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NO. 37 IN CONVENTION THE PROHIBITIONISTS HUSTONVILLE. - Wo liave prospects for rain In tho Owlnit to the rain Thursday ulirlit, Nominate Eld. J. Q. Montgomery For the Legislature. near future. there ww not as many dancers as nu- CUT-RATIt toos three bolls to call tho faithful Teachers, don't forget the County nlly honor tho Merry llaehelors with First beforo Institute at Stanford, July their presence, hut the Opera House wast together Saturday and It was comfortably tided ami the couples un- -j Ulinirmaii aeal lapped for order anil tic examination for teachers, Stanford, Ju- joyed themselves more than they could clared tho object of tho meeting to bo to j ly 5th. Not much to report ns to Bocicty with a larger number on tho floor. Tho nominate n prohibition candidate for the Miss Kva Palish. Mr. Isaac mimic was a tnlendid feature. Ous Sei- - huislnture. Without tho usual formali-- i matters. bert's hand, with W. G. Carroll iliiKorinu ty of clectitn: u permanent chairman of Parish nnd Mrs. Lumpkin, of Owens-tho cornet, fairly outdid itself, and was tho body, Mr. Seal called for ngniliu-- boro, have been for several days nicking treat In itself. Appreciation wus evinc-- tlons for secretary. Mr. C. K. Powell n pleasant visit at Mr. J. 11. McKinney's. od In frequent applause and several en- was named and choieii for tho position Mr. J. T. Craig and wife and Mr. J. W. Hnyden and wife, of Stanford, were cores. Thy chances that a few yearn and on motion of Mr. Hackloy a In these annual on resolutions was appointed by making glad their numerous friends here nuko in Btronjdy shown The belles the chair, consisting of Kid. Jos. Ballon, on Sunday. Miss Julia Peyton also was recurring entertainments. TTnuse whirJi. hp.p.ns t.hp. hpsl. The. 6rp.n.t.p.st to and beaux marry otrand alvo up the fun J. T. Hiickley. A. W.CarpenteraudDau-ii'- l hero reviving memories ' l, Ilium mi t flit nil rite for 7 i .. - I f lit r tnvi-i7. . . .7 i7. .. 1 I j. SMgg, Sr. Tho latter mild that while J .f. J7. ivwijsi1 and now couples take their places till ue. its iuij "rearesL 7 feels almost lust In the sea he was in sympathy with the cause, he an old staler week. Store hV of fresh, now faces, which each event w.u u cition of Casey and therefore fieri- Mcltobfor tho duty. Charley for some time with contemplating brings out. It is safe to say that not five stock rou plea present Thursday niir.ht were erts wa substituted and the commlttve ouslv the commission of an net of matri-- j monv. One dav last week Tom with tho happy throtiu who (fathered to retitvd. (iuce(i eueru Goods, Clothing, Boots. Shoes, Caps, Car- Fending its return calls were made on h horse' onthebconoin a now r,g worship Terplschore In tho same build-iui- ; Sf TriUlUs, -- ' C. petS, several persons for speeches, including nml bii'-comolcte nnd left without ex- Hut just as pret ft many ycarsauo. Secretin' Powell, who responded in n pianatlon. ' in a lew nays no iciurneu, t101 gallant and just as Ray ty, Just as address, which was apparently alone, and is reticent about was on hand eujoylini the xolden moLook were not ir 'tmpure. When he concludfew cut-rat- e his trip. Tho next breeze was created ments nnd netting all the good of life be weeh: $4-ed a man named Ilradshaw volunteered by tho advent of a mysterious looking were while youth and b.uuty wnlts upon .?? to make a speech, which he did in a stranger, bailing from California, who soVd be lot. wool. All-wo- ol tticm. In a few years they too will go weak voice and rambling manner. After were Chevoit twelve after prospecting a while divulged that Worsted tho way of their predecessors nnd n new a long nnd tedious delav fourthe commltteo ho had received pointers from a man in tailor-mad- e go weeli crowd will constitute club and guests. through Hro. Ballon repur'.ed as follows: the West by which n rich deposit of silFollowing Is a list of the beauties and low. be sold . ltssoi.vKt) 1, That we favor the old were this place, democratic-republicatheir costumes: all-wo- ol principle in gov- ver ore could be found, near be sold week Miw kva White, MatnhesUr, blue ernment that the greatest good which was utilized many years ago by be to week were two to the greatest number of people. This his informant (in n quiet way.) His insatin, lace overdress. principle is the embodiment of prohibi- structions were so minute that he had only good week Miss 1'attie Tribble, Junctiou City, old tion. ditllculty in locating the find and he seen rose, black lace trimmliijr; diamonds. do .'. That the voice of a majority of the no is now negotiating for permission to work Miss Kmina Sautloy, Laramie, people lawfully expressed is the only dotted mull, lace trimmings; dia- true mode of determining what tho law the land. Unfortunately we have some shall be. This embodies the great and survivors who remember tho furor ex- monds. priceless principle of self government. UH'ISVIUE. cited by the Indian legend of n silver SI. The prohibition law of this county diaMiss Mattle Hudson, black lace; was thus created by n majority of over mine at Cumberland Falls, and many of 'MO after full discussion, nnd tlio excu monds. our capitalists would rather be caught figured filially; dia- diture of a largo corruption fund in the with "bricks in their hats" than run tho 31. SALINGER, Miss Leila Hudson, Main St., effort to defeat it. monds. article of commerce known (and some-- 1 4. This law has been of incalculable Miss Uura Kills, Mack silk, lace over- good to this county morally and materi- times purchased) as a "silver brick," ally and if not fully enforced no one will still we can't see why we are not as wor- dress; diamonds. Traders. Horsemen and STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. "FARMERS. Stockmen ot the countiei MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. charge this failuruto the prohibitionists. thy of n CIIAII OKCIIAItt). assortment of miner-- 1 Lincoln, Garcard and Washiog- ut Marion liovlc, 5, when this is the only issue brought Miss Jean Uuchanan, black lace; dianl6 as anybody else. icrioni wishing j pleatint life and well ton will find all the news relating to matters of in Mr. George Johnson nnd" Mrs. Nan- before the people we cannot monds. made at terest to pleated wife It them use 1'atent 'UV'o'r ADVOCATE, y nie James Were married in the east end Stanford Roller Mill. Call for It at your gro the leadlnu ucky, Miss Irene Dillion, heliotrope- satin, nor vote for any more nor with any nar-tCRAB ORCHARD cery, and they nave not got it on nana, ur je rVntml falling to iht'Iare in favor of absolute of the county Fridny. them to keeD It. or zct an order from them and .irhwMl:. 5in.Tvur Send to ceuts and try it pink trimmiugs; diamonds. prohibition of the liquor trutllc. Beautiful sunshine ! How long will Mia. Tnrv Bl.tlir of Mr. H. A. SolU- - get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant tor three months. Address 11. C. lloyle, Business Miss Maggie Huehanan, blue satin, Manager, Danville, Ky tj ,X.'. and interesting family, The resolutions were adopted and Dr. you remain with us? One star-li- t night w. X. POTTS, Superintend ent. mors, of the Elizabethtown News, will bo sS grenadine trimmings; amber, Bourne moved that that they be printed and Sunday dawned with all tho gorgeous : married at his home on the 21st to W. men mono. in numerous papurs, to which Hro. Balsplendor of a clear sunrise ! II. Marriott, Esq., of Montgomery, Md., C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Miss Jane Patterson, heliotrope silk, lon added the Inteiuoii Jol'k.val. Tho ofllcials of Garrard county at- -' her former home. euibroldervd. Nominations for n candidate then be Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, picnic at Dripping Springs Caids are out for the marriage of Mr. MissMolliu Fife, goid satin, black trim ing in order, J.T. O'Hair arose and after tended the Saturday and a jollier crowd has not John Bash, U. S. Deputy Marshal, of this Stanford, ky. SiE&et&l THIS preparation,without mings; diamonds. a pretty fair speech, in which he gave . n TS been about for many a day. place, and Miss Mattio B. Cox, of Louis- C. Miss Annie White, heliotrope nun's Lawyer Davison dead away, tefereiice to T las. liiiurr.ramoTCSifreOK-- The Springs opened for tho season ville. The marriage will take place in Wells drilled to or dor and Tumps furnished Liver-Mole- s. Pim 'tcuu veiling, black trimming. which is mndo elsewhere, nominated prices. .. 30 Saturday, loth, but the continued rain Sunburn and ples, Blaok-Headthe 20th. Somerset Kepub factory L.VNCASTEK. Kid. J. Q. Montgomery. Bro. Ballou secTan. A few applications will render the ball till July 4th, jiccn Moore, white cashuiore, onded tho nomination and the chair put will delay tho opening Miss B. WILSON, most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and they will give their first ball, I uu-- i when vL. did not learn till a day or two white. Viola Oroam is not a paint or pink trimmings. the question by a riing vote. About 25 derstnnd. With powder to cover defect", but a remedy to cure. aK0 tj,at ySi iMith Morgan, the handMiss Honey wood lluiuuaii, black silk, stood up nnd none standing on tho negaand Good Tern- - B0ie nmJ wen.fc,10Wti school teacher, The It is superior & BOYD, is guaranteed to all other preparations, and white trimmings; diamonds. tive proportion, tho nomination was de- plar- - had n beautiful picnic at Gum Sulto give satisfaction. At -' jja(1 v0.w, with and married Mr. llowMrs. Howard Ulco, blue iatin, and Harness, in clared unanimous. or mailed for 50 cents. Prepared by phur Saturday and the only thing to Qrtl jjur, who linn ont.- into the mer Manufacturers of Fine baddies the trade. Race ecry ule Jtid finish known to front mid trimmings; diamonds. Bro. Montgomery was then railed for G. C. J3ITTNTER &, CO., and I'rottins Equipments a specialty. tho pleasure was the repeated show- cantile business nt Chattanooga. TOLEDO, OHIO. No. S3 Kit Main Street, LEXINGTON, Ky. Miss Altie Marksbury, green silk, Kate and responded, accepting the nomina- mar , - Stagg's, Stanford, Ky. ers of the morning, but it cleared up in For Sale fit Mcltoberts Mr. McCalla Fitzgerald ami Missi'o-caGreenawav dress, cream trimmings; dia tion ami promising to carry tlio banner Lon- afternoon and their pleasant faces the S. O. DAVIS, dauchter of It. L. Kwell, Esq., of monds. of the party with honor to himself and indicated they had a good time. Sever- don, wero married in Knoxvillo laet HANVii.ii:. credit to it. Of coure some of his friends al of our vouiic uconlo attended. 1'rof. PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON, Miss Dimple Cecil, white embroidered week. Miss Ewell is spoken of as very would object to his entering politics, but Bush is getting up a dancing class. far ft muli; diamonds. beautiful and is the same who suggested Col. Archibald Cooper arrived here to our business mannger that she was a CHICKEN MicsSadlo Cecil, white serge, green ho was ucd to objections. When he Office next door to Whitehead's Drue toris irrew up n gawky boy and had saved Friday and is the guest of Dr. J. S. Coop-- "..I., nf tliia llttli. Mll bllL." trimmings; diamonds. Special attention given to diuasei of children w " i"h enough money to send himsulf toschool, HTANFOKII. er. The old Mexican veteran is getting The Cumberland Valley News says Cholera Cure ! there wu those who said he had better alon in years, but tho Hash of the eye Miss Alpha Tyree, white nun's veilJackson and Mih Jennie tluU y stick to the plow handles. When ho de- htill nhows the warrior. As we think of ' ing. i00re. lartod shortly after their inai- . tin. ..I.riAifa T'tivlnr niiirpb W. II. Penny, sholly, blue trim termined to preach it was said he would il..tj.k .l.tt. Mrs. 11 vnan " ........ I a ISionmuiaui i..i ..n i""1""'" ...b.....w. lw more of a success as an mings. driver 111 tliro OlOOilV IIOUIS 01 .MCMCO, we can rillKOinpjnC)J jjj Jn,t week, When ttieV ianl Lrep on han i myXo. t quality of Jcllico, Lily .. yard Lert your orders at uttoal in ' Mrs. J. S. Hundley, hhally, black trim- - and now the same c!as of people would h...ir thu echo vet of the cannon through ..'