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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889061401 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XV1I. THE K. P. A. AT MAMMOTH CAVE. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY. JUNE 14, d889. NO. 36 " CRAB ORCHARD Thus tlio tiip went on, for h while gazing IIIU wonders of nature anil tliun rest- .More rain. "Mud, intid everywhere If thero over was n time when lhiJn . some of tlu refreshing spring, ,., .,,., ,i,ailL,,lU mi otTrt. mid not spot ilry enough to plow,'" poor newspapermen won .... top ...... ,)f wys tho ancient Farmer. In clover It uasdurng their mecti.n: ' (imilv ,IW. wit, (l iok Tlio I'ii'nir at Dripping Springs wan uml thtf r rounds to complete- ()f ovi;or u wu(, . Owunsboro fii of thedeliKht.uiiy.ai. oiii cxcii. o,. w .u IM.M ,0 Mllw of t,ll :(0 pretty maidens hlinily attended Saturday, but our host, Mr. n G, fct,uglitfr, miido it very pleas hiul boon arranged lor uit'in. i no euij,ur with u. thei u...v. ... t j as lie certainly those w no did from was ..Ill .,.,.:,.,.,...,,. ' , pii.. i Btarteil mi wiiu iiiuii, as weeli Goods, ' : ' knows well now to no. . ;, "T , the iai imiul, nun up to tlu pur y's ar-- , $-cere the essed .. gilt from,' Light Company, of ",w ....7, .......... " ..........' rivnl nt Mnmmotli Cnve. inn kivimi toi .,, ' "' "' """ Louisville, is repairing It lighting apara- J. ri..iui.io n glowing descilption of " inci. breeze beyan to atrciitfthen nnil n lnt'" ,,.(,,., putting iin Mni... neu ,. .... . .. ... tl. ..limamit nninenni'S attendant, iw' .... "" " mrceiMdiUtlons nml ,,,,,.:,..,, to , nirincrnii ine ex i ,.was ocen. ever)- . . well ni tliu nrocced him of business meet-, ucnt up linn n a Mioit wune me. ...i,.,, i.rillii.m .lining ili,.n.lin .TiieiTrt ., : delight of. . tin. In. il on tliu triii. Tliu weary piigiiiiis were e inning ine inn to u, e i.,.,r.i tliat .Mr. Mini iii.nrttini.iiil "" , , lii.t.iitln(Mi!iiHioii wnn too iniii'h for Iiiiii i., . nt-s-t v..i. ...... iwt itiTiii u'linr.i JUV i HMIIrl Mini iiiiiii iiiif ir IIIU HlJt( ' H ' Will mother, who arrived last week fioni tlioa.bnndhe eft the n.e.ry party on mw Gieeuwood, intend abiding with us. We was Saturday evening when ,,,, ,.,, Sl,1rvw,V(M1 ,, ,nt ,n are glad to have such good, clover peoby the brill an- reached, thoroughly ibued Fmip 4 Ve to be cy of the nunieroUH entertainments that teen miles hud been murched, but the ple move among us. Mr. J. V. James is aildiug a room to his beautiful cottage. had been given in iionor ol tliu mem- dinner mid a shoit rest hooh counteractJS'ew ber's of the K. 1 A. The "H. M," who ed that and by n o'clock the porticoes Kid. A. C. Newland is improving and we so exhad in tlio meantime been "holding tliu seats iu the yard mid hammocks were hope will be out in a few days. Mr. ArWalliti, from aliiia, Ohio, is visitbag" at home, was dispatched for to hold tilled with the "gang," as Col. Craddoek thur n like position there and just as the "d. bpoke of them, chatting meiily on tin ing Ids old home near Gum Sulphur. Dr. Itlair had his fine combined o." was departing hn arrived. success ami pleasantness of the trip. At Thoru vcro just 140 In the patty when S o'clock the train left ami tlio conven- horse Killed by a passenger train Tues Mammoth Cave was reached and a gay- tion, tlio tnoxt pleasant one iu history day night and being an oil'day for work er crowd could not be put together. Of was viittiiilly at an end as fully two-thir- Wednesday his funeral (the horse's) was largely attended, witli Bros. Itcdd mid course the older heads were on their left for their various homes. dignity, but even they were not culU- - Good bye, with a hearty Hhuke of the Tiirnbull olliciatiug iu the ceremonies. clently sanctimonious to prevent tlo j imul, wan the popul.tr parting salute Dr. Hlair had just a short time ago puryounger iiioinlorn Irom Having uu Kiori-oufl- y ami if there was a mu1 there who did chased this horse ami was getting him Goods so good'tlme thoy had s- -t out for and not regret leaving the rent, such a party about trained to suit himself, so the acIt, disarranges him very much. UaLicoes, were having. Nine thirty was n little was not found. Tlio young peoolo and cident Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Bailey returned auu late forsupper, but in live miiiutet. after the old people, the middle aged and the 7c, from Lexiugtou Monday, where they 140 plates were being lllled French-ribbe- d She, their arrival She; belles and tlio married, the black-eyehad been to see a doctor in regard to uup-pl- v with Manager G miter's Sillt, youthful beaux had learned to love each Vests Mrs. Bailey's health, which is feeble. an iibun- of provisions including Gold-heade- d other during their nevor.il days' sojourn The trip did her no good. Sam Higgins daticuof that popular dish, fried chicken ' together ami it wan like breaking the ... ... i low. has gone to Greenwood to close up his u.e in..i. oi .i .,.....-..-.- mo iij.pomes bon.lii of allvction to part with the ele- going in business we., mi their iriomts In company wer um, ()( tI(,mo1 ,IlBl business preparatory to hero. Mr. J. T. Hrown, of london, was ted . and the stereotyped cxprvMion o i mmtuVM ,,, , - ., . . " I ''-- ' MjrvKMiis ritoM ,l.l.l... here Monday. Mr. Armstrong, thepret-t- y me k""" "tioing mupie jusiicw io tiu: t k. drummer from Ixmisville, spent Tueswas never more appropriate. After sup Tli.k wmki iiiii.iiiiiiv'i lilfltit.1 llltf ii VI tlt nl.l.ir tfiiiinrflikil h.iihomiuvh 'mi. , . . tiiv. per the lad.es, ami there were some ,o o, ,,e. day night in Crab Orchard, to tho deCmMovk blU. light of one of our most lovely young la60 in the crowd, repaired to their rooms Mm 91. st.f dies. and exchanged traveling suits for bal j F,etc, Mlirciim 8,invetI off ,,,, Col. Billy 0' Bradley, who tried so ''room costumes an. in a short ,IIL.htl llIl(, Vl.rv IIUU.h rL.a,n,,t.a the nn. Traderi, Horsemen and .. . "DTVrTT'DCJ ,. . ,. ..,,ww,llu.arl.. hard to break into the Cabinet and was STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. 17" AJLii)IJ!iil.O, Stockmen ot the counties In Memory or Thomas M. Ball, weroguuinggraceiiiiiy "' put oil' with the Coroan Mission, was Who departed this life on the first day oi Marion llovle, Lincoln, Garrard and Washingfloors of tlio Mammoth Cavu ball room failed to recognize him. All uer.oni wuhine pleaunt life anil well ton ill find all the news relating to matters of inhere the other day with his coat oil' The dance Iwited nigh on to Sunday ileaird wife let them use Patent Flour made at terest to them in the t The renowned WattorKon was exceed- pitching quoits with the boys. There of June, at 11:00 a. m., l&SD. ri"7Tin A HT? Stanford Roller Mills (.all for it at your gro-n- ot the leading paper of A.U V people wwm-te- d morning when the young Ho was bom in Garrard county, where eery, and if they have got it on hand, urge Central Kentucky, istued luesdayand Friday of ingly proud of being made general man- is nothing remarkable about Billy. He them an to meet nt h o'clock sharp, for the ager of tlio "gang," which ho denominahe spent his childhood; the rest of bis get it to keep it. or get will order from athem and each week, i per j ear bend 50 cents and try it at the Mill and I guarantee pleaiant lor three months Address U, G lioyle, llusiness is a handsome, good-sizemau and retramp through tlio envo. A little wea- ted the "Salvation Army." Lincoln county. He married Miss and intere.tiag family. life in Manager, Dantillc, Ky 15 oS minds mo much of Bice's trick horse, W. X. POTTS, Superintendent day and indusried from the cxottlons of the It was generally conceded that the "Touch him at the right place in the .Sally J. Pepples, one of the most ladies of night before, most of the party were slow-t- married women wens the handsomest trious, honorable, high-tone- d C. A. BENEDICT & CO., and it was l o'clock ho fore the and the young ladies the prottiett that Hank and he does his trick well." We the land, and a better mother to her rise wo admire the wiiey procession left for the "hole iu the have ovor made up a party to the cave. me democratic, but children cannot be found. They have Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, republican all the same mid are sure toiled through this hard worbl. toirether ground." Kvery member was on bund w There was nothing "short" about the a m "iniT r s STANKORD, KY. wATJ'VTJS m. . though and the party being trip, save porhap in the cutting of the there is nothing mean about him but his nt that time years. He was a man of reep V5w""rsi THIS preparation.without politics. II UI I.ICU1IIVL3 A CJU many sound lessons did be augmented by other guests numbered young ladies'" mi ve attire, which of course Kid. A. C. New land took a backset thought and Wells drilled to order and Pumpi furnished at Pim 'Icula inn. Liver-Mole- a, 1,give his children. On his dying bed ho factory prices. .did not detract from the pleasure of tho Monday and is very sick again. W. It. 30 Sunburn and ples, Black-Hoad- e, spoke thus, ns they j occasion, around him and The gentlemen, thoughtless Tan. A few applications will render the Dillion has gone to Mt. Vernon on busi- called us B. usually are, failed to provide themselves 'fiio irresistable Hob Morningstar, of ness. Mr. 11. S. Knowles, lumber agent which were his last words: "That there most Etubbornly red skin soft, smooth and white. Viola Cream is not a paint or with suitable suits for thu occasion and Howling Green, was always on hand and for the K. fc X. railroad, was to see tho was a time for all thing, n time to live With powder to cover defects, but a remed v to cure. !.,.,. in ilii. iim lirnill'llt US intO ...! bad to wear what might be termed their. ,s tongue, aliku that of a woman's mill men of this place Tuesday. AttorIt is luperior to all other preparations, and & Indies fairly out- - loose at both ends was never known to our consent or will of world without citizens clothes, but the is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At drug-cis- ts ney W. II. Miller and County Attorney this own, and would take us away the Manufacturer! of Fine baddies and Harnest, in did themselves in beauty of costume. )e till a moment. or mailed for 60 cents. Prepared bj Carpenter wore attending police court our every t)le and hnuli known to the C. TOLEDO, OHIO. So It is thought that at least two wed- same. Oh! love, that sweet, short word. and Trotting Equipment a specialty trade. Race Tho very brightest colors wore telected, com t was called to No. J3 Kt Main Street, LEXINGTON", Ky no real friendship. "high wator djng will lesult from the convention, here Tuesday. Tho Without love there is cut in loose blouso and try some special case. Mr. John Kdmis-ton- , For Salt nt McRoberts A-- Sugg's, Stanford, Ky. love there is no pleasant socie skirts" witbturbnnscovering their heads. xhe boys would have displayed mighty our police judge, being appointed Without S. O. DAVIS, tho j,oor taste had they not fallen in love love there is no ueuvun, They were pretty In the ball-roo- m postmaster to go in July 1st, has icsign-o- d ty. Without for Heaven is the essence of love. God PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, night before, but not to compare with ttjt, 0111l. 0( the beauties in tho crowd, the judgeship mid our town has to county thorn ut thu present. There was loss ar-- , is love and those who dwell in God dwell Kduiiiinou in n "eold-wator- " look up another to fill the vacancy. MT. VJSUXOX, 1. V. I am at rot audVdou't weep for pu love. tltUiallty about them mid in fact you uluj u( course tlio boys had to substitute Hope they will get as good a man iu as CHICKEN OlHce next door to Whitehead's Drug Sto.e. to your feet d me. May God be a lamp so pop- could see tboin mure as God had made tj,at article for the to your Boul, sure and Special attention ;i en to dis.ases of children case. 1 ho ujr on HlK.i, occ.wions. The snakes had goes out. and an anchor them than as is usually the f. ! Our handsome J. W. Brooks was like u steadfast. . May your ... peace be .... married women looked younger, whilo UVorything tlioir way but luckily nono of , homo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Livingston .1... niado an impreIon tlio crowd wius bitten, ana your ngiueousne?3 i" the and tlioir enormous boy are visiting at river on tlio younger boys of the proNS that l'letch I'oyntur, of Shelbyvillo, and Br. Doores' and the boy is