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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889053101 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. f -- ?- TiSif pA lS4l I "Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XVI1. CRAB ORCHARD CHURCH AFFAIRS. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, MAY 3d, d889. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. NO. 32 At Liberty, Christum county, Intl., Thomas Kennedy Adams died in his I Huv. J. C. Moyurs was struck by light- IHtli year of consumption at his home ning while preaching. in this county Tuesday night. His re The new Christian church at Lees-bur- g mains were buried in Danville Thursday. A strawberry supper will bu given was dedicated Sunday, about 4,- Jsiot 000 persons being present by the Presbyterian Mito Society tit thro'- -' Miller'B Hotel Huv. W. 0. White, There will be a out Kentucky, lias been stricken with similar entertainment given by the la piiiiilysis in South Carolina. dies at Old Paint Lick church on Friday All the railroads will sell ticket to night, June 7th. win in. ConThe Baccalaureate sermon to ths Mr. I). C5. Slaughter open tint Drip- the Kentucky Statu Sunday-Scho- ol at 4 ccuUui milu for graduating class of Garrard College will ping .Spring next Saturday, Juuu lnt, vention June bo preached by Huv. II. C. Morrison, of with a grand picnic and hall and he In thu round-trip- . The now rniversalist Church was Frankfort, next Siinday at 15 v. i. at thu preparing everything to make the occa-"nio- n an enjoyable one. Mim Maggiellack-ley- , dedicated at Ilopkinsvillu Sunday. The Christian church. The commencement we here- who In well known an an excellent dedication sermon was preached by Mrs. exercises will be held oil Wednesday, to June fitli, at U a. m. teacher for neveral yearn in the Preach Sophia Urubbs, of Decatur, Ills. Cardinal Gibbons advocates high lierevilh) neighborhood, in vittitint them. Bradley, Hubble i& West, attorneys old sceiicn, having arrived from l.oiiia-vlll- o cense as a menus of preventing intem- for various complainants against thu Ka a few dnyu ago, wo underntand in perance. He holds that prohibition is a C. railwav for excessive charges on freight from Rowland to this point, have the interest nlw) of the H.ptlnt Orphan failure because It docs not prohibit. Virgil. ia Episcopalians, after a full received thu decision of the railroad Home, of Ixmisville. Herman- - frienda discusslo. They award to thu parties of the question, refuse to commission. were Kind to (ice her. The strawberry mipper given last Btrike out the word "wliite" in their list the sum of $1, .'78.511. Although a few persisted in going Friday night nt thu College Hall here, of qualifications for church membership. Huvs. Shephard.of Harrodsburg, and anyhow, yet thu rain ami gloom yesterwas a success in every way, highly enwe joyable and n haudrioiuo mini wan realiz Wingate, of Virginia, both of the Episco- day prevented hundreds from going on to Goods ed for the benefit of the Christian church pal Church, will preach hero next Tues- the excursion to the picnic. The chilwe but-thchurch is not yet decided dren, poor creatures, were deeply disapat this place. Although thu evening was day, week. a stormy one, preventing visitors from upon. pointed and many little ones carried 61c, Eld. J. G. Livingston writes that he sorely troubled liearU all the day. neighboring towns from attending, there 7 Xt,n; In.n.rn. Tn.np.im n.. in. . mnvhh 5Zn. T was a goodly crowd present. To the is in a good meeting at Kiugsville and Bro. Barnes delivered his first lecBtmwburrles, icu cream, &e., full justice has had several additions. Over $500 ture, "I-oIsrael," hero Wednesday was done. The ladies showed great taste has been raised for the building of a new night. A heavy rain storm set in about ,.7- 7 o'clock and continued duringthu greatin thu arrangement of thu supper, and Christian church there. m.a o7-,- 7 ble young man had to succumb to A Tennessee preacher has issued a er part of thu lecture, preventing many manv a to their irresistible solicitations to take book severely criticizing those preach- from attending. Consequently only to we something. ers who dabble in politics and those who about 100 were present. The lecture Mr. M. C. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, took part in the prohibition campaign in was a masterly array of truths and facts spent Sunday wlt'i his wife's father, Mr. 18S7 are kicking like blind mules on the and a splendid lesson for bible students V. F. Kennedy, of this place. J. J. merited rebuke. and everyone else. Monday night about 11 o'clock a Carson of Ixjuisviltc, was with relatives The Northern Presbyterian Assemand left Tuesday for home. Mrs. James bly declined to indorse the prohibition barn, about one milu from town, contain-tainin- g 50,000 pounds of hemp belonging II. Hutehings just returned from Hoylu party, but expressed warm sympathy for To be county where she has been visiting her the temperance cause, a very di Heron t to J. M. Iayton, Jr., was destroyed by St., lire. About three hours later thu same. husband's mother, who is very sick. and much better thing. Dr. Morris Evans gave us "Hell" the kind of a building situated just outside Miss Lena Vanderpool is confined to her bed and sutlers extremely with inflam- other day in the shape of a iwok written the town limits and onlv a few hundred HUSTONVILLE. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., 31. matory rheumatism. Elder A. C. Xew-lan- d by himself in I8.S'., giving the Bible doc. yards from the resilience of Dr. Herring, The Drve familv have left us. They Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Is a Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, wu are pe was also destroyed by firu and with it is also suffering with this most pain- trine on that subject, which subject to the aition of the Democratic party. 40,000 pounds of hump belonging to will bu generally missed, but we hope ful disease combined with neuralgia, rusing with great care and concern. Klec.iou August, 1800. Stanford, ky. WesOnly 111 of the 101 young "theologs" Geo. Brown. The two buildings were they will prosper in their Mrs. J. A. Nuwlaud spent Sunday with Traders, Horsemen and A T? Xn?UC! Mrs. J. F. I'ettus, l'reachersville. Mr. at the Baptist Seminary, Louisville, grad about a half mile apart. Layton's insur- tern home. Well drilled 10 order and Pump furnished I1 it 1? AlVlU.EiiA.iO, Stockmen ol the counties This week is a grand literary festi factor prices. 30 John McChord, the gentlemanly stock uated this session. The closing exer- ance is 1,150; Brown's $050. Origin of ut .Marion Ifoylc, Lincoln, Garrard and Washing- tun wu. iinu rtn me news rciaimg 10 waiters 01 in val. The atmosphere is redolent with claim ngent of the I.. A N. railroad, of cises were held last night. C. M. Heed fire unknown. terest to B. S'TUSr the Lebanon, was in town Tuesday nettling and J. W. Carliu are thu only Kentuck-ian- s Programme For the Turnersville Meeting. sweetness, sweet sounds, sweet faces and Central entucky, issued luesdayand Friday of With a fluttering anxiety that give sweetness in the list of graduates. with Mr. John King for some stock. Dr. each week, J per j ear. Send jo cents and try it Following is the programme of thu to every movement. The Bacalaureate lor three months, Address II. G, Iloyle, Business Out of the 55.'l religious papers in S. Blair was very sick yesterday but we Manager, Danville, Ky. & 15 the I'nited States the Methodists have Lincoln County Cooperative Meeting to sermon was delivered Sunday in the are glad to see him out Manufacturer! (lit, the Presbyterians 42, fie hehl in the Christian church at TurPresbyterian church by Elder Stanley, every style and of Kine Saddles and Harness, in The frost of last week did little or 75; the Baptists finish known to the Meeting not thu wild African explorer, but one and Trotting Kquipmentsa specialty. trade. Race no damage on high ground, but In tjie Episcopalians XI, Evangelicals '7, Lu- nersville, Saturday, Juno 8th: No. 3j Hast Slain Street, LEXINGTON, Ky. called to order at 10 a. 3t. by the Presi- who holds wisely and well to un enlightIwttoius ami damp localities nothing es- therans '?- -', Oongregationalists 14, Disdent, J, Q. Montgomery. Welcome ad- ened and progressive system of educacaped without more or less of its. touch. ciples 11 and Homau Catholics 70. S. O. DAVIS, Rev. C. 1. Williamson dedicated a dress J. II. Garrison. Hesponse by tion. Monday night an exhibit of the In places corn was nipped to the ground. s thu President. I'liinpreparauon.wiinouk PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, fm. rncommercial department, under the tSomu farmers nay wheat w ill be but lit- church at Aiigjista, Bracken county, on Ininrv MmftvrT5,tArlr- w Address Some Studies in thu Hevelu-tiou- s of Prof. Anderson, was presented. PIth- Ion. Tvtaor-Mnln- n ''tcoi. tle account this season, yet our towns- the ISth. He found n debt of ?.).'W and MT. VKRXON.KV. by Allen Butt. Tuesday night was given to cantata and ples, Black-Head- s, Sunburn and man, Mr. Win. Stuart, has just purchas- raised l. WO with which to liquidate it.' Office next door to He will dedicate a church near Wiluiore, Address The Church and Missions, calisthenics, conducted by Miss Ford, Specialattentionciven Whitehead's Drug Store. Tan. A few applications will render the ed a new twine binder to m.uiipiilate in Jessamine county, the second Sundnv in to diseases of children most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and John Bell Gibson. Wednesday night address to the under this neighborhood. Mr. It. W. .lumen June. Climax. wliite. Viola Cream is not a paint or iiiN.vmt. Goodacre, of LexingElder convention is having his house on thu Liucastor The State Sundav-schoo- l powdertocovcrdefects, but a remedy to cute. Business, appointing committees and graduates by ton, and Thursday night graduation exIt is superior to all other preparations, and pike, near Drake's creek, repainted and of Kansas resolved that prohibition is a t)l evaugeusi. internal is gAranteed to give satisfaction. At drug-cistercises; Friday night reception to gradu-ales- . is hinted success in that State, while the put in tip top order and it Address Creeds and Sectism, W . l.o- I Wp on hand a No. i quality of Jcllico. Lily revenue collector sav the sale of licens- mailed for 50 cent. Prepared by I have not th full account of this and Nut Coal in my yard heave your orders at (yet wu do not believe it that the gay es has increased. You can take your gan Williams. O. TOLEDO, OHIO. Yard risk the assertion that Will ed to orS. S. Mjprs' sloru and they ill be attendold gentleman docs not intend to remain choice ami believe which you like, witli-- 1 Addrcss-Olli- ce promptly. of the Holv Spirit, but will J. 11. IllGOINS. 63 Stafford Ky Hufl'iiiau "will b there." For Sal at McRoherts A-- Stage's, Stanford, Ky. very much longer a widower. Mists Mc- out paying your money uUm Bro. Barnes will not deliver his Laughlin and sister, housi keeper for AddrcM-- W by I am n Chmtntn, W "It's d- -d hot," was the remark of the and Georgetowu be- Crab Orchard Springs, arrived Monday lures at Winchester given them the ben- - son Gooch. great Heeeher as he entered bis pulpit he has already 1 have secured mid proceeded at once to put her house jelltofthuni free. Tho-- o who enjoyed Addresses limited to I!0 minutes. one sultry Sunday morning. His con- nage Maker and the services ot toa competent Caram prepared do any and all in order and a very brilliant season is tbein w itlinut money ami wi inut price v mllllltmMW dinner will be spread on gregation were shocked. The preacher lindsof repairing to Uuegies, Carriages, A:c Work entrusted to me will nae my personal suexpected at the springs. Impiinert are ought to K'lnl him a contribution. Can't , Miwiiinin. a.l'tv,",, Ullllll.ll :. ,1 lit tin mopped his brow, read the lesson and pervision. AliworL guaranteed. Prices reasonBros. Bell llir you constantly coming in from different ami get up ?purses for Him, VM. DAUOHERTY. county be represented. announced the hymns. Presently, after able. Bolev Suites about the springs. lie advanced to the leading in prayer, DRIPPING SPRINGS. Thostylo went from hounds to terriers, HARRY A. EVANS, edge of the platform and said again in a IasViM.k. A call Inm been made on from terriers to poodles, from poodles to &??t-y?i;.i:-sAig!d- -d hot." The ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, J. L. lb uce to become a candidate for To My Fiiikmh ni I'.iTiioxs: Drip- pugs ami now cats are the fashion. distinct voice:- "It's startled than beagain more STAXrORU, KY. the lejjiHlatuie. W. .1. Davis and Ad M. ping Springs will be formally opened on They are carried in handsomely decora- people were & was the King have bought out their partner, Mr. Saturday, June it with a Grand l'icnic ted baskets, much like those in which fore and began to wonder what HUSTONVILLE, KY. Everybody invited. Those who desire young babies are first deposited. Wliite matter witli their great leader. Altera Engineering and Surveying in They are T. 1. Curry. of dramatic silence he exall branches. can bring their dinners, but 1 will oet a cats must have blue trimming, black few momentshe was merely quoting the young hiiMiucps men, popular and enerAre stitl in the huincs and ready to do any. plained that thing in the Undertaking line. We have a full getic, mid will continue the busiuei--s nt dinner fit for the gods. I have no time cits go witli ltd, and gray cats with soft language of a gentleman who made the s and Caskets of all kinds and Kobes stock of co'l will simply shades of .1 neutral tint. It is said that remark at the entrance of the church a of esery Our hearse, which is nearly old Htand. Thu Commencement ex- to write a letter the ..... ......... l...,o lw.fM... IT.t Hum i1ihtiv.r.l newcan beubtained on short notice. Mr. J. 11. ... 