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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889062501 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. 1 Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. DANVILLE, Interior Journal STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, JUNE 25, d889. CRAB ORCHARD LANCASTER, 4 rt NO. 39 Traders, Horsemen and GARRARD COUNTY. BOYLE COUNTY. T?AT?n?RQ To the Pastors and Other Sunray-SchoJJ rllVDLJLilvO, Stockmen ot the counties of Marion Movie, Lincoln, Garrard and Washine . .... W. S. Boazley sold to a Lexington Wo aro sorry to bear that Mrs. Dr. Workers of Kentucky. discussed, Water works have been iii.. j.ii.i.. iuii wm iuiu nu tiie news relating Co mailers 01 in. ! My Now House on Main teresi 10 mem Tho Executive- Committee- of the Ken- rough estimates havo been taken as to Doores has beerr very sick, but glad to gentleman a saddle gelding for $700. ADVOCATE the lea apply to Mr. V. It. Central Kentucky, Issued lueidayand rndayof L. F. Hubble will not bo a candidate Stanford, Uy. For terms me Union extends to the cost, but not till now have airy defi- know she is improving. tucky Sunday-Schoo- l Hizrins, Stanford, or to ut Dam ille, Ky each week, taper ear Send 50 cents and try it workem a cordial invi- nite plan been taken. The town trus I.OTTIK N. HOLMES. The old bridge on side walk near tho for the Senate. This leaves Judge Brecknil Sunday-schoo- l 3 for three mnnths Addreis II. G. lioyle, Uu.ir.ess Manager, Danville, Ky. tj to atteml tliu next Annual Con tees Ira vu engaged the services of compe Christian church has been removed nud inridge a clear track. tation C. A. BENEDICT & CO., !l and tent engineers, who do such business, a new nud substantial one put irr its Our legislative race has changed vcntinn at Padueuh, August '0, HARRY A. EVANS, ngain, Hon. William Berkelo has with Well DriHers & Pump Adjusters, li2 "Its member consist of all pastors nud at present theyaro making a survey place. The lads anil lassies under the tutor- drawn and tho race ls rrow between Hon and such delegates an may and estimates of the different points ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, STANFORD, KY. one whore the water supply is toeoino from. ship of Prof. Hush, are learning fast Irow It. II. Touilinsoii and Hon. Charles Anbo appointed by Sunday-Schoo- ls STANFORD. KV Two freight trains collided oir the to gracefully tip the light fantastic. Your derson, of color. for each whool anil otiu additional dele- Wells drilled to order And Humps furnished Tho enteitalnment given by the Hop factory puces. imlti for iineb SO or fraction tbereof ofi O. S. niilrofiil at Faulkner's, 4 miles from correspondent lind a moment's glance Engineorinpr and Surveying in jo school') membership." It i expected this place, Friday morning. Two rrrerr into tho dancing room last evening and Club last Friday night was one of the all branches. SI. B. tliatn through special train will run were slightly hurt and two dangerously then the curtain fell and tho lovely most successful ever given by tire Club. The attendance was unusually large and freight cars, were demol scene was shut front view forever. With from Sit. Sterling to Paducah to carry so. Twenty-liv- e VARNON, The Springs have been thoroughly everybody was happy. There never was delegates only, at considerably reduced ished. Tho los to tho company is esti& Attorney at Law, Tire blamu rests oir renovated and tho now gas llxtuies at better deportment at any gathering. mated at rates, probably one-halSaddles and Harnesi, in ThcMj Conventions are designed to orre of tho conductors. Immediately af- night burning bright, make them ready hen the hop closed everyone went Manufacturers of Fineknown --Kentucky. every style and finis.i to the trade. Race Stanford, workers of ter It happened he left and has rrot beerr to meet tho demands of the large num- home sober and in n good humor. bring together Sunday-Schoo- l and Trotting Equipments a specialty No. 33 E 1st Main Street, L EXINGTON, Ky. Will practice in all the courts of this and adjoin ber of visitors. A few already hero and Sirs. Slary A. Wciseger is very sick. all denominations, that they may com- heard of since. 2 counties and In the courts of appeal. Office over McKoberts & Staff's drug store. James Dodds and Sir. Shumate, tho many olhers writing to be here as soon Editor Hughes is suffering from a very pare their methods of work and the results of their labors, and that they may present jailer, am both candidates for as the weather clears up. "lis .. love of painful sore on ono of his legs. Ho and PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, iris friends aro alarmed. Capt. W. S. stimulate one another to larger and that ollico and in order to determine a spot. ZC-- SI Sir. Win. Stuart lias been harvesting Stiller attended tire St. John's dirv cele MT. VKRNON, KV. who ahull be tho candidate, they havo more intelligent cilbrt. We have opened an ice depot on'Lancaster street Union agreed to leave it to the democratic vo- with his new twino binder. Wheat will bration at London Slondav. The Kentucky Sunday-Schoo- l Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. and will keep constantl)!oti hand a lull supply of Pure I .ale Ice Special attention ji el to diseases of children whatever with The ters of tiro towtr precinct. They have not turn out very well this season. The has no connection CENTRE COLLEGE. f. por Union, though selected one man each arrd oir next Tues- ground being yet too wet for tiro plow, At II American Sunday-Schoo- l In quantities over five pounds. Now is the time to are making individually in sympathy with Its aims, day the town will be can vased and the wo notice many fanners The present year begins a now epoch make encasements for trie season. NUNNEL1.EY & HAMPTON. as.tf and does uot organize schools, or publish ono who gets ten votes more than the good use of tire hoe cutting out tho in the history of Centre College, the oldliterature. other, will be the candidate for jalleronu weeds. Corn Iras grown very slowly and est institution of higher education in tho I keep on hand a No. 1 qualitv of Jellico. Lily STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. or distribute- Sunday-Schoo- l marry farmers find their wheat harvest West. Established in 1810, and based and Nut Coal in ray yard Leave your orders at It Is, however, a constituent part of the year from next August. vara or a. a. aiyers store ana tney win ueattena oer Sunday-SchooJ, 11. HlUOINS. l Union. It How J. Lapsley SIcKee is at home on them before they aro ready for it and upon intelligence, industry and religion, ed to promptly. International pleasfdwife let thet.i use Patent Flour made at Stafford. Ky. 03 Visitors, whoso du- to sec the old folks. Ho has been preach-lu- g in many places tho corn will havo to bo it has continued its work without inter employs three State Stanford Roller Mills. Call