said cry in wuves of the sea. May God guide your to I keep on hand a No r quality of Jellico. Lil) feet in that stiaight way that leadeth to even the elapsing year between press Harry McCarty, of Nloholasville, were in Geimaii, bo is so completely Gorman. i,cac jour oruer ai yard wvi4i recogiilzed lungthv dudes, while eternal life and through .1.... liarroa, '"' or S S Myers' itoru aad they will be attend- convenlions cannot oillice. the Mr. W. F. FrancN, the popular sculptor j 11, hugins. Holy City, and there a promptly, pearly gate, into thu Inside the cave, Jasper, the guide, ' j)icj; Golson, of Midway, and young f om Richmond, was in town last week mav vou ami 1 ue oe couuieu wun.. i" and Movnll, of Kllziihuthtown, represented i HUpplied ench couple with a lantern and elected a monument in the ceme- sit down with Abraham and Isaac. after giving his instructions bogau tin-- ! the bhoi tor portion of that class, USTOTICE! toiy for Mrs. llunii Singleton. It is a Those were his last words, and lie closMissus Mnrcu in and Willianibon, of his information of tlio wonders parting 1 have secured the piece of work and adds much handsome services ot a competent Maker and am prepared to do any and all of the immense cavern. To attompt to Cntlettsburg, Lila Hell, of Georgetown, to tho beauty of tho cemetery. Mr. J. ed his eves and died without a murmur. rv. vrwruuLJ injwm m 111 his many kinds of repairing to Uuggies, Carnages, Ac Mav his' memory rest with (I. ribe Mnnimo'lh Cave would bo but a and Maude Cozino, of Sholbyvillo, took W. Guest, from Danville, lias been" on a friends and mav this coun'y furnish .ma- Work entrusted to me will haeray personal All work guaranteed. Prices reasonw.ibte of time for thoru is not a dchool the prize in the walking and climbing visit to his sister, Mra. Moore. Mr. W. ny men like him. lleligious, indust!iou, able. ' VM. DAUGHCRTY. )p-libmjst and loved by all who knew bun, bo) who has not heard of the star uliam- - ring. They are ennui to a Itocky Moun-lu- r, X. Haldeinan, of the Courier-Journa- l, f- id miimmoth dome, Kcho Iliver, the tain doer and were frequently soon oO and W.T.Grant, of Louisville, made a F.vriiEii is lmvriNo. R. B. Mk bottomless pit, fat yards in advance of their escorts, The long, rough road is ended, Ktvir Styx, the business trip to Crab Orchard Springs His wear) teet hae pressed; SUCCESSOR TO K. C. V. man's misery, the corkscrew and the i Friday. Hon. and Mrs. John A. llnlde-maHow rough to his weak footsteps, thousands of other cuiiosltics that nro ; Perhaps we neer gussted M'MIOHAEL, of the Louisville Times, are visitTHE HATTER, 'J'hou sands of dollars worth of found there, snlnciontly to have formed John Bartlcson, Sr Killed at Montlcello. ing Mrrt. Ilaldoman's father, Mr. John llut with the hickens die every year j'rom Choi 611 4TH AVENUE, CVif llie Kd.tor Interior Jouriul ) He will be no more distressed, for himself a good idea of the place, and Judge Stephen Burcli ra. It is more fatal to chickens than The face we bend to softly kiss 1'vihi.kv, .hino 10. Knowing that you Buchanan. Mrs. berico only our trip through will be menLOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. ill .titer diseases combined, llut the is visiting Mrs. Buchanan also. Mr. R. W. 110 imprint but of bliss. Hears tioned. Tn tho ilrst place when the have no regular correspondent in this Lilian!, representing S. II. Bottom & Co., lihcovery oi .i reineuy uwx. pou'fk eij We know that many pases, Tho Nobbiest & Mo3t Stylish long and shoit routes was county, I thought I would send you an junction of the mts it has been made, and to be con-- . millers, Lebanon, was whitewashing our Within the book of car. Stock of reached n votu was taken as to which account of a sad allair vyhich happened merchants Friday. Biscuits will bo .need of its efficacy only requires a lie has purued uith anguish, Saturday lat. John Amid his falling tears; route wo would go. Tlio result was that in "Moiiticello on bottle is enough fo lial. A plentiful now. asettlement of That partings, change and doubting., the short louto with a short walk in the Hartleson, Sr. was having nc hundred chickens. It is guar-uitce- d lime cauieO him many fears, .Willed iinon. Tho first rest a . blacksmith account with T. A. Bates s in.,., lliiiiu.i:. Haitwcll Luce is attending of If, after using ) !... forgotten now, each p'.i.g ol woe, .... Conference at Lawrenceburg. S. Hub- ni sani nates suop, w neu .1 uuam ,..nJ 1.. l...Ri.r chamber where tlie lan1 bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly . er brought t" the cuj of I.ouinllle, No griet ugain his soul will know now open words passed ble and K. L. Hubble bought 30 yeanling .aiisfied with it as a cure for Chicken terns were disposed ot for a fow moments' a dispute and not many including the We gaie at his dear fenturos, till Hartlewin knocked Hates down with mules from James E. Lynn for ST'.UOj those In ."hnlera, return it to the tindcisigned nud stars like unto Within tho casket hound, KNOX & JOHH B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS then Hatch' son, Kmcrsoii, per head, iconic of our citizens are preand our money will be refunded. And think that he is dwelling incut could bo seen, then thu sun, a his list and who was present, picked up an old gun paring to stmt a crock factory here and peace is found. And also my own importation of Knglish Hats Where changeless For by sale McRoberts .t Stagg, Stanford hrge red ball, appeared, representing tho and Cups An elegant lino l Canes and Lyon's That there uopalulul partings breaking of day. At this point Mrs. Ion barrel which was lying at hand and the demand will bo great, unless tho wet Celebrated Umbrellas ahvaji on hind. Fine His loving heart will wound struck Haitleson on the head with it. weather ceases. John Williams is talkH Nail sang a solo entitled tho "Hrcak-- 1 And, weiping for him, loed and goiiu, .r 11 ,.,... I . nil ...,i.....i 1... Mil lMf.1.1 thoeilectsof the blow bodied 111 ing of going'to Danville to work iu the SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, II TIM I. ..a .t I ( i:illULll W We gather strength and walk alone Ho was buried in the fam shop. Miss Virgie White will teach our ...i.i..'i. ui.n.wnl lnr to bu thu noshes- - 'l or hours - before us, Along the way in... biiihi"""'""" Gloves and other Furs, a specnlty Ordert outily burying ground by the Masonic fall school. Millard Howler is visiting Whither we do not know, Borof nn extremely sweet voice. Tlio side of city solu'ited, perfv t tatisfa tlor guarana very appropriate sermon our town now, hunting witnesses in the brcthien after It maybe strewn with bleisings teed Don'tlail t. orarra NOIlll HAT. '11 y lanterns wero lighted and tlio walk probv Hov. Allen Hallou, of tho Christian Hush Hraneh turnpike case. Millard, And pleasures we may know, ceeded with, stopping now and then at Or thickly set with dangers, interesting point church, of which the deceased was a you must stay away, as all of our hos Borne curious and COMPANY May bring us nanght but woe; member. run oil' when you appear on olllcial duty. YVt oer life's pathway he has come where Jasper always willingly told what He leaves a wife and four small chil- Wesley Eubnnks has been .juilo sick for At last Into his heinenly home ho know about it. Fat man's miseiy As Ever an Affectionate Son, wo dren and a host of relatives and friends Borne days. Mr. Wallace Walter was ii was reached, and for a solid mlio i w&&iam iw.ia.wftiiRaawawiJ THO-s- . C. UALL. down Wednesday to see how high the walking in n ditch or to mourn his untimely death. Mxst21L?3 V.VC1HC1T- - lkJ I'fck XftFt.ll w.iww'hii went half bent, I rSl Hates is in jnil awaiting an examina- Hanging Fork was. Win. Hubble sold trench, not over 2 feet wide between imThe Pride of Woman. "ijrfi.w-aeisz'tur-y- y d s. Mc Kr.niNiK, Jit., P. M. SIS. through tion, 801110 yearling Steers to Wood for l.in.s alwa)sa nsHiii.'Aii A clo:lr ,cariy and transparent mense walls. Tho ladies slipped VmTVRllfcSai a!22Siaux5&5s "SStSBetiiSS uli Engleiliail caught sinor pure blood, and all persons troubled with littliyirno trouble, but the men, or Some idea of tho magnitude of tho Toill Fish mid Epll .t can experienced, as one of tlio Paiis Imposition may be formed from :S00 llsll With a hook ill liaising Forfc dk, srcy. ellur blotched .kin A lc uotes JT. mostof them their blood is out of order looJ ,.urifil.r & ,ltood MAcr .ill raolder gentlemen expressed it, that it tlio fact that It was visited Tuesday by Saturday. J. W. Hiight has purchased"Cork-screwHUSTONVILLE, KY. broad-Castellianilfac- ,uoyoiho cause and the skin will become clear and thift it was "d- -d bard work." of whom IW.OOO ascended il cultivator nnd :i54,000 people, M mmmw powiii 111 Michigan. transparent Try It, 1,and if satisfjcisonU not given Are still In the himness and to 'jil by laddeis and step- tho liilfel tower. Hired ascended ...... ..,.il, i,r li..-id Ailv warranted. A. thing In the Undertaking line. We havedo a nny 1. full n' Iinuitu.i iuii Jruggiit to a point neaily two bun-.!- ! It. l'i'iiny ping rocks Win. Craiu'. residing in Trimble stock of Cn.es nrtd Caskets o( all kind mid Uohei The whole Hoyle family, consisting of every de.cripnon Our hearse, w hn.li is nearly feet above the base of the cave was county, "Hied from hydrophobia. Some obtained uii .horr notice Mr two sons, weioi Lexington, Shelby Ward cut ntw can becharge of rur business and will J. II. ear misery ()no 8i,ot n show belonging to him about a of mother, daughter and - Green lias even more trying than fat man's sent to tho lunatic asylum from Louis-- ' ami moitally wounded Khodes lhonip- our goods 10 any one needing anything In our wearied yawn was given ut- - month ago, and while trying to extract a Hue sou. 6tf this week. tennTto before the top was reached, tho ball the dog bit him. t ,.,,,,, ""'iw. kiIil BREAKING you can buy Dry Caps, THE NEWS It Clothing. Notions, Boots, Shoes, Bats, ....." v,,r. This ,.,,,.. ,,,. ,i. at almost your oivi price at the i.., ' LOUISVILLE STORE I Terrific Destruction of at the Louisville the-cav- e liberal, as want of room compels us to put in a little can ajford dynamite in the way of Low Prices and clear the way for Goods arriving daily; if you hear anything fall, tumble or plode you can put it down that there is a Values Going on this week Store. d well-selecte- d "" i Department, In the first place we'll start the fun in our Dry here go: Jiii incbuaniQ inaigo mue, Simpson's Mac and, fancy they uest or anas or oc, oest Jiiaoama rtaia cotton, Mancnester ana best Columbia Shirting worth 10c; Ladies' worth Jlits, black and colors. 20c. worth 35c: 20c. worth 8oc; Ladies' Silk Umbrellas $1.50, worth $2.50; Challi 5c a yard, worth 7c, and all other goods sold correspondingly j ,.!....! """ j , . THE LOUISVILLE STORE! Stanford. ,,,. Main SALINGER, Manager. -- -' , JjJLJb d ATmOEwioikGRm 50-od- d Jy - - II. WILSON, ! ' THOMPSON BOYD, G. BITTIVER CO., ; HAHTEE 11 eight-year-ol- 77-l- i l sweet-sixteone- Attention, Coal ISurncrs. 111 v3 Cholera Curs , Car-mg- e J mmwsw ' w GEOGEGHAN, ' weary-journe- -- ......... 1 1 HATO &! world-renown- ed 30-cen- two-third- , all--l 1 1 -- I l.lss.T-'M'- j 2tS5fc!sii 4' T CHIJ.iiM ," r, J,,. T. & CO., I lexington.ky. Ml Jl c! I - K Mwr--, x f Sat J ' m V?tu J M ,HrU a MwattMMMaifcai ., , t.i'. j .'..nw.-- ..r v, ,la ,,,,.. 