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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889062101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ,' JfF t Semi-Weekl- y h m 'I Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, JUNE21, d889. NO. 38 ' V. t 1 VOL. XVII. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. m. Decidedly tin most wedding tliut hns ever tnkvti brilliant plnoc In the history of Willliuiishurtf that of Hev. John Hell Gibson, of Stun- ford, and Miss Mflttlu Curd, of Hint place. 0 o'clock Wednesday evening. Nelnpureu ther time nor money lind been and the Episcopal church, In which they were mauoliusiMUiti ami wuv, wns. , being handsomely decorated with ever-n perfect sea of rato greens and laurels, The doors were opened at "S and in a quarter of an hour the spacious building was literally Jammed with friends and relatives anxious to see the popular young couple take the holy vows. Just as the clock was striking the appointed hour, the ushers, Messrs. Fryo.of Indiana, and Walton, of Stanford, proceeded up each aisle, followed by the bridegroom ami bride and Miss Mamie Owen, of Owensboro, and J. H. Baughmau, of Stanford, on the left side and Miss Faunlu O'Marra, of Williamsburg, and Joel Ktiibry, of Stanford, anil Miss Alma 0iorne, of Maysvllle, and John Bright, of Stanford, on the right. Standing under a large and beautifully rrnnmul iin'll in front of the liullllt. till! two were Joined till death shall part by Elder J. G. Livingston, iu a short but very impressive ceremony, The newly GiiisoN-Cn- , 7' ' wmam Fox.aaed 83 years, a nativb of Ireland and for many yearn u citizen of Boyle county ,'dropped dead TueHday B. Glasscock sold n few days ago to I some Harroduhurjj parties his last year's j crop of tobacco, about 12,000, lbs. for 8, cts per II). for the lot. Judging from the number and beau ,y of U uir,s flml theKaIIaut .oun(, IIl0ll (iat an; ,lt,re tQ tako J)nrt ,n tjje hou it will be a grand success, The New York Novelty Co., after playing three nights hero last week to small audiences went to pieces and had to beg the people for money on which to get out of town. to Dr. Johnstone, assisted by other phybe sicians performed a surgical operation on by week. They Mrs. Kittle Saunders Monday. removed two tumors that had been giv ing her a great deal of trouble. She Is We FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. doing fairly well. Shoes, CarIn Chicago July wheat Is selling at The dry goods merchants here have Oil-Clot78J. things down to a flue pout in the way of Bohon, of Mercer, bought of Robert making change. Bennies are used and Land, a pair of work mules for 'J!x. changu is made to a cent. One merchant cut-rat- e ., A ram recently sheared at Metamora-Michordered 520 worth of coppers not long be yielded 3J pounds of wool at one since. At first customers would hardly atSsO, be $G. wool. All-wo- ol clip. to think take them, but now they seem .11 fan Si ten., twelve, n.nrl. nji.v- Itaceland won the Great Suburban as much of them as nickels. TIU'.YP. Clhevnit Wrmetorl ,, ; , . j vi ul fcheepshead, Terra Cotta 2d, Voluti- Judging from the amount of twine aco o tauor-Suit- s aigtii, u jtm. ;t(li the farmers are buying they expect to be j A Boston sug.ir re'inery has purchas- - harvest their wheat soon, however they all-wo- ol be f Cuban sugar at 5 cents niado couple then inarched down the , 01j ton8 say if it does not quit raining they canto be sold, week right Ul, followed by the attendants. a i011U(j. not cut it atall. In passing through the jmnes Wheeler, of Fayette, lought country I observe there is the smallest keeping step to Mcndellsohn's wedding nnj jeiwun0 counties a bunch acreage of tobacco there has been for march, which had been splendidly exe- - Jn do cuted by Mbs Alice O'Mnra iluring the of i,tlift.r8 at p to SI 3.50. years. The man that has a good crop immediately took j entire ceremony, and vnted at once, a lot of cattle on this year is in luck. grass. Good water carriages to Mrs. Curd's, the mother of 7), nm.H - jit-cIaRJudge James II. Tinsley, his son Ed, I St. the bride, where an elegant reception an ia,e. Stephen Burch. Judge 0. W. Metcalf and Prof. George joei McDowell, of Fayette county, H. Dalns, alt of Barbourville, are here was given. The bridal costume consist- j train, silk dsh-ne- t ed of white silk en jj,onKj,t nbout 25 good mare mules In to take iu the commencement. Miss overdress plaited and trimmed in pure j Mercer county at from 175 to $100 per Carrie Stapp, of Chattanooga, is visiting 91. St., white ribbon, pointed lMxlice.net "leaves. ,eaa Miss Mamie Dunn. Speed S. Fry, Jr., cut rhort, and the conventional veil of The coffee crop is said to le unusu- - of Kansas City, is with his father. Miss ,j that the prices will be cor- She held in hor hand orange blossoms. ntiSii Emma Sauiley is visiting Mrs. James Traders, Horsemen and ROLLER MILLS. T? K DUfTT'DCJ Stockmen ot the counties Wood bought some STANFORD Bible and presented a pic-- , riMondingly low, unless a trust gets iu HuniiLE.-Jo- hn a snow-whit- e Chrisuiau. Misses Mattie Thompson I .... Tm.wia Hunn fnr itllt. wi Marion ,.oie, .iiiwoln, Garrard and Washing. orj ture of beauty and purity. Her trosseau , .11 L! pleasant life and well ton will nnd all tne news relating to matters of inand Mary C. Davis, of Harrodsburg, are I VPUNIUK CHIVes iruuiunmco rtW VCWJni Wlll.llllf t I consists of reception dress-- 1 bought II lot Ot Hellers anu pUnvil wife them use faten Flour made at terest to them in the 4 is elegant and A ua i)een fouled near Colum- visiting Mrs. Win. Warren 'ATT? Tnm Wood of A.U Y Stanford Call for it at your l?nilrwood and eery, and Roller Mills. not got it on n.ina, gro- - the leading paper issueu tuusdaj auu rnuayof tVhjci, XM neither foreleg nor es, church dresses, traveling dresses, tea j)UH if they have j. steers mi n i . Tinrnaurfe Central Kentucky, Tho estate belonging to the Holing i.. them to keep It. or get an order from them and each week, it per )ear aeno 50 cents and try it gowns and the like, all made ijy sKiiieii B(,0UiJurs ftd Is supported entirely ou heirs was sold county court, Monday. James Euglemau, weighing get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant lor three rnonihs Addreas U U Bojle, Uusiuess 15 . fciigieinan and interesting lainily. B. finest goods purchasa- - iU( ,jna jt 0g Maiiax'. Dauv.lle, Ky hands out of the The old residence on Walnut street was t to 700 pounds,, at 2J. V N. POTTS, superintendent , it. i.. oS Dr. sold to John Forgarty for $1,305. The sold him some cows for three lady attendants werej hie. The A mare 33 years old, owned by liandsomely attired and added splendor j sold him a lot of steers and beltMt.ar iar,,( has foaled a colt "four djoinlng w ..... -- ni.i w tvsv ..Ma guiu .uu.c? wv.. .v.. Hubble C. A. BENEDICT & CO., The nv-e- r Miss Curd, or fl.t.t two jncui.fl high and a splendid 000, at 2J. to the brilliant scene. $1,105; the property on First street sold ers, weighing about is a lady of rare ac- - looking young animal." has been in 12 Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, now Mrs. Gibson, is higher than it to Mrs. H. S. Russell for SS17; house on The'State Grauge of Illinois offers a Green street to John Ricketts for $270; months. Mrs. Johp Blanks is quite sick. compllshinents and beauty and Is known ai SJ-Stanford, ky 'VSaSSX fPIIIS preparation.without to be us lovely of character as sliu is oi .,rje 0 sjo.ooo to the inventor of a dev J. II. Otter bought the tract of lanu Mr. George P. Bright is conDned to his Jnjiiry,removcsJsreoKface und figure. She is the second daugh- ice to attach to reapers that will bind i ''eiFm0Z bed. Dr. McClure, of Casey, gave ua u Wells drilled to order aad Pumps furnished 00 10 and acres, adjoining rim-ple- s, les, Iilver-Moie- s, late wealthy merchant, Mr. A. wheat nnd oats with straw. Henry Walters sold a factory prices. ter of the call Monday. his property, paying for it $2,123. Black-Head- s, Sunburn and Bow-e- n in$100. The transportation companies are J. Curd, and Is an helrwH with her Tan. A few applications will render the The commencement exercises of black mule 15 hands high for B. Pennington bought some white corn most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and numerable good qualities. Mr. Gibson incapable of moving the Immense peach Centre College will begin Wedwhite. Viola Oream is not a paint or is to 1ms congratulated on winning the crop in South Carolina! The yield is nesday, with an oratorical contest be- of Mrs. Blackerby for $2 per barrel and With ?owdertocoverdefects, but a remedy to cote. of S. M. Spoonuuioro for of so excellent ami elegant a young reported large from all sections. heart tween the literary societies of the Col mtiio vellow nrenarations, and & George II. King sold to Herrin, of lege. Tl.ru.!.n. ulll ,.lr.Q ,1... ttvomlwa .7n. MlSS HattlO Kobinsou. inter lady and that their future is a brightone U guaranteed to give satisfaction. At rng- t tvrt, ti. kiiuio'iii ,,.,.., nra, Rockcastle-- , a bunch of vearllni: steers a stnv of about 3 months at Ml8oniue, Manufacturers of Fine Saddles and Harness, in Bints or mailed for 50 centK. J'repared by ,i.,'a none can doubt. Of Mr. Gibson it is every style to the young ana irnttimrand finish knownspecialty trade Kace I speak. His four years' pas- at $11 and a flue brood mare for $UK). C. TOLEDO, OHIO. to nquipmeatsa arcat manv visitors are in town more came home Saturday to make the . No S3 Kast Alain Street, L EXINOTON. Ky torship of the Christian church here Fur Sale, nrivatelv. mv farm of 150! i.., .,.,i ti... niltini- - - !.. ,avr Tiinnli and also tho old rejoice John s, S'atiford, Ky. Fcr ''alt M Mc Roberts ,V-iahas pioven him to be a man of sterling acres, just north of ilrKinney Station. term 0f Centre College is better than for has lost 4 young calves In the last S. O. DAVIS, worth and ability. He is u genial gen- Addrexs or call on A. C. Dunn, at Mt- -j years. The president, Dr. Young, has few days with some strange uise.ioe iThuv annear to get deathly sick at tirst, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, tleman, a good preacher and a most ex- Kiniiev or B. Vanarsdale. at Stanfonl. u....- " fcil V OU- - VUJ n,..i ....mv ,, .uno.wa rf cellent pastor and In every way fitted to The Hichmoud Climax says that . pupils will attend and live only a few hours. .Mrs. ur. MX. VKHSOX, W V. mako his beautiful wife a fond and lov- K.Oldham drove every rat from his! Owslev is very poorly, being atlocted CHICKEN Olfice next door" to Whitehead's Drue ''tore Of the amateur judges at tho T.fl- - ' ...!,1. l rnlvcK Ileury Spoonamoto iuid ing helpmeet. They were the recipients place bv mixing mustard with corn meal ',...' tu i.til...l i... H..l,tn,nv" Tnes- - Special ittention given to diseases of children or many elegant presents, Includlnga silk nnd ilistiihutinir It freelv about the itrem-- 1 tenia track, Col. Clark has ...nv - jv very line n u; . a;;-t- f. Cure ! say. lie thinks unit the rules oi jllV( Joseph fcwope soiu louuga, n'nu qutlt from the Aid Society of the Chris- ises. Cattle are steady in Cincinnati with racing shotilil De more rigidly eniorceu, ny. iso pounds, to fc. iiuuuie lor gold from the ladles tian church, $50 in to 4.15; hogs have and cited the case of Jockev Coving- - aHm Fannie Swone has purchased a new of the Christian church, a handsome wa prices running from i a jeiiico. a fair local demand at .1 to 4.30; sheep ton's riding on Orderlv as an instance! w ter service from the gentlemen attendn,i ill irlve. us some nice music. "IU keep on hand myNo iquai.tv ofyour Lii . n yaru jcarc ' from arc active at :i to 4 and lambs from i where a thorough investigation shorld soon. Dr. Travlor IS about dOllO prizing Yard 1uUii Myers' storuaud they will be attend- or S S ants nnd an appropriate present .,.. m vp been belli. He was one of the mi Mnr- - Kav has gone to 6j each of the lady waiters and a number to 0."5. Starford Ky . Complaint comes from Illinois and judges when the race in which Orderly g.)emi a few weeks at McKlnuey and we of other gifts both useful and ornament-nlAfter tho delightful reception ten- Indiana that the protracted wet season is ran was decided, but had no alternative ....rt i..r absence very much. J. G. dered by Mis. Curd, the happy couple mining the wlieat and corn crops, and when the other judges announced them- Carman is up again from Casey. 