for It at your gro cery, and if they have not got it on nana, urge irr the mountains for some tiirre arrd neglected to save tiro wheat. mission year after year, and Iras already ty it is to address mass meetings as to them to keep it. or get an order from them and get it at the Mill and t will guarantee a pleasant Sliss Leah Steger is homo from achieved results that place it in the recently in Clay county. His work was the spirit and methods of Sunday-Schoand intere.tiuic lamily s, I have secured the sen Ices ot a competent Car In organizing and con at nuruing wen, ttint county, lie says Georgetown school. Sliss Sllnnlo Sly-er- front rank of our colleges. In proof no o3 IN. I'OTTS, Superintendent. vrork. to assist nage and am prepared to do any and all from St. Louis, is hero to spend tho point to ItA many distinguished alumni, kinds Maker ducting County Conventions and Insti- an academy will be built at that place by of repairing to tlugeies. Carriages, Ate. will nave personal su6- Sirs. SI. now holding posts of honor, and recall Work entrustedto meguaranteed. myPrices reason P. tutes, to explain the aims nud methods a stock compairv, with a little effort and summer witlr her grand-motheper. iiion. All work 0. CO WM. DAUGHERTV. J. Harris. Will Higgins, from Green- tho sweet memories of the illustrious able. conan amount sulliclent can be gotten up, as -. of tho work of the Union and solicit aj tributions in aid thereof, and by person- the material for. building is very cheap wood was to boo his mother und sister dead, who drank of its fountains. We R. B. I?5 al contact stimulate individual workers there. The academy will be heated by last week and returned home Saturday. can but view with pride the long roll of In tho Sunday-Schoo- l cause. The Exec- natural gas frorrr tho well. This well is Dr. Black, a graduate of tho Louisville its eminent men, whose works and inllu-enc- e SUCCESSOR TO utive Committee, to whom is entrusted n curiosity, tire amount of g.is being so Sledical School this year, arrived Friday can never perish. P P to THE HATTER, with ilia sister, visited his wife's relatives the management of the Union, consists great that it never ceases to burn, But with all our gratituto for this her- M'MIOHAEL, with Iris wife, neo Fish, left itage of the past, wo are determined Tom Williams mid Wesley Port wood here and of representatives from each of tho evan511 4TH AVUNUE, gelical denominations in the- State. The had a difficulty early Thursday morning, Saturday for his home in Knox county. with real love and enthusiasm to add to o c LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. work of tho Union is largely sustained resulting in Williams emptying both bur-re- Walter Saunders, of Danville, is visiting its usefuldess; a rrew Centre will be of a double-barrelleshot gun irrto here. Sir. F. W. Miller, of Lexington, built upon the old Centre, its past glory by individual subscriptions and by spec- The Nobbiest & Most Stylish in p 5 ial contributions from counties and Portwood, tho shot lodging irr his groin. is at Crab Orchard Springs. shall bo preserved. Just one year ago p" W Q Stock of Wo had the pleasure of attending upon the resignation of Dr. Ormond A targe number of schools, Tho gun was loaded with bird shot and uchools. school-hous- e 5. Beatty, who has given to our College however, contribute annually 10 cents tho wound is not considered dangerous. the debate at Sic. Holmes' for each oltleer and teacher and two Thu tight was tho outgrowth of an enmi Saturday night and to listen to tho llow-ei- y more than 50 years of his life, and still words of Hon. F. F. Uobbitt and J. holds the chair of Metaphysics, Dr. Win. centa per pupil. Nearly half the amount ty each has had for tho other for some S3 W pa CD a needed !atit year was received from this time. Tiro county authorities hao uev P. Chandler, tho greatest orators of Lin- C. Young, son of the brilliant divine and E er brought to the city of Louisville, now opes including- - the source alone. Will not every school in or Ihsued a warrant for Williams arret. coln. The subject was affirmed that theologian, Dr. John C. Young, was World Turns and the Sun Does called to the presidency. The Board of KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON &C0'S. HATS ST 2 the State endeavor to make such a con He was arrested by the towir marshal "The tribution at once. And may wo not und taken before the police judge, Sev Not Slove." F. F. Uobbitt had the af- Trustees thereupon immediately re- And also my own importation of English HaU hope that each school will send at least eral witnesses were examined and on firmative, J. P. Chandler the negative. solved to add $100,000 to the endowment and Caps An ele jam line ot Canes and Lnn'i a p. one representative to P.iducah? We their evidence Williams was allowed to Both had plenty of tow. The first burn- of the College and Dr. Young, catching Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. Fint ed lorn: and slow, the latter all burned the snirit of this new movement and re- of all Sunday- - go free. urge the SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, 3. " . Frank Fox, w ho has beeu clerking up in one great Hash and left him dark uUzjng tl)e im,)enltivo needs of the Col- .Schools in Kentucky in the subject hereGloves and other Furs, a specialty. Orders out n ere 1 tiro oilier speakers for Welsh A- Wiseman for eight years, m night. mo,t enrlieBty took bold of iris in set forth. K- - t3 w , side of solicited, perfect satisfactlor u --i a Signed by Executive Committee. started Mouday morring for Cincinnati, Mesjra. Davis, Chappell, Witt and Pleas-- work an(l lia3iready aucceeded in se- - teed city Doa'trnl toor.lrr a NOUUV HAT. 21 it . o where ho has accepted a position as trav- turts and each side turned tire worm cur the greater portion of this nddi- S S3 High License vs. Prohibition. cn From the many eling salesman with Alms fc Doepke, overfceveral times .muting arguments. tionai en,i0uuietit. 12. W cr--i The Pniladelphia Record in Humming wholesale dry goods. Judge T. 'A. Mor- J. 1 Chandler remarked in his speech: of,. ncouratrement. we have a firm a B up the rosjlu of tho high licence law that row held a called term of court last week "I am greatly emb.trrassed hero before i)elief jn tiie flUl,re o( 0lir College, and has been In effect in Pennsylvania for to try the case of the widow of C. It the reporter of tire I.vr-niB journal, feel assured that during the next year S o p? some time says: Potts anainst tho L. & N. Railroad Corn- - who will send the news to the four cor-- 1 even moro tnan tjie orikcir.nl amount will ' 1. Drunkenness has been reduced one-hal- f. 5 2, parry, rolls wns kiiica ono year ago ny new of the earth," looking at a certnln .u rni6e,l. lady in the house, indicating that shuj a moat delightful feature con nei'ted a car pacing over Iilm at Junction City. LsLsLsflBR-.xkr"fr?U. Dangerous and debaive "dives" ' with the increase of fund? -i the crea 99sasssVK?fESMaRscXrnfii!Tii The suit was for $30,000 damages. The was your correspondent. , nboliidicd. a number of scholarships, tion of quite ? case was called Wednesday and was rrot is & Across the Mountains to the Sea. s3. Liquor, selling on Sunday wiped decided till Friday evening, when $5,000 errdowed for the benefit of limited -' out. A special excursion iron, urxingioii to mein9 ,,y membcw 0f the press arrd otb darrrages against the railroad was the ver HUSTONVILL-E- , KY. $. Sfof.