'I'HIJI !! !jl jT " "' v ' "' aw Wl MB sfmamamQMmmix& -- It i ?rm lAfrrit ol tins Irish was Mr. Cicero T. Sutton, the. silent toil- - tho debris and improve the sanitary eon- w nnder Sullivan, Dealer In June 14, 1830 National Leagito In America, Daniel erof the Messenger, whpm wo had long dition of tho Jlooded district, tho money Stanford. Coughlln, I Sullivan and one Woodruff known journalistically, but not personal to be replaced by the citizens of l'ittB alias Black, were cither principals, acces ly till then. Ho is a capital all nround burg and Philadelphia should the Lcgis W. P. WALTON. Etc., sories or had cuiltv knowledgo of the newspaper man nnd his graphic reports laturo refuse to appropriate tho necessary uuioiiut when it meets. -' iUSTD BDCHNHOS 'plot to murder Dr. Cronin and conceal of tho sessions of tho association, show The "paralyzing effect of two bits," as iu-- body. They wero immediately that Col. Woodson has an assistant who Moulclingu, Brnckots nnd Scroll Work, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Barnes expresses it, was more plnin-fe- d in murderers' row in the jail. The Is an assistant. blue-- j jury further believes that other peisnus ly shown in the rich capital of the Atlanta is enjoying tho first waterNEWS CONDENSED. melons of the season. Oodar nnd Locust Posts. grata than any where else, to its shamo wore engaged in thu plot and that in its II cim if We l t in rr Mq k c e th Kr' bo it said. The Lexington papers say judgment all secret societies whose ob l Good saddle horse for sale. A. W. t t An excursion train near Dublin was A ' thntut Bro. Dimes' service at Chautau- jects are such as the evidenco shows that wrecked and nearly 100 killed. sM H ,,., Mntiictf. Carpenter, Milledgeville C. M. Jones bought of Cy Ware a qua Tabernacle last Sunday afternoon of tho In a quarrel over a jug of whihkyf or United Brothermore people gathered to hear him preach hood, to be, are not in harmony with Dick Green shot and killed Henry Per- lot of young steers at $10 to $11.30. than wero at all tho churches in the city and are injurious to American institu- kins at Nebo. James Meddis, of Anderson, bought combined at tho morning service, but tions. The third of the five eclipses of this of K. A. White n combined limy for year will occur on the 2Sth, but will be fioo. when he arose to lecture Moiuliy night The Xew York Sun finds that tho 13 visible only in Africa and Asia. A Tennessee mare has immortalized "; ''imc to raise money to help him pay the gov' " t uih wu. J ,i ''K ' VS'"' "riitiBiift'" in nit ilk nMjir. Vt. Scroftihi. . .Lltrrm. l'miil ...i. (! Thioti ' Stntes.iiu-ludin., i. Kentucky and . ii Sabln has been granted a herself by giving birth to triplet mules, ernment for the homesteads ho has tak- Southern K f " ' Iron tome Ii . nrt Dr.PPU th? "T1 tiU"t , aggregating Ivorce from it 2l Hie Mvod. recalutetint livr nd en up on Sanibel Island, a beggarly ar- Missouri, have funded debts his wife, who is now con- all alive. ti tin mul imwiri. new ". mill licrtmh. "'V'r.'.V"1.I'ricr Jl K.,nU S,Jj,S."S,04:?, besides an unfunded debt ir C. T. Nindidge sold to Kd Powell, of ray of empty benches and oO persons fined in an asvlum for inebriates. iJi'i.kli.-.'?" ,s.R.y' JiiiruTiiu 1111 l Ik .'" "'i" "' ,. tb. it ? $' Of theso j - ...!.. nbiPiltantMli lik. uht and reliable. I'rKe i$ .. . J r greeted him. This too in n town where amounting to $20,000,000 more. .w An old farmer was swindled out of Peoria, III., a pair of combined geldingsJ per buttle " alone Imsasinking fund lor tlKKl. ..IIIir.S MAONHIC IMI.I.S -for allK.I.iv.r CmpUimi, Im,lic4 I uac c, he had labored months to show the sin- - fctates Kentucky $2,000 in Louisville by sharpers, all be' Aeumnuhaiii 1'tue n tut- pit Kentucky raises 00,000,000 pounds M.imif.'utiiri! loving Savior he had found and in her case it nearly covers tho small cause ho didn't road the papers. to the irn.ie ly ti.r ner what a nl r -t of tobacco every year, half of the ciop of of $074,00J. and how easy it is to come unto Him and in lebtment G. W. Creole, a miner, fell from a WH.I.iA31SmJKG DRUG CO., WilliniiiHbiirff. Ky. ts of the debt of Texas and about tho trestle at Carbon Hill, Ala., aim was the United States. live.' As a friend and supporter of the whole of Mississippi's are duo to tho It. S. Sharp, of Woodford, bought in SO feet below, good evangelist, wo arc surprised and crushed on the rocks school fund of those States, so that tho this section a largo bunch of young mortified that these things should he in .fames Carlisle, of Richmond, was net dent is liisiguilicaut in eacli case. mules at $!K) to $100. rich and aristocratic Lexington. But given too much chloroform for a (surgicThe Philadelphia niaiket is coin ar The remaining 2." States, comprising all al operation nnd died from its effects. those who fail to hear tho lectures those of the North, Northwest and tho pletely glutted with strawberries. They the leers and are to bo pitied more than The Kentucky Midland has put on T Pacific Slope, owe less than 54,000,000, go bugging at & its. a quart. censured. Common courtesy, however, trains between Frankfort and Georgefunded and unfunded, if the amounts in Wanted at once, a lot of rattle on town, which make the run jntwo hours. to say nothing of obligation, ought to in gnu-Good water the several sinking funds are subtracted 70 acres f Tho bodies of a man and woman, duce everyone, who hears him preach DRUGS, BOOKS, "STATIONERY, from the nominal aggregate. :it. and shade. Stephen Burch. for nothing, to listen to Ins lecture when supposed to be victims of tho Johnstown Doty, of l.ancastor, have Vnlkcr the charge is but the insignificant sum FANCY ARTICLES, &0 A CiiK'u.o man has just been grunted catastrophe, wero found floating in the bought in the last few days several hoi ss of 25 cents. a divorce because his wife took to pet Ohio at Cincinnati. for their stable at $Kk'i to $ l."0. PhfttCMnt piticnplioi.t accurate'? ctmpcpn.i-J- . Tho President has appointed Thom" m and her family Col. W. E. Simms, of Bourbon counThe American Execution, Co., of Chi-- 1 l0? w ho rendered the de as J. Morgan, of Rhode Island, to be ty, sold loO.OOO pounds of his last year's cago, with a enpitMl of 3100,000, has been d.uf1L's' lho J"'1 cision was a man of auagositv, for of all Commissioner of Indian Affairs, viceJno crop of tobacco to Stephen fc Siple, Hip- organized, the purposes of which are to resigned. man of sensi- -' II. Oberly, THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES. ley, O., at S to 10 cents. criminals in a humane and ics. tho disgusting sights to a execute At Meriden, N. lL.Lucien Freeman, of woman kissing and Tho late frosts have done much damthesical manner for a handsome consid- bilities, the one a CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. fondling a nasty little poodle takes the supposed to be harmlessly insane, killed age in the Notth. In Western eration. This country lias long needed Ever br- jght to t - matin I'n e lowef ilan Beware young women, or you his mother and o visiting neighbor with the injury to fruit and vegetables a public executioner, who knows how to cake. the lou. Wnuliet, Clotk. and Jewtlr) He. ni nx while thuv slent. i3 thl greatest for 5D yeim paired on tWtoucc and warranted. dispatch criminals with neatness and may have to choose between a dog and a -- The doctors' who assisted in cutting IorSalo, privately, mv farm of lfU certaintv. The average sheriff who is husband. n n t), 1m.lv of MJnil.ItPfidtT lilnhon be called on to perform tho work usually Ai.lkx Thimima x is not ns popular in fore it was "cold have been indicted bv a!"1'". ihl ,lort1' of MKnncy Station b Address or call on A. C. Dunn, at M- ihas had no experience and he goes at Ohio as his honored father whose New York grand jury. B. Vaiinrsdule, at Stanfoid. with main strength and awk- - manship he inherits in but small degree, A Georgia State Senator named Kinney or S. M. Owcnsdi'livored to D.N. I'rew- wardness, often succeeding in torturing ne j3 n candidato for the democratic Field was shot and instantly killed by Dealer In lambs, weighing 7)j the victim and making n botch of the nomination for governor, but as his stepson, whom he tried itt his bunch of his generally. Tho Execution Co. potitor, James Campbell, carried his own to punish with a whip. pounds at 0J cents. K. M. Ware aleo ! 70, uiighing Sj want. ought to fill a long-fel-t county over him, Allen's prospects are An Ohio man, whoso body was delivered to same party : ns old Billy Allen used to express it, "a pierced with four bullets, managed to get jiounds, at same price. . . . u uw, STANFORD, KY. CUUrm...K ,Mlre. Kph Ewell's tine gray horse he h.nl barren Men,tVi hold of his pistol and shot his antagonist atk., ouereu a prize lor uiu iiuui wiiu been riding to school here fell dead, aftt-dead just befoio expiring. ' could show the largest family. Mr. Tiikiik is no reconstruction about Gen. .. I.arirCKt, CIlC.lDCSt iiiitl A heathen I hinee at P.iris became being ridden a fw miles Tuesday winGreen from Pike county took it with his Tubal Early. He is of the same opinion ing. Itisnot known what caused his .l Ho-,.,..- Pxi-i.- tso dipondent when another Chinee set Wnll first wife and IS children. During the he was J.O years ago and said in n speech up an opposition laundry that he took death. He valued him at i'M. 44 years of their married life, tho union the other day: "If ever I lepudiate, disWindow B. CJ. Pennington has purchased of was blessed (?) with 23 children, all but own or anoloirize for the cause for which Bough on Bats and went hence. Wesley Clark and Harrison Black- Mrs. Broaddtis PJ0 lurrels of com in the Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture, and Undertakers' Stock is five of whom are living. If Mr, Green fomj'nt, and Jacltson died, may the UK) barrels of othfull and complete. We call special attention to our burn, iKith colored, were hanged at Ab- crib at S1.75 and tbout has obeyed all the other commands of lj,l,tnfng of heaven blast me and the er parties in the neighborhood at the erdeen, Miss., Tuesday, for the murder e the Bible as closely as ho has the one to .q,.,, 0 a K(m women and true men same price. He also bought 15 J barrels of Maj. Pat Hamilton last Deceml er. increase and multiply, tho plaudit "Well bo my portion." Policeman Ed .McCoy, of Aberdeen, in liar rard at $1.50. The best Casket of the kind over invented. done, thou good and faithful servant, enKnott out With both Spokano-nuMiss., was shot and instantly killed by The Pulaski Enterprise, edited by ter into the joy that awaits thee!" will of th" way the majority of turfmen think Embalming under the most approved method when desired. Captain S. M. Doono and C. E. Colyer Alphonsoi Webb, whom he was trying to greet him. Fresno has the bust chance of winning ' being intoxicated. has been sold to the Hornet and will tnke home, Webb J. C. McOlary, Salesmen and Erabalraer. James Barker, Esq., late of the Wis the Chicago Derby on the Ul'd. He is Judge Durham acknowledges in an in- he merged into it. The Boone Bros, are bv Fnlsetto ami inherits many of the terview with the Louisville Times that the editors and proprietors aud they get consin Central, has accepted the position (,t ,,IS 'rt'nt B,tv' he would be proud to wind up his pub- - up a breezy and spicy sheet, anil lav of general passenger agent of the.Monon, trnit8 Kentucky, completely in the shade theircompetitors vice Mr. E. O. McCormick resigned. 'J. " A. Evans contributes an arti lie career as chief executivoof Calvin S. Brico. who managed tlie.clco u, Httlebug, which is noivui,tur i hut he is not prepared yet to announce when typographic appearance is conlast presidential campaign, has been ing the wheat growers. The farmers his candidacy. He u ill fully advise with sidered. elected Chairman of the National Demo- agree with the major that the insect hue tho friends, who are so anxious for him The republican committee declined to cratic Committee, vice Barniim, de so far proved harmless. Fly and ruM lie can eecure the nominato run and if ?cV a iv doing much damage, however, in lotion without scramble or trickery, ho make a nomination for State tieasurer ceaed. 