111 IUP lllIJMll-lltT Green has charge of our business and will show ercises of Caldwell College will be hehl sing you a little song, which was suggest- IJueen ictona set the fashion by carry-- 1 n rmm 0Iltriprofanity, which is regarded We have oponed an icp dopot mi Lancaster strert goods to any one needing anything in our in the Second 1'ronbyterian church on ed to my mind by seeing 11 very pretty ing her cats with her from Windsor to 118 classic, ami was pronounced at the and will keep constantly mi hatid a lull supply of our line. Pure I. ale Icu evening, June 1th. Sen- girl out in tlio corn Held a few evenings Osborne. If it ends" in taking all the time one of the most theatric ami enec next Tuesday per Pound, At 1 ior reception at the college on the name ago as 1 was returning from Crab Or- cats out of town for even bix weeks or a tive bits of pidpiUmUory everj.eard. ' "Tr In quantltit over livo pounds. Now is the tunc to . grad- chard: make fiigagemenis fur the season evening from It to l'J o'clock. The fortnight, the rage is to become encour Bucklen's Arnica Salve. A Dropping of the Corn. M.N.MXLCV S; HAMI'lON pv M uating class is composed of the follow aged. Tne be$t salve in the world for cuts, bruises, Twas on a summer's evening, ing young ladies: Misses Kmily Itiee . , . 1U1CI I1I.WI3) ..vu, CHICKEN In the merry month of May, STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. A Hurlingtoii bov of thu under-tli- e peil hands, cmimains, corns anu an skiii erup- Cowan, Ktnina Crawford Nichols, DanWhile coming from Crab Orchard, ..,..... , . . ..... oruo p.i .c.,u... 1.. t '. ueau BOItl Vlineiy, pinned IDS Bisters tlons anu positively cures pues, Ail persons wishing a oleasant life and well About the close of day, ville; Ainu Hendricks, Somerset; C.iz.idji Cure ! made at I spied u pretty maiden, sleeve to her sash mid then told ilis cd. It is guaranteed to give pcrlect katisiacuon, l'(t..U wife let I.ICtil use l'ntent Houryour gro Uriscoo ltupley. Nave llrothers sold i.umiru ioiier Willis. Call for it at cem pc remnueu Down at the old barn, eery, and if they have not cot it on hand, urce j father there was a man in the nnrlor or ",one' . 1. p.nn.. t'rice 25 Kv stanfurd. Monday to J. (I. l'hilllps, of Lebanon, them to keep it, or get an order from them and Close by the river ford, --. There who wished to speak to him. get 11 at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant !2S yearling mules at $115 per head. This 3 A drappin'of the corn, and interesting tainily. The Verdict Unanimous. was no end of fun for about two minutes of mules as has left ciioiii's. is as nice a bunch 98 W. S. I'OTTS, Superintendent. Imi-- . te.tn.es: Suit, dri.SSit. ihppm, and all turned out for the best too. The w A drappin' of the corn, the county this year. Green Woodcock ery best recommend Klectrlc Hitters as the A drappin' of the corn, young man proposed on the spot and can Iambi at 7 cents wold in Cincinnati remedy. Every bottle soid hps given relict In es1 spied 11 pretty uuv'deu R. B. the very next night ho brought the u.ui Ad0nc 11)an ,oo)c ,lx bottles and was cured 7 eaJe cents. and '2o In New York at A drappin' of the corn. Abraham Bur- - of Uhcumatinn of to years' standing tWO oranges. boy n jack kllifo lllld -- SUCCKSSOR vocate. TO- Lsaid to her my darling ' ,,art-lill'gton Free Press. "'KBl,, Hdloville, Ohio, affirms: " The best You know it's awful warm ao .6 . , t selling medicine I have eer handled In my K. Allison, himself a reMr. Young M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, jrltut I'd like to stop a little while Lives Of good men all remind US that years' experience Is Klectric Hitters." Thousands publican, writes as follows to his syndiAnd help you d rap the corn. of utharshnve added their testimony, so that the if we cannot do more we can tell our jo Her answer was my dearest cate of newspapers: "IlrudlcymidSwope e,iunalllinlll, tll,t ElectrIc SI14TH AVENUE, neighbors how Ganter b chicken cholera Go buy a little farm Kidneys or Wood. Only aifl.e,0f ,lie nro personal enemies who do not speak. And then we'll live together druij store. Cure restored our chickens, that weiOJ half dollar a bottle at A H. Penny's Wilson does not apeak to John W. Lew-o- r LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. And I'll help you drap the corn. sick enough to die, to perfect health, George Denny. Denny and Goodloo CIIOIII'S. Is Consumption Incurable ? The Nobbiest & Most Stylish do not speak. Goodloo and Swopo pass And I'll help you drap the corn, &s, Ac. and that if it fails your money will bo Head the following: Mr. C II Morris, New-ar2t refunded by MuKoburts it Stagg. Alk , sajs: "Was down with Abscess of each other with the profound Stock of J took her nt her word Thousands of dollars worth ol the Lungs, and friends and physicians pronouncof perfect strangers If by And bought the little farm For 18 years there was not a law case ed me me an incurable consumptise. Began tak1 hickens die every year from Choi Because I knew in winter niiv hook or crook these geUeinen should in the town of M eddy hemps, Me., nei- ing Dr. King's New Dlscowry for Consumption, 1t would not bo so warm, ra. It is more fatal to chickens thpr. bo thrown into one delegation there the And now we live together ther was there a lawyer. But two weeks am now on my third bottle and able to osirscc ever ill wither diseases combined. Hut the would bo a fat job for an experienced is finest medicine I'll never tell another yarn "n would agree to ago a lawyer hung out his sign in thin work on my farm. It the Decatur, Ohio, says: K er brought to tho city of Louisville, now open hsrovcry oi u teuieuy umifositiveh court chamberlain made'' Jesse Middleware, Hi'caiise we are so busy introduce them all around. There will primativo paradise and now two citizens "lladit not been for Dr. King's New Discovery including thcfrt'orld-renovtnures has been made, and to be conA drappingof the corn. . lie four candidates for thu Gubernatorial are going to law over a pence line. for Consumption I would have died of Lung KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & GO'S. HATS vinced of its efficacy 'only reiuires u CIIOIII'S. honor, Hradloy, Wilson, Swope and m Troubles. Was given up by doctors. Am now bottle is enough fai .rial h A drappingof the corn, Ac, Ac. Goodloe. In the light of the. blunder Sample bottles free at Andaltomy own importation of English Hats lis the lust of health." You Cannot Afford It is guarr one hundred chickens. for Trcaxutvr 110 Sing the above to the tune of "Love that let the nomination and Cups An elegant line M Canes and Lynn's A. It I'eiinVn drug more. reof for nothing it is iitft easy to nee how uuy Among the Koses." Sing in a comical At this season of the year to be without a good If, after using Kinr inteed Celebrated Umbrellas always oil hand. liable diarrhoea lalsain in the' house, as cramps, WhyTsTit oue of them can expect to make a win-nin- e muum-rniibottle, the buyer is not thoioughly when yqu conio to the cho-n- colic, diarrhoea and alt Inflatnni.ihcm of the stomlight if ho secure the nomination SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, CAPS, torisfied with it as a cure for Chicken ach and UjhcI ure exceedingly dangerous If not Tliat people linger along always complaining to ninke it mom realistic, have a for Governor." once. '"holera, return it to the undci signed One bottle of lleggs' Diar- about that continual tired Ircllng f One bottle of Gloves and other Furs, a specialty. Orders out" in your hand and "drap" it. Try attended to at lleggs' Wood Purifier and Wood Maker will eti- in-- ' I The nuuiberof churches which burn-et- l it cevenil tiui-- s and you will bu pleased rhoea Ilalsam wilt do more good in cases of the .!.-pene ,..ia.uUr BuraU r"r nionev will be refunded. ih.-,rl n (ruodannetito iiuooi city soiicmu, ! kind than any ether medicine on earth, Wo guar. I last year was IS2, mid nil but 'i wi Don't tail to order a NOU11V HAT il ty j Kor by sale Mclloberts & Stagg, Stanford dijestion. A II Penny, Druggist. a..d rrgulata D. G. Slavcuitkii. H , it ir janteeit. A K IVnn), Druggist. them took (lie friu their uwu fttiii..On necoiintof Imil weather there wan hint no debate at IIoIiiicm Saturday night. Next subject -- "Doe the World Turn Hound V" The contlnuoiiH rn.ir of the muny in the (llMtnnt woods rcttcinbleB very tnuch thu buzzing of the head full of quinine. There are a great many of them with that wonderful "w" on their hcIiooI-1ioiis WE CAME HERE TO SELL! And Will Be Undersold. well-know- n j l lH-'.- 'O Our competitors would lidve had if would not have come more down the prices have come in ' but still Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, &e., bargains: American Satteeiis at worth. two Collars As u st worth 10c; Checked Ginghams at 5c, c7.j..r Mt. and a pair of Cuffs, at 50c' worth $1; Men's Fine Shoes at Sl.oO, worth $2; Ladies' Fine Button Shoes at $1.50, worth $2; Men's Cotton Fants at oue. worth til. .Rememhp.r thes dnnJ and no shoddy or auction goods. You don't want us buy a whole newspaper tell yon what's true about our business, but want the name of are running seven stores in this State and one in Indiana; we are known sell the Best for the Least Possible Money. will give a few specialties every Hereafter Look at the following Jj THE LOUISVILLE STORE I a household uame for honorable dealing and low prices. Stanford. F. Brinkley Main i. SALINGER, Manager. far-awa- y H. WILSON, ADVOCATE to-da- THOMPSON BOYD, XjtAPpf, XIOK nus-pice- !Mf WiolaCream l0ftAs Attention, Coal Burners. t j O. BITTIVlCrt &CO., ITOTIGEI j 11 a J. T. STJTTOK Ca-e- CO., well-know- n to-da- a ...... ICE! IC33I ICE! Cents 64-- tf j 1AHTEE' Cholera 1 I ' ... j ,...,.. GEOGEGHAN, j uy, ., gSlS: uncon-ficiousne- A1 cd 50-cen- two-third- s 1 - - . "d r. .AfefciAstea .'( Pi ;1? l& A. C. SINE. J N MENEFEB. itnup .iill FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. iiuiu ago of 115 years. 1, ville at tlys Fonr&ALB.H-Jrnohave at the Press cows with young Tho President has appointed J0I111 calve. Apply ,nt this ofllee. ' Convention. J K. A. Whito taught of John Woods published at '25 cents n year, applied for B. Cotton, of biwiatoUft Me., Assistant Stanford." Kv., Mav :il. 1889 four posses, but hadn't trot any at last ac- Attorney General. 111 yearling heifers at '2 cts. of Uronham, counts. Freo tickets ami free lunch are rr. Mrs. Randolph Ilradt, W. l Givens sold to It. G, Hill, of . ll.lll, .1 ...... , Mmnoilf powerful potent factors to the sucms of a xcx., necanie suuueniy ...m... uias little mare for $100. LutliH, ,W. F two Of her children. numerically speaking. -- 0. A. Snoonamoro sold to L.H.Hud- msetiup, DOORS-ABT- D er of Ohio, J lood, mi -P- hilip ,. work )nuKa n (r of Scroll Work, warrior of the Leban was granted a pension certificate- calling j 4;J0. Tub Club The Young Men's Democratic .... 11.. ,nn.n,l ttv.lVitairinnt fili'VG- - on Standard adds insult to Injury ami for 515 ,S!) arrears. This is tho largest i l.Tin Hlmvnr Stake wius worth $3,160 meeting at Owonriioro on tirst payment on record in the pension , Come-to-Tathere being originally J land to Now York by KivinB a banquet cites us to n Cedar and Locust Posts. r f h l.In tho 7th, when.ourd.fhcuh.es can be se !..!.. olllce. 