-tlXhave been added to' tho ivom.orr, ,;.., .wn uo K"?" 'er ronreMnuuive men of our country, uiu dict of tho jury. in to Are auspices of the ladies of tiro I who desire to promote the educational thin,;still thethe business and ready haredo a any. city treasury. & full Undertaking line. VVe in There weio eight graduates from under the has never been established to gen- Centre College this year instead of seven, Christian church nt Lexington at tho advantages ottered by our institution of stock of Cases an 4 Caskets of all kinds and Robel It oi every description Our heirse, which linearly A learning. eral satisfaction that prohibition usually as stated irr my last letter. They wore: low rate of $13 for the round-trip- . on short notice Mr. In this action of the greatest new can be obtained cur business and ulll J B jj 15ROADWAY, Green baschir'o of , . prohibits Uut it is undeniable that high Itobert T. Caldwell, Parksville; James special train will leave i,exmgion via mo interesting to men our coods to any onu needinir anything in shou our f license places great and wholesome re-- e SI. Glvens. Providence; Willis Green, Old Kentucky Itoute, Is. In. M. . Co. Uou t,ei,nIue! 0f a few of these gener-- line. I)., July IS, at (UO ji., arriving t ous benefactors, who so cheerfully show- train tit upon tho liquor truffle, while at Falls of Hough: Walter E. Latimer, Paris, OKI Point at ( v. ji. next evening. This e(, Uloir apI)reciation of our College, thuHumo time compelling it to bear its Texas; Patrick P. Nicholas, Shelbyville; oilers n diversity oi scenic guch .)roininnt Iuun n3 Geo. W. Childs, full share of tho public burdens, Augustus O. Stanley, Danville; William excursion In 1887 5,77;Uicensed saloons and per-.ha- L. Tarkington, Parksville; Edward U. beauties not excelled by any other route, th(J wel.knonn Philadelphia editor and 1,000 unlicensed, wore- engaged in passing through Kentucky, West Virgin-- , plliantiropist; William M. Singorly, Dealer In Uiubbs, Shelby City. Centre Col lego Is tho business. Now the number of licens- ono of the oldest nud best established in- hi, through the cuiiyons of Now River, 1)roprictor nrm eiitor of the Philadelphia Dine Ridge i Kt,00r(. Coif Enjott p. ghepard, oi tiro ed saloons Ls only 1 ,20T, and the proprie- stitutions of learning in tho country. I It across tho Alleghany and tors of these places are prompted by self- - was Btarted in 1810. Tho commence- Mountains to tho city of Richmond, ov. York Mail aud Express; Kobeit interest to see to.it that there is no sell ment, which closed last Thursday, 20th, thence down tho peninsula for 75 York Ledger; , Bonner, of tho Now KY. ing liquor without a license. localities made historic during Ul0ny DeVi Xmv York. George Griffiths, w ado tho 60th annual commencement. An examination of the court records During tho past year Dr. Young, presi- tho late war, to Old Point Comfort and j ma,mfactiirer, Philadelphia; John Monroe. Tickets will be good vere0 shows that police arrest, for all sorts of dent, has succeeded in raising tiro the Baldnin Iocomo-o- u 6um special train and to return any tlmetIvo Co Philadelphia; Thomas Kane, crimes, have been reduced 40 per cent, of $75,000 for its endowment fund and during the year and tho commitments hopes at tho close of another year to in- and by any train within 15 days, from ' ciilciiito, and others. to tho House of Correction 50 per cent. creaso it $25,000 more. Pooplo wduld do datoofs.de. Arrangements havo been T))0 (j0th annual conrmencenient of this made for side trips to Washington via j,uluy f.iv0rca institution lias just been Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is of Cumberland has been tho right tiring to send their children to Tho Rink at n vun low rate, full and complete. We call special attention to our iratod with unusual Interest. Tiro Centre College. Tho school is good and the Potomac River organized at llurk&villc. special rates have been secured at nace.ilnureato sermon was preached by country, besides and Owing to tho falling oil of receipts, as cheap as any in tho tho famous Hygoia Hotol at Old Point. discoursed witlr suriuss Collector r.unum will luivo to dispense pupils havo tho advnntago of the best so- This is your ehanco te make the cheap j Dr Young, who .m., on tbo Divine Teacher, inf, The best Casket of the kind ever invonted. with two of tho division deputies, but Ids ciety in tho land. est trip of tho season. Tor information ,,is bimpii(.jtVF originality and bentjil-ca- ll chief deputy will havo an increaso of on G. W. Barney, Phomix Hotel, cenc0f Not or ve,,ra im8 tilL. condition Embalming- under the most approved method when desired. Otis Nevdand off tho Track for Sheriff. salary f i oin" $1 ,."500 to $1 ,S00. Kentucky (To the Editor Interior Journal ) Mr. Boswvll.at Clarendon Hotel, or S. )f t,(0 College been so vigorous, its out-J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. rovonuo oillcers will draw $M,01X) less Pleasa announce that I havo decided to Uronrberg, T. P. A., Lexington. look so auspicious and full of promise. year than Inst. .this : withdraw from tiro race for sheriti'. Witlr an increased number of students, A Vankeosharper is buying and takI've seen n good m atluitj0.ul it.ome, we are hopeful of When I decided to make tho race, I lrad Great liditor-W- ell, ing options upon all of tho land on no idea of Mr. Meuefec's intention of many mean things in this world, but the rim department of instruction which Gen. llohert E. Leo surrendered running, and the relations between him meanest, shabbiest trick I ever heard of j pr0J,reS3i wIj. i,e more thoroughly organized and and is now trying to buy the old brick and myself are such that I prefer not to was played on me yesterday. You t,(0 njmoitmL.u of a professor of Eng-knobuilding in which tho articles of capitu- run against him. I am very thankful to my business manager always ,ish w,., r0owat onco; t1U8 increasing lation weio drawn and signod by Gens. those who have tendered mo their sup- prints the daily circulation at tho head of tll0 m,mbCr of the faculty by two. Lo t. Lee niul Grant. No ono knows Ids ltc.pt., port. Oris 1. Nkwlaxd. , catej at Danville, it is easy of access, arrd the editorial page Sympathetic WifeOf course students pleasant hoinesi I oilers to its Tho State National Dank of Frank-for- t An Knglish syndicate has bought Hi Great Kill tor Well, last night the pro moral and cultured