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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889052801 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. rr rA xvl vl Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY. MAY 28, 4889. NO. 34 Ci.lUMJMfJIWJ Everybody Benefited ! Once a Year- - Let all values as to profits aiul swap dollars with their multitude of customers. S. L. Cut POWERS Sale Applying to Every & The stores are OVERLOADED dP M inaucu-- b This is generally done in the dull season, but this time it is decided to begin at once, and on MONDAY, MAY 20th. rate in STANFORD and HUSTONYILLE A Great - Price Department am Each Article in Stock WITH GOODS. Wc know the Wc want to sec how many good' can be sold before July 1st. Profit is not thought of, and large losses arc consented to in some lines. LOOK A I 1 HEbh way out of the dilemma. When we cut we cut deep and apply the knife to the very hut Startling Figures 6c; soft-finishee, d ! See what a Knock-Dow- n ' Argument Looks Like 7c, I2c; Twelve spools of good Machine Thread (half of it Clark's 0. N. T., All the best Apron Ginghams, such as Lancasters and Amoskeag, In Wliifc Goods for Ladies' and Children's Dresses and Aprons, the prfces are cut about square in two 5c, beautiful Cham-bra- y that have been 10c a yard, are cut down to 10c and sold or Kerr's in any number desired, black or white) for 30c. Dress Ginghams that sell everywhere at 12c reduced to 7j4c. last season at double that. best 10c Matched Muslin 2lAc a Itest Indigo Hluc Calicoes, Hlcachcd Muslin reduced Shirtings and Checks for Men and Boys cut down from 10c to 6yjC Curtain Scrims 634', worth 15c; Bed Spreads reduced about half; see splendid, fine, yard-widand 7ljC; elegant Sateens worth 15c are now displayed by us at Unbleached Muslin for what a daisy we show you at 6gc, used to be $1.25. from 9c to 63c; the best heavy, yard-widFigured Lawns 3Jc to 5c. been ;c. ?H5c ever shown in Kentucky; has 6c; e Fine Woolen Dre ssGoods, all Worsted & Woolen, Reduced about 30 Per Cent. Even in fine Henriettas 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. SHOES 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 for about Si. 33 and a Si. 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 n outlay since this has been a county. . S., I rv- II r f anu unuuren are a great tcature. .Not much over qt uc r. uicse inis season our inmmeuIT7.-T- ior nais HATS of all kinds; thousandspitlni:Straw Mats irom r 5c up. .if ouen sen a goou aouar nai inMm hi-- t saies ai 25c , EfcjVlJ.Mnnmli.-.!. i .:. tlii nriri'i: min in tliU rirnilnp nn imnn 'mij....... o.nm ...:... i.y ?,.! o rln; cC rrmle Grind's IVnnlp whn lnnk r.tn'r h1n hnv W rlnro .,. tn e Sale we will knife prices in Clothing worse than any department in the store. Before we are done During this Great or old. &"CLOTHING Remember we keep anything needed by young ...;!. ; ... nmnose to have a new suit on every man and boy in tne county, we can get tlicm inside tnc door. Men s uoats 40 cents, men s suits M.50 and up. jjoys l'ants and Suits at less than the stuff they arc made of costs. fiaTWe are in earnest in our determination to let the people have the goods. Wc will lose some money now and hope to make a little in the future. The best advertisements are the 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. . . lilt .... I t-i- -- 1 .i-- rs 11 Cut-Pric- X. Bobbltt Flies the Track and Quits. To tiik VfiTEiw or Lincoln Cotwrv. Minn Alma, daughter of Mr. .1. J. Sun Ottlevnntl Hcrvc Helm, two Gentlemen,, in order that tho democracy from Stanford. wiTv in Cnilji, of Danville, is to imirry ltev. A. mav be free to exercise its best judg- vm...,. inu-v.iI r vino Juno "th. t M. I our midst Friday meiit in selecting a rundidate for the . , , . , . ., , Near HopkiiiHville, an M. linker will close his store in n 0. isuuure, ami to ive geiuieiiieu wiiu may Ids entire atten- girl named Fowler killed herself with a' desire to represent the county an opporfew weeks mid devote rille during n lit of despondency, suption to the saw mill huslneiw. tunity of seeking tho nomination before The jilke is living smoothed down posed to have been caused the convention, without any apprehen- in love. iiiAti if minn!tiiiii fn 1111 tin. 11a ti mil... ly constant travel, and wo can noon boast iss na, daughter of Gen. Kirbvi pendent '. ', of as Kood n road by our little village ns I desire to s.iv that I shall not ', . fame, eloped with .In. iMlnllil.ltn tnr tliii liMffiMl.itnri, fit tlin Mil tli, of nnv town. . ,. . mill is do-i- a student of the hiiwanee Lniveratty, August election. Hen Ilyatt'B snwnnd jjrinj. is true that after the , a profes-- 1 , hi-,- : He saws all the week lenn., where hunlnesi. a nng saw was going to beat the noini- .,,. .in 1SS,, and therefore induced a Mie was to,' 011 that day. The sorship, and was married. save Friday and nee -' Konond verdict is tnat Hon can kiw as have been united to an Atlanta whole- republican to run and defeat both noin- . , ,. , ... , much and iw jjood meal to the bushel as i iiu'iMiiiu mi.--, 1 inn tiiv 111 a iiiuiii- I the next man. at Stanford that I should be a candidate WAYNESBURG. Tliere were nevci us many locusts as in 1SS'.I and further stated on that occa-- ' The Wayncsbiirg iV Highland Turn- - siim that another liniiiinee of the riii'- there are this year. The keep up 11 which resembles very much pike Company have again commenced Mill ,10U,(1 ever t.wteiI yct a ,,.ul ru8o: escaping hteam from an engine. The openitionson their road and will noiutUm , bl.,tl.r iroklMl tlmn kl.ptt If 'woods are full of them" and each day doubt have it completed to this placebo-- 1 t,K,rL, , nn. ,101u,v or )lonor , the fore frost. j seems to brinif more. hition I hive achieved both bv some of Our neighboring village, Lnbanks, K. Yonnir. with his army of road J. Illftst P..Illlir11iii ,.,i .,.,,,ist hands, is rapidly completing the work over in Pulaski county, had 11 very dis- -' . ,,.. o.mosition fmm iiionov and on luct Satunlay. Your ...,...,.,.... tho uouii.. rocois 0V nnv on the now pike. Mr. Youns poeKses graceful pic-ni- e awkwardness coinmuiihiirato with las coirvpondent is creditably informed iil'ii or I'onntrv has ever hIiowii! For corpulence, but when it comes down to that a majority of the men prewnt were tl0 ,uij)ri.(v,k.nted of mv .levotion there with the best of full of whisky. Tlie dance woiiml !! friends for nearly two decades I cannot work, he p-t-- Iiri.M ..... Willi a general row 111 w men pisiois, them. ratittitl ! For tho bitter lnwniiandisers, knives, rocks, clubs, Ac, were drawn and unrelenting persecution of enemies U,ker Unw., p'lu-r.i- l will soon tear down their present store- and some of them used. Fortunately no I also am deeply indebted and to them I room and build in its stead a more com- one was seriously hurt; a head or two also return my thanks! Now let the modious one. They are well pleased pulled mid some black eyes being all tiio convention give us a good democrat and with their business during their several damage done. I asked my informant II competent man, and a glorious victory where tho parties pot the whisky. Ho will bo the result. Give us the gallant months' stay with us and by their said at the drug store. conduct have been accet-hionSam Knihry, the generous W. C. Cash, Noticing n number of mon announc- tho venerable Vandoveer, Squire Tort-mai- i, to Ilishiaud'H bustne--- ) as well as her soing themselves as candidates for tho vaor the American nobleman, A. M. Vlio leccnt rains have brought out rious olllccs in tho county, I wish to Bay looking well that we have a man out in this wooden Feland. Give us any one of these or the crops and everything is tiny one like thorn and Lincoln county in this vicinity. A large crop of wheat country w hoin we intend to put before the will have a representative of whom alio will be harvested and the corn was nev- people ns a candidate for (superintendent will bo proud. Font.uni: F. Uoiiiiitt. er better. Considerable land has been of public bchools. Our man is l'rof. V. or two and F. Xilcs, who is thoroughly (nullified to cleared up in the last year NorTnuu Lovini. Twin sisters who the Highland vicinity comes to the front iill the otllce in all the branches. Hois formerly lived in Waldo county, Maine, with her potion of agricultural products. not only n scholar, but also a man of looked so much alike that no one out of Gardens have been well cared for and strictly moral lmbitH. l'rof. Nilea has the family could distinguish Jane from our citizens are now enjoying the early taught live sessions in our school here, Susan, and their father himself was vegetables. and has aroused our people hi tho Inter- sometimes puzzled. Susan had a "beau," est of education until we now have one a very devoted young man, who called ' Sunday Dan viidX.TiuT: Kentucky of the best schools in the county. often and stayed late, bo often and to School Convention for ltoylu county Our town has the pleasure of wel- late that the young lady began to feel meets thu :Ust inst. at Caldwell Church. coming another physician in our midst the loss of sleep and remarked one evenare inAll tho friends of Sabbath-school- s ing that she almost hoped George bring their bask- in tho person of Dr. Sallow from Wayne wouldn't come to night. "Why can't I vited to bo present and f for busicounty. Tho Dr. will set ets. The Kentucky Division of tho ness in a few days and hang out tho usu- take your place for once and give you a vacation?" asked her sister. The oiler League of American Wheelmen will hold al shingle. Suppose some undertaker was at once accented, the tired damsel city Juno 10. their annual "meet" in this will bo thu next in order ns tho two al- got a good night s sleep and George nevDenj. and Tom Durham have bought out ways go together. Tho people are favor- er knew that he spent one eueniug from until Jane's M., S l'. M., to- -' the grocery stock of Mtd.iin & Nurko ami ably impressed with Dr. Salloo and will several yearsa.afterinho and society were Su&au conduct business at tho old stand. 110 doubt give him a liberal patronage, hnppily'nmrried. Lowjston Journal. will Cant, . and Mrs. A. S. MeOrorty nuvo is Our town is alive witli business. Mor 1 : !...!.. The Pride of Woman. ci,iU,t8 aro doing a good business, not aueil inviuuioim i. i.. ....... A clear pearl und transparent skin is always a in. ft. witlistiinding there is not a drop of .spir- to llev. Clara daughter. I pure 'ro- - its sold here witli or wltlioul presenp- - sign ofgreasy,blood, and all persons trouble restuiih IJrvce of Indiiuiapolli, 1ml. asyelluw or blotched skin can dark, inonv'wlll bo performed at 8 o'clock tlon. If wo only had a county judgo sured that their blood is out of order. A few doses who would enforce the law in regard to nillecoup , Thursday, MnytWth. ,I8tcail 0f licens- - of llciut' IllooJ PuriuVr & lllood Maker will reclear and & i.,,; to violate the law. there would move the cause and the skin will become not given i., nre to marry yet this month. tnoiu Try It, and head of slop- - be very little of thu devilish stiilf sold transparent.you uotlilnj;. if satisfaction is It is fully warranted. A. it will cost ltico sold to Tom Woods ol in thu county. K. 1'enny, Druggist. cute. pod cattle at M0 per HIGHLAND. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Card or Thanks. , The Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist church desire to tender their thanks to Mrs. Priestley for her skillful and unwearied labors in drilling the performers; to the ladies and gentlemen who gave their services, in the various parts of the programme; to Mr. U". P. The Great Remedies! Sl'KCtKIC cure all blood uWaes, uch ai Scrofuls, Ulcers, Pimplei, Ulcerated ThioaL K.roslt, Ac. Price $1 per bottle. l"So. !lJ?5!?;pA,.!l;5w.,i,"e!le" lB M is IS IKON HIT I KKS lUhe :no.t pleaant to lake o( ill the Iron tonics. It ... 1. n... Kle a keen appetite, cnricho the blood, regulatetthe liver and imparts new energy to the muscles and nerout system. Price. $i per bottle. OAILIKK'S WORM SYRUP is made of the best worm k.ttcrs and cxpellers known to the med- KKEr 1 ... ,,,,,, ! 11 .1 pjii-uii- Walton for his many courtesies; and lastly to the large ical profusion and therefore recommends itv;lf. It is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. Price at J and appreciative audience whose pies per bottle. OAl'MFrS MAGNETIC Ller Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache, ence crowned the whole with success. vc. Acts at cathartic. Price PILLS for allbox. 75 cent per Manuf.uturt'd and lor sale to the trade by the The ladies feel it a privilege thus to acknowledge the favor granted them and would with gnat pleasure truthfully hiv DRUG CO., jj, many complimentary things of all concerned in the concert, did they believe J. N. MENEFEE. that a proper regard for the feelings of A C SINE. those ladies and gentlemen would allow it. ". WIIXIAMSBURG Williamsbur Ky. con-tinu- ,. ,,. ;,,, ,.,,,. ,, Turnersville precinct, McKinney and this vicinity generally are for the lion. It. C. W nnen for representative first, lift and all the time, and will so instinct their delegates to the Stanford conven J. II. A AX1I00K. tion. Red Hot For Dick Still. To the Editor Interior J jurml ) McKinney, May 24. The democrats of SHE & MENEFEE, In BOTJGH AHD DRESSED LUMBER, j s Mas. Ln v Niixn, the fascinating temperance lecturess. will lecture in private for a Benson. It's a boy and this is the first Intimation u great many of Mrs. Nielil's admhers have of her not being n widow. We congratulate llrother Nield on occasionally leitin uie win in miuw that he still lives. -- Glasgow Times. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best saltern the world for cuts, hrunes, sores ulcer), salt rheum, fever d PATENT WIKE We il SISH, Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll AXTD Cedar and Locust Posts. first-clan Laths, Shingles, Etc., DOORS A1STD BX.DSTDS Work, lD SLAT FENCE, Lumber Yard. C SINE, A , carry a full stock of ever) thing found in a Itunncn Manager G. A. BENEDICT & CO., 31. Isn Candidate F. Brinklcy for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, at STANFORD, KY. subject to the action of the Democratic party. Klec.iou August, lEgo. s 'ores, letter, ch.ip-peWells drilled hands, cliilblaius, conu and all skin erup- factory prices. to order and Pumps lurnuhed 30 piles, or no pay rcijuir-ed- . tions and poiUirly cnrci It is gu.irnteed to l;io perfect satisfaction, l'ricu 15 vents per box. or money rrtunded For sale by. R Penny, Stanford, Kv A Woman's ' A1TTEH CHICKEN KeJpB Discovery. Another uondjrful dicoery lias been made und that too by a lady in this county. Disease fastened its c'uirhc. upon her and fur eii jears she withstood its e erest tests, hut her vital or death seemed immiK jus were undermined and nent For three month, she couched incessantly and could not sleep. She bought ol us .1 bottle o Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption and .. uu sa mnp), mlinvft fin ,?,l?.,i thtt fir.l .In. thit she slept all nlht, and with one bottle she has been miraculously cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Luti '" Thus write W C Hamrick Jk Co.,of Shelby, N C. Oct a free trial bottle at A, It. l'onliy's utug store. i xlQwlOLA'CREAM wmj: t Atcot -- Cholera Cure ! s 1 1 HIIIS prcparation.without Llver-Molo- s. ples, Tan. loa. s, Blaok-Hoad- A few applications will render the most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and white. Viola Oroam is not a paint or powder to cover defects, but a remedy to cute. It is superior to all other preparations, and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At druggists or mailed for 50 centi. Prepared by Sunburn and Pim TOI.KDO, For Salt at Mcltoberts A-- Stagg's, Stanford, Ky. Eupepsy. This Is what you ought to have, in fact, on mutt h.ive it to fully enjoy life. Thousands arc searchin;; for it daily, and mourning because they find it not Thousands upon thousands of dol tars are spent atinuilly by our people in thu hope that they mav attain tnis boon And yet it may We be had by all ujrantee that Klectric Haters, if used according to directions and the me persisted in, will bring you Good Digestion and oust the Denian Dyspe'psia and install instead Kupepsy. We eoir.nicnii Klcctric IIiiuth forDvs tiepsia ana an diseases 01 l.tu-r- . sionucn ami, Kidnevs. Sold lit 500 and $1 per bottle b A It s (irns.tore. renn) You Cannot Afford At this season of the year to be without anod re liable dtarrnoea Ltuain In tie House, as cramps, colic, diarrhot'.i nnd all Inllmimation of the stun ach and bowels ure exceedingly dangerous If not attended to at once. O i bottlo of lie jgs' Diar. rhoea Ilulsain willdo mora good in tales of the kind than any other nibdiciue on earth. We guarantee it. A. R. Penny, Druggist. g. c. BiTTrcisre. &, co., OHIO. Ie, J. T. STTTTOIT G?EJKrm2Sr HUSTONVILLE, KY. CO., no j i owt.-Advo- Are still In the business niul ready to do anything in the LTtidertakiiiK luw. We have a full stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Kohei Our hearse, which is nearly of every docriplian new can be obtained uii short notice. Mr. J. If. Green has charge of our business and will show our goods to any one needing anything in our 64.tr line. dollars worth of hickens die every year from Choi ra It is more fatal to chickens than t!l other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remeay unit positively .11 res it has been made, and to be a af its efficacy only trial a bottle is enough foi one hundred chickens. It is guar, antced If, after using of .1 bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. con-vinced s 50-centwo-third- Thousands of I s Forjby tale McRoberts A Stagg, Stanford .? '" :?1 ,",'-- - "f (' '" , , ( v , V'' ': "..-- .. . "i ..v.. ,. "h.:". v XH . J" ff' "i. i fc r ".- B 'Jh '! H Aarrmon remiftcdfthoi flab of $750 repiblican convention resolved andcosts agaiost Sirri Coy, tliojdoniocsrat iiiri in party Biiau noimuiuu n laiimiumu (rands two yeHra in every legisflitivo district and itwill bo convicted of election ago, whoso term will expire in n few dono. The nominees will not in many Stanford. Ky., May 28, 1889 cases bo anjmunced before tho day of days. The Knights of Honor now haven full tho election, because that party prefers JVob Be method, but no ratoof$2,000 insurance, n half rate of SI, tlio sneaking, W. F. WALTON. OOOand hereafter will have a $300 rate for democrat ought to bo deceived by thoir large failuro to announce. The party lines those who do not want to pay Ouit editorial friends must not get im- will bo drawn and democrats must be dues. At West Pittston, Pa., a husband patient about their transportation to tlio nominated for every position. A candi M. & i Press Convention. Wo will servo thorn date who is unwilling to receive tho en- butchered his wife and after writing oil dipped in her in nuiplo time. The arrangements have dorsement of tho party of which lie tho wall with his linger all been made but the pusses have not claims to bo n member, is not entitled to life's blood tho word "jealousy," ho killyet arrived. The L. & 1, through its its support and for ono we will not give ed himself. The indictments against Buggy general ticket agent, Col. C. P. Atmore, it to him. Burns, in whose den Dilger killed tho CO mpetitoi'S WOllUl l(lVC bllt WC WOuld 1l0t luiVC CODW hcrP Ohio through Mr. H. the Chewipeake Ot'K Wnynesburg correspondent does two policemen, have been dismissed. Koute V. Fuller, the Old Kentucky VricPS haVR to tint tie JHOVe doWll law on the She was charged with being equally through Mr. J. L. .Murphy, the Louisville, not seem to be aware of the subject or ho would not criticise the guilty of the crime. St. Louis & Texas Koad through Mr. J. county judge for doing what the legislaJ. T. Ellis shot and killed his L. MeCraeken, the C. & 0. and Southdecided heshall Frank Sherman, at Forreot W. II. Prouty and ture and the courts linvo western through Mr. do. They say that when a bona lido City, Ark. Ho had arranged to elopo Louisville Southern through Mr. E. tho druggist of good standing presents the 0. MeConniek have extended the cour- proper proof to the county judge lie may with a young girl, but his plans were thwarted by Sherman. and tesies of their roads without money grant him license to sell whisky on pre Hon. Samuel J. Bandall cxprewi price, while others have made without scription, and on his failure to do so an himself as strongly impiessed with the reductions appeal can bo taken to the circuit court. belief that the democrats will be victoriwe in. Rhita n.nil.v rnt,n ini we v v r v if.(y f j seven, He cannot act arbitrarily in the matter, ous in ISfi, and that they will regain conurtf The effort to have Col. Henry D. T.P.n.st. t'nssihln Afnnmi to new7 Otli Goothi TOP succeed to tho chhairmanship of and if there bo fault it is in the law and trol of the House in 'i0. we dive few snetiitdtijw niwvn mnnh. r.nnh i the National Committee, made vacant not in the judge. just in receipt of the news of Tjj. GU. :.. "- -- !