02 entries In the race. " m Ills Honor .uonuay iiigiu. I un.hcr Vrl, W'r will carry a lull tiuk of evtrvtlnnis found m -- A resolution c1.11demn.ug' any form j llpd W Arbitration or blood. We shall Ur(m,r cll)Vt.,.tn,.H beautiful seal A C SI N F., Iliitlneoii Mner speech Mr. Cleveland reiterated his gentleman there, prepared to ot license or taxation 01 1110 nquor mu-fl- c" brown Iioipi'm are to bo exhibited in a democratic principles and said: "There meet tho was adopted by tho United Presbynobly and bravely, no matItoMon dime museum, are no weak, weary or despondent mem- do our part terian General Assembly, in session at what is put before us. James Dunn, of Garrard, bought of ! in the true democracy. Wo know ter bers Sj)ringtield, O. thi) Tr.ivlor Hrm. a bunch of espoused tho cause of 'that we havn Mn. V. F. McCnitv, tho only anThe county levy in Fayette has been right and justice; wo know that we have nounced candidate for the democratic llxed at 2SJ cents. The taxable proper- heifer nt $10 per head. wait Wanted, a combined harnesa mannot permitted duty to country to nomination for representative, js a ster- ty amounts to $22,570,173 and $('.1,000 KKET'S SJ'KCIFIC cure all I crr, ilii'tr, mch uScrofuln, I I'r.c I'mil, l'l. rrtetl Thtiwl, or Kidding four or live years old. Apply White Sttrllin, Syphilitic ditnc lood ill lit iui;i, NVi know that wo ling In A. upon expediency; we Jl per lmtlc democrat ami a capable gentleman. has to be raised to meetdemandscurreiit nil MAVIS' IKON III I 11 KS t the mutt plvatunt to take ril. the Iron lonirs. It euro DypnU nl at Intkiuou JoiMi.sw 1. olllce. have not traltkked our principles for He deserves well of his party and a respect- and accumulating. Vnrn appctltr, rnt ir)u' the bhod, rc;iilalet the it Kivt and imarti new rticrgy to the mini lot -- Howerman Hros., of Lexington, sold and nervmu ylplll i'rlce ). iW b.'tllc success." The speech was throughout ful consideration of his claims is asked of Newport has a sensation In the in- to Hnpps & Hentschell, of Ilaltiinore, (iATI.II'F'S WORM SVKl'l' U rnndf ol the tct worm k.llr nnd cxprllcra known tothrmed-icwas characteristic of tho great man and iriifelon and therefore 11 comme.ida ilvlf It i (dcxanl to lake, fe and reluhle. I'ricett y those who will take part in the nomina- dictment of Treasurer Constans the chestnut mare, MaVy Anderson, U:L'rt, per bottle Ureck-enridg- o warmly applauded. Col. W. C. V. UAIUFF'S MAONKI'IC 1'lt.t.h f.r all l.tycr CoinpUinn, Impalied DiKcallsn, SUU Ilendachr, tion. McCluro for embezzlement, for $ 1,000. and I'm- e t ient per lm7 Ac. Acta at cathartic responded to the toast "The AdManufactured and Icr jli- to the tr.iJo by the the former's shortage being $31,000 anil in Ther isa'ueiienil complaint of the Democrats of the various precincts ministration of Grover Cleveland," the hitter's $1,000. Hcirvity of tobacco plants and it ih iitl WILI.IAMSHUUG DRUG CO., Ky. an eloquent and truthful manner, while should bear in mind that meetings have The L. A X. road and the individual that there will be a reat decieaso in Iloadley alao been called at the voting place in each to Gov. Hill and made directors and otllccrs thereof have in many localities. to toasts. It was a genuine send delegates to the county convention a generous donation of $3,100 toward the t!n iicn-iiuThe cotton industry in India is inuk-inj- ,' greatly en- which will meet here June 3d. bend democratic lovefeast and was pupils, to be headway. The report for last year representative men who will nominate a industrial school for colored joyed. located on their line. show h P7 cotton mills in operation, good man and then see that he is elected. Virginia comes to the front with tin A few years HISTORY repeats itself. 80,000 persons. XDITJO-GIS&c CONDENSED.' hangers-olatest lunatic asylum horror. . It N chargago a lot of deadheads and NEWS In somu localities corn and wheat ed that the most inhuman treatment hn were considerably damaged by the frost succeeded in breaking up the Kentucky The president attended the memori- been practiced on those unfortunates at of Association and now we are told Fress la: week. 01110 of the tobacco DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, al exercises in Brooklyn yesterday. the Staunton Asylum. Georgetown plants with also hurt. that tho "Ohio Editorial Association" An English Syndicate is trying to Near Osage Ulufl", Mo., Mrs. Guitar 'limes ....:.. ,l .tiut.ntwlml nt. Atlunta. r FANCY ARTICLES, &0 H'e distilleries in Kentucky committed suicide because she was barThn,,vLtrm Commonwealth says the P The hi;hcft price of the year for Phytic. ant prttcriptlout accurately como"""il. There are about 12 legal holidays a ren and her death so affected her huscrowd was made up of 17 editors and SO new tobacco in Cincinnati, was paid Fri r was y.-a- how and each Congress adds to the band that he made two attempts to take day, beinv' ?- -- for 1 bhd. line colory leaf, I "invited guests." At Atlanta it number. his life. He will recover. found that the junket had come to a belonirinu to O. N ltrownini; of ral- The president appointed 32 postmas Tho coroner's jury In the Bishop mouth. sudden and full stop. There were nei THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, ters Wednesday, but not a single ono in coso found that the cause of tho 's J. E. Kern has returned from t. ther carriages nor committee at tho de CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. d of splendid death was coma and that the Louis with another pot to welcome the "Ohio Editors;" and Kcn.t"c i A N. -L. has discontinued itssta-Henr- y physicians who made tho autopsy on his broke mules, and Wild 1 to Milled k Co., Kver brought to thi market i'tu lower Iryan delegation of the gang waited on . The when a B.wby, rem,., because tho agent body acted the lowett. Watchri, Clock and Jewelry He. in. good faith, though hastily. raihoad contractors, at SlflT.oO each. Grady they were politely told tiou at paired on hortjnottce nd warranted. has appointed I. Paris Xews. open to was murdered Marshal Rurchett that tho gates of Atlanta were Charles Velte stabbed his mother at NYMcGuirc, of West Liberty, Morgan Cattle in Cincinnati are quiet at 1 to representatives of tho Ohio press, but Grand Rapids, Mich., and then blew out county; Capt. Win. McDaniel, of I for common to bent, Iiom are in fair to a lot of deadheads. 'A strong efnot his own brains. Knox county, and F. G. Har- general demand al 1 to 4, sheep am fort is being made by the free lunch W. C. Graves has been removed and again, butif they of Scottsville, Allen county, as State steady at !t to tj and himlw in fair delan, fiends to break. in on us ,.x.,.,.,i. James Sparks appointed postmaster at mand at T to 7.40. deputies. dp it will not be the fault of ti.n Dealor In Lily, Laurel county, cattle on the There were about At Owingsville the live committee and the Secretary. A Washington dispatch says that daughter of A. C. Rawlings accidentally Winchester market Monday; 72 pood to ! home-ingto- n In his charge to the grand jury at Lex. Judge Finley is seriously ill with swallowed a grain of corn, which lodged fair steers, from IKKMo l,i:!0 pounds, sold Judge Morton called especial at- -' thing like typhoid fever, in her wind pipe, choking her to death at :!.31 to :M and a lot of L'S, U0 to 700 Dr. Ansel Daniel, a noted physican tendon to tho army of loafers, who toil per head. to in a few hours, in spite of efforts of phy- iHi.inds sold at not neither do they spin. On the prin-- 1 and a considerable politician in his day, sicians. Cliir Porter, tho owner of the Crt--- ' s, John II. Hilhnan, who disappeared ole ciple that idleness is a source of crime died at Irviuo last week, aged 88. was arrested at TilC I..UrJCSt, CllCUpCSt (Hid of The paint and oil establish!) lent ofj jne years ago, is reported to have been Latonia ch.iru-recommended that that class bo es- lie with the murder of. pecially looked after. The judge is right. Klei'r, IUdemaker & Co., Louisville, was arrested at Tombstone, Ariz. Hilhnan s yoting Kmil FleiKiuniT, who was lyncl SIindcH , life was insured for $40,000 and after pro- ed near Galveston, Tox.es five years ao. Ono idle man or boy can do more devil-- burned, entailing a loss of $50,000. . A Watertown, N. Y. man hanged tracted litigation his wife was awarded , Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers Stock is dozen employed and it is went than a A Texan is retried to have invent-well that one judge has thought it nee- - himself because his wife wouldn't give $37,000. The case will be full and complete. Wo call special attention to our that will liiik l'.' acres of ed a in has begun work on its com a day. It is Mill imperfect, howev Tho L. & essary to force idlers to show cause why j him the $10,000 he, married her for. of the organiza-altie- s depot, corner 10th and Maple, Louisville, The they should not be subjected to the pen-- 1 er as it will not Kiss the uirls ol the tion of Galveston, Tex., as a city will be with several hundred bands. The build neighborhood whenever it husks a red vagrant act. of the ' Tho best Casket of the kind ever invented. celebrated from the 4tli to the 15th of ing will be of pressed brick, two stories, ear. called on Harris- - june. The -P- roctor Knott pets worse and worse g Embalming ami will be with white stone trimming, under the most approved method when desired. on Wednesday, and proceeded to lay Constable Robert Colo family shot ready for occupancy by the middle of In a field of thrco for the Hiniyar Stakes ' J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalraer. at Latonla, he had to be punished se-- , their grievance before that august indi-- 1 ' j,ee Cochran, at Crossland, Ky., when fall. a pood third, (Joine-to-Tahe informed them that he , attempted to escape on being vidual, but A child was born in Woosler, Ohio, verely to come in to listen to their speeches, rested. being firt and Ixinptish the other day with a veil 01 flesh over daugh-th- o If this means that Mahone is to control Susan .Miller, the face resembling the whito caps worn Confidence in the preat peldinp will have its after this. patronage of Virginia it will redound ter of a West Virginia farmer, shot her-t-o by the gang of that name, which had to reluctantly b-tide the interest of the democrat, for the self dead becauso of n quarrel with her been disturbing the country. The mothThere has been another fnwt in the PB-1Mbreach in the republican ranks will grow mother. er had been frightened by those would-b- e Northwest, the prowinp wheat has all Ten-di- d fight will result as of that Miss Kato Sherman, a buxom been killed np.iin, and the price and increase till the regulators. ' the famous conflict of the Kilkenny nww.L. girl, met her father at the depot Kentucky republicans are sick with cereal went up of a cent on the Jloanl ' tho other day and broke two of his ribs hope ile ferred. They have at last com- of Trade in t'liicapo Wednesday. .Specucats. '" fat a single hug. bined in a notification to the President lators who have latpu lioldinpsof imagiTun President has gone otr to elp Ti(j w,0ff Q, the imm,ered n)i,lion. that there will be trouble in arranging nary wheat, are praying for a frost every strew flowers on the graves of theTNii-- j Amog A SnMf of Clllcai,0( ,m8 re. tlio delegation to the next national con- night until harvest. '"n-- 1 tion'sdead, leaving the hungry of the tobacco crop her oiler of $.0,000 reward for the vention if tho appointments are not About one-hal- f spccdilv made. tuckians still out in me com, ueggmg cipture oJTascott. for Clark has been set. A majority of canAlthough all of the democratic even for a cruin to fall from his table. The Sunday law was enforced in In- didates for State ollices from governor the farmers having run out of plants had fellows are patriotic in theory, but dianapolis Sunday for the llrst time in down received pluralities, the legislature to discontinue settinp until tho plants These they believe that the Nation's tlrst duty 10 years. Everything was closed up ex- chose the republican ticket because Un- prow. From many localities we hear laws of Rhode Island require that the in to the living mid that their cases need cept eating house. of plants. successful candidates must receive a preat complaints trom scarcity tho dead heroes more attention than Lexington the case againat Tho?. majority of all the votes cast. cold weather has caused the At The recent . 11 1. 