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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889061101 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. tf f 9 " . ' if Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. NEWS CONDENSED. I Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY. JUNE dl, d889. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. ' NO. 35 HUSTONVILLE. ' &w It. M. Jncksou lmn rceentlv inadu Twoili'iiil IhhIIoa wcivcauclit in tho' I havu neglected to Btnto that George' Ohio at Witnuiw, siipood to liuvo lloat- - siino much needed rcpaiis on tliu Hock Adams mul wife, now of McKiniiev. b . f .. a f . .. . spring. ro.io. it .11 cd from Jnliiiittown uiswc I ie.xns aro uniertaiiiiMir a pair oi twins a Three cows and a mule have been boy ami a irl recently added to their Hon. I.t'ouunl .Sui'tt, ono of tho oldj and law- run over by the caw in the town limits family circle. est mul niOHt piomiiu'iit within tho lait few days. Prof. Low den and wife, of Lancaster, yers in ChiciiKO, in dead. IHru Kversole, John Kversolo and have been prospecting as to the feasibili- Tin co lives wero lost by the burn- Goods, conn- - ty of organizing a normal school in this injf of the St. James Hotel, at Mt'voim Allen Luwii, merchants of I.e.-li- o ty, were in London .Sutiiidiiy. 'W'fc, Wednesday nl;ht. place; have not heard the result of their Point, Those who rlnliu to be competent investigations. The louses from the lire at Swattle, Judges say there will be a heavy mast "Wyoming, will not fall short of 510.WK As an evidence of the aesthetic Tl o this fall in this and adjoining counties. 000. The insurance ii tittcs of our region, we would statu that Andy , Smith Uortham and the rats became music mad at .Moreland city will be rebuilt at once. Jack Williams, the alleged leader of Charles S. White, of lineastor, are do- and ruined the fine organ presented by th u gang of robbers who held iii Toiled ing the painting this season for Iondon. A Hriilgewater to Mr. Green's Sunday-schoervisesjire ripe and there is an States Paymaster Whaln several weeks, and See ago, has been arrested at HI l'aso, Texas, nbuud.uice of them. Mr. Needier Adams ami wife, of 1). M. Snbln has bi'gun chiggers are also plentiful in these I.ongview, Ala., Jeft for home after a vis- - We to be it to Mr. Hugh Iigan and other relatives unit for divorce against his wife at St. parts. Dis. Scales and Caldwell and J. II. in this community. Mks Helden, of Paul. Mis. S.ibln is eiiarged with ha-- 1 so hltunl ilrunkumictM ami the inorphiiie Jackson caught a fine lot of fish the oth- - Lebanon, and Miss" Heart, of Illinois, exer day at the mouth of laurel, on the formerly of this region, are visiting Mi&s habit. Cabell." An incendiary tire occurred at the Cumberland. A number of the London people at- horses and, Kensee mines. Twenty-otiUur townsman, Mr. Cassell, has mules wen? burmal to di ah together with tended tho strawberry and lee cream struck a promising engagement in the the large bam, carriage, hay, etc. Los supper at Pittsburg Thursday night. It building Him at Pineville. under the was gott up by the ladies of that place pUs 0f Mr. Grubb. of Shelby City, for- thousand dollars. According to reports fioiu Klizahcth- - for the buuetlt of their church and was merly in charge of the public buildings at Fnuikfort. Mr. G. is in charge of the rown, William Showers, whose young well patronized. Charles Hauser, whoso barn and public w oiks of the new city, which is wife committed suicide a few days ago, is now a raving maniac whose death is contents were burned last week and who 8.iid to be laid out on a magnificent Goods expected at nny time by his physicians, at the time thought it was tho work of 8Cn5e. John Allen has gone to Pineville so Passengers on the Alabama South- - ''"" incendiary, has wince learned that the prospecting and will remain if the out-or- n - caused by one of his work hands look is sulliciciitly Haltering, had a narrow ecapc near Tuscaloosa "n wcu loou ucou ui Luciva uczo ,ixtwn-on- , UOH071, YC, smokin; in the barn. In a brief ttip to Waynesburg last where u trestle was on tire. The engine French-ribbe- d The roof of Mrs. Williams' store week I found the hills alive with the his-htwocoachcswcntthroughthebridge, and the passenger coaches stopped on caught lire Saturday, but the Haines wero tone locust tribe. This is the year for extinguished before any damage was for which his leturn was predicted and Lruvw-uvuuc- u, oiuio brink and no one was injured. the This is the second time recently ' 1L. is on time. It is Mid that his wings low. J. II llenjamin.editorof the Delaud, hou-t- ! has caught tire from a defec- are branded with the letter "W"- -a sure Flu., News.shot and instantly killed dipt, this indication, according to tradition, that J. W. Douglass. Dougl.iM hail knocked Hve Hue made of tiling. Since the recent heavy rains there ' we will be visited with war within the lioiiiiimiiiiiirthciiier and was holding him under the water when the shooting liave been several good tides iu Goose j 17 years intervening before his next The ditllculty was apolitical creek and other tributaries to the Kei it to the surface. This, if fulfilled will tucky river, and from the number of y. opportune; for the material on which onc M. P.ecause llrower, republican member raftmen who have passed through Im-- ' to ba.o a claim for a pension is becoming enough to favor1 don on their return home I suppose a exceedingly scarce. of Congress, was bold taritr reform the President is punishing large amount of timber has been ship C. A. BENEDICT & CO., 31. One of tlsu most accommodating LANCASTER. GARRARD COUNTY, him bv ignoring any and all of his cm pcd. One man in Clay county had preachers we know of is Kev. II. C.Mor Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Is a Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, Wood Dunlap. tne much talked of dorsements. There Is very little else about i'M.QOQ worth of logs awaiting a, subject to the action of the Democratic party. risen, (Methodist.) There's a Salvation Klcc.ioii August, 1S00. candidate for State Trcasuier, is at home, blood iu Mr. Harrison's tide. than republican Stanford, ky. Fnuikfort and they had IS Army iu He is "willin'." veins. ...TTTlnr .r.-n- ' desired baptism by immersion 1? T)"fT?DC! Traders, Horsemen and passed A dozen or more bicyclists Well drilled Surviuors of the Coiiemaugh Valley I1 AlVlUJ!ilij, Stockmen ot the counties and there was no Major of the Army factory prices. to order and Pumpi lurnuhed at ut Marion liovle, Lincoln, Garrard and Washing' Dwlght ltoot sold to Clark Cash a through here Sundav en route to the 30 of 2 1, (XX), have disaster, to the number then in Frankfort. No otlicer less than ton will rind all the news relating to matters of in number of lost hunch of hogs at convention which was to beheldin Dan- - a Major can perform the baptism cere- terest to them in the already registered. "HATiri the leading paper of AJJ V Good caddie horn for sale. A. W. ville Monday. Is now' placed nt 8.000 by those who a Central Kentucky, issued luesdayand Friday of mony. In this emergency they had to each week, $j per year. Send jo cents and try it week niro estimated it at 10,000. I'p to Carpenter. Millcdgeville. Anvoue having n cony of Itryunt tc borrow the services of some authorized lor three months. Address II. G. lloyle, Business Acolyte, a bay stallion, the yeais Stratton's Countinghouse Bookkeeping Manager, Damitlc, Ky. 1,500 bodies have been recovered date 15 & minister. Bro. Morrison kindly loaned old, was sold by Col. Pepper, of Frank-- ! belonging to S. M. Peacx'k will oblige and the work goes steadily on. his services and the 13 were immersed ManufacturcM o( and Harne4S itl The City Council of Fort Dadze fort, to .1. .s. Coxey, of Masillon, Ohio; by leaving same at postollice. c.ery nj-ito inc in thi KeiltllCKV river llv uiuuici ..iui- - and Trottincanu nnmi knownsnocialtv iraue. Kic Kciuinmentia onlinanee, giving for 10,000. of Miller & Bishop's At the door Iowa, has passed an SS5rn UCDDK. No. jt Ka.t .Nfam Street, L KXINGTON, Ky. rison on last Sunday week. A large James Hargrove, of Cumberland' confectionery is a box arranged Ion-th- e muil ivitnessed the ceremony. Jessa citizens the right to graze their cattle on ' streets, and a storm of Indignation c unity, has bought in this and surround- - ceive contributions to the Pennsylvania mine Journal. i55JSfaSj- S.O.DAVIS, f rxiio preparation, wnnoui among property owners Is the result. ing counties, several hundred head of sutlerers. Now let the ducats drop, I.NE22 A injurr.rcmovesFrepk- A case where matrimony keeps busi- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, wv supper at Paint" Lick church ladles of the place have institu young cattle at --'J to 2 cents. The Leading 1. 'ICUUf- - los, Liver-Mole- s, Pim family is found at Saxon Kiv-e- r, For Sale, privately, my farm of 180 lat Friday night was well attended, ness iu the XT, VERXOX, Jv V. ted a bysteinath: boycott against all mer ples, Black-Head- s, Sunburn and ' m - res, just north of McKiimey Station. about 180 being present. Vt., where Win. II. Campbell, a regThere was an chants holding business relations with Office next door to Whitehead's Druff Store. Tan. A few applications will render the appointAddiess or call on A. ('. Dunn, at Me abundance of good things to eat and the ular Jacksoniau democrat, was most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and Special attention given to diseaiet of children the olleiiding eouncilmen. white. Viola Cream ia not a paint or ed postmaster four yearn ago. His wife -- The wife of Hev. Jacob Harness, Kinney or B. Vanarsdale. at Stanford. evening was happily spent. assistpowder to cover defects, but a remedy to cure. V. I).--I- I.' B. Bradley bought of The Flower Mission, composed of is a republican and has been his with a halfwitted son, aged 10, were It is superior to all other preparations, and given such good shot to death in their home in Scott vis A-- Bro. their crop of tobacco, weigh the Christian people of the town, paid ant postmaster and has is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At drugthG recommendation satisfaction that on gists or mailed for 50 cents. 1'repdred br countv. Teiin, by K. It. Reynolds and ing 1 1,000 pound", at 3 and 10 cents, an tho annual visit to thecounty poor-hous- e ..'.V.ci,,jn"',g luuamv jeinco, wiy ,wf tl...- nllii-.- . of hot nar- - anu .ui toil in ill) yard Leave 01your orders at G. C. ...1 Ss Thomas Lloyd, who robbed the house nver.ige of s cents. L'Xiugton (lazette. Sunday afternoon. Flowcis, food and ui i"- - iiiwo. am or .S Myer more aud they u ill be ittend TOLEDO, OUIO. Sjuiiie Murphy thinks the crop of clothing were given to tlie inmates of the ties she has been appointed postmastc ed to promptly. and set it on lire to cover their crime.' HIGOINS. J.B Stnpford For Salt at McKoberts & Stigf's, Stanford, Ky. O now the assistant. K They were arrested and taken to jail at wheat in Lincoln will be fufly three- - institution and an excellent sermon was and her husband is Huutsville and tho report conies that fourths the average. Down in Southern preached by Kev. J. C. Randolph, Anon Bkx's hizi:. Kvery day adds to Kentucky ti fair etop is being harvested. they were lynched. Your sullering scribe has tempota- - republican discontent with Pi evident I have secured the torrues ot a competent CarBy the appointment of John K. ( Two horses from this immediate see- - rily changed quarters, within tho past Harrison. There is dissension in the ! any and neighborhood and Cabinet, disgust among republican lead riage Maker and amtoprepared to Carriage. all as postmaster at (ioldsboro. X. C, ' tiou contested for the Mcichant' Kclipse Smith days, to a quieter kind, of repairing Hut'iries, me will have nn peraonal u uork entruiied to President Hariison is reported to have s,,.,Kl. at St. I.oui. Saturday, Terra Cola fells improved already. Like any ers and dissatisfaction in the republican perUion. An work su.r'tntL'ed Pricct reason Brother Wanamakor and given n,i Siintsline, the former winning 111 mon christian, he is doing his level best party. The president is both W.M. OAUGHKKTY. ': carrying l'--T pounds. It was worth to get rid of tho olllictiou. If it is God and the Prohibitionists a slap at the same and the impression is d HARRY A. EVAP4S, $i,o$0. time Smith is a pronounced unti-Pro..,:.,;... ,..- ulio is atllicting. and we succeed, we can ...:. 