() r.hnnhnrl by the death of Mr. Burn u in, ought to -5c, . jiiKnim, i . wis .ur. .. r ' Dl .. r "."J ""The London Echo gets after Judge tne ueain oi OAC: abort. As a member of the committee OC WOrtll XhR' Ainu's Pnrnnle 'J'""" 1WJ .. ''' w. uii.i;w .WiWv . i.iiwimiiu.i,., al.......i.. from Kentucky ho has proven worse Boyd in n mild way because ho is U very highly two Collaj'S of tliis paper, "and a Cliff S, Vina Rhnps n.h a fimire head and it is a wonder leged to have said from the bench when thoght of by everybody. than WOrth FlllC .? Shoes that ho has been permitted to hold tho n juror said he had fprmed his opinion -J- ohn B. Davidson, a prominent i!t... QoHoil PlUltS Rp.tnRm.hni t.liPKP. rtnnrlc ! enlist WOJ'tJl W of a case from reading a report of it in ' position for 20 yenrs, when there aro so 7.eii ..ll..ll. cniintv. ......I njanLLlllliltllll III! no goods. You many more capable men for the place. that paper, "Xo man who would form lie was riding home near Owingiville hie us to a. whole to who. The next State convention ought to re- an opinion of any case from what he Saturday, and there is great indignation Vie we tire the fat and oleaginous colonel and might read in a paper was competent to over the cowardly atlair. put u man who known how to do some- make a good juror." This is pretty The court of appeals has overruled thing in his stead (lo v. McCreary for rough to be said in connection with a Henry Smart's petition for a new trial paper that has always stood by him, but and he inhtance. must die as soon as the governor the judge doesn't love newspapers we appoints the day, for the murder of the The report that several of tho mem- learn from Col. Colg.ni, of the Pinevillo two young girls at Louisville. bers of the cabinet aro to resign because Messenger. To be A spirit medium declares that Bish does not allow them the president low Covington Commonwealth's head op's spook appeared to her and said that The latitude in tlif conduit of their Main St., JIaii!iKcr. departments, but reduces theirs to the is level on tho question. It says: "A his body was not dead when the autopsy rank of mere clerical positions, is a lie good license law, general in its applica- was commenced and that he was IrmleM, llormrn and in the interest of science. out of whole cloth. Who ever heard of tion, would give far better results than A P"AfT?l"Q SfcxVmcn ot and Wcountict Llll PiLlO, (iarrard the jihinirprohibition in spots. The CommonA monument 10 feet high with the Marion llovle, Lincoln, a republican giving up an office? Were from ton will timl all llic newt routine lomaiiei ol in Harrhon to decide that it was his pie- - wealth insists that prohibition is not a names of SJ Confederate soldiers tercit to them in the for the the leadini! narwr uf ADVOCATE rogalive to kick them around each day political question. A man may bo an Bourbon county, who met death anil rndayof Central Kcntuclv. U.uctl advocate of prohibitory laws and bit cause, was unveiled at Paris Satur- each week. Sjixr ear SenJ centi and try it rDZRCTQ-Q-IS- T u'ltli his good right boot, they would nrdent A.ldren t) l? lioyle, limine for three nvntrn still freeze on to that $.S,000 a year and at the same time be a democrat and it is day with appropriate ceremonies. Manager, Danville, K tj to refute party support The Reporter says Constable Doolin call for more. No, they will not resign not democrat to a deserving p.nty man heciuso tie is and the man Cope, who told him to shoot this nor 'smother time. STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Win. Watson at a recent Snndav-bohoo- l not a prohibitionist. p'eatant life and well Alt pcrmni winning CiiAnnocK is to deliver ii poem at the convention in Pulaski, woio hold in ?!,FANCY ARTICLES. &0 pleiued wife let them tue 1'atent Hour made at Whitei.w Ukii as minister to France 500 and SdOO respectively to answer. Press Convention, which, according to a Stanford Koller Mill. Call for it at your Bto- Louisville correspondent, will be a patch- gets $17,500 a year ami pays $20,(00 a The L. A X. is preparing to double eery, and if they have not Rot it on hand, urje l'hylcian preicriptiout acci ratcly compennded. an them year for a furnished house. Mr. Itoid is track its road from Louisville to Anchor- - cet it to keep It or set will order Irom itthem am guataniec work piece, composed of a verse from at the Mlh ard I i ..;ii. and intrrefctlli.7 tamiK n. each editor in the State who is kind n rich man and doesn't care for expenses age, the .Mam Mem to iiepiiertisvine w - ,.OTTS superintendent enough to respond to the colonel's re- besides he thinks there is enough honor and at other important points. Over' THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, quest for a couplet. It will be an unique in representing this great government to $500,000 in improvements are to bo ex HARRY A. EVANS, be willing to pay haiuUomely for the pendeil CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. memorial to the immaculate gall of this CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL -- The last spike, a silver one, in the Ever brought to thi market I'rire lower than most unoriginal originality, who for a privilege. ihe loweu. Watches Clock and Jewelry He. SI AN FORI), KV time whereof tho memory of man runThe Pembroke Criterion, A. S. Gentry Kentucky Midland Railroad, between paired on(hort;notlce and warranted. neth not to the contrary has appropriat- editor, and the Kentucky Colonel, by Georgetown and Frankfort, was drhen and Surveying in sub- W. S. Sterrette, are out in time to entitle Saturday afternoon by Miss Katie Lind- - Engineering ed indiscriminately the ideas and all branches. stance of others with an assurance re- the proprietors to all the rights and priv- wey, daughter of Gen. D. W. L'uuUey, of freshing in its unpretentious audacity. Frankfort. ileges of the Kentucky Press Association Col. V. H. Chilton, for 15 years in WALLACE E. VARNON, which convenes in annual session at In his speech before the republican charge of the financial and commercial Owensboro on the 6th. Attorney At Law, convention, which was full of misstatt-mentdied Sunwork on the not to use a more applicable Kontucky. In the election for school superinten- day at the Anchorage Asylum, where he Stanford, term. Gen. Bradley grew very eloquent dents all over West Virginia last week, has been under treatment for paresis for Will practice in all the court of thi and adjln in praise of Harrison. The admiration the majority for democrats was over the past four months. of appral nf counliet and in the courtStagti't dru More. Olficeu.tr McKobert & case seems entirely one sided. In 0,000. The rails tried hard to break this in this express car on the Texas and Pa An fact the president thinks so little of the atom of the Solid South, but it appears ci fie railroad was robbed on the outskirts little Kentucky rooster that w put him that she still maintains her place in its of Dallas, Texas. The robbers, who were off with the coldest potato in tiie lot. column. masked, beat the messenger to insensiButrour dear friend, the general, is so cleaned out the bility, took his keys and '89. NEWS CONDENSED. mu,ch "f n toady we fear he will turn to safe. Theysecnn.dSl.oOO. week . ..$J oo Hoard from June I to July I, per a toa1, Queen Victoria celebrated her 70th Robert Allen, son of William Allen, Cottage Kent from June to July I, per eek 3 $0 At- birthday Friday. She lias occupied the of Garrard, was drowned in Kentucky Hoard per week afitr July I 6 00 very important that there shall Iris 52 years. - $ JO river at the mouth of Little Hickman CotUge Hent perteek (tcr July t be full meetings of tho democracy in throne nearly S The U. S. monitor Miantonomah is Saturday. Tiio unfortunate man is sup Single Meal every precinct of the county next SaturJ made guns posed to have committed suicide, as ho llortes well cared for, per week day to send delegates to the convention to have two large American Everybody l cordially invitfd to vlut in early of 10 miles. had recently partially lost his reason from in the icaton and get advantase of Ihe (educed to nominate a candidate for tho legisla- with a range A man in Montana was cut clear in brain fever. rate..:Re.pectfully, A. I.. Sl'OONAMOKK, ture, which will be held here Juno coun' O Addresi, Stanford, Ky John C. Branley, cashier, and Chas. jcVtf a full and two by n circular saw, but lived and ty court day. Let there be for 15 minutes afterwards. W. Palmer, assistant teller, of the Merfree expression of opinions and repre talked Clarkson beat his own record Thurs- - chants' National Bank, New Haven, sentative men appointed who will come ' turning out .iu, iiemocrauc post Conn., have been arrested. They were hero determined to do their best for tho ' ROWLAND, KV., Dealer In masters and putting republicans in their interested in a patent medicine and sunk party. interest of the democratic Dealer In stead. 5100,000 or more of he banks" funds in Dry Good3, Notions, Hats, Caps Emanuel James, of Fleming county, their venture. A few years ago all tho type founders who killed his brother in cold blood, in tho country formed n combination Sipiiie Payne called Squire Jewell a Hoot, Shoe. Clothing, Hardware, Queen, ware, Tinware, Furniture and a STANFORD, KV. and adopted a list of high prices with a was letoH with a life term in the peni-- j while tho court lying tentiary. of claims for Favette county was in sesuniform discount for cash. It succeeded Crocorios, Iiura llridgeman, blind, deaf and sion the other day, and the latter slung General Lino in gouging the printers pretty lively unhis villitler. Peace was by Dickens and by an at made famous Fancy Candle, Canned Goodi, &c. til recently, when for some cause it dumb, intelligence, is dead then restored and Payne apologized to All Und olProduco taken in exchange for goodt. and now tho foundries aro her own wonderful "busted" the other members of the court. Boston. Daniel Collins, at Alliance, O., aged ottering type at 35 per cent, otf for tho at John Smiley, born in Pulaski with-- i 1825. prices adopted by tho combine. If all out any appearance of eyes, can recog-- i 75, was so anxious to die that lm cut a Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furnituro and Undertakers' Stock is gash in his throat, stabbed himself twice the trusts were of alike Bhort duration nize everybody he knows by touch. He over tlio heart and twice in the stomach, full and completo. We call special attention to our the harm they could do would not cut a is iy years old. then tied a rope around his neck and On Dwelling, Furniture, Storea, Merto tho limb of a tree. After jreat llgure chandise, .V'c , apply to the old Louis A. Dent has been appointed hum: himself cut down alive, but is all this ho was IIakiuson continues to Uiko caro of his private secretary to Secretary Blaine, bound to die. Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. The best Casket of the kind ever invented. Tlio republicans charge the demokinsfolk by placing them in the pay of vice Thomas H. Sherman, appointed Conattached and danlagei paid I.iulitnint; cluutc covering up Tate's rascalities, crats with Embalming under the most approved method when desired. tho government. Sitnrdny ho let in a sul to Liverpool. for Tate's successor whether tire cniue or not. H IIRlv'CK, A;cnt. and then GEO 17 An Ohio veteran has applied for a one of the nominate cousin and tho list now stands: Tho three commissioners appoint J. C. McClary, Salesmen and Embalmer. pension on the ground that ho was bear- ed by tho governor to audit latos acPresident's brother, the President's of the Presi- ed into fits by bushwhackers and that he counts and lay all the facts before tho tho father-in-laworld. Did Mr. Barret cover nnytiiing son, the brother of the husband of has never recovered. dent's up in his report Y Louisville Ti mes. Allen Thorndyke Itico left an estate the President's daughter, and the husLOUISVIlaLE, KENTUCKY. M ' band of the daughter of tho President's valued all tho way from $5,000,000 toSlO-0LANCASTER. GARRARD COUNTY. A.L.JL xiL ,000. An uncle and three aunts are brother. The meeting at the Baptist church THE LARGEST AND FINEST his nearest relatives. Tanner, tho pension agent's friend, closed last Thursday night with threo Geo. A. Jessup, Vice President and fell and broko one of his wooden legs tho acting cashier of the Scranton City Bank additions to the church. HOTEL IN THE CITY. other day and, it ia said, will grant him- atScranton, Pa., is accused of embezzling Revs. Cook and Anderson began a self an additional amount of pension $100,000 of tho bank's funds. protracted meeting at tho Methodist RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDtherefor. If tho old follow had broken church last Friday night. Minnie Moses, a woman of 25, bus Those who attended tho Barnes his neck instead of a