society and n thor ft organized, with a capital of tho Saltville, Va., salt works for $1,000,- has boon of tho miserable sheet across tho ough education; an education strengthprietor $150,000, and tho board of directors in- 000. . way lined my business manager iirto a ened and elevated by Christianity, one cludes Fayetto Ilowitt, Judge William A Cure or Catarrh y my circula- that makes the Bible one of the requir Hoge,L. O. Norman, in tho head, as writ as of nil bronchial, throat and revival meeting and Lindsay, Charles E. Puck. ed text books. Arrangements will be at oil" 7o,000 copies. W. Gaines, It. K. .McClure, II. P, lung diseases, if taken In time, is effected by u.inz tion has fullen John Golden Medical Disco, ery, or monr.n TT....a.nf -- .. Slason, S. 11. Slason and W. V. Daud- - Or. Pierce's vn onco ellVcted for tho largest possible as ey paid for it villi be promptly returned. doligliYful wedding journey, scmblage of tho friends ami old studerrts are having a A more l.!tnt ph)sic hero in Danville, in October next, when learV Is said Craddock publishes this: "It You netcr will find .Mrs. do Koeuf (of Chicago)It was kov, vm. 0. Young, D. P., will be for- Than Pieice's small "Pellets," that ft certain pastor called upon an elinducted into o.lice an president SW,"n.V Tho Purgaltxe kind. derly lady of his congregation who had of Centre College, and his inau trial romainsasfarastherej but the rest of l.nim mdto sick, ami by way of encour You Cannot Afford was delightful, thank jou. ;,,ddiess will bo delixered. 'Why, sister, your At this seaton of the year to be without a sood re. tiro trip remarked: agement Times. Danvillo, .lunu'J-ltn- . fuce doesn't show that you have been so liable diarrhoea I aliam in the house, at cramps, ' stomconstantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture y a BS 200 barrels of Hour is tho ill.' 'No,' she said, 'but you just, feel relic, durr.iot a and all inflammation of the ..... ,. !.,,,.. of ... Will keep airing nlnuvs tumplalnintr pi... -- moves ach nml bowels me exceedingly dnueeroui if not ..... u.i. ....... tired feeling ? - Ono bottle of riu. one weeKH woric lorxne muis, m and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as such goods :,".-my leg,'" The Cynthiauu Courier ., , of lleKs' Diar about that continual attended 10 at onLe. Ono Give mo a trial and you will be conto expel the old rascal frorrr tho press liroea llalsam will do word KOd '" cases of the .Marge VW lie" can be bought in the cities. W.' Ulood runner and Uloo,l Maker vrilt en- - , f" VN0 - 8,U" for tiro publication and we sec- kind than any ifthcr tnmlicme oil e.irih, Wo guar- ilrely removethls le.llnc.Elvethem aguoJappeiihi tlOU IS lClinzi J.artvinced that I soil lower than tho lowest. a.id regulata digestion. A. U. Tcnny, Druggist. antee it. A K. fenny, Druggist. ond tho motion gFOB, SALE St., i WILSON, si V f. THOMPSON WALLACE E. --- ;? BOYD, ICE! ICEI Pound, 77-t- Cents Attention, Coal Burners. ol XTOTZGEI r, GEOGEQHAN, " PIS -" s ls d Jill Tirr a rm ,Cjk 11 world-renown- 3 9 s.i gfi -- 3s 2 -- , gu-ra- :., , oi. tf1 10. i- J. T. STJTTOIT CO., s Z a -- WM. ADAMS SON, i ' dt-t- K LEXINGTON, KY. i- IB o K WBAHBN, o Goods STANFORD, ' Furniture and Undertakers' Con-Fortre- ss ivientof j TheLarjiest, Cheapest and Best Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Border, Ceiling Decorations and Window Shades INDESTHTTOTIBLE BXTRIX. CASKET, - ( ' w SEW rUWxil UKd STORE! MaVOJK HOFFMAN ?lff PHWA- oh-iuc- ! -- -- I I to-da- tIT W. iVJTi I .Uy i..r ' u is j u.'sA' ''.., p' '. p- -. il o " '. T ! 33 ',l- - PM i .V u A' u- - if ' f pr' PS- Vp Wk are in receipt of n copy of the Now EdjtoR Dychb lias nt Inst awakened, to be York' World's Almanacjjfof .I860, which the fact that of nil unpnttcful human n Cfr-dWings, the politician, whom a paper helps j contains more Useful information thnn4 dozen books combined. To those who to reach his ambition, Is the most pro- - j June 25, 1889 nounceil. For loyeara tho London Echo want knowledge of thlniis political, in Stanford, Ky., I'dticational. roliidous. in fact of has worked in neaboii and out o( season dustrial. TURJV nearlv everything that can be named, and now for its nartv and its W. R. WALTON. tho book is Invaluablo. Price in boards when its editor would liku an acknowl edgment of his services) in tho shape of 40 cents. It is issued byItsthe greatest circulation DEMOCRATIC TICKET. a fat Government office, ho is almost newspaper in tho world, last vear reaching over 100,000,000. laughed to scorn by those ho has helped For State Treasurer, to build up. So sick at heart he is forced This is the season for small colleges STEPHEN C. SHARI'E. to retiro from the pursuit of office, which and universities to advertise themselves he docs as follows: "After surveying by conferring degrees on notablo men. For Ileprexnutive, Lincoln Count, tho Held thoroughly, and to our morti- The Miami University at Oxfo.-d-, RICHARD C. WARREN'. O., fication, we have witnessed tho ingrati Keeks notoriety by making L.L.1K out of Where not. on tude of at least some of our leading poli- - President Harrison, Secretary Noblo and Goods, Clothing. Boots, Shoes, Bv BWte of 28,449 to 0,853 the Ptnte of tIcjnl8nn,lknowJnK that t0 8et.k ami Caps, Rhode Island repeals the following obtain a position through their influence Lot her. In the case of Mr. Harrison, at thoahre-viatio- n to her constitution adopted wonld'be placing the collar around our least, the funny mancannot say Store. amendment devil, for stands for in 1SS0 on a vote of 15,113 to 0,230: "Tho own neck and making ourself the slave say, are manufacture and sale of intoxicating li- of other nnd ungrateful men, wo have his legs, as Mr. Lincoln would Shoes, thh-- week boverago shall bo firmly come to the conclusion that we hardly long enough to reach from his Come one. come quors to bo used as a to the ground. Loon prohibited. The General Assembly shall would rather ho our own master, tlwn body Shoes. provide by law for carrying this article servo at the shrine of the grandest we NEWS CONDENSED. on go into effect." Three years' test of tho week sa.t.h.