11.. ........... omoiul thnt allairisou hibltioniht, vriihi 11. L. (Jrant, who was J. P. Crow has refused tho otl'er of claim the battle and run up the Hug of i.iu..i. pauts can bt easily manufactured ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, of , and was LOW made for his Belmont Chief, ad- - victory in his face. If it is tho devil, juir also an applictmt for & from the slack of the seat of a. Cleveland STANFORD, KY Htiongly backed by the postmaster (ieu-- 1 vortiscl iu this paper. Mr. Craw knows and we succeed, then wo can rejoicoi iviir nf hrceehes. It asuow nines. 1 ; 1 : r. HUSTONVILLE, KY. end, is an anient "dry. lhe President a good thing wIumi he has it and is not with exceetling joy, because the old cue-I- s xiugiueuriiig unufr ourveyiug iu ".Tones, a chance j disposed to lot his .llm Mallion go for! my is defeated-down- ed wbv in the again by my Smith Arc still iu the business and re.iiy to do anysaid to have been waiting for all branches. "On thing in the Undertaking line. We have a full . . everlasting Friend, who always goes Inn't- vou . net married?" 1Jones jhoui- - "' " to get even with Wanamaker ever since less than a fancy price. stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Kobes m a of every description Our bei-which i nearly Cotton t Jones bought of J. P. Long atwut doing good "and healing all that- account of my business. couldn't ho committed the Administration to the walker, you know, ami nlw can be obtained un short notice Mr. J It. jjj'I ,. or cucuiitui-rottnrcSfid of the devil ". '3 W 1.. 1.. 11 ie 1. ... di.ii L car-w- m 1.......J1.moos, uxen-g.n... Green has charge of rur business and will show a pollCV 01 proniOlimu. ill .ont, of )Ur nii,,mlW lllalllh tmt that sort ot a joo nigm nun " our goods to any one needing an) thing in our I Ins was an extra lot, the We have opened an ii i deo.it mi'I juc-i.tcat 8 cents. street line. nilclnliia. f jt js that vegetable ami not ttod or the art oliKlin''l from and will keep coiisiantlySou hand a tull supply of About 130 Heaviest weighing pounds, wliilo t.ue devil that kills entirely sup- - uru iakH ice Fakir. A coal tar, which has almost lightest weighed 02. W. T. Tevis ., . ..,. At 13 per planted vegetable and animal uyes. ----ni- erJi; A conteni)orary describes the lingo of bought of Mr. C. C. III quantities o er five pounds Chrisman, of Ki.ksNow is the time tj noChance make engagements fur tho scavm writer came across the other ville, 12 Hue Salve. n fakir tlie Bucklennica cattle at I1J cents. for n f.,;re of the hop crop out there. f MJ.VNr.l.I.i; S. HAMPTON day following In the wakoof Forepaugh's The best sail c in the world for cuts, bruise., Kichmond Kegister. Vonkers Miitesman. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fe er ores, tetter.chap-pe- d circus. ThO samo fellow will be found CHICKEN Mr. II. A. Headley, of lloyle, parsed ROLLER MILLS. hands, chilblains, corns and nil skin erup- STANFORD Horse Items by a Horseman at our country fairs next fall. His talk through this place Saturday with 02 cures piles, or no pay requirand positive!) Spok.mi' is hroken down tompleti'ly limply an tions All persons ivishin a pleasant life and well was as constant as the How of Niagara-- no yearling' mules, bought of McFwau and ed. It is guaranteed to giso perfect satisfaction, leaied wile let them use Patent Hour made at equine wrick, .mil liu owner wilt hardly he nMc or money rclundcd. Price aj cents per box. comma: period, colon, semicolu or Stanford Holler Mills Call for it at vour gro Martin, Bourbon and Nicholas counties, 10 brine him to t;nod form acam this Jiar cery, and if they have not got it on hand, urge For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Kv VTT"yesterday 1 sold this almost priceless at about SI 18 per head. Mr. George o old Amen I'roctor Knott is the i;re.mt tjem to keep It, ot get an order from them and I am giving them away mollis, near this place, hist week made cabas jet produced and only need, a little ret get it at the Mill nnd 1 will guarantee a plcusant article The Verdict Unanimous. family. .and tunninit 111 poor company, to encourage him, W D Suit, druggist, llippus, Ind , testifies' "1 and interesting W N. POTTS, Superintendent. oS simply giving them away as an advertise- ,. pounds of butter from four gallons of when lie will indicate 11 of ten cents as the sery best ment for the ridiculous sum and can recommend Klcctrlc Hitters ci cam. Haiiodsburg Democrat J tt". (iucti'n Heron is a good 1 Uver bottle sold has given relict In evremedy. may 1k selling n or 11 dime W. T. Guest has brought Irene will win tome good tnkej i daiiRcrous In the R. B. ery case. One man took six bottles and was cured them again thank you sir it magnifies us and Miss Gibson homo and turned American Derby. Sainton may beat tohim there, of Rheumatism of 10 ears' standing " Abraham l the start sent well as any three dollar microscope and theni'out. These mares will be bred to but nothing eho iit if Heron SUCCESSOR TO Hare, druggist, llelleiille, Ohio, affirms; "The best for the paltry sum of Jim (trav in all probability. Wakelield Inc nost "lit" lor the race. ever handled in my jo I you are getting it on the turf this selling medicine hae old Santnliiie is the btt Hitters " Thousands THE HATTER, ten cents it is recommended by all tlju & e sold.to Hick Chambers, of Louis-vill- e, season, und Terra Cotta, his stable companion, is e.ir" experience Is Electric testimony, so that the M'MIOHAEL, ofutbarshave added their minisof the ) ear is a better horse most celebrated lawyern doctors the best 5 year-oli a lay gelding. ucrdict is unanimous that Ulectric llilters do cum 611 4TH AVENUE, ters and Rcientilic men as tho most won- 15 hands mid one inch high, for $22o. than ho has eer been up a stable of 6 mid will all difeases of the I.iier, Kidneys or Illood. Only taken I.. M. I.asley has of tlie age and the gen- Jolin It. IJmbry .t Co., of Cincinnati, bottle at A K. Penny's drug store. half dollar a derful invention probable hae more to train for the Fall races. .. ., m m LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. tleman hero takes one wlo it is woith bought of Win. Berkele about 00 head Mr. ILiughman expresses himself 11s well pleased Is Consumptlon'lncurablc ? SSsfesisrJ drop of of slopped cattle at $.'MiO per cwt., and with Mr. ,asley's training and racing; s.ijs- "It ono dollar alono to examlno a jrivzJiiiTfiza 525?The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Head the following: Mr. C II. Morris, New. rtijvjrt and drink It and yoirwill sold the Mime to F. Morris for $:i.7o. uasiigood showing to take two water before you "Was down with Ab.cess of s in ark, All.., s.ijs: Stock of oo or 300 of the best tho seven kinds of insects in Green II. Woodcock has sold this season race against the Lungs, and friends and physicians pronouncplainly see Thousands of dollars worth of the land, ridden by the best jockeys hign salaries consumptive. Ilegan tak.hickens die every year fiom Choi each drop ants gin'shoppcrs crickets bees over 2,!UK) lambs in Cincinnati and New-Yor- cm iirocure; that he is satisfied I.asley under ed me me nn incurable for Consumption, ing Dr. King' New Discovery Hies beetles and contipedes look lit them .ra. It is more fatal.to chickens thnii for prices ranging from $7.25 to stands his business J his colts were always lit for am now on my third bottle and able to oversee the n their races, raci-- well and olten and came home work on my farm It Is lhe finest medicine ever d!l Ather diseases combined. But the your water and the and then drink $7.00. Mr. Woodcock tolls the Advo-cat- o sound and not jaded." hero takes onu thank you and that he has just about comu out even Secral stables of all need hones, Including ma made." Jesse Middlcw.irt, De'catur, Ohio, says: Ker brought to tho city of Louisville, now open discovery of n reiueuy umtwVrri been for Dr King's New Dicoery including tlie It day Is over ures it has been made, and to be you'll thank 1110 before the on his lamb trading. Wood & Fox ny hili priced animals, did not do as well as get "Had not for Consumption I would baie died of I.ung one ten cents or bought 150 head of of its fflicacy only re mires a goon jockeys up, hogs from .eCond and third money Willi mid the little boy takes doctors, Am now KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & GO'S. HATS . Troubles. Was given up by trial. i bottle is encugh foi worth moro than that to seo parties in tho west end of thu county for free at Sample bottles a dime its in the best of health." Tho Pride of Woman. And also my own importation nf English Hats ;l,fto to $:.07. Danville Advocate. It is guar. skin on your hand thank you sir," skin is always a A. U. Penn' drugstore. elegant linu ol Canes and Lyon's one hundred chickens. tho Caps. An and transparent 1 111 . i BREAKING Laps, yc, THE NEWSI-- I i This weekyou can buy Dry at almost your own price at the Clothing, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Bats. K-olt- ol. LOUISVILLE STORE I can afford liberal, as want of dynamite in the way of Low arriving daily; if you hear anything fall, tumble or plode you can.put it down that there is a , anddeaZyGSU of 'i c ' aus-8evcr- al Terrific Destruction Values Going on this week at the Louisville n Store. In the first place we'll start the fun in our Dry ' ut do'. her they go: All Calicoes, including Indigo Blue, Simpson's Blach and fanc jur ju, iuiuuma 1'iaia worth 8c; best Columbia Shirting Sc, worth 10c; Ladies' Tests 20c, worth 35c; Ladies' Silli Mits, blach and colors, 20c, worth 35c umureuus $.ov, worm z.ov; unatu oc a yard, worth 7c, and all other goods sold correspondingly Department, THE LOUISVILLE STORE! F. Brlnkley Main si., Stanford. SALINGER, Manager. r.o e Te :. If, u, WILSON, ne UUAli K THOMPSON BOYD, f H8rSgSi P,XOte .r7tUi xmivi iWlOLACREAM 7.w - . Attention, Coal Burners. 1 ISITTIVKrt CO., ITOTIGBI f.-- A-- corn-rebuk- big-head- "pig-heade- 1 , iti'. 1 J. Ti STJTTOIT e, CO., j 1 i. SC33! SCE! r dt-t- 'U Gllb-Talkl- frF Cents! Pound, I as-t- fAlfTIE5p '.s Cholera Cure! g to-da- y Dil-lio- GEOGEGHAN, L-- . - cs a- ear-old- k gen-tleina- H A T B9 world-reuouii- con-vincc- d 200-poun- d 5o-cen- A with Lives of good men all remind us that sign of pure blood, and all persons troubled asgreasy, yellow or blotched skin can rest live girls you put into if wo'cannot do more, we can tell our dark, that their blood is out of order. A few dines "For every . neighbors how Gaoler's chicken cholera sured New business ollices," says a .muds. lho euro restored our chickens, that were of lleggs" Illood Purifier ft Wood Maker will "vou will make three old the cause and the skin will become clearand sick enough to die, to perfect health, will be appreciated for their work just us and that if it fails your inbney will bo transparent Try it, and if satisfaction is not given it will cot you nothing. It is fully warranted. A. bovs aie, but they wilUose the influence lefuuded by McKoberts & St.igg. 2t K. Fenny, Druggist. of their sex over men." clear pearly etc. . . . band Fin Why Is It That people linger along always complaining SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, CAPS, about that continual tired tiding t One tottle of tWiT.' Illood Puriller and Illood 'Maker .;'l en Gloves and older Furs, a specialty. Orders out tirely remove this Icellng, give them agoodappetito side of city solicited, perfect tatiifactlor gnaran. teed. Dou'tHH toordern NOIIIIV HAT. W ty a.id reeulnta digestion. A. II. Penny, Druggist. and Celebrated Umbrellas always on of antt:ed , If, after using i bottle, the buyer is not thotoughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undeisigned thd vitir rhnupy will be refunded. two-thirds Vox by sale McKoberts fc Stsgg, Stanford s, v C5f JHaAJ" - ii'-- i rl f - .r r . ;"f a I ltrrU Fclanrtand A. A. pair of scissors, was stretched across tho benefit of his dependent family. He . any of them stage. After prayer by Brer. Emmett subscribed $50 for tho limes nnd limner- - Jjr theProRramt.ia.a much Tho Most Delightful Meeting In Its History. - )0 Logan, Deacon Hull, "breome other pious ous other papers $10 each. Col. Crad , , c .jV,M,0f ttit AlWoe4, The meeting of tho Kentucky Press ens?, Col. E. Polk Johnson, our distin- dock explained that his ofiko boy had el himself loose to cnenil etjojmtnt W n Stanfoud, Ky., Junk 11, 1889 Association nt Owensboro, which was guished president, called tho body to or- failed to write his proinised poem and he Nlchuinlotk It in. K CoihVr.oi the franklin Faxor.tn the held Thursday and Friday last, has left der and in a sensibloand practical speech was gladlv excused. Tho "Law of Li- Fnnn?Tra?i largett, and Loving Gallics, f the l'mln County an indelible impress upon tho heartsand set the hall In motion. Aftertho voner. bel o have been discussed by Col. WB, llie b1) . f W. F WALTON. minds of those who were fortunate able, beloved and honest old treasurer, jv. . m. weiiey, out lie laiie.i 10 come. (r Wattetson with the t.ov. on the wh le enough to attend, that time cannot ef Uncle Benjamin Harrison, had mado his C. Colgan's ''twin there all tho round "rvihhing his bones ncninst ihcr old ' Kmes," hl t those In order that voters niny thoroughly face. Besides tho reunion of always who report, accompanied by his usual bit of, same," but the colonel didn't this time Mr. as he pleasantly exprisned it u. up u aM t sussostcil that wotuko deSTniewspa-poreand his paper on "Mountain Journalism" crtptlen to pay nflf the prospective fio in that i position lnbor in a common calling, pleasantry and facetlousness, understand Mr, 15. C. Warren's made unthrough their legitimate represent- will be lost to the world unlcy he will Laurel indictment case and effere-.