1 have secured the services ot a competent Cara. . fortius place and have the mine may bu wild of many parts of selves as satisfied with Covington's exnage Maker and am prepared to do any and a!' left at to Huesies, Carriages, planation. From a turf paper. One of An Engliidi syndicate has offered kinds of repairing me will have my personal iw uiken rooms at Mr. Gibson's former Kentucky, Including this. Work entrusted to su A few days ago a Jst. Louis wool our turfmen $10,000,000 for the Elgin Watch Factory. perviiion Aliwork imranteed. Prices reasonMr. S. J. Emory's, where Col. Clark's clear boarding place, able. WM. DAUGHERTY. MeKin-noof line sight should have caught Covington's The King of Belgium, Mr. another reception will be given them to- house purchased 00,000 pounds r, and the great Scotch night. Mr. and Mis. Gibson start out in grade Texas wool at W J cents per pound ride ou Harry Glenn, at the Louisville R. B. one of the largtst sales of this grade meeting; also some other riding there, Mr. Collis P. Huntington havo entered most propitious life under circumstances for them a longand hap- of wool ever made for one shipment. would command due into a scheme to build a railroad from SUCCESSOR TO then his censure and we predict A record of calving kept at tho Ne- respect. the Congo river to Stanley Pool, a dispy life, doing deeds of kindness for all Thousands of dollars worth of THE HATTER, braska experiment station showed that tance of 202 miles. The Belgium King M'MIOHAEL, who visit their hearthstone. Flobsie is 0 years old. "Mamma," she :hickens die every year from Choi J the average period of gestation was has subscribed $2,000,000, Mr.McKinnon Cll 4TH AVENUE, On the 20th of May, Mr. II. II. Ha- - days :ra. It is more fatal to chickens than for lil males and 279 for lOfemales. asketl one day, "if I get married, will I $100,000 and Mr. Huntington $50,000. Morgan, i nf K.nlmnk. to Miss Edith But the .11 ther diseases combined. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, husband like pa?" 200 days and the have to have a old man killed A poverty-stricke- n ......l..t.. I'twi.t't. na Kiitinlitm. ' ino 8'10rte8t period was iiscovery oi u remeay mat positivtlj "Yes," replied the mother with an his paralytic "wife at Cincinnati and ati) 'OnglSl -- JO r... ..f ,,w nluim The Nobbiest & Most Stylish ,.-will ures it has been made, and to be iiic mmij .t I. " tl... ..- -. ihuiii August Belmont led the list of win amused smile. "his own life, but had not nerve "And if I don't get married will I have tempted be surprised to learn of the event. of its efficacy only requires a Stock of - ning owners at Brooklyn with $30,5SQ to to complete the job. For nearly two botde is enough foi rial A Tho two went South with a flailing par- his credit, St. Carlo having won $18,070 to be an old maid like Aunt KateV" "Yes." ...:..,! tin. iirnmn days and nights tho murderer existed in tl t ..II f 1. It is guarchickens. ne hundred Tho Dwyers were "Mamma" afterapause "it's a tough his misery in tho room with tho corpse s of anteed If, after using it a secret from his home Iiil to keen second with $20,705. Inspector B. was world on us women, ain't it?" Bing- - cooking Ills meals, sleeping on the floor 1 bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly friends until the completion of his hout.0 their largest winning horse. hiunton Republican. niil niakinu himself as comfortable as Eer brought to the city ol Loumille, now opeu satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken ready for tho homo coming of his fair including the Tho harvest of Dakota this year possible. Cholera, return it to the undersigned negro got into a A loudly-attir- ed bride, but nowb travels rapidly and the promises to bo 35,000,000 bushels of cprn, Tho Siunoan treaty, which has been KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS .r.d iur money will be refunded. box ata New York theatre last secret was soon out. Mr. Baker is a eon 70,000,000 of wheat, 5,000,000 of llax, ratification of the And also my own importation Kor by sale McRoberts A Slisse, Stanford of English Hats night nnd threw a magnificent bouquet signed subject to tho of Dr. Haker, of Fulaski, n druggist of of barley, 60,000,000 of oats, guarantees an autonomous and Caps An elegant lino ot Canes and Lyon's while his bride is a daughter of tho artists. U. S. Senate to Miss Fannie Ulce, one much note, of potatoes and 50,000 republican of the islands, under tho Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. Fin There was a card bearing a message at- administration of Daniel Morgan, one of I'ulaski's joint control of Germany and the tho SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, Morgan is majority. Denver Times. tached to the llowets. The lady very wenlthlcbt fi'';rs. Miss Gkokoktown. Fair crowd and 200 act as arbitrati.,l..i.l huliKi tin limt i t 1. 1.. sensibly anil fitly rebuked her Othello-tinte- d United States, England to cases of ditlerences. It stipulates Gloves and other Furs, a specialt) Order outadmirer by tossing the floral trib- tor iu perfect satUfactior lb; 27 head average 728 pounds sola at 'shall be indemnified side of city solicited, order a NOMA' HAT.guaran teed Don't lail to SI ty isbafe to b.iv there is no summit to 2.74; !W head weighing 800 pounds at ute to. one side and the comedian stuck that the Germans WJUUL V looses. them in ills belt. The audieuce jeered for their which alio may uot climb. Having been :M4, at same price; calves coupler under considerWith 30,000 the presumptuous negro till he was fairsuch u good worker she will bo badly from $12 to $14.25 per head. COMPANY scientist finds: Mothly obliged to leave the theatre. Chicago ation a Hungarian missed tram the Teachers' Association. The annual s.ilo of Belle Mendeyear- - Mail. ers under 20 years of age and fathers d Literary attainments with herareciown-u- lines took place In New York Monday. under 21 have children more weakly with the trio beauty of face, mind Fiftv-thre- o It is claimed that Joe Blackburn s vig' Mum mreiiU of riper ai:e. Their chil head sold for $30,175, nil nv mid heart. May both live long and en- erago of $032. Tho highest price, $3,500, ' orous manipulation of Chandler's nuri-wa- s dren are more subject to pulmonary dis joy tho bright life opeuing before them, paid by tho Dwyer Brothois for u1 do helped tho latter in his candidacy eases. Till lieaillliesi ciumieu ui mum-whosfor Sunshine 'h tho light of all house- bay colt, full brother to Miss Ford. fathers are from 25 to 40 years of by the Xew Hampshire for U. age and whoso mothers are from 20 to holds. - legislature, worus, uaiuuer lupti.er At II. M. Vatlo's sale at inuepen30 years old. & In Ganard county on tholUthatthul(l(m,0 ( .m0., 20 female shorthorns waved his insulted earbefore'thelegisla . m V. Lawson of Green Siress, J. The Pride of Woman. 5185,75, nud 8 bulls 137.50. John tors and they applied Senatorial salve to npjj HUSTONVILLE, KY A clear pearly and transparent skin is always a and Mibs l'utsey iluddlebtoir.attendants, LEXINGTON.KY. nyoa nn,i c. C. Platter sold at Bed Oak, it. Only a Kentuckian could be oxpect-e- d and all persons troubled with Are still in the business ami ready t, d ary to pull a man into tho Senate by the .sifti of pure blood, qr Joseph LawBOU and Miss Flora Salliers, j0WU M femu(.H tmt averaged $80 and thing lo the Undertaktnir line We ha e a full kln can rest asMoulted dark, sreasy, jellow and Miss' Batio Lawson. 13 ), strict of Caies and Caskets ot all kind, and Kobei I Tho Crulckshank ear. Covington Commonwealth. nt $i72.;W. Boy sured that their blood is nut nf order. A few doses of every decnption Our hoarse, uh.ih u nearly j conn-- 1 lH,j( prjnc(, 0f Orange, brought $000. IHood l'urilier & lUioil Maker will of l!es' new can be ubiulneil vn short notice Mr J II Mr. Lawson Is a citizen of Lincoln ili cause and the ikln will become clearand Gretn liascharsreofetir buin44 and will chow. Four hundred monuments havo ty and is a steady, bober and hard work-- 1 - tnnspiitnt. Try it, uihI Ifaatlsfactionitnot chert nur EOods lo any one necJisir auythmu in our noted- - actor, died been erected on the Gettysburg battle- It wlUeoit you wMn-j- . It U fully wamnwd. A Hae.- sasgytfla5fea o.tf ing young man, while his bride is said' -J- ohn Gilbert, tho R. IVnsy, l)ru;aisl. Held. New York, aged 79. at to bo both handsome and industrious. ', I .'"" Wolford, treasurer of IxjuIs- vllle, celebrated the 57th anniversary of hi miirrinire Sunday JuduuT. J. Scott, of Kichmond, nnd MM Ida Weleh, of Nifholiisville, veio married W dneaday. jir. j0m o. Tucker mid Miss Knn-a- t nie Cash were married at Hev. A. J. t)auherty' on the lltth MiM &xrAx Crow, of Jackson, 0., was teccntiy marrieo u a .ur. niiwiu, minister named Gosling olhciating. Six members of the stall of the lunta Constitution married last week Grady decided tfa,lH0 Kditor-in-Chle- f tnnt timrragt was not a failure, Hon. W. T. Tevis, of lllchmond, and Miss Belle Boot, of Breckinridge county, were married on the 12th. The affair was a pi ofotind secret and took the public here by surprise. Climax. -- Henry PANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY, GREAT CUT-RAT- E SALE) ' 1 THIS WEEK AT THE t LOUISVILLE STORE I The g7'eatest hs, aid in shopping is find the House which keeps the best, greatest variety and asks the lowest prices. And that can easily latest, visiting the Louisville Store this ascertained have gone caret ally through our stock in each department and .re Bats, Caps, duced every article in Dry Goods,. Clothing. Boots, pets, Matting, Trunks, $c. Look J .I1 o-,- to J t, prices in Clothing: Men's Suits which were sold $5.50 and $6 will sold for $ this week Men's Suits which were This lot is all sold at $7, $7.50 and S8 will sold for Suits which. j'iT sold fit v.vvww. v", our maae villus, ana teen aoliars wuv mis weeiojur will sold correspondingly low. All Children's Suits which were snlrl at 32 and 82.50 will sold this week for SI. 25; Children's were sold at three jive dollars will this at two Suits which Remember these figures are only good for this week dollars and a half. and not purchase until you have seen our stock and learned our prices. at our few n-nr- v.y,: t;"";?; f I ,- d j THE LOUISVILLE STORE I Stanford. Main SALINGER, Manager. ny ,u.... .... i.Jijijlil0, r,tf lt " T"'' ULAlJll, t..i. ri. fr w lOJVIOLACREAM of 41-1- II. WILSON, "ru. I !.,.. mr .. 1 .- ... THOMPSON BOYD, I i ; G. BITTNEB ir t CO. II f- j -- " ,.-;- ..., I i W ANTEH5 Cholera lll ,- " , i I ,, t i. Attention, Coal Burners. tt s .. -- 1 .i, 1TOTIGEI JO r s.i: n, ship-builde- GEOGEGHAN, 4i '81 .. iio -..- con-zince- d I HAT world-reuown- ed J 50-cen- ts -- 9 two-third- SSZS.ii.!-..4- - .$&" Lar m CREAM e aver-residen- J. T. STTI'TOIT CO., . ...... ii'y ,. 