1.... wiiosesieepissopro.ou.mu.... .!.. It seems to ho pretty certain that Dr. cut worm to do very great damage, and o'llrien, Jr., charged with the murder by ornwuku them to ylory again. wfflg conthllu.d untU Junp Cronin. of Chicago, was murdered of the present setting of B(,Uy at least one-third l, an der of the anu a special venire oruereu. of American which concerns itself with will have to be reset. Democrat. association that the null It is Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select lino of Furniture Hev. II. G. .Schnorr killed himself at tho politics of Ireland, becauso he had HfiiiiLi:. H. V. Engleiiinn sold to.lno. viuitnru in Kiirotii is L'reat. and without aitinioreninl lieloro doing &o left a betrayed its cause and secrets, or shown Wood a lot of heifers, weiphing "00 lbs., and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods ,.nmll,.l Tl.n Wdini; steauiershave their up some of itsshortcomings. supper here can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conbooks filled up to the middle of July. As photograph of a Mis. .Smith, indorsed, IWmaster-Geiicra- l Wanamakerand forJ. The concert and "Tho uoman who ruined my life." of the vast amount of good Matthew Stanley Quay have de- will bo sure to be a success, as our peo vinced that I sell lower than tho lowest. nn indication -- The republicans of Hussell and ex- Senator clared themselves in favor of the prolii pie are usingj,freat energy to make .ill Ameriiain money going abroad for ex- ' eountifs will hold a convention at bition amendment in Pennsylvania a'i.1 happy. James Rogers boiipht a nict men- penditure in pleasure, it may bo I mile lhi khortctl, houre iiuUlcat tielrcn on Mondav evening Governor Beaver gray mare for SI 17 50. Miss HcttioT. in .011 Wednesday, June 5, to nomi tioned that the estimated contribution j completed the republican recotd by preilt for the legislature. Orsiding over a great meeting in its behalf kins' school clovd hero Saturday witn of the city of Philadelphia is $4,000,000 A destructive cyclone passed over Woodruff, or Frank Black, splendid exercises, enjoyed by a viry evi-- 1 Frank The balance of that kind of trade is Clements, Chase county, Kas., Tuesday has made a clean breast of his connec- largo audience. We are inclined to h.i dently going againt us. Kniire Tr.uiu Kiin Through Without Chantfe. afternoon. Several houses were wrecked tion with the Cronin tragedy, and luih the school was a very pr.'iit success an ;- --told tho Chicago authorities a graphic TllR(H't;ll CAK si.hvici:. we commend Miss Hettio to the public as Haiwisox is beginning to show that and three or four people killed, story of the murder and subsequent South lloiind-lr- ain No i.l'nllman Itoudoir lluf. That Chic.igoan who coiiiinitted The a worthy younp l.idv and an excellent of the eomso in a man-holho haa merely an excuso for a backbone. et MccpiuK Cnr. Cincinnati lo New Orleant because of unrequited love for unuid inrv indicted Detective Daniel teacher. Saturday is school election day t hattaii(pi. to Shrrvrport und I'ii Ininn llulfet naming Hon. Beverly Tucker, of and Wood- Cincinnati to UcWonvilIc, via K T , Virginia, as one of tho commissioners to Lydia Thompson did perfectly right. A Coughlm, Patrick Sullivan for trustees, so pleaso don't be so negli & (1 ruff for the crime. Tram No. j, Munn Ilmidolr lliifTot Sleeping gent aayou have in the past. Elect good Hayti, ho withdrew it when tho radical man who gets mashed on Lydia ought to C.ir Clnciiiriati to New Orleant nnd Cincinnati sober-minde- d 10 lacK.niiy.iie. .a w.fi A. Sleeper St. Loul men for trustees and hir-thnewspapers and othnr ultra cranks prom-- J die. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. 10 Judge .Morton decided against the same for teacher, and if your chilised to give him the devil for appointing Judge Vamon hound in .tho holy dren don't need tho benefits of a good a rebel brigadier, if ho did not. The enjoi tiers who attempted to restrain the Conilcimd Schedule III Klfcct Mnrcli jl, i88g. bonds of matrimony, Wednesdey, Wil- common school, ours do, anil must h ivn grandson of his grandfather can no more city of Lexington from issuing 3100,000 liam Stamper, aged 21, and Miss Mattie it. Cox & WaUer's tobacco at 7 cents become a great man than silk can be in bonds to the Louisville Southern L. Adams, a really pretty maiden of 17. road. IKATF.S M)LTlll ear, fKAINSNURTll." pays $90.40 per acre. Tim crop of wheat made out of a bow's No. 41. No. j. No 7. A strong opposition to the return of They hailed from tlio East End. No. 4. ; No. 6. .. io. 3. Ko. 5. Ni 1. is puny and will not be over J crop. T. STATIONS. Daily. Daily Dally. I.illl. Daily Daily jFait Mrs. Emma Paulingford charges Dr. C. Kankins, of Wayne, is up on business. Gov. McCiiEAiiv is in Washington and ,sL.lUor Chandler from New Hampshire Kx. Sun Dally F.x. t.lm. Daily Dm K. Sun.' Dailv, ' l.im. most eminent 6 40 a mi 6 41 p ni 10 Jj a ni 3 3op m m 4 U pm, o co p .11 f ( j ill. l. d .CiniiuK'll . . . -. the Times correspondent says ho had a im8 developed and it is hoped that it Andrew Smith, one of the 7 .Miss Louella Bright is quite sick and is . 8 30 a rn 1 J p m. .Hill um.iawn 1. ve J .J H I.I .......... 47 I' in, 930pm talk with Postmaster General Wanama-- wj uo 8l,cces8ful in keeping him at physicians in Northern Indiana, with being treated by Dr. Traylor. Gvorgo 10 59 a m 5 oj p m 10 9 p in Georgetown 4 10 a niL 7 J4 a in J 38 p in 7 I.otmgton .., breach of promise and seduction, and Camper is very ill. Somoofour sports3 48am 4 ij pm 7 00a m ij 10 p m ni 7 35 pm' 10 55 jiin ioijj in postmasters in Uis district, j,omo. ker about the I,Tp....I.oii. S. "R. R....A"rr. a Michigan mob dragged a ravisher sues for SI 0,000 damages. that was eminently satisfactory, being, men went out some nights ago to enjoy Arr HurKl". '.... ..I.vb. youth, Owen Smith, a ns they are, both Presbyterians. Some f,.om jail with a rope around his neck llurKiii Arr S5 a mi 3 jap m j oam 10 30 p m a fox chase. Soon after the start somo J 31 pm 8 45 Pn a o a in, ..' 17 am I.vc. , ..Danville pm l"s m J Ju a in 1031 p m of the boys will hold from tlio date of j atlti ft0r torturing him in tho mot .lin-the- cloned from Scott county with a voinan of tho dogs began to run and yeip furi 12 jo pm i 59 p in 1116 am 45 m City 1 jj a Junction 5 aoa m 10 jo pm ij 9 top ai i 30a mjii ., ,Sorherct m oj a m 15 p m 00 p in 8 jo a m i)0iiw,i manner hung his dead bodv to 11 two years his senior and weighing 17o ousjy and all were made to exclaim thoy. 300pm commissions after confirmation. jojaa nil 4 IS a in ..Oakdale 6 jo p m 9 35 pm 1. aja in S as is the way it is pounds. At least that 435am bridge. enough they 1000 pin 0 jo pm 7 jja m 8 35 j ml 6 40 p in Ar'vChattanooca..L,ve had caught it. And sure . . 406a m 1.. v wo opine that the poor little 1 00a m John Bakkkt, whom tho republicans 9 iouni 700P m;i. 735am Alabama will give a printed, but had, for they ha I been giving a. sheep n I oa pmi 949pm 4 47m nominated for State treasurer, while ho monster barbecue July 4 complimentary fellow was run oil' with himself. 300pm 300 pm 45 pm l vt... iiirmingnam 3 45 pm homo run und some ono was giving it to I utcaloofta I oa am 10 a m 6 os p in sick abed in New York and to tho G. A. was lying I.'ve It., and skirmishers will bo 10 nop m 11 j pm 4 4 am Ar'j....... Meridian Tnu sheriff" of Harlan, James L. How- them. It is said that tho captain of the 6 30 u in il 00R m Ar'v.,New Orlean ...I. ve 4 Ij a m 135lm could not defend himself, has not yet sent all over tho State to bring in the Ar'v 9 40 p in 5 io a rnjlve.,.. -- Meridian ard, fa down with an order for Jailer crew remarked "tho raco was a success." accepted the doubtful honor conferred "Yankees." 6 top m Jacktop..,...Ar'v 9 10 A m. I.'ve ia visiting relatives Owens to bring to Harlan, C. II., Joe MisBBottio Harris 11 ajain I.'ve. ...Vickiburg, . 400pm if ho is as sensible a man as on him, and Monroe The fourth annual meeting of tho 4 35 Pm 've llooja m of here. Alex Carman went to Richmond Ar'v . ihTvpnrt fton n m givo him credit for being, ho will Kentucky Stato Homojopafliic Medical Standiford, charged with tho murder Bomo "tnm Matt Howard and Enos and James How- this wecK to b. examined by tho mediput it away with scorn. Society is in session in Lexington, with pension board. Itichard Aloxandor Train No. 7, 1'uIJman lloudolr llulfet Sleeping Cart Cincinnati to JacUonville, Fla., via K. T.,V. & ard and Granville Leo, indicted for the cal to Free I'arlor Cara Cincinnati ,.. Lexington, a larger attendance than it was supposed .. t v. iiA...iAt We believe that the democrats of this murder of Cummins Osborne, all of is disposing, of his strawborries readily t. .iOrtllI.OIinii- 1. ;- I rillll ilU. . .lin. .tmwii ii.. A.. .iivb,ii.k rn.. .ey?. 7, en o Cincinnati, uvi c.n.n;n.. w.., de- Shreveportto Chattanooga und Jacksonville, Fla., toCincinnaii, via K l.,Wk G. New Orleanato it could muster. county aro generally for Senator Blackapplied for bail under writs at 40 eta per gallon. James Robinson whom have Georgetown, with taxable property of hubeas corpus. Jell' King haB also livered his lambs to Prowitt last week, Train No 6. Munn' Houdolr Iluffet Sleeping Cart New Orleant to Cincinnati and Freo Parlor burn to aucdecd himself if Gov. McCrea-r- y Lexington to Cincinnati candidate', but if he is, every amounting to $800,000, has voted for wa- made such application and will bo taken weighing 74 pounds. is not a Train No, ,8, I'ullinan Houdolr and I uffet Sleeping Car Chattanooga to Cincuuti and Sleepers 'per . via V. & A. and E. T.. V. .CjG. man, woman and child is for our excel- ter works at an expense of $1,350 to Barbourville Monday, and Gen. Sow-deIf you aro going to Oklahoma, bo sure tonville to FltANK WOOI.I.F.V. Trav Pa.t. Agt , Lexington. Ky I). O. EDWAHDS, Gen'l i'aai. and Tin. A.l Congressman first, last and all tho year for 50 flro plugs. The vote was 158 C .OAUI.T, General Manager, will make application before tho and take your gun; and when tho other lent JOHN Cincinnati .Ohio K-for and --' against. county judge hero for ball next Monday. fellow shoot;, time. Semi-Weekly Interior Jourp The smaller the paper tlio OnOBOtnl-wceklySxlOBlic- "more ' M Uio. J1 tHn J wowevov tit ml tutu nnriniiii uiwi T SINE & MENEFEE, Shingles, Etc., Br.X3STDS BOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, I1-..I- ..I WALTON. ex-so- ld d SASH, !D Mouldings, Brackets and PATENT WrRlE AND SLAT FEITOS, IUm-cU- The Great Remedies . r hr nl Ex-Cit- Ex-Cler- k - - WniinniMburg, Ex-Go- T n JEWELER. S& l'y &2is mind-reader- car-loa- -- e, Bo Ko WEAKEN, Goods five-year-- old '00 I Furniture and Undertakers' STANFORD, KV. j .sj race-hored IJcst Assorted Stock of Wall Paper. ISordcr, Coilltiir Decorations nmi window semi-centenni- HTDESTB.T7CTIBZiX BT7HX&X CASKET, es NEW FURNITURE STORE! MaVUTC HFFMAiVo .d t- """" ; d Clan-Na-tiae- oath-boun- 1 , "ty'lilate V Cincinnati and New leans. 1 sui-Aft- Sic-pe- rt, 1 e I 1 1 . 1 1 1 ir 1 1 lain 1 111 1 .. 1 1 ra U-N. &ifvm e . ,aVii rn'i t UnBimrRi r If j ! o.'""- - I - ' ' T " " "T fclT WTKi s ' ' "i l f Semi-Week- ly iNTteioRjouRNAL Kv.. .May 31. 1880 Stanfoiw, a.c.WALjON.BUH.Manacor MEANS BUSINESS. Beeil, nw crop, ntMcHuhurlR A; Flawr'"' t nnil Landiiktii'n Onrili'ii , Sot'tln tit A. It. Konulnf, in bulk or Watciikm anil warranted. A. H. Penny. rtinroil fri-Hl- ntul jut riTi'ivcil Landkktii'h Garden lVnny'd. Tiik l'Ht l'enny'H. 11 plni'D to buy ilruj;i patent HU'dlehicH ami toilet nrticlos Is nt A. It. ..t.1..ta Jk'HcIIh unil hcIiooI Biipplies of nil ....1..V..1 I..1- - - I. ....It.. fnH'r, imiH trom A. it. renuy. PERSONAL POINTS. Man. J. A. Mirini joined her husband yesterday. Vaiinox is visiting relatives in rayette. Missis Maiiv Joxkh and Mattlo Coll'ey are in l'ineville. Mu. J.T. HatciikuIs conllned to his with a liver trouble. Fiiaxk Mi Kixxuv, of Danville, Is sick nt his mother's, Mrs. Hettlo MeKinnoy's. Mu. J. M. I'iiii.i.H's hns favored this olllre with soino extra line strawberries. Mn. llii'iiAiin Ai.uson, of Paris, has been the guest of his sister, Mrs. .Stephen llureh. and CirMkhhih. Hkxkimit cuit Clerk It. .G Hill, of U'banon, were liere Wednesday. Mn. II. C. Rutins was up from Junction City to seo bis daughter anil attend I'ro. Barnes' lectures. M. G. Iti:vxni.ii, traveling photographer, was hero Wednesday having some printing done for his business. Mu. X. M. A iimii.ii of Garrard, Co., has returned front a visit to his ilutij:h-ter- , .Miss Maiiv ld f Si'Ai-inx- Mrs. G. T. Farri, at lt JWn-stad- t. Mu. and Mu. Gkoiiok I.kk Jamiw nnd Miss Iri'iio Dillion, of Ciab Orelntrd. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. O'Hryun. Ms Maiiv MrKix.vEV arrived bonie estenlay, bearing the honors of gr.ulii-a- ti of D.tuuhterri Collego with becoming modesty. IUuhiiv, of U'xiugton, and establishing the l.ion Taint Co., is Mr. Itiitnwy is secretary and .igein-iestreasurer of tlnifoinpany. Mm ask Mits. IofiH Laxdiiam, of Lan caster, were over Tuesday to meet Miss Altie Marksbury, who has Ih'cii enjoying u visit to a friend in Nashville. MissCiniiun Cmhki:, of Hooneville, who has Irimi iittvniUng Daughters College, stopped over with Miss Mary and waft her guest for a short while. Mu. J am km 11. Gu.KKiisoxhas just returned from a visit to relatives at Glasgow, .Scotland. The trip made his 14th across the briny deep nnd he has got so used to such travel that it alFects bint no more than it docs nn old salt. Cm.. Sam M. Huuiictt, revenue agent, with olllre ntOmnba, Neb., has Wen ordered to l)iiisville. We will be Kind to see the genial Sam, but hope tho change Is not made to let him down liirhtly ntul keep him from having to walk home. J. S. Hi'tiiiM has returned from Hock Castlo Sprimn and says that visitors are already lnyinnlisK to arrive. If letters received is an Indication of a big crowd this season, the iniiiinitciueiit Is satisfied that it will have all It can accommodate. Mu. I II ln-r- e . Fahmkiis thinking of purchasing n Ilito. Haiixks took innoout SiOO nt Ms tlia trncKJwyond i.Crttb .OicliAnl'.yustr-dn- y two lectures here. Wo" had hoped the binder should not fail, to see the Walter dolnyinn tlm Northbound paHcmngiT Hum would linvti been larger, but the lee- - j A iWomH It' will be on .exhibition trnln two or tbreo hours. turer was satisfied, remarking at the MohdnV nnd nil are cordially invited to same time that he knew ''tile paralyzing examine Its numerous advantages. I. YiTKiiiiAV win! Derorntion Day ntul n uHccts of two bits." M. Unite. Xutionnl liollduy, but It was only observed hero by those iiitoimely patriotic peoIt rained all night Wednesday 'and Tun Chesapeake & Nashville scheme ple, the pOMtolllco olllciala and thu bank- most of the day yesterday, and the cry hns taken n Iciim of hopeful expecof too much will soon tnke tho place of tation since the vlit of Mr. J. C. Hode- ets. who tner, of Gallatin. II- tell us that a suit Tiik Merry llarhelortniro in receipt of. complaintsof too little. The preacher got us Into tho snap ought to come to i tenilini; tlun to remits the comnn nn invitation to attend a hop Riven by let-u- p for uny to perform ItRContrni-- t or thrnwlt up, th'j Lebanon Social Club on tho 14. Thu our rescue now and get a season. and that he himself has a suit to make UachelorH have not yet decided on their it. pay him for tho work he hns done or date for their annual June Hop. Nkwh of tho death of Miss Lizzie, ... bed over to him. These B. and Mrs. Mary turn the road Quint n nninber of young folks and daughter of Thomas nro to bo decided next week and if they Hanley, of Mouticello, Mu., has others had planned to attend the Halo's Lynn go against the company, efibrts will bo been received. Shu had gone to ColoWell opening hop last night, but the rain for consumption, but died there of made nt onee to secure the cooperation putiihtop to the proposed fun. Hoit rado disease. Mis. Hanley was n Me of President Ingalls. of the C. it 0. nnd Spoouantoro ought to glvo them another that Big Four, for the iiunediate construction Hobert and related to that numerous rhauce. of the road from here to Nashville ns family hereabouts. originally designed and promised. Mr. Tin: Jessamine Female Institute will Tiik Danvllles will play tho IntkiuoiiJ Hodemer is in fine spirits and thinks hold its commencement exercises on the r Welsh grounds here to tlint we have prospects for the 11th and l'.'th of June. There will be a Jouiixaks on tho cents, road now thnn ever. He also thinks that day nt 3:30 o clock. Admission number of graduates Including Miss is thu first of the sec- if the road was built from here to Alenu Welch, who favored a member of Indies free. This would hnxten the much deond series of tho best three in five, the our corps with an Invitation. Intkiiioii Jooknam having won the best sired consummation, besides being a The Senior Class of Stanford Female two in three. Our namesakes have laying investment in itself. It would or three settle tho question of freights and by College have issued invitations to their challenged tho Somersets friends to meet them at thu College ftom games, tho first to be played here per- putting on a dummy with tho right to run on the Cincinnati Southern to Lex8 to VI next Friday night, 7th. The haps next Tuesday. ington and by the K. C. to Winchester, class is as follows: Misses Minttiu Hup-leThe supper nnd concert at McKen-dre- Hlchmoud and back to Rowland would Mary Hright, Annie llaughmau. Ijii promises church, Hubble, be Itself a paying investment. Dunn, Nan Huughmau, Mary Alcorn, He to be liberally patronized. Mrs. I'riestly thinks Kittle Haughiiian. this 8 or 10 inilcH could be built will, if possible, improve on tho enterand equipped for $200,000 nnd is ready A iihakkmax named Fd wards painted tainment given here and that the supper to put it through in rapid style, when a negro girl white and took hcrtochtirch will be sumptuous goes withoutjisaying. the money is assured. Judge Varnon where the white people worship at How-lau- Doors to the latter will open nt (I and has a construction charter that would n few nights ago, and made the remain open till 7.00 for thu benefit of enable him to build this in spite of the good peeple of that pface very indignant, those who wish to sup before the concert. C. fc N., and ff our people will take hold lie claims to have done it for a joke, but They will then be closed and the concert of it the thing can bo done. In the the rest of the audience are not inclined begun, after which the supper will again meantime an attempt will be mado to be served. Admission to each --'. cents. secure a proposition from to relish il as such. Mr. Ingalls TiiEcmdidates for county otliees are,,,lo which our people will he called to of the Milwnrd Tub representative act. ,1'iano Co., of Lexington. Mr. John T. desirous that the primary for the nomiof a democratic ticket shall be Bowers, is here in the interest of that nation .VKW ADVUlTlsEUKXTS. company and will remain some time. belli next fall, say in November, instead He comes well recommended as n relia of March as heietofore. U will savej ble business man ami a clever gentle- them electioneering in the dead of win- PKCTURES ! man and it is hoped those who wish any ter :iml tii-- llirise who f.iil a chance to thing in his line will giv him a chance. go at something else. Of course tho mm neru-new mtiiunu-nrnd must be consulted in tho matter P"1"'1'" N;w An excursion to Mammoth Cave and and we should like to hear front them belter prepared than ever to do fine nnd large work. return for tne low rate of $8 from on the subject. In tome counties the of the Broadway nominatioiiH have already been made fori for the Christian Church, will start at 7 a. m , August 1S!K). June 1Mb, arriving at the Cave to sup IIWUOO UN IIIUIII per. As the party is limited, an culy Hevkhskii." The case of Henry Baugh' Stanford, Ky. tor term apply to Mr. Ol.f V, II. application should he nude for ticketn. man vs. M. ( I'ortiitan has been rovers- - fiiKfini, aiamuru,ur 10 me at uanvmc, Ky. 3 LOTTIE N. IIOI.MKS. Address W. I McChesney. Jr., Lexing ed by thu Superior Court. The nction ton, for them, or ask ltev. John Hell Gib grew out of a contract for rent of the! V. McCLARY son, Stnnlord, or Mrs. W. L. Williams, l'ortman House nt $725 a year in which I a Candidate to'reprnent ihe County of Lincoln Htistonville, for further particulars. the circuit court held that prohibition iu the next I.CKl.lature, mlijtct to the action of Kkvkiiai, rnrH of it freight trnln jumped I nv - J .w Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Wall P fLOGi! At- - 3 i ul I M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. PRICKS 1 v "J AI.'WAS EtEASOlTABIiE. -'5 Mc-Kinn- y, ... S e ")1 t, ... This is the season for Canned Goods, and you can find no where else a better selected slock than at i ! 1 d, M T. R. WALTON'S. GAKDEN SEBBf Beautiful Flower Pots. Sea Shells for Graves, Walks, &c. SAWS in e for'nVi1;.0; , Lox-ingto- n, FQR SXiE. " i.j iivi. ! F. rmems, mn nss, md fruits, d ends, k Mr-Kinn- continues to itoom the Fpiity Life, of Statutton, Va., ami writing judicies right and left. Gov. Fitzhugh !.ce, who is'nearer the heart.--, of thu Virginians than any man since Gen, Hobert V.. I.ee, his illustrious fa ther, died, has been made president of the company to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Judge Shelley, the for tner president. It is said lhat Gov. l"c refused ?l.",000 a yea from another com panv to take the presidency of the Kqui-tDit. 1Chia.s- v having taken elfect and cut oh" tho bar- the Democratic party room privilege, which was the principal source of revenue, the con t met was void and that no rent could be claimed after The ttoclcholderi tf the Highland and Wayne elect i fficera for the law prohibiting the sale of liquors burn TurnpiketoCo Mill a. m June 1BS9.1tthe ensuing year jt o'clock i, W. II MILLER, President. went into eflect. The case now goes to 'Turnpike. Election. Turnpike Election. lEt'-- J. P. Burton, Clerk. Main and Somerset Streets. Hor-tont- on thu court of appeals. Life. CITY AND VICINITY. Wiin: screens for doors and windows nt Sino & Mencfeu'H. Siaii shot, n sure killer for buirs. nt Metcnlf & roster s. kw potato imlsnti.i new uowem variety at Mrs. Katu Duddcmr'H. pre- Lirr every democrat ntteiul th afternoon and ..i .,..Im,.h i.i.j i.. who will eomu to tho con- ,i..i..rnilned tonoiiiluate t .IIUHIIIIJ kt'llLKJll M..,intf a good mnn'for the legislature and then elect him. : brought some strawMfiii-iiberries to this olilce yesterday from tho patch of J. 0. Carson that measured six inches in circumference. They were of tho Sharplette variety and Mr. Carson gavofl.50 for seven plants of it a few vears ago. All but lour men, inn no nas a large patch now with plants to sell. Sui-iin- "' ' ", Tiik nrettv little damsel at Hock CaS- ii " ""'s- tie Springs, wiiohi us a bouquet of lv described, sends mountain flowers, charming reminder of her lovely self and the beauty of tho surroundings, where "Turreted crags frown down upon wimpling waters nnd foaming waves go hissing liko sibilant snow between tho gloomy bowlders of monumental and massy magnificence." passenger conductors on this division but two nro left to tell thu tale, Capts. Matt Lowo and II. A. CabTho others were notified that their le services were no longer needed, simply this nnd nothing more. Tho public is left to conclude that tho discharged men have not been making a fair divide with the compnny, but if tho suriniso Is tho latter Is slow to Bay so, as it bo hard to nrovu in court that a " would if conductor had been dishonest, oven fuco tho music. tho spotters would ,. Out of six W i K cor-rc- ct House Tiiii:i Marshal George I'ayne, of Rowland, arrested and lodged in jail Monday night, George Stephens, charged with stealing a hoie from Dud Holmes. He swapped the animal with Watt Fields for a young horse nnd thought then that he had one of his own. Thu trial was set for Wednesday, but on of the nbsence of witnes-e- s was I ill cITit for sale on circus played in postponed till 2 r. m. Foil hi Wish's There seems, however, no necessity for nn ex hard lines here. There were not a 15, 18S9, amination, since he has confessed his number at the first performance to The following re.il and personal property crimu. Stephens is a son of David Ste- pay the license, which was S42.50, and AND phens, who was killed by l'ayno a the tickets were returned to the small TWO DWKI.I.INV. HOUSLS strtet, one ducllm uit Main opposite the ago in a row, raised, it is said, by crowd present, who were then invited to Wcatlierfoul Hotel, two lories and co itains, 6 rooms with No. ordeli, staMci, corn crib boy. Ho is about IS years old and witness the "practice of tho company the caw lot, .vi. ; looks every inch the criminal he is de- Tlllti presented SOIlie HOOd fent tires, in 'The other on Panvittc street, n'nw occupied by .Mrs. Woods, with 4 roonik .1 veloping into. flit Ilic Show il II Very CrCllltablO OHO The storehouse is sHiuted on .Mnlu street, adjoinInz thodwelliri-iithe west Mdc and tonlains j COLORS AND PRICES. for the money throughout. 