wooden leg, it per- been sentenced to hang nt Birmingham, ING TO ROOMS. haps would have been better for tho Ala., for highway robbery and attempt meeting in your city Sunday, came back country. refreshed and delighted. Barnes' ser TURKISH RUSSIAN UATHS IN HOTEL. to murder n female peddler. sort of effect. Dr. Thomas, a surgeon on tho Ken- mons always have that row during tho war a In a drunken Mrs. It. A. Leavel, widow of the Boldier named Powell was struck with a tucky Midland, was carved up in Bourlate E. M. Leavel, died of consumption demijohn by a comrade and considera- bon county by two negroes ho was enlast Friday night at ner home four miles bly hurt. Ho now has tho gall to claim deavoring to separate in n fight. south of town. Her remains were Inllawes, Woolen and purchased a pension on account of it and in these wife Dick child, lias tlio murderer of Ins We and been sentenced to die terred in tho Lancaster cemetery nt r. Grist have and fitted It the Stanfordand with new Mill of Tanner, when everything goes, July 12, but the judgment was suspenddays machinery and will begin on i. Sunday. tho chances are 10 to 1 that he will get it. ed ponding tho application for a now -- Next Thursday being a National Saturday, May 18th, 1889, trial. tho rheumatism and inovitablo end lias quickly come holiday and the time appointed for tho To do custom grinding and carding. Our Mr. The Gun. Ghkelv has Sunday sqhool pic- Howell hai had over o year' experience at the Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture-annow tells when it is going to rain by tho to the criminal intimacy between 'Editor grand excursion and thorough knowlhe ha acquired Moore and the eloping wife of the ac- nic, Prof. Skinner will dismiss school for buiitieit and the branches. In a addition there will edge of bath increase of pain that precedes damp tor, John W. Norton. Tho woman provUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods in tho whole be an expert to attitt him in carding. pUc u a good can be bought in the cities. weather. There is nothing like having ed nntruo to her paramour, as might bo" that day. Every child go price paid The Give me a trial andyau. will be conto the pic- trial. corn. hitfheU marketHOWKLl h for expects to J CO., white a completo outfit for foretelling the expected. Norton lies in what seems to country round Stanford, Ky. vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. aS bo bis last illness at a St. Louis hospital. nic. weather changes. k,TifK -- WE! $Akfi'-fef- & O'feELL! still-hu- And Will Undersold. 'Oltr had if the ' ill still brother-in-- law, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, &c, are running mown As Mr-Hen- ry We-ar- e ; .. j - innit1 Her eafter will a 'gains: American Sattecns at stores ... Best . - thin -- t, tho --- Indiana; are inaia , $2; Ladies at 50c, $J. and shoddy or auction don't want newspaper tell yon t's true about our business, but 1.50, and pair of Alliens at -- "7 at due. worth .?. JW? Button at SI. 50. worth - .,' worth - ""' nindhn at ""a""'including -- following want n,l .,1' buy name of THE LOUISVILLE STORE! Stanford. tufli-cie- nt a household name for honorable dealing and - prices. M.SAUXCEK, miir-tiere- d i 1 ! Ao Mo PIOTSHK 9 & "vrSte a ... ..it plca-ai- it N- s, Courier-Journa- l, J HALE'S WEIiL. 1 Season Opens June i, . . Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Wall Paper, M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. J HI. HZIXiTOIsT of Bo Mo WEAIBN, Goods! Furniture and Undertakers' dn h ' ink-stan- d j Established Houh-Iio- The Largest, Cheapest aiul Best Assorted Slock of Wall Paper, Border, Celling Decorations and Window Shades FOR INSTCJHiAlTCE ECTDESTHTJCTIBLE BTTHIAX, CASKET, father-in- -law. THE GALT HOUSE, 0 wm FURNITURE STORE MA(DJK HUFFMAN TOWF. w NOTICE. 1 firl-cl- us d il1 jillliriMiwiw i iiiiik ,V"..i'Vij", Maf ,Vrt. ? O' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Ky., May 28. Stanford, I New lints nml new ilowurs In t'nilk'BS Tiik opening hop at Hales well occurs vnrictv nt Mrs. Knto Diuldcrnr's. Thursday night and big preparations are being mndo to entertain n largo crowd. Tiik stock tniltiM on ttiu K. C. run Good music, u splendid supper and a 188'J TiK'silays nnd Huturiinys instead q( uh capital time nrn promised nil who Rtatcd and leuvu Hnwlnnd nt noon. A itA.viisoMi: d. The ladies of the Christian Church nt Junction City will give a strnwberry supper next Saturday, June 1st from It to 0 o'clock for the beuelitof the church. They will be pleased to have the patron age of the public. " meat-hous- e 3 FHICES ALWAYS REASONABLE. .1 I monument to the memoMas. Pkikstlv will repeat the conof Thieves broke into the ry of Mr. Solon Craig has been placed cert at McKendree next Friday night, at Misses Maggie nnd Jennie Hocker a few on his grave by his niece, Mrs. M. 15. which time the ladies will spread a nights ngo and got away with 14 pieces of MEANS BUSINESS. Lord, nee Harris. bountiful supper. The small sum of 60 bacon. There are some suspicions as to Watch kh nnd jewelry rt'imireil and cents their identity and the probability is that cents will admit you to both or wurrnntt'd. A. It. Penny. Hail, as large as bird eggs, fell in tor- to either. Attend nnd help the good they will pay dearly for this method of liANiiiinTn'N Garden weed, new crop, rents nt Jellico Saturday evening break- women pay oil their church debt. supplying provisions. just received u McKobertH it Rii'h. glass nnd greatly damagfretdi and ing out window LANmtKTiiV Harden Seeds Fkost. Mrs. J. L. Dawson predicts UHUROH AFFAIRS." genuine, In bulk or package, at A. It. ing early vegetables. frobt this morning. She says that in a Penny's. The Northern ami Southern PresbyA stkahy down-pou- r nearly nil day long life she has never failed to see a Tiik best place to buy tlruH, patent inedii'liWH and toilet articles is at A. It. Saturday and at night lias moistened the frost fall on the same day in May that n terian Assemblies have decided to coPenny's. dry earth thoroughly and vegetation is fog appears in February and on the L'Sth operate witli each other in home and Uuv your school books, ink, tablets, whooping itself. foreign mission work. of that month u very dense one envelop.. paper, pencils and school supplies of nil Itcv. 11. Allen Tupper leaves for kinds from A. It. Penny. for an extended tour. Tiik second lecture of Itov. Oeorgo 0. ed the earth. We hope nnd believe the Europe Ilarni'8 on the IaM Tribes will bo deliv- good lady will see her sign fail in this His Louisville church tendered him a farewell reception last w k. PERSONAL POINTS. Let year of our Lord. . . . ered at the Opera House Itcv. F. C. Clark, two daughters, a Tiik public will regret to know that sou and a liiece were burned to death in Miis. V. It. Vijuii, of IxNiisviHe, is evervbodv attend. Admission 'Si cts. -, Princess Anne county, Va. tho.su clever conductors on this division, their hornvleitinir her father, Mr. V. (i. Hrndy. Tiik commencement exercises of Stan- Captains Mr. Clark was a Biptint minister. Crouch, Dick Lawton nnd CharMax. J. C. Hays is eonlineil to her The Cutuhfi'laiid Presbyterian As ford Female College will occur June tltli ley Turner have been fired, nlong witli seinbly resolved that no young man who room by a painful sprain of an ankle. nnd the seven sweet girl graduates enyou is Goods, the very large number from the other uses tobacco in any form shall be aided Mux. I.. II. Kamsbv, of U'xinitton, is tertain at the College the following night divisions of the L. & N. Capts. J. W. llnaitcially by the Board of Education in And vNtlncnt Mrs. .Mrs. W. 1. HiimsuyV. from 8 to 1L his studies for the ministry. "3lihS Axnik.Shanks left yesterday to Hose and George W. Delph, freight conThe Hartford Theological Seminary promotions. The hns opened all its courses to women on attend the eomnienceinent at Damshters Tiik Somerset Iteporter saysthat while ductors, nru two of the the same terms. as to men. It is the lirst College. James Pence, of Crab Orchard, was other is not announced. .. institution ot the kind to undertake theMiw. Okoiuik O. IUiiskh, Col. John drunk down there, a little negro named Tun remains of Mrs. Judge Lytic were ological training for women. Cowan and Mr. Iud Cowan arrived yes- Gran Ingrnm went through him and got Die Methodist church, just dedica met at the depot Friday afternoon by a terday. $"20, nil the money he had. ted in Lee county, this Suite, is the first large crowd of friends, who loved her building of the kind erected in its innrblo Mil S. I). VanI'iii.t, the clever Tiik city council of Jellico is a legisla- much in life, and came to pay her the It has a congregation of 000 and worker of Danville, is apiin tive power from nway back. It has pass- last tribute of respect that mortals can. was dedicated fueof debt. Mr. 0. (i. Wine. Bio. Barnes attended the correspondent, ed n law requiring the railroad to open A great many of them brought (lowers, church Sunday morning and Christian Oiutexcellent returned itro. John II. Woodcock, has been sick, its ticket ollice an hour instead of a half and the grave was literally covered with thanks at the sacramental service. At S. Lytic night he attended the Presbyterian hour bfore the departure of trains, un- these Moral offerings. Mr. It. hence his short letters. returned, but the family took the sensi- church, but Mr. Helm, never having Miss I.itv Tatk hns jjone to Harrods-bur- der penalty of S5 for each offense. ble view that their presence could do no seen him, was not aware of ins presence. exto attend the commencement Dauvilles didn't want to contend good to them nor the dead, and did not In his sermon at the Christian church Tiik ercises of her Alma Mater. the evangelist said Iks expected to preach again in the old Presbyterian church beMas. 