1 I .i ' K - ! JS. :-- r: liy- - .i" . .. i j r"-f -i SESLJJZBr 'iorw yf 1- ' - ' e "f !. BE? ' IMB;I'3 t rf3p -- 3.3 .'ippjiuM y .' V, frj$K?i a ! im 1 ' jbh)w 3 j' T! ' J A. C SINK Three men were killed in a wreck ncar'Stoti- on tho Pan Handle raihoad Semi-WeekInterior townTidings, btnlla skull fractured by of theAshjandltepublicftn, has Ohio.h his brother, because decided in his favor, the juiy returning bcnville, Will Stowers and -t- tohn I). Uockcf.Mler, the, Standard guilty" in ond minute Mr. Givan voiced the sentiment of the a verdict of "not Cricsurt, whose income is said to bo Juke 21, 1889 community in demanding that the mys- after noln to their room. Most all such Oil fWVl Stanford, Ky., ill "0 W .. (..! r unu n no honest jury terious death of Mrs. Showers be inves- suits result that way, as n publisher for giving a country produce store in u little Ohio I.athw, tigated by tho grand jury. It will be will ever punish well nuthenti- - village 25 years ago. W. F. WALTON. T.nnmiii.nrrtl that Mrs. SliOWOM WHS what liu coneieves to bo Bicomio, an Italian, who withAntonio found dead in her room n few weeks cited statements in good faith and Mouldings, Brockets and Scroll Work, The court of appeals, was released fiom prison, having served Ip her vitals. It was out malice. since with a bullet DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Bennett, who we supect n term for stabbing his wife, went home claimed that she had committed suicide, through Judge ASTD newspaper, nnd crushed her skull with n flat iron, For State Treasurer, but suspicious circumstances pointed to haB a grievance against some Cedar and Locuat Posts, STEPHEN G. SHARPE. decides, however, that the simple, publi- killing her instantly. her husband, Will Showers, as her . We w.ll currv 1 II io k nf cverr'hitijj t fitt ' t it ' ".I ltov. 11. W. Meminger. son of tho A C MM ll.iMnon Mdoiutr The demand for an investigation cation of an article derogatory to tho itItcpmentAthc, Lincoln County. For Secretary of tho Confederate Treasury, malice in could not hurt tho husband if not guilty, character of a man Implies RICHARD C WARRHC Episcopal published tho and rector of tho but his cowardly attack on the editor, self, even if the editor church in the town, is to be appointed advertising matter. ! who is old and in delicate liealth, has communication as The signal defeat of prohibition in added to the belief that lie is guilty and E. E. E1.M8, of the Cairo IMily Tele- postmaster of CliarU"town, W. Va. has Mrs. John Soopnmn. of Adair, Pennsylvania Tuesday shows thnt the reduced the slim number of friends that gram, is publishing an exaustivo and en- given birth to live children in lhe last enlightened thought of the country is have championed his cause since the of letters telling what KKKT' Sl'lXiHt all ll. ni Set nninet miinnttliirv latB of ally kind. It death of tho beautiful young wife. He tertaining series while a guest of the 17 months, twins once nnd triplets the White Swelling, Syr.in!it ire ittitMi in,lt'iwtr iu(l Ntr.-.(- . ifuU, I !rrr, I'.mp.ci. I'l.rrtffil Thfot, 111 it. A I'nct fi ptr net . ho saw and heard other day, the nggregato weight of the HA Ih' IKO.N HIT 1 KS it the io ulcuant to ukt of nil Ihr Iron tnmc It curci I)v.ftla to so express itself is a drunken young brute apparently tit was the eiphtli State it cle a kctnapptlltc. inn.hu the b.ixwl, irciilnici the Hvi r anU unporta iw rr.crjy to the ciuicIm "Kentuekv Press Association.' latter being 20 pounds. Spectator. po Trior Si p.r Uttlf uml ticrvout nynnii in each the majority has been and for any kind of crime. fiAI'LI! !''! WeiRM VRIT it1 of the tent worm Villen and upclltr Uwn to tSe Tho remains of John Sevier, Tenoverwhelming as to leave no donbt about Tun prohibitionists have nominated a nessee's flrst governor, were removed per profti.Mm and fiertf it rcCfinmtndt itwif. It it t cnutni to lake, afc and itlinblt. Trite ij Two circuit judges have in the last few tottlc. The charge will Jessa the will of the people. Liver Conplaii.ti, InpalrrU li;etlofl, Sick Headache, eiAll.lFPS MAGXi riC on the im- democratic bolter named Nayoin from an Alabama eottonticld and taken Ac. Acu (iicalhartK If e TILLS for allSui the money of tho liquor weeks expressed themselves m pir be made that the eircumfetaiiees Manufaiturrd ant1 li r U to the truue by the portant matter of iiualillcntion of jurors mine county. Under to Knoxville, where they will be men did it, but it will hardly.be claimed stive. forming opinions based on newspa- his name is somewhat suirgi They had lain there 75 years. WIIJUL1MSISURG DRUG CO., Ky. that there 220,000 men in Pennsylvania afterreports. Judgo Boyd, the mighty Buildings are springing "P "kt' bought up like cattle. That per who can be NEWS CONDENSED. magic at the boom town of .Middlebor-ougman of tho mountains, &ays that n man is the total vote against the amendment who would form an opinion on nny subJohn W. Gridcr has been appointed Cumberland Gap. A large hotel, and the majority is stated at bakery, restaurant and a livery stable not, however, ject from newspaper statements is unrit postmaster at Waco. Temperance men should for jury service, while Judge Morton, of G. W. Isaacs will take charge of the 37x100 feet were commenced last week. be discouraged by this startling result. Lexington, declares that one of the high- Woodstock jKistoffice. After three days' work a jury a Experience has taught those, who will Six petitions for divorce were grant- obtained in tlie trial of O'Brien at Lexhigh est qualifications for a juror is the fact take the trouble to investigate, that ington for the attrocious murder of his that he has formed an opinion from what ed at Louisville Monday. license and stringent regulation, thorb bus read in a newspaper and that a The C & O. will run a $10 exclusion sweetheart, Bettie Shea, and it is now in oughly enforced, is far more elective in of tannine an opinion is from Louisville to Washington progress with a dozen of lawyers repre- DRUGS, B00K3, STATIONERY, dealing with the acknowledged evils of man inctpable . - senting the accused. prohibition either not fit to be n juror. In tho present state the liquor traffic, than Among the new postmastersappointFANCY ARTICLES, &0 of matters, we are afraid to say, of conrte. The Louisville A Nashville railroad in constitution or statute. Practical ed Tuesday was Jameb S. Ogdeti, at Ash- is nrranging to give every roller mill man rhytlcUntprcicnr-tioi- t that Judge Boyd has erred in his opincc rattly cgmpcpxi'ed. men see this and are meeting the quesland. displaying ion, but to a man under indictment it aged 40 and weighing employed in the Birmingham district, fp John Lewi, v' tion in a business manner, n looks very much like Judge Morton's is 040 amae" xlW pounds, died at Klmlra, N. Y., this who has a family in Pennsylvania, thereby more Bense than sentiment, the sensible and practical view of the week. chance to go home this summer and BL more temperance than fanaticism. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES. subject. 2to spend a shurt while. Of 524 houses at Johnstown a., granite A Culpepper county, Wiiex a young woman at Sew Orleans s were completely wrecked in tho late catCLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. The roughest law on the quarry secured the contract to furnish was discovered by her family to be in a signed in Mis- astrophe. has been passed and Ever brought to thi market Prtcet lower tSm of granite', condition permissible only to married la- souri. It is intended to curtail as much the lownt. Watchen, Clotk-- and Jewelry Ite. The Kentucky Medical College at Louisville with ;0,000 tons Wed 10,000 lintel feet of curbing and 50,000 dies, she laid her trouble on her eousln, as possible the attractiveness of the sa- Louisville graduated paired on ihertnottce and warranted. feet of flagging, at J'UK), about $2 per ton Henri Favrot, who was compelled to ' loons by making it a misdemeanor to nesday night. tlmn toriner pr.ce-s-. marry her. lie refused, however to live keep pianos or any other musical instruNewton G. Moore omirdered. his Miss Hattie Campbell shot nnd fatalwith "her ami the poor girl smarting; tin- - ments in them. Billiard tables, bowwife and committed suicide at ly wounded John Williams at Sardis, der her ruin and the lie she had told, ling alleys, pool tables, boxing or wrest- - Late Cityf Col. was proended her earthly misery by micide, lint, fftnti.afe nra nlan itrnlkiliitf.il. This John Urmstead. a well known to- Miss., just after the benediction saying that her husband i8 a Btep ln the right direction and if bacco man of Lexington has mysterious- nounced at the church tliey wvre attendleaving a letter Dealer In ing. She claimed that Williams had was not the father of bcr unborn child I(raclJcal tem,icrance UK.n are permitted ly disappeared. talking bad about her. nor in any way responsible for her trou- - tQ wwi tUe ev ,a ft Imu.tic.,i waV Two men were killed and 100 Injur- been Cloverport i wild over its natural We. She refund to divulge who was, t,ore wn gQ0l curtailment of ed by the wreck of a work train near e g.is find. Trenton rock was struck Sat- the guilty person and the secret was bur-- 1 t pog8jUe ' STANFORD, KY. Birmingham, Ala. 000 feet, ami One more unfortunate led in her Judgo Win. Lindsay was nominated uiday night at a depth of Own pious president strains at a gnat when the drill had penetrated it but six has gone to her doom, while the author for State Senator at the Lawreneeburg inches the gas began pouring out at the Tlic.-unrgcN- t, goes Scott free of punishment and swallows an elephant. He would convention Monday. Kent oMier ruin nnd lives to wreck the happiness, per- -' not start to the New York Centennial on "Wall During the week just oloifd the rate of half a million feet ier day. 1 A tumor weighing 111 J pounds was haps, of some other confiding woman. Sunday, but waited until a. m., I5ank of England received nnd retained to correct this day, yet he spends his Sundays recently $40,2o0,000 in gold. removed from Mrs. Mary Brown, it paowes it to itself Potomac-likeltient nt the St. Joseph Infirmary, Louis- Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers Stock is difference of responsibility, but it is not in steamboat excursions on the Young Bates was held in $1,000, full and complete. Wc call special attention to our to do so as long as pure women and Chesapeake bay, thereby requiring which he has not given, for murdering ville, nnd, strange, the woman is now nbie to sit up in her bed. The tumor permit such rakes to keep company with! dozens of men to break the Sabbath, John Bartleson at Monticcllo. IBl IlT0-STaTTCT' Consistency is a jewel the g. s. of his g. growing since childhood. them. The Central University, in its Louis- had been seem to possess. f. does not While bathing in the Genesee river : ville department, graduated 50 medical The best Casket of the kind ever invented. In running a preacher for the legisia- with Sullivanand Muldoon, Martin Laux, ambition, but it is and 15 dental doctors this week. ture the prohibitionists violate no lawt We have no such of Buffalo, wastakenwith Embalming: under the most approved method when desired. Thomas Heaton, aged 77, who had a young lawyer either constitutional or statutorial, as pleasant indeed to have our old friend,. cramps and drowned liefore the eyes of against running J. P. Cozine, of the Shelby News, pnb-.- two sons to go by the same route, comthere is no inhibition J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalraer. the great athletes, although tlie'y tried to ..,.. r niiitii for amthimr lish this: "We nominate W. P. Wal- - mitted suicide nt Milldale Saturday. of their lives. TIih Western Union has absorbed rescue him at the peril in sight. They have no idea, of course, ton for President at the next meeting of The third annual session of the KenHe richly deserves the Baltimore & Ohio telegraph compawill the Association. that they will elect him, or that it tucky Chautauqua Assembly will be ever become necessary for him to resign this honor, not alone for the hard and ny and is again monarch of all it surheld at Lexington, June 25 to July 5. A labors as tecretary, but because veys. call to preach, which he thankless the he is one of the brightest and most After a long delay the adjusters splendid programme has lieen prepared claims, to take a political office, or they MA-OIhave agreed to give Jbck Chinn 20,000 and low rate's made for the visitors. The might have been more particular in their fearless editors in the State." he held on his railroads will also make liberal reducchoiceofawndidate.ButasBro.Mont-- ! TIE Sultall o( Turkey bag done a of the f2,000 insurance tions. house. The Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul handsome tbinK in contributing $10,000 !? Dilger added further to his Charles v j Z: for the relief the Johnstown sufferers. miserable record by assaulting his attor- Railroad Company has executed a mortluiuuiuuuu m. aooui, so iv is uwira Th Hch Queen of Knj.lan(1 ami Empress ney, Ben Bobbins, who, he claimed, gage for $150,000,000 to the United States . ....