, s.tlt rheum, fever ores,tettcr,clup' I"1' ial"',i cliilblniii. corns and all skin erup cure tions and ed. It is Kiiir.inti'il to piles, or no pay requir- j I'rtcn 5 cents per box. or money rctunded ForMleby A. R. Penny, Stanford, Kv. giw perfect atisf.ienon, Board from June 1 to July ,, per week $ co Cottage Rent from June j to July 1, per week 3 50 Hoard per week after July 1 .. 6 00 Cottage Kent pereek after July 1 j 50 Miigle Meal So . .. ... 1. nrt "v, "; '"'I ' wres j 00 Lverybodyl car Ji illy invit'd to visit us early in the season and get advantage of the reduced A. L. SPOONAMORK, P O. Address, Stanford, Ky. 'f CS011 Opens June I, '89. mt&jzs2z n viftk. ' r.0fcut xoib vi XJQsSito UA'CREAM TIIIS VU '.afar Asw W " aLrf aT"s. aWF aTTak nw-et-nz- i? I ...! ..... A few applications will render the most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and white. Viola Cream Is not a paint or powdertocoverdefects, but areracdy to cute. It is superior to all other preparations, and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At druggists or mailed for B0 cents. Prepared by ples, Tan. c 'icutA Tb'VSSfK-aa- V-r - 'asssssaaaaaa- c ioa. a, prcparation.without inmrir raninTna Llver-Molon. Black-Hoad- Sunburn and Pim Discovery. ' Another wonderful discos err lias been made A Woman's , Nervous Prostration, of'a-re. and tlmt too by a lady in this county. Disease ROWLAND, KY., fastened ill. clutches upon her aud for sesen years Dealer In she withstood its so crest tcsti, but licr s.tal ir Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps galls cr undermined m.d death seemed imminent. I'or tlnee months she coughed incessantly Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, Queens-warmid could not sleep. She imuglit ot us a bottle 0 Imware, Furniture and a Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption and was so much relieved on taking the first dose that Lino she slept all night, and with one tottle she hjs Mrs. Lu. Fancy Candle, Canned Goosh, fie. been miraculously cured Her name is , ther Lutr ' Thu write W C Hamrick .V Co , of All .inU of Produce taken in e. hange lor good. She by, N C. Oct a tree trial bottle at A. It. Penny's drug store. e, J, jh:. siiXjToisr General G. C. J3ITTTV1DR & CO., TOLEDO, OHIO. & For Salt at McRoberts Stagg's, Stanford, Ky. mm 13 M w d l& of Crocorlos, yf Cholera Cure! w nMP.tfFN ft JUj. -- Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Eupcpsy. This is what ou ought to base, in fact, you must have it to fully enjoy life Thousands aro searching for it daily, and mourning because they upon thousands of dol Mud it not. Thousand lars arc spent annually by our people in the hope tney 1n.1v attain ms noon, rtno yet 11 may that We guarantee that Flectnc Bitbe had by all ters, if used according to directions and the use persisted in, will btmg you Good Digestion nnd oust the Demon Dyspepsia ami install instead Uupcpsy We commend Klectric Ilitltrs forDvs. Stomach all diseases nci.t andSold at and of Liver,bottle by Aand, $1 per R Kidnevs. 50c Penny's drugstore POSTED. ia This nonce forewarns hunter, risherinen and othv.r not to trepxs on our Ian is without mission, a all such will be prosecuted to the est extent I Signed: GEO. D. IIOPPKR. J..M. McR011EinS,JR. M.S. IIAUGHMAN, ROUT McAMS'lKR, J,K BRUCE S. H SHANKS. S.H. BALIGHMAN. MRS. HENRY IIAUGHMAN, A M FELAND E.T PENCE. JOHN W HOLMES. A J II AY DEN, C. PARIIISH, D. V. HOLMES. ot me T.J HILL, MEMORY sruna-iiraoa m - You Cannot Afford At this season of the year to be without a good reliable diarrhoea I aham in the house, as cramps, colic, diarrhoea nnd all Inflammation of the stom- On Dwellings, Household Furniture, Stores, Merchandise, , apply ,to the old ach anil bowels ate exceedingly dangerou If not at once, Ono bottle of Beggs" Diarattended to Pennsylvania Insurance Co. rhoea Balsam will do more good in cases of the guarLightning clauses attached and damage paid kind than any other medicine on earth. We whether fire ensues or not. antee It. A. R. Penny, Druggist GEO, It BRUCE, Agent. 17 The Pride of Woman. A clear pearly and transparent skin is always a sign of pure blood, and all persons troubled with With dark, izreasv. vellow or blotched akin can rest as- sured that their blood is out of order. A few doses ' rp i T3C NT & IN IT of Beggs' Hlood Purifier & Blood Maker will re- move the cause and the akin will become clearand 1 antifarliirsrt nt Vina ? Jr1i1laat iml Ifarnaie 1m transparent. Try It, and If satisfaction Is not given every style and finish known to the trade. Race it will cost you nothing-- . It it fully warranted. A and Trottine Kauiuments a. specialty. i R. Penny, Druggist, no. sjllast Main Street. :XINGTON,Kj. A-- Established 1825. FOB, INSTjiRAITCE Fire J! SiMrl--ty- - - J' ho hit-ken- s us an ds of dollars worth ol die every year from Choi "'SiJSF-- ' I H. B. WILSON, ! O InUJVl iKJ rr BOYD, J It is more fatal to chickens than ther diseases combined. B.it the liscovery of n rciueay iuai fotitivrij irvs it has been made, and to bv.coii-inccof its efficacy only reiuirtK. ".. tii.il . bottle is nefgh iv.j li iiidrcd chickens. It is gnai. .iiit.-ei- i If, after tiiiu,; t,f t i)o: tlf. the buyer is not thoioughiv .irUficd with it as a cure for Chicken '"holm, return it to the undei signed Hid wiiir mnticv will be refunded so-ten- fi -- two-tuirt'.- s For by isle McRoUru A Sugg, Stanford - M'ftlM,,1 M.- . i - "v - . Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal akoy-- s jeannie. B Publlebod Evory Tuesday and Friday WWhen not o paid $2.60 will be charged,- - K.C. at 4:30 p. m. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. rattle. IIo wns seated facing tno, crlaled and grny, ollJi l)l,t erect and IIo s 11 1 woll forwnrd, ns though to inulto room for accoutre ments, tho polsoof hard-tlcslie- East from tho frontier, fast ns tho express traiu could wero speeding d. tils hciul uiul body, 111 sinewy hand over , t a 31 p m Mail train going North , " ' ' South 131pm his clean - sliavcn m Express train " South 57P Up whero tho inus- " North " 377 am Local Freight North 030 am toclio ought to have been, told mo at once South. J55P m of tho "old snbor." The latter trains also carry passengers. Several times I caught bis cyo closely The above is calculated on standard time. Solar scanning mo; tit last, with hand to foretime is about 10 minutes faster head, In quick salute, ho spoke: 'Beg; pardou, sir; but ur'nt you In tho tho passing of s . . , thero stood my Liftinint Foster. "'My wife now, us sho wns my wife tho night von drove her from you," said ho, putting his strong arm about her. " I saw It nil then, my pride, my temper, my dishonest suspicion, had made me blind to tho truth that I could havo learned at any time. All thur. saved mo from dropping to Ihe iloor or turning like u coward aad bolting, was 11 little grusp ubout my knees und ullttlavoleo saying: 'Kiss me, grau'papu.' "I looked down, and there was my darling, my Jeannio herself, a child again. "Wo talked, ood forgivo us, without over recoid 34 with 15 in 3 30 chiss and 39 in 2 3$ class. ab.iclr. First dam by Hourbon Chief, the sire of Calnur '"Oh, I'm golne going away,' said he, thinking of the poor mother at homo until by Little Arthur, thoroughbred. 3 3iU;addain kind of confused like. 'I sent in my resig- Jeannio begged to bo taken to her; then wo V111 make the season of '69 at his home,"Maples,' nation some time ago, but wo kept It quiet, went, babby und all, fast as u carriage Tho acceptance nnd ordor has jURt come, could roll. "I left the two on the staircuso while und now I'm off. Remember mo always and went into our poor place. Arthur Sims has proved himself to le a superb kindly, sergeant,' and ho was gone. breeder. Call and see his colts at his home "Well, that upset mo entirely and I went "'Is that you, Bernard I' says tho wifo WYANDOTTE, Standard No. 5336, by Metro, to my quarters, wondering how Jeannio from tho bedroom ; 'I hopo you had good politan, one of the best bred sons ol Kytdyk's would liko that news, for it was her regular luck I wus tired waiting. Your supper's Hambletonian, having tor his dam Hyacinth, by evening to como to us. behind tho stove; I got liver und onions for Volunteer; 3d dam Clara the dam of Dexter a 17; "So when 1 walked In and slammed tho u treat for you.' and Dictator, the sire of Director 3 17. I'hullas " 'Divil fly away with your liver and a 10. a 13U, and First dam Lady door, I looked for her, but no Jeannio there Welsh by William Welsh, the sire 01 Prince Impe- 'Where's tho girl!' I said to the wife. onions, Mrs. Darcy P says I. 'Como out rial 2 33& and Jeremiah 2 ti)i; ad dnm an iuhred 'How's I to know,1 says she, 'she'll be hero of thnt nnd seo tho treat I havo hero in mv "Wagoner mare, Ac. This grand )ouug colt con presently I've no doubt. There's your sup- - j arms for you,' says I. tains 43 per cent, of the old horse Kysdyks "But Jcanuio wus pastmoandlu tho moth No. 10, the founder of the greatest trot, ting family the world has ever known, courting er's arms beforo the words wero all out of through his veins from 4 diflcrent channels name- my mouth, und tho crying und hugging and iy,jyBuvK iiamuicioiiiau, volunteer, .Mciropoit kissing mndo them nigh us big lunatics as I tan and William Welsh. Limited to is Minroved mares rot further in. were just then myself. formation or cards address "Wo talked all of that blessed night, tho T. A KLKIN, IS little Jeannio sleeping in tho arms of her Lancaster, Ky. ould granduddy. Tho Liftinint had married my girl boforo bringing her to ask our consent. When I drovo her from mo they wont to Europe so sho could bo educated to do credit to his people. When they met her Standard and Registered Rule 6. they fell In love with her. Who wouldn't "Bo It was settled thnt I was to turn Brother in blood to King Philiu record atij. farmer near their country place. 'May bo.' Chestnut horse. . icV. hands, foaled IEB3 : ureu -.. '. says I, 'you young neoplo want nllttlo mall oy jonn j. citrus, r a) atte county, .j Ky. chun'go,' suye 1; 'there's a tnilo of live SIRED 11Y MAMHKINO KING, 1279 thousand dollar or to in tho bank that I'vo been saving up for somebody theso years istdam Miss Patchen byMamhrino I'atchen, 8. past. ad dam by Delmonico, sire of Darby, 7 i6., 3d damby Austerlitr. "'Oh, you proud, stubborn old duddy,' Mambrino King is pronounced the hrndsomest sobbed my girl 'and you wouldn't touch in the world and is the sire of Amy King, horse our monoy, thinking what you did of me, 2 tilt; Henrietta 3 ajtf : Mocking llird 2 Llyria 3 ajM; Lady MacJasK and King Philip even if you utarved. I might havo known 3 iW. ; he the sire of Lexington 3 it It.' iiiamuuno raiciien, sire 01 tne dam of Kin; "'Whist, darling 1' says I, 'It's till right "I'M XO TATUEU OF TOL'118." Curtis, is full biother to Lady Ihorne 1 V& and now, anyway ' And so It Is, sir. Tho wife aire of London 3 jo4; Katie Middleton 2 3y, Mambrino Kate 2 21: has 16 in joint, and is un- - per, says nho, 'llvor and onions, thnt yo're nnd I aro on tho lino place bought witlt their surpassed as a site of producing uams so fond of trormondlzln'.' money, nnd we're not too proud to bo bo- King Curtis will make the season of tSfo at my '"Divil fly nway with yor liver uu' onions, holden to them, though thoy don't think of farm on the Stanford and Milledgeville pike at Mrs.Ditrey.'snysI; 'I want my daughter or sucha thing; und the youngstors-thor- e's says I. know where more of them $15 Insuro a Live Colt. I want to your supper, sho is,' nnd don't ba ' dier grandad." now boast of their old sol- ,l,Ato man, Good pasture at $1 per month, but will not be recursin' me, for I won't stnnd it from you,' We wero near the city by this time. I sponsible for accidents or escapes. nays the wife; hIio's u proper hot temper of brought out my flask. "Will you join me, A W. CARI'KNTKR. 