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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889060401 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. y&r WT" MiWr r k. '. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. DANVILLE, Interior Journal"-STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1889. CRAB ORCHARD , NO. 33 BOYLE COUNTY. y Dunn fi Kiubry bought f Onmvlllo muru (or Sl'A). Kitur-daLyon a WnkcileUI purtlvH & (1 ho11 to wonm muIum for S7.0. lto Lux-iii(:to- n Tho ineetltijiat tho Methodlm rhumb which hun been In proisri'M for three weokn, cloieil Sunday nijrht with about, 40 confessions and a ood ninny nddl- tlons to tlio church. Mrs. Archlo Itoblnson's olociititinury entertainment at the Clemen l!one hist Friday night was highly enjoyeil by n good crowd. .Mi. It. will probably o to Ualtimoru noon for n more thorough development ol hur talent. All tho tnlk now is ihoutiiitmence-incu- t of tlio dillVirent whools. MIm n musical entertainltltchio will ment In tho cllr hall Monday night. The exercise of Caldwell College will liu giv-e- n in the Second rresbyterinn church ao Tuesday night. l The lloylo County Convention, which was held at Caldwidl Church, was well attemled, considering tho inclement weather. If the weathur had been tkanint a largo crowd would g have been In attendance. Most wax tilled and on tho programme there were, an uhundiiucu of good things to eat. If over there was a subject worn threadbare by being (HhcuhhihI too much it was tho weather last week. Such remarks as these were being intidu by everybody; "Did you everseo before mich weathur for this tlmo of year?" "I'm about to freeze." "Have you any fire 7" ?" "An "Did you knowit snowed etc. overcoat Is comfortable An election was hold hew Saturday for tho purpose of electing trustees and n city attorney. The old board of trustees Sunihiy-Soliooto-da" Precinct Meetings Tin clmlnuan of tlio nothing; ovory tec, T. I). Nuwhuitl, thtuif too wet, meeting of the M.Mra. llllfiflil lfitrrllla In. mill Slum ,Stnn(ord votinK l.iet S'ntiinlnv afti'r- llfl IlLvliiH. nn.l wW...nn. tlui iruoiU of noon und A. G. Huirniaii, Jr., nrtcd as Mi'Httrn. J. C. nml Georo Kinx- - M" secretary. On motion the chairman ap(Jrejin, of LoiiUvIIIl', lit aUo n KvHt of tho Spring. Mr. J. 0. King has hml pointed W. G. Welch, J. P. Bailey, J. W. 1). W. Vnnde-vee- r, the Springs grounds cleared up nml ov Alcorn, W. K. Varnon, W. L. Dawson nml S. S. Mvers a eiylhingls lowlv. commltthu to select a list of delegates to On account of tho inclement wenlh-e- r bu held Juno lid to the picnic nt Dripping Springs Satur- the convuntion to nominate n candidate for thu legislature day) Juiiii 1, wiih but slimly nttunded. nml they reported approving tho call for Tliu weatlier nlouu did it, as nil know Mr. ii delegated convention mid naming tho and Mrs. D. (J. Slaughter as the best following delegates: J. P. Balluy, I). W. of the country, and Dripping Vandeveer, L. L. Dawson, W. G. Welch, Springs a love of a spot for a picnic J. W. Alcorn, It. L. Porter, A. K. Denny Death has taken tho Mower from anJoseph Swopo, W. E. Vnrnon, James other home. Miss Lena Vamleipool Bia7.!ey nml A. 0. Uoblnson. It was pnwcd away last Fridav evening at the further resolved that thu delegates be inago of II, lovely and lovable. Tim ten der pl.iutts transplanted in a higher and structed to aid and unite witli the other delegations in selecting n nominee, who better home. Shu connected herM'lf will best unite tho party und promote its with the Christinu church under thu d siicccm, nnd represent its pre.icliln of Klder It. II. Fife, of Leba principles The report wns adopted and who olliclnted which FurinvrM nil doin time-honore- Hz S If You Want to Ppactiee Economy C Come at once to the LOUISVILLE STORE! Who offer vow the benefit selling, for cash, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Carpets, c. We are of their remarkable advantages of buying and Determined Our Stock Shall Go, Low Prices will do it. We offer this iveeh to the public what they have been waiting for, some of our extraordinary Reductions and 4.1 non, at the funeral, meeting and Henderson has been known under a terrible strain, Traders, Horsemen and A Baugh was named as delepvte. See Wll to "condemn" it. But my friend, don't factory drilled to order nd J'umpt (urmihed ftt 1? DlVrii'DCJ Stockmen ot the counties J?iiIXllJjiJL0. daughtorof Joseph Kennedy, died in Hubble report for Stanford, No. ". price,. JO ut Marion l.oyle, Lincoln, Garrard and WashingPenHenry Cox sold IJowen HiriuiLK. do it. Don't swear. It is not an eviGarrard on the iSHh. ton will rind all the news relating to milters of in Kingsvillu sunt that sterling democrat, nington aomo corn for Sl.7o per barrel. terest to them In the dence of smartness or worldly wisdom. B. WILSON, Allen, of tho "Or- W. L. McCarty, Ctipt. James A. the leadini: paper ADVOCATE to represent her. Bright was lectrd trustee of.our phans' Brigade," died nt Paris from the J. Any fool can swear. And a good mnny Central Kentucky, issued 1 uosday and today of With per year. Send 30 cents and try it each week, $i school district. Kichnnl Withers and ellectsof a wound received in tho battle fools do it. Ah! if you can only gather Address G. Uoyle, Uusiness lor three month LANCASTER. GARRARD COUNTY. Ferry Hudson in tho colored district of Chickamauga. 15 up nil the useless, uncalled for, inelfti- & BOYD,. Manager, Danville, Ky. It is repotted that L. F. Hubble is n tive oatns tnnt nave moppcu uiong mu Manufacturer, Primary election wns held hem Saturday Mrs. Collier, wife of section boss of Fine Saddles and Hnrrtejj, in for electing delegate to tho general dem- David Collier, died at her homu near uindidate fur thu Statu Senate. pathway of my life, it would removo every ityle and finih known to the trade. Race Tho B iccnlnureatu sermon delivered .tumbling blocks from many inexperi- and Trotting Equipment! a specialty. ocratic convention held at Stanford, Howlatid Thursday night of constimp- No. S3 Kit Alain Street, LEXINGTON', Ky. Monday, June II. J. A. Hnmmonds wns turn. Her remains were interred in by Ituv. II. O. Morrison Sunday was a enced feet, nnd my henrt would be lightgood one. But if you S. O. DAVIS. elected chairman, J. V. Swnpe, er bv a ton than it is liuilalo cemetery Friday. A. 1). Clark, U. S. marshal, is here are going to be u fool just because other C.eorwe P. ltright and L. O. Hubble I men .i Irttti lt.i tt THIS preparation.without 'Flifiitinu PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON. S. 'jrma i.nio .1 tl ir,tl il iwiik iitu ut VI timifa aiiwiutiD to remain n few days looking into tho men Iniiirr.rpmnTPnlVeolc- were electe-- .le.egntes to ui ... I have been. oh. iny son, what a j ni limit,,(d ,lU ,wlS)Uunlay K ''icuu Ion. Pim illicit salu of liquor. Whisky is nlmost hopeless fool you will be. It. J. MT. VffiRNOX, li. V. cinct'svotent the convention. As tioj f.o.n n liver and stom- ples, Black-HoadSunburn and , ..,. ...i- ,,, ,..,,., i in plentiful ns wnter, us easy to get nnd Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. voiere were noi iiiiiiw .'m . iiiivvii;ii u .i,.,, iiikii Tan. A few applications will render the more generally sought after. Special attention given to diteases of children lNfore the people, the delegates go most stubbornly red skin Eoft, smooth and giving away of the system was the cnuso Morcer, are ie.il Tho Lair family, in -I- t. Boyle, Win. Shugars 'and W. B. t cast their votes for the best white. Viola Cream is not a paint or of his death. Iu his earlier years "lTn-cl- u powderto cover defect, but a remedy to care. Moss we elected trustees for common giants. There are besides the father anil man ollVring lietora the convention. Tommy," as hu was generally cnlled, school iv It is superior to all other preparations, and Jilly Conl No. '24, last Saturday. On mother seven children. Mr. Iiir's bight onu district Henry Cox lwught was a Methodist preacher, but in his latis guaranteed to give satisfaction. At a rt f.,.i o i...1w . li!d iftf.. cttimlu ft foot . ' the samo day, with three now cnudidntcH from It. h. Hubble for 5100. The con" ' t lcep on hand a No. t qiulitv of Jelhco. Lily or mailed for 50 cents. Prepared by ter days he became skeptical nnd nb.iu- in u.y heave your orcieMa cert und suppjr here wus n grand suc- i (IoiilhI the pulpit and gave up many of in tho Held, ono of them n negro; the old indies; OHO SOU, the tallest, Stitches thu and Xnt Co.il Mye' yard, audlheywlll be Attend- t- G. O. to CO., "ore feet S inches: the su t..mr. meiiMir.. to Tor.rj)o, 01110. cess, patronizetl by people from all localiMjyiuinpiiy. "I J. IJ. IllUUIWh, - board of city fatl icre were ..;, thu religious views, 3 Starfcrd Ky. For Salt nt McRoherts & Stage's, Stanford, Ky. ,, previous, . Hie ronotiuciug Itee" bv tho smallest son runs it up to (1 feet 5 inches. ties In so umc.li that there was a large y eiiieruiineu ana .inugiu. 110 uneit iu rhetoric class at tho College Saturday The other members of the family stand There was good order observed In hw nieiLsiired ami peculiar Une I night was hverybody unjoyed tell interesting. Tho ktwo at n feet ni Inciies ,.,.i- iwosianiiai in evurv thnt he nreached a w hole year tor 01:0 ilrst prize wns nwnrded have secured the services ot a competent Car. 0 feet II? inches, Whik-- the Other ono 'sisters cleared a to Miss Lillian the exorcises and the church mid all lie got was one pair of Ueitstir, of feet 7 inches full. These Missouri; the second to Miss measures net sum of S"0. CamsV" for him. Tills uocks that a sister knitted Work entrusted measurements lire all taken 111 sock feet. oervision. All to me will have my personal -Allie Yciser, of Danville. After tho work guaranteed. Prices reasonkind of treatment was enough to make Millions. GUAKitixo tub i ntile. the class was treated to n superb All are well proportioned. VM. DAUGIIERTV. ' nrer Itoberts, of Sew York, who lias the a man skeptical, though he did not give supper by Mrs. Bourne, tho teacher. - that us n nMison.ffdiiH'cjiiingu hns constiuet of mind. custody of Sltfil,000,000 of thu Govern Tho Court of Appeals HARRY A. EVANS, Tho villainous wentlieroperated verv ..w.MtV mmiiiv. InlK dtvis"d ndditloiinl Hu was a man of muclutelligtMico nnd the law in nn appealed case that a jus-- 1 ..IV.. .....V guarding the treasure, much ugniust Bro. BarncB' second ANALYTICAL oth-- ; CHEMIST, of tho peace, police judge or any in all his dealings wltKJhTs fellow man, safeguards for ns it did against tlio first, there be- tico STANFORD, KV, er oillcer (except county jinlimi acting ns Two men alone know the secret of the ho was, to uso tho expression of n neigh-loc- ing only about l'Jo present J". & CO,, the Inst night. ... ..A..t:!w. ,Mipf iu mitifliiil tii fnr f bor, as htnilght as a shingle and as hon-o- f The great preacher in the unit ono knowing ' said lie regarded the ' Enffineerinp; Surveyinff in and HUSTONVILLS, KY. tho other the sec est its the days are long. Ho leaves nn each examlnini: trial presided nt by him, uttuiidance, under tho circumstances, ..,.,. I,.- - l,r- - inniiv aneli tliere uiav bo DranCHC3. Are still In the buslncs ami ready to do nnd half. Theso men will be known to aged wife ami live children, nil of tho good, und was pleased with the receipts. .. in the Undortxkln line. We have a full he is entitled t'o on- any ono day, their associates, but to avoid coiuplica- - lutter grown, Thotfias 0. Ball, tlio Itow Tho lecture excelled any ever delivered in Sl'for each dnvbut stoclc of Cakes nnd C.uUfi' of ll kinds and Robes after the first nnd iiiiyCCTT Our hearse, which is nearly of every '....1:..',. ci .. tion in tluf ca-- e of death, Mr. ltoherts land iiierchaiit.buliig tho youngest, here. ' new can us obtained n short notice. Mr. J. II. 110 Green lias charge of cur business and will show another two tlio combinations. Undo Tommy leaves uirestato of about has given .... ... nave onenra an ten di'iKit nn Lnnrinipr sirfpt our (roods to any oitc needing utiylhlrg in our t rl , In the next wnr iirmies will huvo to ill keepcoimaiitlj-otihand- a The eleplinnt IS Kianiu: w u tutu The lutter two are not know n to their as.