-- l inn1 n.it alma, iim.rln Monarch, Kim; or Potentate that ever tt.nt.o The Standard Wagon Works at convinced thd people that prohibi- drew tho breath of liberty, and will not $2, week Shoes out by fire Satwere tion is not as effective a wav of dealing make application for any position, great Carthage, O., were wiped 3 &2.50, week be with the liquor question as high license or small." You are right, Mr. Dyche. urday. can z. o Miss Louisa Stutz is sueing her un ween. with every restraint possible placed up- but you made a mistake in the first place on the saloons, and they were unwilling by championing and defending such cle nt Evansville, Ind., for $23,000 for se longer to retain n law on the statute men, whether they are worthy or not. duction. s coarse. Shoes St. Joe, Mo., has another National l)ook that was practically a dead letter. S 75 week $2 sold It Is right to stand by your friends on It waB not a question of temperance and all proper occasious, but yon can main- Bank, the Sohuester Hax, with n capital Shoes were S2 sold weeh but simply one of poli- tain your self respect and compel their of 5500,000. Shoes be cent. Bros', pyrotechnic factory burnof the greatest liver cy in dealing with ono admiration by giving them the devil evils that aflllct the human race. Tho when they deserve it. Fear neither ed, at Boston, causing the Ioes of els or people had tried prohibition and it had judge nor. grand jury in tho dischaigo of more lives. Shoes be sold weeh failed to accomplish what they first a plain duty and when the former asGen. A. C. Myers, Quartermaster cost. of thought it would and like sensible, prac- sails you or your paper from the bench General of the Confederate Army, died goods tical peonlo they vors willing to give up do not content yourself with a mild pro- in Washington. goods. -- July loth Is the time fixed for openpreconceived opinions when found erro- test, but "give him goss and rub it in," neous for something that would better but be sure to do it decently nnd gentle- ing the Louisville Southern for business check the evil of intemperance. The reLexington. manly. By this means you will compel into sult In Rhode Island nnd in PennsylvaMiss Mildred Fuller, daughter of the his respect and friend nnd foe will think nia, where the majority agiinst prohibi- more of you. We would like to see you chief justice, is preparing herself for the legal profession. tion has grown to just 1M,020, is not, get any office you wish, fjr we believe therefore, a blow at temptyance, for wo Drs. Baughman, Herudon and Burn-sid- e you deserve It, but you are right In retake it that a large majority of the poo. have been appointed pension exam Main St., .11. SALINGER, .Manager. solving to wear no man's collar ami we pie there as elscwhero arc temperance iners at Barbourville. hope you will stick to" it. men in practice as well us theory, hut the Andy Caldwell for criminal assault The president took his usual outing verdict is simply one in favor of a better did not take the jury in the case of on a white woman wna shot to death by Sunday, this time going to Cape May. It way of dealing with the liquor question Thomas O'Brien at Lexington many min- a mob at Fairfield, S. C. By the caving in of a mine in Now ! Hamilton Weber, nrrested for the South Wnles 70 miners were entombed than prohibition in tho constitution and utes to decide that he was guilty of the in the statutes. It is as Impossible to murder of Bettie Shea, his lawful wife, murder of five emigranU in Judith Co. alive. , legislate a man into temperance as it la whom he killed to marrv another ho-- Mont., committed suicide. Mrs. Hayes, wife of the a buusmme iwu.mc.-w. V. into Christianity, and the voters of nine man. The people were sreatly excited suffered a stroke of paralysis Friday and on trial at Chicago charged with States in majorities of 10,000 to over over the trial and it is said that a mob is at the point of death. . 200,000 have said by their ballots that met j, have taken O'Brien's life had not nK registered packages. O ATI. IK The number of houses swept away .. uwu - that proposition. they are convinced of aiuu "e uoiei ai : the jury decided promptly that he must by the flood at Cambria City, of which Scar-'v&izAs long as men drink it, whisky will be ,i; tf nu n mnf nttrnoinna ,mir,fr leased by J. P. Gross, at Lexington, at not a vestige remains, is 325. SAXh',,.V?.,Kf tj,'1c.l;,,';i?1 ?LV- .-' -'""' sold and it is right and proper that those and the sooner the guilty wretch pavs $3,000 a year for three years. The Prince of Wales gave more than Manufacturrd nd lor tuic to the trade by tit Ind., comml'ted A ml at Elkhart. who sell It shall help pay for the crimi .i i... iui: utiici iui iijc i... aju.i ium. it... itiu ii'iimo .i.i... sufferers - his mother to the Johnstown nal prosecutions their traffic induces, ti, r..rf WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., innMia ;n tif.. tn nea suicide because of a morbid eensitlve- She sent her sympathy. Ho lnnight two Ky. H,VWUll..fU.... will be various ness over ncr nescy wiiuihum. therefore wo are for high license and the upon the case and there performround-tri- p tickets to Buffalo Hill's benefit higher the better, with every restraint and sundry delays yet, before the A C SINE The railroads have fixed a ance. J..V.ME.NKFEK. possible thrown around the business to Bummer rate, good till Oct. 31, to swings from the gallows. The Court of Appeals has sustained San Francisco from Louisville at $100. and reduce its evils o the minilessen Judge Grace's decision invalidating the mum. Bill Chandler says that "all accounts Peddler Lavine wan murdered and wife vote of Christian county subscribing as leaves a which represent It is the height of folly nnd an exhi- ing my ear or Mr. Blackburn from pull- robbed near Louisville. He week ago. $200,000 to the Ohio Valley and J200.000 my to whom he was married u dragging me of imbecility to charge that a man bition to the Cairo & Tennessee railroads. unresisting about Four blocks were burned in Vanwho voted for the prohibitory law now chair, or hauling me After July 1 General Manager begging couver, W. T. The buildings were ShinxlcH, Etc., in force in this county, Is not a democrat the room, or represent me as of tho Chesapeake & Ohio, will face as an evidence protection of the committee, or as in any small, and the loss will not exceed $70,- take charge of traffic matters as well or to flaunt it into his A3STB of his lack of fealty to party, when that way deprecating Mr. Blackburn's wrath, 000. Mouldings, Brackots and Scroll Work, at Johns- - of transportation. Traffic Manager MurBodies are still being found man Bticks to his first love and votes for are untrue. The ebullition was more ray resigns to go with the Bee Line. ludicrous than dangerous." Blackburn town and it is now claimed by ttie the democratic nominees every time. We Cashier Voight, of the defunct Farthat Chandler has lied and the Isicians that 10,000 people perished in the Cedar and Locust Posts. do not blame a man, on the contrary we mers' and Mechanics' Bank, at Pittsburg, ' flood. says that if Chandler's W will carry a full nock of praise him for voting for prohibition or Louisville Times t.erj thing found In a Lumber Yard. Two men went to the home of a col has b'en sentenced to six years' imprisA C SINE, Ilu.infM Maotgrr, local option, if he thinks that n better ear was not pulled, he has been of false pretenses, ami we ored man named Coleman, near Hop- - onment for embezzlement. His money way of dealing with the liquor question. ed by means Hamp- - kinsville, called him to the door and kill- - went in the Fidelity Bank wheat deal. that the action It is a moral question solely and one up- move Legislature be of the Newnull and ed him. John Wilson threw red pepper In decla.