- ' t iKip in" . on the piohibitlon law, wo will state it lightful in itself, the visit was sefor publication his part, atives, stepped up to tho capUdn's, other- furnish it to the in ns tow words ns possible. In the first usually attractive and enjoyable by a by tho wise John the secretary's deck and settled their in tho minutes. The committee on the ftuclly A t.ync, of the ilendtsii.-- Journal, wasn't place, ho is unalterably opposed to the ries of entertainments propaiod lUlhd.hut wry tittc n Hell wax tern he legislature and good citizens and u cordial welcome and dues, the largest number ever enrolled lawof libel, Judge J. Outline, Coke, E. win in tiht. Well, tho man thattmild ' lime him repeal of the law by the unostentatious hospitality, In the history of the body. O. logan and A. Y. Ford, reported a bill for hovortiiK near that no it fit only if elected will see that it is not. It was lavish, though fr trillion, N. MENEFEE The election of otlicers for the ensu- which will be presented to tho next leg- stnitejrrm and spoils. adopted by u vote of the people and if it that proved how truly they aro posoessed Gaitoti of Indianapolis., who is ever rejected it must be by the same of the noblo attributes that have made ing vear followed nnd resulted in the re islature. It embodies three sections of . MissGracc Sam a Candidate for Slienlf, tuhivvl t the B'tl 1 f Mrs ), Roberts, of t.JxiMta, bflic no i.ineuj I' .unit l)isvira..y great power. Ho simply proposes to re- Keniuckians famous every where. They election of Col. Johnson for president, tho Michigan law and requires actions the homr of brauty with tht iMndsowMt literally opened their homes, their sub- and election of Vrey Woodson for libel to be prosecuted in the county She is a charming youn; hidy and Is us store the people to the privileges voucharms to HULL, Hen Harrison for treasurer and where tho paper is jjublished. Mr. Kel- delichtful tuchttiy as she is atlrtullse in fact and safed by the tenets of democracy -t- ho stance, their hearts and their reW. P. Walton for secretary, were each ler read u thoughtful paper on "Legal figure. local self government, which the tho members of the association, and right of ! Mrs. Henry Wat'erstn, Mr. . Uoll, Mrs. law in its present shape takes from them; ceived them with a cordiality that bore also re elected bv a unanimous vote, Col. Advertising" ami urged the appoint- V. K. Allison, Mrs. W M. Mull, J Nj. iS II. V. If II. Mrs. Polk Johnthat is to say ho will amend the law so no mark of the spurious nnd assumed. W. M. Hull being tho mover of tho reso- ment of a committee to secure the pas- son, Mrs I II. Nail, Mrs V !.. Vanc. Mr. II. A. Will he iHrmitteil to ttrrc a fw cows at m Is SotiimcTi, Mr T. II Mortis. Mrs W. II Moody, Lie on l.nh.atiT mlc hi .uhurU of as practically to conform to tho general We went among them strangers, most of lution, which got the latter Into further sage of a law, which was done. Sunt r.l at C. M. Meacham, John D. Babhage, Mrs. G S. Lav, Mrs. fl I". Iltlm nud Mr Goo. Three Dollurn by tho aoriaon, and a fr oi local option enactment and permit a vote us; we left them friends and brothers, trouble and made him resolve to lay 50ienis in Mtit lU.i, ill gruum, payaMr in id A Lewis are some of tho tdltert 'wis e hat lent sauce, with the privilege ol orecding till theory to be taken on it, say once in three or bound by n tie that can never be broken. awake o' nights till he falls upon a suita- Homer Prince, E. O. Leigh, W. IS. additional charm to theaccadon. prnveslo In- v.ih ialf Individually wo had been prepared by ble means by which to bo avenged on Ovcrstreot. J. A. Bell, G. H. Keller and may desire. The five years as the voters Tins young tull is not only of the vei) Lest I' C. Walton diapateho from Mammoth Cave of tho two ex- his persecutor. i individually very in that re- a loni! and careful perusal law as passed is J. W. Hopper, of the O. S. Hosser were appointed a committee that the young men of the Kentucky pre, had httedii k, hutpattKulir lie nwill milsuperior animal iu very fall tu milk cows of tne liilu-swas elected to deliver on resolutions, who presented the fol- organircd an acIatloii m Le kmiwn as tlicVoung spect as it provided 'that if it failed of cellent dailies which Uourish In the enexiellences Kjito-la- l his and his itidlvldiuhty guarantee this Men's Association tf Kentucky, with the adoption on tho first vote, it might terprising little city, to expect very much tho next oration nnd T. O. Chlsholm, of lowing, which were adopted: n Inc latilo have f'rseteral following officers K. K, Mnrning.tar. president season A. arc taken the mrh again be submitted the next' year, but of tho beauty and advantages oi Owens- the Adairville Times, who is spoken of KcoLVEu, that the than' t of the K KtptcherMarcuin vice president; K. C. Walton, et by soramauding lead in the Moodtd utileh'g'iest under the hsmoicr me to S K, Knott, traflii manunanimously paiis.Mil hissing the capacity t produce more secretary, and Nrel Hlcnn, trrasiirtr. after its adoption no further vote should boro, but found to our great surprise that as a genius, for poet. In accepting the ager, and Col tendered C I' Atmore. O PA, of the I. milk anil I'letch Miircinn, of the Cntlettsou'K Democrat, and as butter than anvother Lreesj and at bo taken. Mr. Warren's position seems the half had not been told. The location honor conferred on him Col. Johnson K. K ; Mr. J J.. Murphy, G. IV A of the C t.,.f. ,Cy mit fM to reum ahtir wn afrsld sweetheart W II MILIEU to be the true democratic one, which wo of the placo is a charming one, stretching paid a deserved tribute to Trey Wood- & O. Kiuerrt Dlvis.on. Mr. It. W. Fuller. O. I'. hrought her tu lewe his no wishes atu hoiui', so lead In popular favor along, and hadn't believe will bo endorsed by the people along the banks of the broad Ohio and son, to whom is due moie than to any A ot the C. ft O . Mr. W. It. J'roiity, tl 1' A. of Somi' other editor will contest llh him far the I have for sale two Cue registered lloistem M. V. R K.; Mr. F O. McCornilcle. the N. N. bull calves and one grade heifer ralf priie he thought he had when they fully understand it. There surrounded by as fine a country as the other ten men, tho .gratifying success of G. A. of the Monin Itoute; Mr J K. Me had lictlir V. II Mll.Lt.lt, section can boast. the meeting, ami who declined to allow keep that pretty sitter of his at hone too, unless from being most favored is nothing to prevent a mini Stanford. Ky G. V. A. ef the U, St !.. .fc T. It R j he wants to toe her valmiWc asititancp In hi a democrat and n prohibitionist at tho With a thrifty population of 13,000 peo- his nnme to ho used for the presidency, Col. W. V. Hite, of the l.ounvllie ami Henderson office same time and no honest man should bo ple, all bent upon making their town which ho could have secured without a Packet Company , anil Mr. II. C. Gantcr, of the Amoac thelotely young ladies in altetidante Mammoth Cave, far the courtesies extended by ere Misses Mud Marcuin and Wilrlam.mi, afraid of giving the minority a show if it great nnd prosperous, Owensboro Is des- dissenting vote. their respective companies to the moosUrs ofthit lala Hell, Orerfetavin; Sidney and Breckinridge Jones, Association. present law is ac- tined to eclipse her record of doubling A letter from Col. is demanded. If the lwly Nail, Louisville; Maud Cojine, Shelhyvllle; That e tender to the oititcnsef ceptable to the majority, there need be her number of people in tho last decade. secretary of the New Decatur Land and Ruby Ridieway, Ma)ficld; Mildrey Watterson, no fear of its adoption the second time. The natural facilities and advantages aro Improvement Company, Inviting the as- our hearty thinks for the genuine Kentucky hot LMmill; Kerdie Henry, Falmouth; Miss E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor nllalll) extended to us during in tieir Franklert, and If it is not endorsed by that majority it unsurpassed and every convenience en- sociation to visit the exposition in prog- beautiful and prosperous city. our stay would he others, each of While It will surely become a dead letter on tho joyed by tho larger cities s possessed. ress there, was ordered spread upon the inviiluotu to particular. e where all were so kind, whom added her share to the cineral good iheir. No Hotel In Krnturly has a heller repititoo I'rry Wecdum ought to le, and doubtless Is, e especially desire to recogmi statute book and prove a failure and a Her system of electric lights was provb minutes and tho secretary directed to inthe untiring el and ns proprietor is determined Out u ery happy man Yvantt and handsntur, with a with tho ded even before Louisville hud them and form Col. Jones that the body, sincerely forts of Mr. trey Woodson, of the Messenger, beautiful sha'l Le maintained farce. The manner of dealing wife, a splendid liewpir propertv, and chairman of the executive committee, for conis one upon which tho her water works, gas works, street railaccept the invi- tributing so liquor question its inability to largely to the success of the raiding (HMiesiinz the crnfidemc and eileetn of his neighbors as ti ell as his roth, rs of the qssitl. he Me has recently best of men differ and if one is honest in ways, firo department, etc., will compare tation. Thomas G. Stuart, agreeable to and the pleasure of the member. to its aptHnntmei.'. Is truly to he envied With his energies aad bright his belief that high license is a better favorably with thoso of the metropolis. promiso made a year ago, was on hand Tliere being no further business, the menial qualities, he dwl lied to make a big HHHard During tho last year alone 5400,000 were to invite tho association to meet next remedy than prohibition, the convention ndjourned to meet next year mark in hi profession Vuul leave his footprints on Also should not assume to himself expended in improvements nnd this year time in Winchester, which lie did in a ' at Winchester at a time to be fixed by the sands of timi .(...I suu , .......!. aim ,1... I.tt.itnt rtl ivnu ..v mo tiiat he is a belter temperance man than even a greater sum will bo so appropria- nl. AFIrst-CIns- s i,..o ni II....V. uiusui ojfvuuii, commiiiee. Llvory Stablo J. T. H'inilinnTof theC. A (., will the other and denounce hitu as a whisky ted. There are seven banks, with an ag- cepted on motion of Urey Woodson, afAt night in the large armory building, loarrnmmodr e the of his in reaed advocate. Experience has shown that gregate capital and surplus of over n mil- ter Mr. Stuart had explained to Emmett the citizens spread a banquet that open- probably be general lnanagt r of the I'.oc iranurnt patrneage. lint Tur..uis furmihcd LommiMil travelers and others lion of dollars; five creditable school Logan where Winchester is and had asdealiiiL' with the nvil is a troublesome ed the eyes of the rural rooster and made Line. ' lillilillllian h.i fetadmA.fcatBkrd " tl.ioo t''-- , sured Young Allison that there wero no him inwardly crow with delight. Covers ouestion. In our own countv wo are, UU,"""KS glad to testify that to some extent the j00)t in which 1,400 children are taught bears there. Mr. W. A. Wilgus, the were laid for 4S2 and every seat was prohibition law has proved a good one by 20 teachers, whilo 21 churches dottho hustling traveling passenger agent of the After partaking of tho bountiand we aro not sure that we will not city and point tlieir spires to the heav- C. & O., extended nn invitation of his ful feat and washing it down witli the vote for it if it comes up again. Could en, where we are sure that all its people company to take the association to Old sherry and the champagne, Col J. 1). tho evil bo entirely banished we aro sure will go when they depart from their Point next year ami it was accepted by a Powers, toast master, introduced tho .it?fLrSi',,'?",t!il ,rr tt" t"ddisies. suchasScrnfula, fleers. PiiAnles ll,rrvif.l 1l,,n., cenwo would, and wo beliovo Mr. Warren earthly paradise. Several railroads ,u rising vote. Tho question of advertising Hon Henry Watterson, who in his "u is--1 mils lot..,. '," U' Nti "" i tre there and in addition to other lines, rates was presented by Green It. Keller charmingly original am,...?. i'.RS .ir "Jf1 'i'""" ' Ue ?' " "" ,'"" would. The point that wo wish to make " wny responded to " lr.pp-- . .n5n.;,. is that his position is not antagonistic to we can testify that Capt. W. W. Hite, of nnd after discussion was referred to a the toast, "The NewspajH-rs.Gov. Ji!'