15. J. Moiitiii.v. of Stanford, was with the dampness that prevailed Satur- come. ... rlMting her son. our accomplished nie.ht day in crossing bats with the Intkiuoii The Concert given by Mrs. Priestley's fore he died ami that he would do to by invitation and not go in by the back W. A. Mnlwrly. Ioiidou liclio. Jocknalp, so they telegraphed that they music class, assisted by some outside door. operator, would not come, or we would have had Mil axi Miw. W. J. SYaiikm, of Mt. talent, proved a very creditable enterFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Vernon, have moved back to Stanford to chronicle anot her defeat for them. tainment and put SM) in the treasury to Mrs. Kate DtiiMor-arand taken rooms nt Fou Sale. Jersey cows with young Tiik Presbvtcriau ladies spread a real go tow anls building a parsonage for the ly nice supper Friday night and realized Methodist church. Her pupils all show- - calves. Apiilv at this ollice. Sea U'liu: ani Mnv C. !t. lini.i., of this Graves, &c. en miming aim wie ciiorus in Notice. spit inlid grass to rent by county, will sail for KtirotH' on or alKatt i SO from it. Tlmy who assist actively weecareiui girls so well executed wan little H,ontj,. John L. Stephenson. June 1st to bo none a couple or three in getting up such suppers and serving proof that she had labored hard Willi tie them haven hard time of it and deV.ntki -- " heifciH to grazeongood bargains in months. n:::i:;, dried canhed , them. The solo of Miss Kitlie grass and clover. G. A. Swinebroad. W. II. Iliticitvs has returned from serve great praise. The pretty waiter the line instrumental execution of I). N. Prewitt has bought in the last Kansas Cltv. brlimiiiif with him Ijik- - girls also come in for a liberal share for infew days a lot of No. I fat cattle at '.i of the late without them hut few of the youngsters Miss Nan Baughmnn, the vocal and rence and Katie, the children R,. strumental elforts of Misses Minnie, Fan- cents. would enretonttend. Mrs. Mollie Park. C. G. Ware bought in and around nie and Annie Straub and those of sevMil J. A. Minn, train dispatcher, has No L'sk Foh a Dentist. Mr. J. L. praise- Waynesburg, 17 head of mountain catMain and Somerset Streets. P. returned from Hot Springs cured of his D.iwson, Sr., himself over SO years of eral smaller girls were especially worthy and were each heartily applaud. tle at 2 to UJ cents. rheumatism and reports Tom Hughes age, sends us the following: "Mr. The frosts of last week 6eem to have To those who assisted much credit is alimproving rapidly. SwoH', of this county, the father of so due. Miss Ivn Smiley sang a solo been general, but no great amount of Itcv. S. S. Mt'HoiiKiiTs reached the Col. A. M. Swope, is over S2 years old, very sweetly; Miss Lutie Bailey render- - damage is reported. lipe old age of S2 last Friday. His good ilHon, ot lennessee, nought in has a full mouth of natural teeth, nil ed a dillicult selection on the piano witli wife is 10 venrs yonnirer. but no one (I Garmr of counties a sound, never had a tooth extracted and remarkable ease and beauty of execu-- i '' would take her for over (10. .. " A it has never had the toothache. His hair Hon. while Mrs. Thomas Metcalf treated young mines ai ji.o 10 jhu, of the T. P. Pkiwidkxt J. W. Coiu.kv. -- Wanted, a combined harness mare is not vita gr.iv nnd he enn walk about the audience to a happy surprise' in the A., elected Saturday for his third term, for miles almost as actively as a Ixiy. very charming manner in which shej or gelding four or live years old. Apply was here yesterday. Ho seems to le the . Me, Little Nell." at iNTEiiiotf Jont.VAL ollice. most popular drummer in the business. Tin: Kentucky Deaf Mute, published sang "Say Yon Love The differences between the tobacco Mic. Mahtiia MrAusTKiiand daugh- at Danville, speaks thus complimentary Her voice is very soft nnd sweet nnd buyers and the Louisville waiehousemen only ter, Miss Mattie, of Danville, and Mr. of our namesakes: The Stanford Inteki-o- her effort was rewarded with tho have ended in victory for the latter. evening, to which she The good rains in Christian county A. 15. Hundley and wife, of lloyle, were JoniNALis in luck. It hns n base encore of the tine planting seawith Mr. and Mrs. Hobcrt McAlistcr ball club named for it that is using up gracefully responded. Dr. W. B. Penny, have made a farm-i- stobacco taking advanare although (I feet lj inches high, was not son and the Sunday. all the clubs from neighboring towns. tage of it. reach August Belmont's colt, St. Cailo, by Msits. John W. Mii.i.kii, "Hnlly" The boys had holiday from the shop a quite tall enough to solo the high he essayed, Glen dam Carina, won the Great Mason, Charley (inllngher, Mike Salter, portion of Friday afternoon and went notes of the lirst cornet , worth but he got there in great shape, not- American Slakes fort.w I). Hughes, of and Kditor M. over to the College ground to sec a game withstanding the elforts of the boys ji'O.OOO, at Brooklvn. attended Bro. lt.irnes' meeting Sunday that reunited in the Danville club licing W. Guest, of Danville, Ky , Col. Polka, formei J. -- IjS aften(K)n. used for a mop. Our boys say that a to rattle him, on the Empress owner of Terra Cottn mid a breedMas. Julia Ham and daughter, Miss Virginia rail fence is uothingtothecurve thoroughly redeeming himself and prov- er of many line horses, has been having He has lost ing his ability to use Unit ditllcult little hard luckat the racis. Fannie Hoskins, of Campbellsville, ami of tlio Stanford pitcher. Dr. Morris I5vaus, S. S. steadily without a single streak of good .. instrument. Mrs. Nannie Urewer and children of fortune. IjisI night he said: "They Wk believe in ridding the town of the Myers, Will Severance and Joe F. Wa- are holding a protracted meeting in my Danville, attended the burial of Mrs. worthless dogs that the owners do not ters also took part and added to the wife's church and I have teh gmphed Friday. I who ban been care enough for to muzzle, but we ob- programme which seemed to be enjoyed her to hold it over until can get home. Mus. Kl.m ni:t.roN', ject seriously to the "button" method by all present. Mrs. Priestly is to be I'm going i to quit for goo I and all." with her bon, Judge T. I.. Shelton, since Cominereiiil. of removing them. It is an underhand congratulated on the very gratifying Cinei limit last fall. leaven for her home hi Virginia in a AN ACROSTIC. and in ed and sneaking way,, besides it gives success of the entertainment both She is past health nnd the judge will nccom-pan- scamps who have a spite at n man or his musical and pecuniary point of view. feeble By Tho "New Foet." dog a chance to get in his cowardly UKIIPIM. her through. Duo. Bahxes. The good evangelist ar protection of the law. l)oa in n rural t, Mins 15m ma SAfKLCV, who has been in work under the worse for rived Saturdav. somewhat the Kintnn,! forth fiom a mountain, Wyoming .since the judge removed Let the marshal shoot the dogs which wear in homesteading and traveling, but In rjllimic mtmcal sounds come under the ban and then there will thitlier.and Miss Helen Sanlley, for the Poum ; I'crfrcl lomitmn; s who did the killingor still the same magnetic, lovable man as Prestiut; forward on u course sameiengin oi iime an an buiucih hi he nodoubt asto of yore. The friends were disappointed V In search of haven!jr plcisure, Knoxville, arrived Sunday looking even as to the authority to do it. wife and Misses Mario and that his Never t)pplny to lOiiMrer prettier than ever. Their delight to be (ire.itcr deed',oruitthly treasure Shot. Ah Joe Goode, colored, was Georgie failed to come, but Bio. Barnes' at their old home is fully shared by passing by Bet Buford's house in Macks-vill- explanation was satisfactory. M'HINGs. Mrs. ALL COLORS AND PRICES. Sprung f'om ulicnce I cannot tel', friends young and old to have them witli Thursday night, Bill King and Barnes had gone to Danville to be with 1'iu.driX forward lo make all well, us again. Lillard, also negroes, and three her nllllcted brother, Col. John Cowan, RoiuinK, pouring, ruthir(- - on Col. A Washixohon dispatch says white men whom he did not know, all and the young ladies had stopped off at In your t'fforts to make a sons; Jones, president of the Decatur truck Now ou iinK a tweet relr.iin, of whom had been ill to see the ladies of Bowling Green on the importunities of (Ala.i hum! Improvement ami Furnace Gurgling forth a heavenly strain, that house of ill fame, he was stopped friends. Bro. Barnes was to preach at htoji you short! for I ve caught your name. Company, is there to invito the Presibv a friendly voice frpm tho crowd. the Court House Sunday afternoon, but Grand Opening I'irnic June 1st. dent, the cabinet ami other high olliciaN while Edinond Lillard ex- Itev. John Bell Gibson witli n commendto attend the celebration of the opening hibited a gun and Goode asked him exable spirit of religion and courtesy, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. of the industrial enterprises of Decatur, was going to do with it. Lil- tended a warm invitation to him to use He hnd what he which occurs on the --tllh inst. lard retorted that it was none of his his church nnd it wns accented. The a pleasant interview with the President d u business and commenced putting IV. F. McCLARY firm hold that he has on tho hearts of and was assured that the government tlio caps on as if preparing to shoot. this people was again demonstrated for Is a Candidate to rtcretent the Countv of Lincoln would be represented. subject to the action of Goode told him lie would smack his head when ho arose to speak every nook in In the ni'vi the Democratic party oil' if he fooled with him witli the gun, the church and baptistry was crowded CITY AND VICINITY. when one of the white men said, "Do it by anxious hearers, scores standing durIs Receiving His Wiiik screens for doors and windows and 111 knock hell out of you." "No ing tlio entire service to listen to tlio The stockholders of the Highland and Waynes-burnt Sine & Menefee's. you wont" was Goode's reply and they sweet gospel of "God is Love and NothTurnpike Co. v. Ill elect officers fur the ena. 689,31 then had a few rounds, Goode using a ing Else." His text was "To the Un suing year at loo'ilock H. in June I, President. W. MILLER, Sum shot, n sure killer for potato stick, tho white man his tists. This conhis sermon was soul known God" and Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial bugs, at Metcalf & Foster's. tinued for a few seconds when tho white stirring in its eloquence and power. His One school trustee in each district man drew his pistol and shot three voice is ns clear and penetrating as ever The stockholders will be elected next Saturday. The quali- times, only one ball taking elfect and and "age does not seem to wither nor Turnpike, v. ill elect of the Stanford and Ottenheim officers for the ensuing year witli children in that entering the right side a couple of custom stale his infinite variety" of at 1 m. June 1, 1689, at Miller .V Owsley's law fied voters and widows C. M. JONES, President. office In Stanford, the school age, 0 to 'JO, can vote In the inches below tho nipplo and coining out thought and expression. Last night Bro. at the back. The crowd then skipped Barnes delivered his first lecture on election. iiosltkin-irkisia- :; hull, Vanished is and Goode was carried to Ids home by "The Lost Tribes; and the The attention of tho authorities ! Marshal Carpenter, who had by that Sceptre" In the Opera House and to called to tho fact that the jail sowers aie give tho ' No. 971S 11. F. II. II. time nrrived. His injuries are very night at tlio same place ho will If you buy a McCORMAOK REAPER or MOWER you are certain in a bad condition and are liable-- to his tiino painful but not fatal. Goodo Bays that o'.her. It is earnestly hoped that Will bo permitted to serve a few cows at my sta to get one of the best Machines made. an epidemic here. A stitch in at Deputy Marshal Mershon was near and old home, where he has labored so much ble on Lancaster pue in sunuros 01 stanioru, of eoanon, and fee often saves nine. Throe Dollars by the groom, payablea In adIf you bub a McGormack Machine you can depend on getting reBay; tho dilllculty but attempted no ar- for lovo, will repond liberally to tho call 50 cents to Met llei. the Mr. W. II. Higgins received rests, and he also claims that since he and send him away with at least $200. vance, with the pn ilege ot breeding till the cow pairs when wanted, without delay or vexation, which is one of tho Death. proves to be wilh calf. Tins young bull Is not only of the very best most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or a telegram from Mrs. J. Carver Jones has been assisting In keeping order for Bro. Barnes progratnino for the next is individually a very superior anistilting