-eon which the best minds differ, as hon- shire nas been tho jailer's eyes at Gainesville, Texas, void. An Illinois state Senator est men preferring high license as tho3o awarded damages of 35,500 for being hurt and tried to make his escape, but the traffic; altogethCol. W. 31. Hull, of the who attempt to stop the railroad upon which he was riding officer fired in the direction of his footiB stirring up the rural rooster on a er. We take it that but for democratic steps and put a bullet through his hear. votes the prohibitory law would never on the importance of aiding in the esAndrew Grimes was hung nt May Simon Cameron was prostrated Gen. havo passed in this county and divested tablishment of a bureau of information by a stroke of paralysis at his home, Lauding, N. J., for the murder of John of politics many of such voters are ready and immigration, the object of which Donegal Springs, Pa., and his condition Martin. He wns perfectly unnerved, DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, to endorse it again. And right hero it shall be to make known the resources of crying like a child ami shaking like an may be well to state Mr. Warren's posi- every county in the State to those seek-in- is critical. FANCY ARTICLES, &0 Thibodeaux, La., Editor Facquct aspen leaf, imploring the sheriff all the At homes, nnd to turn the tide which tion, which is being misrepresented by for print- - while to spare him. t shot and killed Editor Noquin n n't Miln i'hyiiclant prcicriptiout accurattly conpd'.mdcd. Ant llnaitii nnnf liviiriHO certain people, either ignorantly or maMnitin Irons, the once powerful laas drunk charge that Facquet liciously. In proposing to restore to tho The late press meeting endorsed ti.Jmg the bor leader in Missouri, who sent word to a people the right of self government, "move and it Bliotild be both the pleas- - ar picnic. At Franklin, William Hilton, a mm- General Manager Iloxie that he didn't .,.. which tho prohibition law takes from ure and the duty of every """i"'!'" , .., i .niwi: have time to see him, is now dirty and THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, them, ho does not provido for an elec- man to aid it. 'lmeks nnd bonds, rather than leave his half clothed running a shabby little CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. tion on the question whether the people fruit stand in St. Louis. July 31st will be a red letter day for! to his wife and son. want it or not, but only after a sufficient the majesty of the law, when Dilger and property Chairman Palmer, of the Pennsylva- Ever Ironghi to thu rnarlccl. Trice tower than 'Hello, boys! come here and I'll give the lowed. Watches, Clock and Je tlry lie. number of reputable voters shall peti- Smart feel the halter draw In expiation you tickets to the hanging," is the greet- nia prohibition party, says that his side on thorijnntice and arrj tej. tion thecounty judge to order one held, of their cowardly murders. Three men ing of Murderer Charles Dilger to pass-er- a was sold out by the republican leaders and at certain recurring periods if they and one woman lost their lives at the and that next year the prohibitionists . by In the Louisville jail. .j,,,!. bo desire.' It is both false and malicious hands of the two brutes, who oughteven A mall pouch, the contents of which will see to it that the republican State J.mlIea the thorlcii, to charge that Mr. barren's mission to before that to have died the ignominious hour qtilckcit between are supposed to have been very valua- ticket is not elected. Frankfort is to wipe out the present law. deatli reserved for them. Walter and George Lyford, two boys, ble, was stolen at Nashville, Tenn., beHo could do It If elected, but he has no were drowned while bathing near New Ortween the postollico nnd depot. desire nor inclination to do so. In a The News is authority, for the stateN. J., Sunday. Two men and two Mrs. Lizzie Lind, of Kansas City, word he will amend tho law so that a ment that Hon. Win. Berkele declines poured coal oil over herclothes and then women, while out boat riding nt PhilaEntire Train Kun Through Without Change. vote can bo taken on it If tho people to accept the nomination of the republihusband re- delphia, were drawn over tho dnm and apwaVjW aaaawy. waaaHejaj 'aMpjuimiaw.i aj do so. That much and no more. can party to make the race for represen- set them on fire because her want to THKOUGirCAR SERVICE. drowned in the Schuylkill river. home late at nights. Sho died. tative of Garrard county. This leaves turned Piatt, of New York, who does not in the n of the city of Lachan, South.lloiind -- Train No i, Pullman lloudoir Iluif. A couple of years ago Miss Irene the race between R. II. Tomlinson and ci bleeping Car., Cincinnati to New Orleam sued John W. Langley, of Floyd the "nagur," which is a practical walk province of Szechuen, China, lias been himself think very much of Harrison, Chatlanut(a to hhreveporl. Tram No. 5, Pullman lloudoir Iliiffei Sleepinir destroyed by a fire of four days' dura- sayB that a distinguished Senator recounty, In the U. S. Court at Frankfort Car. Cincinnati 10 New Orlean. and Cincinnati over for the former. to Jack.onville and Kno.vill.. Sleeper St. I.oul for $50,000, for defamation of diameter tion. Twelve hundred people lost their marked in response to his question, "I (ZJataM toNew Orlrani via .M. ,V O, don't think that God Almighty's overThk National Prohibition Convention lives. in certain vile and disparaging remarks uSBM of which Langley, it held at Indianapolis, May 31, 1888, deAlice Beekman murdered her coat would make a vest for Harrison." Mrs. about her chastity, Conden.ed Schedule In Effect .March 31, 1889. MMiVl.Kl'lW Pomeroy Clark was wounded and is alleged, made representation that ho clared unequivocally for woman's suff- infantum! then killed herself, nt SterXtJCVD DOWN. URAD UP. had personal knowledge and experience. rage, Every voto for a prohibition nom- ling, Kas., leavinu a pathetic note to her his wifo was killed near Elgin, Neb., bv Nick Foley, who became enraged nt Mrs. TkAlNs MlUill. TKAINSTfoTTTuT At the first trial tho jury hung, but tho inee is an endorsement of that plank. husband, attributing her act to JfoTTa" No. s. Clark's sister because she refused to No. t. 'No. 3. No, j. No. t. No. 4. No. 6. STATIONS. was impaneled last week mulc- Are Lincoln county people prepared to one that Daily. Daily. Dally. Dailv. Mm. Daily Katt marry him. He tried to kill tho whole 1.1m. Ex. Sun. Dally. !Ex. Mm. Sun, Dally. Urn. K. Daily. Dan Harwick, William Stein and ted tho gay and apparently lying lothario swallow that proposition ? A rv 640 a m 64) pm 1015 a m l.'ve... .Cincinnati Seo p m. 17 a m 3 3p m in $2,500 and, cost. Lnngley Is the memJames Halford, convicted of train rob- family and then escaped with a posso in ocjam 4 03 pmf 93pm 735am .Williaroitown..L.'vc 513am v 30 a m 5 47Pm pursuit. Jipm While taking care of the Georgetown a m 7 oi pm 10 19 pm,,..