.V,i"''"S W,,!IM ,SVK- ' ' the w..,m "" and ,h"tfu" rec0""n"d" ' U.t Pl killers take, safj an" i"iuh to ?, e ,5 the prohibitionists. He only wishes to the Louisville & Evansvillo Packet Co., committee consisting of Messrs. Keller, Buckner being prevented from attend- t l!c.ttlc""m t " furnishes steamboat facilities that cannot T. II. Morris and I. B. Xall. restore to the people, if they desire it, ing by sickness, Mr. M. II. Bowdcn, of OAlMirs MAGNn IC PILLS for all Liver Impaired )igetlon, Sick IlcaJirtc, beaten. ,m.rii. I'rue t sent per box. A sensible, sound and practical paper Riisscllvillc, resionded to the "Comtho right to change a law that in its beBelles numerous other important fac.Manufatturrd and kr sale to the trade by the present shape is as unalterable as that of tories and industries, there are "; large on "Tho Relation of the Press to the monwealth" in a very graceful manner. WIIXIAMS1IURC DRUG CO., tho Modes and Persians. The question, tobacco factories, which prepare the sta- Public Interests," w.is read by Money Sam Gaines didn't have sutlicicut sand Ky. however, is only one of local policy nnd ple crop for market, handling $750,000 Devil Youne E. Allison, of the Insur- in his craw to crow before such an audiought not to cut any figure in this can- worth a year and giving employment to ance Herald. To the regret of every one ence and J. Soule Smith was again pressvass and no democrat with prohibition 1,200 hands. Another notable feature of who knows them James It. Itichardson, ed into service and did the "Rural Roosproclivities or anybody else should fear a tho section is the distilleries, ten of of tho Glasgow Times, was detained nt ters" very proud. The "Local Press"! of his wife nnd his was eloquently homo by resubmission to tho people of a law, which employ 200 men and produce f paper wasthe sickness W. M. Hull made by Hop. W. T. nnd truthfully eulogizeda HDIRlTO-a-ISnot read. which they can easily readopt if it is Ellis, an orator and 5c worth of the finest sour mash. desired. No one doubts Mr. Warren's The Monarch Bros., whoso brand has a an appeal for an organized effort to he- - gentleman every inch. Emmett G. Loimmigration to the State and his gan was as usual strikingly ffllcitiotis in ability, sincerity and honesty and when reputation, aro the largest cure wo hnve a chance to elect a man so well manufacturers, and it will make our pro- suggestions wero adopted, as were nlo his tribute to "Women," which was one DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, lVlw J m Ocj qualified to redeem the fair name- of hibition friends open their eyes when wo Mr. Null's resolution to support a strong of the best received toasts of the evenFANCY ARTICLES, &0 y -- ..iri. aaaBBBV law to protect fish and game. county, thoso who owe allegi- tell Lincoln ing. Dr. E. It. Palmer, of Ujuisvillc, u "ZrtfA irv -- aP!UHW x. ' r1 Watch them that in one warehouse alone At night m the brilliantly illuminated showed his powurs of postprandal speech Physicians prescription accurately compounded. ance to the democratic party, which has they have 17,000 barrels of whisky ripengiven the people oi Kentucky tho local ing and mellowing into perfect qualities. theatre filled with as beautiful women in a very appropriate respouso to ' Our Eggopjlg, asisassw.Tta option law, which has worked so well in It becomes "of age" in about eight years nnd ns handsome men" ns ever electric Guests" and at midnight the banqueter lights shone upon au address of wel- repaired to Miller's Hull, where those localities, should rally as one man to his and then it is in condition to m;iKO you support. We believe that they will do forget the ills of life, without the un- come was delivered by Hon. Heuben A. who cared to dance 'iijnyed thattlivertis-men- t THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Miller, whose eulogy to the press of 83 and that a triumphant election awaits pleasant consequences of till a late hour in a beautifully decCLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. tho viler stud", was au oratorical effort that orated room, in which a fountain covDick in August. Honest which leaves tho soul harrnssed and im- Kentucky Kver Iroujht to this market. Prices lower than would do credit to any num. President ered with flowers sent out its cooling parts a dark brown taste It is with pleasure we note that Mr. The Mouarchs invited theto tho mouth. Johnson responded In a happy vein and spray. All the pretty girls of Owensbo the lowest. onWatches, Clocks and Jewelry He. pvired shorljnoiicc and warrantr-- l members of tho II. O. Warren, of Stanford, has consentby Con- ro were present and in their lovely cos-- ' association to a delightful lunch and per- J. Soulo Smith was introduced ed alter repeated solicitations, to make placo tl,lllU fA.lll.ill ii l.tfltilk.. nf 1..... !t.t..a.!.... ' gressman Ellis to take Mr. Ul IIU lllll'l uiiuio luiuirii n the race for tho legislature. Tho repre- mitted them to "sample" tho product of as orator of tho occasion. His effort ns love.hi"S8. There illllllU handsomer wo- - NIlCV are no which they aro justly proud. sentative democrats of Lincoln met in was full of wit and wisdom and lit- men anywhere nnd certainly not so ma L.2J Another advantage not usually found usual caucus at Stanford Inst Monday and deerally brought down tho house. Calls ny in a place- of similar iize in Kenin a section so well adapted to producing cided to recommend Mr. Warren to the Dealer hi wero then made on Mr. Watterson for a tucky. convention and it goes without saying the staples is that coal is found in such speech, but he excused himself and Saturday morning the editors bade a that he will receive the nomination, nnd, large quantities near Owensboro that it promised to bo heard from later. reluctant adieu to tho irood jieople of, be had for manufacturing purposes moreover, will be elected. The Lincqln can Thursday morning's session was devot- Owensboro and boarding the Tell City, democrats cannot place a butter man for the cost of hauling. Five mines aro ed to business when in tho absence of at the invitation of Capt. Hite, were soon STANFORD, KY. than Mr. Warren in the field, and will in operation within three miles of the the gentleman, Mr. Keller read tho pa- steaiuintt down the Ohio to Evansvillo, do themselves honor bv having a repro city and the coal is described us tho fin- per of Mr. J. It. Bettis, of the Little ltock, hid., where we were met by tho BusiKcst 8entativo of this character. Danville est bituminous in tho country. But it is Ark., Democrat, "On Various Practical ness Men's Association and tendered a TIic.LnrKCHt, useless to further recount or further diAdvocate. highly interesting and splendid dinner at the leading hostelry, Matters." It was late upon whateven to us wasa revelation. mothe .St. George. A resolution of thanks, makes us proud to read what our Let him who will investigate nnd he will instructive to tho members nnd on It tion n rising vote of thanks was given prcM'iited by Col. Woodson, was adopt- Ever exhibited in good biethren of the pres aro saying find that we have nothing exaggerated Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers Stock is about that libel indictment, and also to nor set down aught inexuberance. This Mr. Bettis. The gem of tho papers was ed and at 2 o'clock we took the special full and complete. Wo call special attention to our lawyers old pencil, driven even by tho fingers of read by Charles M. Meacham, of the train, which Traffic Manager Stuart It. know that several think enough of ns to offer their ser- a Watterson, could not fully portray Hopkinsvillo Kentuckian, on "Legiti- Knott had in waiting, nnd wo wero soon ' XNDESTsR-CrCTIBX.vices in our dofense. They all kuow wo Owcnsboio as she is, and no words are mate Circulation," which abounded in (lying over tho beautiful country at the The best Casket of tho kind ever invented. solid arguments ami pleasing witicisms. rate of a mile a minute. Mr. J. H, Mil- -' would not libel anybody if we knew it too good to describe her Tho paper of Samuel J. Itoberts, of tho likhi, tmveiliiK imbsenger aKent, was In Embalming and that we would make reparation of citizens to whom be under the moat approved method when desired Lexington Leader, on "Advertising chnrao iHiil tlid cverytliuiK Unit liis bi ' nn injury even to a dog, if convinced honor and glory, world without end. and well prepared heart prompted for tho enjoyment of Rates," was practical J McOlar, Salesmen and Embalmer. that we had wronged him. !i After being met at the depot by a largo nnd showed the author's knowledge of f!iit'8tH, who in a Hiimll measure evinced delegation of tho reception committee, was exceedingly clever in Queen the various departments of journalism, their appreciation hy jirefeenting him It which seems to havo boon limited in "Victoria to send her sympathy to tho Mr. B. B. Herbert, of tho Xutiounl with a cane. Another was numbers only by the adult population, Journalist, was introduced and explain- presented to G. A. Turk, the IX.'b rep Johnstown sufferers, but thoy may have tho members of the association, their a surfeit of this kind of thing and prefer ed in an interesting speech tho purposes resentative ntOwenshoro, Mr. M. U. wives, their sisters and theirsweethearts, that tho old lady would be more liberal and in some instances, wo regret to say, and alms of the National Editorial Assoof Kuaiellville, mnkini; tho speech, and less tender hearted. ciation ami urged upon the body to send to which both gentlemen happily reby their cousins and their aunts, were delegates to tho next meeting at Detroit, sponded. Short stops wero made at lifo term prisoner at Montreal driven in handsome carriages to their ho- Mich., Aug. 27. A rising vote of thanks MadiBonville, IIopkiiiHville, Kussellville tels and comfortably quaitcred. And dropped dead from joy at Montreal on useful suggestions in the and llowlinp: Green, where an addition-right here, we hope wo will bo permit- for his many being pardoned. business generally, was giv- al number of ladies joined uy, at at 1)::,0' newspaper Mrs. Susan 0. Pearson, member of ted to say, at any rate wo will say it anyspeaker, who was made an hon- p. m. wo were landed tired and hungry now Hudd House is a cred- en the a family noted for its longavity, died in how, that tho orary member of tho body, II. A. Sum at Mammoth Cave. We were forced to it Jo any city and its proprietor, Mr. Win. Mercer, aged 89. mers moved that delegates bo appointed come on home that night, but I'M wus on C. Kelton succeeds Gen. Foor, a gentleman, a scholar no doubt Col. John as suggested, but It was decided to refer hand to finish this story, if our readers, Drum as adjutant general of the array, nnu a line juugo oi whisky. And we tho matter to the Executive Committee, who may not appreciato it us much as say it moreover in payment of no board who has been retired by ago. was appointed as follows: O. M. wo do, can stand tho racket. Wo would bill, in tho past, present or future tense. which Secretary Blaino has secured tho poof the Winchester Dcmocrat,'J. like to devote tho entire isstio to the As soon as wo could brush tho dust Grubbs, sition of register of deeds in tho District L. Bosloy, of the Sun, W. T. Havens, S. meeting, but wo modestly forbear. s of Columbia for his brother Bob, who is from our Clothes, wash out the J. Itoberts andGcorgo A. lAiwis. NOT!. now a $1,200 clerk. The now place pays in our throats and partako of n good din"Tho Journalist as a Reformer" was Old llro. Hopper wa in the wim with four at ner, wo repaired to the neat new Temple you saw. girl $0,000. discussed in au able manner by that pretty Maret a of everVernon, Ml. Jim law everything In hrakemen on tho Short Line di- Theatre, which was beautifully decorat-e- bright, courteous and modest gentlemuii, Tho Will keep constantly on hand a lorge and select lino of ii;htand enjoyed the (rip hugely. and festooned with Furniture vision of the L. & N. struck Saturday for artistically arranged. flowers nnd vines Edward O. Leigh, of tho P.tdueali Stand member ol the Lebanon Stand-- , and Undertaker's Goods. The The ladies hud My prices will be as low as" such goods an increaso of 25 cents a trip, but they prepared hi evergreen letters the word ard. Mr. Logan appealed to tho mom ard team, is not a dangerous a he looks, we were discharged and now men put in ''Welcome," which with "K. P. A." bera to subscribe to a novel leu uy the found out, but i a most pleatant and agreeable can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. studded with quills and attached to a Into Wallace Gruello, tho fund to ue lor gentleman. their places at once. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal K. P. A. AT.OWErJSBOBO. I.evit,ct-llncoliill- e . ... ,,,,, J- - i ,, xv .a Vsl bed-bu- g 'ai(o-H- ! I t i M-n- J. I r I na vice-preside- HOSLTLIN-nU.lMA- N Captain Aajjj'lc Wayne - one-side- d nru-duc- e Courier-Journa- l, t l.-- lh llolsleii-Preitia- I A-- goi-- Tret-sh- n 1 bluo-gr.is- s Jt-a- m THE MYERS HOUSE . Ovscn-lor- e aaau-rou- s reg.-ette- I I prohibi-hitioni- I st , Fool and Parlors i '. ". W The Great Remedies! Wh'uir '! J " - ,1-pe- r Williamsburg, Ao Mo T PENNY, 2jbTi1 v JEWELEB. 5 world-wid- e Ii!riBaKsJLSSSlffttBMi .Ej, SJO 5r3iiaiLiwstrBi? I IISC KI-- 5C K. WBAEBN. Furniture and Undertakers' Goods! j -- ' i j ' Cheapest ami Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Border, Ceiling Decorations and Window Shades E first-clas- s BUHIAsX. CASKET, whole-soule- j old-head- ed Uow-de- n, irai niKNi ninth MACK STORE! M1C7FFM A.rS PjRP -'-- 1 ! cob-wed- d .'-- - ' j . twiiin. 'aaAj- ,mj - " .'.Lii J. Ditir.D Uekp mid Bonclewi HaniB nt A. will and received at her finish both congratulations, upplniibo and flowers in proA. Warren's Model Grocery. at It. Zliti- Ice citKAM anil milk fusion. Oberon,. waltz, delightfully niur's. Foit the best goods at the lowest living by tho fuiuo unrtcMu came next 8TANFOHD, Ky., Jusr. 11. 1880 prices go to S. L. Powers A Co.'s nnd not unlike the rest wns enjoyed to Wnic screens fur doora ami window i. nt Mnu A Miyiuu-i-'f-. Ir was so hot yesterday that even tho the fullest extent. Perhaps the most inheavy showers could not cool the atmos- geniously gotten up article was the "Clat-- s I2.C. WAUTON,DU8, MflriQRer Si.fo eiiot, n Mint ktllor for potato phere. Prophecy" by Miss Mmv Alcorn. It wns bugs, at Mutculf A Foxtur'a. full of wit and sufficient pathos to innko MEANS BUSINESS. U.vis. TJiompsio Cooper caught CO l'oii n cool, refreshing drink uro to rats in two nights witli a trap bought of it decidedly entertaining nnd her play Vatciii31 niul lewi'lry repaired and on words In connection with tho memXiiniiiur'H and pit n ilnss of inilk shake." W. II. Higuius, who lias more for sale. warranted. A. It. runny. bers of her graduating.' fliis? showed her to l.vsimirni'K (iiirilen heed, nuw crop, Fun r Jaiih, Tin C'nnn and fcValliifr As old negro man named ltiguoy had bo tho possessor of humor along with EH .Stn'?. just n ciivi'd ntMHloberts Wjin nt A. A. Warren's "Model Gro- - Hob Whitley, Ed Itiown and Jim Tall Perkins, Mark Twain and thnt class. She LANixihmi'H Gnnh'ii Seeds frwdi anil -- Ateery." arrested yesterday for robbing him of i'2. spoke distinctly and showed not the ceuutiie. in bull: or jiiw 1'iine, at A. 11. I'ennv'H. lenst "stage frigid" nnd in every way acJi'ixiF. Vaiivo.nS (jiuirtuily court Id in Oirit thanks are due the ladies of TiiKbeBt plaio to buy dni(, jmtunt quitted herelf hnndsomely. This conm tides Ih at A. K. humI-h- i uitb H iM' on the docket, only medieiiiiH and toilet chinch for a treat in the shape cluded the entertainment and Prof. HubIVduv'h. 10 of ulilch aro contefcted. of a hiindfioine cake left over fiom the bard, nfter tin appropriate and touching Jli'Y your school booke, ink, tablet". several evenings ago. bilk, presented the seven with handsome paper, jioiieils and hcIiooI supplies of all Tvvjse for bindorn and n nuinber of Miippcr kitiilN fM'i.i A. H. renny. brand new buetles for sale client). Call Ma.voi.ui). W. P. Givens' diplomns, congratulating each, as ho premm Ml early and take tlrt choieu ofttliubu-.'-iies'- . drove of 55 mules got on the rnilioad sented it, upon her success both in her PERSONAL POINTS. . I. M. 'truce. track Saturday night nnd the express college life and upon the success of the evening. Tho chorus class then sang His. V. H Penny is in I.iborty pnii'tle-In- i: Fkank S'TAiiNhii, who moved to the killed 1.'! and badly hurt live others. The "Come with the Gypsv Bride," nnd Itev. IiIh jirod'sslon. fiont wheels of the engine were thrown W. U. Cities of tliu Mt. Vernon Si- - Kingsville section from Ohio, suUurod a from the tntek, but no further damage Gibson pronounced the benediction, bioken leg last wek by being run over was done. mil, wrw bore yesterday. thus closing Prof. Hubbard's very sucMiss Jii.ia Hoim.s Ih v'sltint! MUh by n wagon. cessful first year. I.v tho Liberty Circuit Court .Tames Nellie Dillon nt IjinniHtcr. The graduates were all attired in Why not visit Eureka Springs, Ark., Chapman, for the murder of young ElMist MvttikCov ban returned from n Ark., the greatest health and pleasure white nnd their costumes were liott tit tho election in lfS7, was given lenutby stay at ("u'ensbiir. Tourist rates 2J years in the Penitentiary; Tho case very elegant. Each of them received n resort in the country'.' TiiUAHi'iiisii S, G. Sitvui', of Frankfoit, have been ottered from Lexington, Ky., of Pyles for murder is now on trial. profusion of flowers, tho like of which was never seen at any commencement patted up Fridny toPfciuville. to Eureka Springs and return for "fl'O.lt-jMrs. Denliain was allowed S".'-- a month here before. of Hnrrodhburf:, M'kkSi'hik H.iiii-in- , alimony until next court because her MIhs Williams' inui( class comes in ih the Ktiestof Mi'w I.uey Tate. KiLixn.John Singleton, of Crab Or- tse for divorce wns not rcadv for trial for n large share for the bucccpb of the MlrK iKAIIfcl, ASI 1.1'l.A UhM.IIY, of chard, was accidentally killed in Myeis' evening. Besides being it musician in ' Uubble, are visitinj; MiesFoxiePennlni:-to- n mine Thursday nl'tei noon by being run TimiiK is a town ordinance which as the highest tnse of the word, she posfaculty of imparting sesses the plon-duover by ii small car. He was about 00 sesses a fine of not over $10 against a per-bo- h Miti Pit. Iw V. HrrniAN litis returnher wonderful knowledge to her pupils. popular. Jellico keeping a howling dog and on com - venrs old and very ed from n vM' to her friendo nt HuMonNews. plaint of Col Welch Lige Maret was as MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ville. sessed ?o on that charge. He couldn't Mit. J. P. Caunkv, I. A N. brakutimn, Tnr. Harrodsburg Sayings tells of n Itev. John Bell Gibson will lead to and family have moved here from Junc- real estate agent making ;.0 0 (?) in six pay and refused to vvoik, but after he the marriage altar on tho 10th Inst., at lies in a jail a few days on biead and tion City.' montliH in his hnsinc". Our real estate water, he will come to his senses. A the Christian church, Williamsburg, Miss r.vsTl.v and wife, of Pitts-burjJons men should Mart for that point immedi- few npplliations of the Mattie Curd, who is described as a lovlire vWtlnj: their lelutlvea in this ately as it is decidedly t'io straiglitest able and lovely young lady in every res might aho accelerate that result. M'ct on. road to riches we know of. pect. Mr. Gibson read the invitation 31 ic. am) Mil". G. C. Krllkr, Jit., ThuCo.iii.vceii.vt. A tun early hour sent out by Mrs. Josephine Ctird, mothitcd his parents at HnrrodubnrS.iturday On account of tho sickness of two Thursday evening the Opea House be- er of the prospective bride, to his congremembers of the club and the inability of gan tilling and long before the hour of gation Sunday and extended a cordial and Sunday. Mi?i Maiiv Cvri'CN'tkii, the competent smother to leave, the I.vmtioit Jot'itx vi.s opening the exercises tile building was request for all his members and friends little iirtM of tin colleuu faculty, left for had to cancel their date w ith tho Dan-vill- literally jammed with people anxious to to attend. h itne Saturday. on Friday evening. They regret witness the commencement exercises of CHURCH AFFAIRS. of Stanford, is very iniiuli to have disappointed tue Mis P.ki-m- : Hiiiiuon, Stanford Female College. There were Danville gentlemen, but it was unavoidviitui,' MisAda Govctt ami utherf. Eld. C. C. Cliiie will deliver four of even graduates and their legions of able. Siinenset Ueiwrtcr. friends were till eager to eo them in his atereopticon lectures on Bible scenes, Mim Ansik I'loiiMAN, who has been It. M. Jalkoo.v, for W. 11. Jackton A their beauty nud to hear them read their sit Goshen, beginning Tuesday night nttt'iKlinv Kchool here left Friday for her Co., of London, who have the stage line essays, which always proves intensely in- 11th. He Ih worth hearing is the sweet home nt Rirbourvillo. to Hock Cactle fanriniis. tuts favored its teresting on like oeiiMons. Then too singer of Israel. Mil. A Xl Mil. TllOS. llvt'OIIMV.V, of Itev. John Boll Gibson will have line, which there was the music, n very decided feaGarrard, have been viidtini: their nephew, with a season puss over the ture, nnd which never fails to prove n for his subject next Sunday, "Four we will be pleased to use, when we can Mr, M. S. llaiightiiiiii. convince Judge ltoyd that this paper drawing card, participated in by the best Years With the Stanford Christian Miu John Kdmistos was down Friday and never will do him nn in o talent obtainable, and we were not Church." Ho has great reason to be makinu his IhuuI before koIiii' in the neverlias Until then we will surprised that every available spot was proud of his work, for the church has tontloual injury. Crab Orchnrd postolllce. filled with listeners. Nature been greatly built up, over 200 members close to home. Mil. Kkv. (i. V. Pkiikymax and chil- have to stay a little itself seemed to have smiled upon the being added to its lNt. dren, of Newport, are vWtin her paI.v a fight 1etween John McCarty and occasion, for the evening was a most rents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. It. Waters. ltrnkcumti William MulliiiH at Jellico lovely one, and everything combined to NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Mim Dkiiiia lUnuiMvs, of Hoyle, was Friday night Capt. It. W.Hocker, of the make it plcse-an-t to the spectators and a of MiKt Nan and Kitty L. A N., with headi'tiniters nt How land, memorable occasion to the president stud the pu-h- t during was shot in the right ankle. The wound his corps of teachers. At 8:20 the graduCiiaki,i It. HitocK, who has been at- is a very painful one and will likely give ates tiled in, each with a gentleman esparstending' Statu College at Lexinf-ton- , as well cort, dividing at the entrance and Prof. My New House on Main Capt. Docker considenibleti-otiblMain and Somerset Streets. P. apply to Mr W. 11. laiurel. ed up Friday to his home in as render him lame for life. Dr. Peyton Hubbard and Itev. John Bell Gibson Stanford, Ky For tcrm mt at Danville, Ky IllSCins, bunlerd.or to Mit. and Mn- -. A. G. HriTMAN have was sent for and dressed tho wound. LOTTIE N HOLMES leading three couples down the right 3, jone to housekeeping in the little Hum aisle and the other four marching down of Kill-ot- t ude cottage in the lower end of town. Tin: commencement exorci-- et the left. Steps had been arranged on Miou Kdhir A D vms and Nannie Institute, KlrkRville, took place on either side of tho fct.ige and sis they walkniDS FOR THE hulLUlNG OF SCHOOL. Dunn, of the ltryautsvillo vicinity, are Thursday, June (Ith, attended by a large HOUSE in UittrktXo 19 at Walnut Flat. The ed up and across the stage, with milita plant and pccificatlon can be een at McKobeiU the trueuts of Mrs. M. s. '.uii;hiimn. nudienee from several counties. The movement, they presented a scene of A Slags: ortii; Hole in Stanford iiidt to be in m bv lime nth at 10 Mit. S. M. OwKNH has none to Cumber- year bits been a prosperous one, with tnvriciii to njtci any lovely women clad in beautiful attire, at all bid reserved. AtUlrv all bid to me at land Falls for n week or two and his alsiut l't) pupils enrolled. Prof. Elliott tended by gallant gentlemen. The young or HUOH SEAKOENT, Stanford, Ky. Chiirman, 35 brother, J. It. Owens, is actiuj: jailer. will have for ono of his teachers next men then retired from the stage and oc Col. J. W. year Prof. J. II. Striekling.of Virginia, a Miss Annie, daughter of me ciiairs in iront. riayer was Public of Vahatio Town Properly. is the graduate of ltethany College and a teach- cupied Hopper, of the Courier-Journa- l, then ollered by Itev. Gibson, after which guest of Miss Sadie Lilian!, nt Jiuncs T. er of experience. "Fair as the Night," by a chorus of some I will ofTir fur sale on m CruicV. 