6S fa LexThe five shares of Madison National calities, but the general outlook for will make the race to win. The judge nnd called a convention to meet at glorious fourth of July. Bank stock advertised for Mile by Col. O. wheat in this county is fair. lias served the State and Nation well and ington on the fTWvTNlfnothMark WakeE. W. Lee purcha-e- d II. Chenault, agent, were sold privately deserves n parting tribute to his worth. There seems to be much ado about ing in this matter. to Mayor J. S. Collins for $202 per share. field's half interest in the livery This section, at least, will be practically now occupied by Wakefield mr vrwi 'ju zrrk i r r J 'T'.A.rwk i Climax. solid for him. A Lee. Our farmers are indeed h.iviiit! Echoes From the Press Association. The impioh Louisville Times rises a hard time with their wheat crops Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Sommers, of In tho first place tho Hessian to remark: This pious administration The Pennsylvania Railroad's resourwere too worn out to be taken appears to bo upon making fly took hold; next the wheat louse and ces arc unlimited and its management is tho Engnow in thoe equal to any occasion. Although 10 in by the cave, so went home Saturday postmasters and the army keep the Sab- lish sparrows fields near town hundreds, are in it by the miles of its road along the Conemaugh night. Mrs. Sommers is a sister of Mrs. bath holy. though what damage they are doing we it cannot say. All the wheat in the counriver and hundreds of bridges and other J. S. Grimes and like her is a very The report that the and pleasant lady. Ohio canal had.been entirelv destioyed try is full of rust and smut. It looks property were swept away by the flood, French Tipton, of Richmond, was by the flood turns out to be an exagger- very much like the crop will be a dismal the line entailing a loss of failure this vear. Danville Advocate. was in running order in little over a there with his honnie bride, both look ation. It lias been already repaired with Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture week and passengers wero being carried ing extremely happy. The only thing less than $:!00,000. DEATH'S DOINGS. The Somerset Graded School bonds The Pennsylvania is the that seemed to disturb his mind was adon time. and Undertaker's Gcods. My pricss will be as low as such goods Dr. J. L. Comelison, a prominent wealthiest corporation of the kind in the vertising rates, updn which question he were sold to a Cleveland, O., party for can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conRichmond phvsician, is dead $i:i,12.", or $025 above their par value. country. Its annual earning are ifoO,- - averred ho could get no two opinions. vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. Henry Pickrell, editor of the Fit , Mr. G. S. Rosser, of the Maysvillo Bul- They run 20 years and pay a (0,000. ingshnrg Gazette, tiled at his home Sunletin, although neatly interest of 0 per cent. morning of consumption. t m.l . th, .horte.t, houri qukke.J Anotiiek republican has gone wrong was tho youngest man in the lot. He Young Leutli has confessed that he day better. Miss Annie, daughter of the late Pitt C. B.uim, secretary of tho Repub- was always up to borne prank and onoue murdered, after attempting to outrage,; Morris Xow Or- lican Committee r.t San Francisco, revel occasion nearly succeeded in getting a little Maggie Thompson, whose body was Napier, died Monday night of consumpIcaiiN. led in the charms of women, wine and number of ladies tipsy by "spiking" the found in a Cleveland cellar horribly mu- tion, aged 10 years. She was a and greatly loved by nil who fugitive from home lemonade lie prepared for them. cards, and is now a I rami Kun Through tilated, besides having the head cut oil", Wuhou t Change Livingston preat h- - j and friends, with forgeries nnd debts to Messrs. A. Y. Ford and C. C. Givens, Capt. John Ludwick, n prominent knew her. Eld. J. G. Illicit-m- i tho amount of S'J,000 against him. They of tho Owensboro Inquirer, are taking nnd prosperous farmer of Mercer county, ed the funeral discourse and yesterday c...i. v.. ... ,.?." r'" or.iivitt all do it when they get a chance and things easy in regard to Hewitt's libel died of apoplexy. He leaves a family of afternoon the mortal remains were bur-- i then roll up their eyes in holy horror be- suit. Uncle Ben Harrison, our beloved ten grown daughters, eight qt whom are tl in RulJido Springs Cem "tery "j.unviiie, vu U fc (f cause Dick Tate broke tho good record treasurer, has been ordered to pay the married. His wife died seven months Trim X' 3. Mann lloiiilolr llnffet Sli.rlm. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Cart ClnLimi of his party by going astray. judgment, no matter what it is, and all since. All the railroads will give reduced St. Loul, I. S. McElroy secured 2 .200 in ' the legal bar have volunteered in their to New Orln. J , M.:,.V,A- SIP collectors realize with behalf. The would-brates to tho Kentucky Music Teachers' Midway for the endowment fund of never comes." great force thaf'to-morrowhich meets in Louisville tral University. ConJen.ed Schedule C. M. Grubbs, of Winchester, was tnlfec. Much 31, 1880. It lias been steadily telegraphed from there taking notes of how tiio thing is June2G-2and there will be no charge Tho Winchester Democrat says thati ItlCADDOWJST Washington for a month that the ap- done and seeing what will be expected to any of the six magnificent concerts on Mr. Halo's meeting had 10 additions to! I tJC AX) UJ?. PKAlNa stuTil TTATNsTJiTiPiMi pointments would bo mado Tuesday. It isexpecled to close of his town next year. Winchester isn't the progoamme. No 7. No i. No. . o. 3 and still it is the same old story. If a more than a fourth ns large as OwensSTATIONS. succeeds W.T. Hun W. II. McCluro Daily Daily Dally, i The lost General Presbyterian AsIim I. in "in. bone is not thrown out soon all tho re- boro, but she is a very ambitious young phrey as postmaster at Humphrey; Mrs. sembly was rather a costly afhiir. There "Sun. Dally, fa. Lfa.1 n,.ir. )l 7 J5 a 111,1. ve. . . li. , UJ(i III d .LiiKiniian .... A rv - - r i starve to death ster and promises to be equal to the oc- U. ii. uarron lanes .i. u. riM... publicans who do not !. 4' pm mJ5m 3 30 p m iiioiims pmco were ooj delegates, wlioso average e.- - 9 Si"" 5 47 V " J" " Vilhamttown ..I.'ve a 8 30 a m 'i m m Ucortrctown lo 59 a m 7 oj pin 1099 pm will be found voting the democratic tick- casion. 4 10 a in at Philadelphia and W. L. Pearco ousts peiises were $80. . Lexington .. 74 am 5p II jop in 7 33 I'fi,io jj pm IP 35 a in j 48 a m 415pm 7ooa m '"38pm et in August. Yosemite. All these of-- r iop m Mr. II. W. Wheeler and his charming F. M. Taylor at Lie. I.oti S. R. K...,Arr. Communion services wijl bo held at I.vo, Arr .....llurgln fices are in Casey. tho Presbyterian church Sunday inom- - 11 Rurgiti The first day's work of the lady who little wife, of Owensboro, accompanied pin 8 45 pinjiioaa m'u Arr 55m 3 50 a James I). Black, Grand Master of ing nnd tho preparatory sermon will he U 3 pm 059pm a u n in i;am Le the editors to tho cave and added their jo .uanvillc ajSam 3opm JJnam 10 50 p ra was elected mayor of a Kans-i- town em115pm 9 10 pm la 30 a m 11 43 an ... Junction Citv.... ,03pm aaoom a 53 a in has issued u circu-- ' preached full quota to tho enjoymenteof tho trip. Masons in Kentucky, ckj p p ni ......... ....omcriei. ...... a 05 a in 3 co braced tho fining of a man for drunkenoja mi J5pm 3oa m oaopm Oakdale 6 jo p m in 413am addressed to all tho Masonic Rev. R. II. Caldwell, who hos failed Mrs. Wheeler is a native of Hartford, lar letter 030 a rn o.l5Pmn,j,n 8 35 a m 6 40 p mlAr'v...Chattanoosn,.I,'ve 0 jo pm pm ness, making two gingham aprons, set4 33 am 7 53am. lodges of the State, recommending that to fill his pulpit for the last two months 1000 910am ;oopra, I. ve Cliattinoof;a....Ar v 45am . 7 3S m returning five calls, be- Conn., nnd if she is a fair specimen of ting a hen and .. .Attaila, ... lojpm 9 49pmir-v"Mi rn 4 47am the product of the Xutineg State, Ken- collections bo taken up at once for tho at Walnut Flat, will preach next Sun- 3 43pm 11 45 pin L.'ve.. ilirmincharn, sides attending to other household dujoopm 3Jpm 0 08 m I 30.1 m of the Johnstown sufferers. lutcnloosa (iny morning at 11 o'clock. tucky will have to look to her laurels for benefit 10am Meridian ties. "Who will say after this that wo" II Jspni 4 45ra.Ar v I.'ve The SUite Teachers' Annual Associa- Ono thousand colored persons had New Orlean.,..Ive 4 15 am IOOoPm pretty womon. 030 a mill con m'r 3 3S P m ..., men are not equal to every occasion and ..Meridian A.' 5 10 n mil. 9 4 Pm To show the editors how quickly the tion will bo held nt Winchester Juno 20, their sins washed away in James River, 1. ve 9 iu u acKon,.,.,Ar v 6 op in ..... emergency? 11 35 a in 1. vc.. vicKiourg, fire company could respond to an alarm, 27, 23, 18S9. All railroads in tho State at Richmond, Vn., lust Sunday. One 00 p m . 4 35 pm 1. ve Monroe .. I'ooja m .. g.lopin Ar'v....Shreveport . Gen. Dnuit, who has just retired on one was turned on nt the theatre and be- will give reduced fare to tho association; preacher broke tho record by dipping 000a ml 1.:.; account of age from the army, was the fore tho crowd could get out the laddies but those attending must procure certift 438 in two hours. Train No ;, Pullman Iloudolr lluffet Sleeplnc Can Cincinnati to JaeUonv.n. cates from agents from whom tickets aro Ma., a K. T.,V. Tho Israelites of Cincinnati have G. Free Parlor Cars Cincinnati to LexinKton. . first man who ever attained tho rank of wero on hand throwing a stream of wa- imrchased. & THortli'liounu. irain no, a, .Mann uouuoir iiuuct aieepinir V. general, who went into the army ns a ter 200 feet high and fighting an imaginj TV Kommler's execution bv elec-- ! just dedicated a $50,000 homo there for Shreveport to Chattanooga and Jaclnonvllle, Fla., to Cincinnati, CanE "v . je'?"'.10 Cincinnati Win. via u, New Orleam m Louit via. private. Such n thing is possible in no ary fire with a vengeance. They had tricity has been postponed witliout date t'ie aged and infirm of their people free ct.Train No 6,M. A; O. Iloudolr lluffet Sleepinc Car New Mann Orlan to Clncin country and would not bo in this come several squares with their engine on an appeal by his lawyer, who will 0f debt. The Jews may not bo God's Lexington to Cincinnati. other "" anu free Parlor authority of State of New , train rto. 0, luiiiiian nouuuir nu uiif jiii'iiinn .ar inatuncofa I0 lncinat . t if the West Pointers and other cadets and hoso wagon and it was stated that test the put Kenimler the death by the , V. it A. and E. T.. V, .MO. and nonville to Cincinnati, via to York to "jack- FRANK WflOl.l.pv n they know nothing of the' plan to test electric method. Ho will also apply for a3"" ono of t,,e,n 'oiaakcn or his seed JOHN C.CAULT, General Manager. bad the monopoly of the I). G. EDWAKDS. n. Kv legging bread. Cincinnati .Ohio, powers. their efficiency. a writ of habeas corpus. inu'i'ii.. a... ! oov, Reaver, of rennsylvania. Among tho numerous nowspnper men Tl,K Jurv in thocoroncr'e-lnqiicstoftlihrrrmnn Innnuni htftLuNlhKlUKdUUKNrlL1 murder of"Dr. Cronln nt Chicago, cro- - Kgainst whoso old bones wo wero Imp- - poses to borrow $1,000,000 from tho nted a sensation by charting that Alex py to rub our old bones" nt Owensboro blute Treasury, with which to remove I A. C SINK J N MENKFEK Ky., SINE & MLNEFEE SaSH, BOOHS Iallis, Shingles, BOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, g plac-Br- o. tD FATESTT WIEE A1TO SLAT FE2TCE, fir-.-l i C Clan-na-Gne- l, The Great Remedies! : it-ii- ....?'. ttrtli-ll- l .' - ?.: h- '' - 1. I .- J . ct". , I Three-qunr- .. . 6. I)tl.. "s , A- - ire. iPimirwxv & DBUGG-IS- tirst-clas- s s. C.i ""' I New-Yor- - hi- I ! ! staVi-thejo- B9 JK . WEAKEN 9 Goods j corn-busine- ss -S Furniture and Undertakers' riti..'. ; dn r The A.r.,.,! .., r and Shades j io htdbstiitjctib-l- bum ax casket, ) d I SEW FUBMTURE ST0REI MACK HfFFMnV, PBDPo H fT st.tbl-buildin- im ( 3 d tin-seas- Eliza-bethtow- n, hand-sotn- u e in-- 1 -' semi-annu- IHHKMHBIIHMUW ' Cincinnati and tS I lovily-christia- j . -- i , -- R.-v. - e n, j S, II to-da- T I 1 7 iJU IU -- V . . I 1 1 1 s t, 1 111, 1 1 ' . 111 . 4 I -- law-maki- , .'. 1 1 -- Geniafi,.,.ABf-.L.e'ngto-- -. .,. - f t ti V, J- '- -- TJr "V' ;?' 'fi' V "T jrv-'- ' r",: Py-s' - f- - w r ',v O Semi-Week- AxoTimn heitvy rain yesterday and sent at a deletrato from this pbtco. Rich- Interior Journal! ntSino Mem.'ieu'H. every day for two weeks, and the thing ard Duulap, of Kansas City, is visiting ids brother, Dr. Fayette Dunlnp. "V. F. is getting serious. FtYTiio, biiutliB, crenm frcexcrp, wnter- : ,' Crist and wife are at Mr. Randan's, Ivy., Junk 14 1SS0 ,rv1,..u ... l If U'liltlin'u binders and a number o lt0llclu.r Stanford, .. Mr. C. has been in the brand new bugg.es for sale cheap. Call hok,, bllfilmfcg ftt JlarbourvI0 for gomo Cam. ntour ktoro nnd put bindur twine ear y and take lrst cho co of thebtiggies. has recently severed his btibl- time, . . .. and nindiine oil. Mi'trnlf A Foster. ejus. 'c'' ' j ness connections at that place. Row 15. Wi: will beiu No Aiims. Mrs. Joe Fubatiks, who R. VanNuys and wife are here for a few to sell out our MEANS BUSINESS. 