-- , inaiinsirumcnv Trust Company, of New York, which of Ule DMth PobseebjonB contented had sold him out. legislature, be eligible to reimjnibered b a9ny Virginia prohibitionists are still will be used in wiping out all other inThe . while ho exercises the functions of his 8yinpathy whid) doebn,t wiggling. They are to have a State con- debtedness and in building a double ' calling. count much in such an extremity as the vention in Luichburg July 17 to nomi- track. Heavy rain and wind stotms have says no democrat ' people found themselves, Collector Felano nate State candidates. done much damage to growing crops and need apply for office under him. There-- ) , Miss Mary Colter was found dead in we "lve ht'fd notl:'K other property in Kansan. Hi vers have mark seems to be uncalled for, since it is1 Spencer county with a bullet in her hardly .opposable that a democrat bout the Senatorial aspirations of Mr. head, fired from behind, by some scoun- risen far above their banks, flooding lowHubble, of Lancaster, we suppose lands. Uniontown has been almost comworthy of the name would so far forget J drel as yet unknown. he has concluded to let Judge pletely washed away and several Hvch himself. This does not prevent them, -S- ince August 3, 1FS7, 5171.207,200 for the nomina-the- y have been lost there. holding on to the offices ridge have a from of 4 anil 4J per cent, bonds have " ' lhe mocrats should worthpurchased by the government, at a There remains but about $15,000 in have as long as they can and togi ve "on n Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture bear :n mind the action of the district been the hands of the pension agent at Louisup only when tbev are kicked out. itili total cost of $197,031,218. ville to pay over $200,000 in claims now and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as ouch goods to be fired simply committee and be prepared to conform no discredit to a man The governor has fixed July 31 as 5t due. In consequence of this there will can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be confor political purposes and we hope every t0 on that day. the day Dilger must die. Ho had already bo no new certificates or increases paid vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. er, guager nnd, Tun toils aie gathering closer and fixed that day for Smart's execution, so democratic n until tho first installment of the walking papers ci0ber around Thos. O'Brien, the alleged Louisville will have a double hanging. what not will wait for his for is received. of the Westthe new collectors by resign- - uiurderer of bis wife, and if Lexington and not aid George Beyer, Secretary During a most terrific storm, which ing. , is not treated to a hanging shortly it will Ulmllei thethorteit, 0 houri qwiekeit betweeo ern Shooting League, while out hunting passed over the western portion of Puwas instantly killed Tuere is no telling what a man will be because the jury selected fails to do near Indianapolis discharge of his gun. laski Tuesday, much stock was killed duty. The ciicumstautial evidence by tho accidental come to that is mean enoimh to desert New Orand ZI011 church was completely wreckuU., u Uk. In a game of base ball at Sunbright, He is fit only for 0l uuKuui 10 u uuiii the democratic nartv. .MUMMgfel.1 ed, as was the in that disTenn , Walter Staples, the umpire, stab ,OBc .tntAwma nml snoils and if I.h " ie cnain is missing. Entire Train. Run Throu8h Without Chn(fe( mid trict. The residence of Frank Phelps doesn't get the latter, he occasionally j Tiie nomination of R. H. Tomlinson bed David Hall, a player, to death was unroofed and one end blown out. suicide, j for tu0 legislature from Garrard is a cap-P- escaped. Cause, a quarrel over the ends a miserable existence in THROUGH CAR SERVICE The railroads have made a rate of Irish politician, jtai one. He is a capable man, a sound game. Ward, a one fare for the round trip to teachers efOUsl,il0Cd?7ri,I,'o.t VMmtn K0'' Bulf. W. G. Overstreet has sold tho Hart of Chicago, and a warm supporter of democrat and just such a man as is ,o Nc County News to J. E. Puckett nnd D. A. desiring to attend the annual meeting of Tilden and Hendricks in 1870, killed ueeded at Frankfort. The people of Munfordsville, who will the National Educational Association, nu VCinnatt himself a few days ago over disappoint--j Garrard are no doubt of this opinion and McCandless, of to taeku.nv.lt. u wl. "."W . t? V.Y "" .'" .". remove the paper from Horse Cave to which is to be held at Nashville, Tenn., Louii . .. nient at the tallure 01 tne presment, to wjjj eject him by a rousing vote ' urnan via M.W O. and cneiT. St. & G. E. V. Tickets will be good for reJuly that place. whose party he nau ueserteu,togivo aim Condemed Schedule in Effect March 31, 1885 Georgo Hlllyer, superintendent of turn passage until September 10. ir.wn:rimi Wanamaker draws the line at puban office. Dan Roland, aged 25, entered the , is dead, lishing a democratic newspaper. He has the Now York BKjVDDOWN. ItKAD UP. The convicts in the Eastern penitenti j nreu u. jv. u ejs, ut iiiu suiuuu pusiui- - aged 70 years. Ho was appointed to the room of Georgio O'Banuon in Owen IKAl.Na MIUHi TraTnsn77rt llT ary of Pennsylvania have set the tnon ' of Daniel Web- county in the night time and after chok4l.4 rcasuii. cu J. ...!I1 i. bvcu position at the request uu No. i. iv uce tur luub iu No. 4a, No. 2. "JJoTTT No. 6. ing her and wrapping a sheet about her No 7. io. 3. No. j. Daily, STATIONS. favored of humanity an example of charDailv. Daily, Daily. Lim. Daily Fatt our friend James It. Marrs didn't ster, in 1844. Mm. Ex. Sun Lim. Ex, Sun, Daily. Daily. Ex Lim face, accomplished his hellish design nnd to go unheeded. Of that ity that ought not Dally. Nathan Swartz, a young Jew who quit the Advocate too soon for this Phar A rv 640am 64a pm 17 am 4 03 pni Scop in 733 mil ve...e.inciiinati 1013 am 3 30Pro. their scanty earnings they have contrib- isaical and hypocritical administration. disgraced his family by marrying a pros- made his escape. The entire population 953am 47Pm, 9 3 P" .wii,iamnown..j, ve 5 13 a m 8 30 a m ja p m ....Ocorgetown,., search of him and a reward 1059 am 7 01 pm 1039 pm 4 mam uted $322 to the Johnstown sufferers, 74m 1131pm titute, ended "his miserable career by turned out in pm 1033pm io5n LcxinKtcn. 348 a m 4 13 pm 7 00a m n lop n of $500 has been offered for his capture. n 30pm 7 33 while hundreds of localities upon which I.ve. Xou. .S. R. R.. ,.Arr. His friends, nnd that includes every suicide when placed in the Louisville Uur in. Art.. .Uv. The Pennsylvanians adopted the bus smiled have not given a cent. God member of the K. P. A., will regret to jail for forgery. 8 45 pmliacaa mil 17 am Lve ...IIurL'i" ..Arr 55m 3 Jop m 3 So am 10 30 p m learn that President E. Polk Johnson a 3 am Joseph Smith threw a rock at a pass- amendment to repeal the lawv making i3Pm 8 59pm, J 10 am 12 jo prr. .....lianville 5 jo am 1031 p m poll-taRhode Island voted yesterday on the has been suffering intensely from cona 36 a m a 53 a m Junction City., pm 1130 a mj n 43 ni 13pm 9 10 requisite to jaoarn 0 ao pm ing passenger train on the Shenandoah the payment of a a 03 a m Somerict 00 pm 300pm 05 a ml 15 p m 8 30 a m 1 lestiou whether tho inoperative prohivoting, which has so long been in vogue 6 jopm rn 4 13 a m Oakdate 3 33 a gestion of tho lungs since his return to Valley road in Virginia which rebound9 33 pmiii aja m 4 3Jn bition clause of her constitution shall be Frankfort from Owensboro and pray for 825am 640P m Ar'v. Chattanooga L've 0 jo pm 7 53a m 00a m instantly there. Both the political parties worked 1000 pm ed against hishead, killing him 9 10 am 7 0op m L.'ve.Chatlan(Kga,., Ar'v 7 35 a m a 00a m repealed and while there is no mistake o pm 949pm Ar'v......,AttalU, ...... for the repeal as the law was a big bur m 4 47 his speedy recovery. we are glad to say. ......M.,..., J 45 pm 1145pm L'vt... ilirmineham.. about a majority of her people being for ..Tuicalooia 006 pm 30 a m ,..! oaam J...H,.,., Charlotte Allen, aged 70, living den on them, having been obliged to Mrs. a 4 a rnur'v....Mtridian fact that it will require a ,l.'ve its repeal, the it 93 pin liooop in Foraker says he is not a candidate to has confessed pay the tax of over 100,000 voters yearly 030 a m ri 00 a mJAr'v,New C)rlcan.. .L've 4 13 am 3 3SPm majority to chango tho luw succeed himself as governor of Ohio near Washington, Ind., ,Ar'v 3 10 a m L've,,M.Meridian 0 40 pm whose body to secure their votes. the murder of her husband, ackton,,..., .Ar'v 9 to a m L've.... 6 10pm may continue it on the books. and will not accept the nomination. But 11 as a m Ive,...Vickibiir((...- September, 1880, tied to a 400pm was found in A prohibitionist friend writes ub, askMrnroe 4 35 pin L've Little Breeches is somewhat of a liar 1.....V U)UI 830pm Ar'v....Shreveport ....1 00 a m The president has not named tho dis- himself and cannot always be taken at tree, the throat cut from ear to ear. ing why it is that if prohibition does not -- It is said that $1,000,000 has been prohibit, tho liquor men raise funds to trict attorney for Kentucky, but we will his word. No. a, Pullman Boudoir Iluftet Sleeping Can, New Orleane to Clclnn subscribed in San Francisco for tho pro- - defeat prohibitory legislation. wager two to one thnt George W. Jolly Don't Shrevcport to Chattanooga. New Orltant No 6, of four majority against prohibition at ill posed cable between Honolulu and San know friend, unless it is that tho liquor Train No. 8, Mann lioudoir Buffet Sleeping CartCar Chattanooja toto Cincinnati The get it. Judgo Wickliffe's term Pullman Roudoir and Cincmatiind iln.,. JCk" Train but the the term fated Johnstown was six, thereby show- Francisco, and that the work of laying men don't like to da a rnnlrahnnd Imai. .onville to Cincinnati, via W. & A. and E. T jUjG. yeaniexpiredinMay, within 18 nes or surrender the traffic to the drug- " for which he holds a commission will ing that the people are satisfied thntthey the cable will be commenced JOHN C.GAULT, General Mana.er, Cincinnati D. G. EDWAItDswiTa'Adkt" wigi. gists. Mansfield News. , Ohio. have had enough water for the present. months. not expire until January next ly 91 journal T. S. UiVAJf. editor of tho Elizabeth- - A uiiel suit against J. M. Huh", editor K MENEFEK. Just "been SINE & IV1ENEFEE, E0UGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, Shingles, Elc, SSASK, BOORS AND Br.XNTS tD SLAT FEITCE, FATEITT WIBI I . -- nmr-dere- r. ' . high-tone- d l F The Great Remedies : - 1 11 rned-U- al rein-terre- d. 1 Williamsburg, h, t 1SS.-J4- Aa Mo P. I DBTJGGIST FENNY 9 -Hr 5c J"B"V7"BIjE3-- . ZVtfB l(S&K?5S) V f'.t UraRSBKj saloon-keeper- j r ft , ilJ)o oBitJBjfe SSISS Ko WEAKEN. i 9 Furniture and Undertakers' Goods! i bo-oni- . v Mon-Socie- ty ' Cheapest and Assorted Stock of Paper, Border, Celling Decorations and Window Shades BTJUXAX y CASZIT, X I - t God-give- n SEW FURMTURE STORE! JHrFFMAK. PJR'DP. :r,TZS"Z" i"j her-ersha- ll n . - '"" fiT K fa - f Breckiu-howeve- r, walk-ove- r store-keep- appre-priatio- If r 18S0-D- 0 PBlT7PyTlil Cincinnati and school-hous- e leans. at well-know- n j cVat.o0",';' "" L 10-2- 0. custom-house- .C I 1 - , 1 x 1 1 1 1 I 4 1 I 1 1 i tw;o-third- a, O in? J T f LLWiV iijr2j tyguy TWuHB "'I ?fR&Wv tt, o t fWtSMI sn X K !V .SWvewp "i- - ? Semi-Weekly InterjorJournal Ky., Ju.vk 21. 1860 O.sr Kood socoiut'linnd mower for sale. Mi'tciilf ite Foster. Stanford, Kcytiis, Biintlif, crvnin freezers, Wulton'H. It. C. Waiikk will Tiik Cotutnenceuient Hop nt Danville Wednewlny nijjlit was very largely attended from here and olHuwhere and proved a memorable occasion. Eiehhorn furnidlied the music. Courier-Journa- a.c.WALTON,Bus,ManQKer MEANS pciil: nt the Court-Hou- se July court day, nt 1 o'eloek. Cam. ntour store and wl binder twine nnd iniichlne oil. Mctcnlf & Foster. BUSINESS. Watch eh nml Jbwelry rejialred nntl Si'kakino. Hon. Fontaine Fox Bob warranted. A. It. Penny. Lanijiietii'k Gnrden .Sccdu freh and bin will speak at F.uhauks Station toin bnlk or iHickne, At A. It. night, June !H. Indies invited. 