40 voices, was sung. Prof Hupbnrdthen As Mit. John HLVNKKvsiiii,f of near Hetsy Nkviis has returned 15, 1889, Miw. made a neat little speech thanking the from a visit to her brother, Kev.Strother Prcachersville, and family were return. audience for their presence, etc., and afThe following real and personal property: DWELLING HOl'SLS AND t STOHE-housCook, hi Mercer. Miss Lizzie Cooke ac- Ing from HuiTnlo cemetery Friday after terwards introduced Miss Lou Dunn, TWO one dwelling on .Main street, opposite the 5- noon, where they had just buried a companied her. ttorivs, and contains, Wcatbcrfurd Ilclei, d garden, sublet, corn crib child, ids little daughter fell who read in a charming manner, "Life is 6 rooms with No. 1to Miss Dome Willi vmx, with Mi-- s Ju-li- .t year-olcow lot, Ac ; we make it." Her csssiy was full what strrct, now Peyton, went home yesterday. MNs over the dash lioard under the horse's of good points and showed the master The other on Danvilleruoms uaruen. occupied by Ac Mr. U nodi. th 1 feet, causing it to kick the little girl in Dollie will have charge of music in the The storehouse is situated on Main street, adjoin work of a well developed mind. After Ing the tlncllinj; tn the wm sidi" nnd .ontniu4 College next year, it is a pleasure to her face, cutting a fearful gash and nxnm Lclou, unh room upklairs. composed of Misses knocking her senseless. A doctor w;is music by a state. Also all my HomihoM aud Kitchen Furniture, Lucy Tate, Dollie Williams, Louise BaiLumber, Coal, Ac Miss Km ma McKevs, who ha endear- sent forand in n short while the lifllo Tho above real is located in R desirable part ed herself to our citizens by her pleas- thing regained consciousness ami her ley and Mrs. Joseph E. Portman, Miss Any one wish-ni- p o( the town and in eooj repair inlmv nnsatvlv Lcforo dav of sale call on ant manners and excellent qualities as wounds were dressed. The doctor did Kitty Baughnian entertained the audi Eniflish. Danville, or Mrs C II, llithup, 1.D HustoiiviUe Ky. a teacher, left for her home in Ohio yes- not think her injuries would prove fatal. ence with, "There is an angel in tho stone." Possessing a sweet voice and Terms, cash in n.md Sale at 10 o.:occ, sharp. MRS C H IIISHOI' terday. Wu are gl.nl to know that she 1. D. English, Auctioneer Amoxo the several pleasant ocinsons pel feet control over it, Misa Iktughman will return. and :) ,Tiik tlrst petvoi) to jsreet us as wo step- last week none were more delightful held the assembly spell-bounped from the train nt OweiiBboro last than the party given the graduates by when she had completed her most inter-- I week wim Miss Minnie Dinwiddle, of Prof. J. M. Hubbard on Friday evening. esting paper, rounds of applause greeted IlubtonVille, who h enjoying a visit to Ho had told tho graduating class that he her ears. After more music Mibs Minwas going to entertain them and right nie Rupley read her essay, entitled, Miss Cosby in that favored locality. Dunisci the illness of Chief Train Dis-- . royally he did. Invitations were issued "Sleepo after toyle, port after stonnio patcher J. 11 Florence, Mr. T. F. Spink, mid the young ladbs invited their sea." This also proved most interesting HI n of the LouUvillo olllce, is llllinj,' his friends for miles around. Hardly a "re- and a splendid presentation of the subS 3 a- v: Hnce, fnuch to the urutification of his gret" was received and the spacious par. ject, ami Miss Itupley was tho lecipient were tilled with metry of many congratulations and flowers. who nre plcnsed to have htm lors and chapel V! young people early in tho evening. Even "Kerry Dance," a beautiful vocal solo :48jjVvlth tlioiu-nffiln3 e, U we were the yard was resorted to and delightful rendered by Miss Dollie Williams, in the l. AT l'.vansville, liui., auininy, on the seats arranged proved tho delightful style characteristic of her, o n grasped by the hand by Capt. warmly Is Receiving His of voice 3 Frank Harris, one of tho cleverest s?cn ei'tuilly as pleasant su remaining in doors. was a feature the evening. Her 2 w mellow and melodious one, and site 5 P. tluinen living, who is now muster of The young lady graduates wero untiring is a division of the L. A X. in their efforts to entertain and it is use- was loudly encored, but failed to res. 1 ir- trains on that o pond, disappointing the many who wero K O & StbtJS hnlidsomo wife and boy are well less to say that no persons left tho His Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial unacquainted with the rest if such delighted with her oU'orts and wanted to nnd nil wish to bo remembered to their 3 en had been his desire.. At 11 o'clock lunch- hear more from her. " 'Tis not tho cask numerous frieds in Stanford. -J Hnrrodsburg Democrat speaks eon was announced and tlio couples re- et that we prize, but that which in the Tim (0 tliusly of an old Lincoln county boy: paired to tho dining loom whero tables casket lies," was read by Miss Annio E. with everything that heart could itaughman and to say that sho creditably r w o "The lunount ot building going on in laden Harroilsburg is an omen of future pros- wish wero found. As isalwtiyri the case acquitted herself would bo but a faint n 52 isperity. Mr. It. C. ltrndley, the light- justice was done ;the elegant repast al touch at justice to tho accomplished though the abundance that nnd been young lady who deserved and received ning architect, is well to tho front In tho j erection of houses hero and elsow hero. provided was still euflicicnt for as many much credit for her portion of tho enter If you buy a McOORMAOK REAPER or MOWER you are certain Converting was then in order tainment. Miss Mary L. Bright b essay 5 more. will 'get there." Ho has energy and to get one of the best Machines made. MBBfl Mit. Aitciuii.vLi) Cooi'uit. of .San Finn- - and until 12 o'clock the merry ehntter of was, "One man in his time plays many I If you buy a McCormack Machine you can depend on getting rs hour parts," and she stuck close to Iter subcisco, is visiting his nephew, Dr. Coopen happy voices was heard, but nt that when wanted, without delay or vexation, which is one of tho SH regret- ject, proving conclusively every point of Crab Orchard. The old gentleman tho guests began to leave, each most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or of merriment. she attempted. It was a splendidly prowas color bearer for the Louisville Le- ting to leave the seeuo and the young ladles aro pared essay, to say tho least of it and deMower; no mistake about it. gion in tho Mexican war nnd iB now 70 Prof. Hubbard on their success in livering It in a clear voice, she won for The McCormack Machine Co. have always been in the lead of years of age. Ho bus to go on crutches to bo congratulated Rails, Shingles and Shoes for Sals, thigh near giving an entertainment so thoroughly herself fnuio as an elocutionist. A seat present, having broken his their competitors in the manufacture of Twine Binders, and with was this and wo are sure lection from Mendelssohn was tho next the hip joint last February, but there pleasant as their Improved No. 4 and Big Four Mowers they have a line of Mapleasant mentions of on tho programme antl then Miss Nan Ten Thousand Flat Rails acd to.ooo Poplar hasbeen a perfect bony union of tho were the numerous Ihave'on hnnd Men's, Women's. Misses' and chines second to none. rari- thoso who attended heard by them, Baughman in a very creditable manner member, remarkable because of its & Co, Children's Shoos, made by Alter, Forwood lowest you professor and the young ludy read "An unrelenting hand." Being n and Mundellc, winch I will sell at the very soo By all ty, there being only four cubcb of tho both tho I nave ioui;ni mem unu wicy muu u for In the U. S., where the graduates would feel themselves amply splendid reader and having an excellent- nrices My stock Is ..mhl.l. n.r! ,hnt wkfl WOtlt your kind on record sold. repaid for the time and trouble spent in lv prepared ceaav to read, it is not a won barotitis can et them ty railing. I mean bust- GEO. O. Hufleier had reached such au advnnced Turnersville, alio held tho audience nt her uc tier that its preparation. age. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal CITY AND VICINITY. rei.-rend- ed Wall Paper, Wall Paoer. Wall Pape i", n M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. FHICES ALWAYS REASONABLE. '"; ! nl . ) This is the season for Canned Goods, and you can find no wliere else a better selected stock than at g T. R. WALTON'S. Cream Sest Patent. :, lee Freezers, es Scythes, Snaths and Whet Stone?. Beautiful Flower Pots. Full Stock of att-niiv- Queensware,Glassware, Hardware, Tinware. T. R. WALTOIT, Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. J. Burton, Cleric. Biiuj-himi- FOR SALE.3 WANTED. o St., I Slippers, Slippers, FOR lib Slippers, m Saturday, June Childi-en- , Misses and Wo- men, AT d o wa Bruce & McRoberts. fflo (Do . m M ERCH ANT TAI LOR iSPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! HMJPMHYp tete-a-tet- col-leg- rs a " i grin 02 t2? 2 m spy 33? S- HsssH". ;The Long and the Short of It. re-pai- m fl i V- -1 "U moans, selection these Machines before the coming harvest. make WEAKEN, Agt. V-tr-.-- ?- , 1.- - .',,--- - ,Mi .v- -i SWW5- - WT nXifigr " Bll WIPrM'imt Tffii a I, Semi-Weekly L Interior Journul "Whin Be Good. firtt began to flutter, at the age of bread and butter, (That's the age when mald are In a fluttering 1 THE NAPIER HOUSE. Ask For Ayer's Sarsnparllla, and ho suro you get It, when you want tho best I With 1U forty yearn )yj rt ttftn viimtilawl ailr. . I 1 In tho euro ot litood Diseases, you can niako no mistakes iu preferring Ayer's Mood-purlflc- LIBERTY, KV., Publiotaed Every Tuesday and Friday $2 PER Y IS All, IIS- ADVANCE - not to paid $2.50 will be charged.- - K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning at 4:50 p. m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. I t 3'Pm Mail ttain going North , 3'Pm " South usrpm Express train ' South rn North ,630 am Loral Freight North S JSP n South. The latter trains also carry passengers. Thi. ahove Is calculated on standard time. Solar time it about 30 minute falter 37n M, maternal parent hinted thtt to male life rosy tinted I should always be what lie described ai 'good. V len temptations gather round you, let no fatso I feat confound you, Shut your ryes and ears,' said she, 'as maidens should, And however things surprise you don't forget what adtiseyou, t Which is simply this, my child, be good, be pood "Since those dajs.the boys hate wooed me, they have bothered and pursued me, And l'te always tried to do the best I could; And how often, oh, how often, when I'te seen their glances soften, I have whispered to them warningly, 'be good.' When your lover urges, prccs, tries to dally with your tretset, Yowshc'd twine them around hit heartstrings it he could, You will surely be astonished how he's silenced when admonished Hy the whisper of thote mystic words.'Ile good, 1 mood; F. W. WARRINNEff.PIIOP'R. m I hat e leaseJ the above Hotel and intend running It in first-clat- s style in vcry particular. Spe83-jcial attention to commcrcisl men. ai STANDARD Ilt'LL 0. Hay horse, 15U hands high, three years old this spring, full brother to Maud Messenger a iQlf; will make the teaton of iSo at Chariot Dunn's, Illack Stallion, iStf handt high, foateil iSSt; bred by A. Uildtjuth, Orange count), New York, miles Iroin Stanford, on the Ruth llranch piku MESSINGEE. Ed. $25 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, Barlow, 2875. Mr frK AT Slrod by CASTELAPt, IOG2. . WOOD WALLAGE, I St) Fourth Iiv Woliutn j)i dam Wobiirn Maid Money due as soon as tho fact Is ascertained nr ttfThe dam ol Carver, ' J? J,) mate parted with .....bv a Mambrino horse and dam DUNN CHARLKS 14 by Mambrino Messenger 3rd dam Sarsaparilla to any other. (oro-runnI Tho Men's Outfitter Attnue, Louisville, - - of mod- ern blood medicines, Ayer's Sarsaparilla Kentucky. CASTKI.AK. oSj, Iiv Volunteer. js, sire cf St Jtilien 1 11 W, etc ; 1st dam ,.Mltt Nodine, b Ham- mond, ton of Potter's Cla; at dam Wells' Star, . f.jrr.,dam of Artillery a tin, and JIoilely I 6 by This fine Jack, 1 years old, black with white American Star, 14; id Jam by llcrtranu. i points, 13 hands high, will mnke the present WollURN, to, at our ttabltt, mile notth ot Milledgeville on Mist Coo Ity