.. ,,, !.... i.r:i,t,.l.. into a , ,,. Zb:,ll'm' it""1 aa? t.h1e:.w.il,i,:"d- ' c tuings. make such remarks about his candidacy, Uw wIId ,liU3 Stanford. kV tlint 0utliern country; ,. n lccollcHutioii was etrectcl and Miss Maty ltright, white cashmere; uuinvniwuttuio mat kin-oi citing the echo of the living h tho hearts iia,,v tt, the veritable' ar0 10W llowcis. and he tlidn t propose to be deterred by lietm.s from tl0 BrnW3 0f the dead. I dovc,. Miss Mary Alcorn, embroidered shully; it. He ruferrod to a prediction made by I have secured the rvi.esot a competent Car- J. P. Chandler, the Cicero of Stlpir ruge Maker and amurapjredtodoanyand.il! diamonds. himself in thtt Yot'K AtTUSTION, I LEAS U, Jl'DttE. in 1SS7, n....... .....I n,il.i4,i .ifflii.l'if.ilininir:lt. v ,n Itu i wM'"'"'".v.."v.. .......... Prirni. A " rniirin .H. circuit, iii.ia Ltnil of trusted to me will hare mr nersonal .. Miss Gertrudo Grady, white mull, lace which was to tho ullect that prohibition uiui.uih meeting, is boomin the new Judge lloyd, of tho WorU en ic precinct trimmings. would never carry aunln in an important town, near Cumberland Gap, and will caused tho indictment of the Stanford I.v.,ptnl.ioa Alt work guaraiteed. Trices reasonVM. DAUGMEKTY. Miss iU'Bsio Kcid, cream tdlk, natuml election and for verillcation leferred to no there in a few davs with a company TRnion Jouns.vi. for criminal libel. There lloMiis; gold. the results in Texas, Tennessee, Massa- of bargain seekers to inspect the location. U not n tinner iii the State more fairly ..rrwiiriMu R. B. I'oxiu l'ennington, white Swiss, chusetts, Atlanta and so on. Ho attrib It promises to develop into a considera- honorable and courageously conducted Mim SUCCESSOR TO daisy trimmings. uted tliid to the formation of tho Ameri- ble mineral town, with its enormous de- than the IsTBinon Journal. Had It done Miss Knle Hail, old rose Hemietta, can Protective Union nnd tho tlio vicinity and Jtidse Boyd an injury, it would havo posits of iron and coal in Tho us an ils of dollars worth oi morely M'lYIICHAEL, THE HATTER, Thickens die every year from Choi if tinsel trimmings. power of tlio rum interest, and the fjreat tunnel as tho pitoway South, made haste to repair it; it has llsh-n.Miss Annie thanks, white silk, CU 4TH AVENUE, but for it Harrison would never through which several railroads will pass. told tho truth on him, it will bo much ra. It h more fatal to chickens than overdrew; diamonds. havo been chosen president. Ho said Mr. .r. S. Russell, of Eureka Liht Mail' worse for the judge to press the matter. 1! -- ther diseases combined. But the LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Miss Herwio Richards, white cashmere, that tho old cliHtxo that tho prohibition i.f,...iii,ini. Cn I.nnisville. after nlaciiiLr Atnnv rate, It is an unfortunate stato of IScovery oi n lemeuy mat poatkv'j The Nobbiest & Most Stylish ribbon trimmings; ilowets. ists wero nctlnjr In the intorist of either tj10 RUS machine at tho Springs in and ntlairs when a newspaper cannot critl-o- f :nt it has been made,only to be; con. Miss llesslo Knglenmn, white silk, tho old parties was too old and thin to nu.?r iefi Friday for homo. judge's ofllclal action without lay- r.ced of its efiicacy cize a requires a Stock of foi gauze overdtefes; dlamomls. work this time. Tlioy hail cut loose from bottle is rial a ing itself liable to peremptory lmlict- Miss Kiln Shanks, pink silk, decollete, them nnd would henceforth act as n sepIt is mis h indred chickens. KIghtv blooded horses at Winona, ment. Glasgow Times. of t overdress; diamonds. If, after using arate and distinct party. He was not Pa., sold nt an aggregate of 4:5,000. EmThe race between George K. Stone and Miba Miiggio Swinebroad, white cash- pieparcd to make a full speech, but pire Wilkes was bought by a Kentucky bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly Col. Silas Adams for the legislature in Eer brought to the city of Louisville, now open jrjikd with it as a cure for Chicken mere, gimp trimmings; (lowers. promised to bo ready by county court party for $8,000. Casey and Russell promises to be a nota- including the Clnlera. return it to the undeisigned Miss Annie Alcorn, white nun's veil day to give evidence of the faith within The California Stables so far are not ble one, as both are men of talent nnd y KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & GO'S. HATS mr money will be refunded him. ing, black trimmings; diamonds. showing to tho front, as in tho last two brains. We are confident that our man Andnlsomr own importation of English Hats At the conclusion of his talk there Vor by sale McRoburtt & St;c. Sianford silk, black Miss May Helm, lilac years. Tho impression Ijas pre- will more than hold up his end of the wore soVoml motions to adjourn, but orthreo and Caps. An elegant linj ot Canei and I.yon'i pearls and natural tloweis. vailed that tho climate enabled them to victorious in the end. Celelirated Umbrellas always on hand. Fine Mrs. 0. C. Keller, Jr., black silk, fish- tho chair failed to hear them and recog- develop superior hoitts, but our last poke nnd come out net overdress, orange trimmings; rubies. nized l5ro. O'Hair, who caino forward winter, a mild one, was more favorable In looking over the field for guberna- PfTCAT. RTTTTJ RAHnTTWH fliPR Thro were u number of young ladies with a ?j bill in his hand, which he laid than usual for training and tho horses in torial timber one need not cast his optics Gloves and other Furs, a perulty Orders from n distance who requested that their down and nsked the supporters of the this Stato ami Tennessee havo been run- any further than Danville. Judge M. J. of city olic!td, perfect at!factIor guaranmimes' should be withheld and as wo caiuo to cover to meet necessary expens- ning right away iroin the Cullfornlans, Durham resides there ami he would teed. Don't l.ul It ler a N'OUBV HAT. 2J ty ir make a most excellent executive. Colarc here to pleuso the children it is done. es and to secure the services of Mrs. whiuh will doubtless take some of the umbia Spectator. Besides ft largo number of our homo 'ieli.. Tho situation to some of tho conceit out of them. COMPANY The height of tho atmosphere is supboys thero wero from Daiivillo Messrs. biethieu was now getting very unpleasValuable is hopelessly broken down. posed to be about 50 miles. ,It is not ant, but Ilro. Peter Carter iot out of it Gl'vons, Fisher, Mcltoberts, Ilium, Fox, :P, Mr. Harper had recently sold her run- - positively known. The highest point Kobtnson, Jlurrs, Mills, Sanford, Keller, by renewing the motion to aujour i, j ,dnK qualities to John Campbell for ?V yet attained by a balloon Is about five which was put nnd carried witli a will. Batterton, Uowmar, McKee, Price. jg ti,o mnre Mr. Harper pro- - iniles. ' jjjie Shnck Uull'iuaii, Hustonville; John So Brer. O'Hair'sSo, which the Bocwtnry ,0WlsrTeIl j,roouk's mn0 lvCord The force of the tidal motion on the tho ' work at How and ebb are contrary and nahiuce .in) ill Beeler, Louisville, L. 11. Wilson, Leban- - nroinmly iirL:iiii ins list, upon, siitv lur EX Ctt j only money put up for tho ...,.,,,,. Mod (or, illst rior each other. There is no known change 'w if rfr ?r lUchmoud. Wash, Taliaferro, Phelps, cause. ttie average proiuuiiionists is to the raced there, are thoioughly satis-- i in the earth's lotation from tidal causes. j c& CO., Campbell. ty! averse to using money in elections, if diwl uli havo done It. Mr. liar- The Pride of Woman. Lancaster. KIco, Cnrruy, Doty, Far-r- ti.enio.iey uas 10 come out o us own . ,...,. ttmlered toMr. A clear pearly and transparent shin is always a HUSTONVILLE, KY. nlfirll,ll " ;, Frank, Fox, McHoburts, Cook, Jako pocKotuooK, una tnus onaeu urn nimr" LEXINGT05T.KY. Campbell tho running qualities of Annie- sign of pure blood, and all persons troubled with Arc still In (he business and reaJy .to da nr.y chanter. asnnd Fleece llobinson. thin? in the Undertaking lin. We Two a lull "! niackburn to compensate in some mens- dark, ir.sy, yellow or blotched skin can rest m lock of Cntes and Caskets of svll binds and Roliei dusea sured that their blood is ont of order. A The Japnlicso government has engageil uro for his (Campbell's) loss. Mr. Our htnrse, wliteh is uearly of every de.cripiun In brilliant Btl uf my hu'i lllood Maker will of liegss' lllood I'urifler n.ur ran ha nbialiiL-- un short nonce Mr. I 11. lawyers in Uorlin to pro- - per has never been accused of any German ihu kfn will lcome clearand tho cause The Harrodsburg girls Wdcak'era, and will iff until it is known transparent. Tryand and if satisfaction ii not Riven Green lias chiij(tfofrur businessaqylking innhow to Tokio and refiame tho Jajianeso orositv before, and It. our, The)' now put on their tennis shies, eur k'oods to any one nciJUuj: &&&iHtombmim penal code to conform to the German in- positivolv to he true, the statemont will it will cost vou nothing. It U fully uarrantod. A. line. toshow'em. And skm their dr(ct K. Penny, llruejist. stead of the French code, as now. be doubted. Dc.nocrat. GREAT E i.Nl-2- 3. SALE'S THIS WEEK AT THE j 1 n 1 LOUISVILLE STORE I -re-Hash- f 3 com-mltte- o i --- -- '- wviT ....-,. e 1 -- - aid in shmmind is . find the . J. easily prices, .ina tiuil can varieni ana as laiesi. visiting the Louisville this fe kave gone carefully through oar in each department and article in Dry Bats.' Matting, Oil-Clotll- ed .1 V well-deliver- ovi-de- n Wyo-tilin- g, prices in Clothing: Men's Suits which sold Men's Suits which th will sold for at $5, $5.50 and $6 This is all at $7, $7.50 and 28 will sold for ten, sold at Men's Suits which and and this teen dollars will for eight dollars; and all our All Children' s Suits which correspondingly Suits will this will sold at 82 and $2.50 Children's for $1.25; sold this sold at three five dollars will at Suits which this dollars and a half. Remember these figures are for our stock and learned our prices. and not purchase until you have at our n j THE LOUISVILLE STORE Stanford. 11 I Manager. first-cla- ss - j '. ' j i mK. - ... e, II. Sunday-school- s j -' .THOMPSON . I drug-c'u- ts hand-painte- d t - A- , ' j fllAOTEE' 1 ' nW ;;-t- f. t ox-ca- .!. Attention, Coal Burners. ,!-- I ' i hwh . ...'.. I NOTICE! Conrt-Hoit- se i "- ' 7 ....&-..- u- - - J GEOGEGHAN. . . w do-dar- ot 3 tip-to- p j fish-ne- HAT world-reuown- ed 30-cen- ts ent-ug- guar-ir.toe- .l 9 two-third- s 1 trim-mjng- s; I , m m out-sid- e ! m I j 1 o "ge-lorio- .,,,... n i J. T. StTT'OlT 1 J CREAM i M.J& lfl & Mgm m If V1 u, 11M . Har-tw- o gen-coe- fe- - d -' 04-- f 'm .: iAlfli . , . -- -. '- - .A-.,-..U;fljy,iaaAM- a ' j. ' ..',' ? if. 9K3nrFw If lt fe t ,X. MENEFEK Tour murderers, two In Indiana and A. C. SINE. The most pleasing and praise-worth- y more we cry hail nnd welcome to tho Semi-Week- ly of qualfeature of our annual press association two in Tennessee, got their desertsnt the new recruits Their excellence ity miist bo allowed t,o compensate their meetings is that' tlioy bring tho, editors end of ropes tied by infuriated citizens into closer fellowship and make them one day last week. The first two killed scantiness of quantity. Dealer In- Jung 18, 18S9 Let no one ask how all this is to be forgivo and forget former disagreements n former nnd his daughter for the purStanford. Ky., reconciled with the fact that tho prohibi- and other unpleasant relations. Wo pose of robbery, tho latter killed a preachtionists have a candidate in the field. Tho were ourselves delighted to bhake the er's wife nnd son nnd then burned the difllculty is only apparent. The nomi hands of several members, who imagin house to conceal their crimes of robbery iSLETD nation of Elder Montgomery was merely ed that there was animosity between us and murder. Tho bodies buried in the old Pres"Vk announce to our readers with un- n bit of grave pleasantry on tho part of and to renew a number of friendships Scroll Work, Brnckoto bounded satisfaction that thoprohibition tho convention. Ho himself told in his that had becomo nt least strained from byterian church ynrd, Lexington, are beand womnu sniFiaiio pnrty of Lincoln speech of acceptance, with something various and sundry questions ever arris-in- g ing removed, several thousand in numcounty has come over solidly to tin dem- akin to pathos, how they had all been Cedar and Locust Posts. in tho profession for discussion. Hut ber, nnd many are found in the most ree w. II carry a hill to. k oftven.hmff . in 1.1 I flrit Mt Lum r ocracy, nnd must, if tiny regard is had engaged in studying the Kentucky con- tho most gratifying result nppears in the markable Mate of preservation though A C MM", IluwiicM,'irnr for consistency, support Mr. II. C. War- stitution. They knew thereforo that case of the two Owensboro papers. For they have been beneath the sod more ren for the legislature at the Amust elec- this instrument declared that "no per- n long time Hros. Woodson and Ford, al- thann quarter of a century. In thecase tion. have not of a beautiful young girl the form Mill while he continues to exercise the beit they are brothers-in-law- , The j)latform adopted by the new po- son orteach-e- r dwelt in that unity commended ns so retains all of its naturalness and beauty, clergyman, priest litical party at its convention of laa Sat- functions of a of any religious persuasion, society or good and beautiful in Holy Writ, nnd it clad in a white silk bridal costume. urday, which is published elsewhere in sect" should be eligible to n seat in tho gavo their friends considerable concern. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. full, was the result of thobertnud matur-e.- t . .. niii;t" spKririr eni. n .i,. They doubtless also knew Like the chivalrous knight that he is rcratcil Thlo.it, uiu Wlm. iu.n... thought of their most tufted leaders, legislature. " '" ...""" ' Nuacriuia, intra, r.nipici, l Puce Ji hoiilc 'K Good saddle horse for sale. A. W. . IIAVIS' iiio.n1VrliUi,.i'ii" nK Arc Iron tonic. It curc Dyreta was Hro. Ford of tho Inquirer extends the that this constitutional inhibition ui i ii.ro ime miwt plcitanl l" take of all Ulff whom we take it to be Elders MontgomII rive, a kern appetite, cnmltr the Mcotl, rcguUtct the l,er anj i infant new energy in the r.iui.lr divorce olive branch in a handsome and deserv- Carpenter, Milledgeville. anil ncrxmii Price $i ery and Ballon of the clergy and Ilrothers intended as a decree of absolute belli1 F. L. Sandidgo sold to a Bourbon OATMrH'S WORM SVRCP It madeof tl.e anil txneller Lnmvtl tn Ik MCti between Church and State and that its ed compliment to the enterprise displayleal prufcMion and therefore rccmnmencU itwlf It u orm killer, Charles Mcllobert" and Clark Cash of the j'lc,int to take, talc anJ ic'.uhle. True 1$ per bottle purpose was to preserve us from the ed by the Messenger in lU pictorial re- county party a combined mare for laity. The second resolution, which is ,,u-s''Complaint., Impaired Ideation, SUk Headache, i Henderson Baugh has bought round religious liberty which port of the meeting and Hro. Woodson, a nrt ptr Ikh. the central and most carefully elaborat- wreck of civil and would certainly follow if we had arrayed with equal magnanimity, acknowledges Highland a bunch of yearling heifers nt .Mjiiuf.uturvd anu Icr laic to the trade by the ed one of the platform, ifl as follows: in the Commonand goes him one further. We are sin- $11' to $1:1. "The voice of a majority of the people each against tho other CO., Ky. The lit cr.'ameries in New Hamppolitical party, cerely glad of this much desired outlawfully expressed is the only true mode wealth, a Presbyterian of determining what tho law ohall be. and Biptist, Christian, Methodist and come. They are both too good nnd too shire produced in 1.SS3 about This embodies the reat and priceless Catholic political parties. Knowing all clever gentlemen to live at enmity nnd pounds of butter. principle of Wood k Fox bought in this nnd Lii -this, what else but a piece of solemn wag- we hope that hereafter neither will give This is the exact position now held by gery could have been intended by these cause of ofiense to the other. coin counties ISO hogs, from 175 to L'OO Mr. "Warren, and always held by the learned lbs., at J! cts. Advocate. students of coiihtitutional history Thomas Jefferson when thev tendered this nomination to democratic party. Editor Lewis, of the Somerset Kepub-licaWanted at once, a lot of cattle on could hardly have expressed this ancient nmi v)m lint nnlv lind ltiHifl rlllpl and thinks that the city fellows domi- - i0 acres of first-clas- s grass. Good water nnd and shade. tenet of democratic faith more clearly or coniuiir-sione;tt. Stephen Hurch. bv the Almighty to ex- - n,Q " l,ress association too much DRUGS, B00K3, STATIONERY, tersely or vigorously. Such an unquali- ercise the functions of n clergyman, but duinanils that the rural roosters be given Dick Gentry, of Movie, sold to nn fied and handsome endorsement of our in fact does so regularly, unremittingly n show. To this end he nominates the eastern party a combined gelding by J, FANCY ARTICLES, &C. party and candidate was really not ex- and well. In confirmation of this theo- editor of this paper for president, forget- Steele Carpenter's Wallace Denmark, for I'hy.iciaaa preicnptiom accurately Cortpftttnrtrd. by $400. pected, and this is why we rejoice ! ry, it may bo mentioned that several ting that we hae just been honored as secretary. We know that there are a unanimous M. F. lilkin bought 8 spectators at the convention thought persons who affect to believe that the they observed a faint wink in the off-ey-e Wo highly appreciate the compliment era of W. M. Lackey nt 2 cents and of resolution in question wad intended to of the admirable parliamentarian, who intended, but we have no aspirations for other patties a number at the same THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, mean this: That the voice of a majority hail elected himself chairman of thecon- - nn ollice that requires a ceitaiu amount price. woefulonce lawfully expressed is the only true CinCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Forcstus Reid sold to Kugeno W. vention, when he arose in his place to j of "gift of gab," in which we are mode of determining what the law shall put ly deficient. Thanks, nil tho same, old Lee, of Boyle, 50 head of New York cat- Ever hroucht to thi market. Price nomination to a vote. the than he for till time to come. Hut it js absurd to fellow. Watehe., Clk and Jewelry Ite. tle nt 4J, to be delivered from July 10 to the paired on hrt)aotice and warranted. suppose that our convention could possWiiilk some of the editors of the State Huo. II. E. Thomim).v, of the 1'aducah August 10. ns Mr. Lee desires. ibly have meant that. Once upon a were accepting the courtesies of the L.,& For Sale, privately, my farm of 150 News comes gallantly to our detente in time "the voice of a majority" of the 2s Railroad last week their papers were libel suit nnd says acres, just north of McKinney Station. the French people, lawfully expressed, abol- knifing that corporation to the gizzard things that would make each and Address or call on A. C. Dunn, at Mc ished religion and turned the preachers without just provocation. Hopkinsville judge's head like Kinney or B. Vanarsdale, at Stanford. out to grass. Would Elders Hallou unci Kentuckian. This is, alas ! too true and every hair stand on the The Kirksville Fair will be held Ju- quills on n fretful poicupineif he could Dealer In Montgomery hold that the "determina- the most unreasonable of those who Waller Bennett is president; mag- - ly 2ti-2-7. see them. . Hut we will show our (fill nrirwillaiool finltt ilui tion" of the question should never have ,..i.i..av ..K..n..w .mfrvnrnftnn ivtiti"V , . .....w,,!.,,,,. lw.. .n.l James B. Walker, secretary nnd J. II. .. v ' i ,lv.-- i been revised ? Once too, the same voice a mater number of xmaaea than the other severe things tltat are being Einhry assistant. Wolf & Trost's band of our English-speakin- g ancestors burn- body. They may look at things ditler-judge in connection with will furnish the music. ed sundry and certain foolish old women ently from wliat wo do, but for one we said about the Santa Cruz, sold sometime since by I as witches? Could the more elderly mem-b.'r- s would ns soon accept n favor from a per the indictment. Hon. G. A. Lacker, won a race and! of this Saturday meeting be imagin-- 1 sonal enemy as a corporation nt which ' Ir the Kentucky collectors had follow- - came out second in another nt ChicrgojTIic ed as viewing without alarm the exist-- ' wo were at enmity. Railroad compn- - ed Gen. Hobinson's plan nnd withheld last week. By thetermsof tho sale Mr. ence and irrevocability of such a law as nies are no better, neither do they di- - their resignations, the republicans would Ijickey gets the tlrst purse won. this? But the other day the great States, serve anv more consideration than any- - still be hallooing for pie. There has J. W. Alcorn has sold his Chilhowie of Texas, Tennessee ana Inssachusetts, thing or anybody else, and they should been no appointment in the Lexington farm near the Boyle line, 111) ncrcs, to Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is "by the voice of n majority ot their peo- - bu held to a strict accountability for their district, which ought to go to young Thomas McRoberN, of Danville, at full and complete. We call special attention to our pi lawfully expressed" determined that acts, but there is a big difference be-- 1 Blaine, tho republican whom Robinson $:J7 and 70 to Dr. Hunn at $21.50. He prohibition must go and the "saloon" tween abuse and legitimate criticism, n has kept in ollice during his entire term hail previously sold S5 ncres at $Jo to should stay. Does the new party admit point that some of our contemporaries as chief deputy. He could then be in Mr. Alexander. The best Casket of tho kind over invented. that this settles the question forever in seein to forget. The companies are usn- - ' position to repay his benefactor, J. Steele Carpenter of the West End those States ? Had the prohibitory law ally composed of gentlemen, who do not writes. "PJenso withdraw my 'ad." Embalming under the most approved method when desired. HtVi: UNbtMStu. of Lincoln county been defeated in 1SS6 become outlaws simply because they are Have done a big business nnd have J. 0. McGlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. by "a voice of the majority" would our 60 associated. Criticiza the railroads, J -- Georgia furnished three legal neck turned away a number of good mares. prohibition friends have considered that gentlemen, if you please, when they de- - breakings Friday. This shows what a good horse nnd an determination of tho question to have serve it, but be above n factious nnd China, is retorted burn-pett- y in n good paper does." been too sacred ever to be questioned or spite in doing so. Do not imagine ed, with a loss of 10.000 lives by fire nnd L. M. Laslcy has a letter from Col. opened again? Come, it isn't treating it is brave to abuse a corporation when trampling. Clark, of the Louisville Jockey Club, these fa a Sous and good men with cour you would'nt dare to tackle the gentle j .v green viper, three feet tendering him the use of the Tarlton tesy to suppose that their resolution in- men who compose it individually, or to ionV wa8 killed by n farmer in Bracken sUibles nnd of the Louisville track free volved any such absurdity. think that it makes your paper more COuntv last week." of rent to train on for the fall races. Another set of critics, equnlly mistak popular to do so. It may do it with the Smiire James Malone fell dead in Iisley says the stables arc the best on en, we think, construe something like luougnuess, nut me average American jaif,0 Field's court nt Louisville immedi- - the ground and he will likely train there. this to have been the meaning of the believes in fair play, whether individu itely after testifying, C. Y. Wilson, commissioner, has convention: When we say tho "voice of uU or corporations are concerned. Near Bosier, Mo., two boys, aged res-- I had the parasite examined which k tho people" we mean only the voice of 11 and - years, were killed showing itself in such large numbers on In his own good time President Hnr-riso- n pectively our party. We alone are virtuous and and eaten by wolves. wheat. The examiner pronounces it the has appointed the Kentucky colinfallible. All other persons who are Public Printer Palmer says he is go- - grain louse and says its presence in n rash enough to differ from us in opinion lectors nnd in the appointments he has ing to give the grand bounce to 500 dem- - growing crop nnd in large numbers is .. are outside barbarians, uncircumcised shown great wisdom, as all of the men, ocratic printers this week. rather serious matter, as they iucreas Gentiles, "whisky men," in short, nnd while being thorough republicans, are The employes of Carnegie's mills nt with fearful rapidity, three and somegentlemen of high standing and social ' hoodoos, who don't count. What our Pittsburg have rejected his terms. The times more broods appearing in one "voice" has once proclaimed to bo right worth. In the Second District, John will back them. month. No successful mode of extermi of Hopkinsville, as pure a man as Amalgamated association and a law unshall bo forever mcro-wn"lady-bugs- " There is a rumor from Chicago that nation is known. The to the ungodly, whether they like it or is in his party, succeeds his law partner, a consolidated coal trust company is to and ichneumon flies prey on them not. Now this, we protest, won't begin Hunter Wood; Albert Scott is appointed ,be formed with n capital of $500,000,- - nnd destroy in grent numbers. to do. It is the same as saying of the in the Louisville district, J. J. Laiidr.uu 000. Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select lino of Furnituro in the Covington and A. R. Burnam in Kid. .Martin Owens writes that ho is new party that it is composed of narrow-mindeLANCASTER. GARRARD COUNTY. and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods intolerant, and this district. The latter, who was indors- still alive and will preach nt Mt. Moriah can be bought in tho cities. Give me a trial and you will be conHon. James L. Mason is quite sh-bigots. It is imputing to ed by Gov. McCreary, and thereforo a church, Highland, on the oth Saturday T. II. McMichael, a civil engineer in vinced that I soil lower than tho lowest. good selection, U eminently a gentleman and Sunday. thein the spirit, now believed to be enBurl Jones, a Somerset negro, nt- - the employ of the Chesapeake it Nash tirely extinct, which in tho tlrst century and n. thorough going business man. He ville railroad, was here last week looking! lives in Richmond and the collector's of-- 1 tempted to rape Mis3 Rogers, a respecta t rnilr thpi.i.orleM, I! hour. quKLot between hosaid aloud in the public places "I am over the county with a view to bringing thou," and which in later ages fice will consequently remain there. If bin giil, but was thwarted by her screams lier than n corps of engineers to survey n line for Orand nick and all of the president's appointments are ani captured. Invented tho thumb-scre- w as good as these, the country will he saf- j?. 0f California, lived near- that road. j, clothed the christian martyrs with robes Soon after the late fire, which was Kjitire Trj.n. Run Through V,thout of fire. No, a thousand tiniest The er than than we imagined it could be tin- -' jy two weeks after having his neck bro-de- r Charge. tho third one wo havo had recently, a republican rule. ken, the most remarkable case of the broad and enlightened statesmanship of party of gentlemen were discussing the THKOUOH CAR SERVICE. c that convention harbored no such spirit The prohibitionists have thrown down kin(1 on. rt'cor(,,1 origin of lires, one of the party advocat-F- riday was the anniversary of the or thought as this; and we hasten with the gauntlet and defied both democrats rh.i.fpl K ClJl tCln:""'" o New Orlen ing and contending very vehemently for Chtuiiu..i:?io and Pullman lloffei enthusiasm to defend it against so injuri- nnd republicans. We are therefore left adoption of tho stars and stripes as the Cinc",nA,i JkonTill, via TV, lias lirniti waving the theory of spontaneous combustion. ous an interpretation. with no alternative but to fight them as National banner, which A colored friend who was standing near What then does resolution No. 2 any other opposing party. We regret to the breeze 11 years. a man refused to Near Austin, Tex., with his head bowed in a meditative and unmistaknbly it this as our sympathy is always witli be tried before a colored justice. The mean? Clearly manner, nt last looked up and said: can have but one other meaning, and those who honestly believe they are try- result was a row, in which I) persons "Boss, it's mighty strange that this spoil-duli- x ami a number wounded. Condend Schedule in Effect March ji, 1889. that lies on the surface. It means that ing to improve the condition of man- were killed combustion always happens about Frank James attempted to blow up tho people are sovereign, that of necessi- kind, but the die has been cast and for the home of his lady love with dynnmite 2 o'clock in the night." UIOADDOAVX. xtjavr ty a majority must rule, nnd that the one we shall meet the issue. when she refused to listen to his suit nnd A lijtle after 2 a. m. Saturday the IKAINa SOL' III "fkAlNS'.N'rTRfir voice of that majority, lawfully expresswhen placed in jail he committed sui- alarm of fire was sounded again and all No. 7. tfo. 3. No. 5. No. 1. HO. 4J. No. a. No. 4. No. 6 STATIONS. Daily, Daily Bill. Chandleu has been nominated cide. Daily. Daily. ed at any time, is the law. It means that I.lm. Daily Put iKj.Sun Liui. L.m. V.. bun. Daily. of the Ches- Lancaster got out of bed. The fire was Dally. Ex. Llin. The passenger business Daily. the people of yesterday or of the last for tho 'jenate by the republican legisla17 am 4 03 P m 8 10 pin 7 55 m.lve... .Cincinnati..... A rv 640 a m 04a pm 1015 a in 330 pm large frame building almost in tho apeake fc Ohio road is so heavy that, to .. uiiamtwwn ..i ve 5 13 a m generation shall, not fix an irrevocable ture of his State, which is equivalent to secure a berth on their best trains, one in a 9 5Jm 3 47pm 930 pm 8 30 a m ijipn heart of town. It was an immense 1039 a m 7 o I n 1099 pm ...Cieoretown 4 10 a m 74 m u 38 p m law, whether it be goou or bau, upon nn election. He is said to have paid ns must make application two or three days I.eniEtOn. 3 48 a in 4 13pm 700a m u 10 p rn structure erected some five years ago by 11 jop m 7 35pm 1033 pm 10 H a m I.vc. ... I.ou. S. K K. or of tho next high as $1,500 for votes and that with the ahead. .Arr. the people of .Lve. Arr ....Ilurgin Now York and Brooklyn have raised Bumside Bros., for n tobacco barn, but Joe Blackburn generation. It means that the voters of fact that "Slave-DriveTA'rr Ilurgin. sufferers $150,000, has been used recently as a sort of gen- iJ3pm 0 j nm.u nam 11 17am I.ve for the Johnstown 55 3 aop m 3 50 m 10 jo p in Danville., 1880 cannot legislate for tho unwilling pulled his dirty auricular, will send him Pittsburgh has subscribed $000,000, Phil- eral store-hous... .1 JjSa At tho time of burn ti 50 pm S canm iai6 ami m .Junction City 15 pm 30a m,u i8am 33m 5 joa 1031 pm am 1030 pm back to tho capital, which he disgraces adelphia SGOO.OOO, Boston 5150,000 nnd ing it contained nbout GO.OOO pounds of 3 cop in 9 10 p m,l a 03 a m 45 ami 510 voters.of 1S90. It means that free men n i hi ... 05 a m 15 p m '....- ..umcrftci .... 830 a m nemp (insured ior --',uuuj valued at Uakdale o 50 p m 3 1$ a m 4 13 a ml Chicago 75,000. 9 35pm ii ijim have the inalienable right to make the by his very presence. 4 35m 835 a m 040 p mAr'v.Chattanoogal -- I.'ve 610 pm 7 35 m and belonging to J. M. Lnyton, Jr. 10 00 pm d merchants have signi400a m laws for themselves, to watch their effect Ar'v 910 am. 7 00 p m.I.'vc.CliJtianooga, 7 35 m a 00a m to at once resume The building which cost about SJ.OOO, Ar'v.....-Atlall- a. fied their intention negro m Smalls, I C3 pm a 40 4 47 am and operation, and to amend or repeal from South the Niimingham,., .1 45 P m H43pmL've. Carolina, has been made col- business nt Johnstown and Philadelphia was tho property of Col. K. Brown, and 300 pm. 300pm .Tuc.ilooa.. 608 pm sovereign will and pleas- lector of tho port of Beaufort, in that and Pittsburg wholesalers havo oflered was insured for $800. 30a ml This came near them nt their loium L've .ill 3 pm 4 4$ am'Ar'v ...Meridian iiooop m being tho most disastrous Hro that has ure. Thus construed the resolution tru- State. Ho is a swcet-6cente- d shrub, them full stocks of goods on long time. 0 30 in 11 00 a in Ar'v.Ncw Orlcant., ,1ve 4 Sni 335Pm Meridian ,Ar'v 5 10 a mlvc ..I ... 040pm Tho Pennsylvania railroad is the over visited our town. A number of ly does "embody the priceless principles treacherous as nn Indian and as roguish, Jackton..,,., Ar'v 9 10 am L've 0 iop m if reports be true, as the worstof his race. largest single contributor to the Johns- houses in the neighborhood and partly 11 ijam I. ve....Vickbur nor is it susceptiblo But tiiese little things do not of 400 pm count town sufferers, although it lost $13,000,-00- surrounding the square wero frequently ... 1003 a in as occasional of any other possible construction with- in tho g. o. p., many of whoso members 3apm Ar'v....Shreveport .. 600a m It gavo $35,000 and the Cambria on Arc, as wellmilonndistant. By house u united out reflecting upon the intelligence of aro paddling in the same kind of a Iron Co., nlso a heavy loser, gave $25,' quarter of'a Train No. 7, Pullman Houdolr fliiifet Sleeping Can Cincinnati to Jackaonville. efforts and untiring work, coupled with via " 000. & the men who wrote and passed it. It is boat. G. Free Parlor Cars Cincinnati to Lexington. Louisville bonds for street improve- tho damp condition of everything, tho Train No. 3, Mann Houdolr Iluflet Sleeping Can, New moreover of fair play the embodiment VAW fi",.,""1 Oun good friend, Mr. Walter P. Emer- ments to the amount of $1,500,000 were town was saved. There should bo nn Shrevenorl to Chattanooga and Jnckionvllle, Fla., to Cincinnati, via E. T ' V. via and of equal justice. It is indeed the son, has succeeded to tho city editorship sold Saturday at n premium of over end to tho building of tire traps in town, St LouiiNo M. & O. Houdolr Iluffet Sleeping Cart New 6, Mann Train Orleam to Cincinnati and ro.t. essence of civil liberty and is emblazon- of the Louisville Times, while Mr. T. G. $40,000 nnd taken in blocks of $500,000 and our city fathers should never allow Lexington to Cincinnati. 8, Pullman Iloudoir and Fluffet Sleeping Car Train which Watkins will run the Tattler depart- by tho Fidelity Trust and Safetv Vault building of any kind to be erected until wnville No.Cincinnati, via W. & A. and E. T.. V. .CjC. Chattanooga to Clncinait and JacU- ed on every fold of the banner , to ment exclusively. Both are capital Company, of Louisville; Drexel, Momnn n permit is given. We have had n close FllANK WOOLI.EV.Trav. Pa Act I the democracy some weeks since placed Ky' newspaper mon, capable of hold- & Co., of New York, and Drexel A Co., call, sharp experience, and a terrible JOHN C.OAULT, General Manager, D. O. andTkt A?,' warning, Shall it go unheeded? in the bands of Richard Warren. Once ing down any department. Cincinnati ,Olilo. of Philadelphia. I r. M Interior journal 1 SINE & IViENEFgE -- ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, Latlis, Shingles, Etc., B3CXT30S DOORS and 1 W. P. WALTON, 3SiSH, Mouldings, fD PATB1TT WXH,E A1TD SLAT PB'NCE, -- The Great Remedies! ....!......,. .. r,t i it 'S. '' WIIXUMSBURC lillVG Williamsburg, Ao Bo FENNY, n. . short-frighte- d tion ' j let. Hoyd-crimi- nal Bo Ko WEAEEK 9 r Goods! 'P9t .!... fl Pumituro and Undertakers' STANFORD, KY. Largest, Cheapest and Host Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Border, Ceiling Decorations and Window Shades INDESTRUCTIBLE BTTHIAX CASKET, . Ln-Cho- w, SEW FURNITURE STORE! MACK HirFFMAK, two-heade- d . 1- j ' Fe-lan- d, ct, d, g j ut Cincinnati and New leans. winnn:Tit Shu-vrtwr- t"P0' . up. r" e. 1 - 1 1 Two-hundre- 11 I 1 I . 11 0. .. .j North-Iloun- "" '' "" ,... all-aro- und ' s -- i fciWrilii a. i& ;ki. i MMialiUelU ifcif,.--- i .U .,, . ...at-- , rjggb..)Tjfrny..T g&KA-- i TflnftJA. ft "J '&&&mdtoita fHy iJU'l :"""T W- Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Ky., Stanfoiid, Junk 18 1889 S.C.WALTON.UUB.MUnQROr MEANS BUSINESS. Watcheh will Jewelry repaired nml warranted. A. 11. I'tinuy. Laviiiiktii'h Garden Seeds fresh and Hiiiiilne, in bulk or package, at A. 1!. lYniiy'n. Tin: l)eHt place to buy drup?, patent mpillcines nml toilet niticles Ih at A. K. lYiinyV. Buy your nehool b(Hki, ink, tablets, pnper, pviicSIh and wbool mipplies o( nil kinds from A. It. lViiny. PERSONAL POINTS. Lost. A black morocco pockotbook daily in hand, failed to recognize me. He i t'Oiitiiiiiing $21, Liberal reward will bo presented a perfect picture of easo nml at T. It. WnltonV L'lvon for Iih M'tiirn. with illu inoiiev to contentment and looked much more at ' Cam. nt our rtortt nntl pet binder twine ' u, j8 ()tm, home than he did when uuttinging the ' nntl luniiilne oil. Mctcnlf "pony express." ' Gen. Sowdkiis. charged with the intir- The McKinney people nro very We will begin to ell out our',jtir of j, c Kn,lt iinevIlIo and who much worked up over the prospective' entire stock of mlllhory nt cost. Cnll 18 i jaii iicreforsafu-kireiiliii- f, was before rond from Stanfoid to that point. They mid get bargains. Courts & Cox. jujt.e Vnrnon yeMeidav afternoon on a are ready toiiiukunuy reasonable induceIoxr.