10 her own, Mr. 'Snro Jeannio can't be always sergeantl" I usked. on your couutulls, sho'll bo here boforo your be proud and happy to some other good humor comes Vack, I'm thlnklu',' says time, sir," ho replied; "but I'm going to she. meet tliem; thoro's u flue boy, sir, to bo "Well, I couldn't tnko no satisfaction christened Darey Foster; tho old grand-ou- t my supper, und . better no mother can't como. but I had to. and I'd of mnn evur imit, I lit my nlpo una stonnca rather havo tho kisses of my chlldron with out to behind tho stable. Soon I saw a out any dilutiu'. You'll oxcuso mo this enrringo drivo up, very qulot, und it win timo. I'm suro." my Juannlc, In silks and natltiM, nnd with As I sprang from tho cars I spied tho old -her was Liftinint Foster. I stood pctrltled soldier In tho midst of a rinj,' of happy, to tho spot whllo I sr.o her slip out and mako noisy youngsterb, with u noble uiuu trying her way to our door and ojion it. to control their overwhelming welcome to "Then I followed and found the child on their grandfather, und I breathed low: "God her knees before hor crying mother. I'tn.a bless Bcrgcnnt Durcy's Jcnnnle nnd all I'll vilo tenpercd mini, and onrnlsonable to tha blessed by her Ioyo. Hi . .V JR . A X I fl last decree when once I ant off. 1 stepped Ai.r.x. Dl'KE Ijailik. between tho wifo und our Jeitnule. Tho poor It Didn't .Matter Much. Httlo ono tried to ipeak to me. 'Go 1' I said, Foreman (explaining tho accident to the 'go with tbo man who has deceived me and you. Go I boforo I curse you I Uol boforo I owner of the building) Unrney was forgot that I am a man, soldier, and strike workin' ou tho roof, bir, und ho slipped and fell tho whole four stories, bringing tho you.' "God knows I must havo looked as crazy cornice down with him, sir, und breaking LEXINGTOJvT.KY. as I was at that moment, lno who was both bis legs and half his ribs, fjl aJliS Owner 01), well, never mind. I intended frightened to doath of mo and tho child just gave me one long, loving look, sighed out . that cornice to como down unywuy. N. Y. some little word I could not hear and went Sun. out, away from us, from her home and paArtists tnuy not be awuro of the fart, bat rents, but sot out of our hearts. bens aro tho best yet dlcoverat !:tt.:-AKi:over-pleasa- Artb.ur Sizns, 3041, "Proud to know that It ain't rubbed off - .;iilnu for Throat nnd Lung Difli- yet, sir. I could tell .you from your set up tho moment I clapped eyes on you." '..If.-- i lin long boon, nnd still U, Ayrr'a ell, wo talked nnd talked, nt least no iry Pectoral. It cures Croup, did and with tliu simple honesty of tho solV, Vionlng Cough, Bronchitis, nnd dier; recognizing my Interest, he told mo .'. stJituu; soothes irritation of tho much of his life, und here's part of it: f.ruytix nnd Fnttces; strengthens tho "I 'listed when I wnsbutuboy, not twelve Vocal Organs; allays soreness of tho months from the old sod, sir, and boy unit Lungs; prevents Consumption, and, man I ato Uncle Sam's rations und burnt even in advanced stages of that disease, ' his powder for nigh forty year. relieves Coughing nnd induces Sleep. "Wounded ! Oh, yes I Oft nnd on I'd get Thero Is no pther preparation for disor aback, but all that goos with the eases of the throat and lungs to bo comfun you have; and suro it's part of the trade, pared with this remedy. uln'titl I was a wild slip of n boy nt first, "My wife had a distressing cough, but I married young, as good luck 'd have with pnis in the side.and breast. We it, and married well, u better soldier's wife tiiull- various medicines, but nono did never stepped than tho girl I won. She her Any good until I got a bottlo of kept mo up to tho mark, sir, and m.ido all Aycr.'s Cherry Pectoral, which has cured tho man that was In me toll for all it was her. A neighbor, Mrs. Glenn, had the worth, and it's mo that's proud to say that measles, and tho couch was relieved by there aro few officers, high or low, of tho tho use of Ay.or's Cherry Pectoral. I have no hesitation in recommending this old army, that ain't glad to glvo the good word and honest grip to First Sergeuut llernnrd Darey of the ould dragoons. Because to every one afflicted." Robert Horton, ' "Why did I leave the sarvlco! again to mo heart was broke, and li broke Foreman Headlight, Morrillton, Ark. nllllcted ''I have been Last springwith asthma carry the coat sleevo without tho stripes. But I'll tell you of it, for forty years. I was taken "It was just after tho war.in cough, which threatened with a violent Barracks. Tho we wero quartered at to tenhinato tny days. Every ono wife and Jeuunie, that's our daughter, sir, mo in consumption. I deter-nlnLad como to join tho command again; they to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I r "iTei-twero magical. I was lintnedl-- . had left when wo took tho ticld, Jcannio v nnd continued to imnrovo was then just snort fourteen; but my I Joel Uullard, i' :'i. fiiliroly recovered." rvhen sho came back, sho was that of a n.ilifon!, Conn. beauty and a lady that, faith! sho took tho Six months ngo I had a severe breath out mo mouth. of tin) lungs, brought on by an "Wo had lino accomodations at the barluces-Hi- lt cough which deprived me of racks, for tho wife und tnyaolf were favorsleep and rst. I tried various remeites, and yet I misdoubted that It was tha dies, but obtained no relief until I n right placo for such a dlamund jewel as our to toko Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. A girl. So when with her Independent spirit lev bottles of this medlrinn cured mo." Mr. E. Cobitrn, lit Second St., Lowell, sho wouid go Into the city to learn tho Main. dressmaking, I forced my sol f to give con" K"r ohildren adlleted with colds, sent. But off und on, two or throo times a , o. ".t'is, s.ite or rrnnn. I do not week, nd always of a Sunday, tho darling In i'f iNiy lomcily which will give was with us. iy reii ! than Ayer's Cherry "There was one Liftiniutlu our troop thnt I Imvo fiiiind it, alo, liivulu- I I. I hud learned to luvo us a sen ; brave and 11 i( Whooping Cough." ch over true a .'. lw;n . li7 Washington street, saddle. lad1 ho was oriut bought threw leg over I knew, that ho know, n, Mux. was all good, yet I could not but worry when I found him making chances nnd exG!i3fiy h1 cuses to see ourJeaunie, und watched tho faco of my girl when he carao near her. i nv His peoplo were millionaires and aristocrats, und what could be between the son of Dr. j. c. Ayo- - U. Co., Mass. flucli and an old sergeant's daughter! rild by ni. 1); ' rani Price $1; six bottlo, fi "There cumo ono day, In tlio evening, when I were looking about in tho stables, und In not an humor, when up comes tho Liftinint, holding out his hand to mo. Charles Foster his name was. In a hurry, -- AND"I must bid you good-by- o Sergeant Darcy,' says he, 'I want to catch tho train In tho city.' "'And whero might I ask would you bo Arthur Sims, Standard No. 3041; by Gen. Knox, goiugof tho suddlnt, sir?' said I, takon all - lie Favonte service;!" 1 replied that I bad that honor, and further said that I recognized tho soldier in him. ''Twas a hard lifo I led and led others them times. I swore I'd kill tho tlrst man that mentioned my disgrace to me, and I'd I couldn't Uvo with tho reminders about mo, and I asked for my dlschargo and got It. "An ould soldW worth nothing out of tho sarvlco nnd without discipline. I kept tho upper hnud of the wife then, nnd sho was good ns ever to mo and fir moro than patient, for we came to scant living thoso days in tho city whoro 1 hid tny faco and shame. On our birthdays and on Christmas used to come letters with money In thorn, n full thousand dollars each year In all ; they came from foreign parts. I'd open them, bank tho money und burn tho letters, without over reading n lino ofthom; It M nigh kill mo to do it, but I were that stubborn. "Fivo yeurs that went on, nnd us poorer every day, when ono evening I comes homo and the wtfo says to mo: 'Dress yorself In your best nnd go ntonco to tho C'outinentlc,' snys sho; 'you've been sent for twice In this hour,' says she. " 'Who Is it and what Is UP says 1. '"Never n ono of mo knows,' hays she. You go and Hud out.' " 'May bo it's the railroad job,' says I, for you seo I was trying to get signal man on tho new lino. "So up I goes to tho hotel, nnd marches to tho clerk, lold us u sheep. 'My nnmo's Bernard Darcy,' says L 'There's some ono here's been sending for mo.' " With that he touches n bell, and bo tells tho black man: 'Tnko this gentleman to Parlor II, says ha "Gentleman I says I to myself, ns I follows the darkey up tho marblo stairs. 'Parlor BI' says I; 'sot you up, Sorgcant Darcy! may bo It's president of tho road they'll Do muking you.' I was joking myself to quiet my tinrves, you see. " Well, In I goes to Parjor B, and wns there for n minute ulonc, admiring tho tfcio -- I 31. F. Brluklcy Is a Candidate (or Clerk of tho Court ol Appeals-subjeto th action of the democratic party. Elcc tion August, iE,o. THE STANDAKD.imr.D STAM.ION, OJESAR! sea-so1 BELMONT CHIEF, 8689, TRIAL, 3:31 V4 llteglstcred at Hob I. Ink 1-- 4, Thin fine Jack, 3 years old, black with white Sired by the great llelmunt. sire of Kutwi od. 1 iS ; Wedgwood, lg ; Viling, t 'jnVi, and IS others points, 15 hands high, will male tho ptvent In the list. Mis ons hae smd 3oln the 4:30 list His daughters have produced 11 In the 10 nt our stables. mile nntth of Milledgeville oil list. 1:30 the Danville und Ittistonville pike, Mrst Dam, llcltie Kilikead, bv Contractor, Insi, the sire of Dr. Wct. Mt!i'. Second dam. full sis monrnc, 1 jo; oyjim .iiiinruc oil. ine aire ui uuiy .Monroe, t:iM',; ; .Monroe Ulster, J icr iu At $10 to Insuro a Living Colt. Kittie Hates, a 19 and 9 uincra In the J .Jo 1111. Third dam by iiuvail s ale mbrlno. Fourth dam by i. ib-- Parting with marutuak thesrason due. C.rsar was sired by Duller, he by Mutts, Imported from Spain, lie tins proved himself a sure foal getter WKKSHT. IE Milledgi'villr, Ky. 15 horougliDrvu. Ilclmont Chief 1 ubaynnd weighs i,tfmpiindi, in 18, bred b v t. I. Mldv ay. Ky. llelmunt thief in appearance is cty much Ilk his sire, lit ttottd a mile at Decatur. M11I1 in l8tg In 1.11 U. Lontidenni: the concentration of neeilv blood, sitr. tv e. shaneand imiiinir urii..n the utmost confidence in the result to be obuinti! by breeding to him. Ills first colts will lie' devel. oped for speed, thus making an early allowing of his excellent qualities and bring hit iolt mt pr'.ini 1 latd Cor, II.... Ul'UlC MESSENGER. hand high, three yearn old this Hay horse, spring, full brother to Maud Messenger a i6)(, will make the eon of tSSj at Chatlrs Dunn's, mih' Irotn Manford, on the Kuih llramh pike 1 Hooks full for the season of 1HK9. J P. CROW, McKlnney, Ky ui VTDETTE. JH., dark bay, S bands high and by Viilrttc. First dam by Sir by Imp. Whip; td dam b) Charlie Whip, make the season of 119 at my stable one will milr from Stanford on the lliislunville pike tine style. AflBilTTOlNSUREMMFlHT'OAC BREECHLOADER (5al-lat- in ! "'"-''- Money due as noon ns tbo fact is ascertained or Foaled 18S0, a " Sired CHARLKS IIUNM. hi- - '"Ill" thoroughbred will make the season of iRf at the Georgei Kusaell farm, on the Danville and llustotiville pike, near Mtllcdj;eville, at Ed. Barlow, 2375. SfANDAKD RULK 6. SBIO At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. llatvk,hcby I to Insuro a Living Colt, "l Cough Medicine 8ixty-slx,un- d Danville IIKKKCHI.OADKIl, bay, foaled in i8o lly Imp. lllllct, i$o. a;J) J K lARItlS. 