b)ul, by Hamlileioiiian,dam ttt dam Telegraph, joi ; d the dam . the Dantilleand Huttonvllle pike, o( lieo. Cool) by I'ri.lu). sra-vii1 At $10 to Insure a living Oolt. Parting with marc makes theitason due Cttar wattireJby lliillcr, he bjkHtottsJMmiorted from Spain. He has proved himVelf a tutr foal getter 15 ED BARLOW Will stand at my ttablet, two mil's front Stanford, Ky., on tits Knob I.kU turiipike, at or when Hilly gett hystetically silly, I bridle up, as mother said 1 should, And I say in tones so frigid as to (rcere them al- "Whin Krra P fcSwTr-riSl- VJ most rigid 'You are waxing much too worldly now be and the gentlemen mentioned Would likato be ascetics if they could. So, when frail emotions blind 'em it's a pleasure to remind 'em It's their duty and their business to be good I' good !' All men are well intentioned I'tc others combined. "Ajer's Sarsaparilla Is selling fast than over before. I never hesitate to reoonitnend It." Goorgo V. Whitman, Druggist, Albany, 2nd. "I am safe In naylng that my sales of Ayer's Sarsaparilla far excel thoso of any other, and Helves thorough satisfaction. " L. II. Bush, Des Moines, Iotva. " Avcr's Sarsaparilla and Ayer's Pills aro tlio hest selling medicines in my store. I can recommend them conscienPharmacist, C. llickhaus, tiously." Uoseliiml, IU. W. egg? Is still the most popular, being In great cr demand than all NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. MT. VERNON, KY. Hotel is still maintain This old and ing its tine reputation. ' Charges reasonable. Spt cial attention to the traveling public M. P. NKWCOMH, Prop., Ml Vernon, Ky, Sj-t- - Arthur 1 Sim, 304:1. AND J.K.WRI0HI. Mllledgetllle, Ky $10 to Insure n Llvtnu; Oolt Hoaaon. or SIO tuo 6-- 1 T HOCKICR Danvilla 0. H. M'ROBERTS, M. STANFORD, KY. D., Is the Earth in Danger From the Drill. Prof. Joseph 1 Jones answers, in a recent issuo of the Popular Science Monthly the question, "Is it safe to thill the earth too much?" The professor assumes the enrth to be a hollow sphere tilled with a gaseous substance, called by us purity. natural gas, and he thinks that tapping spouuer nevervanes, A marvel strength and wholetomenets. More economical these reservoirs will cause disastrous than the ordinary kinds and can not be told In competition with the multitude of low test, short explosions, resulting from the lighted weight, alum or phosphate poder. Sold only in g.is coming in contact with that which is ROYAL HA KINO POWDER CO.. can.. 18 106 Wall street. New York. escaping. He compares the earth to a balloon floated and kept distended by P P. the gas in the interior, which, if exhaustCJ re - tJ ed will cause the crust to collapse, affect the motion of the earth in its orbit, cause it to loose its plaea among the heavenly bodies, and fall in pieces. POWDER Absolutely Pure ""o have sold Ayer's Sarsaparilla hero for over thirty years and always recommend It when asked to namo tho VT. T. McLean, hest Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. I have sold your medicines for tho last seventeen years, and always keep them In stock, as they are staples. There U nothing so pood fut tho youthful blood' as Avers Sawaparlllo." It. L. Parker, Fox Lake, WU. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla gives the best satisfaction of any medicine I havo in stock. I recommend it, or, as the Doctors sav, ' I prescribe it over tha counter.' It never falls to meet tho cases for which I recommend it, even where the doctors prescriptions have C. i Calhoun, iM'cn of no avail." Monmouth, Kansas. Mood-purifier- ." Office on Lancaster Street, opposite Court-Hou- se w: Having reinujted to this place from Liberty, to practice lilt profession, calls tlu attention 01 the pub lie to the fact that he will be ready at all hours dav or nltfht to answer calls in town or country. Arthur Sunt hat prosed liinuelf to be a superb Thirty years ofhls tile were spent in Stanford and brrsHler Call and tee his cults at his home he deems it unnecessary to speak ot his ability at A share of the patron a physician and tureeon WYANDOITK, Standard No 331ft, by Metro, age of the people ofatanford and viC'inty it asked polltan, one of the best bretl sons ol Kytdyk't 6s-t- f by him. his dam llyaifnth, by Hainbletoyiah, having Volunteer; id dam Clara the dam cf Detter a 1;; Arthur Sunt, Standard No. si ; by (ten Knos, rvcoid as with 13 In jo elstsand j inijjtlatt Kirtt dam by llmirbon Chiel, the tire of Calmar Little Arthur, lliurouzhhrs-7 J4 ; id dam t Will make the teaMiivof 'sIat Ills rtOmc,"Maple.,' -- Wyandott. a. 552S. 2:34?. Wilkes ! ire of alli. Yagen 1 tt Hay, itVf hand, high Staudatd, Ytlume YUI, A. T R IoiJ; j SIRLD IIV LYLK WILKKS lit, Wilket a it, tire of 61 in a jo or better dam flora b) Skedaddle (thnrotiglibrrd I a dam Medley by Old Watev, by llcnthune, pacer by i tltm by Shcflon's Telegraph. Frank Ithoreiiglibrcd.) 4 dam Danvillh Wilkes has started In five raies, won three of them in straight htutt and third monc) In fourth. Dans illeWi1l.es is alsotac first and only gran I ten of (icorge Wilket that hat produced one in J jo or better Dantille hat two mare of hit get that are now in training and, barring acldent, will make reeurdt at jo ar betirr, bsxidet, I an. confident that Dantille Wilkes will luster hit te ord of s jsJ. ta 3 He hat been timed the last half in a race in t la, Danville WlUet his prosen him. elf fine btced er and it mre nwliuc tr.ttcrs and parties can hate a chance to hi. pnsduie rsuvv tor a tery low price II) Oeorge At S20 to IiiHtirc. fr STOLEN! On Sunday nigl.l, December yth, In the town 11I.ACK IIOItbK, about ijK ofhtsnford, Ky., hands high, j years old, both hind feci white, small star in the forehead and snip on nov. He carries hit tail, which it very hcaty, a little one sided He bugizv. cotnparatitclv was hitched to a tide-ba- r lloides the Sulci new. with blue cloth linings $15 for the recovery of rewtrdof $jo, will JAS C HKIO. tht horse, buggy and thief Stanford, Ky. 97 1 ,ie Ayer's Sarsaparilla, rRKPAUr.D BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Price t; six bottles, JJ. Worth 11 a bottlt. m, m first-cla- st I. n. IIRl'CE, m feed stable STANFORD, KY. jH feiiH H99HI ififiN tsl HM EIBI MLLLD LLLLHts. JHIPBL Wffl. ADAMS LEXINGTON, IV t VSHBhsbm Another writer thinks that drilling B g w should be prohibited by stringent laws. l 2. rr He, too, thinks there is a possibility of a 5 an explosion, though from another cause. o c M " 52 Should such a disaster occur, "the counSi Tf C1 try along the gas belt from Toledo to p P through Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky 9? 5. will be ripped up to the depth' of 1,'JOO 2. S 2 or 1,500 feet and flopped over like a 8 P pancake, leaving a chasm through which era lh waters of Lake Erie will comedown, filling the Ohio and Mississippi valleys and blotting them out forever. e Still another theorict has investigated the gas wells with telephones and deli- &" O. cate thermometers, and he announces w) O startling discoveries. He distinguished " era sounds like the boiling of rocks, and est to timated that a mile and a half or so be-- 1 ueath the Ohio and' Indiana gas fields, the temperature of the earth is 1,500'. The scientists say an immense cavity exists, and that here the gas is stored, that a mile below the bottom of the cav ity is a mass of roaring, seething llame, which is gradually eating into the rock p. g lloor of the enwrn and thinning it. O Eventually the tines will reach the gas ' re sS and a terrific explosion will ensue. --- LEE Stanford. JF HTJFJTMAN, Kemucky, SURGEON' DENTIST, Office south tide Main, two doors abate Depot St "W.IB. IF'IElIfcTlLNrZ' DENTIST. Office en Lancaster street, opposite Stanford, Ky. court-house SPKCIAL ATTENTION t COMMERCIAL travelers Horses and mules bought and sold. 1HK COMIIINKD STALLION. Only horses and tehl let used ill llirry, A tien ictaincd on Money due September 1. iS Alto agent for the all cotts until money 11 paid Trading tne marc forfeits insurance WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO- llrceehtoader it a rich dark bar. Detirintion my with black points, hcaty maneaadtail, itK hands Will make the teaton of itfc) at In stable betweon Lily anl l.iiuuln tounty. high lilt (.nits are large, fine and ol soli J color; onheihyDanville .Miileigetille. the and Hustonvillc pike, at can l(e seen at I S Tm.' should any tttcur Immediate!) after the close of the season Dsn villeWilkct will go into training tor a latter record Parties that are well Informed know that the thoroughbred iloodmu.t U in the troilcr and ! Dantille Wilkes has plenty ol It, hiv dam deing ty a thorsmghtired hurte, and then the pa' mg crtt he hat should tend to proJuce fast This thrMghbrel t !l make the sestonof ilio and g d race horses. Dantille M like, will make the season at the Pair at the Oeorgc Kjttcll farm, on the Dantille and s W. M ItUK ('round.. Danville. lluttutiville pike, near jii.icugcttiit, at and Dictator, thctlri-o- f Director J 17. PhalUt Kitst dam Lady 10 t ij(, and Welsh by William v.'elsh, the sire ot Prim Impc id dam an inbred rlaljatS and Jercintah Wagoner mars1. At lint grand joung colt 41 Hr cent, of the eld horse Kytd.vkt No. 10, llie founder of the greatest trotknown, coursing ting family the world hat through hit vein from dlfterent cliannclt namely Rsdvks llamblttoniau, Volunteer, Metruoli tan and William Welsh. Limited ts 13 approved mares For further in. formation or cards addrot T A KLKIN, 13 Lancatttr, Ky a$l; r ion-tain- s n gt $25 to Insure a Living Colt. The hettoi care tiken with marc and grass at he u.ual rate, but nst responsible for s BREECHLOADER SIO to Insure a Living Colt, HARRISON .CHIEF, JR., r JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B.JULEY, PROPRIETOR First-clas- -' s Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. pare and Reasonable Prices. Day and night Trains are net by Polite Porters ot this Popular J07-t- f. IIou ' WALLACE E. VARNON, Attorney ut Law, ' j Stanford, --- --- Kentucky. IIKLKClll.OADI'.lt, lat , fiwM in tto Hy Imp. Illllct, 130. and all right Will not be allowed to serve dam Nellie Vile), (grand dam f Ilinelle) by Sound that are tturet nit regular breeder. M mey due Hob Johnson w hen the colt mines, mare said or transferred A 1 dam Mary Churchill by Ales Churchill flen will be heist all cottt until ianl lor. j dam by Imp .Mirgratc .gmiid c4atKig Description and Pedigree -- llttilun Chief, Jr. it a red sons I, stands it andt J tnclii-- t in height, y t.nrkfe 4 dam .ittstietoe ' TJClMM'BtWtB J? t? f f He 4 ears old this tpriag. tsat big tail and mane sjer. 3 dam lilack etAisutan ky It by llairtsonChief, be bv Clark Lhiel. the site 0 uam ov Amen. of Lady I home 1 i Hu slain Lute, the dam of 7 slam by .Mgcnne. Hanker 1 Jt, , the dam of Harrtoon Chief.Jr.it 3 dam by Orey Alfred by a .on f Walton's Mambrino, he out of a mare 9 dum a marc purchased tit Vlrgiwt by by AUsaader't Abdaltah, id dam by Mmetoket petUgrce fur breotllisg, but W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. lie byotd l.rsmgton; yX dam b) Shawhan T.m is now lost; believed to be by Aateticut ill. he bs H Mocking.. 4th dam bt Davt Crv t. LONDON, KY 10 slam by Imp Mottke) , ett. 3lh dam by Halt urn, t4h dam ) Wcllt Crj Good turnoutt and saddle hortet alwayt for hire 11 dam by Imp Medltt sader. on reasonable terms London It me mutt conven- - 11 dam by Imp Shark. f Cynlhiana, Kt , Mr W. II a ient point on the railroad to reach placet in the ij dam b) lwt t'earitSHghl cwus.d gsldmg, a full bruther of Ilam.on Chief Imported llulrt.sire of above ber.e and alw Hist Jr, for of the State. to the mountain als-in fi.iou. olhrrt at Woodford, IMtidete, Ike Lsoimm.'.Vc . died late- Abe Resiakcr Mdd told two ctHtibiited Ji.tso Mr gebling f"f ly Hit get last tea.on ivon sav,oi and he (rial, wiiiu c toe aitother af thi. cult 11 more 3 o ; the bread 'x; T? r stood second the Utt of winning tte. He was sought alter than ant atber stulti-2. ?S n s. - 5 i years old and his g,t won from lis; to till batter prices than ait) other ttallton. as the) briag 5 V;- -: s , $WliJ 30 Mare, kept at t 30 month sin gra.t Care Pasture for mares at Ji jo per tonth No takrst to prtcsst acsidvnttbatit.it rr.p-nsi'- t far accident thatsld an) nnvii C I h.Mll)lL C1IAS. K. HELL. SjCirG?.'!.' Milledgcsille. Ur, h r,, No 47 1 1 jgveiy, gecd and Sale Stable, rinu.Rtr. S15 to IiiHtirc n Living Colt nhe 1 1 Wlb-on.n- tr-tt- i . "S 111 j?:"" s t, w yt j J Will practice in all the courts of thit and adjoining countiet and In the courts of apprnl Office over McKobertt & bung's drug store. ? r. I, 5 11 HAliE'S WELL. Season Opens June i, '89. 