15 .. renoy'H. Tiik best plneo to buy druf, patent iXinT.A black silk purse on Crab Orineilichu'H mid toilet nrtick'H i at A. It. chard pike ni'ur Mis. 11 elm's place. lViinv'e. Luy yonr school book, Ink, tablet?, Finder rewarded; return to this office. paper, pencils and school supplies of nil The West lCnders should turn out In kinds from A. It. Penny. force and give It. C. Warren a hearing PERSONAL POINTS. afternoon. Hpenking at 1! Ellis, colored, and Sam Itose, white, of The Rev. Mr. Spurgeon, the great Bap o'clock. . Mjwj Iva Smii.kv is visiting friends in Itockcastle, in which Ellis was fairly rid- tint minister, of England, lives on a magTwine for binders nnd n number of dled with bullets, nnd will die. Robert nificent estate, having parks varied witli lloylc county. Mn. ani Mks. .1, M. Ki.uho.v were vlnlt-In- brand new buggies for sale cheap. Call Jtamsey, n bystander, received a stray lakes and streams and adorned with FOR SALE BY earlv and take first choice of the buggies. bullet in his knee, making a very severe statuary and conservatories filled with Mi Mary Jones. wound. Tom Dillingham, colored, was rare plants. His stables are as tine in Mit. 8. F. Oahtkii, of Texas, is visiting I. M. Bruce. t arrested for selling illicit whisky. The arrangement and appointments as the his uncle, Mr. Kd Carter. Birth. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bryant, of lodged in royal establishment at Windsor, and his of Lexington, Mr. G. T. Hkjcii.viiotiiam, are rejoicing over their tirst numerous prisoneiB have been Gnrrard, was here yetterdny. coachman sports a gorgeous livery. as fine a young jail at Itichmond. born Jnuies Itobertson, , Mim Lucy Duncan, of Wayne county, ster as ever saw the light. Their LinCHURCH AFFAIRS. Judge Durham is n good man nnd n is visiting Mrs. T. D. Xuwlnnd. coln county friends send congratulations. .. Mrs. Chai'Man Coleman, of Mcrccrt Eld. J. Aug. Williams will preach solid man. The Times will support him with pleasure If he Is nominated for any The finding of four- - fiv-e- six- - seven- - for .Mr. Gibson next Sunday. Ib visitlnc relatives In this county. clovers is quite common office. Perhaps it will BUpport him beand D. It. Caiuxntuii, of Stanford, was here The Georgetown Christian Church this season. Any young lady bringing hns given over fo00 to missions this fore his nomination. Glasgow Times. on business. Pinevllle Messenger. Mm. M. G. Moiiauity, of Knoxville, us a sample of either number will bo en- year. Times. The Kansas City Derby was won by titled to a chance in the rallle oil' of our has been vibitiug Mrs. Lewi Withers. Dr. Morris Evans will conduct the Le Premier, six lengths ahead of GladMikr Mahoaket Vomck, of Louis- busincrfi manager. Park Hill Camp Meeting, which begins stone, in 2:14. It was wortli $1,775 to ville, is visiting Mrs. W. H. Mcltoberts. July L'o and lasts 113 days. the winner. Tiik democrats of Wayne are going to Mm. II. W. Fakhis, of Junction City, The protracted meeting at Kingston nominate n candidate for the legislature "Standing with reluctant fctt, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mark liar by Rev. Preston Blake and Prof. James i next Monday ami it is Mid that that old din. Whut Iht trouV and tier mtet." Rice closed with 11 additions. Rich Arc the pretty garduatct tweet; e Joe P. Ili'KTo.v is attending commenceof democracy, IkeShepperd, In their gownt of silk and i.itiu, ment exercises at Centre College, Dan- will be chosen. If he is the county is mond Climax. .w Getting theep tklnt done in Latin! -- Kid. J. G. Livingston will preach at ville. dead sure to be redeemed in August. a dainty beauty iliow! What MihskhMay Helm, Alpha Tyrce and Preachers villo at 11 o'clock Alc! How much they Lcowt The Cumlcrlnnd Valley Land Compa- Sunday morning and at the usual time Annie Halo are visiting friends at Dan- At Alt hjil the welcome flannel ihirtt ville. ny is aiding in the glorious cause of edu- for services Sunday night. PearMiss Vkvk FoiisYTitsand Amelia Long may it gladly reign; cating the children in Bell and Harlan The American Baptist Union colIt' been mtidc all winter Icnc son, of Hnrrodsburg, are visiting Mrs. A. counties, if it does no other good. Presi- lected las, year . During the Hut cow it'iotit again. Id Denny. dent Boreing has just p.dd SKK) in taxes Miuie year it expended for carrying on Entrrn Editor. MiuT. J. Hatch i:u left Wednesday on its lands, principally for school pur- the missionary work under its care $423,- with his family to visit relatives in poses. nia.-d-t. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. . Wavne county. Elder Zachnry E. Sweeney, a native Ahvbrtimno brought Mr. A. M. FeGeo. It. V.u.iarr, of Somerset, is land's horse homo in n hurry. ll was of Casey county and brother of Eld. Jno. FOR SALE our town in the interest of his found on the pike nonr Turnersville by S. and others of a talented family, has A. M. Feland hat 4 good Mill Com for ule, all waehinw machine. be thoroughbred Shonhorni, with calves 10 dnyi old, Miaj, Ma uy Uroi'c, of Serialla, Mo., Mr. Goode, where lie had evidently been been appointed by the president to having had calvet within 34 hours of each ether. l at Constantinople. left by some one who Hole him for a and Mrs. A. It. Denny, of Garrard, are The meeting at the Baptist church A good chance to get a good cow and a thoroughWedride, and returned to Mr. Feland visiting Mrs. J. S. Hooker. bred bull calf cheap. Alto have some nice young closed on Saturday witli an addition of bulls rendy for service. Mim Lucy Tate has tailed invitations nesday. A. M. FELAND, 3; 40. Two others had been received just to meet Misses Hardin and llraden at Wheat is ready for the reaper, but the before Mr. Hale came and one joined the Stanford, Ky. her home, Tuesday evenim:, Juno L'oth. ground is ho wet that the horses cannot church on Sunday, making a total of 43. Mr. A. T. Nvnnellky continues to bo driven on it. The rains continue and Winchester Sun. BtJUer greatly with inflammatory rheu- every day sees a heavier one than the Tho Baptist Association, in session My New matism, which routines him to his bed. lay before. Weeds are flourishing ami House on Main St., at Maysville, elected Rev. F. S. Bagby, of Mil. Waller Chknault, of Fort in gardens and corn fields are choking Stanford, Ky For terras apply to Mr. W, !, Frankfort, moderatornnd decided to meet Illggint, Manforo,cr tn me at Danville, fvy Kas., has returned home with his wife, out other vegetation. is Goods, LOTTIE N HOL.MKS. next year at Owensboro. The preachers 3 whohRsbeeu visiting here for some time. The Q. it C. has our Hunks torn new had heard how the little city treated the Mil G. 11. Pr.isKi.v, who has "been in HARRY A. EVANS, 1hh1 for seven weeks with abscess of the folder, which not only gives a map of the press gang and they want to try it on CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL lungs, was well enough to drive to town U. S.. showing the road's situation and themselves. "I would not resigumycall to preach STANFORD, KY. connections, but a county map of the yesterday. States traverse; by the system, together for the presidency of the United States, Carroll Hailky is learning tho Engineering and Surveying in at Dr. Bourne's and Thomas with more detailed information than can much less for a seat in the legislature," all branches. Miller Owsley thu grocery business at be found in an atlas. It is both valuable was what n thoroughly concecrated man and he and instructive anil can be had free by of God said to us the other day, W. H. Hlggins'. J. A. Amon, of this county, graduated addressing D. G. Kdwnrds, G. P. A., Cin belongs to the same church that Bro. WALLACE E. VARNON, Montgomery does, too. at Georgetown College this week and the cinnati Speaking of an alleged sanctified Attorney at Law, Times cays his oration on Myron and Said n prohibitionist the other day, in Goethe showed unusual care and thought response to the inquiry why he was op preacher now holding fortli there, the Stanford, Kentucky. Henderson Gleaner says: "There is in its preparation. of the prohibit pocd to a apprehension that Bro. Xiles will Will practice In all the courts of this and adjoin-ti- g Miss Annie Green's name was unin- ory law, "Because I have grave doubts counties and in the count of appeal. Office over McKobcrts & Sugg's drugstore. tentionally leftout of the hop report in that it will pass next time and I want it either burst a blood vessel or a belly last issue. She wore white embroidered to remain ns it is." And yet his party band before he ceases to 'Praise the muslin with surah trimmings and was a declares in favor of a majority rule, pro Lord.' It is painful to see under what a picture of fresh nnd youthful loveliness. vided always they are in the majority. strain he labors. His face under severe We have opened an ice depot on' Lancaster ttreet Jlikii: J. M. Harnett, of Pulaski, was The "I am Holier than Thou" party is strain becomes of a crimson hue." and will Wo couitant)lou hand a lull supply of A largo delegation of distinguished Pure I.aVe he in town yesterday en route to Richmond nothing if not inconsistent ministers of the Presbyterian Church nre for a talk with Collector Hiirii.nn for At Cents per Pound, As Mr. Tom Cliktord, who 1b agisting attending the State Evangelical Associa- In quantities over five poundt. Now is the time to wnrrnl storoki-tM- -r. lis. i ., r... maVe engagements fur the season. NUNNELLtY ft HAMPTON. publican and n clever man nnd Mr. Bur- - u,,leI "ispaicner riorence m. jtowianu tion, in session at Lexington. Rev. Ben s4.tr The object - bv him. wns attempting to get on the passenger Helm is among the number. nam will tdcase do the fair thineN. Pnor. S. J.Pullian passed home from trnin Moni,' "W. J"tn8 il Wlls nov-b- is of tho meeting is to systematize nnd add he lost his hold ami fell between n new zeal to the evangelical work in Is a Candidate for Sheriff, tubject to the action of school at Falmouth this week. ii tho Lincoln County Democracy. It was a Kentucky, organized by tho Synod eight had not heard of lib election to the sem- - tl,u traln nnd thu platform. for him and had he not years ago for the purpose of spreading narrow inary here and of course could not de- cideatonco. Ho will likelv accept, how- - remained perfectly still he would have the gospel in the mountain counties of ?,:ik, Shingles and Shcss For Sale. been killed. He was badly bruised up the State. ever. Key. J. A. Boole was down Tues- - anyway and since has had to use n Ten Thousand Flat Kails acd 10,000 Poplar Inn private letter from Falcon (J. hin?!es. day looking much the worse from a long crutch. Soule Smith) ho says: Your reference I have tn hara Aicn'i, women s .timet- and Children's Shoes, made bv Alter. Fnrwood S: Co. in Beige with a skin eruption that has liter Lex- and Mundelle, which will sell at the very lowest G. A. toBro. Barnes' recent lectures at The Cincinnati papers say that I have bought thera nnd they must be nlly tormented the life out of hiin nt ington is eminently just nnd shows how prices My stock is complete and those who wnnt Richards, of Mt. Salem, was steered sold. times. Ho wants if understood that it mean busibargains can get them by ralline. against Ryan's miserable dive in that ci- little his pretended admirers really care est. W. C IIAILKY, Turnertville. is not citchitn; so nobody need vun from for him. 1 heard one of his lectures nnd robty and being plied with liquor was Main and Somerset Streets. P. him. watch nnd chain while 1 take no stock in his theory, I Mn. A. A Lewis, of tho Somerset Re- - bed of t0 in cash, his am sure it was better worth hearing than s When Mr. publican, passed hero Wednesday, en nnd n check for as a camu to his senses he went for Ry- others for which people pay as much route to Williamsburg. He is an applidollar. Ho is trying to make some monwho returned the watch and chain, cant for deputy collector, with a gowl an, Jticlianla had spent the ey legitimated and gives more than tho LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE of Kitting it. He deserves some but claimed that show money. Richards knew better than t lint money's worth; so lie ought to be enof the pie for his services. RAILROAD. nnd on his oath Ryan was arrested and couraged. Gov. J. 13. McCitKAHYtimi Senator Jno. lodged In jail. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. The Great Bennett, of Richmond, Hon, John D. of Louisville, Judge Vincent White, A call is made ou the republicans to k Shot From Amavbii. Ah young Boreing, of London, and J. W. Fox, of Monday, June THROUGH TRUNK LINE. Is Receiving His and Charley Dawes were driving meet at the Lexington, of the Cumberland Valley along tho Somerset pike a few mornings 24th, to select delegates to the State conTo The Land Company, met with tho local di- since, some three miles from town, they vention at Lexington July 4th. rectors hero Wednesday night and trans- were shot at from ambush, one shot The barley and wheat harvest is on Qoods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial acted important busincM. The company on hand, but the crops aro not very promfrom the gun striking Kirkpatrick With hasn large landed estate in Bell and Hnr-Ia- n the hand, inflicting a slight wound. As ising Together with the new insect the counties. they were getting out of tho buggy to in- English sparrow and the devil, thd farmvestigate the matter, Chnrles Ware, a ers are having a pretty hard time. CITY AND VICINITY. Tho legislative race has boiled up in Louisville reputable citizen of the May wood neighZimmer's. borhood, came out of tho bushes from a new place. In addition to Tomlinson To Nashville, whence the shot came. He claimed that nnd Berkele, we have another in the Memphis, Winn screens for doors nnd window ho was working a short distance away person of Charles F. Anderson, of color, & Mencfeo's. nt Sine Atlanta, and hearing the report of a gun came to who announced himself publicly yester-dnMontgomery, If you buy aMcCORMAOK REAPER or MOWER you are certain He claims to bo an independent Walter A. Wood see what was tho matter. The young A No. 1 second-hanLittle Rock, to get one of the best Machines made. men charged him witli thu shooting and republican. binder for sale cheap. I. M. Bruce. Mobile and New Orleans. reproduces a The News of If you buy a McOormack Machine you can depend on getting reinsieteu that he go to his home only a - now ready. The tax books for 18SU artfow hundred yards distant, and bring his synopsis of tho great sermon preached pairs when wanted, without delay or vexation, which is one of the Everybody will please como forward and gun down to see if it had been recent- by Dr. Lockwood, of tho First Baptist Newport News & Miss.Valley Oo. most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or pay his taxes nt once. T. D. Newlnnd, ly fired. He left nnd returned in a half Church, Cincinnati, on tho Conemaugh Only one change to points in Mower; no mistake about it. Sheriff. hour with his gun, which showed that disaster. All lovers of the truth should mm The McCormack Machine Oo. have always been in the lead of & TEXAS. Judging from the number of applica- it had been discharged only a short read it. Copies may be had free by aptheir competitors in the manufacture of Twine Binders, and with tions of shows to be booked for next wjiilo. 'iliey then came to Stanford and plying to the News office. their Improved No. 4 and Big Four Mowers they have a line of MaGov. Buckner having fixed Wednesfall and winter, the theatrical business ordered Ware arrested. This was done, EMIGRANTS trial Tuesday ho was held over day, instead of Friday, us tho day for the chines second to none. will be about us much overdone as it and the line of this read will receive Walton's till circuit court in 3100 bond, which he banging of Dilger and Smart, tho Louis- Seeking homes on Special rates. was underdono Inst season. y all means, see Machines before you make e aftntt 01 this Company for rates, routes Opera House hns already booked two readily gave. Dawes claims that Wnro ville Times claims to have given him the &c or write your selection for the coming harvest. p ATMQUE G p & T A for him and has fre- tip as to the day. When Hon. M. H. minstrolB and quite a number of other has an Louisville, Ky GEO. D. WEAKEN, Agt. Owsley was judge in tills district, the quently made threats toward him. attractions. sentence of death was passed upon twoi or three individuals, and the judge a'- -: wnys fixed Wednesday ns the day for j tho execution. He claimed that he would not have it occur on Friday, ns that was the day of the crucifixion of This sensible move will be appreciated Christ. He did not know that the day ' l by the traveling public. The ho appointed, Wednesday, was really the says: Heretofore the Louisville day on which the Savior was crucified. i& Nashville railroad lias forbidden any passenger to ride on a freight train, but Tho Hev. .Mr. Wiigus I hope you and General Manager Metcalfe has issued an Bro. Wiggs became fully reconciled order allowing freight conductors to perho died. Deacon Podworthy 0, e mit passengers holding yes. I went around and told him that as tickets to ride in cabooses. ho was about to pass in his checko I would fully forgive him for all the dirty Beiiea College Commencement was tricks he had ever done me. though I ntteiuk-- by much drunkenness among lidn't presume to say that the Lord the colored visitors and Sheriff llnleB nnd would do so, and (gleefully) you ought six deputies failed to maintain order. A to have seen how the old sinner looked. desperate fight occurred between Sam ' j SHINGLES. SAWED be-fo- ro fiist-clas- s, full-far- SHINGLES! g m m Bruce & McRoberts .I. eight-leafe- d wheel-hors- Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Wall Paper, - school-hous- e Aml-Sa- ket mm $415,14-1.77- M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. PRICES ALWAYS REASONABLE. m can-vat-si- consul-genera- ... fk-ott-, This the season for Canned and you can find no where else a better selected stock than at drug-busine- ss T. R. WALTON'S. Cream Best Patent. Ice Freezers, ICE! ICE! ICEI 1 Sc3rth.es, Snaths and "Whet Stones. ,.,! Beautiful Flowep Pots, Full Stock of J. MEXEFEE ". Queensware,Glassware, Hardware, Tinware. W-AXTO- " - 1 I Stanford Roller Mills Flour always T. R. J. Burton, Clerk. Stock. Rich-aril- ILo $k W H. (Do MUPMY9 SUMMER i Si MERCHANTTAILOR Kirk-patric- t court-hous- o ou-l- y SOUTH & WEST SPRING AND GOODS! MiLK-siiAKE- The Long and the Short of It. y. -- d to-da- y ARKANSAS at-hi- 49-Sc- these r .9 . :,: ;.vs , , jV3u ;u Kli - ( v. --. i, j o. iwttb 4 St4,.iry..Hj- - V V4 u.w u ruin . j'ffiF1 ' I k '""" ' ' i ' 111 ri '." "j"'l '' ri- - f'Tl-- v . "ta '. ' 0 v ' HK JZIiTvj' j.Ti;i ft Semi-Week- ly no lmveonlya short Urn before until to write this, it will bo short. Hav Publlflhod Evorjr Tueadfty and Friday ing hud n beau last night, which i960 selAT dom, we prolonged tho stay till the wee small hours. S3 PffiU YKAB,iy AD V.A.N-C3But few visitors, have arrived at the WWhen not to paid $2.50 will be charged- .Springs on nmunt ot the continued As Interior Journal CRAB ORCHARD K.C. rain. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7'00 a. tn.t returning 1'rof. Bush has n school of progressive dancers (14 students now nnd more Train. leares Rowland at it 4:50 p. m. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail tram going North ...tajiprn ' " " 1 3t pm South.... i... Express train " South "J7pm ' " " North ........... j t; am Loral Freight North .630 am South... 53jpm The latter trains also carry passenger. The above ! calculated on standard time, Solar time ii about 10 mtnutet fatter mi POWDER Absolutely Pure powder never varies. A man el purity. strength and vvholesomenrss. More economical than the ordinary kinds ard can not be told In competition with the multitude of Ion-- test, short weight, alum or phosphate pwJer. Sold only in KOVAL IIAKIN.J POWDFRCO., cant. 18 106 Wall street. New York. Beauty Is desired and admired by all. Among the things which may best be done to enhance personal beauty Is the dally use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. No matter what the color of tho hair, this preparation gives it a lustre and pliancy that adds greatly to its charm. Should the hair be thin, harsh, dry, or turning gray, to come) nt the College. Mud e vet y where and fanners are anxious 'for dry weather. Weeds ure outgrowing the corn nnd wheat is ready for harvest; tho dirt roads ore becoming almost impassable in places.. Mr. J. 0. King was in Lancaster Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs.' James Miller, well-kuofrom Lewisburg, aro visiting Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs. Sue Holmes. Mrs. G res-haI have touted Its curative power, In mr of Laurel, is with her father. Mr. family, many times during the past thlrtv years, nnd havo never known it Ward. Mrs. J. A. Newlnnd went to to fail It will relievo the won serious Stanford Wednesday. Mr. James CarniXeetlotn of tho throat and lungs, wltdthur In children or adults." Mrs. is home to see his father. son E. G. Edgerly, Council IUuITs, Iowa. "Shoo-llie- s, shoe drummers," nnd "Twenty years ago I was troubled "shewme that correspondent to the Inwith a disease of the lungs. Doctors alTordcd me no relief and considered terior Jotms.VAL," is the most promimy ca.se hupeleas. I then began to use Tito people will please exnent liens. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and, before I hud finished one bottle, found relief. I cuse us for remaining incognito. We seek coutmued to t.iko this medicine until a not fame, but desire only to give you tho euro ffHi effected. I believe that Ayer's Cherry Pectoral sived my life." news nnd uphold the principles of demSamuel Griggs, Waukegan, III. ocracy. So let It be "somebody" who sold his crop to same firm for "Six years ago I contracted a severe writes. If yon want any ads. just send cold which settled on my lungs and Advocate. will insert soon developed all tho aUruiiug sympthem to the editor and he bud a them in the C. 0. news column and we The official statistics read at the last toms of Consumption. Iot tho cough, night sweats, blvedlnz lungs, know will do you right. pains in cheat and sides, and wi so Mormon Conference in Salt Lake City prostrated as to be connncd to my show that "the Church of Jesus Christ bed most, of the time. After trying They'll See it Finally. various prescriptions, without benefit, of Latter Day Saints" has now 12 aposprohibitionists as a party will tles, 70 patriarchs, IlJli) high priests, 11,-8my physician finally determined to give The me Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I took It, sootier or later open their eyes to the fact elders. 