17 dam Nelie Viley, (grand dam of llinelte) by bv a Mambnno horse Hob Johnson by Mambnuo Messenger 1 dam Mary Churchill by Alci Churchill 3rd dam i dam by Imp Marcravc (Brand dam of King Alfonso CASTKI.AK, tool, by Volunteer, 35. aire ef St by 4 dam Mistletoe by Cherokee Julicna itW. etc; tstdam ,Miss Nodine, ells' Ham3 dam lllack eyed Susan by Titer. htr, mond, son of Potter's Clay; id dnm afl by 6 dam by Albeit. dam of Artillery 1 aiK, and Modesty Dark brown horse, A years old, white hind loot 7 dam by Algc tine American Star, 14; 3d dam by Hertrand. I dam by (rey Alfred ol WOHCKN, 3t. by Hambletonian, 10; 1st dam f. naiuls nii;n,sireua ny itarncy wiikcs, aire gS S ilkrs and Lena likes 9 dam a mate purchased in Virginia bvtapt MmCooley by Telegraph. 301; d dam the dam Champion I irst dam llelle by Mambrnno 1'ilot Jr. by llurbndce for breedlnr, but whose pcdlciea of Geo. Cooley by Friday.' Isiiowlmi; believed 10 Lc by Amerb us Kl"lf Mambrino Pilot, who ai s rears eld trutted 10 dam by Imp Monkey. a tolaand aold for Jit.ooo cash Second tlain in ED BARLOW 11 dam by Imp Medley (bv Mar Dnvis) ineitranu-tia01 r.nusinie 1 2 Mambrino Pilot, J r, by Kclfa .Mambrino met It dam by Imp Shark. StanWill stand at my stables, two miles from dam by Imp Feariiausbt by Mambrino Chief, t tral ilam by Old Cray Ka- ford, Ky., on the Knub I.11A turnpike, at IniiMried llillei.sirc nfalMse hortv and alwi.Mits cfe, id dam a last trolling mare from the North. oodford, ll.lvnlne, Ihe Lioneta, Ac , died lateIlarncv Wilkes bv (ieorce Wilkes, sire ftsln S15 to Insuro n Living Colt or $10 tho 1 so list. Harry Wilkes 1 Ac, First dam Ka ly. His set last season won lijv,o and he Boueoti. by Kotcoe, son of I'doi Jr, aire of the dam of Maud atid second m the hat of winning aires. He was s years old and his Ket wn from 1S77 10 c 10, j.T HOCKKK. It 1001, Jay-t.e- -r 6. J Pilot Wilkes will make the season of ilSgatl. )WJ,toj 50. A Woods' farm jH mile trum DavilH, on the I'asttire for nsarrs at tita,,er nwoth No re Dalit ilia and Lancaster pike, spoMfbtMty fora;cWcnts, Oil AS K. 1st dam Woburn Maid (The dam ot Carver, 1 and dam Sired by CASTELAR, 1062. by Woburn Videttc washy Yindev.ht by IIWI'k lllack unciift insurant old Imp Whip. Lplo.t roroM. er is a rit y. Vidctte wus shown is times and beaten only once with blask points, hravy inane andtail, its. ha nda lllark Stallion, 6H hands high, foaled 1M3; bred At 4 J ears old he could trot ill t 15 easy, .,111.11 A (ioldsouth, Orange county, New oik, Ills .fiin ire larire, fine and ol solid inlvr. by can U at I. S Toms' Money due September l. iS.v A lien retained on all ndu until money Is paid. Tradini tne mare ;stevc Walker! nn mmcjMKC No 4; 1 39s The well known Jaik, will make the present sm son nt the same place at $0 loinsutc a living coll PILOT WILKES. V m 1 ' 1 1 ii, s 2:34. Wilkes! $12 to Insure a Living Colt. Ill-L- sire of Sulli Vugen 1 lUy i'H hands high Standard; Velum A. T. R. 101I7 ) VIII, hem-irv'.iii- rn it WELL, THAT fWCT ME E.NTIKCLY." bv-ge- tlir-wt- - 1 curtains und the like, when I hears tho swish of 11 woinun'ft dress to the sido of mo. I faced about lusuinter. "TUcrostoodJeunnie, our Joannle, only moro bcaurlful, moro sweet than over, with tho tears in her grand oycslooklug tho lovo her tonguo couldn't spenk. "I stepped buck. 'Oh daddy! daddy I' sho cried, just like when ho wore a little baby. "Daddy! don't drive mo from you ugnlnl" ar's Pqciorei, father of yours, your no daughter of mine, you lire ' "My wlfel" said a man't clear voice, right behind me. I turned tny head und no "I'm Wyandott, 552G. S1RKD MV LYLK WII.KKS465S, lly Gaorge Wilkes jj, aire of 61 in 2 ju or better dam Flora by Skcstaddlt' (lharotighbrtd. s dam Medley by 014 Wascv. by llatthan?, am- er. dam by Shcltotra Telegraph. j dam by Frank ttwoughbrcd ) 4 Danvillh Wllko has Marled In fivo rncea, won three of them in straight lipsita a an) third money in Cay stalliew. 16 hands bub, Itaaled April 14, itM. fourth, I Inn v illc Wilkes is aim the fust and only grand-ao- ii His first Uiii by liray ljifle; Id dam by Arc ot Ucorgc Wilkes ihut lias produced ue In He was siresl by MeaseMM Chief, Jr , by j jo or btlir. Danvillit has two Htore of hia get Chief, aire of Maud Mr"eaisar, 1 lH ; tat that are now in training aad, barring aceidriiu, ; will make records of t jd or better, txniidcs, I am dam Jennie by Llmo, td itan by Mambrii will lower Chief. Jd dam i on fill en t thatto Danville Wilkrbeen tlmt-- hia Utd imp. ."apMc-oH-; by Marabrin imHpesi. 4th tUsa b) oan uin o (be 2 $. He has of 3 344 ;tn um vy amlf In tl rare In t Tlstr; 7th dam bv Darnaby's Dwfnede: Ith dam Danville-Wilkchas proven himself a fine breed by Cannon's Whip: yb dam by Shlpp's ParaiMi. er and is sure tu produce, trotters and parlies can MserKr Chief was aired by Abdaliah V1I01; sl iliia b 1st dim by Mambrino MesaeiiKrt; have a chance to get his produce now tor a vr Mumhrlnu Ckief. Ac He slrad .Matsd MHMsti, low pruc , Msn.lac Marvel reLord iK; Abel t iv;,and isiH. Koiirrt. 11, record Jjs.trul a Living Colt. other fast $25 to Abttaltah Pilot was Ited by Ale lander's A tidal The best ot care taken with mates and grass at lah; at dam lllalidina by Maiill.lino Chief lie the usual rate, but not responsible for accident aired I'ickard j ilk. Kcd Jim and oihera ahould any occur. Alexander's Abdalkin (aun of Kyadtk'a Hans Immediately u,fler the dine of the season bletntllan. aire of Dealer i l?K) I'o ailed Wilkes will Rolntotruinlngtora taster record Maid 14; Major l.il.all a to. who In tarn Parties that are well informed know that th' sired Hobwt .Nlc(rc(ra 17, sue of llannie Mc thoroiichbred I lood must If in the trotter and Creor t if ) Ac Danville Wilkes certainly has plenty ol 11, his St Klmo, record t , vas sired by Alexander's dam demc by a thoroughbred horae, and then the Abdaliah, dam said to be tiy Imp HvllfoumUr.Ac parin,; cro he has ahould tend to producn faal the second dam of Mambrino Chief, Ihe mi-o- f and it"d race hori Chief, Jr, sired the ureal Lady Thtrne lUtivilIu Wilkra will make the season at the fair Meener Mamiirino I'alcheti, who in turn sired ilL, and W. M. ltLK. (i'ounds. Danville lxiJnn t lift,, and . others in yu and better aad also sired the dams of I iay Wilkes 2 l4j.' ltaron Wilkta t 18 aad thedamaff is 'then with rvctirds THK COMDINKI) STALLION. oft aaltnd better He will umi Ihe season of Ills) at our lively Staole in CiabOnhardal 1 Ilreeders will nwtcrve that 1'ilot Wilkes has two I'ltot, Jr. craHsa, hia grand-alt- e. Munbrtatt Pilot, leinK a brother in klood to Aralde, aire of llylaa aH, aire sfr huaie S. 18. lor furttte-- lnform.illoii lallmior addteaa J. A. Woods or S. II. Yraccr. Il JObKI'll SWOl'r- - The I'remiutn Snddle Slalh.n. Stonewall Jackson, Jr. GOVER'S MESSENGER. W ill make lb' se. ,n ol ,w, at m iUMc in 1 an carter, t.arrai.l itM.ntv , Kv . and mil I perm (led to serve mates Capper-botitw- t. Mf4iry due Mrvi r 1. rendered. Pie m n did iec.d Out si.HieK.lt la. Jr! ill. fair riHcs. coiabiaed will, il,. . .1. lu. in.ade in 11... fi' aiamp kirn aan of Ihrcrandcsi aires of ihe State To allow the estimate of his bt ceding, we have Meaata llatria base been sedd fair while a numberof civlit beloncia , other parties have sxai tor rtuiiusi.toa. Also sire of Jerri L.irit At Sio the Season, U kn, iik-or- ,. lo. Insure n. -- D.in-villi- (iuld-smit- Slollrwall Jackn. Ir.alanJk lull .a, l..n.l. l. beautiful ba color, magnificent carriage and a. . altowaln the stable Inand the fair rlnir Hew.,Militias well as he dos ,n sited by St.ne all dam llelle Jahnn. 1st by Helm'a by Meaaenger, Jr. id tarn albc Cw.k Yurkabire, ,d dam IKS Motby's race mare, byHatnhletoaun Si.,newa!l Jaiksotiby WahinEin Denmark, hr by Imp Hndgford, 1st dam liy Cruad.rb by Old Whip, Mracsir. Jr, by oHng Amttiun, isi dam by Hfilo'a Vouni; America, by Wake l'p lake, 1st dam byOld Soeeper.a vrrv last pacer VVakclp lake by D nine's Hoy Mecnter, lit Jam l. NedlV) Thus it will be seen that be has ihe Moxd necessary to makri him what he is the and aurieaaful sue nf horns for all pmpmea, I'atturafe fur nsarra at reasonable terms 1' S loll Hill stand fur the season. -- tir. taU ('" At $20 to Insure. HARRISON CHIEF, JR., $10 to Insuro a Living Colt. We will also staud our Will make the season of 1U9 at my stable betwet n in Lincoln county, Shelby Cuyand oil the Danvilloand Huttoiiwlle pike, at Ja k, We ihr underaicned hate bred to and ic-the colls of thwr-l-l known horse, Stonewall Ja. kscn, Jr'. aad li allurds us pleasure to say that he la a binder lllscwlts have given satisfaction In veiv particular a number til them have t wet) as combined animals and have won tho the show ring's I'eter T (.entry, in Oranville Cell. Chas. T. Wonhingion 1 homas D l.ngh.li Wm, Km' I HOS. II WALKI.K, Lan.aitcr S il devel-opfls- $15 to Insure n L.1 vin jj Colt Sound and all right Will not be allowed to serve mares that are not resulnr breeders. Money due when the colt comes, mare aold or transferred. A lien w ill be held on all colts until paid for. redigree -- nariiaon unici, jr, . Description and .t.iiuls tc hands 1 InLbes in heicri 1 .,1 artrr.-.,1.1 i Mi tnrincv Vis Lir tall and mane Hi is by Harrison Chief, bo by Clark Chiel. tho aire 18dam Lute, the dam ol Ilia of Lndy Thome U.inkt-- a lolf , Tho dam of Harrison Chief, J r, is by a son of Walton's Mambrino, he out of a mare by Alexander's Abdaliah, ad dam by Mmevokc), he byold LexinKton; 3d dam by Shawhan'a Tom Hill, he by Hall Slokini;; 4th dam by Davy Crock- . ett. 5th dam by llukorti, fith dnm by Wells' , , ,. . . . W. II. W ton. 01 LntniJna, Ny., soiu a I DOI. LAIC'S when iinreia parted with C. At SBVl.X 14 Blaok John, ! .V insure Sea-o- due STALLIONS FOR IS89. IMP. LONDON, Chestnut stallion, ifttf hands high, sired by the great Lnwlamter First dam llraiclct by Angelus. id dam Hrunt-ttby Codnngtun, 3d dam Miss atykeshy theCailcr, 4th dam bv ihe ColoneLAc Sec stud book for further pedigree Uwlimlci. his sire, was by Dalesman out of I.ulr by Windhouiid. he by the ever famous Pan taloon Daloaman bv Kinir fuiu. iKm mn.. .,.. (ceasful sire England haa ever produced; his tons (reat Tom, King Han and I'hacloti wrreimnori. eil 10 the U, S. and made themselves famous at sires of winners. King Tom was by Harkaway, thesirenf Irish llirdiatc Iter and r'angha llallough (sire of Leamington Dalesman's dam by Panta So lis seen that I (.nden has two close loon (.rosaca of Pantaloon and through situ runs tliroukh Lancrott, Tramp loiiclntonc, (.len .0, rtr, while through his dam he Irarrs In Orlando, Worinslcy, llirdiatcher, Ihe Caster, Sul Ian and all the Hint famous performers and sires in Kncland Louduu has bad five colts to start and three were winners his horse will stand at $20 to Insuro n living colt. e 1 II CCIUISdOVrK ' j fid f ..... l Terra Alta 9525. Lumbers 17 H and the damf Mnnie Wllki- -J so id dam Camtala by Alexander's Norman as (aire of Lulu 7 I4JJ and May Queen a 10 , 3d dam Kate nv Mil er. .,tliorouuniirt-u- .I L... nxiun, 4111 u.un (turn 1.1 t I...,. tVht... .