- 4 loam ber of the legislature from his county and bery in Arizona, havo been sentenced to 74m i38p m Port wood, 1039 Lexington. 348am 4 13pm 7 00 a m mopm Corporal Tanner does 25 years imprisonment each In the peni- two Tom WillinmBand Wesley quarreling n ;op m 7 35 prnojs pmli035a m f.ve. and deserters, is said to be a decidedly fresh individual youths who have been ...Lou. S. K. K....Arr. I.vo, Ilurin Arr forsoine time, met in Danville, when with n propensity to manufacture and not forget his family. He has just ap tentiary. 11 17 am Lve m 310pm 5 50 am 10 .Arr ...Ilurein Portwood slapped Williams. Williams iajpm 8 45Pm II 01 52 Mrs. Sarah J. White-linwomen, thinga pointed his daughterto an $1,800 clerk' 30 p m at noon tell of his conquests with ,.Danville..i... i 50 pm 859pm a 16 am , 3Sa m a m soon returned with a 11811m a 53 a m 330 a m 1031pm ..Junction City.., 15 pm Philadelphia murderess, will left and 9 10 pm l 30 a m 11 45 nm so honest man would consider ship. Tho republican idea of a pater 3 the that everv loao pm fired upon Portwood, severely wounding 300 p m Someriet..,.,,. a 05 am I 00 pm 05 a m 5pm 8 30 a m inviolate,' even If true. Miss Cowden is nal government continues to spread. ...Uakdale., 15 ...:.,.,, 3 as am be hung by the neck till alio Is dead. Sho him in both legs. 650pm 9 35 pmin 111m m 4 am 40 m 85 am 0 00 p nv ai v.unaiianoogai.'ve 010 pm J733a m does not want TenMiss MclvmaTovis, a young lady of 10 00 pm r from 4 ooam and says sho a p m; L'veM,Chattnnooga.Ar'v 7 9 10 35 Local oition in communities that is ready to go New Albany, has gono to law against Jooam o pm 9 49 p m Ar'v....Atlall4.. 4 47m nessee, and it is hoped she will be ablo want it am) can enforce it, and high li- a reprieve. .t 4S P m 11 45'p mL've... llirmingham William Stone, a merchant of Clark 300pm 300pm .TuicnIooa. was a mistake about Pennsylva- county, Ind. She sues him for $100back $2,500 homo with her. 608 pm 30 a m' to take tho 01 a mj It cense where thoy do not, seem to be a l.'ve ooop m II 5 pin 4 43 a m'Ar'v......Meridian poll tax qualification salary, duo her as saleslady, sho sues him Orlean, ...Ivc 4131m 3 35pm 0301m II 00 a m1 I.'ve.....Meridian more practical solution of the liquor evil nia repealing tho al The democrats of this, the 18th 5 10 a m ,Ar'v for voters. It failed to carry by 150,000 for seduction, sho sues him on a bastardy 940 pm Jackon,....Ar'v 9 10 a m I.'ve ....! o lop m district, will bear in mind that the than prohibition, at least a study of the although tho leading democratic and re- warrant, and for i5,000 for breach of am I.'ve..Vickbur;,.... ... 400pm II 13 results has convinced us that it is. promise. Monroe a 35 pm Ivc ...10 oj a m committee has fixed next Saturday for publican politicians wero for it. a jap m Jr v....anreveport.... Senator Faulkner gives the Ho to ...' 600 a m c )unty conventions at each of the courtof New Chandler's claim that Blackburn did not r gets his reward. Hon. Daniel Dougherty, Axothkk Nonh.Hound: Train No. houses of the four counties to vote for a Col. William Cassius Goodioo has been York, who nominated G rover Cleveland pull his ear by stating that tho Kentuck-m- n Rhrevennrtto Chnttanooga. Pullman lloudoir lluflet Sleeping Car., New Orlean. to Cincinnati Judge Breck- appointed collector in the Lexington dis- for did twist the auricular, at the samo Train No 6, PullmanHoiuloIr Buffet Sleeping Car. New Orlean to Cincinnati. jnmineo for State Senator. the presidency at the St. Louis Contar nauanooga inridge is the only candidate, but tho trict, which appointment, like tho rest vention, will deliver the 4th of July time romnrking, "D n you, I can't Trainees, ruiimaiuiouuoir A.nu ruuciaicriiinir :0. Sleep,,, from 10 llncinatiand m.,, r.i. and E. T.. nvillc ,0 Cincinnati, via W. At strike ypu while you nro sitting down, their interest of democracy should display WUOLLhv. Irav, Pan. Art I ..inn the Kentucky collectors, is an excel- oration at the Lexington Chautauqua t,ut j ctin 8i,ow mv COnterapt for. you by JOHN C.GAULT, General Manager. r HANK D, .G. EDWA11DS, Gen'l l'a... andTkt i ",' v in tho matter by turning out nnd giving Clnclnuuti ,01ilo. twisting your ear." one, Assembly. lent him a large vote. I' ft v. f fie i.G d blv Bikers TOWARD THE LOUISVILLE than at the Louesville STORE I Pv lLr " bargains are facts and prices nominal. You'll find Continent better values in Dry Mats, TrtmJis, Carpets, Matting, $c, this broad long-leggv- d law-ha- d all, and secure the greatest bargains in prices: La dies' Dongola hid button strictly warranted solid leather, which had our great run at $1.50 will this at SI. 25: Ladies' SJtnt. sold heretoforetat this at $ J.JO; Ladies' which sold at and sold this at $2; all ladies' Slippers will reduced per mis omy. at our wonderful Men i anti-tenipera- which were sold at 31.50, J. and at S1.2o;Men s fine which sold at and S2.25 at SJ; all finer grades of Men's will reduced 25 per this this Our endless variety of Children's and Slippers will this regardless Remember these are strictly solid leather and no shoddy or auction J p THE LOUISVILLE STORE, Stanford. c) The Great Remedies i Miti-iiit r i. steal-wou- ld - r.i. r MrttTsassa.Tarta'iaaf'ftss c-- 'i"i .. m... - .,..., mm-der- -- c- - Wllliniiifiburg, cr SINE & MENEFEE, IUIih, C Har-aha- n, ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, CSASH, DOORS PATENT feUftTOS I phy-intimat- es wms AND s:lat nrtt-cla- iO TENCX, ct -- Courier-Journa- l, Ac Bo PENNyT dead-hea- ir - West-vill- e, Cincinnati aiul leans. BG&vB:bBB&M Cow-de- One-ha- lf I coflee-cool-er- s 1 To-da- y g, ID shot-gun- 1 1 1 m 35. good-lookin- g school-teache- 1 1 1 Ar'v-.Ne- Sem-tori- w k -- spell-binde- lt :'. yJiiMiatf ; i- - jjfcjjytJfcflaajMi ' 3. r:rT .. r ,'- - '7" l . fa -i y'.-- ... ,r ii . .i.ys . itffufgJL. .? ,1 lialtiyrf .a' JMHBg..j jtLklAft 'tt,ritLAWit n f frWtlli airf- Jkkk ' - "Tnftiiffn ' lglrep;rPwP,BW 1"1. t . T.t' A - -- i w -jt.1-- ir m iX--.- - T .. v Semi-Week- ly ) Interior Journal Ky., CITY AND VICINITY. Wikk at Sine '. HcrtfiiH for doors Mem-fee's- Milk HitAKEnt .limner's. & . Stanford, June 25, 1889 B.C. WALTON.BUB. ManaR0f MEANS BUSINESS. Watches and Jewelry repaired mid warranted. A. It. Venny. Landhetii'm Gnnlen Seeds fresh and genuine, in bulk or package, at A. 11. Tub best place to buy drugs, patent medicines and toilet articles is t A. 11. Penny's. Ui'Y your school books, ink, tablets, paper, pencils and school supplies of all kinds from A. It. Penny. PERSONAL POINTS. renny's. the The The Stanford Roller Mills have shut in the Walnut Flat district was awarded M. F. HrmT is on a visit to Paducah. took it for $475, to W. F. Mis La fit a Kli.ih is visiting friends In down for two weeks in order to get the after the Itainscy, who plans had been changed and rollers in tho proper condition for a Danville. FOR SALE BY the cost reduced. Mit. ami Mm. H. C. ititidiiT are visit- heavy run on the new crop of wheat. ... ing Mrs. J. K. Farrls. It has not rained since Friday, since The L. it X. will sell during the season E. C. CorKEY anil George Portmnn, of round-triLouisville, to Crab which It has been delightful weather for ticket from Liberty, wc.a here Sunday. Orchard nt So, to Rock Castle Springs at harvesting. All the farmers seem to be Miss Axnik Hai'iiiimax has returned $11.25 and from other stations in propor- nt it too, ns hardly a man from the counfrom u visit to friends in Hoyle. try could be seen on the streets yestertion; tickets good till Oct. .'U. Mi:h. G. A. Lackey bus leturncd from day. t a visit to her sinter In Louisville. R. C, Waiiuen will speak at Waynes-burg- , The picnic given by the Cherry Grove Mas. Uki.i.k IIaiii", of Lexington, is the Friday, '.'8th, and at Eingsville the l in Mr. Miller's beautiful guest of Mr. ami Mrs. J. S. Jones. 