--- A black silk purse on Criib Ori wr'tf" habeas corpus for bail. Mr. I). ments ami say they intend to have it if elmrd jiike near Mrs. Helm's place u. Loison, nt i'iiioville, represented the there is n ghost of u show. A meicbiuit accused and D. H. Carpenter and W. K. Findpr rewarded; return to this office. informed me that real estate had already ' Vnrnon the commonwealth. Onlv ex- enhanced in value and that a numher'of ' Twi.vufor bindi'rs and n number of parte evidence wai presented and the trades had already been made so confiI brand new buirdi for sale cheap. Call commonwealth objecting to go into trial dent were the people that the ro.ul would I early ami take Hut choice of thebugiries. without the testimony of the indicting be built. I. M. Briici', witncns, the judge continued the case Although around McKinney is what Kiii'it Jaiis, Tin Cans, Poicelaln Ket- till next Monday. Mr. Vnrnon maden might be called n prohibition stronghold, mantles, Jelly Glasses and everything neces- very spliited speech against the yet the good democrats there aie lis ner of procedure proposed by the deas mortals can be and are alsary for canning on hand at A. A. Warfense and insisted strongly on the rights ready making inroads for their nominee ren's "Model Groccrv." ScYTiie, Biiiithe, rrenin frovzvrn, wnter-coolers I ! to-da- y SHINGLES. JLO I o . o oo SHINGLES FOR SALE BY I.txzn: Caktimi vim county. Mi in vNUiiij,' in D.i of Tub heaviest of the three-week- s' se- fv-- Cait. V. M. llltx, of the C. fc'., been vititinjr friends here. It. C. W'auiikn war called to Soiueiwt on lepd buxliievd yeiteiday. The McKee I olgc of Masons at LonMiii Gi:imu'ii: (iiiaky left for her don will give n big barbecue on the 21th, home nt Columbia yesterday. on which occasion If. G. S'nmlifer and Mn. and Miin. W. M. O'Hiiyan went other prominent Majlis will deliver addresses. to Lebanon Haturday to visit relatives. Mky.8. P. SrAtio la RundiiiK n week A heavy land-slidnear New comb, with Mr. and Mrn. Dan SUitm, Sr., in Tetui., necessitated a transfer of passenCnwy. gers nnd baggage on .iurdny morning's Mk. Jkmb I). Vi:.uir.x Is back from express, which did not pass here until Central I'niverslty frown ulinunt into nearly noon. manhood. i, A cm yon portrait of Wallace E. Mn. and M us. John Mkicali-- , of which is on exhibition nt Severare with Mr. and Mr. Thomns ance & Son'", bears splendid testimony MUcalf. Mipcki Nan ani Kithe Uai'oiiman to the skill of his sister, Miss Mnry Vor- are vinltiiiK their cousin, Miw Dehrii non, who is nn accomplished artist. . IkiUKhnmn, In Hoyle. T C. Ham. has iiu.ililkd as admiuls-trnto- r Mn. Win. Owkixv wan over Friday to of his father and will move out to Miws Kllen, who has been meet Ids , his farm. He has sold out his store nt nttendinK wbool in Ixmisville. Itowlnml to Judge Sholtnn, but will conMir-- j Kmma Saitlky went to Danville tinue to give the people bargains for 10 ycotcrday and will attend the commence days yet. . " ment exercises ami hop thero this week. Hon. It. C. Waihien, democratic canMi. Maiiy W. IIowMas with, Mb didate for the legislature, will speak at Virginia and Horace arrived from vesterdav and are with Mr. II. S. Hustonville, Saturday, Juno t.H.M, nt Wnyncburg, Friday, June -- Stli, and at WiIIivm. at 2 Saturday. June MimMa(ioik Bum bni returnetl from Louisville 7,here Mie went to learn tint o'clock i m. nt each )loce. Time will be millinery business. She is now n full divided with other c.mdiJates for the olllce. gnultuto of tlint art. ClaijeniuTati: returned homo Friday The trustees of the Stanford Male and from the I'ulversity nt Lexington. II in Female Seminary met Saturday and echool.uiitc, Mr. C. L. Honard, of Te.:o. complimented Prof. S J. Pulliam with returned with him nml xH'iitu few tbtjo. nn election to the prlncialhip although Miss Maky MYKKsisspendinn charm- ho was not n candidate. There were seving vacation with friends in Georgia nml eral applicants which makes the compliorders her old love, the Inteiiiou Join-lai.- , ment the more pointed. Pi of. A. S. Pax-to- n was not an applicant this time havto bo sent to her nt Mnllorysville, ing obtained n school in Ids native Stnte. th.it State. .. Mim A.vnii: Auoiin left yesterday, Tur. "I am holler than thou" party for a mouth's visit to Mis Madie White, lays particular stress on the assertion nt Middlewny, W. Va., nml to other Mi. Warren is the whisky candifriends in the Old Dominion, including that date. How much truth there is in this Kichuiotid, let the records tell. There were 27 of Miih. It. J. Lyi.e, of Nufhvllle, was t he .'!0 accredited delegates piesentntthe with her sister, Mrs. G. II. Cooper, yescaucus which decided to nominate Mr. terday, having come ns f.ir as Kentucky poll books show that 19 with her husband, who was en route to Warren nml the of them voted for prohibition in 1SS0, 4 New York. mid 1 voted ngaiust the law. Mn. and Mas. M.Salinoeii have rent- didn't vote A majority of the gentlemen will vote ed Misses Licciu and Mary JJeazley's again and are not afraid to house and will move into it at once. The for the law test its strength nt the polls. They have youiiK ladies expect to spend the sum- confidence that it will carry again, but if mer in Cleveland, O. it does not they are democrats and w ill Ji'imie C. V. Metcalp accompanied ing always that the majority shall rule. by Misses Kinnin Wykes, of Springfield, 0. and Nettie (Jny of Augusta, Ky., New Maiisiial. After several adjoun.-e- d integrity. meetings the City Council met Saturand Klitor George '11. Dalns, of Harbour-villMr. W. P. Tate, who recently lost a are the uests of Mr. Tom Metcalf. day morning and proceeded to the elec- - brother, is called upon now to mourn Mb. M. I). Hvmics, of the Lancaster l tion of a town marshal. G. S. Carpenter, the death of a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Carv .. ,ews, Iiookcii in upon us lor n tew min- J. B. Owens, 0. J. Ncwlnnd and Tin son, of Casey. She was about 50 years utes Friday. Ho says that Capt. White Mershon were placed in nomination, hut of age and a devout member of the is sticking typo at the rate of II colunis a iKjfore the final vote was taken Mr. Car- Christian church. day, when it is nectssary, hut wo opine penter was withdrawn ami Mr. Owens receiving n majority of the votes was deMCKINNEY AND HUSTONVILLE. it is never found necessary. In its notes on the Women's Temper-mic- e clared duly elected marshal. He will Cashier J. W. Hocker complained of meeting, the Carlisle Mercury says; present his bond and qualify nextThurs-da- y dull times, but tho merchants as a genernight. Councilman Miller brought up "Mrs. Triieiienrt is worthy of her ex- al thing seemed to be doing good businrcssivu name. She Is all business, but the question of subscribing $;,(HX) stock ness Saturday. does not fail to tunke her talks interest - in a Waterworks Co., and he and conn The fair question is now being ngitc-te- d ing by an occasional vein of humor." jciliiuu Vaudeveer were appointed to Stanford by the llustonvillians. ' Mit. W. B. Smith and wife, Miss Sarah confer with Mr. Win. Welch and others will give up freely to them as well as asMnlliiKiind Miss Walls, friends of in regard to the mntter mid report at n sist them all she can. this paper from the South Fork Trestle subsequent meeting. J. S. Goode now has charge of tho section, were in to see us Friday. Mrs. Commercial Hotel at McKinney and is Befoiie deciding dually to nominate a Smith tells ns that sho is soon ' fall heir candidate for the legislature the prohi- ready to wait on the traveling public to -, to u handsome estate left by a rich Viibitionists coquetted with Lawyer Davi- the best of everything. gin in kinsman. Hustonville has wonderfully imson, chairman of thu republican county Mk. Will Seveimnce and Miss Sue if he would put proved the appearance of herself by putcommittee, nnd told him Hardin, J. B. Paxton and Miss Louise irt n ! rtliilit r AitivAitml is tint tAciliiif u ting a coat of paint on numerous houses Bailey, J. II . Baughinan and Miss Lucy , wollhl there that have needed it for years. Let of Um pro,lb,tlon liuv 'i nn mill ' ii iiiiirniwinr lai T "'"""" '.uwumuuuiiiran " iiniiifi'vib.1.1.., u. 'P . n'tl.t. .(.? i.i. ii llm , the good work continue. a v mi i. iv iiiiii. Miss Dollio Williams nt Hustonville, Fri Allen, Fair Co., with F. M. Ware party that waited on the great man ami i day. Miss Itomaine Braden, who was j ivo' the snap dead away in his silent partner, but best man, are doing a iq accompany .ur. .licit., was Kept irom speech Saturday. Ho says .the latyyer staving big business. I hey carry a $10,-tol- d going by sickness. him that it was impossible; tlint the 000 stock, which includes anything from The Somerset Itepublicnn pavs a high position adopted by the democrats inado a darning needle to a set of furniture. compliment to Miss Ellen Halloa's con There is n trade on hand between it necessary for thoni to nominate a mnn cert and to the lady herself, of whom it Mr. M. G. Thompson and Miss Hannah on tho same platform of resubmission it says: Mis Ballon is an excellent in- - and added: "It would bo suicide for us to Burgin for Christian College.. It is structor of music, combining patience ,,0 othorwi80, we coul(1 110t hoM 01lr whispered that the building which origiand n special aptitude for imparting in ty together excopt by accepting that is- nally cost $13,000 can now bo obtained formation with a rare skill as a performsue and as for the 'niggers' they would for $3,000. . er on the piano. Mr. Charles Bishop, of Hustonville, leavo us like sheep jumping over a fence Mits. Mahv Lumpkin, Mist Eva Parif wo tried to work prohibition on is very ill with consumption and tho ish and Mr, I. N. Parish, of Owensboro, them." This settles the lawyer's hash chances are that he will not live till this who are visiting their relative, Mrs. J. and we are told that ho raved and tore is printed. He is an affable man of good D. McKinney, ncompanied by Misses his hair when told that O'llair had given business qualifications and will be genJennie McKinney and Jennie Kennedy, him away. His position on the prohibi- erally missed. honored our ofilce with a pleasant call K. L. Tanner & Sons have purchastion question and his promiee to the peoSaturday. Wo hope tho visitors will bo ple of Turneraville on election day two ed an immense new boiler, the demand as well pleased with Stanford and Linyears ago, leaves him out of the question for their flour rendering the old one un coln ns wo were, with Owensboro and for the candidacy and makes it necessary equal to tho emergency. Tho Favorite Daviess. to nominate somebody whose record is Mills are hard to beat when it conies to flour. more pleasing to tho "niggers" as he making first-clas- s CITY AND VICINITY. Jim Crow showed me his fine stalterms them". W. It. Billion, of Crab Millineuv at cost. Courts & Cox. Orchard, has been spoken of, but ho will lion, Belmont Chief. Ho is a splendid fellow and has a most excellent pedigree. Wiiik screens for doors and window not, we learn, accept the nomination un der anvZcircumBtnnces. Steve Drye, of Ills books were full, long before tho seant Sluo & Menefeo's. Hustonville, seems tho only mnn that son was over and it looks to a man up a The tax hooka for 18S0 ure now ready. can now fill tho bill and ho will in nil tree that Jim has a gold mine.in hini. I saw Bro. Bogle at Hustonville, but Everybody will please como forward and probability be nominated, if tho rads are pay his taxes nt once. T. D. Nowland, manly enough to make an open nomi- his Lordship, from an exalted position in an arm chair with legs crossed and a nation. Sheriff. e Nk'li-olanvill- e, Vni-iioieti-terIa'X-iiiKton Kin-.'svill- adding to the lint ries of mills fell yesterday, gravity of the situation so far as ciops are concerned, which wanlready serious. ... Said a prominent for the legislature. Instead of being on their good be- democrat: "Let the rest of the county havior at their annual hop, two young- do as much for the party as we do and will sters became involved in a disgraceful Dick Warrenbig sit in the next assem u majority ns the county bly with ns row at Zininicr's restaurant, where the has uiven a candidate for a like alike in couples were en joy in j: a lunch