that her littlo son, Prnther, had tho town he has several times been im- week is as follows: From hero ho will breedii'Ki butparticular. He will not fail to pro- Mower; no mistake about it. mal in every of brain fever. He was posed upon by n lot of negroes who say go to IjincuBter, lecturing there Wednes- duce milk cows of tne highest excellence. Iloth died suddenly The McGormack Machine Go. have always been in the lead of his pedigree and his individuality guarantee this. cattle hae for several only n low months old. they have it in for him. He says he day and Thursday nights ami then to The seasons taken the lead in the blooded cattle mark- their competitors in the manufacture of Twine Binders, and with ii' had seen the mon so veraj times but did Walnutta at Paint Lick, Friday and Sat- et by commanding under tho hammer the highest No. 4 and Big Four Mowers they have a line of MaCmri'.s. Mr. W. H. Squires hns been not know them; however he thinks one to more urday nights. Ho will preach ut Rich- price, and having the capacitybreedproduce much their Improved and as milk and butler than any other hero for several days advertising 3 o'clock and lec- and as good beef, they will not fail to retain their chines second to none. of them was young Barnott, but is con- mond Sundny next ut W. II. M1LLEK. Circus, which will exhibit hero Tuesday nights. News- lead In popular favor. Machines before you make By all moans, see telle us that ho fident he did not do tho shooting. No ture Monday and this afternoon. Ho I have for sale two fine registered people nro earnestly request-ecoming your selection for performance for tho low nrresto have been made or attempted papers nnd one graue heiier can. sian bull calves and gives a splendid f tMI W. II II to give these notices as much curren10 cents and it seems that no ellort will be made GEO. D. WEAKEN. Agt. price of ! cents for adults and Stanford, Ky, to put an end to such lawlessness.' cy as possible. children. for 12.') a.c.wALTON,Bus.ManDKor ... ... to-da- y can This the season for Canned and no where else a better selected stock than at T. R. WALTON'S. bor-dei- s. ij GABDEN SJEEB Shells for Walks, Beautiful Flower Pots. mumi wm s. -- j Baugfi-man- n ns, l T. WALTQIT, J. Burton, Clerk. Dn-vi- d I ; I I car-loa- d i I m m k Fi.-hc- r, CLOTHING! . vear-oids- I.y-ti- e, PANTS AND SUITS. SUMMER COATS 5 to-da- three-m-or- e y VESTS, e y Ed-ilioi- 1 Bruce & McRoberts M. (Do MUFIL11ST9 MERCHANT TAILOR SUMMER Turnpike Election. 1 c Hor-tnnt- SPRING AND GOODS! ... Turnpike Election. 11. ... The Long and the Short of It. Captain Aaggic Wayne , ere-at- o Ilolstein-Frelsi- an Foro-paugh- 's d Holslein-FrcI f l- these the harvest. 3,-a- m l . 4v v- y( , i V , i'ifiTy Semi-Week- ly t Interior Journal AT DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. , Published Every Tuesday and Friday $C JPKIt YKAR.IN ADVANCE TWhtn not o paid S2.60 will be chirked.- - K.C. at 4:30 LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Howl in J at ;oo a. m., returning p.m. L.&N. " " " LOCAL TIME CARD. h .....I J 31pm South.., 131pm Exprett train " South.... it 37 pm " " North .... 7m 6 30 m door recreation that they should have. Local Freight North South.... 335pm Miss Mamie Hrice, of Indianapolis, The latter trains aIo carry passengers. of Iowa, are at above is calculated on standard time, Sotar and Mrs. Dickpeddie, The time is about o minutes faster Harry "Wiseman has Capt. McGrorty's. Mrs. B. F. returned from California. Mail train going North Tim Indies of tlio Christian church Kvo n strawberry supper SatunWiy night nnd realized near $100. An elocutionary entertainment will of tho Clembo given In the dining-rooens House Friday, May HI. II. J. and Tom Durham have purchased tho grocery stock of Mahan & Burk. J. II. Otter traded a lot of Shorthorn cattle to John Coniint for a lot of ground In Louisville. About June 1st the dry goods houses will close at 0 o'clock. Everybody can come just as well to transact business before that hour, and thus give the clerks that much needed rest and out- strengthen Who advised her their minds by tho use. ot Ayor'a appreciated tho truth that bodily health Is essential to mental vigor. For persons ot delicate and feeble constitution, vrhethor young or old, this medlcluo Is remarkably beueflclal. Ho sure you got Ayer's Snrsaparllla. " Every spring nnd fall I take a number of tattles ot Aycr's Snrsaparllla, and am greatly taiwllted." Mrs. James II. Eastman, Stonclmm, Mom. "I have tnken Aycr's Sarsaparllla rrltliRrent ttcnrllt to my general health." MlssThlrza L. Crerar, Palmyra, Md. "My daughter, twelve years of ago, has suffered for the past year from Thp. Tp.ar.hp.r .. w - ww- - wa pupils to THE NAPIER HOUSE, LIBERTY, KY., F. W. WARRINNEIt.PWOP'W. I have leased tlie above Hotel and Intend style In very particular, nine It In to commercial men. firit-cls- run. J8-s- WOOD WALLAGE, I 51) tlay horse, ij' hands high, three years old this spring, full brother to Maud Messenger a 6( wilt make the season of tSSg at Charles Dunn's, WA fil a1 ln.r,rt.rtnnlr. fllirMM-.- l mn nit . , X miles Irom Stanford, on the Rush llranih plko 'nstruetlonsjn our rst servlr, Ksrvrlrut u The International Detective, the oHlrisI nsCMsarr thellureau.eontaltiseiact llkelie'.of AT $25 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, aiid for whou. rapture Lnr nwsr.t r6(i(Irec. KendSr. stamp furpartldiNrMoney due as soon as the fact is ascertained or Qranntn 0etictl BureauCo.44 Arcad,CinciMsitl,0 mure psrted with CHARI.KS DUNN. ,4 1 - UESSirrcin. DETECTIVES ,... GOVER'S MESSENGER. s, 4m lre,, Outfitter Men'sFourth Avenue, Louisville, - - Kentucky. HOTEL. this fine Jack, years old, black with white points, 3 hands high, will make the prrscnl season at our unities, 1 mile ninth of Milledgeville on the Danville and Huston tile pike, ' At $10 to Iu3uro a Living Colt. I'artlng with mare makes the season due. Ca.-a- r was sired by Ilutier, he by Stotta, Imported from Spain, He has proved himsrll a uie foal getter General Debility. A few weoks since, wo began to give hor Aycr's Snrsaparllla. Her health hn.s catty Harriet eattics, improved." Mrs. Mass. II. South Chelmsford, "About a year ago I began using Aycr's Sarsaparllla as a remedy for debility and neur'algla resulting from raalo.lal exposure In tlio army. I was In a vtry bad condition, but six tattles of the Sarsaparllla, with occasional doses of Ayer's Pills, have creatly Improved my health. I am now nblo to work, and fuel that I cannot say too much for your excellent F. A. Tlukham, So th remedies' Moltincus, Mo. "My daughter, sixteen years old, la using Ayer's Sarsaparllla with good effect Itev. S. J. Orahnm, United Brethren Church, liucklmnnon, W.Va. " I suffered from NEWCOMB well-kno- MT. VERNON, KY. Hotel is still maintain This old and mg Its line reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe cial attention to the traveling public. M V NEWCOMB, Prop., Mt. Vernon, Ky. Svtt IT. WKIUHT. liVi, Hay stallion. 16 hands high, losled April His first dam by Uray Kaglej id dam by Copper-bottoAc He was sired by Me.teiiger Chief, Jr , by Met-scrgChief, sire of Maud Messenger, 1 tojf J 1st dam Jennie by F.lmo, ad dan by Mambrino Messenger; jd dam by Mambrino Chief: 4th dam hy Imp Napclenn, jth dsin h) Fempett; 6lh dam by Tiger, ;tl!ilmby l)srnsb)'s Diumede; 8th dam by Cannon's Whip, yth dam by hhlpp's Paragon. Mcssenirer Chief was slrwl by Ahdallah Pilot; d dam by tt dim by Mambrino Nlestenger, Mamhrlno Chief. ,Vi He sired Maud Mesenger, 8, Manning record a i6t(; Abel JJtU; Marsel ssi1,; Robert II, recurd J 33; trial tit);, and 13 Milledgeville, Ky ttlicr VIDBTTB, JE,., hands high and Foaled i8!o, a d irk bay, Sired by Vidcttr First dam by Sir Charlm Whip, ht by Imp. Whip; d dni by Gallatin will make the seaM)n f I"; nl mj .table one mile from Stanford on the llustonsille pike . . 9mi POWDER Herndon.of B.xrbourville, who has been visiting at her father's, C. P. Bell, returned home Friday. The Intel est in the services at tho Methodist church is still being kept up. The p.tstor remarked .Saturday evening, nft.r HurviccM that thev had the best meeting he ever saw in the cumuli at any timo in this place. Itev. fettles is conducting the meeting since Mr. Hoi-com- flnestle. lt, 0. H. M'llOBEilTS, M. D., STANFORD. KY. Office uu Lancaster Street, oppoite Court-Hou- sr Having removed to this place from l.ltiertv, to practice Ills prolcssion calls the Mtlention ol the pub lie to the fact l list he wll be ready at all hours Har or ntifht to answer culls in town or country. Thirty years olhis lite were spent in Stanford and he deems it unnecessary to speak ol hi ability as physician and surgeon. A share of the patron, age of the people of Stanford an J vie mty it asked by him. 63 tl At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. Vidctie was by Vmdev, he by lllood's tltack Hank, he by old Imp Whip U p to ,1 ) ears old, Vldette was shown jj times and iriieu only once At 4 years old he could trot in t ji eat). Steve Walker! The well known Jet k, will inane the present ra- son nt the tame place at SO toinsuic a living colt J K FARHIS. 17 net. Abdalbh Pilot was sired by Atcsandcr't Abdal-lah- ; 1st ditm lllandina by M'nmbrtno Chief. He sited Pickardi l8!, Red Jim and others Alesiindcr s Abdatlan (sou of Risdik's tire of Hester J 17). lie tired Maid 1 11; Major Kdioll 19, who In turn tired Hobirt McGregor J 17, sire or ilotml McGregor 1 tot(,rs,tc was sired by Alciander't St F.lmo, recrd 1 Abdallah, ilam said lobe by Imp llcllfnunder,.Vc Mambrino Chief, the sire of the second dam of Metenr Chief, Jr, tired the great Lady Thnrne silk, and Mambrino Patchen, who in turn tired tendon inif, and ijothets In J 30 and better and also sired the dams of Guy Wilkes J lH. ilaron Wilkes iSand thedamiif 13 ethers with rrcords of sound better He will stand the season of it ; at our Livery Stable in OabOuhardat 1 1 Gold-smit- ft ), 4 Absolutely Pure 'i:? I' i trir.ty. This po'wder n"v rvr . A r it cl strength and w inlet iein . Mo't nt'n'imical j.tnd u U can mt lie sold in than the ordlutrv competition w tu the multitude t low test, short old only in weight, alum r Dhoiphite powders. cans. HUVAi. )AK1V; POWDER CO., 18 uj Wall .r- e New York. - B CD ago JEfJ 2. B K -- ! H) P u The three lots of laud belonging to the estate of Thomas Jackson was sold couuty court day. The vacant lot on the comer Main and 4th streets was sold to Dr. Cowan for $1,103. The town trustees bought the other two lots, one on 4th, between Main and Broadway, and the other adjoining the Cemetery, paying for them S2,9"- The Anaconda Club held Its last meeting for this season at J. A. Cheek's last Friday night. This club will have been in existence 50 years next Decern-bThe club never has admitted over 10 members at one time. It is composed of the best men in town, consisting of lawyers, preachers, teachers and merchants. Dr. Beatty is its oldest member and has been a member ever since its e. left. Nervous Prostration, with lanin back nnd hcadacho, and havo been iimrh benetlted by tho use of Aycr's I mn now 81 years of ace, Saritap.u:'la and am allied that mv present health pro'oii'ii-i- l life nre dan to the use ot ond Ayer's Sar.tapurilla." Lucy Moflltt, Kllliugly, Conn. Mrs. Ann II. Fnrnsworth, a lady 79 Tears old, So. Woodstock, Vt., writes : "After sex end weeks' suffering from nervous prostration. I procured a tattle of Ayer's Sarsnpar.lln, and tafore I had taken halt ot it my usual health SlOtolnsuro a Living Colt. We will alto ttand our Jaik, STOMSliT I BUok John, PIL0TW1LKBS. I'.l. i...u returned." On Sunday night, December loth. In the town of Stanford, Ky , a IILACK IIORSK, about 15K hands high. 5 tears old, both hind feet white, (mall star in the fcrehead and snip on now. He carries his tail, hich is very heavy, a little unp sided He was hitched to a side-ba- r buggy, comparatively new. with blue cloth linings lleiides the Stale I will gie lot for the recoseryof reward of $50, the horse, buggy and thief JAS C It Kit). 