1 1 B CI-- -I. -ai to re A Tale of Love. One qniL't titty in lenfy June, wlien n a bfes ami binls were till in tune, two lov- Hoard from June t 1 Jul) t, per week J.t o ers wnlketl benenth the moon. The Cottage Kent from June t to July i.per week ,t 30 Hoard per week after July 00 iaht was fair, so was the in.iid; they frt.ta tt.nt n.r'uw.L.ftf.r lull & SB , ilketl ami talked bennnth the Oll.iuv., to! with no one to liann or inako' afraid, Hones well cared for, per vtvk 1.00 4. IIKOUJWAY. name was JniI and his was Jim, ho Everybody it corJtalty Invited to vims us early Her r. tv,lb f(U nn(i gj, wag sinit ilt. took to In r its the season and get advantlfe of the lesitMcd rates. Respectfully, A. L. SPOONAMORH, and sho took to hint. P O. Address, Stanford, Ky. f Says Jiui to Sal, "By all the sunk' s that squirm among the hush and brake.', I love you better'n buukwheai cake?:." Says she to Jim, "Since you begun it ROWLAXD, KV., J'rliico ami Peasant, tlio Jlilltonairo and and been nnd done it, I love you next to Day Laborur, by their common use of Dealer in- -Dry I ho world-wid- e atti-s- t this rciut-il.i- i n new bonnet." Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps of Ayer's. Tills. Leading Says Jim to Sal, "My heart you've busreciiintiiouil these pills for Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, Queens-warted, but I've always gals mistrusted." I Inware, Furniture and'a Stomath am! Liver Troubles, Costive-nes- s, Suva Sal to Jim. I will be sure, if you HilltmsnoM, and Sick Headache ; GrOCOfiOS, also, for r.liciuiiutiam, Jaundice, ami love nie as I love you, no knife can cut Cenoral Lino Neurati;la. They aro d ; conOur love Ul tWO. Fancy Candies, Canned Goodi, &o. tain no calomel ; aro prompt, but mild, Says Jim to Sal, "Through thick and All kl.mli of Produce taken in exchange for goods. in operation : and, thereforo, tlio very thin, for your true lover count me in; best mcdii me for Family Use, as well as for Travolcrtt and Tourist.s. 1825. I'll court no other gal again." " I liavn tlurivod great relict from Jim leaned to Sal, Sal leaned to Jim; . .v..L,"--- . years ago I wa3 Ayer's fills, JLJ.N U AJ.N J his nose just touched her chin; four lips taken so ill with And iiteu anil , .. " ,nrl went nehein'.' Dwelling. Housi ln.,J urr. tine i 'res. of On then and then! Oh, mils I chindi.u, A. , nppl t the Id mini in June, and umluriit nth the hil- that I was ttnablo to do any work. I very moon, when fros and - Junohutjs Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. took three boxes of Ayer's Pills and ,.. ..... v., Its was entirely tired. Sinro that time I list ;vii rnst ..v.. nnmjiu ... Lightning clauses attached and damages paid arotit iuiiw, 1,.t ..M, ,w Tniiiam never itluntt a box of tliuso pills." ' the paper soon. Exchange. whether tire ensues or not. Peter Christensen, Sherwood, AYis. GKO II ItUUCE, Ajjent. i7 is anxious to visit the "Ayer's I'll Is have boon in use in my KiiiK Kalakaua family upwind of twenty years and Paris Exposition, but ns tho poker have completely verified nl that is claimed for tluin. In .attacks of piles, has not flourished of late in Hon- from which I sullered many years, they olulu'hu lacks the necessary funds. Xo- -' afford sreatur relief than nnv other - LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. body in his kingdom will lend liiin the medicine I ever tried." T. 1 Adums, money, ami he has sent nn agent to this Holly Springs, Texas. country to bonoiv $10,000. " I havo used Ayer's Pills for a numTHE LARGEST AND FINEST ber of years, and have never found Salt will curdle new milk; in prepnr- eijual to tlieju for Kiviug mo tin appetito anil imparting energy and HOTEL IN THE CITY. In,, nnrrideo. cravies. etc., salt should Btrutigtb to tho Nystem. Inlwiys keep not ho iiiltled until tho dish is piepaied them in the house." It. 1). Jaekson, Wilmington, Del. RATES S2.50 TO S4-- PER DAY. ACCORDThe People " Two boxes of Aycr'a Pills cured me of severe Are not slow to understand that in order to warING TO ROOMS. rant their manufacturers in guaranteeing tlicm to 2. i ?; ".":'' 23 "1? S sMlr s.? 3 ? r- GOVER'S MESSENGER. looted April a, iSv, Lanle; ad dam by Cuppar- . s 3 n i O- - S-- r s-- Ms"; S.,r ' l9 ?:S tW It jf A SON, 1. I l e 1' a 3' it tVJ i ssssas I l i: r HI Ol rj 36-t- Rich and Poor, rep-utati- ilT.H.HHELTOIT - - f5r'ct VH fcr- w n c jihy-Blciat- M of m u st Iri'a 'AS i,' nr 1 a li CD 00 00 Iwitmn. Ac. He was sired b) Mexcnaer Chief, Jr , I.) M, sender V,Mrl, sire ul Maud .MMsrruer, 1 ft. , iat dam Jennie lt I. lino, id dai t lit Mjnihru. M entcr; yi dam by Mambnnu Chief, sib dm by Imp Nup"le.iii, tih dm by lvmpe.l. Mh dam li) bv J'ler; ?ih dam hip. Darns'.by Itiomede, MtH Ham ahipp'a i'ar.i'.n. by Catinun'. sh dam Chief we. irrd by Abdallah Pilot, A il.m by mi slim ly Manilifiuo Vleeivt, Maui)rinu Chief. Ac II ird Maud Mrswngcr, Jilartel t at; .Matiaint; record ict(; Alxl 'jilt. Kubert II, racord a js; trial it,,anU enc.. Amt Ahdallah I'll"! oat ired by Aleaander't Abdal Uh: itt ilan tlUndina bt Mamhrsnts Chief. It heii Jim ami other. sired I'ickards Alexander Al'dallatj (sun of Rt.dyk's I letter i iL ). lit tired sire of Maid i u. Major l.d.iirl a so. whu U turn sired Kohert Mct.reor i 17, .ire of isnnme a i'S, it was b) Alesander's J?i. Klmo, rtc rd 3 Abdalhih, daiuasnl lohe i Iu" lt.ifonnitr,.Vi Mambrino Chief, the tir of llie tri.inddam f Chief, jr. aired th- - great I.s.t) I home s 18U, and Mambrino Pichn, who in turn sired aottj, ard . j other, in j 3 and better and London ilari-nls sired the dain of duv WilLe. 1 a 18 and thedants of is 'Hbcr. tsttli rrcords Wilkes of a sound better lie still stand the .easoa of lis., at ".r l.ier) Stable in CiahOtiharJ at Me.-tiijj- Hit first Hay stalltsss. dasrs by Oray It band. high, .HliFiSlillW.M "fTlpUISVIttt ' tfttre 3af:s?pr 'ISB'SAKiU nIWlAr OCU59 R - A NEW FAST MAIL I ea n. & I .h lt ast; LOUISVILLE j CINCINNATI ih, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Kvcr attempted between the rel ic nsmen ial cities on the Onio Itiver and Chu-aand hence the fastest uase and most cosnfoiuble trams be all tween lnit in the South, or to the We.t and N'ortltwesi. The counterpart of this nam iV. trunk linet it denosssttvalcsl rhe Limited Kaprest I be rollia .1. wr empb,t site, patrons .uierb . 1. liold-smit- Mc-(jr(- o-t, ,, I Miuer iij, ' n HUgar-coate- j lit mm $10 to Insure At SKVKN nhvn mate is 14 ' n Living Colt. Unlimited Comfort "trAt all Coupon Ticket Ptsket In the Xuutl you will find our ime tattle, and tirket., Sa Mo. mm, get Monnn an-- t lis.k to Mien, il )iu want to tase niuue) and hate a pleusa-i- t journet It ). MiCMKMU K, General u'er Auti.l. f. h,. City 1 ickel A;ent ard Oftir-- s I. M. lts,KiN, 11? .ih Ase., Lin..He Ky It. A.T iRM(.K, a j in .1 , Clin inn III sjhlO l'e ,3 ,1 s J We ssili also ttund our Jack, Established 1 THF.:FAN'C'!-AIII.i- STALLION, m Black John, DOl.LAlts parud ith II to insure Season due iOU ly. N Route V ! XV l UA nut V (JUVKIl ' aiiaUe JcVBllsCliar, . - Rheumatism 1 be-.ar- e I THE GALT HOUSE, I'oaled May 1, 1874. is a rub Mahoonj hay, ut: hand, hili, heavy mane and tail; is strictly fine and fanLV. t. lx. th a natural and pleasant saddler: breed, film.) and wlirn .i. icily Iriven in harness goes like a trotter llei hlli tailsttle on I tb sides to the third K'neratiou, is backed by thorou irhhredt on both sides, nuking him vers aitive an d sprightly in g.nt; in form and finish a perfect modi He was tired by buniprcr Denmark he by Godd.ird's Uiliniark lie nyualnes.V Cr. unwell s Denmark, he bv the race horse Deiunatk. he bv Hit first dum was sired by Sir Imp fledgeford Wallace, lie hy todnmiters Sir alute he by Sir Albert thoroughbred); .id dam by irginiut, fdam of Virginius bs Tranby, llioiouglil.reil ; be by the celenrated Mawu'i Whlpp; jd dum a nipp mare POSTED. This notice forewarns hunters, tinherinm and others not to trespass on our lamls witho'it permission, as all such ill In prosecuted to the lull-es- t extent of the law Signed. ' N..V M Co K 1) Only one Night out to New York. Solid Veati'iulrd Trail., to Washington, Philadoiphia, Baltimore, Now York, lute Card in Lffcct Ma Passing all the t'arrous Virginia Springs I.) 3V. iigiu anu urriiing ai iu lixnt i.onilni and the Sea blinre the nest altcrnonn T. I. HILL. J M McKOIIKIl "" ; MRS. HLNRV ilAL'C.ll.MAN. A.M. I'KI.AND S.jll. M.S. 1IAUOII MAN, J. It IIKUCK W V r il'hR. C II tl Mfll 4 UKO I) HOPI'KK. t i. ri'.,ii., A J IIAYDLN, I). V. HOL.Mta juiti l: C. PAKHISII, tv HWI..MI.S, u, t8-- . t ' KASIWARD rTsTlNluTrr'attVet anv-thln- K Tom. BiOTainson breeder. ! M.W Le '! Son of Wallace Denmark above; ist dam by Miller's Denmark, he bv the race horse Denmark: bis dam r'Urlre; ad dam hy .Montgomery's Olitur, 3d dim by old Drennon Tom it a fineshnped liorie, black witit lieitvt inane and tail; 15 hands high; Isa natural saddler and will uurrant him a saddle "l ; ? if from which I was lone a sufferer." Emma Keycs, Hubbimlston, Mush. 'Whenever I am troublctl with constipation, or HtilTor from loss of appetite, Ayer's Pills sot mo right again." A. J. JvUor, Jr., Itock llouiio, Ya. "Ayer's Pills aro in general demand nmoug our customers. Our sales of them exceed those of all other pills combined. Wo have never known them fail to pivo entire satisfaction," Wright & IfaunolljvSan Diego, Texas.,", Headache, Ayer's Pills, rat: pa it ed Br Or. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Dealers la Medicine. or cure, medicines mutt possess more than Dr. TUKKISHdr RUSSIAN I1ATIIS IK HOTEL. ordinary merit nnd curative properties. I'icrce'a Golden Medical' IJiscotery iitho only under a blood medicine sold through druggist ' wil1 tepefy or euro or positive sur-nteall blood, for it will be returned. In money tkln nnd scalp diseaiet nnd for all serofulou. af. It l spscinc. fectlon ot ut $500 reward offered by the proprietors We have purchased the Stiuf.ird Woolen nnd Safe's Catarrh Itemed)- for an incurable case. Grist Mill and lilted it with lR'w and . machinery and will bc;ln ou You Cannot Afford g.rtd re w At this season or the year to be itliout a liable diarrhoea I a'.am in the house, at cramps, To do custom grind. ng nnd carding Our Mr. stomlluwcll lias had over 40 yeart expedenco at the cellc, diarrhoea and all Inflammation of the a thorough knowland ho ha. ach and bowel ate exceedingly dnuserout If not business the branches. In addition there will edge of a Olio bettle of llejrgt' nttended to at once. oxper". toawl.t him in carding Glte us a bean llalsam will do more goed In cates of the trial. Tliu lilglictt market price paid for ccod 1". IICWI'.I.L ft white corn. than any other medicine on earth. Wo kind Staiiford, Ky 23 A R. Penny, Dru(U'ist tt hem-fi- t J A CO ! i U -- &2S&, ? GOIVIFANY nnmxfct-:isr.-.i m t k dKJsa 1 ( " NOTICE. first-cla- ss This line lark It bt Giant, he bv Imn. Palermo! is) dam by Itobinson'. Sampson, he by Imp Mam-- , moth; ad 'dam hy Imp llcrtniud. Jaco's utdaml by lll.ick Hawk, ad dam by Tippecanoe. This it a handsome Jack, 4 yean old, 16 hands lilzh, blaik with mealy ncne. Will serve 1 few Jeiinett The above stock will mnke the season of 1S89 at m I arm tVt miles from Hustons lie, near Carpenter's Station, nnd will be permitted u seive li tlie insurance, Arr White Sulphur... " Charlottsville " Wathintoti " Ittltiinore " I'liilaeelplila " New York I" J3 'S'"'!"" " Winchester 11 4 I oj .' c JU"S"...mi. sieriing j, " Stepttuiic 1 oj " Morehoad J to Olive Hill .. 4 oj " Ashland 0 03 " Catlcltsburg 6 tt " Huntington.. 6 jo 1 Stuuford ;K. j Daily Lxprexi. Aciom Sun. Dally l.x Sun 7 am a 31 n'n 1 Ol'veir a a o 40 7 7 51 pn. nrn pm pm pm pm pm pin )ll 5 40 pm J pm 6 40 pill pm 1 7 57 P"l o pin JS 'pm 3 4; pm pin to 9 30 am 40 am 5lm to Saturday, May ,8th, 1809, lth Wallace at $12.50; Tom at $10, for Jennet. Stock committed to my cafe and breeding will recclte my personal itictuion. t.rast furnished at reatona Lie raies, o be paid for before removnl of stock No respnnsiniiity tar accidents or on- caps Parting with stock forfeits inmirance.i J. STLELU CARI'tN J'fcR M JACO at $aj forljack coltJain;f ij i! n LEXINGTOiV.KY ftoiti - " " Klclimond, Va.... ' Oldl'ointComfort Norfolk 7 35 am . 50 am ... J 35 am ... ) S pm ... 0 '5 pm .,, 9 ao pm .. 35 pm,.., 3 3 'S pm'.., :"i::: pm ... J 1 i 'Ir . f)iar-rlme- Returniiig Mall arrives Lexington 1143 noen, dally txcept Sundav A vciirnmodation arrlvet 'Leaingion 8 oc a daily, except Sunday, 'i''J.'u v,'"!ln;l' arritct I.otlngtou 4 47 p m daily. train Istestibiiled from end to end and ruii.wnu ig.ii-- tors.. for tickets and itifnrinatinn wrllnor autilr to 111 , juar-atite- e tu S. A. IlUOMIllMtC. taU."Jf " ) D Trav l'.i. A... ...n.J.1' MURPIIY.Ge'ii'l VARRlNGlONadV P,I.ci,Vt.ii,ky It. LJ