(I, Registered; Vol. 8, W A T. A. Drown coll, IjH hands hijjh, fo.tled Mayo, iMj Sired by MET KOI'OI.ITAN U7t. First dam Lid.t II. by Lumber 17I6, jiirc ol Udy W c&m - r Cm-der- Zing Curtis, 9334. ,e- ... better price than any other alallion. Mareskeptat U 50 per rrrtnth on Krass Cae ...ble taken to prevent accidtnl .but not C I SAMlUl.h should any occur . . .lIllieuKGVIllc, .iiaii.ii v,, thltf f Wnr t. SADDl.K STALLION. S' - MnUXa brother to Iteina Vuto- loV ,trS,H)l-n,- ,, ,, full if .rl"c,on Kiiclul THU:rAXC 7: WallaceDenmark, Koaled May 1, 1E70: is a rich Mahogony bay, 15K hands hih, heavy mane and tail; is mrictly fine and fancy, Is both a natural and pleasant saddler; i.uii.i.. biecila tancy ana wnen ijuiciiy uu.cn in on both roc like a trotter llfis hijih tail stylo by thorsides to the third generation; is backed oughbreds on both aidca, makiiifj hun veryaUivc and sprightly In gait; in form and finish a perfect model. He was ured by bummer Denmark, he by Ooddard'sDinmark, he by tjalnes A Cromwell Denmark, he by the race hntie Denmark, he by His first dam was sired by Sir Imp riedireford Wallace, ho by Todhuntir'a Sir Wallace he by Sir Albert thoroughbred): d dam byMrRlnius, dam of Vidimus by Tranly, thorouhbredJ; he by the celeDrated Mason's Whlppj 3d dam a Vvhipp mare. ' fr to I I ,ijm Clara Idam ot Dexter . CONCRECAN, K, .sioru I a5W uy sccicy-Star, 3d dam MiKlnatry marc (dum of Hay horse, l hands high, by Ten llroeck 1st American dnm dam of Krlloplay and Dr.tke Carter by Shark a 7i I Lumber 1786, record a 4$, by Kricsson 130, dam Planer, id .Undue. K'llnwcrali's and Spend thrift'adam by Lexington, iddam I'lonne, by old Cunadian Pilot. 's dam by Imp. Olcnc.r. t;n to Ihe 'stud Norman as. (Alexander a by the Morsenorse, mare by Magnum llonum. Norman book lor extended pediKrco and find no richer dam Slocoin I bree of blood Go to racn.g calrndar and find the line he Queen 2 10. tired Lulu s 14)4 ""' of his tons have sired aa 3 y performers and hia comes of, both by sire and dam illumines its brightest pages with great aihicvements. He comdaughters are the dams of 6 in Ike 2 30 list. the bl od of Glencoe, lerra Alta will make the present season at my bines the latter through Ms Lexington and I'hae-Itin- , sire; Ten llroeck and static Lexington twice tliiough Krolile and Fannie a Living' Colt. llolton. Ihe dam of len llrotek and Glencoe, thrice At $10 to Insure ill Horlne, Pochahontas, etc. If the old adage Note Terra Alta made h full mile in 1 o with llial lll.Mid will lell" lagocd, thia young horse L. CROW. will prove his worth by netting proeeny that will CHAS. six weeks handling. show in front "at the finish.1' lie Is greatly in marks and form like his sire, Die famous Ten llroeck, whose 1 mile record has only been beaten by hit son, Drake Carter, a full brother to Concre-BaHeis well put up. strongly knit nnd hat the muscles and ipiartcrs of all the best descendants of Lexington and will make the season at $20 to i I7'4, ..','.., , Alma aasby ,j Idle-wild- 'y -- RINGOLD. n lllHuro. I I CREAM mowm!! I coniphuy I 1 fl ler' Denmark, be by the race horse Denmark; his dam Floriie; jddam by Montgomery's Oliver, 3d Tom is a fine shaped horse, dam by old Drvnnon black witn heavy mane and tall; i$H hands high; it a natural saddler and will warrant him a saddle breeder. Son of Wallace Denmark above; tat dam by Tom Robinson I Mil- w jGm .. St This fine Jack is by Giant, he by Imp. Palermo; by Itoblnaoir Sampson, be by Inip.Mam-moth- ; ad dam by Imp Demand. Jaco's istdam by lllack Hawk, d dam by Tippecanoe. '1 his is a handsome Jack, 4 years old, 16 hands high, black with mealy nose. Will aerve a low The above stock will make the season of S& at my farm 3'A miles from Hustonville.near Carprn-ter'- t Station, and will be permitted to serve by the insurance, J ACO! tstdam HY METROPOLITAN, 137J. Son of Rytdyk't Hambletonian. Dam JOETTE, lly lllood Chief, 791 Sue of runnle Robinson, 2 io!. Metropolitan by Itysdyk's llainbletoulan; dam Clara, dam of Hyacinth by Volunteer, utand-dn- m Dexter and Dictator, by Seelcy'a American Star Metropolitan it acknowledged by all to bo one of the best and by many the very best bred stallion ever fouled, (lis full titter, K cilia Victoria, sold at the McKerranaale for $7,015, the highest price ever paid for a brood maru nt public sale lllood Chief, by Mood's lllack Hawk; dim Mlsi by Ara-tu- s, Duncan by Scott's llighlandtir;graiid-daid dam by Tlmoleon. lllood Chief sired Wooley Jim a 19 I'annie ltobinson 1 io)S and Chief a 13H Wood's lllack Hawk tired the damt ol Von Armin 4 19M and Almoin, Jr, a 36 and the grand dam of llelle (Irasfleld a 30 and Protietie 1 18. Kingold it 4 years old. bay. isK hands high and eitremely tine and stylish Will make the season of 1S89 at my stable at Moreland Station, 3 miles north oflluttonville, on the Huttonville und Danville pike ALLEN BASHFORD, ? 1st dam Alice O. bv Pascard a 10. son nt Al,,,n, .;.. of Fannie Wnherapoon 3 tOii: ad dam Madam riucii u.un 01 r.miiia u., 7 year-ol- d record 3 38'i Alice llatcom a 44 and Puntona s 45, by Drennon! id dam by General 1 aylor Caliban 1 34 by Mum- ....., . .,..,, ,.,, u, .,..,,,, ,,.j .namDriiio Ulft an) dam Cassia by Caasius ,M, Clay, Jr, sire of Hairy C lay a and Durango 7 J3K, Pascal by Alnwinl uralLl I'aillmnnl a 1 ! uani j ennifie "iiw" wuimwiii m jyj - II ant by Aiiierlcan Clay, sire of Granville 3 36; id by John Campbell son of VKoner; id dam kllkenner by Mingo, ton of American ICcllpie Almoin by Alexander Abdaliah, sire of Gold smith Maid a 14; istdam bv Mambrino Chief lire of darn of Director a 17, ad dam Kale by Pilot Jr. tire ordam of Maud S.aoK. TheiinsKslsofthis pedigree shows two crosses of Mambrino Chief, two of Pilot, Jr, two of Henry Clay and one of HlaLk coll, foaled In 1883; by Caliban K,(f'yf.CcionejM,Coslerii6) 7 34 sire of '"""i 31 ?"' Hambletonian; but upon pacing and thorough bred foundation, Ibis colt will scr.c mares at $15 to lnauro. We will also stand the noted Jack, Wallace at $12.60; Tom at $10, At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. d " PEYTON EMBRY, Taklng-llie-, At $10 tQ insur-Ostyle and breed InKinto consideration, we think this the cheapen stock ever offered. Mares kept on grass pt $3 per month. No For further particulars call on or ddiest S. II. or J, II. HAUGHMAN , 6 Stanford, Ky. . 3 JACO at $jj fatjjack coltand,lij for Jennet, Lien retained on all cnlts. If any mare it will lo another horte or traded the teason will be due. btoi.k committed 10 my care and breeding; per month Care will be receive my personal attention. Irrass furnished Gran furnished at Ja prevent accidents or escapes but no at reasonable rates, to be uald for before removal taken to should any occur.swiGHAM( of stock. No responsibility for accidents Parting with stock forfeits Insurance. Moreland, Ky. 17 STEELE CARPENTER. J, I ores-capea ' rK-- i wbuw mr tv tlin Tvvvntnn .TnlTttvif. tlflftn Tlftlt L. M. LnBley's Silence ran 5th in n Club wins the game oil the Dnnvilles purse race for innldens at Monday. as they nru confidently exNkw lnitH iiml new fluwur in nmllcsa James McAuinch, of Cnsey, bought pected to do, tho Intekiou Joim.vAi. May 24 18fc0 vai lity nt .Mrs. Kuto Duildi-mr'B- . Stanford, Kv newspaper will set 'cm up handsomely. In tho West End 12 2 and . '.. cattle ntS12 to $15. j H. L I'lHVKIW A (Vh, ml. iuh'(1h no A riiKTry heavy frost showed up yesA. T. Nunnelley shipped to Cincinwill tentlon culled to it. K.C. WALTON, Dus. ManuRor terday morning, which be It remember- nati n d of hogs nnd rwul it. ed was the, 23d of May, nnd wo nro told sold them nt 1,.'!0. MEANS IUSINESS. A nit.v new Htock t)f CIlllHI, (UllHH- - that ice formed in places. Acloso inquiWnnted, h combined harness mnro Watchkh and jewelry repaired nnd ani Queciiiimiru just received ut A. A. ry from those likely to know elicited tho or gelding four or five years old. Apply warranted. A. It. Penny, information that very little damage is nt I.NTEIUOK Wnncn'a ".Model Grocery, otlice. Landkktii'h Garden need, now crop, yet observable as tho frost was strictly n Jiinies Dunn, of Garrard, bought of jtiBt received nt.McKoburtu it 8tnp:'H. TilKiir. have been sold already over white one. It was cold enough WednesI.ANDiirrn'H Garden Seeds- frcnli nnd 'JlX) tickets to tho Methodist concert. day and Thursday for ilrcs nnd wraps Underwood and others of this couhty, n lot of yearling cattle nt $10 to $12. In bulk or jmcknjJ. nt A. U. Miss Maud Hupley alone lias seemed and the ico men and strawberry venders i'enny'B. The small locust bloom this year input chasers for about 10. looked strangely out of place as they Thk beht ()liu'c to buy dnip, patent dicates u short com crop, according to side of thestreutii, clad the medicines nnd toilet nrtlck'H Ih lit A. II. Hi: sine and attend the opening ball at sought the sunny oldest inhabitants. Paris News. lVnny'B. in overcoats and arctic overshoes. All Tilbert Hanisey. of Tennessee, purUuy vour hl'IiooI books, ink. tJtllct. "Hales Well" May !Wtli. An elegant tills too with Greely sitting nt Washingchased in tilts and Garrard counties a pencil: and neliool HUilka ol nil supper will be spread, a good band of ton persisting day nfterduy that it would cnpcr, irom A. k. fenny. d of aged mules at $100 to $155. liKiH ihiitie ill attendance and a general good be fair and warmer. A car-loatime is UMMired. of lambs, nvernging PERSONAL POINTS. 75 pounds, were shipped from Winches-- t Tin: concert nt the Opera House this Titv: supper to be given by the PresbyMonday, the first of the season. They I). J. V. Peyton lum returned from n terian ladies will lie spread In Owsley evening promises a be n real treat to the lovers of beautiful music. Some of cost (( to fl cts. viHitto Indiana. Hall and doors will be open at U this The Cyuthinnn Democrat says a pulMm. O. 11. MeUoiiKitTS is vixitim,' her oveniiiK. Price for all p rsonr over 10 the best local talent has been practicing for it for some time. Tin selections are let hatched in February is haying an egg mother nt Liberty. years, fit) eenH, under that age l!fi. of a very choice character. There is no a day right along and its editor has, no i J. H. Paxton Iiuh n'turiK'd from a bus-int'Wk publish on front page a letter doubt but that the whole entertainment reputation as n linr that we know of. trip to Pinuvillc. A Washington dispatch says that Mim. K. T. Hociikhtkk is vlnitinx from the Dripping .Springs man, in which will be truly enjoyable. It will richly Tnulbee hns closed n paints a pretty pictur and slugs a repay those who attend. Mrs. Priestley he her hlntem in IiuiHville. Mim Mattik Cokkky, of Wnync, In little song. Everybody should read it has been drilling her performers dny af- sale of 2:1,000 ncres of land in Hrcathitt as it contains suinc thing "awful sweet." ter day and is enthusiastic in the confi- county, out of which he gets $25,000 as viwltiiiK MIhm Mary Joiich. dence that It will be u brilliant success. his share. Mum. Maikmiikt Pinrurt, of I'arklnnd, Tub concert at the 0erii House to- The proceeds are to go townrds buying a Mr. Sam M. Holmes tells us that the i with Mrs. W. II. Miller. night for the beuellt of tho Methodist Methodist pnronitjv, and you can as fly is injuring wheat in the Preachers-vill- e Mihm Maooik III mi went to Ixuilnvillf parsonaice ought to bo liberally patron sist in the enterprise ami at the same neighborhood nnd Mr. A. Cnmen-Isc- h (or a couple of moiitliH Htuy. ized. The admission is only -- cents time get more than your quarter's worth says that thev have appeared in his Mim .M.mkiii: Mitciiki.i., of IMchinond, nnd the programme is a gixsl one. Doors of entertainment. ami other crops near McKinney. is vinitun; her ninter, .Mr. A. I). Underopen nt 7.."0. 