-- $15,000 after hnvhigdivided a good sum lull supply of line. It is predicted Hint 'M I'uro Laku letfluciutcH, and are not even known to each with his children n fow yenrs ngo. Tho bu employed chielly in keeping out of tlm lintliilo. At ii Conts nor Pound. the range of each other's guns or thoy years hence not a simile wild elephant other. Further, to guard against mis- - rumalns were interred Sunday at will he found on the globe. In quantities over five pounds. Now is the tiinoto 9.4 make v!i;aCincnts fnr tho ic.isnn the two men known to huvo the rIioii church iu thy presence of a very will bo annihilated. In addition to tho mi-il- l iicia Cii st bLJ J3 V u''KLEV & hampton. Arnica Salve. neighbors nnd friends, repeating rifles, Catling guns, dynamite Bucklen's combinations have written, in 8p irate largo crowd of his guns nnd thu like, the government has The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, . seated envelopes, each ills half of thu se'hmm, fever ores, tetier.chap-tha- t STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. The Gait House, of .on sv.lle, is sad been experimenting with n GHiCKEN cret.iuiilMr.ltoliL.rH put these envel- - ' ,in"d'to have tin; i outside lire escapes in tires HMin.es u minute, or 00 times P'd ", no pay requir- - All persons wishing a pleasant life and well in a big envelope, plastered it with and tiositivi'ly cutis pile, Hotel li this country. I hoy in four minutes und 20 seconds. There tions It is Binrantecd to Rive perfect satinaction, C leased wife let them use 1'atent Hour made at t ed. Cholera Cure ! tanford Holler Mills. Call for s Jallng wax fro... end to end, nnd looked at your gro"Hnply spiral iron staircases strong, will bo no charge like that of Pickett's or money refunded I'rlcc a$ cents er ox. cery, and if they have not got Itit on hand, urue ThU is for his own bene- it in the safe. them to keep It, or get an order from them and rviceaWo and safe, nnd at tho sumo men at Gettysburg against such weapons. For Hale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Kv i it at the Mill and will guarantee n pleasant (It, iu case the holders of one undivided and interesting Inmily. 'tlmo quite ornamental, extending from Philadelphia Ledger. Tho Vordlct Unanimous. o3 half of tho secret should bu sick or die. W. S. POTTS, Superintendent. - ;" W. D. Suit, liruKSitl.lllppus, Ind., testifies: '1 Mr. Unbolts would then break the great "This is tho seventh timo within two can recommwd Electric Hitters as the very best , .,f u',iv n'i. Mm lii'T iiivilnt)u anil Diest woman or wiu youngest cmiu count . ..1 . n i.lUllli u. ..r. l,w hours that you have asked 1110 when thu remedy. Every bottle soid has (jiven rebel In ev f . K.irnli... l.1l.ttn 0i R. B. for the Ilrst time know the secret iiim ","'""' "' train left for Lansing," replied tho po- ery case. Une man too six names aim ; mi .. means of such an 'escape." Two of Abraham fie ' t depot to a of llheumatUm of 10 years' standing." "Tin; - . t stairways, built by thu Snoad Iron liceman nt tho SUCCESSOR TO best Hare, druggist, l)elloillc, Ohio, affirms: I 1.. f.ii...Ali Hn ti- these of Iiuisvilln. have been mir. young man with n satchel. " ' Works, TliecouiiesicHuiinu selling medicine I have ever handled in my ao . THE HATTER, "Is it against thu lawV" have been extended the Kentucy Press chased hv tlio uait iiousu uoinpany at a years' experience Is Electric Hitters." Thousands M'MIOHAEL, tho hotel re- i.iwt. nf Association, and tlio rate at "No, but it's rather annoying to me." of otbars have added their testimony, so that the cure Hitters fill 4TH AVENUE, "Well, if it annoys you, how do you uerdict is unanimous that Electric or Wood.do Only duced to $2 per day. Tor this the asso. A Ykau'sSsaki: ItKconii. Mr, J. Y. all difeaseiof the I.ber, Kidnes elation in Indebted to Col. 0. A. Park, Grillin, who lives nhout six miles from think I must feel about it? Tho faro half dollar a bottle at A. It. Penny's druj sure. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. uencral pnsseiigcr agent of tho Owensho-r- town, killed iu thu summer of 18S7, 377 is $2.00, und I've got to think of some n Tr.TnL'.lV !v,&i.T ?Ljimmm. & Nashville railroad, who hns been Is Consumption Incurable ? way to get out there 011 $1.50." Ir'c , The Nobbiest ,& Most Stylish untiring in his ellorts to make every- hiinkcs and iu tho summer of 1SSS i)S2. - .JHead the following: Mr, C 11. Morris, New. "arSi'iiSri thing connected with tlio meeting Ho has been bitten twice by largo rattle- Mother (severely) "Thnt dress ark, Ark., sajs: "Was down with Abscess of Stock of When tho pres gang Biiakes and says ho can euro tho blto any complete success. fit ..II . the Lungs, andfriendsand phjslclans pronouncThousands of dollars worth of InlM It'll It il ... " time. Snakes nro doing bud business to you." too low, Lilllo. I a.n surprised at ed me nn Incurable consumptive. Ilegan tak1neet111m1nuyw1111n11.nl m " :hickcns die every year from Choi him. Owensboro Messenger. ing Dr. Kind's New Discover- tor Consumption, come In the way of this wholesale slijy-eira. It is more fatal to chickens than Lilliu (turning very red) "I hopo you am now on my third bottle and able tooeree the is h 1 on minkes. Wilcox, Gu., lie ill irher diseases combined. But the discussion iw to the height of trees Is the finest medicine ever A don't think it immodest, mamma. Hel- work on my farm. It Watch man. in the forests ui Victoria, New South made." Jesse Mlddlewnrt, Decatur, Ohio, suys1, Evcrbroughtto the city of Louisville, now opep JiScovery oi n reuieuy mat posiiivtlj arc. even much lower." en Alstrip's including the Wales, bus elicited from Barou von utts it has been made, and to be conTho following remarkable instriimen Mother "But it is her fifth season and "Had It not been for Dr. King' New Dlscoicry tho government botnnlst, thestnto-inen- t is the Inst will nnd testninent of Dolly your second. If you exhaust your re- for Consumption I would have died of Lung KNOX & JOHN STETSON & CO'S. HATS vinced of its efficacy only requires a 8. tall. thnt ho saw one 25 feet Was given up by doctors. Am now bottle is enough fo what aro Jones, colored, of Jasper, I'la., and was sources so soonNew York you going to do Troubles. of health." Samplo bottles free at And also my own importation or English Hat trial. A in the bust Mercury. nu.xt year?" It is guar, You Cannot Afford Cups, An elegant line ot Canes and Lyon's one hundred chickens. signed Soptomber 27, 1888: "Furdor I and A. H I'ennv' drutf, "tore. of anteed If, after uying the year to lie without a good l'int Celebrated Umbrellas always ou hand, At thU seasou t)f want you to take them 2 cowh and my Lives of good men all remind us that Why Is It a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly .llarrhoes t at.arn Intliu house, as cramps, biG l'ot mid 5 head of hoGs nnd keepe il woennnotdo more, v.e can toll our cJk.diarrhiHannds'it. Inflammation of the That pooplo liuger along- always complaining SEAL SKIN SA0QUES, CAPS, r satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken in'crcd'.iigly dangerous if not them ns long na you live it is my Will for neighbors how Ganter h chickun chole a about Ono nnd lowel Cholera, return it to the undersigned ,... curo roatoivd our chickens, that weio Heggs' that continual tiled leelnic Maker bottle of Gloves and other Furs, a specialty, Ordera One Wttlo of llefs' will you tohnvQtheni nn .in tlio i.,.ar vi. Wood Purifier and Illooil attended to at once Bick cmniKj, to Mfti t0 perfect henltil und votir money will be refunded. of city solicited, perfect satisfaction guaraa oro Rood in casts of the them a good appetite cos I must di nnd cant Uvoyoumiiet mete ami that if it fulls your money Will bo' tlrelytvmovfilhUieellng, give Wo sr-anteteed Dou'tUit toorJera NOIIHY HAT 31 ij For by sale McRoberts & Sues, Stanford Hud than any ethsr midirino on earth. 2t a." rrgutsto digestion. A. 11. Poiiny, Druggist. refunded by Mcltoborta & Stugg. mo in hevenn when dun wid wourld." A U. IVnr.,, DrugBist Highland was held nt the Christian church Satur day iiftcuooii. How soon has thu every-tilinyoung christian been called to rent. Dr. Armeudt arrived Saturday mid is the giiiwt of Mr. J. T. Cliadwlek. Mr. V. II. Pottus, the politu assistant at thu depot, spout Sunday at his homu in Prcachcrsville. Saturday, the day for election of school trutces, win more than onliiiarlly warm about thu school-houwhere nt some places there wero factious nml strong opposition. Some of thu school districts poled full votes. It y is not often thu case that there Is such a contention for tlio olllco of school trustee, but It may encourage n bettor Interest in schools and redound to the good of the community. Mr. J. F. Holdam Tburo wore two candi- wns elected in thlsdistrict, Churliu Kedd, were dates for city attorney Speed S. Fry and Jr., and Y. F. Watson id District No. 7. Ono trustee resigned necessluiting thu Itobert McKce. Tho raco did not hot tilt lato in tho evening, when the election of two. candidates were running close, together. DEATH'S DOINGS. McKce's friends anno to his assistance-a- t tho Inst and iledcd him by II votes. Mr. Smith Hryant, an aged citizen of A good many wero at the polls who Iturnside, died biiddenly last week. wanted to vote when they were closed. Mrs. Kdwurd Million, who was n e, the meeting ndjouriicd. Jordon Peter Chandler presided over tho Crab Orchard meeting with n great deal of dignity und 1). B. Kdmiston at tended to the clerical duties. Tho following gentlemen were appointed delegates and were sent iinlimtructed: J. E. Carson, Dr J. F.Pettus, W. A. Carson, .! P. Chandler and J. It. Pulley. u. Walnut Flat John G. Lynn presided nt the meeting and It. C. Bywaternnd Hon. John S. Owsley wero appointed delegates uninstrticted. Dr. Hawkins Brown was chairman of thu Hiistonvillu meeting and J. M. Cook secretary. An utitnstriieted delegation wns sent us follows: L. B. Adams, John S. Goodc, M ii Of values: Ladies' Ribbed Vests at 20c, worth 30c; Lace Curtains, at 75c a, pair, worth.fi 1.25; Men's Gauze Shirts at 20c, worth 80c; Men's fancy BalbriQgan Underwear at $1 a Suit, worth $2; Men's Celluloid Collars at 5c. worth 20c: Children's Lace Cans from, lOn nmnn.rds. We promise Mew Goods every day and always the Lowest Prices. tape-boun- d, pt B. McKinney. Killc nml Dr. Green Moore wns chairman of tho St., Turnersvilte meeting and Kichnnl H. Givens secretary. J. W. Given?, Dr. Mooro nnd J. M. Carter, Jr., were apkuow some good Dos't SWKAK.-V-- I pointed delegates and instructed to vote men, boiiiu of tho best in the world, who for It. C. Warren for representative. will "confound it," and even "dog-goneMr. J. M. Cnrter presided over the it, nnd in New England even a deacon J. J. K. Helm, J. F. Drye, J. P. THE LOUISVILLE STORE I Propietor; A. URBANSKY, 91. (J. A. BENEDICT & CO., ' Main Stanford. SALINGER, Manager. 91. " Wel1 nrm. F. Brinkley & Pump Adjusters, STANFORD, KY. Is a Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Elec.ion August, tSgo. II. ,1 THOMPSON 11. to-da- k I ,, 1 -- "" He,,..,! - ,,, TirLeasHi VMtvWlOlACREAM T.Wflr-Mn1fiB. Bur-dett-e. s, i Attention, ! Burners. rug-cis- ts i i i ,..''. .... .I.,,, i.l 11 i.JS'S 1 BITTNER n i s, - teVV'l.i0 NOTICE u- Sub-Tru- kc-tur- e, k '") one-hal- wkisMmm T. SXTTTOW 1 !! " any-thi- ( i'i-iTiiiiip- ' .... . - 1 . 'nd '' tr ICEI SCEI - Go-imp- s, -' ". '". -- J I gc-- 1 - 1 I 'i'"w v'j ..,, ,- - - - , . a f .'......, ... GEOGEGHAN, Third-stree- o III! I - mm f9r - 11 isnltc-getlt- er 1 1 I 1110 - r. Mu-ello- r, HATS, world-renown- ed tl T -- 50-cen- ts two-third- s stum-ac- h Ui"-tlioe- a n- -,' out-sid- e Dnlsam-willu- e it, a a ,;.-- ti") . ',."' -- :;," V r J '? 1 Jl ? 1. iWJ. yj''t ... V Sfvi u- - A .W,::- - M -- J1' 1,'f- ' r'l ii "imqH0m wp ?."' "ujiki'uhm iinni"' hmm j" I "1 MlhuH I .' "T1" y Jjrfcww ftfcf .wfrMfcw rip,n r i.-'- t t i ., ( v J" i t ?e :! Pl r' IP . K. I. tative nnd true democrats met in caucus lt v. J.'M. Salu-- is holding a rovlv S Juno 12. al nt tho RaptlsLchurch, Sotnorsnt. hercyestenlay morning and after a full Joseph Koborte sought shelter from nnd fair discussion decided to recommend llev. J. M. Drucu will preach at Crab! i wvaicia n Stanford, Ky., June 4, 1889 It. O. Warren to the convention as their i a storm under n tree, in bholby county, Orchard tho 1st and UdSundava and I'd choice for runresuiiuitlvo. They did so and it was blown down, crushing hlmo nnd Hli at Providence, Boylo county. nnd their action was promptly endorsed death, and seriously wounding Ids little Kevs. 11. A. Dawes got ti diploma in WALTON, JLutliB, SliiuglcH, by the large body which had gathered son, who was with mm. Exegcticnl Theology and W, .1. Hollr.-clafarmer John Hervey, n Mr. Warren accept in the in English at the Southern Theolog- The most appalling disaster that ever ed the nomination and defined his posi of Camp Nelson, whllo fishing Sunday icnl Seniinnry last week. Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, startled tills country occurred Friday af- tion on the prohibition law, which is tho in tho Kentucky river, fell from his boat Tho Baptist church Is undergoing ternoon nt Johnstown, l'a., when n huge true democratic position; but of that and and becoming entangled in his some intornal repairs, but will be ready reservoir burst from the weight of the of the worthy nominee wo will hnvo was drowned. Cedar and Locust Posts. by next Sunday when Hov. George We will etry a lull mock of v.rv hmg found lit heavy ruins, flooding tlio town to tho much and more to say in .the future t.umnet Yard. Editor W. P. Campbell, of tho Mays-vill- Hunt will bo on hand again. A C SINK, IliiklneM Manager. depth of 113 feet, sweeping away hun The democracy is going to elect him nnd Democrat lias accepted an appoint Rev. W. L. Gage, of Hart ford, Conn, dreds of houses and drowning peoplo Lincoln will onco more have a represen- ment as cadet from the Ninth Congres- cured a chroniccasoothisomuia by jumpthere nnd in tlio towns below on tho tative that will do her honor. sional district to tho United Suites Na- ing out of n window at PhilaConemaugli Kiver to tho number varival Academy, tit Annapolis, Md. delphia and killing himself. Wb acknowledge tho justness of the ously estimated nt 'SOO to 10,000. Fiyo son kicked Mrn. Dan Her Peter Lniii(r, who is 101 years of ngo or six towns were nearly lumihilnted nnd Hnrrodsburg Democrat's rebuke In the Farris, of East Bernstadt, in n "playful has just been admitted to church memtheir inhabitants crushed, drowned or nrticle subjoined and beg Bro. manner," wlien sno trieu to stop mm mr bership in Elgin, Scotland, proving agnln VhiV SlHi'kini S.fi,' "" WT' ' such u Scrofula, llcer., I'implc., Vkcroled Thtoal, j pardon: "Wo would like to playing with tho stove, and shn died the "" '." ,,,,R, N.r'l. V" I'ricc Si per llottle. burned to. deatli. The houses drifted truth of the couplet, beginning: An i. ll lie. n.ilv "V lh'Ks.l,ln,J'l,Ir'a'tloUkeolnlllheAc Iron tonic ll cure DyuxMU give a keen appetite, enrich? the hluxl, regulate, t he liver and impart new energy to the muiclv against n viaduct nnd lodging, caught lire know on what grounds Editor Wnlton from thocfTectsofahoinorrhiigo it brought long ns the lamp burns, Ac. . ami nrrtotu Price Si per botlli'. and hundreds of people in them nnd denominates Win. O. Bradley "tho little on. OA 11.11 TS WORM SVRCl u made of tl,c t worm killer and rri4llff Lnnvn tn tli m.t- Elder J. G. Livingston rejiorts his ical proletuan and therefore The Southern Presbyterian General rtc 'inmchiU itwlf. It it plcjtaut to take, talc and reliable. Trice 95 Kentucky rooster." No ono objects to a seeking their tops for safety, were burn meeting nt Kiugsvillc one of tho most per bottle. OATUFrS MAGNETIC 1'll.l.S for all Liver Complain t, Imp'tlred Dilation, Kirk Headache, ed in full sight of thoso on the bank, who particular friend calling Bradley n roos Assembly has abolished all special ap- successful ho over held. It closed SunAc. Act a cathartic. Trice j cent per bo. ter, but when it comes to calling him peals for free will offerings and arranged day were poworless to help them. Two night with 22 additions. About SOOO ..aiiuiMiiurru uu icr raic 10 lie liaue ny tl.e June is the Kentucky rooster nil our tail feathers a collection for each month. trains were swept from tlio truck were raised towards building n house of WIUMAMSKURG DRUG CO., Wl.ltniiiKlHirjv, Ky. and their entire loads of human freight go up in indignant protest. A Kentucky fixed for the ovangelisticfund. wind blow down n partially worship. .The perished. The river banks for miles are bird should be a fowl of rare plumage, The holiness meeting nt South strewn with dead bodies and the debriB with clean cut legs and a trim body, a completed tobneco factory, nt Danville, has closed with !W conversions were in of houses and factories nnd 50,000 people clarion voice and a proud carriage. Tho Va., and in the wreck five men fatally crushed and 21 ittMltinnstntho Methodic church. are homeless. The loss to property Is es. doughty Colonel smacks too much of the stantly killed, another The meeting win conducted by Rev. Mr. timatednt $20,000,000 and great stiller dunghill breed to he justly called the and six others were seriously injured. The monthly public, debt statement Collins. McthodNt evangelist, and Ids XJ-U ing and starvation are being experienc Kentucky rooster. wife. Owensboro Mi'smmgcr. shows a decrease during May of ed by the unfortunate people, who call The Glasgow Times, with its usual The decrease since Juno 30, 1SSS, loudly for aid. The denotation is horriFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. t; DRUGS, BOOKS, 3TATIOJi3RY, truth nnd polntedness. says of National is 72,7S2,10o. Tho total debt is ble to contemplate ami the catastrophe Xot iioof of nittlo wna soltl on tho Committeeman Muilunry: Only his rethe total cash in tho Treasury, world shudder. has made the whole FANCY ARTICLES, &0 market lion yeMordny. lationship to tho editor of tho Courier- - $020,ltJ!),S88. Good Riddle horo for Bide. A. W. l'hylcin pretcriptlniK Hon. Carlos French, o.f Connecticut, ANOTHEii.inan has put away n crown. Journal placed him in and keeps him in, accurately coenpoi'".d. John Barret, whom the republicans nom- a position ho by no means fills. His has been elected to represent that Suite Ctirjienter, Milled:eville. MeKlroy, of Mnrion, bought of J. 1. inated for State treasurer, thinks, or at mention for tlio chairmanship of the on the National Democratic Committee, least he professes to, that the great and committee would bo laughable were it in the place of the late Mr. Barnum. Mr. liml a combined gelding for $2"J5. A. T. Niinnulloy bought of William THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, rapid growth of his party in the State in not too serious a matter. French is a member of Congress from the Second district and a sound revenue Deck 21 head of 17Vpouml hogs at S3.8.). the past few years, together with the CliCKS, JEWELRY & SILYERWARE. TE Chairman of the State Central tariff man. Cnnt. H. F. Powell h.ttt rerontlv lost i management of State nllairs by the de.n-- 1 .... PtKct li.w r th in til it k i Kver "ohl 10 thu market. 4 litnVn from n .lUnntu r.f Democratic Committee, tho Lxecutive t muiinlillnf i..,.w., Thirty-seve.!.... people who ate ice. VV. ...... '.. VJ, ."the lowctt. Wtcht, Clerk and Jewelry He. Committee and the State League of cream at a New Haven, Conn., church eye. the republican candidate in the coining paired on i(iortnoticc and warranted. A. J. Alexander, of Woodford, pays contest and oh the acceptance of the of- Clubs are to meet nt the Phrenlx Hotel, festival were taken terribly sick mid up- a State tax for license on stallions of $i, Lexington, nt noon to day, to prepare on fice would involvo tho abandonment of an analysis of the delectable confec- 1)50. for the coming campaign. Mr. 11. C. his profession nnd devolve upon him tion it was found that the cheap vanilla Ad Catron and John Tate bought Warren is Kentucky's representative in flavoring contained poison in consideragrave and responsible duties he is poorthe Hatch property In umeroet for f--', "been in000. ly qualified to fill, he declines as a can- the National league and he has ble quantity. ,T. K. Rrnce sold to M. V. Klkin a lot vited to be present. Dealer In didate for an oflico which, in the continGeneral Clinton B. Fisk 1ms acceptof 1, butcher rnUlo at '2 and .1 serigency of a favorable result, would ed the Presidency of au accident insur-nucOun Lancaster correspondent saysthat ! ously interfere with. the pursuit of his L. F. Hubble U a candidate for State company. This Is better than being cents. J. E. Kern, of llourhon pold S work profession. It was sensible in Johnnie Senator and we learn that Mr. II. II. a prohibition candidate for president of STANFORD, KY. to decline the empty honor, but ho might Tomlinson, of the same city, is also a the United Suites, in which case there mules to J. Miller Clark, of Chirk county, for.l,'.lf0. not have resorted to such stuff In mak candidate. This gives us a is no possibility of such, au accident as Thompson, of Oorranl, bought Sat- ing, excuses. He does not nor cannot , . fight, Judge Brecketirldge already being elected. l' U"C 0I - "" believe that his party could in any con- being a candidate. --At Wm RWnra. n nrnttv l.ri.ln of Uai' n cattle at SKI to ISorder, tingency win the race before us, or rea few months, was found dying in her iear-ol,....,..... " ' ""' "" for tho office would Mn. J. L. Hhuce has announced his rnmn nt Klinilwtlitnnn JS:ltttrInv Irani publican candidates "' Sliadet are in Wash- cantlitlacy for the legislature in Boyle. tho effects of a shot said to have been 01 Morrow, fcpurr, Taylor antl Mokes, Ever exhibited in boas thick as Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is ington. It is too thin entirely, John- This is about equivalent to an election made by herself with suicidal intent, but sold at Nashville at an average of $14.1. full and complete. We call special attention to our sold to the A. C. Kobln-o- n e nie. nnd tuwures the county thobestrepresen-titiv- having much the appearance of murder. Brick and Tile Co. a pair of exit lias had for years. Her husband was alone with her at the I.v forcing the president to withdraw mules for $375. Lancaster tra time the shot was fired. News. NEWSCONDENSED. the nomination of Hon. Beverly Tucker The best Casket of tho kind ever invented. Dr. Wm. Pennebaker, of the Society John antl Robert Forsytho sold to as one of the comm ssloners to Ilayti, There were snow and sleet both in of Shakers, tells the Harrodsburg Say- Winder Webb 50 lambs that averaged 72 Embalming under tho mo3t approved method whon desired. Gen. II. V. Boynton, the Washington Mercer Friday. ings tlmt there is no foundation for the pounds at 0 cents. Harrodsburg Dem, correspondent of tho Cincinnati CommeJ. C. McOlarj-- Salesmen and Embalmer. Tho storinj tin the lakes last week rumor that they are disintegrating or ocrat. rcial-Gazette, shows that he is a "higer were the severest sinco 1SS4. that they are parcelling out the bind Thu Connecticut legislature has man" than Secretary Blaine, wlio sug The Illinois Assembly passed the they hold in common. The survey passed a general law making it a fine of gested the appointment. The general Compulsory Education bill 103 to .1. was simply to ascertain the correct num- ?7 for henstottvspfson their neighbor's has a spite against Blaine and is proud There was a heavy fall of snow in ber of acres in their tract. gardens. that he has been able to give it to him several Distributed among the 80 national parts of Michigan Thursday. A Pennsylvania poulterer says that t f l.r ITnit.ul Cfntno i in tho neck. The president's action in PJHMDP. Dr. S. P. Moore, surgeon general of oar, inl.lirW '8 23 Brown Leghorns layed (52, eggs in whii-14R.S32 nm omv..fl. of the matter is most contemptible and the Confederacy, died at Richmond. marked "Unknown." At Vicksbun: are the three months from December 2.1 to shows how easily ho can be bluffed and E. H. Arnold has been appointed 10.015 graves nt Noshvillu 10,5:1.1 nnd at March 211. bullied into an ungracious net. Arlington 10,',54, tlio other cemeteries postmaster at Boston, Nelson county. Joo Goode sold to It. L. Jones, of The Mrs. Win. Hale, aged 53, of Indiann, containing less numbers. from cost of Washington, a fancy buggy maro for The Cincinnati Commercial has col$230,000 the cemeteries has been has just given birth to a healthy boy ba- down. At Arlington a single granite $250. Mr. Junes also bought 2 other umn of entertaining talk by Gov. by. monument covers tho bones of 2,111 un- buggy inures at $175 and $HK). who is in Washington lookingaf-te- r Col. .Barker killed Matt Beck at Pe- known soldiers, gathered after the war Tho Bonanz-- Killer Mills purchas the interests of his constituents. The tersburg, Ind., because he was too famil- from the fields of Bull Hun and the route ed of Spears it Stuart, Paris, 1,200 bushgovernor is very popular with the "boys" iar witli his wife. to the Itappalmnnock. els of wheat, delivered at Richmond, for as the kind words from the republican A new 5150,000 freight depot of the 85 cents per btndiol. Register. HON. R. C. WARREN reporters show. Before bidding "Tho Louisville Nashville, at Cincinnati, was Dr. T. J. Bohon has developed into our Congressman said it opened for business Friday. Row" good-byIs Unanimously Nominated