97 Stanford, Ky. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, ruxrxBKn Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Matt. Pric 1 ; ill bottle, tl. Worth $1 a bottU. bt I. 31. BRICK, t STASLS. Umi SPKCIAL SALE M FEES STANFOUD, KV. ATTFNTION to COMMKHCIAL ami mules bauvhl and sld. horses and tehlcles used in Ihery. CO- - At $12 to Insure a Hiving Ooit. llarney Wilkes by f,eorge Wilketsire fMln jo list, Harry Wilkes 1 tjW, Ac, First dam Rosa CASTELAR, by Rnscoe, son of I'iIim Jr, tircuf thedamofMaud S. JoS),, Jay-K- c See J 10, Ac b) Wobutn )i lit dam Wohnrn Mild Pilot Wilkes will make the season of iStjatJ (The dam ol Carver, I JH A. Winds' farm sW miles from Dansille, on the Mambrino horse bv a tnd dam Daimtlc and L.tmaiter pike, by Mambrino Messenger jrd dam n..L uivnn t.- -. j ) r.i, .1.1 u I... 1.. h.i r... uiu, ni,t,v iiiiiu luui. 6 hands high, sired by Ikirney Wilkrs, tire of lnmpioii ui.r 1 si 1, anil l.n n kti 1 tos nni uini iieur u) .iitaiiiuiuiiu a lit... ji iij Rrll's Mambrino IMot. who at 1 rears old trotted in a t6t and sold fir $I7,' cash Seioiul dsnt (by Star Davis) the grand-da- m ol Kmtstine a Ji STANDARD RULE 6. Mambrino Pilot, Ir, by Keifs Mambrmo 1'ilot by Mamhrlno Chief First dam by Old Gray Ij- - lllack Stallion, lM. htndi high, foaled itSt; bred by A Ootdtjiith, Orange county, New York, iv, u un, ih.i truiiiii uimr iiuiu iiiv ..uiiii Season due At SKVKN DOLL Kits to Insure when man-i- s parted with II ti A CURTIS COVER 14 Ed. Barlow, 2375. I0G2. Sired by SURGEON DENTIST, CO s? to M W p'g. S2. 05 e p Q - 2 r. (0 P O P o ST It makes no difference how honest people are about everything else, it seems to be hereditary with the human 1. .11.. mm .1v . race a jick- up utuuroiiua .!.... uu uui 1.... 10 ..!!to them. For instance, an honest christian lady stepped into a dry goods store without an umbrella, did her shop-ping, picked up another lady's parasol ' and walked out, but in u short time she returned and asked whose umbrella she had, 113 she came to the store without uc-lon- Stanforo. KKTlClC, iTiw.l.rt Only . . first-cla- ss llnpr. ' W'oods 18 Ilreedert will observe that Pilot Wilkes has two Pilot, Jr, crosses, his grand-sir- e. Mambrino Pilot, being a brother in blood to Acalde, sire of H)lat 1 14, site of Susie S tl For fuithi-- r Information call on or address J A. or S. II soger Office south side Mam, twoaoors above Depot M Alto ageni ior me WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING JOSF.PH SWOPK. CASTELAR. ioj, by Volunteer, 33, sire of St Julten tis(, etc; lit dam M1tsN0d1ne.br Hsm-mnnd. son of Potter's Cla; td dam Wells' Star, dam of Artillery 1 11U, and Modesty 1 6, by American Star, l , )d dam by llerttsnd. WOIIURN. 341, by HambletonUn, to; nt dam Mist Cools y b) Telegraph, jot, id dsm the dam nl tiso. Cooley by Friday. . I g I 1 DENTIST. Office on t.arcaiter lrtt, oppotite Stanford, Ky. w. :b. ifie isr nsnsr court house u tyr Arthur Sims, 3041. AND- - ED BARLOW Will stand at my stables, two rallrtj from Stanford, Ky , on tht Knob l.uk turnpike, at Lirery, &cd and gale Stable' "Wyandotto, 5526. Arthur Stmt, Standard No KVt,byGcn Knot, rrcoid ii with 13 in ) iUt and 39 in J jj class First dam by llnurbon Chiel. the sue of Calmar liy Little asiS.iddam seavm of 'SiAr.lmr. Ilnmiiiil-bn-Will make the at hit homc'-Maplcs- 315 to Insure n Living Colt or $10 tits Uufvnon. ft j.T HOCKRR. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY. CAPT. FRANK Danville sIRKIl tlv 1 2 o 2. any. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. p, " S CI B.JILEY, PROPRIETOR ygsspggs se-ti3-- ', At $20 to Insure. Arth ir Sims has prosi-- l himself l be a superb nts non.e and see his colls breeder 111 2:34i. Wilkes 4S, ! JO, H to R 0 ft, OS CO 1 rt ss ? re a. P B eg B DOS "1-1--0 (8 rV London is now clear of typhoid ver, for the first time in 10 months. The trustees and marshal of London having resigned, V. P. Baker, the police judge, is now the only ollicer of the town. show is h'ere nnd tho town tax being too high tor tiieiu tuey have pitched their tents outside of the town limits. Next Satin day is the day fortheelec. tion of trustees for the common school", and the election promises to be a lively one in this district, as the tax question s Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. Firt class Kare and Reasonable Prices. Pay ana nifhl fe- - Trains ate mat by Polite Porters ot this Populat House. tf. sire of Salli" Vagen t si llay. I.V, hands high suudard, Vcluae VIII. A. r R 10H7) Otorge Wilkes IIY 1.W.K WILKF.S it, sue of Oi In I I W. K.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. WYANDOTTE, Standard N fcy Metro- - tit n, one of the best bred sons 01 Kytdyk't LONDON, KY. Hatubletonian, having b.r his dam Hyacinth by Good turnouts and saddle horses always for hire Volunteer, id dam Llara the dsm of wetter 17. on reasonable terms. London It the matt conven- anil uiciinr. u ei res iircciur i :. nana ient point on the railroad to reach placet in the i ijK, and fay F.ie.See la First dam Lad) of the i'late. 10 in the mountain sseltn liy isiinain vscltn, tne tire oi I nine impe , Jd dam an Inbred rlsl i jlH and Jeremiah With Wagoner marr. As 'I hit grand young colt con tains 43 per cent of the old horse K)sdyks Ham-- ' bUlonun No. in, the founder of the greatest trot .?S;s-iMs& 5 tuij family the world hat e.er known, courting through his veins from 4 diAerent channels nameManufacturers of Fine Saddles and Harness, in n- -; ly Rjsdvks Hamh'eKvniau, Volunteer. Metropoli-- , is ctery style and Inisli known to the trade Race 2 2 tan and William Welsh and Trotting K.iuipmiv t a sriecialt) Limited to 13 apprmrd marts, lor further in-''s.lr's6- :S V No. sj East .'.Iain Street, L EXINtJTON, Ky formation or sard, address LT. A KLKIN, 13 c2 s " u n Lancaster, Ky. li. jo or better II. B. 1VILSON, X dam Flora by Skedaddle (lliorauglibrrJ.) dam Medley b Old Water, W) lleoibune, psrer dam bv Sbellen's t'ctegrapli. ti.vm oy r rank iinarssugiiiiretl.l , THOMPSON BOYD, nQsr?5 i- td -1 , -- 3. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, .mm 3 5- 2 s-- 5 ! cf WH. ADAMS (.AHWAV, & SON, nT I XEXINGTON, The Favoriie .Medicine for Throat and Lung Difficulties has long been, and still is, Ayer's jKthimi; soothes irritation i'herry 1'ei toral. It cures Croup, Whooping Cough, lJronchltls, and v M of tho "Larynx and Knuccs; strengthens tho Vocal Organs; allays soreness ot tho .Lungs; prevents Consumption, and, oven in advanced stages ot that disease, relieves Coughing and Induces Sleep. Thero is no other preparation for diseases of the throat and lungs to be compared with this remedy. "My wlfo had a distressing cough, with pains In the side and breast We tried various medicines, but nono did her any good until I got n bottlo of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which has cured her. A nelgubor, Mrs. Glenn, had the measles, and the cough was relieved bv tho use of Ajer's Cherry Pectoral. I havo no hesitation in recommending this Cough Medicine to every one atlllcted." Itobort Horton, Foreman Jleaittight, Morrlllton, Ark. "I have been atHIcted with asthma for forty years. Last spring I was taken with a violent couli, which threatened to terminate my d.is. Everyone pronounced me in consumption. I deter-mine- d to try Ajer's Cherry Pectoral. lis elTi'ets were magical. I was immedl-n'lO- v relieved and continued to improve uiiifl entirely recovered." Joel Iiullard, (milfoiil, Conu. " Six months I had a sovero of t!o lungs, brought on by an incessant vi u'i which deprived mo of l"f' iiml r.'r. I tried various rcmo-(lie- s, but olitiiiuijil no relief until I t ) take Avur's Cherry Pectoral. A few I'lttlitsoC this mudii'ine cured me." Mrs C Coliuni, 'J Secoiul St., Lowell, Mass. aftlli-tewith colds, "Fur cli'llr-I ilu nut ti, "i . i.r f 'IJ'lN, .!..- - svlilrh will glo l'V r Ayiir'.i Cherry ti hem-orr'iiu- io be-ti.- m Drug Office next door pieaclieti at tnei Special attention gisto Whitehead'sof chiWron Store en ditaa.et J. A. Methouist church Sunday ltevs. Sawyer anil U. F. Duvall are holding proti acted meeting on Meadow Creek, Coal Whitley county. I keep on hand a No The prospect for blackbeiries was and Nut Coal in my yard.quaint- of Jellico. Lit) Leave your orders at Yard will be attendnever better and if the frost last Tiie.s- - ed to or S. S Myers sturu .md theyIMGCINS. promptly. J II day night didn't kill the grapes, it is 6 j Star ford Ky (safe to predict that the SwUs will hnej more wine than bread this fall. From the amount of stock that is CarI have secured the services ot a being Killed wo think that it would pay riage MaLer and am prepared to any and all fence the road. kinds of repairmz to lluKuies. Cwrriues. Ac the railroad company to Work entrusted to me will nave in) person! On last Tuesday and Wednesday nine d All work Prices reasonsheep able. WM. DACtillKRfV. head of entile, "live hogs and were killed between Faris and Lily ami two cows were killed near this plaee. Business has been dull at this term of tho court, most of the important cases We base owned "an ico Arnold Schupbach, and will keep constantly depot on Ijni.aier street being continued. on batii. lull supply of the Swiss boy who was indicted nt this Pure Lake Ice court for manslaughter, win, tried Tlitirs- At Ii Cents per Pound, day ami sentenced to the penitentiary In quantities ocr five pou'ids. Now is the time to Tom Hansfoid, threeoth-e- r make engagements for tin- seawti for two years. .NUNNKLLF.Y ci HAMPTON men oikI a cyprian named LizzieTuck- er, were tneti ior tue inuruer 01 juihi liardick, who was found dead by the Rails, Shingles and Shoes For Sib, railroad near JjisI Bernstadt 2 months jury failed to agree until '.) Ago. The Ten Thousand Flat Rails a.d n.oro Poplar o'clock Sunday morning, when a verdict of not guilty "was rendered. Hansford Shingles. on hand Men's, Winer t Mit.t.' ind hate was held for fale swearing in the case, Children's Slioes, made by Alter, and he is also under bond for robbing and Mundelle, which I will tell nt the ver) lwctt I hate bought them and the) must be the depot last winter. The young man priLet My stock Is complete and thoe Mho want sold. get there yet. will probably can get them by railing. I mean busi- is liji. vicnrvox.iv v. t- Itev. V. Uoieing ser t B 5a" 43 3 o 5S breeghlo'aoerT i V Danvillh WlHiet has started in rive races, wan three ol them in straight busts anil third nKneym fsurth. Dam lllr Witkes alto the first and only grandson of George Wilkrs that has produced one In j 30 ur better Danville has twt mine of hit get that are nuwr in training and, baiting accidents, I am will make re.ord of y or better; conAdeat thsl Dinvllle Wilkrs will Wwer hit of 1 n v t.s 1 13 He hat been timrsl the list half in a rare In io,. Danville Wilkes bat preien himself a fine breeder and U sure la praduie trtters and patties ran have a chance to git hit produce now tor a very 1 ir-ord 1 4 low pri e $25 to Insure a Living1 Oolt. The best 01 care tsken with maiet and gratt at he utuil rate, but not rrapomlble for accidents should any occur. Immediately alter the clote of the season Danville Wilkes will Kvlnia training tor a laster record Parties that are well informed know that the thoroughbred bud mutt be tn the trotter anil Danville Witkes certainly has plent) of It, his dam dein; bv a tharsHighbrcd and then the pacing cross be has should trtid to produce fast und good race bones. Danville Wilkes will nuke the season at the Fair W. M. It UK. Oroundt. Danville '; - j tf. 11 Attention, IJtiriiers. r.g." sn - - iEj 1 3 s o n . m. .7s5 .? " 3-- 1 - - ii - &." - sS .8. "- "- I SZzl , iS.?: 2 W tn ' 5? &." 