1). X. Prewitt shipped a car of 75 . wood. matrTmo"nTa1Tmatters. spring lambs, bought in this and Gar.Mum. Javy J. Jonb-Ax invitation to tho commencement after 18 month' Secretary Ilaynrd's betrothed, Miss rard counties at 0J cents. Greenberry dines, wiwin town Wednesday, unit li exercises at Daughters College, llarrods-burg- , Bright, of Lincoln county, bought Monimproved. has been received nt this otlice. Clymer, has selected Monday, June 17, day of James Allen 24 cat as the day for the wedding. Ciiahlkm S. Moikian, of Citroy, n Tnern are eleven graduates including General Manager I Iarruhan's daugh- tle nt $3.27. Danulle Advocate. good friend of thin pajer, was In town Miss Mary McKinney, of this county, It is wonderful how Proctor Knott's ter Mary eloped to Jefl'ereonville with Wednesday. and Miss Anna Krnree, of Mftysville. backers stick to him in the face of demm James Shirley, of Ixniisville, where they Miih. T. It. Walton- - and Joe 1. Hiirtun feat. Though vanquished twice for the The work train left ltowlnnd yester- - were married. have been on a hit to Mrs. Win. I'y two best stakes nt Louisville, they nro dav for Pinevillo U lay the track be Harvey Hurd, who read law here ton, in Gnrrnrd. place ami Cumberland Gap. with Joe Paxtou and Tom Hill, will be putting up their money freely that he .1. 11. Mii.lkk went to Iotihvillu tween that Mu. will win the Chicago Derby June 22. I Tuesday on btmince nnd not to the re- Thero.i is aliout completed otherwise married nt Port Worth, Texas, on he A sprightly old gentleman about the and in a short while direct connection 2Mb, to Miss Elizabeth Tevis. publican convention. Gibson House was.J. W. Guest, of Tennil points south mid will be made with Three brothers tunned Head celeMiw. W. 11. Mii.lkk, who has been brated their golden weddings in Allen nessee, a noted breeder and lover of the at the point of death, in now southwest over the route. county yesterday. They have scores of thoroughbred, after whom the great thought to be out of danger. paIt will Imj observed that Jim Guest, was named. Cinn nnd they children and 1KiAN IhON, of (inrrard, a valued p.il per is it isUi. The advertis were present in large numbers. cinnati Enquirer. If Jim Guest doesn't rou of this paper, unit in town ycetcrdny ers can't getnway with us, try they nev Mrs. Emma C. Pnlsom. Mrs. Clevcv wipe the above slanders out with blood on his way home from i'inoville. er so hard. We w ill give our readers the our monev on him. land's mother, was married last week to Wo "'"J11 8toI) MlnMM LIZZIE lillldllT, JUhMe Knle-ma- n promised ipioM of entertaining mutter, Hindoocrnft won the Lntonin Derby, ll. v.. l'errine, a retired imsiness man Conie-to-Taand tJatewood GiveiiH nr vinilinu no matter how hard our friends, the en second, King Regent third, of Ihifialo, aged 02. They were married MiK Ik'mie VanArNlnle, at llnrrodh-bur- . emy, charge iihiii our htvatworks. at JacKsou, .Mich., ami rrnnkie was time l J or 7 slower than the Louisville Derby, ilindooeraft was formerly W. H. Skakn, a K. C. brakeman, who there to see the knot tied. Mu. Matt Woodson, who bus been owned by the Ireland Brothers, of Paris, Miss Fannie Davenport is hardly oil" troubled considerably with telegrapher lives at How land, was thrown from his Ky., but was sold during tho late LouisparalyniH, left Wedncttdity for Hot train iua mysterious manner a few days with her old before she takes a new love. ville meeting to G. W. Scoggan A Bro., and It has been only a few months since she since bet "cell heto and Sprinpi. of that city, for $7,500 and $500 additionMm. I). M. Lackey and dauuhter, MIm sustained severe injuries about the head was divorced, hut she has already mar- al out of the first stake ho won. Jcunnic, of IjincaMer, werejjueBtsof Mre. and neck, rendering him unconscious ried again, Mr. Milbourne McDowell, Geoiioetown" Coukt. Good crowd J. J. Mcltohcrtii Tiiendny en route to for some time. He is improving now, her leading man, being the fortunate in- of people in good spirits over the imdividual for the time being. however. J. W. Hnudnll, committed suicide nt proved crop prospecto. About 250 catCait. W. W. Sweeny Ih buck- - on The firing of numerous old conduc- Haiti inoro because his wife, tho fifth of tle were on the market, chielly young run for ii fow days and his friendx tors on several of the I V X. divisions, stock, and sold ut 3 to 3 cents per are delighted to c him looking mi well apparently without cause, has given the his series, knocked him down with n pound. A small lot of catpan, remarking that she loved his cousin and hearty. rest a rather shaky feeling. There is, John better than she did him. It looks tle brought $3.85 per cwt. Stock hogs (iCohok L. Penny, who ban been in wo hear, no trouble on this division, after experiences with five of them that were brisk nt 4 cents. A good mm y bad health for several weekx, in spending however, and the many friends of the John ought to have learned the little horses sold ut $S5 to $200. Times. a couple of weeks with bin gnimbireuts clever set who pull the Indl cord, hope ways of woman and not taken them so A horse is is on exhibition at Portin tliu eon n try. land, Oregon that weighs 3,000 pounds, that none of them are booked for the to heart. MllS. JUNMK PeNNI.MITON and little soup tureen. stands 20J hands in his stocking feet; daughter Mary, left Weilnesday toftpciid DEATH'S DOINGS. is 32 inches around his nnn, 45 inches some time with Dr. and Mrs. A. It. Null IIahb Hall. The I.ntbiiioii A telccrani Tuesday from Harper, around stifie; 7 feet, 11 inches giith, 34 man at I'ealtody, Kns. have, accepted n challenge to play the Kansas, nnnounced the death of Mrs. inches mo nl his hip, and 11 feet 4 Mikh Fannii: Hiu'oaiw, of the gnidu Dnnvilles a series of five games and will in length. His head is 30 inclas College, was in play the first game here Saturday nfter-noo- n Buttle, wife of Judge J. A. Lytic, inches ating clans of Garrard formerly of this place. Sho had been long, 11 inches longer than a tlour bai-re- l. this city Tucnduy and ordered nt this at 3:30 o'clock. It is more than an invalid for Ho is a Clydesdale, and is absolutesome time, but patient in otllce hniulHomu invitations for the oc- probable that they will play on their nil her suiFcriugs, she looked calmly and ly perfect in proportion. casion. on Mr. Welsh's place below the reTiikToiii Kico killed by C. J: O., ears tresth ; however, it will be made known nuxiously forward to the time when NEW AI)VEKTISEJIKNT. lief would come and she would go to her tho other dny wm not -- sr Tom. The later in regard to the place. Father. A member of tho Christian . latter leU his train run oil the track Gas. Conductor Keefe, of the K. C, church she was a christian in deed ns HomctiincK, but doesn't allow them to R. B. tells us that piping ami other necessaries well as in name and those who knew kill him or anybody else. in natural her best say, a for SUCCKSSOR TO M. W. II. Wkakkn, of Comordin, gns the purpose toof transferring being or- every relation better, truer woman she. never lived than Hiehmondaro from Waco KniiNW, writes friends heio tliat he Ins will bo only n short time Her maiden name was Maddox nnd she M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, been unanimously elected school super- - dered and it till that city is lighted with it. The sup- was a half sister of Messrs. J. N. and intendeiit of tliat county. This is ipiito 0U4TH AVENUE, is slid to bo inexhaustible nnd enmo Jack Davis, formerly also of this place. n compliment to Mr. Wcareii who has ply with such force when it was discovered Besides tho judge, whoso faithful helponly been in the state a couple of year. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. drill several feet in the meet sho was for so many years, sho Mu. 8. K. Kknxki.v, son of Mr. V. !' that it blow the leaves five children to mourn tho loss air. m Kennedy, of Crab Orchard, has been proonly those who hnvo experienced The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Hkiikl, Mr. David W. Vundeveer's that moted to master of trains and chief Mrs. & Nashville, lnrgo Newfoundlniid dog, is now no it can fully understand. Tncso are on tho Owensboro Stodc of W. II. Anderson, H. S. by tie and Misses with olllco at Uussellville. The rapidity inoro. Some say the frost killed him, Hhodii, Carrie and Bessie Lytic, nil of with which Mr. Kenucly has advanced but the general impn sion is that n "butw ork. impression was whom were with her in lierdying hours. This to these important positions shows the ton" did the of friends hero is excellency of the material that is in him strongly corroborated in the finding of The tender sympathy heartily felt for tho bereaved, tho' this Kcr brought to the city ol Louisville, now open His friends hero rejoice at his good for- nine other canines in different parte of The including the town yesterday morning, sleeping tho nvnils but littlo in this trying hour. tune. remains will arrive on the 2 r. m. train KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CD'S. HATS sloop that knows no waking. It is muzand alter u short sermon at tho Amlnltomj own importation of English HU CITY AND VICINITY. zle or death now and we nro glad to grave will bo laid uway in Bufialo Springs anil Cups An elegant lino ot Canes and Lyon's seem to prefer the Plants of all kinds for sale bvO. .1. know that tho owners Cemetery with those of her dear ones Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand, Fine latter. Xowland. who have gone before. SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, CAPS, Tin: Superior Court hns reversed the windows Wiiik screens for doors nnd FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Gkve( and other Furs, a specialty Orders outbine tin Circuit Court's decision allow-in- g nt Sine & Menefee'B. side of city solicited, perfect satisfactlor guaran John Ediniston a year's salary ns geldW. L. Dnwson sold n teed. Don't tail to order n NOI111Y HAT ll iy Tins is Blackberry winter fith the clerk for J. W. James, when ho claimed ing for $150. vengeance. grimmest that he not only did not hiru him, but Wool wanted, 100,000 pounds. A. expressly told him that he did not need T. Nunnelley. Sunday-Scho- ol Tiik Kentucky Statu his services. Hon. Fontaine F. Hobbitt W. T. Martin sold to E. P. Woods a Convention will bo held in Shelbyvlllo represented the appellant and in his brief combined maro for $135. June 0. said of Judgo Morrow's instructions: "I Johnson, of Boyle, bought of T. L. bTANFOUD, KY. Mns. Annib Givbnh, of color, has nil hnvo never before seen, and I doubt if Lillurd, a gelding for $175. kinds of plants for sale and would like forensic history furnisjies n parallel inI). N. Prewitt bought in this county SITXIAL ATTKNTIONto COMMEItCIAL struction, with iih much bad lnw, bad a lot of fat iiittlo at 3J cts. to supply all who need them. travelers Horses and mules bought and sold, sense, nnd bad grammar in it." chicles used in liter)-- . Fou Sale. Jersey cows with young Stkawukimuks are plentiful on the Also agent for the Apply nt That Hro. Barnes will havo n crowded calves. N. Prewitt this office. Jones Bros. market now and yesterday thoy were bought of I). WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTINC CO- af- audience at tho Court-Hous- e Sunday down to 30 cento n gallon from tho wugcattle at $17. 