to Represent one of the best farmers nntl stock miners might be worth while to mention thathe in the Next Legislature. Lincoln County G. F. Green is churged with the assin his section. He boasts now of tin- had had two democrats nppointed from assination of his brother-in-law- , When County Chairman T. D. Now- J. B. finest lot of lanibs In Kentucky. his district ono a cadet nt Annapolisand Davidson, near Owingsville. land called the convention to order at Tate it Catron have bought the pan another nt West Point, which was somewas More than 525,000,00.) of British cap-it- o'clock yesterday, the week a lot of fat cattle of Joo Shadoan, thing to get out of a republican adminishas been invested in American brew- filled with people. J. W. Alcorn nomi- nf . .. tn ... I,.l,., Il,t.1,l. ' Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select lino of Furniture tration. eries anil the syndicate U still buying. nated Or. Green Moore in a verycompli-iiieiitnr- y ill nuiit;t nv . .n, u nri iiuin .iuiiii ii.mui, Somerset Reporter. at $2.75 to and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods speech for chairman antl ho a Tho Connecticut Hotibo lias pasr-eThk Alleghany Mountain region of (Jack Chinu attempted to assault can bo bought in tho cities. Give me a trial and you will be conhill to give women tiie right to vote on was chosen. W. P. Walton was then on Pennsyl West Virginia, Maryland and Col. Dick Holland at Cincinnati but was niado secretary antl vinced that I soil lower than tho lowest. vania has just experienced tlio heaviest all questions involving the liquor trallic. motion of J. M. Cook prevented. The trouble grew out of a call of precincts for nomination was The United .States sent abroatl flood since the deluge. The whole face J9 row Clilnu got into at Ijitonia last year, -worth of sowing machines and made. .milt tlio horteit, hour, quicken between of tho country was a sheet of water and Tho best thing to frighten hawks When SUin ford No. 2 was called, Mr. v damago to railroad nnd other prop- 50,000,000 worth of steam engines during W. F. McCleary arose and in n manly away is to set up a long pole with a lnth great New Orerty was done. The Pennsylvania road 18SS Near Winlield, W. Va., thieo men speech, which endeared him further to nailed across tho top antl hang on it a had 41 engines to bo thrown into the were killed nntl a number seriously in- his party, nominated Mr. 11. C. Warren few empty bottles. These will glisten in Hiiliro Train Run Throujli Without river by the giving away of an ombank-nien- jured by the explosion of a ns the democratic candidate for represen- the sunlight and scare away such bin B. Change. ffffflTvfffxMWHHMHWMWi besides sustaining great loss of boiler. tative. The other precincts seconded -- P. S. Miller. ,uT",foyr'CARSF.HVlCE. : track and bridges. The B. & O. and tho Meters. H. II. and J. II. Baughnian Hon. Edward J. Gay, Congressman the nomination, and tiien on motion of el NeephiK Curl, Cincinnati to C. & O. both also sullered seriously. Orleati from tho Third Louisiana district and a Squire L. B. Adams it was lnado unani- exhibited yesterday a lino lot of colts by Cliatt.ii..,it? to nnd I'ullrrTan Jacksonville, via K. "" wealthy sugar planter, is dead in his mous. On motion tlio chair appointed their three stallions, London, Concregan T."P(S!' Unc"'nMi The Barbourvillo News, owned by Mr. 75th year. Train No. 3, MJ.n Thoy were lino W. E. Varnon, L. B. Adams antl W. F. and Allen Bashford. A. M. Decker and edited with much Car Cincinnati to New"""'.'"Ir """"ft Sleeping Or cam nn.t A caboose filled with miners was McClary a committee to wait on Mr. ones anil showed what good breeders to lacktniivillc. via w. i;. :r cV"."'""." credit by T. Cravens, litis been sold to ' i""m to .Ve w Orlran. via M. A O wrecked near Coalton, O. Threo were Warren and inform him of tiio action of their stallions are. George II. Dainsond Judge C. W. An English syndicate has purchased Instantly killed and a number of others tho convention. During their absence 320,000 acres nf yellow pino land, four who willtry their bands at running CondcnieJ Schedule in Effect March 31, IgS9, jyw.ws'iiiij seriously injured. D. W. Vandoveer in response to calls, saw millet, three' planing mills and 33 a democratic paper in a republican The C. & O. bridge over Cabin Creek made a stirring speech calling on demo- miles of railroad antl equipment in EsItlOVJ3 DOWN, IUCAD Ul?. stronghold. Wo wish them success In in Knnawha county, W, Va., was wash crats to stand by their principles and not cambia county, Florida, antl Baldwin IRAINs suUlii TRaIn's nurtTT turning tho people from tho error of Alabama, for $1, 500,000. county, No, 1, No, 5. ed away Friday, causing a big loss, be- bo led oh" on issues of local No. 4a, 7?o7r No. tf O. 6. Spokane, in tho Chicago Derby, will No. 7. I". 4. STATIONS. their way und hope that while they are Uaiiy Daily. Daily, Daily I.nn. sides tho interruption of travel. carry 121 pounds, having Incurred a Mm. Mm. r.t. Nil". Pailv. I'x. Sun. Dally. Ex. Mm.1 at will fill their pockets. doing so lucro Dally Mr. Warren was Introduced at this penalty by winning tho Kentucky ... .Cincinnati ., .A rv 0 40 a m J. N. Patterson, of Now Hampshire, 17 am 403pm Suopm 735.1111 pm 1015 a m 3 3o pm .Villiamttown, ,.L,'ve 5 13 a m 641 point and addressing the body mado a Derby and Clark" Stakes. Proctor Knott 9 5.1 m 3 47 P "i 9 3 P " 8 30 a in 5pm. Ouveb W. Root, of Covington, !s and G. B. Fisiier. of Delaware, have p ,..(leort(etown.. 59 a m 7 19 pm ... 4 10 a in 7 14 a m m speech of thanks accepting the will carry 115 pounds, having an allow- 10 30ft m 7 ol p mjio 33 p 111,10 ijam Lexingto- nU3P m 11 10 35 3 48 a m 4 13pm 7 00a m 11 said to hone for the flesh pots of empty been appointed Second and Fourth Au- short lop ance of 3 pounds for being a gelding. I.YC. ...LouTsrii. K. ,Arr, .. nomination. Calls for McClary werean-sweieEugene Wood bought of I). A F. Lohonors nnd has expressed hla willing- ditors of the treasury respectively. Air. Unrein. ..., ,l.vo, by that gentleman in further in- gan 00 head of hogsat 4 cents. Another bank, with a capitol of pin 8 45 Ptn 11 oaa mil 17 am I.ve ness to accept tho republican nomina..Arr 353 a m 3 lop m 3 30 am 10 30 p m Iliirfin took occasion to W. L. Read bought of G. G. Helm a farm 113J pm 8 59 p m 11 16 am, Danville.,,., 11 50 i5am has beon authorized at St. Louis, dorsing Mr. Warren and tion for treasurer, so proudly put nway City,, 10 pm 11 30a mill 43 am Junction ijpm S3 a m 3 ao a m 1010pm ulam a 15 pm 3 Jo am 1031pm position on the in Lincoln cotintv. containinir 115 acres. loop m 9 ,,.,. Somerset pm 103am co a m upon but it will get no stockholders in this refer to and define his 105am by Jack Barret. The committee, joa m Oakdale 3 13 ami 4 13 of the prohi- at $55, equivalent to cash. Woodcock it 6 to t m 9 3SP m ti 15am question of a 4 35am 8 15 ami o 40 p m Ar'v...Chiittanooga .I. 6 jo pm 7 33am whom will now devolve tho duty of SO' section. A burned child dreads tho fire. county, navn uouirlit of T. No 00 pm of tho county. Owens, ol this 406a m 9 ion ml 700 p m I.'ve., Chattanooga,., .Ar'v 7 35 am A. Wayne, of Marion, 00 yearling steers Tho Cumberland Gap tunnel is 3,- - bition law to tho voters lecting a candidate, will in all probabili 100a n Attalla, 03 pm 949 pmJAt'v- 4 47am Mr. Warren to defino his at $18 each. Advooate. caused 4 J pmLii 43Pn t.'ve... Birmingham,, 300pm 3pm ty gratify his desire. It will then be 7:15 feet long and there now remains lees This ,Tuc.ilooa. 608pm 30 a m 01 um on tlio subject, which wore that Root bog or die with all the chances in than 1,000 feet to penetrate. Tlio two views It SP"l 445am Ar'v.,... Meridian .... ,l.'vc looopin MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. o jo a in 11 00 a m Ar'v...New Orleani,, .I.'ve 4 13 a m 3 35 P m the peoplo have tho right, if thoy want forces are expected to meet In Septemfavor of death. 5 loara 1,'ve.... .Meridian .Ar'v 940 pm to do so, to have tho law amended so Georgo Leach and Miss H.inni I......M. 9 10 a m I.'ve Jacknon...... .Ar'v ber. 6 top in n 15 am L've..Vickburir.... Young voto may be taken at some future Sims were married at Mrs. Ann Sims' 400pm The appointment of Mr. Orlow W that a It is stated that Col John ve Monroe.. ic Pin 1005 a m k ;nn in Ar'v,...Shrrvenort, 600 a m Brown, one of the most respectable if Chapman, of Now York, as Solicitor time and he would have it so amended Sunday. not the most respectable republican in General, is not being heartily endorsed if it was desired, but that under no cirAt Maysvillo Miss Lena M. HamilNo. 7, Pullman Iloudolr Iluffet Sleeping Car Cincinnati to Jackionville. Train !., via K. TV, & cumstapces would ho repeal it outright ton brought suit for $15,000 damages G. Free Parlor Cara Cincinnati to Lexington.Kentucky, will shortly announce his by Southern republican members of Train No. i, Mann Iloudolr Hunet Sleeping Can, New Oilun, . he claimed was democratic nnd just against J. J. Shackleford colonel This candidacy for governor. The for alleged Shrevenort to Chattanooga and Jackionville, Hla., toClncinnati, via P.. T.. V. ft u v.w n. "l1 to Henry Smart, tho murderer of two and upon this iasiio ho was not afraid to breach of promise, St. Louis via M. ft O. has represented his district several times Train No 6, Mann iloudolr Iluffet Sleeping Cars New Orloans to Cincinnati and rree people. At the in Vongress and is a man of much abili- young girls, is to hang at Louisville, July no beforoan intelligent Georce Cumminrs and Miss Delia Lexington to Cincinnati. "'lor and Fufet Sleeping Car Train ty. Ho is also said to bo Harrisons' 31, the governor having fixed that day conclusion of his speech, which was lre.lDi8bori of Lincoln county, wore married sonville N0.8, Pullman Houdoir A. and E. T.. V. ;0. ChatUnooja to Clncinati and ?lr,. Jack- to Cincinnati, va W. it r government pie dispenser in after the court of appeals refused him a quently applauded, tho convention ad at tiio residenco qt Moses Soard, May 27. choice for VEDWARDST GeM.V' Ast' JOHN C.CAULT, General Manager, ' " n Tkt. Agtl Ky. Journed. uejv trial". Kentucky. Cincinnati , Ohio. Somenet Reporter, o -- Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal The precinct delegations of represen- Tho Republican State Central Com-mitt.Louis-vill- o s has been called to meet in o CHURCH AFFAIRS. A. C. SINE. J.N. MENEFEK. SING & MENEFEE, Etc., W. P. HOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, w court-hous- e. well-know- n trot-Hu- e, SASK, DOORS ANTD B&XNDS !D PATENT WIRE AlTD S1AT FENCE, firt-cliu o third-stor- The Great Remedies! ',?' ytt-iiiU-,- Spotts-wood- 's pas-song- er I Cnr-rollt- Bo PENNY 9 & K; C3-G-IS- T SS,70-S7- 7. JEWS $1,002,-011,-UK- 11 - ,n,o n Bo M o WEAKEN 9 Goods e d Furniture and Undertakers' three-cornere- d I ....., d $.. The Largest, Cheapest and Het Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Celling Deeoratlons and Window otlice-seeke- Middles-Ixtroug- h htdesthttotibuss bpiiax c assist, NEW FURNITURE STORE! MrVOIK ....:,. MUFPMAft I 11 i 1 e 1 ffifffeiMiiiit Cincinnati and leans. nl Court-Hous- e u. 1 -- 31.-10- d I 11 1 t, saw-mi- ll Shrcvt-por- i , .1 Met-cal- f, I J- - I 1111 d 1 225-poun- d 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A L, V Con-grea- s. - North-Houn- V 1 K, 'll " ".".; ':o;.- - -- '' ,'U :. ' i ti -- C i( ' ,uSt; ? J. ir Si F" " ;' , "! smbr 'i l. WW , "vX . ' ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal r- district met hero yesterday, Lincoln nnd Boylo being represented by their comKv., Junk 4. 18&0 Btanfohd, mitteemen nnd Garrard and Casoy by proxies, and after discussion it was a.o. ManaRor Kesolvki), 1. That a democratic, convention bo called to select n candidate for the State Senate from this district. MEANS 1USINESS. 