'entire stock of millinery at cost. Call was a witness in court tlds week, brought days. They nru on their wav. to Xew Watcjik and jowelrv rennlrod nnd ' nml ot bargains. Courts & Cox. old boy with her, who is Jersey, their old home. They hnviibeen her five-yeworking Master in warranted. A. It. Penny. remarkable from the fact that ho was tains forlor tho years. Mrs. tho mounsome VanNuv's Tub prohibitionists .will meet in con- born without arms nnd uses his feet in I.andhktii'n Garden , Seeds fri'Mi and health is much impaired and is being uput A. It. vention here at 'J (clock uennine, in bulk or place of hands. Ho seems to be a bright treated by Dr. Johnson before starting IVnnyV. on the call of Chairman John 0. Xeal. little fellow and is perfect in form other- on tho trip; Miss Kva White, of MassaTjik place to buy drills, patent chusetts, is visiting lier cousin, MissSab artieleH iu at A. It, medicines and toilet Tub tax books for tiM aio now ready. wise. lie Malum, on Walnut street; Miss HigPenny'H. will please come forward and Tnk proprietor of Rock Castle Springs gins, of Crab Orchard, is the guest of Miss Jlrv your school book, ink, tablets, Kverybody T. '!). Xowland, suggests that the location is iu Pulaski, JciHiie (ioggui; Hiss Hnttie Shumate is napor, pencils and school supplies of all pay his taxes nt one-!- . visiting many relatives and friends in kinds from A. It. lNniiiy. Sheriir. outside of Judge Boyd's domain, nnd Garrard; the Misses Hudson, of Louisanil four will meet us at ville, are visiting Misses Jennie and LizSomis ten or more couples of young that a coach PERSONAL POINTS. wo suggest. All right, zie Salter, on lAXington street. ! people stormed Miss Jennie Poland Wed- Somerset any time Mil Wii.r.Y I'i'Iiankb is very sick. we are going to Rock Castle if we have nesday evoning and had n very delight-- ! MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. is vlhiting in Dan Mikh Fti.A have to do so in disguise or call c Govful time. Wurman Bros, will shortly locate a Vllh'. ernor Bite kner for troops for protection, saw mill at Level Green. Ho.v. John S. ()wi.i:v went to LouisPhut J a us, Tin Cans, Porcelain KetMarried, nt Livingston, Thursday, ville Tuesday. The Superior Court lias atlirmcd the Will Moberly to Miss L'iim Murray. tles. Jelly Glasses and everything neces-sarMu. nd Mns. K. (.!. W'.w.uin have reLincoln Circuit Court, A huge rattlesnake witli Hi rattles for canning on hand at A. A. War decision of the moved to Corhin. giving Mrs. Judge Higgins j.'AW damages was killed on Brush Creek a few days ren's "Model Grocery." is roniliicxl to his A. T NrxM:i.i,i:v against the town of Crab Orchard for since. John Williams did the wire work nt room by sickness. completed permitting a mob to burn a house beMu. I. M. Bum: has nearly J, Xkwt Ciiaiu, Jii., nrrlved yestrday another neat little cottage in the lower longing to her. The ease has been to the depot heie while the agent wasoff at Oweiishoro. in time for the Hop. The Mammoth Cave guide book has end of town. At the rate he is going he the courts of appeal three times. The Mi" Maid Sloan, of Somerset, is the will soon own as many houses as Dr. Cincinnati Southern vs Gover was also a fine description of the big saltj ctre cave in tnis county. Peyton. gu't of Mi Annie Hale. allirmed. Sinks is fast regaining its reputation Miss Emma Maiian, of Danville, is X I'M Knot's pretty uirls have been arleading prohibitionists met in as a place of peace and quietude in a Tin: Msitlng Miss Annie Straub. riving all the week to graco the Merry caucus here 'Wednesday afternoon and hornM. several of them, L. J. Finnegan, W. Martin and A. S. Mvkiim nnd C. A. Cox Moih. Bicholors' Hop lut night with their decided, we learn, to nominate Kid. J. (2. 0. P. Bond have been appointed trusare fishing in Knox county. presence. Kverytliiug pointed to agrand Montgomery for the legislature, notwith- tees of tho town of Livingston. Miss M.uk.ii: Svinuiiiiom, of Hubble, .Mrs. G. D. Cook and Til ford Durnnd glorious time when we went to standing preachers are ineligible under is visiting MIks Mary llright. ham have each made implication for the n.vbs. our constitution for such oilice. They Livingston poslollice, with the chances Miss Miiy Diddkiiak is visiting say they are unalterably opposed to any in favor of the former. TtiBiiK will be a union Sunday-schoo- l Dillion at Crub Orchard. William Sloan started home from picnic on the Crab Orchard pike at W. man who advocates a resubmission of Mimi Jkvn Ik'ciiANAN, of Crab the prohibition law to the voters and in- town Monday with 00 pounds of bacon; is the guet of Mis. A. A. MeKin-iey- . II. Miller's place June '.".'. There will when lie reached home his meat was tend to expreas their opinion at the polls gone. Ho says be wasn't drunk. In spunking, vocal and instrumental muespecially against James X. Whitehead, aged 4S, died Mns. Poca Cut'KTM left yestenlny to sic, and all are invited to come with against all such and home in this county spend sometime at her home iu Cireeus-bur- baskets well tilled, ss a pleasant, nice the man whom they claim has overrid- at his father's of Bright's disease MonMrs. den the law iu granting license to drug day morning aged time is anticipated John Lurty, &, died Inst Wednesstores, and if peradventure they elect day of consumption, nfter a long illness. .Mu. RuiiAiio Tai.hott, of Paiir, has A S'-iai- . Tims will pas here to- their man lie will bo instructed to have visiting his relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday-scho- ol An morrow in charge of Col. John II. Milli-ke- a law passed especially to prevent license convention will be held at Gum Ii. H. McKlnney. Saturday, June. 15. loaded with members of tho Louis-vill- o of any kind, including dru stores, to he Sulphur Miis. S. C. TiiruintAirr, of Miliersbiirg, PaMjngur and Ticket Agents' Asso issued to nnylsxly for any purpose. If All of the sehoolsof the county are inarrived yeterday to ftpend a few weeks vited. Arrangements have been made elation for Pinoville an. I Cumberland these good gentlemen had the county in to have the south-bounwith her brother. express stop Gap. The L, A X.. ith its usual liber- a sling aud could do as they propose it tliere tnat nignt to plcK up passengers. Mu. Hr.uvKV Hni.M attended the Some of the boys made a mid on Viwould all be very well, but we believe if exercises of his Alma Mater, ality, 'Vets 'em up." na Doon's house at Gillsburg, near Pine ' would give Mr. Warren's proposithey Central University. Hill one night last week and entered by Tun Rush Branch Turnpike had Mr. tion a calm consideration they would be the housetop, nfter tearing olfthe roof. A Mihs Kjima Fiblii", tenelior of vocal Owsley up for forcing his way Stove music at Daughters College, is the guest through a toll gate, but upon the trial of forced to admit that it would be best for number of tliem while climbing over fell tliein to accept it nnd give him their into the house, scaring the inmates, who of Mrs. S. S. Myers. lied into the woods. A sweet mess of the ease here this week it was found I). V. Rat-o-n. hearty support. He is against the re- then) all around. president of the Pnor. that be was ns much a director of the peal of the law and only desires to make is "pending a Miliersbiirg male Miss May Adams has returned from ro.ul as any of the claimants, and nad a it conform with the general local option an extended "visit to Louisville and few days with Mr. i S. Myers. right to pass free. The business of the Mrs. W. II. Spindlin, of Biract. The prohibitionist who is so afraid Ki.n. Joi. RAi.i.or went to Soiiierset mingham, Ala., accompHuiid by Mits pike seems to be in a decidedly mixed of n second vote, shows that he is doubt Maggie Spradlin, n lovely young lady of Tueiday to attend Mis Kllon's concert, up condition. ful of their ability to adopt it again and Gallatin, Tenn., are visiting in this counwliuh Hom-i- I the school year. ii Mil. W. X. Potts has been attending Hei i to Coi'itT. William Plummer, a would continue to attempt to enforce an ty. Dr. W. A. Brown, of Parksville, was week. It. the Miller's Convention at Lexington white youth, was tried here Tuesday unpopular lnw. We do not say. under- here during thetelegraphingL. Xewcoiub, for come years in Texas, i nd the Methodist Conference. for stealing a cheek from Xicholns Beck- stand, that it is not popular, but that at homo on a visit. J. II. Albright, of Miss Pattie Tkhuim:, of Junction City, er amounting to $Ml and held ovor till would seem to be the idea of all who are Brodhead, witli his little son; was in was the guest of her cousin, W. A. Trib circuit court in a ?HK) IkukI which ho fearful of a resubmisssion. Mr. I). W. town Wednesday. Mrs. L. B. Adams, ble, and attended the hop lat nibt. failed to give. Plummer claims that he Vandeveer's platform ought to be adopt- who lias been quite sick for several days, is, we are glad to say, much better. Minac Iiiks'i: Dilmon ami MngKie found the check, but the proof showed ed by all prohibitionists. He said in his Ruchnnau, of Crab Orchard, arrived that he had slipped the check out of speech court tlay: "I voted for tho proNEW ADVERTISEMENT!. nnd nttcuded the hop last night. Beckei's pocket or cash drawer. hibition law and I will do it again, but I M. Khk.iit and Miss am a democrat first, last and nil the time Mr. ani Mks. The Livingston Coal MiningCo.. man- and am not afraid of letting the people Mary McKinney are visiting iu Richaged by Mr. Wm. Sharpe, is forging mond during the commencement oxer-- i vote as many times as they want on the ahead witli 50 hands and n good plant. prohibition or any other law. The dem- My New House on Main ises, Mifs Salmi: Klkin passed throiich to Mr. Sharpe was here Wednexlay and ocratic party believes in local self gov- Stanford, Ky For Mr V. ttrmi apply to ..!!.. v.. H. -her houi" iu Garranl Wednesday, on her told us that the companv is preparing to ernment and I'm against taking that til in iiic a '..iiiii. rty Illgiu, ciamwiu, VI. LOTTIE. Tl. HUL.Mta .V V spread itself into a new territory in addi- right from tho people." return from a two months' stay at tion to its present location. The comMisses Moi.uk I'm:, Annie Whiteand pany is composed of ollicers of the DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Mamie Patterson, a trio of Richmond Kentucky Central and they are nionied mns FOR THE IIUI.DINOOF SCHOOL. Katli Woodcock's latest comimlruin HOUSE in DittrUtN'o 19 at Walnut Flat. Th beauties, have been with Miss Kate Hail as well as enterprising men, Is: I met two begiiars nml gave one of plani andft iccificatlon .an be seen at McKnbeiti several days. V Suki; llids to be in urue store in Stanford Some miscreant shot into the house of them 10 cents anil tlie other 15, what by June 15th at ic n m Ihcriclit to reject any Mas. I) n. Mourns Kvtssand MUs Ma or all bids reserved. Addrrts all bids to me at Mr. J. B. Higgins a few nights ago and time was it? Answer. A (juarter to two. Stanfurd, K'. Ill UH SEAKOENT, ry McAieo have own attending tlio Chairman. 35 A few days of sunshine now would Missionary Society in session itt the bullet went into one of the bed Fortunately noltody was sleep- make the wlieat about ready for the rooms. Millershurg. HARRY A. EVANS, do not Ors Sikiikiit's Orchestra, includingthe ing in the room ami no damage save the siekle. 'Some farmers sav they 10 bushels per acre. ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, popular W. G. Carroll, arrived on yes breaking of window glass was done. Mr. expect more than All the churches last Sunday asked of the guilty party STANFORD, KV. terday's train to make music for the Higgins has an idea and will prosecute him to tho full ex- their congrcKiitioiis for n contribution to merry hoppers last night. of tho Johnstown Engineering and Surveying in Dtk J. F. Pevton went to Lebanon tent when he is positive that he is on Ho towards tho relief all branches. which All pivo Junction Wednesday morning and cut the right track. A person mean enough Biillerers. be tarred nml will be forwarded immediately. the hall out of Oapt. lloeker's ankh. to do such a thing should It is more than probable- that DanE. VARNON, feathered and we trust he will be made He reports him in a bad condition. ville will yet the machine shop's of the to pay heavily for his malicious act. of the yonim per-piTo tiik great regret Attorney at Law, m (j.S. railroad, which are located at SomMiss Helen Saulley was called buck Cakson fined Bob Whitley, IM erset at present. The company owns 10 JnxiE Kentucky. Stanford, to Knoxvillo nnd was not' present nt the Brown and Jim Tall each $10 for disoracres of ground near the depot, which is hop, partly given in her honor. derly conduct towards a negro man nam- not doiim them any e.ood and besides Will practice ininall the courts of tln and adjoin. the icons of appoul inc counties and D. Ki.tsslm located at Grecnsburg Office oer SK Roberts & Stags' drug store ed Rignby, whom they "ran" and who ;ood location. Iiul,, and is lotting the people know of charged that they also robbed him of S- -. tliU seems to bo a Capt. l'osey, of the outJineerinK it in jinges of newspaper advertisements Tho latter was, however, not sustained. corps, who have been surveying a pros- r concerts. With his Tho men say that Rigney was acting as a and free open-ai.. -- .I II liat.t fmiii ...... .v, Wehave 0p0llfj!ln ice depot pecuvo ranruiui um.