0 head of ternoon next to hear him preach goes ons. Notice. Splendid grass to rent by . . without saying. Wo wish it was equalEon tho benefit of tho fnrmors nnd ly Buro that tho Opera Houso will bo tho month. John L. Stephenson. Wasted 25 heifers to graze on good stock men tho K. C. hns again put on its packed to hear his lectures on tho Lost Htock train. It will h'nvo Rowland at Tribes of Israel tho following Monday grass nnd clover. G. A. Swinebrond. We have purchased the Stanford Woolen and it with Grist Mill Wakefield & Moreland bought in the machinery and fittedbegin on new and noon on Wednesdays und Saturdays of nnd Tuesday nights. It ought to bo. and will West End n bunch of fat cnttle at 3J cts. each week. Tho lectures nro both entertaining nnd W. R. Russell bought in Boyle counMay 18th, 1889, nnd the chnrgo is but 25 ty a couple of yokes of good oxen nt $S5. In tho case of A. T. Nunnelley ngninBt instructive To do custom grinding and carding. Our Mr. Bro. Barnes hns adopted this Robert Lnnd sold to Rockcastle par- Howell at the 40 years' John Cook, colored, before Judge 'Var-no- n cents. to rniso money to pay for his Sani-b- ties n couplo of work mules nt 100 to business lias had over acquired a experience knowlthorough and he has for a livery account, a means addition there wilt yesterday, edge of buth the branches. In Give us a Island homesteads nnd wo trust that $175.A train of 22 enrs, londed with bean oipcr. to assist him in carding-compromise was ellectod and tho attachtrial. The highest market price paid for good his old home will do both him and itself HOWELL & CO.. Now Orleans lor Cin- white corn. recently loft I. ments on Cook's buggies and harness was Stanford, Ky. 13 proud by filling tho houso each night. cinnati. Semi-Weekly NTERiORjouRNAL'i'SlS "'""'vl 4 Ln-ton- ia i r. r ffaMKh a i ffr t I II cnr-lon- 200-poun- PRICES ALWAYS REASONABLE. - car-loa- t This is tlic season for Canned Goods, and you can find no where else a better selected stock than at n m T. R. WALTON'S. ,'il ' s GABBBKT SEIEBt Beautiful Flower Pots. Sea Shells for Graves, Walks, &c. BMINS IN FRSSEaVES, SWEET FICKLES, DRIED FRUITS, CANNED 1,015-poun- d 15 Id graud-chililre- Kc, six-pag- e P"iK T. E,. WALTOH, J. P. Burton, Clerk. Main and Somerset Streets. 2:-J- i lib-ol- d 1,200-poun- CLOTHING! IN Joi-iin-al- b s PANTS AND SUITS. t GEOGEGHAN, SUMMER COATS g VESTS, AIX COLORS AND PRICES. m dls-pitch- 4 Jul ox wotld-ienown- HP ia. N3 a Bruce & McRoberts . Ho Co MUPMIYo Is Receiving His to-da- y MERCHANTTAILOR SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! Give him a Trial Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, I. II. BRUCE, 18-2- lira, m m Onlytirtt-classhorscsa- m ms, The Long and the Short of It. . isroTiaiE. first-cla- ss Saturday, If you buy aMcOORMAOK REAPER or MOWER you are certain to get one of the best Machines made, If you bub a McGormack Machine you can depend on getting repairs when wanted, without delay or vexation, which is one of the most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or Mower; ho mistake about it. The McGormack Machine Go. have always been in the lead of their competitors in the manufacture of Twine, Binders, and with their Improved No. 4 and Big Four Mowers they have a line of Ma' chines second to none. By all means, see those Machines before you make your selection for tho coming harvest. GEO. D. WEAKEN, Agt. r'l 4 M. t WA H el . bnn-una- s, removed. ' li .$ -- .i. ?' JT- - 7W wmym s X r Ln ? i : CRAB ORCHARD him some; but that his suffering was so great deal to great that it would take a Some of our citizens aro liberally usOn Sunday night, December jolh, In the town affect him promptly. "Mako it very ing tho whitewash brush nbout their of Stanford, Ky., a IILACK HOUSE, about IJK strong, madam, if you please; and if I premises, adding much to tho appear- hand high, 3 years old, both hind (eel white small . Wanted lnervry county. Slirnwdrfntuntu star in the fcrehead and snip on note. He carries 'nttriictiuutin o;ir seryi-don't want to tako it when you bring it, ance. Krriiuo nui his tall, which is very heavy, a little nn sided, lie iitH'MMrr Tho Internatloiwl Hrlreliti-- the offlclul GEORGE BARNES. was r l buggy, comparatively imrvrpf tliltiirnu.eonljilni!i to a I will ask you just to make mo drink it, Mr. J. T. Lynn, ono of tho politest new.hitchedblue cloth llnitwi. Itetldat the State witnifd. mid or who capture lr' irvaHe with ilrM, whether I want it or not." reward of $30, will give tic for the recovery of ru(Irrl SAMlJo.stitmpforimrilriili drummers that travels, was with us yesOrannin Dottcllta BuruCo.44ArcaiSM,ii. ..niMll.O. v iir.ii.. God is I think the Major is quite in the no- terday. Mr. J. H. Hutchings was at iiifiurv. uukki miiu unci. ;i.iStanford, Ky. 97 , tion of making his home on Sanibel. I homo Sunday nnd is again awny looking jA wish ho would come. Threo days more after interests nt Hazel Patch. . ! SAW MILL FOR SALE and then off for "Old Kentuck." I hardrPJEtA-ISFarmers are rejoiced after tho past THE LORD. to go or stay. ly know whether I want Al I .n ml unit Wtoolc warm wenther. Their crops havo como Gko. 0. Harkks. :g)L!ouisviut MtwAioAjT5Ciiicicojia- Ever in Jesuit. out wonderfully, and followed by the As I desire to leaa Kentucky I will tell ul great Saniurl Island, Fla., Slay 13, '80 aerifies 1 saw mills inmplrte with 30 horc ballets Sistkiis," May 10, '8!. "Tnu general showers, unless this cold weath- and 10 horse engine, 1 saw works, 01 l.ig DEAn Iktkkiok: Like a stream of btickbiiitd, tpruitf A Dkaii Intkkioic Tho music of tho er continues too long, thero will bo great i 3. horse canto our dear friend, Mautio Tayand harmst J yokes oi cattle, 3 mulei, t horse. carpenters' hammers finishing off tho growth in tho next week. Crist mill complete and my fnrm of (6a acres of -- I.etvins lloih lor, from Meridian, Miss. Sho readied mob land well timbered. Will tell pritstely roof of the girls' pretty house rather InMr. J. S. King, manager of C. 0. tho island Friday evening, 10th, nil unMART SMI I'll, & CINCINNATI Mayvrood, Ky. LOUISVILLE spires me; and I cannot refrain from a Springs, is preparing rooms to be ready known to us, who were expecting her parting letter. Much as wo all regret by or before tho 15th of June to open Dally, Secure to Travelers, next day. She came down by the FearI notice there Is a the season nt the Springs, and nt the leaving, less from Punta Gorda, and not by our ivery, g,ccl end Sals Stable. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE perceptible increase in tho general cheer- same time bo able to accommodate those own regular steamer, tho Alico Howard. Kvet attempted between the L'rctt commercial fulness of my little household, ut the who may choose to come before that Saturday morning sho came up tho beach inet on the O1110 Ktver ami Chicago, and hsnee prospect of getting back to Kentucky. time. the l.itl time and moil vomforlaMe Iraint lit. to Tho Sisters on nu ox cart, to the twecn all pointtht the South, or to the U'ett and Of course this means seeing tho faces of Crab Orchard is now blessed with a N'orthwctt, The counterpart of tiilt train on alt amazement and delight of her Troupe. trunk lines it denominated The Limited Kaprett. dearly loved ones, for, ns to climate, gen- full corps of good physicians. 'o have Our arrangements for rapid transfer of I'hs tupeib rolling stock we employ (Ives palront eral surroundings and general healthful-ness- . four regular practicing M. !).. The old Unlimited Comfort passengers and bagg igo on Sanlbel are all Coupon Ticket Ofluet In the Soutu thero is no comparison between stand-bys- . Drs. Doores nnd Pettus, and )ou will find our time tablet ami ticket.. Say Mc still incomplete but we 'get there" in non. jet Moiion and ttlek to Monon, il you want this salubrious isle and oven the most two late arrivals, Drs. II. T. and S. time, "all the sauto." Our dear girl came to money and have a pleasant joiirnev. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. favored county in the dear old State. I Blair. Both the latter como well recomK O.McCOKMICK, all this long way just to have one week iSeneral l'eneer .g.tni, Chicago I.OS'I)ON', KV , know nothing in the history of misap mended. City Tulet Agents and Offics: with us on Sanibel before we loft for liood turnouts and saddle hortet always lor hire I. M Hi prehension more astonishing than the Louitvllle. Ky ttj 4th Mr. I. N. Xewland, accompanied by on reatonahle terms. London Is the rnott conven- K. A T'lHKKNCK. u, Vint Ate..Cincinnati Ohio Kentucky. Sho is tho same it, popular impression of tho climato of Miss Lizzie Heme from Brodhoad, at- ient point on therailrMd to retch placet in the impulsive, lovablo creature as of old, 10 Florida, especially South Florida. This tended a Masonic meeting hero Satur- in the mountain lion of the Male. and took in the situation at a glance. ignorance on tho subject mrpasses be- day evening last, wo understand to conShe was at homo in three minuter, after lief. And yet, when our friends seo us, fer some degree eligible to ladies. Mr. a good long staro ut us all; particularly a re they will notice such a change, that, in J. S. Kd in is to n has just opened a soda -- 3 her "lira. Barnes" in leggiits, spito of tho robust health wo havo en- fountain opposite Haley's drug store. and generally discreditable joyed ever since coming here, it will be Mr. I). G. Slaughter's pleasing facemake-up- . N X. A M V Co K. II. hard to realize that we have not been ts seen almost daily in our millet, preB lying stiflf and Wo had a fine wild-caOnly ono Night out to New York. worsted by the climate. paring to open Dripping Springs tho 1st to make the primstark in the Mario is brown enough to pass muster of June, nml shows he is ready to welSolid VratibUrd Train! to itive frontier picture complete. Will as a born Gipsy, George is a palo yel- come nil with his own inimitable words down just before daylight of brought it Washington, Philadelphia, low. I am a mild Will's and songs. This will bo his last year tit the day of her arrival, by a lucky dis- en hard and smooth, with tho Baltimore, Now York, beak hns been heated up and scaled off Dripping Springs, uuless