at mid- the last decade." night Thursday. One of them, whose MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. name is withheld at the carii"st request of a loving, but humiliated mother, Born, to Mrs. Georgia ltice, nee and upon his own promise that this Brown, a son. Kevs. Wnlden and Elliott began a shall be his last as he claims it was revival lure .Sunday. his ill Ht offence, was taken in charge Nate EvntiN, who used to telegraph by Marshal Carpenter and after some 'at this place, is dispJtchiug trains nt disturbance and resistance taken to Znnesville, 0. Itaini Will it never stop? Work-i-s a room, and behaved himself after at a standstill. The bark shippers of wards. The other, young Cube Lack the county will lose up in the thousands. ey, defied the otlicer nml with oaths Franklin Earl, the four months old dared him to arrest him, even after the child of L. S. Jones, died in Louisville judge had ordered him to be ennied to Friday night and was buried here Sunday. jail. The streets were full of ladies nt Mrs. M. Schoal and Mrs. Jack Addoing ams, of Garrard, are here to see Mrs. L. the time and instead of the officer us lie was ordered he permitted the boy B. Adams, avIio is much woise, Mr. M. to continue the disturbance and to quit U. Moore is very low. Brush Creek was heard from Saturonly when he got through. Not satisfied day. One man had a bullet hole put 1. lito with this. Lackey went to the hall and iiiiuuu iii lift uuu uiiwinvi l.rl.1 "ia INiCt t.li.. I. l.f. link nli.l ntintL.m tried to raise a row with a visitor and on torn up with dying lead At Conway, tins coiiuiv. the loiler being remonstrated with and threatened of Hart Bros.' saw mill exploded, fatally which would have result- injuring two men ami others slightly. with ejection, ed hnd the proper person been present, The establishment was totaliy wrecked. he swore and made a feint as if to draw The lioiler was scattered for a hundred a pistol. To say that he was drinking yards in all directions; cause not learned. The citizens had another meetim: does not lessen the offense for he should Friday night to discuss the college queshave been on his best behavior in the tion. Many who hnd iieer taken an presence of the ladies and invited guest" interest in the enterprise heretofore were It is a matter of deep regret to us ever present and gave their assistance and encuurateiiKiit. Five hundred dollars to sjionk of the hoys except in compl- were subscribed. imentary terms, for e know that bos CHURCH AFFAIRS. will be hoys, but in this case we have overlooked so many offenses that the The Campbellsviliu Baptist church and the woik time for silence has ceased. The singu- has been sold for lar part of the matter is that although of erecting a new mid handsome buildle-- n begun. the marshal and judge were present ing has Lutherans in their 34th bienniThe there have been no fines entered and no al session at Pittabure adopted a resolusteps taken to punish the offenders. tion endorsing prohibition, which is to This is a nice state of affairs indeed. The be votetl on in I'ennsylvanin Sunday has been set action of the marshal in not quietingthu apartNext Itev. Ben afternoonespecially for Helm by disturbance promptly was the most rep- children and exercises interesting to rehensible, but ps he is soon to retire- we them will occur nt the Presbyterian will leave unsaid some things that we church, to which all the schools are inhad intended to say before that fait vited. was known. Dilger, the policeman murderer, of Louisville, must die. The Court of ApDEATH'S DOINGS. peals refuses Ids motion for a new hearing. Gen. William Temple Withers, a Bob Neighbors, a Hardin county brave officer of the Confederate army Bully, attacked Editor Stovall, of the but the and an honored Kentuckian, is dead at Elizabethtown Independent, Association smallest member of tbePretB Lexington. held his own and would have done the Mr. W. J. Kindrick, an nncleof Mrs. coward up with a shot-g- un if he hadn't J. W. Alcorn and the richest man in been restrained. Wayne county, died last week, at an adXKW ADVERTISEMENT. vanced age. Ho was a member of the and a man of sterling Christian Church t.-j-i. to-da- the commonwealth. SAWED ! Bruce &, IVlcRoherts. Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Wall Paper, . - At - M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. PRICES ALWAYS HEASOITABLE. This is the season for Canned Goods, and you can find no where else a better selected stock than at T. R. WALTON'S. lee Cream Best Patent. Freezers, e, Strayed or Stolon . Scythes, Snaths and Whet Stones. On the niclit of the mh lint a LIGHT SOR-ItKPUNY 3 year old .tlth tome imall white hand Iot on hit body; it lets than 14 will payhigh, a I a natural pacer and uuilrsentle. reward (or hit returner for information enabling me to set hint, ami a liberal reward, if stolen, for the thief, with proof to convict I. A M. KELAN'D. U pony was raited by P. Crab Orclimd, Ky. he btanlcrd, Ky. 0. Gover, of A. M. Beautiful Flower Pots, Full Stock of K FOR SALE A. M. Kelarnl hat 4 ood MiIV- Cowt for tale, all thoroughbred Srorth.rnt, with calves 10 days o'.d, having hail calves within 94 hours of each ether. A good chance to set a good cow and a thoroughbred bull calf cheap, Also have some nice youaj: bulls tendy for service. A M FELAND. 37 Stanford, Ky. - i Queenswape,Glassware, Hardware, Tinware. ! My Now V. to Mr Stanford, Ky. For Hlgeins, btanford.or to me at Danville. Ky. N. HOLMES LOTTIE 31 Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. T. H. WALTOH, on Main St., J. P. Burton, Cleric. House Main and Somerset Streets. U, terms apply IBCo tly HARRY A. EVANS, CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL STANFORD, KY. Co BUPUHY9 SUMMER GOODS! Give him a Trial Engineering and Surveying in ail urancnes. j MERCHANTTAILOR Is Receiving His WALLACE E. VARNON, Attornoy ,,. Stanford, 4 -- at Law, Kentucky. Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, - SPRING AND - Will practice in all the courts of this and adjoining counties and In the courts of appeal Office over McRobcrts & Sttig't drugstore. ICEI ICE! ICEI The Long and the Short of Wei have opened an icu depot on Lancaster street and will keepconstantl)loii hand a lull supply of l'ure Lake Ice It. ji In quantities over five pound. Now is the time to make encasements for the season. f NUNNELLEY & HAMPTON. a4-t- At li Cents per Pound, J. N. MENEFEE Is a Candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of tho Lincoln County Democracy. If you buy aMcGORMACK REAPER or MOWER you are certain, to get one of the best Machines made. If you buy a McCormack Machine you can depend on getting repairs when wanted, without delay or vexation, which is one of the most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or Mower; no mistake about it. The McCormack Machine Go. have always been in the lead Sails, Shingles and Shoes For Sale, Ten Thousand I'lat Hall acd 10,000 Poplar Shingles. I have on hand Men's, Women's Misses' and Children's Shoe', made 1'V Alter, Forwood & Co. and Mundelle, which I will sell at the very lowest prices I have bought them and they must be sold. My stock is complete and those who want bargains can get them by railing. I mean businW. C. II A I L LY , Tu rnersville. ess. 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. By all means, see of your selection for the coming harvest. GEO. D. WEAKEN, Agt. these Machines before you make r,t , ct? . u It 5f jtit . wf ; , M 7 r ".?-- ' "O. r r" . vr T ,!.-- -, ; f HWMMVPVAMMVWMnnMiMiHMH -- - -- r, -- y ; "T 'ir, i t' v P f "f si "TTT y.,.r..,yty,wly y , iwi . ;;Tn; '";?; "' '"'"iVT-"- '' ft If . J 'J A Machine. IKK F. HUFFMAN, Story of Lincoln. lvey, iXesd end Sale Stabla. Mr. Edison is reported in a, conversaSUllOF.ON DENTIST, presumed to be nblo to A lawyer SrANroiin, Kkntvck, tion with a reporter who solicited his Btiggeat a dlfflculty, no matter how seem; but tho tru- ideas on tho subject of tho projected Ortic south si Jo Main, two doors above Depot St. the case may Published Every Tuesday and Friday Among by knows how to state a world's fair in Now York City, as saying Is desired and admired .best nil. done to ly great lawyer bo the things which may AT w.zB-iFBiBriisrxpoint so that oven a brother lawyer can-n- that ho would take an aero of space in enhnuco personal r According to the such n fair and completelv cover it with Sa YKAitgy beauty Is tho dally start an objection. DENTIST. "When not to paid $2.GO will be charged. io ot Ayor's Hair Yankee Blade, Stephen A. Douglas and his inventions, ot which he has no less Vigor. No matter Office on Ln.iter ttteet, oppotite Mr. Loveiov were once gossiping togeth thau 70 now under way. "Ont of tho W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. StanfordfKy. what tho color of most peculiar and now promising good er when Abraham Lincoln camo in. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. the hair, this prepaLONDON, KV Oopi) turnout) and laildle horiei alwayi lor hire The two men Immediately turned their results," said Mr. Edison, is what I may ration gives it a lusLondon li the mott convert, on reatonabletermt, machine." By means of . length of a call a tre and pliancy that Train leaves llowland at 7.00 a. m., returning conversation upon the proper lent point on the railroad to reach placer in the adds greatly to its this extraordinary invention he hopes to Ktate. 10 in the mountain man's legs. at 4:50 p.m. LONDON, KENTUCKY, chnrm. Should the "Now," said Lovejoy; "Abe's legs arc be nblo to increase tho range of vision by hair bo thin, harsh, CAPT. FRANK B.JIIEY, PROPRIETOR L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ! altogether to long, ami yours, Douglas, I hundreds of miles so that, for instance, --A. dry, or turning gray, fen-- , Thoroughly Renovated And Refurnished. Firit Vigor think, are a little short. Let's nsk Abo "a man in Not York could see the Ayor's Hair Mail train some North ...... J ipn Tliu yejr ' tures of his friend in Boston witli ns cUn Fare nl Keaioiuble l'ricsi. Diy and nighi po.nii, tine JncV,liijth, will oli1, hir. ith white South.... 131pm what he thinks of it." tho will restoro make llr tea. it hand Express train " South HP"! Trint are met b)' Polite 1'orMM ot thu Populai oil st our iaMe. mile nmili M Mtlltdieville on color, bring out a had been carried on much ease as he could see a perfr nuance ' " " North ut am Tho conversation thel)innll.ind llmtonvil pil.o, Home. ' new growth, and Local Freight North... ,3aam with a view to Lincoln's overhearing it, on the stage. That," ho added, "would South- D m Kor and prominent' ronder tho old soft clean, shiny. nnd The latter trains alo carry passengers. be an invention worthy of a and they closed it by saying: cool, keeping tho scalp NAPIER HOUSE, At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar place iu the world's fair, and I hope to healthy, there is no better preparation "Abe, what do you think about it?" time is about 10 minutes faster l'artlnz witli mare nuke tlicuvaiitn due Cvtar LIBERTY, KY., iu tho market. w:i tired y Iltitler. he bv itolti. Imrnritd (ram Mr. Lincoln had a far away look, as lie have it perfected long before 1S02." line " I am free to confess that a trial of F. W. WAItRlNNEK.PROP'R. spam. He lieu proved himilf WKIUH1 il fetter sat with one leg twisted around tho oth J K Tun Peasant and his Advisers. A Ayer's Hair Vigor has convinced too 15 MlllcdxtOI r, Ky question: er, but he rtspouded to tho it Is a genuine article. Its use has t h.Me Irmcil fit n'uve Hotel uvl rund Peasant who had Bought him a plat of thatonly caused tho hair ot my wife aud not ning It in rirttclm ityl,. in overy jurtLulsr. "Think of what?" ground couldn't make up his'miud uliat daughter to bo tocotiimcr.i! men. ! "Well, we are talking of the proper to sow thereon, nnd he asked the Advice length of n man's legs. We think yours of the Birds. Abundant and Glossy, Gfegygy are too long, and Douglas' too short, aud "By nil means, Sow Wheat," was tho but It has given my rather stunted Sire of Sallln Vajen t H ' WOOD a respectablo length and appearwo'd like to know what you think is the reply. Hay, It.'J hands hlh. SundaH; Vtlumt VIII, ance." It. Uritton, Oakland, Ohio. proper length?" A. T. K. noil?.) When ho asked the Advice of the An"My hair was coming out (without "Well," said Mr. Lincoln, "that's a imals the reply was: SIRKI) 11V LYI.I'. WI1.KHS ajS, itnv assistance from my wlfo, either). only