'Hint nij;ht rooms below with room upstuits. Biio. Bauni' route for the delivery of was npiiiii small and WedncH-i- l Alsoullmy llnur)Hld and Kiuhcn Furniture, the enitrd Lumber, Owl Arc. his two lectures, Tho Lot Tribes; and iy i.lk'ht tin- rain came up jtiht nit tlie Theabost roil ostnicis located in a desiriblc part w its follows: To Tho Viinlsheil Seontre, of the town an J In good repair. Any one wishfor Mai linn commenced nnd no per ing to huv privitely before) diy of sale c.ill on night and night at Waluutta time T. D K..ku1i, Danyllle, or Mrs. C II. liishop, formance was uiven. I he concern seems Church, Paint Lick; Sunday Afternoon destined to RO to piece.", Unless thej' Tortus, cash in hund. Sale at to o'clock, sharp. t " '"ck l.e will preacli at Hielv c' SllO. better streak of luck. Tho show "od nml the following Monday and Mrike awortli tlm money cni'nien ana we: T D Kiguhi AlCtlnT1.s is well hicsdny nights will lecture, From ther.UOSLTEIN-- I KKISjIAN BUM., hope our people will jlve tnein a bene-- l ho goes to Mt. Sterling, lecturing on the fit when tliey next endeavor to perform. ! Aagjjie nights of June Otli and 7th. Saturday No. 971S II. F. II. II. he will go to Lexington and preach Sunof Kev. Georgo O. Hnriiea Tiik lectures Will he permuted to serc a few cows at my staday afternoon, iltli, following with hi on "Tho Lost Tribes; nnd tho Vanished pike at lecture thu 10th and t It. Then to 1'ar-- Sceptre" proved as entertaining ns they ble on Lnncaster by in suburbs of Stanford, of tho Bonnon, and a fee Three Dollars ad the on the l.'ltlt and Mill and thence to wero instructive and plausible, nnd those 50 cents tn Mnt privilege ot groom, payable iu cow breeding till the vance, with tho Nicliolasville, arriving there on the 15th, who intended enjoyed a feast of reason proves to be with mlf. best of This young preaching in the afternoon of Sunday, and imagination that is rarely obtained. bteediiii;, but bull It not only verythe scry aniIs Receiving His supeiior is individually a 10th, and lecturing 17th and 18th. From Tho lecturer seems to demonstrate very mal iu every particular, lie will not fail to pro. ducc milk iowi of tne lushest excellence. Iloth nnd not the hit pcdian-- and his individuality guarantee this. there ho will go to Harrodsburg and lec- clearlv that the cattle hic lor Tne ..,...!.. nil... season taken the lead in ,he blooded cattleseveral ture on 20th and 21st; thou to Lnwrence- - Jewish race is God s chosen mark. y commanding under tho hummer the h.uhest Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit burg to preach on tho 'J.h, Sunday, and P made to Abraham appear tO bo ,,fiGuaranteed, Give him a Trial trt tirnf1iir rtwirt rind hin.llisr llio Pa Art lecture 21th and 2oth. He next goes to literally fultilled to the milk and huttcr than anyuthcr breed nnd at much ood beef, they retain their 'nil Versailles, where ho will lecture on the people, wlio form a nation and a compa- and us popular favor. will not V. II.toMILI.LIl. lead in nights of 27th and 28th, and then to ny of nations, and nro destined to conI have for sale two fine registered Frankfort, arriving there on thcSOth. The quer and christianize tho whole earth. bull calves and one trade heifer cnlf. W. II MlLLEIl, next day, 30th, Sunday, he will preach In Ho believes that this will bo accomplishStanford, Ky. tho afternoon and lecture July 1st and ed by the bloodiest war ovor known, af2d. It will bu seen that but four lectures ter which the nations shall learn war no a week will bo delivered and that Bro, more ami tho millenium will bo ushered If you buy aMcOORMAOK REAPER or MOWER you are certain Barnes will preach on Sunday at the in. The whole nrpnnent is so inf;oniue, places hu happens to be. As he is deliv- so eloquent nnd so plausible that the to get one of the best Machines made. Proprietor ering these lecturs with the object of hearers hang almost on tho E. H. BURNSIDE, If you bub a McOormack Machine you can depend on getting reraising funds to pay tho government for speaker's wordB, which arc chosen In his pairs when wanted, without delay or vexation, which is one of the hat the homesteads ho and his family have most KUted and charming manner. Tho Ho Hotel In Kentucky Is a belter reputation, and its proprietor determined that it most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or taken up on Sauibel Island, it is hoped lectures nro tho best investment of time shall be maintained. Mower; no mistake about it. that his friends will liberally patronize and money that n man could make, nnd The McOormack Machine Co. have always been in the lead of them. Tho admission is only 25 cents it is earnestly hoped that Bro. Barnes He hat recently added to its appointment to each lecture, a mere nominal sum, will bo greeted with largo crowds everytheir competitors in the manufacture of Twine Binders, and with when the excellency and worth of the where ho goes. His object is to raise their Improved No. 4 and Big Four Mowers they have a line of Mamaterial is considered. Our editorial money to pay off tho government claim Alto chines second to none. friends in tho towns abovo named will on his Sanibel Island homesteads nnd Livery Stable By all means, see A First-Clas- s Machines before you make please assist tho lecturer all in their pow- you can assist in tho worthy cause, becoming er by giving currency to tho dates men- sides enjoy a rnre treat by hearing To accommoda e the demandt of hit incrcated your selection for transient patronage. Ileit Turnouts furotthed Commercial Travelers and others. tioned. GEO. D. WEAKEN, him. 1 vi-r- nt Tiik Railroad Commission finds that The stockholders the tho K. C. extorted on the Iincastrians Turnpike will clnt oforKi-- r Sunford and Ottcnhcim for the ensuing year at Millrr.V Owslej's law in the matter of coal freight, charging 5 at 7 p m June 1, C. M. JUNES, I'resiilent office Stanford. cents a hundred for the 8 miles from Htuland to Lancaster. It furthermore Hails, Sh.ng.ss and Shoes For Sals, thinks that :i cents should be thu maximum charge and in conformity with that Ten Thousand Flat Kails acd 10,000 Poplar view it nwnrds to those who brought the Shingles. I havon hand Men's, Wcmen s Misses' and Wesley West, suit ns follows: To J. Children's Shos. made liy Alter, Koraood & Co. will ell nt the lowest $100 attorney's fee and cots; to and Mundclic.uhich have bought them and they must be prices H. A. Rurdett, HWA'i, and fJo attorney's sold. My nock i complete and thoe who want bargains can get them tiy railing. I mean busifee and costs to Ward & Bro.$441.07 and ness. W C. IIAII.KY, Turntrsville.fee and costs. The claim $75 attorney's of West Bros, is held to be barred by Public Sale of VataiMe Town Properly. limitations. 111 CLOTHING! "IN - - I - PANTS AND SUITS. 25-ce- nt sufli-cie- Saturday, June 1 : few-year- s 1 STOItK-hous- e, SUMMER COATS AIX VESTS, ! t.ml-n.A- c - n - Bruce & lYIcRoberts, fflo Co - ' Captain Wayne MUPUHYe, SUMMER 1 L U lle-- t, MERCHANT TAILOR Annlo-baxo- n c ", llolstetn-Freisi- an SPRING AND GOODS! rOllli-ie- - ( w Knalish-speakln- n Holtlein-Frei-sia- n m The Long and the Short of It. THE MYERS HOUSE spell-boun- d Pool and Billiard Parlors ."I theso the harvest. 4 At. rl ' r- - J A - .nfc t- rr- - ,,,mnmmzm.--vz- u-- ...., j.. -- w- lrfiltFP'PJlJJ Nrfri s Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT PITHY PARAGRAPHS. K Published Every Tuesday and Friday 9 "When not to paid PSR YKA.Tt.IU A.T3VA.NOBJ $2.60 will be charged.- K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7.0011. Train leave tlowlind at t 4:50 p.m. m., returning L&H. LOCAL TIME CARD. ...I J Ik Mail train going North South Express train " South Local Freight North South. also carry passengers. The latter train The above it calculated on standard time. Solar time ii about o minutes faster ' " " North- - - 131pm S7Pm Jt;am .630 am J55P m Pm y?3QLS!JrX . H -- m . m n POWDER Absolutely Pure purity, never varies. A marvel This strength and wioles wiener.. More ecrnomlcal than the ordinary kinds and can not be sold in competition with the multitude ot low teit, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in can?. nOVAL MAKING POWDER CO., ork 18 106 Wall street, New pow-der v s i s. p p E 'i to p arm o o dj " s3 w P O co 5 8 5 g. -e -. g 3 cr? P ro 2 p C 5. ?o ?" 3-C- o 3 to tlie other dozen and the whole 14 DENTIST. were sick at once and medicine hud to be mixed in pitchers and bread pans. office on r.ancat?r trt, opponte iourt haute n n' A Territorial editor says in his paper: Stanford, Ky. "Yesterday we were again married. It, will be remembered that both our form-er wives eloped with the foreman of the .office. To avoid any further inconveni- LONDON, KENTUCKY. once of the kind we this tune married a ladv who is herself a compositor, nim rpAUi Vi' si.,. Wiii ,. the tvne while we hustle for, B'"ih"' PROPRIETOR till ducks who Still OWe 011 Sllbscrip- - Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. First 1 About 150 colors arc now obtained from coal tar, which lias almost supplant-- f I Who advised her pupils to strengthen cd vegetable and Animal dyes. their minds by tho uso of Ayor'a Bar IViinuta are now ground into n kind 01 1 saparllla, appreciated tho truth that Hour, which is both nourishingniul pain-trble. An excellent porridge Is mntio 01 bodily health Is essential to mental vigor. For persons ot dellcato and foeblo It is said that electricity is npplienblo constitution, whether young or old, this modlclno is rctunrkably beneficial. He to tannins and that leather can be prosure you Ret Ayor'a Sursiipurllla. duced from the raw hide in four days bv it. " Every spring and fall I take a numMiss May Davis, an Oregon pirj only ber of bottles of Aycr's Sarsaparilla, and crack n walnut with her am greatly benefited." Mra. James II. JC years old, can leetlt or lift a barrel of Hour with her Eastman, Stoueham, Muss. Ayer'a Sarsaparilla It ntnl a "I havo tnketi 'A devil fish weighing 2,000 pounds wits, with great bcnetlt to my general health." Ml.ssThlrza I.. Crcrar, Palmyra, Md. caught some days ago in the Gulf of "My daughter, twelvo years of ago, " .Mexiront-ot- . tunnes, rm., U n has HUlTerodfor tlio past year front tourist fishermen. necessity for people who There is no s "want but little here below" being c began to about it. They have a mire thing A fow weeks since, wo Her health frfro her Ayer'a Sarsaparilla. has of getting what they want. Mere! ant Mrs. Harriet II. greatly Improved." Traveller, battles, South Chelmsford, Mass. The fast steamer, City of I'nris, hns "About a year ago I began using Ayer'a passengers, fehe is a hnge room for 1,000 Sarsaparilla as a remedy for debility 03 feet in breadth vessel, 5(55 feet long, and neuralgia resulting from niala.lal and 4 deep. 6'liu draws'-- feet and 8 exposure In the army. I was In a vtry bad condition, but six Iwttlcs of the Bar- inches aft and 21 feet l inches forward. Ayer'a J. F. HurtiiHt, of Dcdhsun, Moss,, the sanarilla, with occasional doses of health. Tills, havo greatly improved my other dnv, by 11 standing hop, skip and I am now utile to work, and feel that I jump of b7 feet and J inch, beat the reccannot say too much for your excellent ord. He cleared 40 feet with three standremedies." F. A. riukham, So th world's record. ing jumps, beating the . Moluncus, Me. Tlio marriage of M JennieChamber-lain"My daughter, sixteen years old, Is at Cleveland, 0., to Captain Xaylor using Ayer'a Sarsaparilla with good effect.'' Itov. 8. J. Graham, United Levland, 11 rich Knglishiiuin, will take place in about a fortnight m London. Brethren Church, I)uckhanuon,W.Ya. " I suffered from The wedding will doubtless be one of the eventsofthe Iondon season. The trousseau i to cost over $10,000. with lame back and headacho.'and havo One of the funniest freaks of the prohibitionists is it petition to the New York been much lienetlted by tho uso of Ayor'a Sarsap'trlllit. I am now 8D years ot ago, legislature requesting that body to deum s,.iislled 'that That anil proloiigt-- life my present health cline cider to be "intoxicating.' and are due to the use ot is the province of a court, not of a legisLucy Monltt, Ayer'a Sarsaparilla." Kllliugly, Conn. lature. The hitter might declare Croton water intoxicating, but that would not Mrs. Ann II. Farnsworth, a lady 79 mako it so. years old, So. 