-- ..u. I Jilwttfitl tf methods of doing business he is bound wnlking bar-roowhon they conceived Uarrodsburjr, was in town iuesuay. and willhcepcoiiitantljlonhHiid on'LancMttr .trett a tuli suppiyof to succeed. tho idea of having some fun with him. Thev have recently surveyed a lino I'uro I.ake Icu Mns. EroKNiA Dr.VL.vr Potts, of Xew They told him that young Lackey, who nor At I' .Mr. P, C. S. at this place, In nuantiti's over fiu pounds. Now is the timoto York, was hero Wednesday en route to wears military clothes, was n detective touching tho road will be built 5; 1IAMI.Tos. Lexington, nfter a visit to her old home after him, and the old wan came near is of tho opinion tho; to Lancaster and will either como by nt Lancaster, looking as bright and as running himself to death. His story is Property. "alef VaUls handsome as she did when wo last saw different, or Ed Blown and Jim Tall .,.: 10 years aio. , her would not now be in jail nnd Bob Whiti will ofJVr for sale on closed Mies Lily Morrison's school. Keci-- 1 Miss Li:ttik Hklm, who has been ley minus $10. tations, bonus, etc. composed tho enjoy- 15, 1889, stenographer at the Proctor Mines, Xew mreo nnseraoiospi-clmen- s iiient of the ovenine;. n is useless 10 say A uoot) lesson. comb, Tenn., nrrived Wednesday lookThe following real anil personal property: of humanity travelinginacovered everyone came away much pleased and TWO IIWELMNO HOl'SKS AND STOKE-housing fresh and hearty after her six one dwelling on Main street, opposite the wagon drawn by two mules refused to praises were showered on both teacher months' stay iu the mountains. Wcathcrfnrd Hotel, two tturirs, and contains, pay toll at Mrs. McAfee's gate, because and pupils. Tho pupils demonstrated garden, stables, corn crib 6 rooms with No, (it;.v. W. J. La.vdiivm and cow lot, tVc. ; well instructed. Mrs. on Danville street, now occupied by Wood Dunlnp, passed down to Ixiuis-vill- o they thought she couldn't make them, that thoy bad been The other Thursday, Mrs. Woods, with 4 rooms garden, Ac. Wednesday to nominate n candi- and drove through. But Mrs. McAfee Duke's school closed The storehouse Is situated on Main street, adjoin knows her business as well as the next with an entertainment nt tho Opera liiK tho dwelling on the utt side and contains 4 date for State Treasurer. The latter rooms below with room upstairs. seems to ho willing that the lightning one and being unable to cope witli the House. Also all my Household and Kitchen Furniture, Lumber, Coal, Arc. Kentucky Division of the Amershe went at'ouce to Judge T. L. rascals, Tho should strike him. Thoabow real estate is located in a desirable part o( the town and in good repair Any one wishShelton nnd demanded a wilt for their ican League Wheelman held their annuJ. B. Paxton, Ks(j., delivered an ading to bur privately before day of sale call oil Monday. About dress before the Alumni Association of arrest. This was given and placed in al meeting nt this place T. D. Enidish, Danville, or Mrs. C. H. Bishop, Iliiitonvillt Ky. who suc- SO wero present, Louisville, Covington, Central University on Foreign Immigra- tho hands of Marshal Payne, Terms, cash in hand. Sale at 10 o'clock, sharp. which was highly complimented ceeded in catching tho scamps beyond lUchmond, Nicholasvillo und other plaMRS C. H. 1I1SIIOP tion, forits literary excellence and general ev- Crab Orchard. At first they positively ces being represented. A. J. Lamb, of T, D. English, Auctioneer. idence of close study of the question. refused to come back, but Mr. Payne Louisville, was elected Chief Consul for N. He took strong grounds for a restriction and place Is a Candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of and improvement of the class of foreign- told them if they did not turn around he tho ensuing year. Tho dato tho Lincoln County Democracy. would tako tho team in hand. Seeing of the next meeting is Louisville, Juno ers who shall come to us. that ho meant business they right about '23, 1890. Thoy attracted n great deal of CITY AND VICINITY. faced and drovo slowly nnd sadly back n attention on tho streets Monday. DurMs, Shingles and Shoes For Sale. mile or two, when they begged to bo let ing tho day they had n photograph of Courts it Cox. MiLLiNEiivatcost. They disbanded Ten Thousand ;fIat Rails acd 10,000 Poplar off .with the payment of $0 nnd wero al- tho league taken. Shingles. and milk shako nt R. Zim- - lowed to resume their travel. It was a Tuesday morning and started for their I nave on nana Men's, Women's Misses' and Ici: ct.kam Children's Shoes, m.ilu by Alter, Forwood & Co. mer s. pretty costly lesson, but Mrs. McAfee homes. and Mundellc, which I will sell at the very lowest 1 bought them and they must be to them every time they try J. W. Proctor is intending tho Gen- prices.My have is complete and those wiiu want One of tho now republican clerks sig- will teach it stock sold. A Crab Orchard eral Conference of tho Methodist Church bargains can get them by railing, I mean busi- oil" the to swindle tho Stanford nalized his presence by throwing W.C. Ii AIL KY, Turnersville. turnpike. 'South at Lawreneeburg, having been ess. wrong mail sack hero Wednesday. Wim: screens for doors nml window ly ' IWfor '" j e!c,valton, Mnnager ... i to-da- y Wall Paper, Wall Paoer, Wall Paper, M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. PRICES ALWAYS HEASOITABLE. imc-kac- ltt-M- t . m v 1 and yon can find no where else a better selected stock than at Tli3s is the season for Canned Goods, l m Mis-Lott- ie T. R. WALTON'S. Tv lee Cream Best Patent. Freezers, len n, d Scythes, Snaths and Whet Stones. Beautiful Flower Pots. Full Stock of o. Queensware,Glassware, Hardware, Tinware. Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. T. R. WALTON, J. P. Burton, Clerk. Main and Somerset Streets. yes-terdn- y :for C..-1...- ..I SALE. St., .. WANTED. Slippers, Slippers, Slippers, FOR m Children, Misses and Wo- men, . . - WALLACE 1 e. AT i m I ICE! ICE! ICE! Bruce & lYlcRoberts. fflo 0 4 r--i "iSSLu Mb, ''j Cents Pound, MUFILlEllf9 - M toa MERCHANT TAILOR Is Receiving- His Saturday, June 1 SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! Give him a Trial 1 e, Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, son-in-la- t, The Long ant the Short isnsssiiBSisasasMSSSissssississsssststsssisssssBssssssss of It. J J. 31ENEFEE If you buy aMcGORMACK REAPER or MOWER you are certain to get one of the best Machines made. If you buy a McOormack Machine you can depend on getting1 repairs when wanted, without delay or vexation, which is one of tho most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or Mower; no mistake about it. The McOormack Machine Go. have always been in the lead of their competitors in the manufacture of Twine Binders, and with their Improved No. 4 and Big Four Mowers they have a line of Machines second to none. ft A your selection for tho coming harvest. GEO. D. WEAKEN, A;;t. By all moans, soe those Machines before you make i O : '. N xR 1 I r Aiioffi!5SHHHNIHsnsosssVBss ItsWwJSl J Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Nectarnphorn Granarla, Klrby. (To the Editor of the Interior Journal ) LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Z.TCIC 1 KTJ1,JPM..V:S , Knti'cicv, Published Evory Tuosday and Friday 83 PER YICA.Tt.IST WWhen not to paid $2.6Q K.C. will bo charged.-- AD LOCAL TIME CARD. a This net er vanes. A man el purity. Our correspondent writes a long artrencth and wholesotneniss. More oconomlca! pest. than the ordinary kinds ard can not be told In ticle holding us responsible for what apAll of tho members of the family aro competition with the multitude ot low teit, short weight, alum or phosphate p .wlcrt. .Sold only in provided with sucking beaks, und get peared in a supplement issued by this ofcans. "ROYAL HAKINO POWDER CO., their food by sucking tho juices of tho fice just before the vote on prohibition IS 106 Wall street. New ork. plants on which they live. This being two years ngo, when we expressly stated without foundation. Tho insect is NecUraphor granaria, L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Kirby, an aphis, or honey insect (so called because they deposit tho honey-deMail train going North .....ti 31pm ' South found on various plants,) and is al.......131pm Express train " South J7pm ...ii117 a m ways found in greater or less numbers on Worth 6 30 a m wheat and oats, as well as on several Local Freight North ' South. J35pm species of grasses. The brood now on The latter trains also carry passengers. The above it calculated on standard time. Solar tho wheat tiro quite green, the black an time 11 about o minutei fatter tennae about as long as the body, on distinct frontal tubercles, seventh seg incut longer than the third; head and thorax darker than the pale green abdomen; honey tubes black, about .05 mm. long; stylo about half as long as the honey tubes; no wing form present. It is closely related to the aphides (Necta raphora rosae and X. pallida) found constantly on the rose, and to those on the strawberry (X. fragaria immaculata and X. minor). The family to which it be lonjfi is a very large one, ami members of it are constantly to be found on the apple, raspberry, cherry, lettuce, blackberry, clover, gooseberry, cabbage, plum, corn, melons, cotton, pea and currant. On none of these plants is it esteemed injurious. In fact, I know of but one member of tho family which is to be Absolutely Pure dreaded, the phylloxera, or grape-vipowder , Train leaves Rowland at ;oon, ra., returning t 4:50 p.m. tho Stanford Supt. W. IS. Potts, Holler Mills, 1ms called my attention to a small 1,'reen Insect, found In ronslderablo numbers In wheat heads in some of tho fields near this town. Since then I learn from tho newspapers that tho farmers in Bomo parts of the State are fearful that it will materially damage their wheat, but after having studiod tho insect and its history I believe their fears to be of J. P. Sandifer trade. Is out of tho mule Rich and Poor, Prince and Feasant, tlio Millionaire and Day Laboror, by their common use ot this remedy, attest tho wrorld-wldreputation of Ayer's Tills. Leading physicians recommend theo pills for Stomach and Liver Troubles, Costive nosi, Biliousness, and Sick Hcndueho; also, for ItlKMimatlsm, Jaundice, ami Neuralgia. They nro sugar-coate- d ; contain no calomel ; nro prompt, but mild, in operation ; and, therefore, tho very best medicine for Kumlly Use, as well as for Travelers ami TtntrlsU. " I lmvn derived great relief from Ayer's Pills. Five years ago I was taken so ill with o lvery, ccd and Sale Stable, SURGEON DENTIST, Stanford, S. M. Peacock inserted an tul. in this column calling for tho return of a lost book. Ho now has the book In his possession, lly the same method lost trade may be quickly regained. Fleece Robinson, Jr., has n position in the National Hank. Miss Mattle Hulimau, who hasbeenut Independence, Mo., for two years, has returned home. Misses Marv Holmes I.usk and Kate Cook, of llustonville, aro visiting Miss Marie Cook. There is a geueial complaint by tho farmers that an insect of some kind has attacked the wheat in the head nnd Is fast destroying it. In addition to this calamity the farmers have been prevented from norl" by tho continued wet weather, tho corn is overgrown with weeds, ami in koiiio instances water spouts have washed acres of corn entirely out of the ground. The crop and weather boss seems to ben kind of wish?-wash- y fellow anyhow. It. H.Totiilinsoii has been frequently mentioned as a candidate for the Senate, and mauy of his friends havo been anxious for him to enter the field. It is now definitely settled that ho will not do so, us he has been nominated by the democrats to represent this county and has accepted. The race is now mado up, Hon. William Uerkele being the republican candidate. It will be a red-ho- t race to the end and sparks and truck will lly all along the line. WAYNESBURG. Office south side Main, twodnots above Depot St DENTIST. Stanford, Ky. Office on Lancaster street, opposite cowl house 11 lyr JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KV, Good turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire on reasonable terms London It the must com ca lent point on the railroad to reach placet in the tlon of the Stale. 