he renews his charge of ids borrowed Winchester. It Patting alt the famous Virginia Spring by day. blows of theso resistless waves. by tho fiery sun so many times that it lease. bad eaten six of our liens, despite all of lubt and nrriving at Old I'o.nt Comf.ui and the color. An endless study, one may llnd, in tho has assumed a sort of brick-dus- t Sea Short- the nest altcrnoon H Prof. T. Rice, of Richmond, com our attempts to protect them. It gener& 5. ca H varying moods of Mamma is the whitest of the lot, school hist night nt the menced n night ally came in tho earliest dawn and manTime Card in Effect Ms) is, iMj, her lifo hii3 been more under cov- College, teaching the young ladies and "The tea, the sea, the open tea, aged to bag its game. This time it turnThe blue, the freh, the eer er than tho rest. gentlemen how to manipulate the quill ed over the box whero our best "domi-nick- " irmtMnil KattVct Olive it Without a mark, without a bound, I should not wonder if some, who think He shows himself well up to his professKASTU'AKP Kaprett. Accnui daily was hovering the little Plymouth tt runneth the earth's wide region round; Ks. Sun Dally. Kt Sun. pj o as an ancient female, at one of our meet- ion, although ho is young ami this is his " plays with clouds It Vines the tiles; It Kocks from Kentucky, caught her by the l.te Stanford 1 ' paijii ji n n ings, did. should sjiv with her, "Just Hrt school. Some of the young ladies eslies." Or like a cradled creature " l.nnton.. ...., leg; broko it; and dragged her to tho lath JJ ln! 6 40 pin $ 40 pm a a ' yinehetcr of them pore gals, isn't it too bad? pecially like his teaching. is 4) ami 7 ,) pm 0 40 ptu enclosure, through which it had insert- "Or works to that effect." My memory think " K. I'. Junction... I oj pn. .... ... 6 57 pm Poro things!" She did not agree wjtii ' Mi Sterling. Dr. J. S. Cooper litis gone to Iiuis-vill- e pm 7 so pm I j; pnit ed its paw. Tho squall of our pet awoke is a little cranky when I attempt to quote ' Siepttonc ........... a oj pinl 7 j Nothing F.lse;" 7 56 pm our gospel of "Love and to attend the republican convention. Vorchvai! us nil; Will sprang promptly to his gun; ancient verse. f to pm! 8 5I pm 9 30 am ' Olive Hill pm and thought that I was going straight to Theoratorsof this community have or4 ot to 40 am We shall wish for tho "briny" when and as the alarmed "varmint" was making " Athland. .. u 01 pmiio 47 pot perdition and dragging my helpless fam- ganized a debating society at Mr. T. Me " Cttlrtttburi;.. ) i ptujio jt pm off", made a Hying shot at it. It was a we go far inland this summer; and this " Huntington .. 6 jn pm fact there are, even Holmes' new utul the builAir Whit Sulphur 7 15 am deadly bullet, right through the heart; peerless Gulf beach will come back to us ily after me. In rhtrlMtttllle. left who regard my darlings ding Demosthenes has opportunity to now, some .liu jo am and the creature fell in its tracks, with- - in pleasant dreams once and again. " Wathinton jj am victims to a sort of infernal niagni-tis- blossom into n young orator, provided ho " llsltlmore ...... j jo pm Mamie went out in the dinghy (skill) as out a single struggle. Will did not " Philadelphia it ij pm joined to an iron will on the part of do sn't jump too far nor get out of tow, " New Y,k . dream of his good luck; we all "turned with our tried friend, "Tho Major," and 9 to pin " Klclunonil. Va. ... s ivpm' 'Old Barnes." And they give "0. B." min-gWe learn that Mr. John l'dniiston in" acain, and, after an hour's slumber, caught a beautiful sea trout a few ' J jo pm', Norfolk .. 4 J pm came in exultant. She the credit of dragging them around the has received blanks to fill out his bond ' up at the usual timo. Going out to utes ago. Sho . - ...... fnimiiii-n-i- , VIII nun .J.HIIItll. tf... t n.i' f inspect damages our Deacon stumbled, went out, expecting to capture some tho country, protesting, but impotent to IU resist him. W. James. There has never been a J. to his astonishment, over his game, ly- - game, leaving .us all incredulous. Wo These will see in the weather-staineKelurning Fatt Mall arilvcs I.enngton 1141 postmaster here who gave any more p n ing stiff, shot through and through, with had, simply, never Itecu fishing in front countenances of ten. dsilt- tweet Sundav the 'homesteaders" a oral satisfaction to the people and the deAccofflmndttioii arrives l.eatugtun 8 o? am daily. a mouthful of feathers in proof of guilt; of our own doo,8, and didn't know what new witness that their theory is correct, partment than Mr. James, aiid wo regret a shout of exultation from the fortunate was there. She, being a skilful angler, i.imucu arritct i.ottnglun 447pm and their tender sympathies will go out duly. Thit train It eilbnlrtl from end tocudaaJ sportsman, nnd we were soon, all of us, did know, and demonstrated it with to these interesting victims of an obdu- to see him out, although we could not tolld to New York. run wish nny better republican than Mr For tickets and iitforrvaiion wiitpor apply to sharing his exclamations of surprise and above results. We expect fish for V. V. IIAKNKV.TIekr-- i Agent rate pirent's heartless cruelty. Don't it .erg to take his place. S A. HROMIIKRC..Trav the terrible marauder. It ner every day now, till we leave. Nbth-wa- a "beat the Jews" and Gentiles, too ? Agt. "5 c MUKPIIV.C.cnT Patt Apt Have heard no talk about the coni-- l 2 feet 10 inches long and 1 foot 10 ing like knowing "how to do it," except J D YAKKINHiON Jd V I . UilDf loa, Ky Liist night wc strolled along tho beach ; spot- - the ignorance that knows nothing and looking for turtles. These interesting ing democratic convention on Monday, inches high; color, black underneath; ears tipped thinks it knows it all. Bravo for our monsters arc beginning to walk o' nights Juno 'Id, called by the chairman. Thoj ted with & with black; teeth and claws fearful in Mississippi lassie, who pulled out the and the "full moon in May" is the time farming community is most too busy toj length nnd sharpness; head ti- - tirst fish caught on this coast since tho for them to begin to appear in force. take much concern about it, but it is 4 well that all democrats should look out or bouio gerish; and, altogether, rather a formida- - days of the as They can't hide their immense trails, KY. to secure n true man and democrat, as LEXINGTON, bio monster of the jungle. Will took bis other early settlers. they drag their hundreds of pounds av- well as ono capable of watching and "Hl.UKCrKAHH KOU'l'JC" Tho Major came down from Ft. Myeis oirdupois across tho beach. It looks as Bcalp to Punta R:issa to get tho $3 State bounty for such disturbers of tho peace. last Friday the day Yorick left for Ken- - if a boat had been drawn up on the maintaining the interest of the people. THE SHORTEST AHO QUICKEST ROUTE Hens bring 50 cents each in S. Florida. tucky. I wish I rould photograph this sands. They deposit their eggs on the Wo havo made no inquiries into the This "varmint" atdflofour, valii3$3inull. genial Virginia gentleman for your read- edge of tho grassy margin that grows standing of probable candidates or those Fro 01 It U retributive justice, that its scalp ers. He lias so heartily entered into our down to meet tho broad strand. Tho nlreadv declared, but would like to learn CENTRAL KENTUCKY from those who may know them. It homesteading life; and lias, in his two bears Bhould evenly pay for them. aim coons, not to numerate other might bo well to induce some opposition LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE To all Points Yorick sent us a letter from Punta visits, so become a cherished member of "varmints," patrol the beach from the RAILROAD. Gorda, with a box of groceries; and J bbl. our household that those who know us time the turtles appear till the end of so as to get up interest sufficient to bring out the good parts of the successful canof shaddocks, or "grape fruit," as it is ought to know him. Ho is fully posted The tire.it- the season, in search of eggs. We saw called. Dear, thoughtful Yorick! He in everything connected with frontier two trails, but saw no nests. Probably didate, unless that 1h already thoroughknow what wo wero out of; and what life and his invaluable advice has helped the creatures decided that the shell bank ly known. THROUGH TRUNK LINE. FAST LINE BETWEEN it was most grateful to the taste, in the us much. Himself a homesteader; a was too near the surface. Thev will dig Hold his biy IIl'iuu.E. J. W. Swopo o The line, this hot weather; and 'sent hint soldier; impoverished by tho war; down two feet in suitable spots, nnd afLEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. them all with his dear love, out of a slaves gone; land a waste; he had to ter laying, pack tho superincumbent horse for 5102.50. Mrs. Suan Hammond's mother nnd sister aro visiting purse that, I know, was not plethoric, carve out a now fortune in Southern Band firmly over the nest full of eggs nnd had SCHEDULE IN KFFKCT MAY. Ah, me! what a lesson of life it is! Those Florida. He lias succeeded, and now smooth tho whole so deftly with the Hat her from Pulaski. S. K. i. ill, Wuli who havo it not to spare, and yet give lives for his friends as much as any man of their shells, that one tntiht take a shar- some hogs to bo bitten by a mad dog 10 No. J. No 6 NO. 4. liberally out of abounding poverty; nnd I know He is a little older than I, but pened stick and feel around for a soft days imo and they went mad and ho has Kj .Sun. ULLMAN$ALAQQA$S. Hi. Sun. Dally. killed them. The saw mill at CJeorgo P. those who havo in plentiful abundance, still vigorous and hale a gentleman in place before the coveted prize can be I.vc Cincinnati .. a 10 a rr 8 ro p nv a 3 J"Fin nnd yet give little, and that griudingly. every sense of the word. He is a bache-I- t found. The girls scared up n small alli- llright's is in good running order now. Louisville I. re Covington... S jo a oj p m' a 45 p m will be strawberry supper here Lve Falmouth.-- .. 0 44 a it 9 17 P m 4 n p m To Nashville, is one of the compensations of pover-- lor, but not dangerous, or you may be gator on tho beach yesterday. It wad- There Arr I'arit it 10 a n 01 p m, 5 40 p m ty, that out of this "eater" God brings certain I wouldn't be lauding him to tho dled oil in its ungainly fashion ut asharp in tins storehouse, Friday night, .May !IIt Memphis, Arr I.eslnslun. U p P' 00 p m 6 30 p m for the benefit of the M.'thodist church'. I.ve ParltT ..1 S 4J pm it so a skies and allowing him the- entry to my pace and ran into tho se "meat," by retaining to us the Atlanta, 6 an p m Arr Winchetter. a 05 p m i. They appear The colored concert and band meeting dovecote. He has no more notion of quality of wlllitnrne.-ip in Arr Richmond. en nnd ... 7 jo p m 30 Montgomery, equally at homo in salt or fresh water. Arr I.ancatter... to p m here Saturday night was largely attendto give. "God loveth a cheerful giver," marrying than ono I know whoso name 4 50 p m This morning I went out, at sunrise, ed, and went od' quietly, making tho Little Rock, Arr Stanford. because) the c. g. is like Himself, Who is corresponds in pronunciation to the first for I.vc Kichmoitd 4$ p in a parting walk along the beautiful boys about SIM. Some low bred or low Arr llerea. 