2. That the democrats of the four counties composing tho district meet iu mass Watchks nnd Jewelry repaired and of their convention at thu warranted. A. It. 1'uutiy. respective counties on the UUtli of Juno and vote for a cundidiitu for tho' nominaLandiietii's Gnrden sued, new crop, just received ntMrflobertri fc Stub's. tion for said position, and thu candidate receiving the largest number of votes Lasdhetii's Ciiirden Seeds fresh nnd shall bo entitled to thu whole vote of bulk or package, nt A. It. icnninc..in 1'enny'n." that county, and the chaiiinau of tho committee of ench county will meet ht Tiik best plttco to buy drills, patent in Stanford on July 1, tho medicines and toilet articled la at A. It. 1880, to cast the vote of their l'enny'H. counties, in accordance with thu certifiBuy your school bookH, Ink, tablet, ordinary consideration. cate of the secretary of said meeting, c paper, pencils nnd Bchool supplies of nil showing who received a majority of said given Miss from A. It. Penny. kinds A vi;itv plcarftnt party was Cane. Mr. A. M. Feland brought us votes and tho chairman of this district Doviu Talbott by her uncle, Mr. John in n bunch of canu thathad gone to head, will declare tho m.iu receiving it majoriPERSONAL POINTS. ty of the votes tho nominee of tho party 0. Neal, on Friday. A largo number of which very much recembles oats in for Statu Senator of thu ISth district. deSpeaking of cane heading M. Each county will be entitled to one MimMoluk Dauhiikiitv la vinitiiij the young people woro present and n evening was lightful friends in Danville. John Bright asserts that it only do"8 so vote for each 100 democratic votes and old men say n vote for each fractional part thereof Miks Litib Bailby is back from n visit Tin: Female College commencement once in sewn years, whllu 60 cost for Cleveland for president. before. Who knowB over That none bu; dciitocratio voters to friends nt II;tonvlllo. 4. oxercifes will occur Tlmivday night at they never saw it Mux. U. V. Dawoon, of Lily, 1h vlsitlnj! the Opera House,' when the csiays of the habit of Kentucky's noted product? will bo peimitted to take part in the mass meetings to he held under this her motber, Mm. Ferrlll. the unidnittes Mil be sandwiched with The habeas corpus case of Gen. order and all voters taking part in said Col. T. I' Hill nnd It. 0. Warren are music provided by MIm Dolllu William's for ball did not come up before meeting will obligate themselves to sup attending Cnsoy Circuit court. elnsi. Judge Vnrnon yesterday, having been port the nominee. Mits. PiiilSodkn, of Louisville, is Tho mass meetings are to be held at In BitAKr.MAN KbwAiina denies positively, postponed for some reason. o'clock iu each county. Iter parents at ilowliind. , substantiated, that he the Howards and Fee, chargT. I). Newland, Ch'n. MiaaltoMAiNK Biiaiiun, of Indlanapo-lia- and his word is J. B. McFbiuian, Sec. protein. a negro woman whito and took ed with murder in Harlan county, the painted is with her friend, Miaa Lucy Tate. Is you Goods, not regular and no action Mim. J. V, Holiiam and hersUter, Lit- lier to the Itoflniid church. Another papers were The Equity Life Association ok Va find Judge Varnon doubts wiietn-e- r woman, but s'e was taken. tle Katie James, were visiting frienda fellow there did paint a After examining thu condition, standhe has jurisdiction even if tho papers was not taken to church. Mr. Kdwards here. ing and plans of the Equity Life of Va. himself well were In legal shape. Cot- - P. T. Dimv.vh, Superintendent of Is said to hnve conducted we take pleasure in recommending the nnd stands well. wns hereyeMei-ila- since he came the Knoxvllle DiviMon, SiNOf laii. -- Mr. William Perkins tellu company as a safe, good and reliable one. who lives in The name of its president, Governor Aha, Jcix.k Vaiinon! "Who is the us that William Teeters, Miaa Ukchik l!i:u la attending! thu Lincoln county indue V" After soinu de his neighborhood, had n sow to give Lee, and other officers who stand high to commencement exercises nt Mlllersburc liberation as gentlemen of honor and integriin concert, came: birth to 8 pigs or dog ns you choose were perfect dogs save ty, should be a sufficient guarantee for Kcinrtle College. "Wo don't know Ida name, but he is the call them. They MmMKxBuiKCOKANri Tiski- Wklm, of handsomest, as well as the youngest, their heads which wen those of a hog. solvency, honesty and fair dealing. LoiiHvillc, nro visltini their uncle, Prof. widower in the county." Prof. Tompson Thev were curiosities nnd Mr. Teeters Tho following Is from It. L. Burnett, of might have made n fortune had ho not the Harrodsburg Democrat, under head J. M. Hubbard. acquiesced and discharged the class. Mit. Jamiu O. Dksny ban eniMtiod to Hustonvillecor. Danville Advocate. let his ancer get the best of him when of "A Card," in that paper: "I am pleashe found out they were not pins, and ed to say that i nm personally acquainttake mi editorial portion on thu Pint-vi- lli Nine young ladies, including Mii An- killed them. Measeni-r- . ed with several of the officers of the EquiW. B. Nkholo, of the recently devens-e- d nie iMuth, of Ottenbeim.thlx county, toik Saturday were the ty Life Association, of Staunton, VirginCold. Friday and Olive Branch, wns here Saturday and the white veil at the rrsulimi Convent, coldest May and June days tbnt have ia, and that their connection with it is is an Friday. Tie- Utulsville, favored ua with a call. been experienced in this latitude for ma- sufficient guarantee of the company's reMTw IIoNuvnoon IIitfji AxnndTliont-so- n elaborate and beautiful one. The novitiate n day. Thu mercury went down to liability and excellence. It. L. Baknett. like a bride in white, andnslho ny McKobtTta, of Ijincaster, were vlait-l- IstlrcN-eby Dr. P. 10 and but for tho clouds n heavy frot This Company is represented ' ut'Stiou 3 are answered by each h black ndntivea here Sundnv. would have ruined the crops. Fires W. Logan, Gen. Man. for Kentucky." W. II. Wkmikv, SiiNriiitendent of habit Is drawn over her attire and she were in demand nnd people shivered Schoola nt Concordia, Kansn, U vliltiri: is then a nun. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. around in winter wraps and red noses as his sinter, Mrs. J. It. James. Graves, Sea &c. the county court yesterday the will if they had been transferred suddenly to In f Parla, pnpri Mw. A. Uiiiiannkv, fell Heavy rnins of Mrs. Ben Helm was probated. Her an Arctic region. N. Store, was here yes- - husband is appointed executor without Thursday nnd Friday, n:ul yesterday an tor of the Is a Cnndidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of Manager Sulingcr. IN PRESERVES, SWEET DRIED FRUITS, WED GOODS, terdny naaiatiui! bond. It bequeaths bur Montana proji-ert- other cold nnd not needed one wns fallinc L.ni(uin uuuniy irtnovracy. Monks. J. II. Hkow.v, .1. C. McFcrmn to her two children and gives the ing. . nnd It. I.. Salter were here to attend the rest of her real anil personal property iu PICTURES ! FoiiEi'Al'on's 2o cent circus, one of the Committee. meetim; of the Senatorial husband. Kentucky and Florida to her best shows of tho kind for the money, is GO TO CORDIKR'S AT ROWLAND, KV., Mihm La vinia Shannon baa jfiven up clicap Mr. S.un F. Cowan left no will and J. N still with us. The heavy rains havo for Koo "d New photograph.. Cabinet J1.50 nccnenct, new inttrumvnu nnd duien. "atarrinic'' na a bad job nnd will piny Meuefee qualified as administrator. cttcr prepared lhati ever to do fine and large Main and Somerset Streets. P. greatly liiterferred with the business, work. parts with Tom Keeno next Seabusiness manager front n pair of which haH been light. They gave two son. Of it Mit. A. C. Sine, who had relatives in unmentionables to his seamstress to lix performances yesterday and will go to The whole party Junction City city of Johnstown, Ph., 1h n few days ago. but thu the wiped-ou- t unable to learn coon who took them mistook the hous is well behaved and have favorably im- My New House on Main St., in jjreat eiistiense, beinu Mr. W. It. anythinu do'Iiiite from them. Stanford, Ky. for terms apply to Mr, W. II. ami handed the bundle to the young la- pressed our people. A , Stanfjrd.cr U roe at Ilanville. Ky. manager, is as clever n felthe In the closing exerciea of Hamilton dy who came to the door, with tho reLOTTIE N. HOLMES. 3, Vhginia lluwinan recited mark that he wanted them by that af- low ns is in thu business. We commend College Miss "Money Muck." "Hobo nnd the Ferry" ternoon. The young lady with her vis- tho show ns onu extra good for the Ms, Shingles and Shoss For Sale. and did other pnrta in a moat creditable itor opened the package with a light money. manner. heart, thinking of a treat of feoiuo kind, Fjiik. At 8::W yesterday morning fire Ten Thomand Fiat Rail atJ 10,000 Poplar SatltKV. Bkx IIklm wont te Some-ve- t when they were horrified to find a pair broke out in n house owned by Mrs. Shingle.. on hind Men'n, Women Mihc' and I have Forood & Co. urday to naaist in theinatallatiou servicby The matter was subsequently George I). Wearen nnd occupied by Ma- Children Shoe, mado will Alter, the Very loweit Imd Mundrl'e. which ell at es of Itev. Harvey (ilaaa, consequently explnined, but tho blushes ria Brown and Ambrose Merritt, located price I huve bought them and they mutt be ho want complete and old. My Mock there was no preaching at the Presbyte- which suffused the b. m.'s face when he on the creek back of the Presbyterian baritnllit can i them by fallinjr.tho.emean but- itt . . U. UII..111K1 rian church Sunday. continue to suf- cMurch. After it was half burned some IICSB, fontiil out the situation l.ll.fc, Mna. Maiiy V. Bowman favors us with fuse, and will account for tho unusual body thought of the force pump ami an invitation to tho Hamilton College redness. , hosu that belong to the town and they Public Sale of Vah&th ftwn Property. at commencement, which occurs were brought into good service in preThe concert at Hubble Friday night, venting a spread of tho (lames. Mot of thu Lexington Opera House. There I wil! offer fur ialo on unulnatea, but they will not get any given by Mrs. Priestley's music class, tho furniture was saved and thu loss is cartSsoxprcs-ilyMatiii"no proved even more creditable than the principally on Mrs. Wearen who valued 15, 1889, 4 bouquets, tho performance here. Tho participants had (lowers." poronal property: The following real nnd No insurance. stage anil ex- tho house nt about $200. TWO mVKLMKG HOL'SKS AND STORE- Oxn of the youngest froight conduc- gotten mire med to the houtc.one dutlltiiRon Mmn itrtet, opposite the n hibited little or no "stage fright," which Nashville From Lincoln. J. M. Shitckleford, tors on, tho Louisville Weathcrfurd llolei, two kUtU.1, and contain, tabid, corn crib 6 niuint with No. i is Clarence Hocker, son of Mr. Joe even the profes'iionaN occasionally have iust nmioiiited U. S. indo in Oklahoma, cow lot, vc ; Mri'et, now Hocker, of Junction City. He him charge to contend with. The programme was is a nntivo of this county, linvinj; firtt The other on Danvillerooms jjnrdtn, occupied by Ac. Sev- seen thu lijiht on tllo old Hennett Cloyd Mr. Woods, with 4 of our local freight and a more polltu nnd unchanged, s:vu that n solo by Will ureet. adjoinThe Morvliou.e ia iHu.U'd nn idi- and lontaini 4 ing tho dwellli'jf ii the wet .Many of the attentive young gentleman in his busi- erance nnd ii couple of cornet solos by farm some 02 years room, Lclow with roni uptair. HcuhIkiHI aim Kiuhen Furniture, would bo hard to llnd. Barboui-vill- e Joe F. Waters weiu ndded. All of tho older citizens remember him as a rather Alo all my Cosl ALL COLORS AND PRICES. ness LtimU-rAc. member acquitted themselves in a way bright boy of gentlemanly mein and News. located in adcirahlf part Thiah.ipreilitatcii repair. Any one wish-ldeserving of praist and thu general verof the town and I" Bood His father moved mldress Liluiv nrlvitslv befora (lie of ale call oil dict of tho largo audienco was that the from this county when tho judge wns T. D Kiitrlmh, Dnnvllle, or Mr. C. II. Ilishnp, CITY AND VICINITY. lliiitoiiMile tlperformanco was good from start to fin just entering manhood, but a number of Terms, csuh in Ky. nund. Sale t 10 o clo:k, fiarpA Willi: screens fot doors ami windows ish. A largo number were present irom ioK' .NiKS.C. II. section served iu the regimen in this T. D. I'iclih, Auctioneer. ' nt Si no & M'iiefeo's. Stanford, which was further proof that ment Unit ho commanded during tho . " 0 apSuva shot, a euro killer for potato they had enjoyed tho performance here war. Those who know say that the, HULL, ;' r nnd wanted to see more of it. The pointment is a very ,meritorious one. bugs, nt Metcalf A Foster's. ! served by tho ladies consisted of subMl Indictki) rou Liiiku Wo learn that Ice cream freezers, water coolers and stantial?, fruits and ices nnd was an ex 11. II. No. o;iS II. F. InutrnMlnns from JlllllIO IJOVll tllO refrigerators at W. II. Higgins'. cellent one, thoroughly evincing that tho !. Will ho permitted totervo a few cuwi at my tt- Laurel indicted tho editor in grand jury of ladies of that vicinity are iiiuum. ui rumuru, bluon l.ancater pike New hats and new (lowers in endless soason, and fee of of this