3--n It Pi 3w w H This thonujHire ' w make the sett.nnf iBii at the George Rumeii farm, on the Dansille and Huttotitillc pike, near Mdlcjgctille. at 11 1 SiO to Insuro a Living Colt, Monet due September 1. i'sjo A hop retained on Trailing llic mare all colts until niuney is paid forfeits Inturance Description Hreeehloadcr It a ilch dark bay, with black poitilt, heavy msne anduil, ls)i hands high Hit colts are large, fine and of solid color; can at I. S. Tevis' rrnifiHin. No 47 IlKLKCHI.OAIH'.lt, Ui.fr.alcd in lS3j liy Imp. Illllet, 130. dam Nellie Yilcy, (grand dam af llnicite) by Hob Johnson. 3 dam Mary Churchill by Ales Churchill dam by Imp. Margrave ,'gr.ind dam of King Al 3 fonso 4 dum Mt'tletoe by Cherokee. Susan by Tigrr 3 dam lllack-e)e6 dam by Albeit dam by Algerme 7 8 dam by (rc Alfred 9 dam a mare purchased m Virginia by Capt. Ilurhridgc fur breeding, but ivho.u pedigree is now lost; believed to be byAmerlcut o dam by Imp Monkey, it d.tm by Imp. Mrdle) a dam hy Imp Shark. 11 dam by lmn rVarimu'glil liuportea llillct. sire of aboe horse and alsoMits Woodford, llelvidere. 'I he Lioness, Ac , died lately His git Inst season won !u..04 and he stood second in the liat'of Inning iret. He was get won from il77lo'i3i8 4 years old and his 1 (yj m r r 3-I '- a- - r ', U J3 ITOTIGH! guara-tee- eg? i -- 3 & B"X. H Till: COMIIINi'.D STALLION, . ' 1I11 3 o 11 a x M i' S s r s i M HARRISON CHIEF, JR., Will make the season of 1M9 at my stable between Shelby City and Milhnlgrvillc. In Lincoln county, on the Danville and Hustonvil e pike, at , ' t ICE! ICEJ! IOSI .1 a4-t- s r. :J'.r f ?v' a n ? v 00 CD $15 to Insure a Living Colt Sound and all right Wi I not be allowed to serve mares that are not regular bleeders Money due w hen the colt comes, mare sold or transferred A lien will he held on all Colls until paid for. Description and Pedigrse Harrison Chief, Ir, 11 a ml sorrel, stands 13 hands 3 Inches in height; Ho 4 years vl.l ibis inring: hat biv. tail and mine Clu-- f, he bv Clark Chief, the tire it by llaril-oof Lady Thome J it His dam Lute ihc dam ol be il.im oT Harrison Chief, Jr.tt Hanker by a sou of H ation's Mambrino, be out of a marr by Alexander's Abdallah, id dam by Mtnevokey, bebyold Lexington; jd dam by Sliavvhana Tom Hill, he by Hall blockings, 4th dum by Dav) Crockett: 3th dam by Il.iiccru. 6th dam b) Wells' Crusader. Mr W. II Wilton, of Cymhiana, Ky., sold a combined gelding, a full brother of Harrison Chief J r, for i,ioo, also sold two others at $1,750. Mr Abe Renskcr sold another combined gelding for $6ts,, so you can sec the breed of tlnsiolt Is more sought afler than any alher stallion us they bring pru e than any other stallion. Marcs kept at It 50 per month on grast Catrf taken to prevent accidents but nut responsible should an incur CI SANDIDl.K Mllledg vllle, Marai j;. liAt n j 00 CO STALLION, f ji!, 1 THF.:FANCSAI DLE 'Wallace Denmark, FnaU-May 1,1871); is a rich Mahogony bay, M)4 hands high, heavy mane and tail; Is strictly fine and fan.. v, Is bcth a natuta! and pleasant saddler , breeds fancv and when oiiielly driven In harness style on both goes like a trotter He is high-tai- l sides to the third K'licr.ition; is basked by thor- oughhredt on both sides, making linn seryacttve and sprightly In gait, in form and tinisli a perfect model, lie watsireo ny aumpier ienmarK, lie iv Ooddard's Denmark, he by tuines A Lrcnmells Denmark, he hy the race 'horse Denmark, he by His firt dum was sired by Sir Imp fledgefurd Wallace, he by rodliuuter'i Sir Wallace he by Sir Albert (llwroughbrcd). ad dam byirgimus, (dam of Virglnlus by Tranby, thoroughbred); he by' the celeur.ited Mason's Whlpp; 3d dam a Whlpp mare. ii)i.iu 30. Pasture fer msre .11 Ji'50 per month. No re sponsibihty fora.ctdents CHAS R. HKLL. The Premium Saddle Stallion, I X. . f ffl n DlC5 V t II 1 1 ness. W. C. IIAII.KY, Turnmsulle. VlUHUHUll UUUlVOUll, Ul . 'l f lOflvOnn J f II I I fa er Frankfort Is to have another National bank, with ft capital of $100,000. N. Cuiiiiniiiit has bt'fii nppointutl postinariter at Corhin, vice W. 1 Iti'nik'r A monument to the Confederate tlcail wan unvoiled at Alexandria, Va., Fridav with imposing cereinonieH. Tho htatiiu on a jsrnnite pedestal rupiesonta a soldier in jrniv, after tlio mirrender at Appomattox, turning away from tho itH unvailiiifr honoia. The lljitue in of heroic mze, clpht feet in heiirht. '"Mid pleasures and palates, tho' ve miyniam, lleiwver so humblp, there's no place like homo," Kspecially if blessed with a wife whose hours, arc not tpent in rr.itery caused by thote dragging-dowpain arising from wciknetsea peculiar to her sen. Pierce's Fasorite Prescription relics es and cures these troubles and brings sunshine to many darkened homet Sold by itruggistt under ii potiliw guarantee from manufacturers of fails, faction or money refunded. Read guaruntev on bottlo wrapper. the cleansing, antiseptic and boating quallttea of Dr. Sage'i Catarrh Remedy arc unequaled. u'W).m-il. R. B. GEOGEGHAN. SUCCESSOR TO Will make the ifawn ol 1SS0 u t mv stable in I. an caster, (iarrard county, K) , ami will be permitted to serve marei At $10 the Season, I i M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, Son D114TH AVENUE, ti IllriO, "'JJ . iuvulu- - intuit strent, '''ill.lll." ' " Or. J. C k . -- Ortc!!, Mass. 4,ii - Why l8.lt That people linger aloug always complaining about that continual tired leeling 1 One bottle of liens' lllood Punller aud llloid Maker will entirely remove this feeling, give them a good appetite .id rrjrulato dlgeition. A. It. Penny, Druggist. ler's Denmark, ha by th- - race bone Denmark; his dam I'lcrirc; :d dam by Montgomery's Oliver, 3d LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Tom is a line shaped horse, ter, 318V, dam by old Dreminn Stonewall Jnclton, Jt, uiuls full 16 bauds high bl.ickwitn be.ivj mane and tail; I5JI hands high; beau t ul bay color, magnificent carn.igc and ac- -, 1. natural saddler and will warrant him a saddle lion und shows in the stable Miustas well as be breeder. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish doeskin the fur ring He was sired by Stonewall Jrj ad dam Jackson; 1st dam llelle by ! sa he Cook by Helm's Yorkshire: jd d.im Hob Stock of Stonewall Mos'iy's nice mare, byHainbletonmi. 'I his fine lack it by Oiant, he by Imp. Palermo; Jackson by Washington Denmark, he by Imp, 1 by Old Whip, Mam1st dam by Crusaderlm ttedgford, 1st ditm by Robinson's Samp, on, he by Imp. 111 moth- 3d dum by Imp Hcrir.tnd. Jaco't istdam M siencer.Jr, hy oung American:Up dam by America, by Wake Juke, 1st by llbck Hawk, ad dum by Tippecanoe. Oliio's vnu-i16 hands dam by Old Sweeper.a very last pacer- - Wake Up This is a handioine Jack, 4 )ears old, high, black with mealy nose Will serve a few Juke by DavMiing't Hoy Messenger, 1st dam by Lser brought to the city ot Louisville, now open jennets that be hat the blood Nedle) Thus it will be including the The above stock will make the season of iSA; nt nccessar) to make htm what he 11 the grout and auccetsful tire of hones for all purposes. my farm 3H miles from Huatnnvillc,ncar CarpenPasturage for mires nt reasonable terms KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. H ATS ter's Station, and will be permitted to serve by the P S. Cults will stand fur the season. insurance, of English Hats And also my own and Capt An elegant line nl Canes and Lyon't Wallace $10, Wc the undersigned have bred to and seen the $12.60; Tom colts of the well known horse, Stonewall Jackson Celebrated Umbrella always on hand. Fine Jr.. and It afford, ns plcasuro to tay that he is a JACO at $13 forjjack' colland;f 13 for Jennet. His colts have given satisfaction in good breeder SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, Stock committed to my care and breeding; will every particular number of them have developed well at combined tinimals and have won the receive my personal ntivution. ISrass furnished In the lings Peter specialty Orders out at reasonable rates, 10 be paid for before removal premiums Cecil, show T, Worthiii.-toi- i T. Gentry, Gloves and other Furs, Chat Thomas Granville solicited, perfect atifactlor ginran of stock. No responsibility for accidents ores-- ' D Lnglltli v m. Kiih. tide of city capes. Parting with ttock forfeits insurance. ' ! i 11. WALKLR, Lancatter. THOS. teed. Don't fail toordera NOIII1Y HAT 15 14 i J. STEELE CAI.WN'JE... 11 Tom .Robinson of .Vallate Denmark above, I Mil- 1st dam by Money due when servi- - e is rendered, '1 he splen-il- l I record that Stonewall Jackson, Jr, has made in the fa r rings, combined with the sale of his colts stamp him as one of the grandest sires of the Slate. To show the estimate of his breeding, we have the record to prove that five of hit colts raited by Messrs Harris lime bem bold for Jjo while a muni er of colts belonging to other pirtlesbave to $1,500 Alu sire of Jerry L., trot so d for $ RING0LD7 II V Son Ml'.! ROPOLITAN, ij;i, of Rysdyk't Hnmbletonian Damjorrri:, m HAT world-renown- ed 11 JACO 9 ' Sire of Fannie Robimon, 2 aoi;, Metropolitan by Hytdyk's Ilainbletonlan: dam Hyacinth by Volunteer, gtand-daClara, dam of pexlernnd Dictator, by Seelcy'a American Star Metropolitan is acknowledged by all to ho one of the best and by many the very best bred stallion ever foaled Hit full sitter, Iteina Victoria, told atthu .McFerransale for $7,035. Hie highest price ever paid for a brood mare at public sule lllood Chief, by lllood's Hlack Hawk; dam Mils Duncan by Scott's HlRhlaiider;graiid.dam byAra-tu- s, sd d.im by Ilmoleon lllood Chief tired W ooley Jim a 39 1'unnle Uobinion a aoli ur.d Chief a ti'i Illooii'i lllack sired the dams of on Aitnin j 10M and Almoin, Jr, a ib and the grand dam of llelle (Iruvfield a 30 and Protiene 3 18 Klngold is 4 Years old. bay, ijj; bands b.gh and extremely hue and tlylith will make the season of 18&; at my stub at Moreland Station, a miles nimnpfHujtonville.oiitlie lluitonvllle mid Danville plko Hy lllcod Chief, 701 at at 4 At $10 to Insure a Taiving Oolt. Lien retained on all coin. If any mare It to another horse or traded the seaton will be due Grass furnished at $3 per mnntli. Cure will be taken 10 prevent nccidenlt or escitpet but no responsibility should any occur. vv. 7 11 a. wir.HAM, Moreland, Ky. A wvm VV "if '; ; V 'I'rfi fri'tf-- n sssaswassS m, v-- i tv