I tried Ayer's matter I had never given any thought I lly George Wtll.es a u, tire ulYitlln j jo r better "Put in Com and Vegetables, of ouo bottle, and Hair Vigor, usingtine a I now have as to, so, of course, I may bo mistaken; but course." jij Fourth Avenue, dam Horn bj Skedaddl (tlinraMrfJibnsi head ot hair as nny one could wish for." dam .Medley by Old Waaey, b) Ilt1iie, pacer II. T. Schmlttou, Dickson, Teuu. my first impression is that a mau's legs The insects Advised thot he raise - dan b Sheltoii't rcl2raph. j ilim by Frank (tlmioii libre " I havo used Ayer's Hair Vigor In my ought to be long enough to reach from seeds of various sort, nnd the fish recom J. Dannllh Wilkes has started In fit e r.r , won family ground." Youth's Com mended that tho Land be converted into ' gard for n numncr of years, and rehis body to the thre4of them Instraiihi Iwatt and third money In it as the best hair preparation I fourth. a Pond. When Autumn came the Field know of. It keeps tho scalp clean, tho panion. Uaiitiltti WiUnlt altotho first and onlv grand-so- n hair soft and lively, nnd preserves tlm of (jort Wilkpt thit hat produced onem was grown to Weeds Alone and tho original color. My wife has used It for "Mother will Come Now." A pecua jor better Danville hat two nmre of hit get MT. VERNON, KY. court Peasant was Lamenting that he had a I0112 tlmo with most satisfactory rethntarenowin training and, barnnj- aecldentt, liar incident occurred in tho circuit will make recordt ui t or better, W.lJei, an nothing whatever of value a Sago sults." llonjamln M. Johnson, hi. D., Haul n still maintain coufidei t that Danville U'IUm vill l,wr his Ire ThttolJ and at Lexington. Sam Smith, alias William raised Thomas Hill, Mo. Absolutely in( itt Ant reputation. Charge reaionable. .iurd of a )4l( to a ii He has been timed the last who was passing by replied: " My hair was becoming harsh and dry, Daly, a negro, was convicted and senhalf in a mrriti t iol. Cial attention to the travel. u; pubt.c Moral "He "Who Takes Every man's hut after using half n bottle ot Ayer IUmille Wilkes has proten himtelf a fnebrced purity. tenced to five years in the penitentiary. This powder never varies. A marvel At. I' NEWCOMR. 1'rop., Hair Vigor it grew black and clnssy. I erand l sure to produie trsttcrt and parties can strength and wholesnmencss. More economical Advice had better have none at all." Ml Verne, Ky. nte alliance 10 ti nit projuce naw ur a tery cannot axnren the joy and c I'Uiide I than the ordinary lands and can not be sold In The proof showed that he had robbed an low prut competition with the multitude ot low test, short feel." Mubcl C. Hardy, Del an, III. who could uot speak Free Press Table. weight, alum or phosphate pawdcrt. Sold only in Italian of that city, cans. UOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., a word of English of SoO and some clothH. M'ilOBEUTS, M. D.. $20 to Insure a Living Colt. Fr.Esn Boiled Water Necessary For; lS tod Wall street. New York. ing. The money had been saved to pay a Goon Cm or Tea. All tea and codec Tlie bs.t 01 care ttfcen with rattct and xratt at STANFORD. KY. rncrAUEO nr liu usual rate, but net responsible fur accidents the passage of tho Italian's wife to this drinkers can tell by their taste if tho wa-- ; should an) occur, ' UiTiceon Lancaster Street, oppo.ite d country aud the poor man's little ter from which tho boverago is made has Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowtll, Immediately after lite clote of the season Dan Havlns removed to thit place liom Liberty, to t ille Wilkes willguinlotraininctora tastir record bv Drucslstt and I'erfumm. old boy seemed very much grieved be- not boiled or has boiled too much. Eipractice hit prufession. cads the ntirntion of the Parties that are well Informed know that the pub lie to the fact that lie will be ready at all hours thoroughbred Ixxi must l in the trotter and cause he could not get to see his mother. ther of these conditions will spoil tho flaaajr or niKiuiu antwrr out in ion or country. Dantille Wilkes certainly hat plenty of tt, his i, Ayer's Cherry Poo Cough touched the hearts of tho 12 vor of the costliest tea or the best cotlee His sadness Thirty years ofhis lite were spent in Stanford and dam dcinrf by a thoroughbred horse, and then the toral Id lit 'ri'uior demand than erer. he deems it unnecessary to tpeak ot his ability at pat m cross lie has should tend to produce fail 31. jurymen who convicted Smith and tho berry. But not every one knows the a physician and surueon A share o! the patron No prepat:itio!i or Throat and Lung and good race hortet Danville W'dkrs will make the statin at the Ksir 16 jurors who indicted him, so that each reason or how to avoid tho result. It Candidate fur Clerk of the Court cf Appeal, age ot the people of Stanford and vie nity itatVed Troubles is ho prompt in its effects, so by hira. Oroutid., Danville. W M UUK Jo I.. " agreeable to tlio taste, and so widely T1. ...!.,, P"J member of these two bodies gave SI to... ,u.....rt aw-- . fr.,1, .... . :,U."JV' '". "" """" "" ..vo.. i aiec.un aujiih, i.ic otiitv known rvi thi. It is the family medireimbursing the Italian and tho ter into a clean kett'e already warm anu wards cine in thousands ot households. at, court officers and members of tho bar setting it to boil quickly, then taking it WEI-X,- . have nu'Tered for year from a "I 1 hit notice forewarns JiuntMti, fitSermrn and gave $22, thus making up the $50 lost. right olT to use iu tea, coll'ee aud other bronchial trouble that, whenever I take others not to trp . out lands witiiout per. cold or urn cspmed to inclement weathWhen the fact was made known the lit- drinks before it is spoiled. If the water mission, at all such will h to the full. er, shown ibtelf by a very annoying '89. est extent of th law Siirnci D tle boy burst out into joyful tears and is allowed to steam and simmer aud tickling sensation in the throat and by rED T. J Htl.L. HOI'PKK. difficulty in breathing. I havo tried a between his sobs exclaimed "Mother evaporate till nil the good of the water Hoard frn June t to July t, per weeV S oo Arthur Sims, Standsrd Ni jci; by Gn Knot M. McROHKRTSJR. M. S 11AUO.HSIAN, great many but nono does so record at uith i; in i y elsssand yt in J jj class Cottage Kent from Junei to July t.per week ,t so ROUT. McAi.lS.TKR. K IIKUCK will come now I" J. is in the air, nnd the limo aud iron and well a Ayers Cherry Pectoral which First dam by Rourovn Cbiel, the sirtt if Calmar S H. HAUOIIMAN, S II. SHANKS, Hoard per week after July t... 6 o always give prompt relief in returns of MRS. HF.NKY ilAl.'OHM.vN. A M KKUAND uilj.Jil iftm h Little Arthur, Ihoroucbbrpd Three years ago Mind Reader J. Ran- dregs left in the kettle, you must not Coiuje Hem pcrwcelc afier July i 5 50 my old complaint." Ernest A. Hepler, E.T. PKNCK, JtJIlN W Iini..MUj, Will make the tcasun of 'If it hit horne,".Mipiei,' well flavored cup of tea or cof- Single Meal V C. PARHISH. Inspector of Public Itoads, Parish Ter-r- e HAVIIKN, ..... 50 dall Brown, who was a witness in the expect a Bonne, La. Hones well cared for, per wwk j"oo DV HOLMES At Sao late Bishop case, was giving a series of fee. " I consider Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a Kervbody ii cordially tnvit'J to ilt ui early Grand Opera ArtluT Stmt iiat proved lumtelf to be a superb entertainments in the most important remedy One of tho most picturesque and in the teuton and get adantace of the icducrd HULL, breeder Call and see his cults at his ho. re House, San Francisco. On one occasion remarkable bodies of water in the world rate Respectfully. A. L. Sl'OONAMORK, ' O. Addrrsi, Stanford, Ky. Wavxie ! polltan, one of SianUtrd No $jt, by Metto WVANDOTTE, . T !. .. auuuu. r to !...,,..! S&tf lie gave a seance, and announced that he - TT my the best brvd son ol Rysdyk's I havo'tcsted its curative power, inpast would produce the spirit of any person 19 nvnrv a l.iiiu 111 T.tl. n aim. in u . K. H II No. II. Hawb.ctoaian, having lor hit dam Hyannth by family, many times during the on the dome of the continent iu a de Volunteer; Jam Clara the dint ef Dexter a it; I thirtv yesrs, and have never known it called for W'illbo ts trte a few fwws at ray tta- - and Dictator, the sire of Director i;. i'haltas pression in the Ilocky Mountians called to fa!l. It will rollove the most serious bie in i.iuatter pike in tunurns i inioni, at a i "Diogenes," shouted a man from the Targee's Pass. It has au area of forty On Sunday m;ht, Decmaer joth. In tirst dam jd) affections ot t!io throat and lungs, town Three Dollar by the rtoaon, and a (w of ami. aniJ, imam it ritn y t eis.i, the sire ot I'niur- Imne- ULACK HORSK, abiul ijt to wlinthiT In children or adults." Mrs. back of the house A few moments la- square miles, nnd all around it lies snow f Stanford, Ky , a old, both hind feet flute, amall .50 tentswith Mtit llest, ll."ut grm. pjyaWw in rial iilk and Iciemuh iitU: ad dam an luhieil high, j years the prit d;e breeding ti'l the cow vauce, E. G. Edgorly, Council Blurts, Iowa. agener mare, Ac Inn grand voutig cltion-taiter raps were heard, and Prof. Brown an. capped peaks, some of them beiug the star in the fcrehead andaniDOn nose. He carries nmvet to be with tail t,i per cent, of the old Lone RysJykt Ham "Twenty rears ago I was troubled his tail, which is very heavy, a little onn tided He Tim young bull t not ,nly dftktf serv best hlelnnian No. 10. (he founder of Iho grwtesttrut philosopher's spirit highest of tlm continent's back bone. In was hitched to a nounced that the with a disuai's of the lungs. Doctors r buggy, comparatively breeditg. but is individuall) a very superior arii- - ling family the world has ever known, routsirtg afforded me no relief and considered Ho will not fail lletides the "state mat in ever) particular was rapping aud would answer any ques- the lake is a flouting island about 300 feet new, with blue cloth linings for throngb kit veins frstm i diftereni channels name $50, will give Jjj the recovery of! ducc miU cowt of tne hiwbett ekiellencc. Itoth ly RysdvVs IUmbttiUti, Volunteer, Metropoli iny case hotHilcs. I then began to use tion asked An old gentleman in the in diameter. It has for its basis a mat the horte, buggy and thief his pedigit'c and h individuality KBtri"lc this. lanaudV'IIUamWersh. JAS C KKII); Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and, before I Stanford, Ky. 97 The cattl ha.e for several Limited u is oi.proitd had Inisboil one lottle, found relief. I Tor further in front row nro?e very slowly and said: srasons taken the lead in the blooded cstlle mark- furntatuie or cardt addtust iiarv. of roots so dense that it supports large continued to take this medicine until a ctliy conmtandlng uder - bamnttr ttw hiifhett say you have tho spirit of Dio- -' trees and a heavy growth underbrush, i "You T A KLKIN. 1. ii cure way effected. 1 lelleve that Ayer's ' prices, and havlnif the capiaitt to produce more ,' -- I - '( J Lancaster, Ky ,J -- T - - ' I Cherry IVctordt saved my life." cjne3 there?" ' milk and bniler than an uthrrbrect and much These roots are covered with several feet Samuel Griggs, Waukegan, III. and as good brf. they will not Uil t raisin their ask him "Yes, sir Do you wish to ROWLAND, KV lead in popular tatur. "Six years ago I contracted a severe any questions, sir?" replied Mr. Brown. of rich soil. The surface is solid enough cold which settled on my lungs and to support the weight of a horse any-- , Dealer In- -Dry I have for sale two tine soon developed all the alarming symp"Only one Ask him if he 'has found where, and there aro places where n Goods, Notions, Hats, Cap3 sun null calves auu one grau W H MILLER. toms ot Consumption. I had a cough, that honest man yet" "a3L.L'ja house could be built. The wind blows night sweats, Lleedlng of the lungs, u.ysk icoctjc." Stanford, Ky, lloott, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware. pains in chest and sides, and was so The laughter which greeted the qut Tinw are, Furniture and a the island about the lake, and it seldom to my prostrated as to be confined THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST RCUTE broke up tho seance for that night remains twenty-fou- r hour iu the same. bed most of tho time. After trying I. M. HllUCE, various pnxcrlptions, without benefit, Ccnoral Lino of Groceries, Fr As a rule the Kentucky editor is a so- place. myphysuuii finally determined to give Fancv C indies. Canned sals me Ayer'd Cherry Pectoral. I took it, CENTRAL. KENTUOELY Owensboro, where whisky making veneers with All kinds of Produce taken in cxfiodi.