2,009 priests, 2,202 teachers, and the effect was magical. I seemed that prohibition in the form of a politic- 11,010 deacons, 81,890 families, 110,015 to rally from tho Mrst dose of this medicine, and, after using only threo al party and prohibition in the form of a officers and members, nnd 40,30:$ chil bottles, am as well and sound as ever." moral principle are two separate and disllodaey Johnson, Springfield, 111. dren under eight years of age, n total tinct institutions. Prohibition as a par- Mormon population of 153,911. The Cherry harrow that desires ty, is a number of marriages for the six months possession of the government field. Pro(J, 1S80, was 530; number of ended April rnt:ranKD nr hibition as a principle, is ono tooth tiint births 2,754; new members baptized 4SS; D. J. C. c i. Co., Low-all- , Mail. might be made one of a multiplicity of excommunications 113. bu!4 uj 1 t..,juu, 4 .... v' , U boltlu, t. teeth in either the big democratic or republican harrow. A comb with rn To Keep Off Mosquitoes. Take a tooth would be about as effective on the small quantity of n 2 per cent, carbolic HI. Hi head of a boy with many fore ign sub- acid solution nnd sprinkle sheets, cover-et- s, Itx Candidate fur Clerk of the Court of Appett, pillow and bolster on both sides, the subject to th action of tti DrmocMttc party stances and other things in his hair, as Etec.ion Aujiut, 3i prohibition party with its one prir-cip- le edges of bed curtains and the wall next the would be in possession of the par- tho bed. The faco and neck may also ty. be slightly wetted with thesolution. Not) on the Massachusetts a single gnat or mosquito, it is said, will Commenting election, that defeated the prohibition come near. 1. wn Da.vvii.lr. Tho examinations at tho Preparatory Department of Centre College have closed. Prof. J. B. Walton, the prlnciptl of the school, has become known overtlie State as n thorough teacher, his students who annually enter tho Freshman class always take high standing, thus reflecting credit on the preparatory and its teachers. For more than ten years has Prof. Walton been at tho head of tho institution. He has given such general satisfaction that to go to the "prep" H the ambition of all the young Ameticas in Danville and Boyle county. Tim catalogue of this year will show that he had enrolled 105 pupils, after the cata two entering his logue was issued. Piof. Walton was assisted during the year by Profs. II. L. PulliamandJ. F. Walton, two teachers. The former has been elected principal of tho preparatory de partment of Central I nlversity, but the latter and another ellicleut teacher will be with Prof. Walton next session. D. C. Terhuno has bought over SO fine mule colte, nil mares but 13. Thu least paid for horse mules was .1'2.50 and tho highest paid for maro mules was 5100. A number of crops of wheat have been contracted for in this county during the past week. A. G. Whitley sold o Anderson it Funk for 75 cents, and Kd Me-Car- ty 7-'c. jcrcrc it. nirfFMvN, Kkntvcks, Depot St. Couj ueuiUiifj, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral It It gruuter demand than ever. No preparation for Throat and Luug Troubles U so prompt in its effects, so agreeable to the taste, and so widely known ai this. It Is tho family medl-cln- o In thousands of households. " I have salleri'd for years from a bronchial trouble that, whenever I t.iko cold or am expoied to Inclement weather, shows itiulf by n very annoying tickling sensation in tho throat and by diillculty la breathing. I have tried a great many rmn'llei, but none does no well as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral which always gives prompt relief in leturns of my old complaint." Ernest A. Hepler, Inspector of I'ublto Itoads, Parish Terra liomiB, La. " I consider Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a most Important remedy Bast of Ail SUROKOS DENTIST, Oftie $vtry, tsi and alt Stable, Stanford, touth til Main. twoaoortabo DENTIST. Stanford, Ky, Office on t.incatrr ttrvct, ojipotita court Home r JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY. CAPT. FRANK BAILEY, PROPRIETOR Thoroughly Ketiotaud and Refumithed, Flrtt-clat- i Kate and Keaonable Pricei, Day and night Tralm are m.t by PoliU Porteri ot thu Popular Houie. io;-t- f. CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KY,, Good turnout! and taddle horiei alwayt lor hire London Ii the mod convenon reasonable termt ient point tfn the railroad to reach placet in the to in the mountain e tion of the Srate. ' W.H. JACKSON & Tint fine JticV.,1 ycirsold, black witlt white points, i) hands hiitli, will maVe the prrsenl sea. son at our ttabtes, i mile notlh of Mitledfierille on theliantilleund Hiittunvil.e pile, For Home Use. THE NAPIER HOUSE. LIBERTY, KY., At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. I'artini with maro mates the se.vn due Cjesar was tired by Iltiller, he hy btotts, Imported from bpain. He lias proted him.elf a suir foal netter J h W KIO HI. IS Wf k. F. W. WARRINNErt.PROP'R. t) in ery particular. 8J-cial atteti'ion to commercial men. rtrtt-clat- I lino teiieJthe abote Hotel and i Mllledgfvlllc. Ky intend ln Spe- Danvillo WOOD WALLA6E, I )ij Fourth Avenue, 2:34). Wilkes I Moil's Outfitter Louisville, - - SireofSalll.. Vajen t Har. "K hands high. Sundard; Vrlum VIII, A. 1. K, ibi3;.) SIKEI) MY LVLK WILKKS 4jS, Ily Oecrge Uilles a J, sire u(6i In J jo or better Kentucky. HOTEL. j NEWCOMB MT. VERNON, KY. Hotel It till maintain Thlt old and inu itt fine reputation. Charjei realisable. Special attention to the traeling public M. V NKWCOMH, l'rop., t Mt Vernon, Ky, Sj-t- fourth. Dansllle Wilkes Is also the first and only grand son ofUeorxe W'ilkrs that has produced onn 10 a to or better Danville has two more of his get that are now In trainlnj and, barring accidents, will make records of i er heller, besides, I am confident that Danville VUet will tower his te ( a ord of i ,j He has been timed the latt half In a race In I J. Danville WIUcs has proven himself a line breed, er and Is sure t produce tretters and patties ean have a chance to est his produce new tar a scry low pruc t dam Flora hy Skedaddle (lliortnitflibred. dam Medley by Old Waser, by llealhunr, pacer dam by bhtfion's Telccraph. 4 dam by Frank (thoroughbred. Uantillh Wilkes has started in fit e racei, won three of them In straight heats and third money In a j,j ouo-toothe- d Avar's -.- Pectoral, 0. H. M'ROBERTS, STANFORD, KY. M. D., $25 to Insure a Living Oolt. F. 1 inklcy Danville Wilkes certainly has plenty of it. his Thirty and dam dcing hy a thoroughbred hone, the he deem, it unneve.iary to apeak ol hu ability at pailng croti he hss should tend te and then fait produce a physician and targeon, A share of the patron- and good race horset age of the people ol Stanford and ic nity itatlted Dauvtlle Wilket will make theseatonat the Fair by hira. 6y tf C.roundt, Danville M HfJK. The beitot care taken with mares and grass at he usual ran, but not retpomlble (or accidents should any occur Orticeon Laucatter Street. oppouteCourt-llou- it Immediately season Dan Having remored la thW place from Liberty, to ville Wilkes ill after the dote of thefaster record gjlnto training ler a practice lil pnilotton, calli the ultrntion ot the Parties that are ell Informed know that thu pub lie to the fact that lie i'l be ready at all hour thoroughbred Mood mutt be in the trotter and day or rr call. In town or country. nlhttont year ofhtt lite ware spent in Staafsrd i I. J r r the will restore color, bring out a new growth, and render the old soft and shiny. For keeping tho scalp clean, cool, and healthy, there is no better preparation in tho market. " I am free to confess that a trial of Ayer's Hair Vigor has convinced me that it is a genuine article. Its use has not only causod the hair of my wife and daughter' to bo Ayer's Hair Vigor amendment to tho constitution, the Christian Union, a great religious newspaper of New York, says: "Prohibitionists should avj learned by this time that all temperate men are not total abstainers, are not prohibitionists, and that all prohibitionists nre not in favor of constitutional prohibition." The Climax. 1 Gcoriro Wuilcof Cadillac. Mich has applied for a patent on a new Imlitiv horse, which he claims will eclipse the bycicle nnd other machines for travel. It consists of an automatic horse bo constructed that by rocking backwards and forwards it moves in a regular lop3 as far as tho rider desires to travel. I ! . m Abundant and Glossy, but it has given my rather stunted mustache a respectable length and appearance." H. Uritton, Oakland, Ohio. "My hair was coming out (without any assistance from my wife, either). I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor, using only ono bottle, and I now have as tine a Jiead of hair as any one could wish for." It. T. Scutnlttou, Dickson, Tenn. ' I have used Ayer's nalr Vigor in my family for a number of years, and regard it "0$ tho best hair preparation I know of. It keepi tho scalp clean, the hiilr Boft and lively, and preserves the original color. My wifo has used it for a lone time with most satisfactory rellenjamlu M. Johnson, M. D., sults.' Thomas Hill, Mo. " My hair was becoming harsh and dry, but after using half a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor it grew black and glossy. I cannot extirei tho Joy and gratitude I feel." Mabel C. Hardy, Delavuu, III. It. ll' ft. Ayer's Hair Vigor, I'UKI'AUKD nr Dr. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold hv Drucalsts and Perfumers. J. :jf. it sag If I z P 0 O s (D c O UK! asssssssssMVIaH asssssssWlla'asssssssV S- .", . rifyPiaB IsHfSassssV n. w&ttm lHS3p1 " ? JBHSk SlilHrVHAJI'ViCxc P i?Z "Z 6 P n n Mm. Cleveland has had another picture taken, which will soon be on the market. Noticing perhaps what a card! UauvMciveu tug Dct'omts sue laiaKem Dealer In I H,ttein-Irr, with Baby Laiuont in her nrtna. It is a Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps w.n have far sale... . tine registered-. 1.41 ... . twe .la K..H vM.1v.a44 vhc jw - .i,v,nr . .If i.hm a curious hen's egg pity that Him has to borrow a baby. X. A photograph-ow h miitii. 31St mfjr i, Ky Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware. Queens. (Si tolltVUU Nf AjljUT jJHICICO Hi .a- has been sent us by 0. 0. Moore, of Y. Sun. ware. Tinware, Furniture and a Crawfordsville, Ga. It was a double e;r, I. M. I5ULCE, It appeared to be an ordmaryegg united; I Seattle is.ild to be the only city in the Conoral Lino Crocorios, MA it wni cooked nnd broken open when, to United fetates where tliere is not a street Fnncv Candies. Canned fJJi.X.c LIVBY- AKD u.- -.STASIA : A 11 its street cars All kinds of Pr iduvv taken in exchange for goods. - car horse to he found. the surprise of every one, instead of find LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI ing a yelk, it was discovered that there f are run by cable or electricity and nil are stasfi)kd.kv. ( was a perfect formed egg within the out- - 'lit by electric lights. In Wichita thcyj 1825. j Daily, Seturet to Travelers, er shell. The inner egg seemed to be, are running vestibuletl street cars SPECIAL ATTENTION t COMMERCIAL perfect, nnd contained the usual white travelers Horses and ini.lts bought and sold. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE The whole number of active christian Onlv wall and the Inner yeh;, which was, how-- ! Ever On Dwellings, Household Furniture, Stores, lore.id ret let used in livery cities onattempted hetwoeu the greM commercial scientists now in the couhtry is estimatthe Ohio Kiver and Chicago, and hence Ac , apply to the old Also .tgent for the ever, quite small. Scientific American. the fattest time and mott comfortable trains be"rcienco" i a prollta- ed at 150,000. The tween atl points in the South, or to the West and WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO. Ilrooklyn Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. rvorthweit. The cunMtof this train on all The Old, Old Stouy. He loved fair ble business. Ono teacher in trunk lines is ilerwmliMirtl Ine Llmltod Kepress. Lightning chutes attiched and daraaget paid makes, it is said, 5100,000 a year. Sue and loved her well "oh, Susie, l ' Unl,rn,:Jedrcr,V,,Hl, " whether tire ttntues or not. OEO. H MRL'CE, Agent. 17 looked on him ling, love," he cried, she GOVER'S MESSENGER. you will find our Ticket OBices In the South tterA,tllJCouP,,n runny "Tho new garters which you time tables and tlcke-s- . Say Mofull teudetly, ami down he sat by Stibie's bought yesterday are not pretty at nil." Monon and stick Im'-- il in 11, iSl. rion, jetmoney and have a to Monon, if you vvanl pleasant Jonrnev. (jido. She let him hold her pretty hand, Kmmn. " What dill'erence does it make? W, at uiii n- toiiper- - to save k o. Mccormick, nnd let him nil his hopes confide in Iwt, Nobody sees them." "Ah! but it may Agent. Chicago, I!e was sired by Messenger Chief, t , by Mes- ' T Agents and Offics: LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. '''J' J'!1'! sire in .viauu Kssseu'er.