paper for criminal libel, in Throo Dollars by tho groom, paynuiea m hU. the highest sense of the word. cent, in Milt lli. tliu Mrs. Kate Dudderar's. variety nt nrtido from n gentleman thero 50 ot breeding till the cow vance, with the privilej " IT to be Ubat'km Aoai.v. Altl1011j.l1 it rained ho had confidence, thnt tho prove - ....... tin calf. n.tf nnlv nf M'l.lI. GotoW. II. HigginB' for grain era- nml the weather wns as cold ns tho dend in whom suppressed indietmentsngninht breeding, but I. individually a verylb." Vfrv heft fupenor aniis couit had Is Receiving His dies, mowing blades, snaths, Ac. mal in every particular. He will not (all to tiro, of winter, tlio Danville were on Iiunil republicans for election frauds nnd al- duce milk cow, of tne highest excellence. Hoth f guarantee this. Foil n cool, refreshing drink go to Friday nftornoon and jdnyed tho first lowed only those ngainst democrats to his pcdiitree andn his individualityhae for eeral cattle The get a glass of milk shake. of tho now Keric". Not satisfied stnnd. Wo did this in good faith nnd masons taken the lead In the blooded cattle markgiiniu Zimmer's and highctt with beinj beaten twico by tho Intkhiok without mnlicv and are willing to faco et by commanding under the hammer the mure Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial priies, and having the capacity to produce :.!0 a. m., beU)kt. Sunday, about than any other breed and as much milk and Journals they challenged them npiin any jury of contlemen on tho question. and as butter ,hcy w'" "ot ,ni1 t0 lne,r Owsley's and tho Presbyteri''e0 tween Dr. result of tho first j,'nino was ns Judge Boyd seems disposed to throttle lead in popular favor, W. II. MILLEH. black nnd tho an church, a lady's UHunl a Boro defeat. Tho neon was 23 tho press and ho may bo nblo to do so in sale twofinereRUtered I have for silk umbrella. to 17 in favor of tho I. Jn., tliu larinuin-be- r his district, but wo will say to hint here hull calve and one grade heifer calf. . II. MILLI.ll Bhowing that thero wns and alwaya that ho cannot frighton this of scored Stanford. Ky. Mt. Vernonites nro enthusiastic The college there poor playing nil round. Tho fault wns paper. Wo havo neither timo nor spneo over n pronosition to build n tho in- and tho Signal says $1,200 was subscrib- - not with tho players, however, but with at tho Into hour that wo received present, but tho wet ball, which nobody could hold. telligenco to say more nt ed at tho first meeting. Rico nnd Wilson constituted tho battery jujjf0 Boyd may expect to hear from us If you buy aMcOORMAOK REAPER or MOWER you are certain Mil W. J Caisson was in again yester- for our nino nnd considering tho circum- - enry nnj often on the subject. to get one of the best Machines made. day with ft basket of his; fine strawber- stances did good work. At tho seventh H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor If you bub a McOormack Machine you can depend on getting refrom Johns- E. As the flood receded ries sent by his mother, Mrs. Amanda inning Severnnco rested Rice by pitching of tho pairs when wanted, without delay or vexation, which ia one of tho unprecedented scene of desolas town an Carson. Mr. Carson has plants one inning nnd it was then thnt the better reputation, No Hotel In Kentucky ha, Bob" at most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or splendid variety "Sharpless-Bi- g nnd lu proprietor Is determined that it jumped from 7 to 17. Rico then tion, wreckage nnd death wns presented. shall be maintained. city is completely gone, no lees than 52 a hundred. Mower; no mistake about it. took his position in tho box, caught a The tollily and struck two men out, thus ending liOObulldingslmvingbeenentirolyswept The McOormack Machine Co. have always been in the lead of A couple of men went to tho He has recently added to hi appointments Js. onco moro vic- nwny. Tho dend tiro everywhere, nnd their competitors in the manufacture of Twine Binders, and with house on tho Preauhorsvillu piko Friday tho gnmo, with tho I. of moat constrvntive place tho loss night about 11 o'clock nnd demanded ad- - torious. Tinsley, of tho Dnnvilles, who the Johnstown nlono nt 5,000 people, their Improved No. 4 and Big Four Mowers they havo a line of Maa holy lifo ut nt mittanco from Mrs. Ware, tho keepor. impressed our boys Danvillons nt othor points will chines second to none. In tho box, was fearfully batted while the fatalities Sho promptly refused to let thorn in, terror when heard from swell the list to an First-Clas- s Livery Stable By all means, see winA Machines before you make here, whon Ilann was givon a chanco to when they tried all of tho doors and thnt cannot oven bo approximated. ' cominghiarvest. failed to effuet an entrance. display his ability, and was also "knock- To ndd to tho horror much of tho debris To accommoda e the demands of bis Increased your selection for dows, but Best Turnouts lutuuhed next gamo will bo played nt is on fire, nnd tho dead aro being de- transient patronage. and others. GEO. D. WJEAREN, Agt. Commercial Travelers After uttering a few oatha of vengeance, ed." The spoiled of personal effects. Danville Friday next visit. they left, promising a return ! walton.dub. W. White was coming to town yesterday ho was attacked by n iners. largo yellow'dog. Ho attempted to rido TitK commencement exercises of Elli-o- tt away from lifut when tho dog followed. InBtftuUi, Kirkaville, will occur on Ho then fired and put a bullet through Thursday. his heart. and pa A meetinci of tho Tiik boys played with snow balls Friday evening nnd tho spectators shivered trons of school district No. 10 will bo in overcoats, but thu I. Js. got there as held nt S. M. Carrier's store nt 2 v. M., usual. Juno 8, to consider plans for now school-luuiu- i' A full tneftlni' is desired. I. Mn. 0. J. Nkwlanii received on Satur .l'iK) plants from Pitts- II. Pryor, Chairman. day an order for local In this burg. Ho gives bis two-linMit. Slauohteii was prepared to furpaper thu credit for the sale. nish n dinnor forWXi poisons last Saturm m day at Dripping Springs, but on account Mn. J. N. Menefek is regularly of tho cold disagreeable weather the Pic-nl- u for sherill' in this issue. Hu is was nostnoned until tho following a capital man and his conduct of tho ofSaturday, June 8th, when the same fice before entitles his clams tomoreihau will bo presenteddinner, ball, Ice ciikam nnd milk strnku lit It. Win. While AV. Mass Conventions Called In the 18th Sena-- 1 torlal District. j The Senatorial Committee of tho 18th tax-paye- m court-hou- se Wall Paper, Wall Paoera Wall rV" vl .t i o Court-Hoii- so pro-gram- resp'-ctiv- u M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. PRICES ALWAYS HS-ASOITABL- 3i Sow-de- rs via-itiii- tf thosimi-lurease- of This the season for Canned can and no where else a better selected stock than at v. ht-n- - T. R. WALTON'S. - 6A1DBN SEED Shells for Walks, m m m nj d Beautiful Flower Pots. MM J. MIS, J. 3IENEFEE - m k Ml -- T. H. WAITOIT, it Burton, Clerk. thick-heade- d to-dn- :ron SAX1B.3 ,1 Fore-pnug- h, HiL-ibi- CLOTHING! "IN" ? i v j. ! of. I j! M rsa 1 PANTS AND SUITS. SUMMER COATS VESTS, to-da- y $ an-1- 7 Saturday, Jnnc 1 sys-tur- i SN M-il- nj-- - . nt Bruce & McRoberts. Mo (Do . Blip-pe- HOS.TKIN-rRi:iSIA- Captain Aajjgie Wayne 111 MUPLEiY9 SUMMER ctu-inist- s puu-lishing- M ERCH ANT TAI LOR GOODS! w - ..11 T Holitein-Freiia- SPRING AND gold-heade- e'l ',,n Holsteln-Krei-si- an m The Long and the Short of. It. THE MYERS HOUSE Dan-vllle- Pool and Billiard Parlors ex-te- nt these the A, tijua - "f -- ii S V V ,.j sr Fv. t u' -. W ,J . v.ts"w 'jH Ji7 , , TimwrrHK'fWFie . j, .. ,,-- BJLLMLIMJltJLMJyU,lLl! v JW!PJff! v tl. rSS lb Semi-Week- ly KAt InteriorJournal Resolutions of Respect.' At n callctl mooting of the bonrxl of of tlio Nationnl Bank of Huston ville, Mny 25, 1SS9, present Dr. Ed Alcorn, T. J. Ilobiiiaon, J. W. Powell, the following action was tnkon, h: Having learned with deep regret of the death of our esteemed fellow otliriitl, Mr. Samuel Cowan, we claim the itrivileiM of expressing our soiiso of his worth, our gtlef over his Ioph and our Hinccro sviuniUliy with his mourning family. Sir. Cowan was widely known as a man without reproach, the bouI of honor, strict in Intpgrity, wise in ' counsel, strong in convictions, genial in temperament, itiduHtrious in habits in short, a useful citizen and a reliable friond. Asa testimonial to his memory wo will spread this brief expression on our records and reouest that the Isteri. ok Joursal, of Stanford, and Advocate, of Danvdle, give it a place in their col K'w'n Alcorn, uinns. T. .1. HoniNHo.v, .Tas. W. Powell. nt Beauty Is desired and admired by nil. Amorift the things which may licit bo doue to ciiimiii-- THE NAPIER HOUSE, LIBERTY, KY MI3SI1TCIR, Hay hortv, 13V4 landt hitih, three) cits old this if,U: imlltir. full brother lo Maud Metirnirer will innko the icaton nf ibSi at Charlpt DunnS, i)i miles Iroin Stanford, on the Kuth llranrh plku Ed. Barlow, 2375. STANDAUD RULK6. lllack Stallion, ty. hsnds high, foaled iSSt bred by A Uoldsjiith, Urango County, New York, Published Every Tuesday and Friday F. W. WARR.NNER.FROP'R. $Q JPEIl Y1CAR.IN ADVANCE 'When not so paid $2.60 will be charged.- - K.C. t 4:30 p. m. LOCAL TIME CARD. mil at 7:00 a. in., returning Train leaves Row xtv.'iuitf-.M'jtfcr- lAmWMtfcs t L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. fiifiift-z- T Iw.utty fa tlio dally mo of Ayor'a Hair Vigor. No matter wltut tho color of tlio hair, this preparation gives It a luv tro and pliancy that adds greatly to Its charm. Should tho hair bo thin, harsh, dry, or turning gray, personal I havr leaned the above Hotel and Intend run-nin- e It in In iwery particular. So- AT $25 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, 89-cial attcn'ton to commercial men, Money due at aoon m the fact It otcertatned or Slrod by CA3TELAR, (The dam ol Carver, and dam ....-..,... 3rd dam 1062. mate parted with, 14 lit dam Woburii Maid WOOD WALLAGE, ! jij CHAR1.KS DUNN i ifo) by Wobum toa by a Mambnno horse C Man'sFourth Outfitter Avenue, Louisville, - - This fine Jncl:, i ycsrtotd, black with white points, 13 hands hlith, will make the present sea. sou nl our ttables, mile nm th of .Milledgeville on the Danville and lluttonvills pike, 1 JE S A. IR, I bjr Mambrlno Messenger fif ail train some North " " South..... Express train " South ' North bocal freight norm. ' south.. The latter train alto carry A t 11 31pm j 31pm 1157pm Aycr's Hulr Vigor tho will restore color, bring out a now growth, and rondcr tho old soft ntul shiny. For kcoplng tho scalp clean, cool, and healthy, thoro la no bettor preparation in tho market. " I nm freo to confers that a trial of Ayer'a ITalr Vigor has convinced mo that It Is a genuluo nrtlclo. Its uio has nut only caused tho hair o( my wlfo atid daughter to bo Kentucky. HOTEL. At $10 to Iiisuro a Living Oolt, Ca-ia- 9,ASTK,'.AK ,o6' pr Volunteer, jj, sire tf St. 1st dam (Miss Nodfne.by Ham- inunn.son 01 roitei't .la; sit diun Wells' Star, dam or Artillery tnjf, and Modesty j si) by American Star, 14: 3d dam by Remand. WOIIURN, j4i. by Hambletonian, io:"itt dam MlssCoole) l, Telegrtph.joi; id dam the dsm or leo. Cbidey by Friday. Juliena ti.ctc; 37am am 30 c42li2' passengers, SSJPin NEWCOMB welt-kno- The above It calculated on standard time. Solar time Is about 10 minutes fatter MT. VERNON, KY. Thit eld and Hotel It still maintain ins Its fine reputation, Chrge reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. M. I". NEtt'COMH, I'rop., t Mt. Vernon, Ky, Sj-t- t RpYAl The Paris Girl. I' fc $ 'i I'M Lf l: 'fa T rv' 'Sire of Sallu. Vagen a tS. M. r. ' hand. high. .Standard: Vclume VIII, trms-tuuA. 1. R. ,imS;.) appear-unco- ." STANFORD, KY. SIRED IIY LYLE WILKES 4j llyOeoivs Ofllce on I.ancttter Street, onpontaCourt-Houtikes . ,,, re 0f i In jocrbetler Havine removed to thit place from Liberty, in Arthur Sims has proved himtelf to be a mperb dam Flora by Skedaddle IthorotiRhbred.l practice lilt profetaion, callt the attention of the Call and tee his colts at his home a Ham Medley bv Old Watev. l,v .,- -. pub lie to the fact that he will be ready at all hours breeder ' ' 1 dam by Shefion1. Telrgranh day or nli(htto callt in town or country. WYANDOTTE. Standard No by .Metro, 4 uani iv rank (tlivrauglibrrd Thirty years oflilt hie were spent in Stanford and liolitan, one of the best bred tons ol Ryidyk's he deems it unntcettary to tpeak ol his ability at a phytlclan and turireon. A share of the patron-ac- e Hambletiinlan, having lor his dam Hyacinth, by foufth " ,h,'U nd"""' aoneytn d Volunteer; td dam Clara the flam of Destcr t I;; of the people of Stanford and vicinity Itntked nnu 1icmiur, inesirvoi wirecior a Ij, ('lianas .ni ? ' u.'f,1' lV,tho f'" "J ""Ir Jtrand f by him. See I la First dam Ijidy t)li. and be7,r.K,e t,""".,,huM hl" l'"H'cd.m.ln Welsh by William Welih. the sire ol Prim.,. Imiw. I V. of .. get hit i tialssiH and Jetcmith tjM; d dam an ikhred it,, . .1 iiuw In ir.hi.' lu,.'"" or ace lueni.. . in Wagoner mare, ,Vc this grand )outig colt con- w,ii 1114.U recorti. .,,:' a i n. ,....