10 in the mountain -- w RO YA I that I .tas nimble to do any work. I took threo boxes of Ayer's Pills Und was entirely cured. Since that tlmo I am ivr without n Isox of tlifisn pills." Peter ClirUtenteii, Sherwood, Wis. "Ayer's Pills havo Ven In use in mv family upwards of twenty eiir null havo completely verified nU that is claimed fur them. 1 11 .attacks of piles, from which I sittTered ninny years, they afford greater relief than ntiv other medlcitio I over tried." T. F. 'Adams, Holly Springs, Texas. " I Intro lined Ayer's Pills for a numg ber of year.', and lutvo newr found equal to them for giving me tin nppetlto nnd imputing energy ittul Mroiigth to tho itjisttin. I nl ways keep them In tho house." It, D. Jucksou, Wilmington, Del. " Two boxes of Ayer's Pills cured mo of severe -11 any-thin- Rheumatism - CAPT. FRANK BAILEY, PROPRIETOR ! Thoroughly Kenotatedand Kcfurnlshed, First dais Hart and Reasonable Prices. Day and night Tins fine Jick.1 years old, Had with Trains are met by I'otiu Porters ot this I'opulai points, 15 hands Mich, will make the prisint white ita House. aof-t- f. ion at nur siahle., t mile not thof MllUil.-u- i die on the Dinsille arid lltutoiiMl e pike, O J5B SA. !R THE NAPIER HOUSE, LIBERTY, KY., At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. F. W. WAWmNNER.PWOP'R. I have leased the abote Hotel an I mtiul ninlt in first class style in very parti, ular83-jci il attention tj (.0t11mcRi.1l men, Sv ih msrom.iku iheteason due Oiar parting as sired b) llutler. lie b Molt., Iiiisxirled (1 'in Spam, He has proved hirnsulf unite fuiliteiter J F WKIUiiT S MltleJifrvllc, K) run. Daaville A WOOD 4 WALLACE 2:34?. 1 II. Wilkes! ) sire of Ssillie Vagen 1 ti IUy, ttV, hand high Standard: Vilumr- VIII. Man's ,oil; Outfit-to- r I St) fourth Asennc, Headache, from which I was long a sufferer." Kmma Keyes, Utibbardstou, Mum. "Whenover I nm troubled with or suffer from loss of appetite, AVer's Pills set nm right ngalu." A.J. Kiiur, Jr., llock House, Vn. "Ayer's Pills nro In general demand nmong our customers. Our sales of them exceed those of nil other pills combined. Wo have never known theta fall to give entire nntl.if.ictlon." Wright & llaunelly, San Diego, Texas. Louisville, NEWCOMB This old and well-kno- - Kentucky. HOTEL. POWDER MT. VERNON, KY. Hotel is still maintain .Spe- ne in; its fine teputatien. Charges reasonable. cial attention to the tratehnf public Sjtl HOsLTKIN-FKIllslAN tX.V NF.WCOMIl, Prep., Mj Vernon, Ky. HTM , SIRF.I) IIY I.VI.I. WII.KKSaftt. lly Georue Wilkes 1 j, .Ire ofM In t yt ar lifter I dam Flora by SkedaJdlrtliiirotigliired.t 1 am .Medley by Did Wassur, by llathu. paier 1 dam by Mtefton's Tsloirapli. 4 lUm by Frank (theroti jlihiH. DaAtillh Wilkes ha, iistt.d in fit e fares, won three ;o( t lie m fl straight limit and third roe in fjutth. Uanrlllo W'llkeslt alu.ldr first and only gianl son or (eergc Wilkrs that li.is produced one in j in or better. Danville has tm, more of his get tnst arc now in training and, barrin accidents, will make records better, bwldes, ,,.,, soundest that Daaville WlUr. will tuwrr I111 re nrdol tos at He has been timed the last bolt in 1 rmrin t (. Danxjlle Vlke ha prosrn himself a tine breed erand Itsurc t prodsite trotters and parties tn hstea thanccto gtthli prudttic rw ler a sery t i4 slijatr Ayer's Pills, ritxrAuxo by Or. low priie Captain Anjjjjic "Wayne .No lih-o- I $25 to Insure a Living Colt. The best 01 car, taken with nsaies and grass at ha usual rate, but not responsible f.r inlJents should anysHcur linmestiitels after she close of the season Dan rilMWilketwfllgoiniotriittlrigtara latter te old Parties that are well Informed know tbat It o tliorouchhrcd lloedmuit W in the ttetler and DanWIle Wilkes certainly has plenty ol it, his dam deing b) a thoroughbred horse, and thin the paung cross lie has should trod to produce fast and sm1 raie horses Dansillc Wilkes will make the season at the Fair V Grouudt. Danville M ULK Ask For Ayer's Barsaparilla, ami bo sure you get it, when you want tbo best I With Its forty years blood-purlflc- U& 13? of mod-cblood medicines, Ayer's Sarsajiarllla is still tho roost popular, being in greater demand than all others combined. "Ajcr's Sarsaparilla is selling fas., than ever before. I never linsitate to rccommond It." Goorgo VT. Whitman, Druggist, Albany, Juil. "I am safo in saying that my sales of Ayer'a Sarsaparilla fur excel those of any other, and It gives thorough satisfaction." h. II. Hush, Dcs Mollies, Iowa. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla and Ayer's Pills aro the best selling medicines in my store. I can recommend them conscientiously." C. Blukhaus, Pharmacist, Roselaml, 111. "Wo havo sold Ayer'a Sarsaparilla hero for over thirty years and alwava recommend it when asked to rmmo tho f. 1. McLean, best Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. I havo sold your medlclnrs for tho last seventeen years, and always keep them in stock, as they are staples. 'There is nothing so good for. the youthful blood as Aytr s Sarsaparilla." It. L. Parker, Foxiake, Wis. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla gives tho best satisfaction of any medicine I havo in stock. I recommend it, or, as the Doctors sav, ' I prescribe it over tho counter,' It never fails to moot tbo cases for which I reeommond it, ercn whero the doctors' prescriptions havo boon of no avail." C. F. Calhoun, Monmouth, Kansas. fore-runn- er m blood-purifier- ." m Ayer's cess in the cure of Blood Diseases, you can make no nils tako In preferring UU.Ultl'IU1A SU the case, if tho wheat, while in tho milk, should be covered with large numbers of them they would probably weaken it, causing a serious loss of vitality; but to do this they would have to be present in very largo numbers. As Boon as the heads, and the contained grains, have hardened, all danger from X. granatin, lias passed, as they ate not able with their soft beaks to penatrato a hard covering. at the time it was prepared by the ami paid for as other advertising matter. He also takes occasion to say that Hick Warren is not the choice of the people of that section but that Frank McClary could have carried all the democratic and prohibition votes there. The letter is very long and was received at n Into hour, or we might have given it in full. Hitler y?lS li. ten F. II s few II J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Dealers In Medicine. 31. F. llrlnklcy ts a Candldte fu'r Clerk of the Court of Appeals, subject to the aition of the Democratic party Elec.ien August, tSj J. X. Bowling, of Middleburg, HALE'S WELT,. Season Opens June i, I 1 Sarsaparilla to any other. Tho The life history of the aphides is a very remarkable one. In tho early autumn tho colonies of plant lice are composed of both males and females. These pair and tho males die; the females deposit their eggs and they also die. In the spring as 60011 as the sap begins to How these eggs are hatched and the young lico commence feeding on the tender 1 nves and shoots. Every one of tho individuals in this brood aro females, or more properly, are individuals capable of producing their kind without fertiliza-- t on. This reproduction takes place by viviparous generation, there being found in tho individuals in question young lice, which escape from their progenitors and form it new colony. ThUgeneration is also texless, at least thern is no trace of the male sex. It pursues the same cmrseas the first. This is repeated until the following fall when a brood consisting of males and females appears. 1I.M1IIY. A. KVANl. preached three very interesting hennons '89. in the church heie to large audiences on Hoard from June to July s, per week i oo the 1st and 2d inst.; also Elder A. J. Cottage Reat from June to July i.pir week j j Pike, of Level Green, preached soul- Hoard per week after July 6 oo stirring sermons on Saturday and Sun CoiUfe Kent perjvrek after July s . J day, Sth and lull, at our church. The Single Meal j week jjw members will make a selection from the ilorscswell cared for, perInviteJ Kstrjhody Is cordially tu visit us early two divines just meutioned as their pas- in the seaton and get adrantasc of the seduced tor for the ensuing year to (ill the place rates Respectfully. A I.. SPOONAMORK. O Addrrai, Stanford, Ky of Elder J. T. Barrett, resigned. The two firms of this place. C. C. I Gooch A Co. and Gooch Bros., have completed their contracts with the On Sunday night, about yth, In the town Stanford. Ky .a III. CK HOKSF. ahoui tsU C. S. railroad for 50,000 X ties, for which hands high. 5 )rarsold, both kind feclwhitr. small they receive $14,000 cnsli. There is very star in the ft tehtad anJsmp on novj. He carries ery onu sided lie little stock changing hands. Considera- his tail, which Isa side heass, a tittle conitKirjtiseli was hitched to lar buggy, new, with cloth ble demand for sheep, with one or two reward of blue will linincs llesidct the Slate Iso, give J for the recosery of IUibo Curtis incnone, uggy arm unci lots sold at good prices. ) .n . 11r.ll'. Stanford, Ky 97 bought a horse in Cincinnati last week W. K. S.illee bought a nice for SloO. Dr. filly from John F. Whcedon for $IK). tT. Tho farmers are feeling rather blue over ROWLAND, KV., the continued r.iiny weather. Ground Dealer In has been wot so long that it is huni to Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps tell whether they planted weeds or corn. I The llahttin-r'reitu- n cattle hate forseteral sra.ons taken the lesd in the blooded cattle mark. by commanding usulcr ih- - dimmer the hiyht.l el pntra, inu nasing ihc capacits 10 nrnuuee mine milk and butter than ans othsr braed and as much and as good hftt. they kill not (ail to retain their lead in popular farur W II Ml LI. Kit I pa)abli in the pritilegeci breeding till the cow to br with calf. prtes This outi) bull Is not only of the very bell brccditu. but Is indisidually a very superior animal lu esery particular He will not (all topru-dut- e inilkcows ol the highest cicellence. Holh his pedigrrc and his tndislduslity guarantee this 50 cents in Mut Itrsi, the grvein, .ft. rnwiil Lsiuailer pike in suburbs of Manfoid.st Throe Dollars by tho sermon, and a r ot mv Will ht rwrrmtted la ArthAir Sims. 3041. "Wyamdotto. 5526. Arthur Suns, Standard N i ii, by Urn Knjs, recoid with it in i - class and yj injisslajs lie.tuamb) lluurin Cruel, the sire of Calmar liy itiH.adiUm ttt-- m Lirtle Arthur, Ihiirauehtire-- J W ill make the r 'ly a hi. hoine'Miples,' sian nun U-i- m .j hare fnr sale two rim refittertd IfoUtesii-Frecm cs arm one grade heifer call W II Ml I.I.Kit. Stanford. Ky. i- I. 31. HKl'CE, mm, sale and STAVIOUD, ":: KV. 1 stabls, I At $ao to IiiHiirc. Arthur Sims ha pro.rd himself to be a superb breeder Call and ice his colls at his home 6-- lf Ayer's Sarsaparilla, rnnpAuno dt Dr. J. C. Ayer It Co., Lowell, Mass. Prlco $1; six bottles, S. Worth 5a bottle. D P tn . l? 2. WVM JiRKfte WiK-f- el poo B s. -- Z - Expression or Gratitude. 'ki.l.-MrSiilllu Din Hhii Ditv We were glad to receive a call from Uncle Jimmv Warren vesterdav after Uathllc. ayitl 01 yi.iru, nni in town General " f. .wl,..i .. .1 fit il.io.lnts ........... ..c-nli.l l.ml lir.H lildlllhii- ...- - ... 1118 I0IIR HinCSS, ,..ssU.v.WHO IWl lllf lOHOnilUi; for publication: Please inseit the fol- - sounjjn gallery. Mie is a very iiueiu-- 1 lowing iniperfoct notice for the Infornin- - P--t niitlliapiiy old latly, ntul enjoys ' health. She is the widow of Win. 1825. tionofmy many friends that were so jirotrauted illness Waddle, was bom in Uarrard county, but kind to me tlurins my been in Pulaski something about 70 o'sonio ten weeks, a portion of which time I was as helpless as a babe. I have yrs- - Shu was the mother of 13 ehil-nof whom are now living in this laiiijuaRc to express my" love audi ' fjratitudo for the many acts nnd favors county, and the oldest of whom is 71 Fire both lpninoral and BDiritual whieh wen. years of litre. She has Tl hvinu srand- , . ,..1.11.1 ..ll ij- - ...!... mtuiir n.nn ill wnum lavisheilon me witiiout stint or reserve. holdingratcftilremembrance Messrs. O. If. Waddle, John, .lames. Hud I shall ever , each and every one that administered fo and Gilbert Waddle), about 182 Ki,t. Trr.rTC17 nndotiejiri'iit-crt'atKraiid-1 n J 11 U. freely and giatefully to my every want. child. Site is a member of the Baptist' J. It. Wariicv. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. -- iv -- i i i VH ItlMIUI IMV1 Hi.. Oi.Vlillll.ll Mill it.. Philadelphia girls with slender waists town. Somerset l'.eporter. have taken to wearing iloa collars in tho 'THE LARGEST AND FINEST If yon want to spite your neighbor, place of belts. Vanity of conro is at the HOTEL IN THE CITY. back of tlio fad, but it is a go neverthe-- , steal his cliickens; if you want to do him less. The collars vary iu nppenmnce, "" net of kindness, toll him Cantor's but most of them tire of the mi'still'sizo. chicken cholera cure will cerlninly cure RATES S2.50 TO $4- PER DAY. ACCORDnnd nearly all of them can be let out. them of cholera and that it is, sold and . ... ',4,.. 1 1l11-1- ,l (.(.'..,,. ING TO ROOMS. " "i--- - 1... Jiiiiimrm sx ci.igg. .I,lll(,.tY.-.t- i nru Plmri.P.1 with rntininir n game of chance. What have you to Bucklen's Arnica Salve. TURKISH A RUSSIAN' HATI1S IN HOTKL. say? The best salt em the world for cuts, bruiser, Accused It was not a came of chance, sores ulcerx, salt rheum, fever "ores, titter, chapyour honor. No outsider hail tho slight- ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erupest possible chance of winning. tions and positively cures piles, or no pay require, s. 1 -i 1 1 a 1 I.H..... ';. I . s ., I ' 8J ... d. ot ....... ' iiw WVANDOITK. Standard No by Mcirs ol Rrsdrk's oc of the Ht nriHl aoslft Hyacinth, hanisg l.rhss dam by Sl'KCIAl. ATTENTION 1 COMMKHCIAL1 t lura the dam of Desler 1 trasetets ltui.es and mules bought and sold, andlunteer. the sire of Director 11,. I'liill Only tintclass hnrtetaud vthi lc. used in lltery. 1 Ml,, and 1 10. First dam Ijids f Welsh b) WiIImm W.l.b. the sire ol I'tHKe ImpeAlso agent lur the rial a arsd Jererauli 1 tjV,. id dam an tabred Wagoner main, ,li This grand jounc lolt'oo-tain- s WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO- a,t er cent of the old hots Rt.dyks Ham hletonian N. 10. ihetoumlcr of the greatest trot ungiamii) me 'tw ha. ever lusown. courtirg I through his iHm from 4 dinrsmt channels name j Rsdsk. Ham'iiei.iriMH, VuiuHlecr, M,tr p Ian an.t William Welsh I imue I t ' is a tr .tn) inares For furtlier I Hay sutlien. 16 tisaled April n. His first dam by t.ra) F.agte, id itjmkj Cupper-bollm- format on or ard. a.utrcts 5 1 A KLKIN. As Lancaster, Ky He at sued b Mcticiiger Chief. Jr , ' y Messenger Chief, sire of Maud Mrsteagcr, a iil,, , itt dam Jennie by LliiHi sddanb) NUmlmn.. Mea-- i tenger. Jit dam b Manshritut Chief, slh dam by' Imp Xup"lu; ;th dam b) Tempest; th dam by Tiger i ;thdambv Darnab) s Diomedo, (lb dam1 li) Cannon. Whip, oth dam by Sttipp' I'arjgnH. Hoots, Short, Clothing. Hardware, Queens-warMessenger Chief was in4 by Abdallah Piloi;1 c.UA.y? Tinware, Furniture and a 1st dun oy Mambriuu Mten'gcr, ad dam by Mutubrino Ctuef. Al He sired Maud Mmwsj,, Aw;, Manoiae Lino Of CfOCOrloS. record RuhcttAbel resold; Marsrlael. aai.and THE SHORTEST AHD QUICKEST RCUTE II, Jjsjltnl itSi; other fatt ones. Pro Fancy Calidws, Ca.aoJ Cood,c Abdalbth l'ilotwas sired by Alosander's Abdal ui.e taken in exclunije tor goods. lah, ah inu. 01 dam HUudina by Msmbnao Chief. He, itt CENTRAL KENTUCKY sired I'lckards l(k, Red Jim and other Alexander s Abdalkin (son of Itysdrk's Ill's.-1" all I'mats Met mUo sue of Dealer 1 iTk). lie slrod Coldsmitn .tiaiu t it; .Major UJ sail 1 ay. w no In turn P. i sired Robert McGregor 1 -. sire 6f itoanlv Mc (EAST. .A ND " r w Gregcra if K.&c. c Si Klnio, reC'ird a to, was sired by Alexander's miy-msTAbdall.ih, dam said tone ht Imp HcllfuuSMler.Ae On Dwellings, II uthold Fiarmttire St res, Mainhrinu Chief, the nrrof the soortel slam of A. , app') t the old KA8T I.1NS UETWEEN thief, Jr. sired the great Lad) The. rue awl Mambrimt Paichen, who in tura sired 3 ilk, Pennsylvania Insurance Co. London 1 20, and ij other in Jsoand bettor and LEXINGTON & CIN0INNAT1. also tired the Jain, at t,ui w ilkt i IIH, Huron ' I.ightninir clauses and damage, paid Wilkes Ifand tliedumsof i( others with rrcerds sen kdl-li-: i m ay whether tire cn.ties or tint. , n of a so and iietter UK) ll IIKUCK Agent, 17 lie will stand the season of llu at oxr Lltery . . .Vo. 4 i Sou lb Hound. niame in v.rauurcnarci ai .... STOIiEIT '"ti".1 ,,.. s n. 1J 1 GOVER'S HI. HILTON" MESSENGER. t6. l n, KentuckyCentralR.R. "jiil'h itorris. Established - ' FOR 11TSIJH.A1TOE ' fi 11, WtEST . - e, -- xTffkct -- n grand-childre- ,.. J1.j1 X'ijJilii SlOtolnsuro a Living Colt. We also ill nm. stand our Jack, - , .ZL ' At SKVF..V DUL1 Alls to Insure Saavon due Arr Winch osier." " i p ni wncn inarei parieu wun Richmond. I' P irr G ,V CURTIS (JOVBK M Arr Lancaster.. . P .WrJi taaford.... JJ?ULW l.so Kichmond .. ' thf.:fanx SADDLU STALLION, Arr llcrea W p IH, Arr Lexington.,. ' p ", -....- -I..... I Blaok John I I.vc Cincinnati l.ve Covington. Lve Falmouth... Arr l'arw Arr Lesiagton. 1 9 11 u $ pm, in m 2 5 p in P ra 17 p ml 4 it) 10 t) p in i 40 p m no p m 11 oa p m V P in Dally asn am I to p so am I 09 p ra t 41 f. s1T a " ."'Its A 7 to jo pin p m p ra Wallace Denmark, Hi-i- Jn No.J. ;. North-Houn- d. No. . Ta. 1. ITebynl l'91toS& Ay:tiili "nOBBi bBBItSHH ififtft&t O o o srs 2. cs- p. at o ' 1 1 c e O rm taaWSLKall I " 1 a Jk a .P KlIraSM I RBbhIKZiJ regained by the use of Dr I'ierce'a I'atorite l'mscrlptiun how eagerly they would haiten lo avnll tlicmiclves of it. They ought to know it and try It. F.tcry woman who is still healthy ought to be Uld about the wonderful Urine In this nicdlsinc and understand llil it is a safeguard against the terrible dlienics common to her sea lilt guaranteed to gite satisfaction, or money paid for It will be refunded that health conld Cleanse the User stomach, bowel system by using Dr l'lorcu'il'clipts, . Oi complaint nnd lameness for many years, could not free from dress myself without nelp Now 1 ln-- r telease from misain ana soreness and am able to do all my f luusework. 1 one ntv thanks tn Klactric Hitters ery 1 f my outh and removed comthese poor, discouraged women s ho suffer far havinc rene-efrom diseases peculiar to women could only know pletely all dieue and pain. Try a bottle joe and A. 11. Fenny'. Drugstore. $l,at be Nobody will object to the Pittsburgh or money relunded. 1'rice as cents per box millionaires rebuilding their dam above For Bale by A. K. I'enny, Sutiford, Ky Johnstown if they will first buy the Coneinaugh Valley and live there. Renews Her Youth. l.ou. Tunes. Mrs, rhtebeChesley, Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa m o "lit sad to ice a woman groum; old before her fells the following remarkable story, the truth of which Is vouched for b) tne retidentsof the town, broken down and hopeless when life should ' am 73 jcari old, hasebeen troubled with kidney hold its prime; tunr-Al- l ed. It Is guaranteed to kwu perfect satisfaction, She feels herself a burden when s'lould be And longs tor dentil to bring it blessing- site ai 0n is Consumption Incurable? , Read the following' Mr, C II. Morris .Stwarl-ArkTxty: 'Wa down with Abtcess of Lung and friends and pliyslrians pronounced me an in Dr. King's cuinblo consumpti.p llvgan tuk-in-g New Discnviryfor consumption, tuid am iiou'on my third untile, and able to oversw the work an my farm. It it the rinct medicine e er mude' Jgaec Micltlltwait Decatur, Ohio, says' "Had it not been wr Dr. King's New Dieo crj- for con sumption I woiild have died of Lung Troubles Was alt on up by doctors Am now in host o health.'' 'Iry it. Sample bottle free at A. 11, flPK"aBBMQMjer!tftjatJgftjrA jitaA I O y m and whole . WM. ADAMS I & SON, KY. 'AD WAV LEXINGTON, - You Cannot Afford At this aoasoti of the year to lie without a good re liable diarrhoea la'tim In the housi, as cramps, colic, iliarrlioca und all Inflammation of the stum-utand buwcla aie exceedingly dangerous if not attended to at on. c One lialtle of lleggs' Dur liruea L.ilsam will do nioro gO'id m caies of die kind thtin anc other mediciueon v.irih. Wo guar autre it, A R, IVnn), Dri:tfi5t o. 7 li'avcs falnioutli ooain; arrises Clncln- iiatj755am; cxceiit Sundav Nt Jl leaves Cincinnati I 30 a m; nrrlio Fal- moutn 10 jn a m; Sunday only lark is h? E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor 1stThis fine llobinson's Giant, he liy Imp. Palermo; dam by Sampton, he bt Imp Mam- ciiinati jjiwist J raimouin 4 ic 11 in; urrltes Cm- 6 if p m Sunday only. moth; ad dam by Imp Demand Juco's it4.im Train Note ro ili lly between Lesin?. by lllack Hawk, id dum by Tippcranoo .wii itnu uiiieinnair, Nfc i run daily between This is a hamlsome Jack, 4 jcjts uld, 16 hands r.nM. ..H..i No Hotel In Kontuekyhii a better reputation. t inn t.cxuigiori high. Mack with mealy nose Will serve a fmv vivintiu o and Us proprietor la determined that it not a ntia make rnnmri,... at Witiehcster jennels. shall be maintained. torpjintsontheN N A M v n.. The above stock will rual e the soaton of iSVi at my (arm 3 J, miles from lKutioiiville,nenr Carpen-- Iraluiff tliit ter's Station, and will be permitted to rsc bj the nt I.HMJKIA.NI .'",?" n rrlvo and denart inmi ih 11 He has recently added tq its appointments assenger insurance, Foaled May i, 1874, Is a rich Mahogony hay, itt hands high, heavy maiio and tail; Is sitiwlv ffiic and fancy Is both a natural and pleasant saddler ; breeds fancy and wln-- quietly driven in harness s high tail stl on both goes like a trotter sides to the third generation; Is backed by thoroughbreds on both sides, making him very active nd snrightl) In gait, in form and finish u perfect modi'l. He was sired by bumpier Deiimurk, he by Goddard Denmark, he b lialnes A-- Cromwell a W e have purchaicd the Stanfurd Woolen and Denmark, lit bv the race "horse Denmark, he bv Grist Mill and fitted it with new and Imp riecigeford His first dam was sired by Sir machinery and will begin on Wallace, he by Todhunter'a Sir Wallace he by Irginius. Sir Albert tlioroughbiedi : ad dam b dam of Virglliius In Tranby, tliorouglilirtill; he liy the celebrated Mason's Whlpp; jd dum Ti) do custom grinding nnd carding Our Mr Whlpp mare. Howell has had oer to j.wrs experience at the business and ho has ncij aired a thorough kin of both the branches In addition there will I imiii einer to assist nun in carilmg t.lic us trial, inchulictt market nnce tuid for fcol Son of Wallace Denmark above; 1st dam liv Milwhite corn ler's Denmirk. hi b the race horse Denmark; I is r us. is r.1.1 t CO. 28 dam lb rtii'i iddatn l Montgomery tUlncr, 3d Stanford, Ky dam by old Dreiinon lorn is a fine shaped boric, black witu heat y mane ami tail; 15(4 hands high; Is natural saddler and will warrant bun a saddle breeder, 3STOTIOE. first-clu- ss Saturday, May 18th, 1889, l.ve Livingston 6 00 a tn I.se llerea 10 5 a in .......M..I Arr Richmond L'JL a .M.W.h I.vc Stanford" . .. 7 ' in . Lie Lancaster 7 40 a mi. ArrRichmoiHl... 9 si ia, Lve RiclimiHid. a 40 p IH 6 10 a Arr Winchtttsr. J 30 p a m 7 15 Arr Paris a in' J Leslugton" Le p in' 7 00 a in Lve 1'ans P mi J Si a in l.ve Falmoutli.. 5 J" P "I t IJ a m, Arr Covington. . 6 3 P m'lo ji a in Arr Cincinnati 6 4 p m'lc 4i a ml . 111 111 111 jV 3 A (5 P 3 07 P m 7 P JS l m in m 7 15 P m Tom Hobinson """" Paris lt No.,lle n, at 4J. p 'vearriving tt m, Maymlle at jj, a n, and m. No 5.J in, nrrlvrg at Pans nt "'" y" I,4,u' .'"; i.No " U"0 Pll.'o at no and 8 o, , ra N - 10 ' 5 a 10. i 10 ua'iieprSuiVy0 M" Th"e " a""" ' THE MYERS HOUSE 11 JACO! o. Fenny' drugstore. h WhyTs it That people linger along always rumplolning Duo bottle cf A First-class-Liveabout that continual t'red licling Ilega' Illood I'linller and Illisosl Maker will To accommoda e the demands of Ins mcrrascd givethem dgoodappetit transient patrnragc. Uet Furnouls furnished Commercial travelers and others aud regulate digestion. A. 11. 1'tnny, DruggUl. ry Pool and Halliard Parlors Stable Wallace at $12.50; Tom at $10, JACO at $35 forJ.ickcolt'iindij (or Jennet. Stock committed to m) rare and breeding will reccite my personal attention tints furniihsd ut reasonable rates, to lie paid for before rrmovul m' stock No tciponsibillty for accidents or escape. I'arting withstoik forfeits insursiice. J. STEELE CAKI'fcWl ER. t4 iffkitfcoiAvtf'., inrougnuckctiand dettinjtbn reached by S3 c... 1 ''in. baggage checked ,0 ""' a railrot-id- . or full parneuters address any ngent ol i the Co. n. II. 1IACON, 11 Traveling A , Lesmgton, K ILK (.., L & !' Chamber Lomuierce OFFICE Iluflding, Cincinnati, 0. im KU&ovjr, :& wWVrW Htr. Uy