3 00 p m Mobile aud New Orleans. tho "Giver of every good gift and every two syllables of that conjugal word. With bench. The incoming tide was lapping Arr Lexington.. 5 " p perfect gift;" Who "giveth to all men nothing to guard against or dilligently tho shore languidly, where, lust night, taught parties have been guilty of throw- Newport Nov3 & Miss.Valley Co. No. ing stains over the walls of the new No. 1. liberally and uphmidcth not." A htlnoy watch, we can enjoy his delightful o.$. tho full harvest moon rose in glory and church, distlguriiigtliem greatly. They Only one change to polnti In all His intelli Ho has no end of remman is least likr Gon of I.ve Livingston., Sai am light clear back made a broad avenue of deserve the contempt of nil good people. I.ve llcrea. 10 t am iniscences of the "wiili" nnd his early gent creatures. Andthe"i)ECEtTrt'i.NEjs from the shore to tho plnco w here sho Miss IJettio Tompkins' school closes SatArr Kiclimond.. tt 43 a in & tho Loan Virginia life; can sing a few very of riches" (how perfectly t.te Stanford 7 00 a m rose, tho morning sun was gleaming urday with an exhibition and it will be I.ve Lancaster.. 7 40 a but charming serenades, acchooses His words) is largely in this, Last night's tide, as if to give Arr Kicbmond.... ,9 J am Hie Hubble and n Mr. that while it promises its victim thenbil-it- y companying hiinsolf on tho guitar; and a parting token, had thrown up an unu- a success. Miss A Er.tIG HANTS Le Richmond.. a 40 p in 6 10 a mj nil, Arr U'lnclisitcr 3 30 p in 7 to do gootl with money, it hides rom is equally at homo entertaining us with sual quantity of shells of th rarer sort. Wright kiivo us a welcome call last week. Seeking hom- - on - line of 'J a this r tad will receive Ajr l'atit 4 10 p m 7 4S a James Hobinson sold Ids claim on tho Specul raft. him tho fact that the very acquisition of his pleasant chat; helping Marie over Tho Major joined mo in picking them I.ve I.ealugton . 3 45 p in 7 no am 3 45 P m agcnttol a tn P m, 8 it dwarfs tin whole willingness of one the cooking stove; George in squaring up after his bath; tho ladies came down piece of land ho and Mr. Leo Stone wero &c or write to thi Cjniry for ratet, routes Lve Paris Lve I'alinoiith .... li) P m o SJ a in 4 35 P"i 5 Mr. Stone nnd thus ij 5i7Pm CIV AI.MOKK. O. V. & T. A., her housekeeping; Will in boating; or from their matutinal splash; tho dinghy disputing over to to give. Arr Cotington. 0 JJ p m;iu jj a in 7 o p m Lnultvllle, Ky Arr Cincinnati 6 43 P satisfies the disputed matter without 10 45 a 7 35 Pm A rich man onco told a friend of mine, Mamma in gardening. lay high, if not dry, upon the sand, Yorick was "awfully" fond of him nnd whore tho ebbing tido of last night left trouble or cost or nartl feelings. Wesley who was reproaching him for lack of libOn Ilranch, No 0. leaves Paris at No. erality, "Sir, if you only knew tho ago- I have seen him nearly tumble off his her; our carpenters camo along tho beach Owsley has moved to Cherry street and 543. p m, III. U5 Maytville at a WlftikJ 800, am and 10 J5, it,in,at and 8arrivingm.arriving at will remain there unless the tobacco No. 10 lo, m3i ny it costs ub to give, you would wonder chair when tho Major got off some of ids to thoir work, and I thought I never leaves Maytville at 3,13 a m. at Pans at is No. u leaves Maysvllle at 110 and 7 40,am that wo ever gave anything at all, to any best things. One, which especially con- looked upon a more rested, homelike barn blows over on him. Money now tXrMi.rJXAJrkliA?S.AhLz.W:.bm:.i arrives at Paris nt 4 oj, p m. Thete trains are t n oldest nml mi tt rtnnulnr splrntlrlc nrd and repair tho made up to uuy exceii unuay. lianiCHi p4icr imiuUlieil and bus the object, however meritorious." A frank, vulsed him, is too good to lose, though picture. .1. Harlan beiMii to plow-ut of nny paprt'of Its clots In llm world. school house. Thank God, it would suit "Harpers Drawer" better ully HIiiHruHil. IWH clas nt Wood but fearful confession. No 43 leaves I.exfncton 1003 nmj arrives Paris Beautiful Snuibel ! I wonder if I shall I'uidlslioil Sind fur cliinn a piece of wheat last week distroyed 10 j am, except Sunday hero and there, ono in n thousand, breaks than"Bro. Barnes'" letters. Ho told over return to you; or whether all this Four inmitht' trial, ft. ri'i'T. No 8 leaves Cincinnati 513 pm; arrii es I'almoutli Held deJILN.S A CO., PUlJI.iaimtH, 111 ilruadwuy, N.V. through this snare and escapes jis for us, tho circumstances occurred during planning for the coming fall is to bo a by fly. Dave Spoonamorc has a except Sunday. 7pmjleaves i'nlmnuth 6 00 am; arrives CincinNo. 7 known n fow, very few, t le "wah" (the Major's pronunciation is "fall through." I know not nor care. I stroyed by fly. his life. I havo ARCHITECTS BUILDERQ nati 755 am; except Sundav. and charmingly Southern) in tho days when know we havo had n grand good timo in No 8 30 rich, generously i't Edition of Scientific American. O mouth talentncanuClnLinnuti only. am; arrltet FalP. F. I$;uih Iui8 b'en appointed 10 jo Sunday Kreat srerott. Kuch Ittno contain colored men. But they were thorough- a "good drink" of whisky was n rarity homesteading here, and I fully believe postniiiHU'r nt Morslion's X Itoads, nu- - lltliiiurMPhiu plntetiit country and cllr rrslden-teNo. J3 leaves ralmoutli 4 ij p m; arrives Cincinnati 6 13pm; Sunday only. ur pubilo tiullitliik't. Niimerniit vnuravlriRs reserved for tho sick and hard even for that this change has added years to my rcl county. ly exceptional. mil lull Hans nml tiBClHcHtloiis for tliousa ot Train Notes: No. runs dally bctw een Lesing-tosucliut oiiltfiuplutH iiuil.llhtr I'rlo t5ilu fr, well, Yorick gets to Cincin- them to get. A gallant olllcer, who "lov earthly life and been timo nnd money and Cincinnati, tip If all goe4 runs daily between lictt.a cujij. JU...N A CO., 1'L'ULlbULIirt. Cincinnati and Lexington. We are all rejoicing in ed his todily," immensely, became su well spent. Beyond this it has furnish- '"Mid plcasurrs and palaces, tho' wa may nam, nati Not a and 6 make connection! at Winchester mayboawur--no place lilu hotnt-,humble, it ever lor points on the N. N A M. V. Ity by his rouiiion with tho dear wife nnd chil- thirsty that he was driven to a ruse to ed us rare opportunities of finding out HeEtpeciallyo If bleatedthere's a wife whine hours No, 4 makes thit cniiiicctionat Lexington. with to lll'NN been sopnr.ited procure a little from a benevolent lady, who our friends are. It has been a revA Co., who IMPORTANT dren, from whom lm has Tra.ntof thit line now arrive aie not spent in mitery cauted by thote dragKing- havo had ovur at and depart from the Central Union Pasttnger so long. I siid, above, "hot weather," who had a small stock of lino brandy elation and a Mirprie to mo and I have down pains nritlug from wvaktiettcs peculiar to years' iiperlenco nml linva ronila over Station Cliiclnnati, inakinir connections for all for American anil Fur- lui.lUI nppllcjttlon points North, hatt and Vt. lun natunlt. Heml tor llnndtiouk. Corrct. but it is not tint, yxcupt under tho rays that sho resolutuly refused to give to any a good deal of tutu ritton history to pon- her tea, I'ierco's Favorite Prescription Through tickets arid baggage checked to any and cures these troubles nnd brings sunshine toj pondeiicuairlctlr cnntldciitial. destination reached by a railroad. of tho sun. And oven then,th h.at is but tho sick. Ho came to her with every der over, that I may not put down with TRADE MARKS. many darkened homes. Sold by druggists under Fjr full particulars address aiy agent ol the Co. , nil appearance of ono in great pain, and tempered withV ill HgiHful In cam your mark It not registered In tho pen and ink. a positive guarantee from mnnufactunrs offatit.t K. II, BACON. S.F. II. MORSE, , JU'.NN Co., and proiura Ol!lre, npply to IraveluiL' Past g'r Ait., Oen'l Pass'n'rAKt., daylong. About o'clock a. m. a i. gasped out a request for something that faction or money refunded. Read (uarantea on luimedUlu piotectlon. bend or Handbook. Gko. O HaiiS'I-xljver in Jeuii". Lexington, Ky. Covington, Ky. j bottle wrappoi. (Jeil'YiUHIiTS for books, charts, tuaps, freshing wind begins to blow. It dies would soothe his anguish. She told him II.K HUNTINGTON, General Manager. etc., quIoUijr proourod. Addicts .1, W.Hheiby, of this county, litis purresilio had some brandy. Ho replied that The clcaiuio?, antiseptic and lual'nj qualities down nbout siinsul, but 3IIJ.NN ii CO., I'uliMil Solicitor.. OKNI'.RAL OFFICES: ' of tit. Safe's Catarrh Ilemcdj; c uncqualed. Chamber of Commerce lluilding, Cincinnati, 0. ULNKtUt, OvrUK; 301 UllOADWAV, N. V sumes after 0 i m. Thin far the climato that would do, if bIiq would kindly give chased a Tolled Angus bull forSl'-'Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal 0. Love and Nothing Else. K sun-lig- ht warm-hearte- knee-breeche- s, t, back-var- d, of S.Florida is Biniply dolicinus. We sloop under blankets and find thorn not oppressive, but most comfortable Tho mosquitoes don't troublo us at all by day. Only about Biinset, till bedtime. And we havo learned, by Bharp experience, so to mauago them, that they are no longor n terror to u?, as of yore. Tho grand Gulf Is a perpetual study. Its phases are innumerable; its wayB very wonderful. Ono day will bo reeular "sea weed" day and tho beach bestrewn with these dolicato ocean growths, so familiar to many. I think sea weed can boast tho greenest green; tho pinkest pink; tho brownest brown of all tho vegetable world; and at times you havo a lavish deposit to chooso from. Thou it will mysteriously disappear, altera full tide, for a season long or short. Some tides briug up certain shells, in great abundance Then you will search, for days and days for them without success. It won't do to oxpect anything I rethat you see on tho beach member, on San Carlos, gloating over a batik of shells, nearly three feet deep; pure, dazzling white and enough to load a ship. I Baid, "Sotno day, when I havo leisure, I will haul these to Palm Ilanch to make my walk." A week later a fuller tide than usual mocked my hopes and swept tho whole bank away as with tho proverbial "new broom." A few days ago Marie saw, with consternation, that tho sea bad taken a great hungry bite out of the beautiful beach in front of her farm; and there was a little ragged bluff where a few hours before it was as A "sou'wester" will make a tennis-lawall right. The next ono that blows it will shave the blutr away as with ascytho and her lawn will come back again, beatto-dan. trip-hamm- STOIiUTI tide-ba- I detective: sri . , llkcpin-otcilt:i-lns- 1 A GMiffia I 1 1 wiu-owng-o- NEW FAST MAIL sS-- . 6t te ., sl A pp. - Old Ky. Route ! H terra-cott- a. - be-cau- (t. H 1 1 H H 11 . school-hous- e . ot 1 ..- I sH HL ..1 !! J d - k lWtKKnBSE58m WM. ADAMS J !. gr.iyish-brown- j SON, bob-tai- l, j j "mound-builders,- " KentuckyCentral R. R. I 1U &. No ; gal-fru- 1 j O-.s- ley SOUTH & WEST ' South-Ilsun- ' 11 11 C 1 God-giv- -' - ; God-lik- e s 1 4 I 111 N'orlh-Iloun- ARKANSAS tH- TEXAS. 111 4 111 4i-S- ce 111 111 Wiiii nt I p 11111 I InriK-n- l Kncrnv-Inif- j. open-hand- y open-hearte- d I n ,5 n 4 " J 4(1 mm d Miiply-I11- ! Drw-ze- Pat-e- . gum-r.ill- O. a-- .04' 'A 'r jft a.1: ? v .ff ;