-- .. t. t, . . I tains 43 cent, of the old horso K) sdyks Ham. o?d o1. wilV'r h ; eT, Yl On Sunday night, December jotli, In the town hletonian No. 10, the founder of the gntitett trotting family the world hat ever known, coursing of stanlord, Ky., a lll.ACK llOKSK, at.out 13U handt high, 3 ) part old, both hind feet hit. small through his vHnt from diflerent channels name. er Dansille Wilkes ha.proten himtelf a fine breed and It sure t prod in e trcttcrt and pints, on star in the forehead and snip on note, lie carries I) Rysdvks llamblett nun, Volunteer, Metruitoii-taand Wllll-in- , Welsh hit till, which it mtv heavy, a little onu tided He I'roducc nuw tor f. Limited to 13 uiproted marcs For further in A marvel pur ty, Thit powder was hitched to a tiue.litr biigey, comparatively strength and w Ij imnu. More economical new, with blue cloth lininjt. Ilciidet the State formation or cards addicts ij than the ordinary kindt Jrd can not be sold In T.A KLKIN, reward of J jo, I will )jie $j for the recovery of $25 to In3uro Living Oolt. competition with the multitude o( low test, short Lancaster, Ky the horse, bugcy and thief. J AS C.IIKII), weight, alum or piiosptuicpawder. Sold only in Stanford, Ky. 97 The bett (it care l.ken with tnatrt and gratt at ROVAL ilAK'NU POWDKR CO., cant. h usual rate, but not re.p9n.iblr f8r accident, 10S Wall street, New York. iS tlinulu any occur. ! 31. ot th .i!,imtnMiUUl!i,".r '" msr-AnE0 go Int., training tor a taster record p .1.- -. .ij. rartiss that s .rll inr.....i 1 m .m AND HE! STASIS, Thit iherotighbrcJ will make the tratonol ilij il'i,roilifhva. 'lood mu,., LIVES?, to Ihetrottrrand S3 at the OeorKc Ritttell fsrm,on the Danville and crriainly bst plenty of It, his M dam dcing by a. thoroughbred bene, and then the lliittonvillc pike, near Millcdgetlllc, at CO STANFORD, KV. w CD pacing crott he hat should tend to produce fast ana good race hortet a . Danville ; Wilkes itl make lhe.ea.onst the Fair w. J nun Money due September i, ijo A lien retained on (rounds. Danville. ts i SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL Da.d. Trading tnc mare travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. all col It until monev it -- j tn loricitt iniuranie TICK COMI1INKD STALLION. it Only hortet and t chiclet uted in livery. I Detcritition llreechloadcr It a rith darL bav. ef crwith black point., heavy mtneandtail, i hands B agent for the Alto w nign, 1111 cons are large, nne ana ol color; o can be sen at I. S Tevis WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO. -- t rKDI(,NIK, iVi"!.mA" ,!i" JVon nf ,tlL mY si'Wa No 47. I'.RKI'.rill.OADKIt, ba, f.uled In 1M0. Shelby City and Millejgr.ille. In Lincoln between county, . 1 Illllct, ijo. 00 the Danville and Hutlourilic pike, at 1 dam Nellie Viley, (grsrd dam of Dinette) by ted ar.d Sale Stable, ircry, Q Hob Jahnton. a dam Mary Churchill by Alex Churchill sand-piper j dam by Imp. Margrave grand dam of King Al- - Sound and all right. Will not be allowed to terve (onto.) ter. maret that are not regular hrrclert. Monet due P cs- 4 dam Mittlctoe by Cherokee comtt, mar sold or transferred. A !i. Susan by Tiger dam 5 D iring tho 18 hours ending at 9 o'clock lien will be held on all cults until paid for. -- j a4 6 dsm bv Albert. netcription and Pedigree -- Harrison Chief. Ir. T miim-illtliirt tiinrninir f)urri fi'll in 7 dam by Aljterine. .. . .... iivi, .nui is hands jlnchet in height, ! dam by (.rey Alfred p o ef nearly tlttee inches of rain, tho heaviest 4 jtcart ili ihUtnnnc. hM biff LONDON, KENTUCKY. ,n,ln... 11 9 dam a mare purchased m Virginia by Capl It bv Itarrl.on Chif. hm l.v tail r'l.i- -,mint .1. ...., I'urbndgr lir breeding, hut whme pedigree f l.ady precipitation for the year in that space CAPT. FRANK Thome siS. Hit .Um l.ute. the O it nowlott'; believed isle by Americut. B.JILEY, PROPRIETOR uan.cr 1 19V . I he dam of Harmon Chief,dsm of 10 dam by Imp. Monkey, of time. This makes the rainfall for tho by a sou of Walton's Mambrlpo, heoutof a Jr. it marr 11 dam by Imp Medley Thoroughly ., ni...no,r . Aooanan, ad dam by Mlnevoley, month iu txccs of the average for May, class Fate and Ktnovatcd and Refurnished, First W. II. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. is dam by Imp Shark, Reasonable Pricet. Day and night miiiK.01!1 JJ,""" by Shawhans Tom I) dam b Imp Fturnaught and reduces tho deficiency for tho first Trains are met by Polite Porters ot this Poputat LONDON, KY IijponealliUct.sirc of above harto andalto.Mist ett: ' .J-'" hy Davy Crock, "." .,fc.,l,n: .. stb , . Good turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire v... f.., ... i&ri llelvidrre.The Uanets, Ac, died late- Mdcr, dam- bv llal.ru , Ais .i,... t.u ...,, r . j, five months of tho year from 11 to S House. sa,-t- f. London It the matt conven- ly on reasonable frmt Hit get last teuton .van 1 1,041 und he Mr inches. Three inches of rain, according ient point on the railroad to reach places in the stood tecond in the list of winning tires, lie wat cumblnt--V. II Wilson, of Cynthiana. Ky , sold a gelding, a full brother nf Harrison of the State in the mountain S4 years old and his get wen from It;; to lo 11 Jr, fnrji.jo,,; also sold too others at Jl,;ja Chief tn a calculation made by our office cat, is .Mr $51, o J so. .Uc Renakcr uiinther csimbined gelding f. r Patiurc for msret at $1 30 per month. No S o V 3U9,:575 pounds to tho acre 40,502 galnT.n you can tee tho fcrvd of ,4, colt It more ? 's. -V fir accidcntt. saught alter than any -- thet sUllMp at they brmg lons, 1,470 barrels, 738 hogsheads. Such 5rsi Attorney at Law, CIIAS R. JIF.LL belter prtees than any ather stallion. 33 n n a8Upplyof moisture, though not particaepiai i jo month on grait Care Stanford, Kontucky. taicit to prevent accic'tnlt but not rr.pbntible ularly needed at this juncture, provides ui'm in':ncuri. C.T SANDIDI.E. n nsins o3 B O Mllledgcvllle, Manh t7, itts a convenient surplus in the surface res Will practice in all the courts of this and adjoin-li- s N . w c g counties and in the courts of appeal Ray stallion. 16 hanjt bikh, loaled April 14, iS, p ervoirs of the earth upon which to draw Office oer McKoberts & Stags', drug1 stare. K Hit fir.t dam by (jray liW; id tlaui by Topper-LoirT B 5" during the dry summer season. Louisin, Ac. 3 wT He a. sired by Mes.eiig.r Chief, Jr , l.y Mesville Times, :0th. o W 5 Si senger Chief, sire of Maud Metrcr, io)(; 111 "a dam Jennie by hlmo, nl dai by Manbrino Met. 3 j. s g corres-pomli'i- it The Ciiiciiitiati KiKjuirur 1hh " Z L tenger; 3d dam by Mambnno Chief. 4th dam by Imp. Nuoolcon: cth clw b. g m tth dam bv a?V E whoso sole duty it is to visit "ULAJK Olt.VS ItOt'TJC. ' Tlg.r; jihdam by Dirnaby s Diomede: Jib dam n c " oy cannons nip, gtn asm ny Miiptrt I'aragon. prohibition Statos tind j;ivt' thi result of -- 3? .Me.icnger Chief w, .Irrd b Abdtllan 1'ilot; $5 Co his observation. In a letter from there Hoard fruin June I tu Ju.y i, per week :. 'S2 lit dtm far Mamhrino Messeinreri .d .iam 1. THESIIOnTESTAND QUICKEST RGUTE ' rw " s Mniiibrino Chief, Ac. He tired .Maud Mits.enger, s J y s"- ! he .! "Figures prove I hat prohibition oLh per week Fr.m 5 i record a rik; Abel JS4i; Mart! a aj. Manning alter July I .... too si-2.?Rchert H., rscord a jj; trial a UOCH I10t und in Kr.iwas. Ulltler its j Cottage Rent perj.oek after July k j 50 OBNTRAL KBNTUCKy other fait .net, tm 5 (1 T operation the sale of tax stnmpsto liquor , Single Mcut Abdallah l'ilrt wai sired by Alexander's A litis I . 5, Jr To all IMntt lah; nt dan lllamlma by Mntiibrino Chief. He cared f.r, per 3;oo dealers lia.s inereu.sed until thov re.teh . tired I'ickarda l8Jf, Red Jim and other. "ROAlnVjy, i "' Alesander's AbJntUri (sm of Rvsdyk's Ham. H.2,5 nearly 3,000 and -viehl thu government .1 in get advAiitasu icduced bletunlan, sire of Destsr J lljf ) He sired field. B. r. "TL smith Mmd 14 ; Major Kd.jll 139, who In turn Revenue of 5,000 a year, hvery one rates -- R.peufully. a. L. si'OONAMORK, s, a a. tired Rubtrt McO'eor J 17, sire of Ronnie Mo. III-I O Addnts, sunfard, Ky. afrtf j who wants bug juice in lCansas can SSTKI CJ firegors 16K, Sr, &c w St Klmo. rcc iu jo, was sired by Alexander's i s ,1 7A8T IjINE UETWEEN it. I lirvi) thousand saloons are in full Abdallah, dam said lobs by Imp llutlfuundcr.Ac. "red-eye.- " blast Thesu fiaures Mar.ibrmo Chief, the .ire of tlie second dam of , Lor.g-SiaiHrl- ng Z. 9 Met.tnirer Chief, Jr, tired the j;rtt Lady Theme LEXINGTON Cj JLN tell their own stoiy and when your pro- - U & CINCINNATI. a 18W, and Mainhnno I'stchen, who in tiitn tired r 5.3 l,etidnn cr. JOj. and 13 others In J 30 ami heller and liibitionits is confronted with them liul m Rowland, nltn sired the dams uf tiny Wilkes a icb. Ilaron n v i31ood Discaaea are cured by 5 Blmuders ami reddens and kiiirIb out. Wilkes 1 18 and the dams of it other, wild a s- - x; SUIRDULK IN UFFF.CT MAV. , 1880 Dealer In Sli persevering ubo of Ayer'a of a ')nnil better. Boine exeifo to dehtrov their force. He willttalid the teaon of 1U9 at our Livery So. J. Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Cap3 No , Snrsaparilla. No 6 58? 55 Stable in Ciab Orchard at La bun. B2. - ! " K.t. Sun. It is the peUbiotlin .of deserters aild Daily. Tins iucdlciuo is an Alterative, and 2.1 J--l 0ott, Shoet, Clnthinr. Hardware, ware, finware, Furniture and a n causes a radical ciinngo in tho system. of thein lire POV feedillL' nt I.ve Cincinnati . 5 & no .p m 35 pm I.ve Covinglen.. vao a We will alto ita..d cLr Jack, The process, iu soma cases, may not bo ra 09 p m 1 tj . . ' cnu-- 01 tue ptioiic nouiity juiupen', Lve Falmouth... 9 4 a 3 t. 17 P in 4 08 p in 9 qulto m rapid as in others ; but, with Strs . Lino n s Arr I'arit.... II 10 a m 10 v p in J so p m B. thousands of whom never heard a hos- . A 1 .wriilvtenco, tho result Is certain. Arr I.exinglen. x; IJ CO P w 11 00 P t. jo p in " 1. n a "2 Fncy Candies, Canned Goods, fie. Who did tile Cllll fired, of S'.'S tJleait tltosf t testimonials : I.ve i'arit...... ...... 11 to a in I .... i45 I'm of J'roduce taken in exchange for gooJs. . At SUVRN DOLLARS to Insure Season due Arr Wnchetter.., 11 05 p mi I suffered from a se.... o in ti m "For two imtneiito dainace to the coninitbsary tie- when inaruia parted with Arr Hlchmofld,... I JO P 7 30 P m vere twin in my riKlik sldo, ami had R (i A CURTIS COVER. 14 und noUt particlo of injury to Arr I.ancjler.., 4 so P mi partmi'itt other troubles cAtiHeit hr a torpid liver Q P to' Arr htanloril. . .. ami slywrra. After piliiff several l fiwuilOi mw LVMjivuvuiHD kit (la Jala THE:FANCr'3AI'Dl E STALLION, llJ I.ve RlcKmund ,.' 5 I' 11 ftilr Dial without a euro, I draw their quarterly stipends from tho " Arr Rerea- 3 00 p ml,.. begun to fak.) Ayer's Snrsupurllla. I ? Arr l.caington.... 5 '" V m :. ..m'..'".'.""..'.'.'.'. public treasury, thotich living in Europe ivimi drily Ultollted by thu liist bottle, I On Furn. -- tnd uftcr ta).!ii v llto bottles I was N'- iLrL'jLMiirvtriiniiiiiN. . Dwellings, 1 Houfhold pp,,-- , . Stirs, Stores, Mcr- North Round. i. No. ,. sa..u.., ... , ,.. ..'-.- , No $ ttirtd." John W, IJouson, 70 mm iMvin-- naiL mto. Koaled May ., 18;,; ,,ari.l: At.thogcny bay, 15K IIY MKTROPOI.I TAN. 1371, thltt is Objected The men who , Li.v,iuti fit., Lonell, Jlaw. hands high, heavy mane and lad; I. T trictly Hiie " I.ta r.itiugtton. S to a in Son of Rysdyk's Htnublctoidin. InSUranCO CO. and fanry: i both a natural and pleatant saddler; fotlgllt and SUllered are entitled to the JInr n lat-- carbitnrle broke out Lve lkrea,. 10 5 a m breeds funcy and wli quietly driven In harness .'.'""..'ir..'.. Oil W l.nn. The llsttnl IrlllniHi. Im,l nn t lmiwt lilwr.il ni.n.inna lint iififnrtntintulv t' Lightning; clauses DamJOKTrn. Arr Riclimond... ' attached an J danmget nald goes like a trotter llt-i- t high tail sttlo on both iiil..a rjfvtni,l I wiit rotiilncd to mv bed for for them and for the neople. teua of whether flic entuet or not. Hv lllooj Chief. 