&r. igoodt j Burls, used in ber man. At hange for and the effect was magical. I seemed was free and "Johnstown water" the remarkable eccentricities of grain, are T'. all Polatt to rally from the ilrst dosu of this STANFORD, KY. medicJuo, and, after using only three onlv water to be had for drinking pur excrescences that grow upon various 2825. bottles, uai as well and sound as over." i 114 tln wiitmir. rn(twnnd. ma r..u poses, not more than three or four memEcUcy Johnson, Springfield, III. SPECIAL ATTENTION MCOMMUKCiAL bers of the press association surrounded hogany, oak and ash. They weigh from travelers Horses and mules bought and old. Aysr's Cherry Pnstond, enough liquor to make them "full," 1,000 to 0,000 pounds and the largest nnd 0n DwelllB,f nUM.lloM horses and ehl les used Itt liver)'. S(nr, Mer. Only s FAST LINE UETWEEN chandiae, t , apply to the o!d Alto agent for the while many of them did not take a drink, best come from Persin and Cireassla and ria.r.uinD dt LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. where the lltiest con in tno roumi irom 10 to w cents a Pennsylvania Firo not even at the banquet WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO- Insurance Co Dr. J. C. f.?vi 5. Co., Lsv.'dl, Mas. I"-"- -' . wines were served. Hopkinsvillo . SCHEDULE IN KHhCTMAY , tiii Bold U) ...I . ... i.. 1'ricu $1 ; six bottles,!. Lightning clauses attached and damages pslil If you want to spite your neighbor, whether tire ensues or iqI. H No ;. No. 4. No ( " GEO. mtUCC, Agent. 17 GOVER'S MESSENGER. .uound. F. bun steal his chickens; if v'ou want to do him The solicitor of the treasury 1ms Ex. Sun. Dally ...... loil-Pay tt 'lion, i h;i. ' hi 53 & a deeiaion holding that thu profes- uu net ot Kindness, ten nun uiuiiersi rr tt"ITn. vw, T m t 10 a ni In p m s JS Pin. 'in Cojiper- - I.vc Cincinnati ' Hi ad dam 11Lj a tirt dam by liray U I.ve Covington t ao a m 01 p m 2 45 P m sors whom it was intended to briug over chicken cholera cure will certainly cure id n botlm. ,V. I.vc Falmouth.... ') 4S am a 1; p m 4 08 p rn He was sired by Metsellgrr Chief. r , by Metfrom Europe to take charge of the new tliem of choleia and that it is sold and Arr Paris ii 10 a m 10 aj p in 5 40 p nt LOUISVriiLB, KENTUCKY. lender Chief, sire of Maud Mfen":r, i isi Arr l.ennyton u pa p m it 00 p m 0 30 p in S .'t dam Jenuie by Lima, ad dai.i by Mambrno MasCatholic University nt AVashiiigtoii.cotne warranted bv McKoberts & Jtak'g. ' 11 aa a iu J 45 p in .enycrjjil dam by Mnmbrim. Cli.cf. th itain by I.vc Pans tlfe law prohibiting tho importap m rr wiiiLhester,.!ta 0 jo p m Imp Napoleon; 5th din by 'leuipett; 6th dam bv S under e THE LARGEST AND FINEST lleri ilidamb) Daroabv'a Diomcde: 3lh dam Arr Richmond.... "5 p m 7 30 p m nt Ashton, Kngland, III a theatre ft tion of foreign contract labor. Air I.aiiCatter. .1 4 jo p in Dy cannon a nip; otn udm oy snipp's t'jrjon. performance of a melodrama, an exa jo p m Stanford Messenger Chief wa klrtdby Abdallah Pildtji Arr tS W ti HOTEL IN THE CITY. A Chester, 1.. doctor who advised a cited woman threw her bonnet and umm um uy .iianioriuo .intcuxer; au Usui uy I.vc Richmond .. .... '5 P Mambrlnn Chief, Arc , He sired Mhud Mctumgcr, Arr Uerea i p mother to give her child sago tea for its brella nt tho "villain" on the stage when record a 16JL Abel Mannitai; Mnnnm: Air l.eln;ton... S au P' ,....1 a a.J: Rotitrt o ss aliments has been suspended from the he was strangling one of the characters. RATES S2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORD- other fatt "net. II, record a jj; trial aai,aiid M CO No. 1. 3. Medical Association for unprofes- She "brought down tho house." Abdallah Pilot - sired by Alexander's Abdul-County NoJ ING TO ROOMS. lah; nt dam lllaiidma by Mambriiin Chief. He sional conduct. He should have made a-sited I'ickarda iJjj, Red Jim and others b l.va Livingston,. S m Aleaaudet't AbJullan (tr-- of Kvtdyk's Ham-- I.ve licrca.. Bucklen'B Arnica Salve. m 10 5 ... out a regular prescription and charged Semi-Week- ly M Interior Journal A Good Far-Sig- is self-ovido- nt Beauty per ot advanok coart-hout- e r far-sig- JACKSON HOUSE. O 1 JES 1 IR; pn-j- I 0f-l- f. THE pqvAi f Int-n- Danville Wilkes 2:34,. . mus-tuc- hu WALMGE, lion's Outfitter 1 Louisville, Kentucky, HOTEL. 4 POWDER NEWCOMB well-knj- - c Pure - ' Sj-t- 1 ' Ayer's Hair Vigor, Mass-Sol- 0. 10-ye- Beat of All rao'H-lsiP- Coart-Hou- ie j i.-- r,t .1 J F. llrinklcv "' ! 91 HALE'S POSTED. proi.-cut'-! Artlaur Sim 3041, Season Opens June i, . Wyandotte, 5526. to Insure. rftm-illes- , . I HOSLTEIN-FRKtSIA- N For Home Use. !- ! Captnin Aaie i4 STOIaSIT side-ba- J . Jay-Kt.- t!-- vv - s tsjir..-reward- 1 j I J HeJsteia-rreis'- un J - J -- T--- 1 lit I (J e, tU- I I ' irriJKentuckyCentralR.R. a j jt-i- m Queens-war- ..mm lirt-cj- m m im Established am-l- FOR IITSUR A1TCE .,.. j Ken-tuckia- nit-dei-ed .... ' .... ! ' r J i I'.- -. . . b; - - V! tre du-th- -- 1 . m v I i ij-iJ;- ; 111 North-Roun- w- i o- - I 3 o ET. S- - Sftg. OR, C 0 a o for it. r r" c o n P O b sr 2 a DkHLicC? RSraHl c? O S" i cs- - S.B8 S a d a h e o s-- s s g . WM. ADAMS & SON, 4 Z.EXI1SGTON, ! KY. Mrs, I'hoebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa m m Tia tad to tee a woman groivin.3 old before her fells the following raraarkable story, the truth of which is vouched for by tne residents of the town, All broken down and bopelets when life should I am 73 years old, have been troubled uith kidney: hold its prime: I ! burden when .1 blessing the complaint and lameness for many years; could not f,.i. VllMl lit It dress myself without help. Now 1 am free from Aud lons for death to bring her release from mis- - ' pain and soreness andam able to do all my own homework. I owe my thanks to Electric titters youth and removed corn- If these poor, ditcouraged women who suffer for having renewed mypain. Try a bottle, toe and from diseatet peculiar to women could only know i pletcly all iliteave and 11, Penny a Drugstore. that health conld l.e regained by the ute of Dr Sl.atA. Pierce' Fav orite Prescription how eagerly they Is Consumption Incurable? would hMte'l to avail themselves of it. THey Read tin followinz: Mr. C. H. Morns, Newark, ought to kilobit and try It. Kvery woman who 'Was down with Abtcesi of Lunas It still healthy ought to be told about the wonder- Ark.,sava; ., . ful virtue in tills medicine and underttand that it ana irienax nnu puysicians proniuneu niu an in lici;an taking Dr. Kind's the terrible diseatet eommsn cutnble consumptive U a tufeguard against and am now'on New Discovery to her tex It it guaranteed to civ e satisfaction or my third bottle, for coniuinption, and able to overtce the work on money paid for It will be refunded. my farm. It It the finest medicine ever made.' IeKe Middleware Decatur, Ohio, says: ''Had Cleanse the llwr, stomnch, bowels and whole I it not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for con system by utinj Dr. Pierce's Pclleti. sumption i weniu na'.u uieu 01 iung irouuies Am now In bent o Was given up by doctors You Cannot Afford health." Try it. Sample bottles free at A. R. At thltseaton of the year to be without a sood re Penny's drugstore. liable diarrhoea taltam in tbe noute, a cramps, Why Is It colic, diarrhotn and all Inflammatibti of the ituiu-ac- h complaining and bowels lite exceedingly dangerous If not That prnplo linger hrg always licling f One bottle of uttcuded toot once. One bottle of Ueggs' Dtar-hroc- a aU)Ut that continual tired and lllood Maker will enUalsam willdu moie goad in cases of the Mtgi' Wood Purifier feeling, give them a good appetite, than any other medicine on earlli. Wa guar tirely remove this klud mixture of ice and suit in applied to tho tiotiofouo to head frequently, pivea instant relief in some ei ses of acute headache. It should b t tied up in a small linen cloth nnd held as nearns possible to the seat of pain. A one-hal- f, The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, TURKISH J: RUSSIAN BATHS IN HOTEL. L i sores ulcers, aalt rheum, fever rorct,tctter,chap-propor- j,ej hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup- lions ana positively cures pucs, ur uu pjy inquired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satittacnon, or money refunded. I'rice 5 centt per box. e have purclmvcd the Stanford Woolen and Tor sale by A, R. Penny, Stanford, Ky Grist Mill and fitted it with new and fim-ila- i, machinery and will begin on ZbTOTiaiES. I Renews Her Youth. ' Saturday, May 10th, iS39, To do custom grinding and carding Our Mr Huwell has ha I oier fo years' experience at the business and he has acquired a thorough knowledge of bath the branches In addition there will ueanvsner to aMi nim in oruiug tilve us a trial, Iliehiglicst market price pan fur rood wmtecorn P. HOWKL L & CO.. a3 Stunfurd, Ky I blctonlan, sire of Dciler 2 He sited Gold-Mnldati; Major Kdull 19. who in turn sired Robert McGregor 3 17, sire of Uonnle McGregor itH, &c, &c St . I.lmo, rec ,rd a , was tired by Alexander's Abdillah, damaaid tobe by Imp lkllfoiindr,,Ve. Mamhiinii Chief, tlieviuiof the second dam of Metenr Chief, Jr. sired the gre.it Lady Ihirne 2 18V, und Mambrino Patchim, wha in turn sired Loudon a o?i, anil 11 others in a.oar.d belterand also sired the dims of Guy Wilkes j Huron Wilkes a 18 nnd tlieil.unaof ij ethers uttli ricords of 3 jo and better He will stand the season of ill? at our Livery Stable Ciab Orihard at 1 smith n). 1 ArrRlchiniid. I.ve I.ve Arr I.ve Arr Sunford ,. Lancaster. ,. . 'JJ' 7 7 a in 1X1 am ,fi It Icliroond... 40 Air Parit Richmond,., Winchester. 3 3" 4 10 3 4 3 3o" I' p P 94J a in1 10 15 !(, I.ve LexTugtonT I.ve Paris ,.. I.ve Kalinnuth.. Air Covin jton. ... Arr Cincliimii ... in! b in J p m1 7 45 p in 111 a m a m S 7 am ,. 3 " P m IU 6 45 P mi 10 45 p m 9 8 53 13 a m a in a m! 3J a in! a nr 07 p m ao p m 7 3? t m 45 Pm 35 P m 111 hrrir.i iSIC to Insure a Living Colt. We ill alto stand our Jack, THE MYERS HOUSE "Ci 4 DHL! Alt-iAt when marei parted with II (i "4 Sr-VKt Black J o'nn, ins to & c flnthe.Mavsvillellranch, No 0. leaves Paris at 800, am and No. 11, at 543, Muysv lie at 10 as. am, and 8,0. in, arriving at No leaves M,v,l!e.,t 5lts a m, arriving at Paris at 7 4o,am. No. u Ieavus .Maj',vill 10 arrlvesat Paris at 405. p m. These at train, and are daily except Sunday 11 .Stfuon due urtis oovnn ... ....... ..., H. BUKNSIDE, Proprietor MARVELOUS No. 7 Falmouth 6 00 am; arrives Cincin. nati75Cam; excein Siindav No tj leaves Cinimnati 3 jo a m; arrives 111 jo ni; Sunday only. No. 3j leaves Kalmotitli 4 15 p mr "rr,,e, Cm. cmnati 6 15pm; Sunday only. Pal-mo11 7pn,JTxrcpS'Sa75,5Pm:',r'i'MF'1,n'-'- 1' No Hotel in kunuckyhas a better reputation, and Its propnetc r is determined that it tluli be maintained. He has recently added to Its apj ointments Pool and Billiard Parlors A First-Clas- s Livery Stable lit Only Oe nnlno Hvatem "Memory Trnl nln.l'our Hnolisj Learned Iu 0110 reudlng. 7jiiiiiu vviiiKirrinu cured. Evrrr rlillrl anil nclult Krentlv benefitted. Iroat inducements to Oorretpoudcnco Glsasea. Proctaa, with opinion of Ilr.,Viii. A. Ilnrn-mom- MEMORY i.' DISCOVERY. V . ton and Cincinnati. No 4 run Cincinnati and LeMtigton 1rj"N:-N- o JruntdiybcteenLexinc V.W."..' " ' '.'' Wneherter daily between ;."U.1 JUw. ... t- -. v.; ' lnA:i1 -'- rains or this line now-atrltc! a'd ,l,,Ifrom. ,h Central Union Pat.enscr ?,1,1.0 .Cincinnati, making connection points Kttt and Wett I .. .tt"!1"; -- atitee It A R. Penny, DruRgm. and regulato dlgettlon. A. It. Peony, Druggist. To accommodate the demands of transient patropnse. licit lur Commercial Travelers and others. j j , ntlilli'M.reenleitfTfloiilimoil.tlin (treat rrclio(. . . cl th nrtaiian .tjtnxxtt'. A, ' Ulclinril I'rootor, the Hrlvntbt, i.i-uuur1 tho wiirM.famnd Unecialist In Mind Pwcasot. !,, I0111. M.V.A;iir,JudK'JllM.iii, Urnjilllllr on 1 ut)irx. sent iHMt lru by Judulil'. I'coi; a. lMiHiwb:, zln xinu ato n. v, I ??'. decked to any " arauroaa. parucuiars auuress any agent ol the Co. ai. iiAuuiv, S. F. II. MORSE, Traveling Pats'g'r Ast., Oen'l PatsVrARt., Lexington, Ky. Covington, Ky. H.U HUNTINGTON, General Manner. GKNKRAL orriCKS: ChaubcrofCoiiiiuiTce Iluildliig, Cincinnati, O. '";" ""; iwiuii n. '"A'! J"K. ? r .rt '. .i"ltifc.iiV'. 1'ii.i' if fa A J ' - ,? ,V r-- :' y- .1 .. IU t 1.0 : H.'". " J. J l . '' J'f"