'Woodstock,. Vt., writes: we s.tid to a re"After several weeks' suffering from Harriet BoecherSto nervous prnMratlnn, I procured a bottle porter who called on her a few days ago: ot Aver's Sarsapatilla, and beforo I ''My life seems like n dream. My work hod taken half ot It my usual health is done and I am enjoying the luxury of returned." perfect rest and freedom. I can't remember what I read nowadays. Mv mind is blank. But I am resolved itito love." ruerxEKD DT All have expiTiin'ed a kiss, but n.i are not able to tell what a kiss is. It re-- 1 Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Matt. Price $1; all bottles, 1. Worth i a bonis. mained for Dr. Henry Gibbons in a re-- c nt lecture in San Francisco to tell all about it. He described a kiss as "the, anatomical juxtaposition of two orbicu-LEK V. HUFFMAN, laris oris muscles in a state of contrac- SURGEON DENTIST. mil. Kkntick., Stinfokd, At High Ridge, near Stamford, Conn , there is a wife who is the mother of 14 Office outh side Main, iwodijors alwve Depot Si. children, nil living, and none of them twins. All but two live at home and these two, catching the scarlet fever, went home to be nursed. They gave it The Teacher TUB NAPIER HOUSE, LIBERTY, KY., M X SB AT F. w'. WAWtlNNEIf.PROP'lt. s ttylf in ery particular. cial attention to commercial men. first-clas- Hay horse, 13V4 hands high, three yesra old this 6V sprlnu, full brother 10 Maud Messenger will make the season of 1SS0 at Charles Dunna, )J miles Iroin Stanford, on ihe Rush !lrani.h pike J XTC x n. Ed. Barlow, 2375. STANDARD RUt.K 6. ttlnck Slallion, l6f hands high, foaled lISiJ bred by A. Ooldajilth, Orange lounty, New York, t have teased the above Hotel and intend 8S-i- Spe- S25 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, WOOD WALLA6E, I jt j Money due as soon ns the fact is ascertained or mare parted with. CHARLES DUNN. 14 Slrod by CASTELAR, 1062. ist dam Woburn Maid (The dam ot Carver, and dam 3rd dam i;H) by Woburn )) by a Mambnno horse Outfitter Men'sFourth Atenue, Louisville, - - i"j Kentucky. H.OTEL. si CASTKI.AR. iooj. (bv Volunteer, m. aire cf St Julien t iijf, etc; 1st dam (Miss Nodine.br Ham years old, black wllh white mono, son 01 This fine Jack, 1 i.iai su 11am sveiis nut, points, 13 hands high, will make ihe prraent sea- dam of Artillery s 11K, and Modesty J s6, by son at our siables. 1 mile ninth of Milledgcvllle on American Star, 14; 3d Jam by llertrantf. the Danville and HiistnnUlle pike, WODURN. 341, by llamblelontan, loj 1st dam . MissCooley b Telegraph, 301 ; d dam the dam of lieo. Cboley by Friday, a Living Colt. At $10 to OiBSAR; Insure I T ,.....by Mambrlno Messenger lam-oiou- General Debility. NEWCOMB well-kno- Mrlliig will' marcnias.es the season uuc. C.Tiar was slreu by nuiivr, lie uy sioiis, iiupuiicu irora Spain lie has proved himtell a sine foal getter ED BARLOW Will stand, at my stahtes. Iwo milt s from Stan ford, Ky ,011 lli Knob Lick turnpike, ai I.WRH.HT. MT. VERNON. KY. Unlet Is (ill maintain This old and mg its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe cut attention to the traveling public. At. P. NEWCOMI1, Sj-t- 3 MlllcdKfsU'e, Ky. $16 to Inauro flop., t Mt, Vernon, Ky. Arthur Siras, 3041, Wyandotte, 5SS6. Danville Wilkes 2:34i. AND Arthur Suns, Standard No, joji ; by Oen, Knos, with 13 in 30 cl.us and 39 in I J class. recoid First dam by lluurbon Chiel, the tire of Calinar llniMiui;bred 3U;adtlam by Little Arthur, nome."Maplcs,' Will make Ihe season of 9 at his a Living Oolt or $10 the tioaaon. j T HOCKIJR ! 0. H. M'ROBEUTS, STANFORD, KY. M. D., llr. iS Sire nfSallm Yagen 1 8, bands high. Standard; Vclume A. T. R. a ,10187.) 463S, 311 VIII, Nervous Prostration, Ayer's Sarsaparilla, JACKSON HOUSE Reaonble Price. by Polite tlOllS." J a 5. B 2 o ct 01 "Levi, VOU have been long that you are selling price, 1 should. think you ! ' JlrW "I'n-ltnenir Misdcr v advertising FOTrjn,art.met goods at half- - House. would be ruin Brown, class Fare and Dy anoNiMhi , .07-t- f. Porters ot this Popuiai i a a in e lis 3J es C B I 8m ammwdsm Ajcy p. O CD xn t lt P p CD C en e WM. ADAMS & SON, I 4- "You rainriTtu-- been losing "'atUly Altornoy at Law, now for ten ware that I know of.LVJtg - - - - Kontuoky. "It's n fuct, s'heh) nit'; hut von ,: ting, Stanford, MIsder Hrowii, l vin get mv ryvuruiaiiii Heaven, llllil don't "VOU torgOt Itt" I Will practice in all the courts of ilii. and adjoin ne counliea and in the courts of appeal store. Sti!-- f' MUnl.-r- f. AlllCni.l. dnur : Tninm thinking to oht.it n Hynipatliy) "1 iv. ilium, I idii't cot nowheri! that I kin call a home and 1 ain't cat nuthin' all duv. Would vim mind it mum, if I nlep' in the wimr here until mornin' .' (who knonB 'em) Ladvof SeaSOU OpeilS JllUC T, "Xoj I ain't got anv objections. You can k . . St c,o - l'rd frm Juc 10 July 1, per drop down thero nnvwhi'iv; onlv romem- "Cottage Rent from June lo July i. per week J 30, lnr tlmt nT ilrm't t'hltrgu VOU IlllVtlling o fur lndinV. I tdiall I'XDtTt von to fihovtd lioara per wees, alter juiy 5 5 the Biiow nwiiv from Ufo houso In the Cottaje Rent perjweekalicr July Single Me.d 5 moniin'."-L(- ft. nir." Sfi pretty WALLACE E. VARXON, .,,..!, fltTI-nv- u- A-- 1 The best 01 care liken with mares and gran si he usual rate, but not lesponslhle for scclilfnti should anyiHrur. I Immediately after the close of the season Dan M. villa Wilkes will golniiiramlnglora taster record. Parties thai are well Informed know thai the thoroughbred will make the II7ES7, SALE AN!) FEED STABLE, This the Ccorge Russell farm, on iheits inn of igfto thoroughbred 1I00J mul Ihas in the irotter and plenty of it, his Dinsitle and Damlllc Wilkes certainly at dam deing by a thoroughbred herse, and then Ihe Hustoiiville pike, near Milledgcvllle, at pacing cross lie has should leud to produce fast STANFORD, KY. and good rate horsei. Dansille Wilkes will male the season at the Fair (Wounds. Dans I'.le. W M, HUE. Money due September I, t'soo. A lien retained on SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL all culls unltl money Is paid Trading ine marc Horses and mules bought and sold. forleils Insurance travelers THE COMIIINED STALLION. Description llrecchloailer is a rich dark hay, horsesand tehLlcs uted In liter. Only black points, heavy inane andtail, Uti hands with Also agent for the high. Ids colts are lai(e, tine and ol solid color; canbesernatl S Trsis' WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO- ranicmsWill make the season of i!!--) at my stable between HRKHCHI.OADKU, bat, foaled in I Wo. Shelby City and Milledtteville, In Lincoln count,. No 47 011 Iht Danville and Huslouiille pike, at llyliup. lllllet, 130. of llinette) by 1 dam Nellie Viley, (grand dam Hob Johnson, a& and $alc $.15 ivery, a dam Marv Churchill by Ales Churchill j dam by Imp Margrave (mud dam ef King Al- Sound and all right Will not be allowed to serve fonso mares that are nol regular brer Jers. Money due 4 dam Mutleloe by Cherokee w hen Ihe colt comet, mare told or transferred A lllack-cjeSusan ly Tiger 3 dam lien III be held on all colts until paid for. 6 dam by Albert Detcripiioiiand Pedigree -- lsrrison Chief, Jr. 7 dam by Algenne. is a red korrel, stands is handi j Inches in height, 5 dam by lire) Alfred. 4 searssdd this spring; has bli tail and mane, He 9 dam a mare purchased in Virginia by Capl isliy Hartlxin Chief, he bv Clark Cluel, the tin lluibndge for breedinj, but whu-- e pedigree f Lad, Thome t iJ His Jam Lute thedamof by Amcrtcus. isniiwlust; belicsedwbc llankrr 9(, 1 he dam of Harrison Chief. Jr, is o dam by Imp Monkey. by a.on of Wallnn's Mambnno, he oul ofamarr II dam by Imp, Medic) by Alcsander's Abdallth, ad dam by MinrtoVey, i dam by linp.Sharl,. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. he hyold Letinton; 3d dam by hhawhan's Tom ij dam by Imji Fearnanghi Horse ana j Hill, he athdamby LONDON. KY.. liiiporica iiiuci,sire m ais.miss etl; 3th by Halt Mockinifs, 6hdam by Davy Crock, ilsm by llalciii, Wells' Cru Good turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire Woodford, Uelviderc, Ihe I.mness, Ac .died lateHis crt last scasan won fiji.oss and he Mr' W. II Wilson, of Cjnthlana, Ky . sold a on reasonable terms. London is the most conven- Iv was rombined gelding, a of lent point on the railroad to reach places in the stoud second in the list uct winning tires. He IMS full Lroiher of Harrison Chief won from 8; lu 71 sears old and his of the State Jr, for fi.Jou, nUosold in the mo'intain oilers at Si.tso. Mr Syjj.jui 30. Kenaker udd another combined gelaing for re so per moaiia. JSio, tojou can see the breed of this coll tt more rasiure lor mares nt ? v spoftslbility for acHidenis Mtughi after than any slher stallion at they bring CHAS R. HELL. better prices than any other stallion. Marcs kept at t 30 r month on grass Care " 5 S r- u ? taken 10 present accidents but nol responsible C SANDIIM.K shM any occur -- GOVER'S n f?.'l? - ff Millcdgesillc. March T7.1U4. ? fi -- ' - rr 1 I '- " " llav stallion I hands high, touted April tH, His tirst dam b) lira) Lagle )d dam li- Copper- n by Metro. WVANDOTI'E, Standard No one of the best brrd sous 01 Kysdvk's lamMelonian, hasing lor his dam llracfnth IpJ Volunteer: td dam Ctura Ihe dam of Desler t 17; and Dictator, lhelriof Diterlor a 1;. I'hallas First dam Ijidy a 10. IJH anJ Welsh by William Welsh, the sire 01 Prince and Jeremiah it$i; ad daman luliied Wagoner mare, Ac This grand souiig eoltcon' I tains 41 per cent, of the old horse Ktsdskt Ham. bletouian No. 10, the launder of the greulest trot, On Sunday night, December 30th, In the lown ting family the world has ever known, courting III.ACk IIORSK. about uH through his srins from 4 diflcrenl channels name.Ki,nln,,l hands hlth. j jear old. both hind feetwhilt small ly Rysdsks HainhieMiiiaii, Volunteer, Mctropoli 'star in tho forehead and snip on nose. He carries lan and William Welsh. his tail, which is ery heavy, a utile one smeu lie Limited to 13 approved marcs For further inr buggy, comtafatively formation or catds addicts was hitched to a new, with blue cloth lininijs lletides ihe Stole T A KI.KIN. 13 reward of J50, I will give J5 for the recovery of Lancaster, Ky J AS C It KID. the hor. buggy and thief Stanford, Ky ,7 e Impc-rUlaaJ- Office on Lancaster Street, oppote Court-Hou- se Itavlns removed to this place from Liberty, to . T - 1. .t ... practice Ills prutosion, rails ine imrniran 01 inr pub lie to the fact that lie will be ready at all hours iiit or nncftt in inmrr cans in inwn nr vnuiuiy. Thirty years ofhls lite were spent In Stanford and he deems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability as a physician and sureeon. A share of the patronage of the people ofSlanford and sic nity isasked by him. At $20 to IiiHure. js, Arthur Sims has protrd himself to le a superb hrreder Call ami see his coils at mi noine STOliBlT side-ba- Vr.i or better Flora by Skedaddle thoroughbred. I 1 Medley by Old Wasey, hyllenthune, pacer 1 by .Shclton'a Tcleiiraiih. by Frank thoroughlred. 4 ianviun likes nas starird In rise three o( them in slralk-h- t heals and third rir.i. In money fourth. Dam Die Wilkes Is alsothe first and only grand sonoflieorKC Wdkes that has produced one in I 30 or belter Danville has two more of his get thai are now in training and, barring accident., will make records of s jo nr heller, Uoldes, lam confident that Danville Wilkes will lower his record of a 3,i4 to a j. He has been timed the Is.t hall In a race In io)t. Dansille WIH.es has proven himself a fine breed er and Is sure u produce UMters and parties can have a chance 10 uct his produce now tor a very low prile I llyUeore Wilkes dam dam dam dam SIRED IIY LYI.E WII.Kf j, sire of 61 In J 1 $25 to Insuro a Living Oolt, I. IIRUCE, BREECHLOADER $IO to Insuro a Living Colt, first-cla- ss HARRISON CHIEF, JR., - gtablc' to Insure a Uvlnjj Colt ase - - 3-- ir'l ,v to r- rjS3 MESSENGER. - 1 $"." si s3- t - i, KALE'S WELL. 1 1 -- o 1-- n a 1 2- - g-- a 5 S s p s r- a s ii-6- - ; tliL-hmis- '89. 5 g n - n v 9 TL .