703 ; 11 lucked by thorsides to thetmru Lve Stanfn'rd ., ..."""?, "7.T 7 00" "a in ijvtx kn. A friend induced xne to try l thoiibautlfl who neither fought nor oughbreds on both sides, making him vcryuitlve Sire ot Fun Ma RoMnton, a ao!j, d GF.O. II IlUUCr., Agent. 17 Le Lancatler..,, ;:.:'.::.. ? a ' ftjw Svrwiparilln. Less than three id tiinsh a perfect and sprightly in gait; in forn Metropolitan by Rytdyk's ilambletonlan; dim Arr Richmond..., 1 45 a ni are supported at the public ex- model, lie wat tired by lt,0ei beaW the Koro. In all my iiDlcr Denmark, he br Hyacinth by Volunteer, grand-daClara, dam of Lve klcliiiionil,7., a 40 p in 6 10 a m penso. TiintH. Z.. 7 tioddard't Denmark, ho by lialnct ,V Cromwell a Dexter und Dictator, by Sevley'a American iitar. Arr WiiKbeitcr , with mwllilno, I never saw more IS Denmark, be by the race horse Denmark, he by Metropolitan is ucknuwlcdgid by all lobe one of Arr I'arit i 3" P in 7 45 m ' 4 10 P m' 7 a in Vou miy sln nfthfc beauly of apringti me Imp riedgeford His firtt dsm was tirnl by Sir the bett und hv many the very bett bred stallion Lve LexliigluTi ... J 4$ Wallace, he by t'odhiinter's Sir Wallace he by 7 00 a in 3 4S P m That glows on the cheek Of the )oung, ' His full inter, Rnina sold Anotiifrvinrhed effect of tlio ti.so of this Sir Albert illtcrouirhbicdi : ad dam bv Virsimus. at the McFcrransnle for $7,013, the Victorii, price Lve Pans.... m S 4 aj a highest 3S P ut I sil jr of a beauty that's rarer LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. v Lte Falmouth. .. J 30 P in 9 S3 a in 4 07 p m dam of irgitiiut by 'I ranby, thorouuhbrvdl: he ever paid for a brood mare at public sale fnmlli Ine tlm strciigtlienliic of my tn 13 I: Arr Co.ington. ... 0 35 P in 10 it a in 5 ao p m Than any of which you hate sung, 1 nici, uv MRltt."MiH. Carrie Ailauih, Holly inoou 7 in iiiroa's mack- Hawk; dam Mua Arr Cincinnati . 4 45 m 10 whlpp mare. 1 he beauty that's scon In the faces Duncan by Scotrs IIiKhlander;grnnil-daP 45 a in 7 35 Pm byAra-tu- s, prinxo, Texas. 3d dam by Timnleon. Illood Chief sired 11 1. On tht....,.ll- - uraucn, Ol women whose summer it o'er, a div nen.lv l.nmnr tnr r.a had THE LARGFiST AND FINEST eaves I'ar s at ......iih: Wooley Jim s 29 Pantile Rnbintoii a aoj. and 1 no autumn-lik- e and Buffered terribly j ami, as mv broth' beauty that charms us 55. P m, arriving ChlcfaaiS. Illood's Ill.ick Unwk tired iliTl.m,. M?v'".,!!An.d.''. " I er anil sister were similarly anflcted. I I'"ar more than the beauty at jore. of Von Aunln 1 to', and Aliuont, Jr, a 16 nnd the leates .Mayuillo la HOTEL IN THE CITY. at itli a ,n, arriving at Paris at Son of Wallace Denmark above; itt dam by Mijiresunie ti.e inalaily is hereditary. Last I Rut this beauty is seen tuo raraly. The facet of grand dam of llvllu llraifield a 30 mid Prolietie a 18, naves .tl.iysvllle at ty ller's Denmark, t.c by the rice horse Denmark ; his 10 aid W titer. Dr. Tyron, (of FeriiantUna, in Kinfrniu is 4 ears old. bay, ijj4 liiinds high nnd ..... v, ... , ... , ,, most omen lose tho beauty of youth tun soon. dam Florite; id dam by Montgomery. Oliver, 3d extremely line and stylitli Will make the scaton dally except Sunday, 05, p m. ihess trains are ila.,) Tivoriitneiiileil mo to take Ayer' , dam Female disorders are like fro. ts winch come to nip Dreunon RATES S2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORD- - blackby old heavy mane Tom is a line shaped horn.-- of 1889ofat my .t.ible at Moreluud Station, 3 miles ftima'ian.i. .nm I contlnuo It for a year. wilu and lull; 15 hands high; north Hustonville, on the lluitonvlllo and the (lowers which betoken good he ilth, without Tor live 1.' iii Lit took It dally. I natural saddlvr and will warrant him a saddlo mot had t ltiftiitf.lt upon mv Uidv for tho which there can bono real beauty. If our Amer breeder. IMC TO ROOMS. Jast tlttf" iiionllH." At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. N... jltfatesFalmoulfi T. E. "W'iloy, HO ican women would fortify tliemUvei (tjalnst tho Ohainlwrn nt., New York City. 6ooain; arrives Clncin. approach of tho terrille disorders so prevalent nati75J am; except Sundav l.lm retained on all coltt. If any mare It "Last fall and winter I was troubled No jj leaves Clnciiiiuti 8 30 ttm; a,rvc, RUSSIAN IMTHS IN HOTEL. anions them, by uting Dr. l'ierce's Favorite Pre- TURKISH lo another horse or trided tho season w ill be due. with a dull, heavy pain in my 8!do. I ' This fine JacJt is by Olant, lie by Imp, Palermo; Urats furnished at $ per month. Care will be 1030 a in; Sundiiy only scription, their tTod looks would be retained to a did not notice It much nt llrnt, but It itt dam by Robinson's Sampion, he by Imp Mam taken lo prevent ucLidruts or escapes but no o.jj leaves Falmouth 4 ic p in: arrives sweet old nne. This remedy is a guaranteed moth; ad dan by Imp llcrtrind 15 pm; Sunday only. Rrmv worso until It became ' , should anv occur Jaco's itt dam t I rln Nptesr-- No mu II.. (juiciuriiu .U- - uiiirctiuij; weaKnctscs- ana ucv nluiost unbearable. Dtiribs the latter by lUoek Hawk, ad thim by Tippecanoe. W. S. WIOHAM, t runs daily between Ion and Cincinnati. No 4 riiiia dailr Lexini?. .part of thin Hum, tlliordcr of tho stotn-ric- h Thiiit a haiidxuiiift Jck, 4 ears old, 16 hands 17 rungements peculiar to women Jforeland, Ky, ' btiwn Cincinnati and Lexington. high, bljik with meuly itoiu. Will serve a few and liver liure.wcd my tiottbles. I Nos a und fi makn coniicctlont i jennets, Dr. l'ierce's Pellets, one a dote. Cure head- bccnu takltiff Ayer's Samnparllla, and, " "c""'" lornoliilsonlheN N A-- M The nbo stock will make the season of 1SS0 at uv ache, constitution and indigestion. ftor althfutlv continuing tho use of o. 4 mikes tnis connection a I Lexington. We have purch.vcd the Stiitifori Woolen and my t.irnl iU mile from Huttouville.near Carnen. r hli ineulcliio lor t.oinu months, tho pain . . r ter's Station, and will bo permitted to terve by the int r ii .11 Orist Mill and lilted It with mw and sJluappeareil and I was completely This notice forewarns hunters, fishermeu and insurance, The Pride of Woman, machinery and will bru;lii on rjuroil.'' Mrs. Augusta A. JurbuHli, others not tn trespass on our lands without perA clear pearly and trantparcnt skin is ahva)sa mission, as nil such will hi prosecuted to the full. XUaverhlll, Jlaas. a Wallace $12,50; Tom IViny 510, est extent of the law. Signed: sign of pure blood, and all persons tnublcd with . bn.I 1. ...- Throtirh ' de.tination reached by WZ&.""WQ ,0 dark, greasy, jellow or blotched skin can rest as- To do custom grinding and cardi- -i Our Jlr, JACO at $if forjjack cplland;ij for Jennet. GEO. T. J. HILL, HOPPER, For full particulars address n,,y I M. McROnERTS,JR,M. S. sured that their blood is out of order. A few doses Howell his bad over 40 years' experience at the a8ent o( the Co RAUOIIMAN, E.H.RACON, Muck committed to my care and brcedin will ROlir McALISl'KK, of Reggs IRood Purifier & Illnod Maker will re- - biisiiiuts and he ha. arq.ilrcd .1 thirovsh ktiow- lJ.K RRUCP. rUEl'AKED LT Fravelln. Pat.'gV A,.t edge of bfitlitlie brant b . Jn nd.'nion thcr will receive lD.(5, personal ntiention. Urats furnlilicd S. II. SHANKS. S II, RAUOIIMAN, J, .... ,- ...- .1 Sir. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass ,..v v. mm tn c.rdiinr b0 an evner. til ru.ct. 10 be aid for before removal MRS. HFNRV RAUOIIMAN. A M FKI.An'd CotlngroniKy. Ui.e u. a at rutsona evict) l ; six bottlee, tJ. Worth 5 s bottla. H E HUNTINGTON, trantoarunt Fry It, and f satisfaction is not giten trial, llie n.en'tt iiiiKir price 1.11I nr ;. ou of BtiK No re: onsil.rlliv for accidents or es F..T PRNCF, JOHN W HOLMKS, General Manascr. I h & I IIMDKN, it will cost you nothing, it is fully warranted A. whim corn. P I1CWI f' C. PARItlSH, A cpef Pirti'L with stock forfeits Insurance. O'KKAL OFFICES aS J.Sj.FELJ'. CARPEN'lER D. V. HOLMKS !ut ford, Ky '4 Chamber of CoMiuurce Huilding, Cincinnati, I' Penny, Druggist. O. Mi6 POWDER Absolutely Pure -- - a aa a There is one peculiarity about the Paris girl which, while it provides a someAbundant and Glossy, what delicate subject to remark upon, is so extraordinary that we must forget our hut it has given my rather stunted a reipactnhlo length and blushes and contemplate it. I refer to It. Brltton, Oakland, Ohio. the excessive development of tho bust "My hair was coming out (without among nearly all French women. Acany asslstanco from my wife, either). cording to our ideas about the formation I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor, using only bottle, I now have as tluo a of tiue beauty, tins amounts to almost a oito of hair andany ono could wish for." head as It. T. Schmlttou, Dickson, Tenn. deformity. It is a most surprising thing " I havo used Ayer's ITalr Vigor In my girl tripping along to see a spindle-leggefamily for a number of years, and ro- torso! protuberance the avenue with a it as the best hair preparation I for all the world like a pouter pigeon. etiowof. It keeps tho scalp clean, tho hair soft and and preserves And what is still more surprising is the orllnut color. lively,vrifo has used it tho for My is entirely utt a louq tltno with most satisfactory thought that, as a rule, this Benjamin M. Johnson, M. U., nalurrf. I scarcely know how to account Thomas Hill, Mo. for this phenomenal growth of tho " My hair was becoming harsh and dry, unless it is that so many of these but after using half a bottlo of Ayer s Hair Vigor it grow black and clrmy. I girls that we see on the streets and at cannot express tho Joy and cittdfilo I tho theatres are tho daughters of country feel." Mubel C. Hardy, Del i uu.Ill. women, who were accustomed to working in the fields and bearing loads on tho head. Their children have inherit . nr . ed the fine development of the nock hnd Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. shoulders induced by this muscular emSold bv Druzclits and Perfumeri. ployment. However much of truth there may be in a surmise of this sort, t'10 fact remains that the girls here are LEK ir-- HUFFMAN, extraordinary in tho matter of busts. I SURGEON DENTIST, ' SrANfORD. have often marveled at tho shapes of KKKTICKt. French women as wo get thorn iu the Office touth tide Main. cwodoort above Depot St, comic papers. I now 6eo tho basis of the caricature. I nm very often compelled smile at tho sight presented by a girl as she bobs along the bo llcvard like a bird, DENTIST. with tho chest of a hussar and tho limbs Office en Lancaster street, oppotite From ClaraUelle's Let- Stanford, Ky. of a . ho Par-isienn- e, Mention. Arthur Sima. 304:1. 6'u J T Wyandotte, 5528. Danville Wilkes Arthur Sims, Standard V" joii; by Gcii. Knox, recoul s with 13 in t joclstt and jo in J jt clatt, First dam by Itourbon Chlcl, the sire of Calmar a ad dam by Little Arthur, thoroughbred, Will make the aeaxm of 'I) at hit- - home,",Maplct,' r Parting with maroinaktt theseatnn due. ED BARLOW was tired by llutler, he by htotta, Imported from Spain. He lis proved himtrll n tiire foal getter lll staiui at mi-- tiablet, two mil- -t from Stan J E WKIOHT. ford, K.y,,ou the Knob Lick turnpike, at Milledyotlle, Ky, ij S15 to Inauro n Living' Colt or SIO tho HOCKKR I 2:34s. 0. U. M'ROBERTS, D., tjt: m At $ao to Insure. 1 inrr jj, ' 65-t- fay-Ey- 1 STOLtBST tr 1 ""''"fTlkf a ", j;, Ayer's Hair Vigor, I. BRUCE, BREEGHLOftOER c,, m "" $10 to Inauro Living Colt, rlrtt-cla- "W". JB. PE iT K"3T court-houie HARRISON CHIEF, JR., r. $15 to Insure n Living Colt HUck-cvo- d e JACKSON HOUSE -- ,l.l. Us- 1 Wto-lfnrd- 1 t'-tt- d WALLACE i:. YARNON, 1 i-s- r 'ETusissSCr ft tft a ?" !!'.' 11 s!r2sr; M td ..!., s.l GOVER'S MESSENGER. ,"' jr 1ft il n KentuekyCentralR. R. Season Opens June i, '89. WH. ADAMS & SON, KY. ' j ''"' it cf" 3 IeEXIMfsTON t, 'llV'T owcii wt " aii: ai, "V'f pt , 5- I . JtzL. tdLL J . 1 k., J ' "" 4- I 00 OD South-Roun- , Queens-t'lOIISailll- I ' J conoral of Groceries, 00 SIOtolnouro Living Colt. J Coflet-COOl- era ;.,... ".'1 ji-nr- . KCslablisliCd X82f. !is875 CD B a o k John, f -t FOR? HSrSlCJIlAOE cotu-iRi,- r ' Lst -i ..,.. -.- ne.u allace Denmark, 11 RING0LD. m 1 ni,,,,.,.,! J- .,' '"li"";. hiif-fcre- expo-J-Jom- ie Wonderful Results. "I THE GALT HOUSE, 1 ' 7:ocn SoTsiason .oj, ... 1 Wo ln -- JACO! .. ,mtef,,ste!5,-- w ith -- IsTOTIOS. POSTED. I, first-cla- ss ' Oyer's Sarsaparilla, Saturday, 13th, I8S0, at at 't I ....,,. ,..., -.- .i,.ii ....... .m,.,,.,. 1 ns-i- .t : ''(".SaV... 1 sssitssiMSMtfcaaassssw. i:-- J ' lit , lfrA lflr l &. , (. 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