-- s iu, ; nt I. M. sender softly, sweetly, rain." Texas Siftings. as women often do, then liuckNM, ur sth Ave., Uuisviile, Kv Mjo.bruifi Mestltim Jennie by himo. ad djii hy Susie sighed. Tho summer days went sender; Jd dam by Mamhrtnw Chief, alh dam by I E. A Tonaexcit, na V,ne sL. Cincinnati Ohio in the most deadly of all ex Dynamite swiftly by, and she became another's THE LARGEST AND FINEST Dy (.annon's vvnip; 9m dam by bmpp's I', BiAlt. bride; while lie, poor fellow, sleeps be plosives, and cholera was sure death to Messenger Chief was ulred by Abdallali Pilots HOTEL IN THE CITY. chickens until the discovery of Gantei's which is "Suicide." nt dim by Mambriiio Metngr; ni dam hy neath a stone on .w.iiiiunno i,niei, c lie sirea .Mnuaimtvnger, is sold on the chicken cholera cure. It Washington Otitic. record 1 iftti Abel ai,t;: .MiUvnl a Maniilng plan by McHoberts & RATES a ail.': Robert "no $2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCOSD-IN- other fait enes. il . record a 31, trial mK.and rep- Stagg. 2t The 1obe in the Paris Exhibition Abdallali Pilot wai sired liv Alexander's Abdal TO ROOMS. N N. llah; 1st dam lllaiulitia !v- Miuubrino Chief, Ho M V Co E I) resents tho earth on the scale of aired Plckardi itH, Red Jim und others BucKlen's Arnica Salve. and ia nearly 100 feet in dinmettr Arcxnnder's Abdalhin (son of Rysdyk's Ham- Only one Night out to New York. a iJf). lie tired bletonian Paris occupies about J of an inch. All The ben salve in ths; world for tuts, brunt,, TURKISH RUSSIAN BATHS IN HOTEL smith Mnidsirenf Destcr EiUall a so. who inCold-- j u; Major turn Solid Vtsnbulfd Trains to ores ulcers, aalt rheum, fever ores, tetier,chap. sired Hubert, McKicgnra 17, tire of Uonniu M. great modes of communication by ped hands, chllblaim, corns and all skin erupthe Oregor 3 16 , At, ic land and sea are shown in detail. The tions and positivel) cures piles, or no pay requirSt. Klmo. rec rd 3 jo, wan tirod by Alexander's A S..lr.tt . .. ,lnm .,,l .hl. I... In... Itlir... ..,.. .. .. .,... vj .,.,,, .(MllfUtlllCf (tfci; u..... wuh.i earth's daily rotation will be precisely ed. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, Baltimore, New York, Manibrlno Chief, the sire of tho second dam of refunded imitated by clockwork, a point on the or money A. Penny,Pricp 35 cents per box. Mcsener Chief, Jr, sired the ureat Lady 1'herne Paisinc all the Famous Virginia Springs by day. Stauford, Ky For sale by R. We have purchased the Stinfurd I Woolen and ' ,8H an'' Mambrino PaiLlieii, wliu In turn sited light and arriving globe's equator moving an eightieth of Indona iojj.and ijotheraln ijoand Utter and bea Shorn the nextat Old Point Comfort and the urist .Mill and titled It with new anunrst-clasalternooii Uo ,,tei, the dams of Guy WiU. a ui(, Baron machinery and ivill.begln on Renews Her Youth. an inch per second. Time Card in Lffect May j Wilkes a tSar.d thedams .'f i, i&to. ij aliers uitli ruCurds Clay Co,, Ioua Mrs. Phrb Chetley, Peterson, i anil belter KastMaT FastVeT 0nVeTT May 18th, 1889, of lieto will stand the season of 14IS9 at our Livery of our place, is fells the folio ins remirkable story, the truth of Uncle lien Thompson, EASTWARD Daily Espreta. Ac com Stable in CiabOrchardat Ho savs he planted corn which is vouched for by tne residents of the town, 7 do custom grinding and curding Our Mr. S4 years old. Kx Sun Ex Sun wall; Howell haahivlover o oars' experience at the t I am 73 year, old, have been troubled with am, business anil ho hat acquired SIO this year1 in the mihid Held iu which he Insure a Living Colt. Lve Stanford i JJ7 am u 31 n'n " Lexington and lameness for many years; could not edge of both the branches In n thorough knowl11 6 40 pm 5 40 pm We Hill also stand our Juck, " Winchester planted it 75 years ngo nnd that while dress nyself ulthout help, Now 1 am free from vaii exuer. io assist mm in cardi ii? t;u ,,. ,i :v,t will 45 am " K. U. JunctioM.. ia oj pa, t ) pm 0 40 put 1 corn ho drank a toddy out pain and soreness and am able to do nil tny own trial. The highest market prici paid for gcod 6 J7 pm planting this " Mt. Sterling -17 pm 1 Jt'pm 7 HOW L & CO.. owe my thanks to Klcctric (litters white corn housework. 'o pm " btepvlono of a glass from which ho drank 53 years for having 43 a 03 pm Stanford, Ky 7 j6 pm renewal my youth and removed com. " Murehead 3 to pm 8 js'pm! 9 a bottle joe and pletely all dicaso.ind paip. Try At SEVEN DOLLARS to Insure Sea 1011 due ago. Lebanon Enterprise. 30 am Olive Hill 4 oa inn to 40 am when marum par cd wilh )l, at A. It, Penny's Drug more. " Ashland 6 oj pm to 47 pm II U A' CURTIS GOVKU. M " Catlcttvburg 6 ai pm to 58 tm A Cure of Catarrh ' If nnlUniAii 6 ju jim Is Consumption Incurable? Arr White Sulphur!!.'; In tin) head, ai well as of all bronchial, throat and 7 33 am fliarlm....1!!.. Read the following. Mr. C H Morris, .N'cunrk, 10 30 am lung diie.ues, if taken in time.ii effected byusing . ' Wathinton "Was down with Abscess of Lungs E. H. 35 am " llaltimore 1'ierce'n Golden Medical Divcovery, or mon- Atk,sayi! Dr BURNSIDE, Proprietor 3 30 pm and friends and pliysiiiani proiuunceil me an in " Philadelphia ey paid for it will be promptly returned o 13 pm " New York.... cutublc cansitmptive llvgan taking Dr, King's 9 o pm " Rlthmond, Va.... New Discovery for consumption, nnd am nov.on A n.ore pleasant ph tic 33 pm my third bottle, and able to oyer?e the work on No Hotel In Kentucky has u better reputation, Oidl'olntComlart You n. vr will find J jo pm and its proprietor it determined that it " Norfolk tm- farm. It ii the finest medicine ever made.'' Higti license is said to hnve worked wonders in Philadelphia, and everybody praises it except a few ultra prohibitionists and the small saloonlst?, who have been shut out under its provisions. The Supreme Court of Mississippi lias sustained a decision of tho lower court in convicting the Louisville, New Orleans & Texas' Ilailroad Company of failure to provide separate but equal accommodations for the blacks and whites, assessing damages of $250 In two cases. f The big nine cask, now on exhibition at tho Paris exjKisition, has n capacity equal to 200,000 bottles or 800 hogsheads. It is 2,' feet high, of the same length and weighs 40 tons, tho Hteel bands w Inch encircle it nlonu weighing three tons. It took 12 yoke of oxon 10 days to haul it front Epcruny to Paris. m m This notice forewarn huntr. ftiliermrn and AND others not to trnpi. tn oir lanit witnsut per mission, at nil such miIIS prosecuted to the lull law Signed est catent of the C.Ki D HOPPER. T. J HILL. Board from June I to July t, per weeV.. $5 oo ! Arthur Sims, Standard No J M McRUMEnTS.JR. M, S. MAl'r.ltMAN, (crj Knot, CotUge Kent from June i to July t, per week j so II KOIIT MeAl.lSlKk. reco.d 14 with I) in i jo class and ) in J J class J.K IIRUCE I S Kirst dam by IWurboti Chief, the tire of Calmar II SHANKS. 3 It. ll,Ujl.MA, per week aner July I . Hoard oj I MRS. HENRY MAl'OHMAN. A M FKI.AND f, "4 J d dam by Little Arthur, theroughhrttJ Cottaje Rent per'week after fuly i J SO E.T PENCE, JOHN W HOLMES, W III make the season f 'la at his homs.".Mplet,' (' C. rAKItlSH. Single Meal. .. . 5.' A J H.WDEN', D V. HOLMES Hcrses well cared for, per week .. Everybody Is cordially Invited to visit us early Arthur Sims has proved himtelf ta be a superb HOSLTEIN-KktUSlAin the reason and get adtantaze of the icJuced HULL, breeder Call and see his colts at his home rates Respectfully, A L SPOO.VAMORK, I ! 1' O Addrosi, Stanford, Ky f WVANDOTTE. Standard No Mr, by Metroo nolitan, one of the best bred sens ol Kytdvk't No oriS 11. r. Ii 11 ItambletODian, having lor his dam Hracinth, by ulunteer; td daw Clara the dam of Dctter 17; I Will bo pertnittedto serve a few cows at my staJ'halUs ble on Lancaster pike in suhurht cl Stanford, at and Dictator, the sire of Director ' ''" ! Lady On Sunday night, December 30th, in the town Threo Dollars bv the Hoason, and a fee of f..,.'v."'1.'lr,K',s, Welsh by William Welsh, the sire l Prince Impeof Stanford, Ky, a 11LACK HOKSE, about 15K 50 cents m Milt Ilex, th g'tom, paa4einad id daman Inhred hands high, j )earsold. both hind feet white, small vance, with the privilege ot breeding till the cow rial j 11U and Jeremiah Wagoner raarr. Ac This grand voting colt conatar in the fcrehead and snip on note. He carries pmves to be with calf tain. 4; per cent, of the aid horse Kysjj ks Haiu hit tail, which is very heivy, a little one tided lie Tins vouftg bull is not on! of the very best washltchedto a sidebar buggy, comparatively biecdir);. but is Individually a very superior ani- bletnman Na. 10, the founder of the greatest trot new, with blue cloth hnings lletldes the Stste mal in every particular He will not tall to pro. ting family the world has ever knewn, coursing reward of $50, I will give $15 for the reioteryof rliii.e nilk. cows of tne hiheit cscellcnce Math through his veins from t diflcrent chanrrlt name-lKisdv-kllambletoiilati, Volmtleer, Metropoti. thehorse, buggy and thief JAS C KLID bit pedigree and his individuality zttaraatee this. tan and William Welsh The Holttem-lreitia- a Stanford, Ky 97 csttle hate frsevcral Liatitedtai) approved Sra.ons taken the lead in the blooded utile mark- - ,' formation or isrdi addrets mares For further in et by cosnmvnding judsr the hammer the hiirhest T A KI.KIN, i prices, and having the ciuamv to proJuce mure ZE3I. Lancaster, Ky milk and butter than aavether breeil and as Hn.ch and as good beef, they will not 'ail to retain their ROWLAND, KY., W II MILLER . in popular favur HAIiE'S WELL. POSTED. Arthur Sixns, 3041, Season Opens June '89. & Wyndott, At Sao 0528. yi;.) to Insure. N ao-t- Cnptain Aajsuic Wayne STOIiSIT i. ij4; y s J. HULTOOSr ; h--ad ... ei f- IMttlDl w ' J j of m m A NEW J?AST Established FOB ISIJH,A1TC3 tirtt-cla- at 1 ' i I """ " ir THE GALT HOUSE, w&lZp& - I.$X&hi&&?K?l!Z j, - Old cttre-no-p.t- C l. 1 Route ! -' ZLSrOTIOjEi. . S. Washington, Philadelphia, m i si Saturday, kidney-complain- to .... 1 Black Joim. MARVELOUS THE MYERS HOUSE TJun p crce's ima'l "Pellets." The Purgative kind, W. ADAMS & SON, 4 '.. 'AD WAV, - KY, You Cannot Afford At tliU season of the year to be wlthdut a good re liable diarrhoea. I a!am In the house, as cramps, cllc, durrhiM a and all iiiflammati6;i of the stum-acand bowels me exceedingly dangerous if not attended to at once. One bjttlo of Hefgi. Ilalsam will do wore good la cases f tne V guarkind than any other madicitieon srth. antee it. A V-- l'ctiny, Dmgut Diar-liroea Jesse Middlewart Decatur, Ohio, says "Had it not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for cou sumption I would have died of Lung; Troubles Am now in best o Wat given up by doittors health" Try il Sample bottles free at A R. Penny' drugrstoro shall be maintained. 10 MEMORY DISCOVERY. of o 55 pm He has recently added Its appointments h about thnt continual tlted Uellug t Ono bottle of Drags' Wood Purifltfr and blood Makir will en- tlroly teuiove this feeling, give them n good appetite I aud tepulate dlgeition. A It reuuy, Dugc;lt Vhy IS It Tint piople linger alorjr always complaining Pool and Hilliurd Parlors Also Onlr Oennlno Sretem ofniemory Trnlnlni. I'our liuok Learned In one reading. Mind vrandnrinif cured. Every rlilld nnd adult urnnlly benrflttrd. rro-tectn- .xc.!riT,"r,u"iMlw,'n,omd"y. Limited Vestibuled arrives I .. Ae"..r:n!?.i' hum,, umiy Vatt AMa. "rive Lexington "45 AFirst-Clas- 8 iy as ogist, .1. 31. Jlijckji-y- , li.l.,oditorof the I'hriitian To accommodate tho djmunda of his increased' .iiHimii.. I uiciiiiru. rrorror, tue ncientlst, . . . A.iiip. .IhJv,. sill. ...... V...I..1. IlniiM. l . ttni. r ........,. ....... ..tt'ititlanfr tis trjsn a -. m..i iiwiauii iiirmsri (d lirnjilliilt,1 n,f ' stoi ihvh trwtbr Conunercial Iravelcrs and others Pro!. A. unnUTtK. Sill mtlUAre., N, V, ... Livery Stablo Illllll.l. tho Dnnii-I lrst luducemeuU to Oorretpondencu with opinion t 'rrciiIfiirTlioiiip.oii, worliLrAtimd KnMAlall., In WnA tUngn-st Ilr. Wm. A. limn. Olssses. ll.u.. I'srchob ,!, I i. I '" J D S. A JHIOMI i " rw"?V;VJvV?'ppiro YUlf . v "".., I Ife) -' '1 si" t ,