- ; - " n s - 2 5 5 :: r. 3 - i u. lii' a Z o rl ri 1 , 'C - j. y 3 X ' - IIKOVDWAY, LEXINGTON, - KY. 11: Favorite Mcillclnii I relieves Coughing and induces Sleep. Thero 13 no other preparation for disease of the throat and lungs to be compared with thU remedy. "My wife had a distressing couch, with pains In the hido and breast. Wa irloil various medicines, but nono did her any good until I got a bottlo of Ayer'a Cherry lVctoral, which Um cured her. A neighbor, Mrs. Qlunn, had tho measles, and the cquuli was relloved by tlio uso of Ayer'8 Clierry l'ectoral. I havo no hesltutlou in recommendlug this Croup, Whooplns Cough, IJroneliltH, ami Asthma; buotlios Irritation of tliu Larynx ami L'nitces; sttuuKtliens tlio Vocul Organs; allays soreness of tlio Lillys; prorents Consumption, anJ, even In advanced status of that disease, uerry . mul Luii;; liui long uceii, and still Is, Ayer'a fur Throat Diftl-e,i:Jc- w It cure Cough Medicine to every one afllicted." Kobcrt Horton, Foreman lleadlijht, Morrillton, Ark. " I have been allllcted with asthma for forty years. Last spring I was tnken with n violent couh, which threatened to tcrinluntn my 1iijh. Jlvery one pronounced mo In ciiiisiimptloii. I deter-iiiIiiito try Ayer's Clierry l'ectoral. mn- threi for dijiimtching pilous toinletiin-fto die In r'tjw York wljl.eost 52,720 each. Two hundred voltTlriri'Y'nough to kill a mini, but 1,000 volta!wlllvh' ust'(' To send n stronger current' through it iiiiin would make charcoal of Ids body. 1'nderthe new law tho criminal will day and hour of his exeilrtJnott-th- o cution when the "warden, hIiltIIT and enter hit ell and bind hi.s hands. A p.dr of hi wen. in the poles of which are the metal p'ate.s covered with sifongesg which toriu ono electrode, and acupion-tiiininthe other electrode will then he put on him. He will he placed in n large reclining oak chnir nnd wcurey fastened. The wires from the dynamo will he then connected with the electrodes nt tho head and feet, the Hherid' will touch a button nnd in loOth pint of a Keeond the criminal is dead. When the first shock passes through the body nil tho muscles become rigid, the limbs will bo convulsed nnd groans will bo heard. While these inanifehtations nre not lie- comniinied bv nnin on the part of the criminal, itHcems humiiue to avoid evun the anpeanincu of torture, so the current relax, this i kept up until the muscles taking about live seconds, men mocaii and shoes have only to he removed anil for burial. tho bodv is The A elri'trintl I'Xfcnlion chint-- d 111 Horses well cared for, per week 300 (Everybody is cordially Invit-- d in visit us early the. season and get advantage of the educed A. L. SPOONAMORK, rste.. .Respectfully. P O. Addres, Stanford, Ky. sfrif r a 5 r 5- - 's -2 "- - O c Lntti.lll. He wassiretl b Meenser I Intl, Jr , by Mes- - ' Chief. sire (if Maud .Vesscnger, a I6t , 1st sender dam Jennie b) hlino. id dai bj Maw tin no Mrs ' sender; 3d dam b) Manibnr.st Chief, .th darn by Imp Napoleon, jih dm b rewpetl; bth dam by Tiger, ;ihdam ly Darnabs's lum.,lc, 8ih dam liy Cannon's Whip, ojh dam h Shipp's I'aragon. Messenger Chief was ired b) Abdallah Pilot ; tst dun oy Mambnno Messenger, id dam by Mambrlno Chief. As He slrsd Maud Mitwuger, Mars pi l. Manning record a hi; Abel i n(j'; Ribcrt II, record 13s; trial Jjii...in,l other fast ns. Abdallah Pilot was sired by Aletander't Abdal lab: tst dam lllandma by Mainbruio Chief He V-- 1 'Ilii i A i WICsU mm s iAk?jww-ftH,4,,,- iki "0U?WISVIUI HtwAlgUTlChlCACOR at. NEW FAST MAIL -- Leasing Itolh ' LOUISVILLE & 10 CINCINNATI Travelers, tired I'ickards .,.. T a " is ?! Tal,,'- en e tt w es? '"I 4 m p,r; OT.H.KCIXiTOIT KOWI.AND, KY.. i He 0O s Dealer In n Queens-war- l-?- T tl -- - Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Coots, T r-- e Sfi ff " Sit L T- 3 2 E. Shoes. Clothing, Hardware. l'ln are, Furniture and "X -- a . O) others ilh. Red Jim and O....I..I,. 11. M. .. tH i.t 1 I7.'f). Ilesiied bletniiaii. aire of Desler Maid 111; Mnjor Kd.all 19, who in nun sired Itoherl McGregor) 17, sire of lloiinin Mc liregor a i6f, Ac, c St Elmo, rcc ,rd 1 so. was sired by Alcsander's Abdallah. dam said to be by Imp Htllfoiinder.Ac. Mambrino Chief, the sireef the second dam of Mrscn;ierChief, Jr. sired the itrent Lady Fherne I'alchen, who in turn sired a liSi, und lxiiilon a inland ij ntliitsln j sound bilicrand also sired Ihe dams of Ouy Wilkes 1 H. U.ircn 18 ar.d thedamt "f 13 ethers with records Wilkea nf 9 maud better lie will ttaud the season of iSfty at our Liver) Stable in C ab Orchard at .L.l-ll..Gold-amit. Daily, Secures THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Ever attempted between the great commercial cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence the fattest lime ami most comfortable trains between alt palms in the South, or to the Wen and Northwest. 1 he counterpart of this iraln on att Hunk lines is denominated 'Ihe Limited Espreis, The suicrl rolling slock e employ gives patrons Unlimited Comfort esTAt all Cu 11 1 iii Ticket Ollicet in ihe Soutt you will find our lime tables and tickets, Sa) Mo-nogel Monon nnd suck to Monon, il you want 10 sae money and have a ptcatant Journey. Conoral Lino of Groceries, Fancy Candies, Canned Oncd, &:. All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for i;oodi. ' e n a o 3 5 B r w r.s a. 5 "! . - " J' - 00 $IO to insuro a Living Colt. We will also stnndaxir J.11K, S i ? CO Established 1825. At SKVEN DOI.I AltS ti insure Season due when mare is parted witli II ti .VCl'RTlSliOVER ,4 Slack Job. zx, Oeneral I'astcn-ie- r Agent, Chicago City Ticket Agents and Office's I. M, JIutKNKtt, jjt 4th Ave.. Louisville, Ky IJ. A ToaxKNcr. uj me Cincinnati Ohio k o. Mccormick, .a' ' n, M FOB ' IHS"TJH;A1TCE TIIE:FA.SV"3AI DLK STALLION. jOli Ky N Route V Co. K. D ! On Dwellings, Household Furniture, bleres. Merchandise, v , apply (: tne old "Wallace Denmark, Foaled May t, 1871); is a rich Mahogony bay, mJ4 hands Inch, heavy maiiu and tall; is tlnctlV fine nnd fancy; is hah a natural and pleasant saddler; briciU fane) and when quietly driven in harness He is high tall st)lo on both jtoca like a trotter side- to the third (feneration ; is batked by thorboth aidet, inuUnBhim very active oughbreds on and sprightly In Kail; in form and finish a perfect model. He was sired by Suinptcr Denmark, he bv Ooddard't Dinmatk, he by lialnes ,V Cromwell Denmark, he by tho race horse Denmark, he by ri..i,p.',,.l Ills first il um was sired bv Sir Wallace, he by Todhunter'a Sir Wallace he by Sir Albert (thorouuhbrfd;: ad dam by Mrzinius, Traiiby, llioroitghlndj; he Main of :;,Ji.,t,lasr.ii's Wlilnniid dam a! ..... vv.vV.-- .Vt hlpp mure. . RING0LD. IIV METROPOLITAN, ijjj. Son of Rysdyk's Hainbli'tonian Dam JOETIE. Ily llirod. Chief, 701 Sire of Fannie Robinson, a aovJ, Metropolitan by Itysd)k's Hambletonlan; dam Clara, dam of ll acililh bv Volunteer, giand-du- ni Dealer and lliilatnr, by Seeley'a American Star ,n i nr L iwiw In! ,il liv all la tin one of Ihe lies! uud bv nuns the very belt bred stulllon ever foaled. Ills full sitter, Reina iciorl.i,. sold at the McFerran sale for $7,015, Hie highest price for a cvir paidChief, brood in j rent puhllraate dam Miss bv lllood't lllack Hawk: lllood . I .1 '..1 iiiiiiaiiuer;Kruuuu.iiii Utincan ny scoirs ,.!.,., I N. A-- .M Only one Night out to Now York. Solid Vestibuled Trains to Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. ,Hh"lnK ,. "'"" .... "" 'K" Washington, Philadelphia, Daltlmoro, Now York, Time Card in Effect May la, EASTWARD. Lse Stanford " l.esington " Winchester ' K. U. JuiictioH.. " Mt, SterhnK " Siepstonc " Morehcad ... Olive Hill . OEo. Il 11RUCE, Aent Pasting all the Famoti Virginia Springs by day light and arriving- at Old Point Comfort nnd the Sea Shore the neat allernoon 1885. ltrirffi:ts Airs, K. Cubitru, MiiiW. iiutf. uiiilrely recovered. "Joel liullard, (liiilford, Conn. ' Sit iiinutlis no;o I had a sovero "f tln luuys, brought on by an ItiresH'iut i'ou;h which deprived mo of I tried various rente-dlw- i, mid sleep but ohtulned no relief until I n to take Ayt'i's Cherry Pectoral. A ftiw lintllusof tills incillcino rnred me." bom-orrlmii-be-en- were inaIi'iil. I wa.t lmiuedi-atol- v mlluvod uud continued to Imnrovu You may sing of the beauty of ipringtime on the cheek of the young, That glo Hut I sing of a beauty that's rarer Than any of which you have sunp 1 he beauty that's seen in the facol Ol women whose summer iso'cr, The autumn like beauty that charms us Far more than the beauty ol jure. THE GALT HOUSE, t.. ' LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST i 1'J Sucoud St., I)Well, "For c'HIfav1" mr i.f 1 1 11 im 'yen 1 nwy.-u- r)c 't 1 "f "" 'v n!llli'trd with colds, . 1 r ' ont), 1 io ma viilfli will uho 0.u'h."-..lii't- nu Hut this bouty la acen too ranly. The faces of most women lose tlio beauty of youth too aoon. Female disorders' are likefrosts which cometo nip RATES S2.50 TO $4 PHI. DAY. ACCORD-ItI- C health, without the flower which betoken which there can be no real beauty. If our AmerTO ROOMS. ican women would fortify themaelves ngainst tho approach of the terrible disorder to prevalent A RUSSIAN BATHS IN HOTEL atnoiu ihem, by using Dr I'icrce'a Favorite Pre- TURKISH scription, their good looka would he retained to a ' tweet old age." This remedy is u guaranteed cdre forall the distressing weaknesses nnd derangements peculiar lo women. HOTEL IN THE CITY. I b1 lllood Chief sired um, id dam by Tiiiiotcon Wooley Jim aw l'"annio Itolilntoii ot, and ' lllood't lll.icl; Hawk sired ihe dams Chief j 3iH ! of Von Arniin 1 19W and Almoin, Jr, a 16 and tho grand dam of Hello llrasfield a 30 mid Prctieiica 18. Son of Wallace Denmark above; itt dam by Mil- , c,irs 0111. nay, 151, nanus .1... - nun myii is , i VIMil er's Denmark, he liy tne race norse iwnmars-- 111s c Kinuoiu line4 anu siyii.u .I i:.l. y si iu,i,c idu vii.uii Montgomery' Ohser, 3d , dam llcrlio; id dam by .Station, a utiles Tom it a fine shaped nurse, ' I'M 'at my stable ut Morelaud old dam 'i7.. llreiinun ,. hin.l. 1, i,. north of llutioiiville.ou the Hustonville uud Dan - .,..1 ..,,,, IJIUCS. Willi 1. IICrilT il,." "I," ...11. "3 ."- -' It a natural saddler and will warrant him a saddle ville pike .... y 11 A ra- -I . Tom HoTainson .i r'aiiMail FastVct rolivTilll Daily Esprcst. Acco in Sun. Dally. Kr, Sun J 7 ani a 31 n ni 11 33 am 6 40 pm 3 40 pm K. I i "" V, i tut .' 1'lHIV w t . . ;.u "j; Ayer tt (Jlierry I'.'nUi), liivtilu- street, Dr, Pierce's I'ellols, one a dose. ache, constipation and indigestion. Cure head- IsTOTXOE. " Ashland. " breeder. At $10 to Insure a Living; Colt. " Catlcltsburir Huntington...,.,, Arr White Sulphur,. Lien retained on all colts, If any mare Is " Charlottsslllt lo another home or traded ihe season will be due, " Wathinlon be furnished ThU fine Jack is by Oiiinl, he by Imp. Palermo; Grass to prevent at $j per mouth. Carebutwill re" llaltlmorc no accidents or escape taken Imp. Mam" I'lulailelphla ist dam by ltohinsoii'a Sampson, he h) ad ilum by Imp Herirand. Jaco't istdam sponsibility thould any occur, S, W1GHAM, moth," New York W. by lllack HawTc, aditJinby lippecanoe. " Richmond. Va... Moreland, Ky, 17 ' OldPolniComforl This Is a handti ine Jack, 4 y"' olJi ' ahands few nOM). Will serve ". JACO 6 40 pm 6 S7 Pin pm 7 54 pml 7 so pm a 03 pm I 7 3pn 3 10 pin n jo pm) g 30 am 4 oa pm 10 40 am t7 Im a5Pm 10 58 pm m 10 11 , , 6 50 pm 03 pn, 7 43 am 7 J pm I i"i 7 d 33 35 10 3 am;... jo am , high, hl.ck with mriily my larm The Prldo of Woman. transparent sm is aiwayu sUn of Pur blood, and1 all person, troubled with I dark, gftasy, ellow or blotched'akin enn rest as- -j .tired hi ihelr blood is out of order. A few dose will ro- -' ileegs' lllood Purifier ft WkhI iiio'vviho caute and the akin will become clearand tran.Qireni Trv it. and Iftatlsfncibm II not civen It Will o.t you iiolhlnj;. It U fully warranted A. K UrurcUl A c r 1 ear pcarlv-un- u - Wc have purchased the Stanford Woolen nnd Orist Mill nnd filtud It with new and first-cla- ss machinery and will be(;lii on , . 'if ; Dr. J. C. ?,.; rhf - m-.- i i:V , Hit Lv.c", Mass. sf,i, GKO. D HOPI'UH. T.J, HILL, JACO at Jjsfor'Jsck roltlandlf 15 for Jennet. To jo custom grinding and carding,. Our Mr. McROllKHTSJR. M.S. il.VUnll.MAN, at tlie Howell ha had over 40 "' experience kiiowl-o- C Stuck conr ill, d m n y cam and breedinir will J,M. McALlSTEU, J.K 1IRUCE ItllllT. tnisiiiettaiid ho liaiaciulredn thoroujth S.II. 1IAUOIIMAN. Orass furnished S. II. SHANKS, ',al (, . of ,fclh ,he branches. It udditun there will receive in) MRS HENRY IIAUlsll.MAK, A M tM.A.NU Me th e , o 1. paid for before removul , an expert 10 assist him in cardiliK Olse tit a uirriiMi, W HOLMES, JOII - K.T PUNCH. resioiisi'ii'lli for accidents or es- A trial. Tlio hbhest market price pari for ft ,J oftW 1' V IT Willi I' C. I'ARHISlI, J, HAYDFN, M" k i'ticiv. t .umiib. irtl r nea 1. Ill H K.l I M 1 11., wbltB corn HOLMES D V. t CAkl'LMLR SatUraay, .. ,n.i. innn may lOXfl, IOO, rSl) al The "above stock will make ihe swson ofCarpcn. i inlhtfroin boHiistonville.nenr by the serve ler't Station, ftud will permitted to This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and iiwiirunce.. ....... others not Id trospiss on our lands without perfull-- POSTED. " Norfolk ... 0 13 put ., 9 ao pni(,., 35 pnii,., 5 jo pm .., 6 J pin .., - .... 1.., 3" im',., lm , ' . I... Wallace at 512 50; Tom at $10, mission, as nil such will he prosecuted est extent of Ihe law SiKiicd: to itie Returning Ka.l Mai arrive Lexington l45 noon. daily Lxceul Sum av Aciomiiindaiioii arrives Lexlngiim 8 oc am daily, J except Sunday. pr, ;ln,''1 Vesnliulcil arrives Lexington m rhls tridn Is vestibuled rrom end luenll and runs solid to New ork or tickets mul information write or iipnly lu li W. IIARNKY. Ticket gem. . a A. Past, Act. daily, 11 liKU.Mlll-.Ktl.Trnv- ao """"'"i 14 J.slHCLi; J D iARiUNorQNadV.l',l.exli,j'lon Ky " L5 -- J . - ftvjjafat-j- a ! - vj - & wrvv it- - tiiiily i t.rVsxtiJ. - ij x' Ai cif!jv &. t, Jiiib,