2!Uh at '2 i. M. nt each place. IIu will al- grove oh Saturday was largely attended Miss Minva Piielih, of Kicliniorid, is so hero county court day and has and greatly enjoyed. Songs and recitathe guest of Miss Mary Mc Kinney. arranged for a full month's work In tions and an excellent dinner were the Maj. J. A. liviiNstDE, of Lancaster, July. . features of the day. InwHtd through to 1xtisville yesterday. Fou Jaileii. Tho announcement of is. M. Qwkss has returned from a visit The young gentlemen who attended r George S. Carjienter for jailer is made thu Lancaster hop speak of it as a deto bis sister, Mrs. W. C. Davis, nt Sower-in this issue. Mr. Carpenter on. lightful occiision and lsire their thanks John 11. Finn, Kmj., the biggest man is quite popular all over the county and tendered to the members, who were unin the mountains, is here on legal bush has numerous friends who will stand by tiring in their effort to entertain, for a no. T. IIoskind, a merchant of Pine him to the end. most enjoyable evening. Mh. J. Mn. George Stone having declined on Is hvre as a witness in the Sowder's vllle, J. B. Owkns has qualified as City Maraccount of ill health to become n candinise. shal with Sam M.Owens and J. W. Sal- - Kentuckians generally played At - " Casey and Russell iu Proctor Mits. J ank Cakteii has returned from date to represent lee sureties. We believe that Mr. Owens Knott, but they'll hardly do so a fourth In Tennessee and Il- the legislature, Chairman J. 15. Stone a visit to relatives will make a good ollicer. If ho does he time in face of such odds. The race was has called n meetini; of the democracy linois. will have no warmer supporter than this worth to tho winner $18,000. Gov. James G. Given, of Louisville, for next Saturday. 'JOtli, to make a nom- paper, if not then not, very decidedly. Referring to a recent paragraph In was up Sunday to see his brother, W. I'. ination. m nil was set for the trial of , t'8 paper, the .Midway Ulipper says: Given. Thuoat Cut. Xews comes through Mn. L. II. Johnson and family, of Lex- two TenneKsee papers that Rev. Jon A. Slgiur.li for the murder of young Higgin-- 1 We do not know it to be positively true ington, are visiting the family of Col. W. Munday, the evangelist and prohibition botham, some 25 years ago. The gover-- , that Mr. Harper has given the running of Anilio Wnekbnrii to Mr. S. Itvnsley. lecturer, whose doings hero several nor appointed Judge Morton to try the,nunlttiM Cou and Mn. T. P. Hill have leen years ago our people will remember, had case and he nnd Judge Morrow of conn- - Campbell, but that would be nothing for visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Marshall, his throat cut from ear to ear in a bar- sel for the accused passed up to Mt. Ver- -' J'!'" t0 (,: Ut' hns l,,nt,v of money and likes to add to it, hut he is not nearlvso . .... at Pnrksvllle. csterua. room broil in Haltimorc. nigiMrdly as the Jouinal would have his .1. S. Hicb, of Cave City, is temporarily Anotiieh costly freight collision occur-- 1 r('aih'n Mleve. Every year he contrib-- i Sam M. Owens' candidacy for engaged in the train dispatcher's otlico Mtcs large sums to eleemosynarv nnd on the C. S. rriday, this tune ijiisi08 institutions, and does a great deal as jailer is announced in this Issue. at ltowland. Boyle county. Two causes are alleged of good and with it all there is no blow-fo- r Gov. McCiicaiiy has appointed Sam Mr. Owens has made a capable, Imparso many accidents on that road, one! fng or attempt at ostentation. W. Menefee to the nuval academy at tial and excellent ollicial and we do not that the men are the other think he is asking too much from the Annapolis, Mil. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. that they are incompetent to till the po-l nail a democracy to show Us appreciation of his on a Mn. John O. Xeal itcp-cBilious assigned them. Miss May Sommers, for two seasons few days since and is sutlering severely services by an endorsement for a second the belle of Cape May, eloped with her is term. A iiKCEiTioN from 0 till 0 on Fridoy Goods, the etRcU of it. father's French cook. Miss Xavneule Camtiiell, of Hock The speaking nt Hustonville Saturday evening wns given Rev. and Mrs. John John J. Vanarsdale, of the livery find Castle Springs, is visiting in the city. by Hon. It. C. Warren and Eld. J. Q. Bell Gibson hy Mr.andMrs.S.J.Embry. firm of Vanarsdale & Givens, Harrods-burg- , Montgomery was quite largely attended A large number of intimate friends were was married in that city to Miss Mkh. C. E. Wilmot, of Lexington, is and much enjoyed by their adherents. present und a most delightful evening husband, Mr. Warren is making no fight against was spent. The lunch, which was Mrs. Bettie Chelf. ;ending n few days with her Kansas City has broken the record preparatory to moving here. temperanco and his preacher opponent Embry's own handiwork, was n regular on divorce suits. A petition wns filed, It is rumored that Wood Hocker, of can not drive him into taking issue on feast and included everything from the docketed and granted there Saturday in just 10 minnti'H. Springlleld, Mo., lato of this place, drew that question. He is a temperance man substantial to the delicacy. Ixmisiann lottery. $5,000 in the hy faith and practice, which is more CHURCH AFFAIRS. The trial of General Sowders for bail Mas. W. M. Ikxn.K, of Clarksville, than can be said of many who are now before Judge Varnon was called at 2 Rev. George Hunt will preach at Tenn., passed throuuh Friday en route parading as prohibitionists. o'clock yesterday, with the defense in, Halls Gap Church next Sunday at 3 to Lancaster to visit her parents. published at thu hands of D. G. Colsou and R. C. o'clock. The Misses Annie ami Lou Di'.nn have reWarren und the commonwealth repreAt the Baptist Association Rev. II. turned from a week's stay in Danville, Somerset, is tearing its bhirt because the Inteuioh Jouhnal nine didn't sec fit to sented bv Varnon and Carpenter. Sow- - T. Daniel reported on State missions that and Mist Alice Holmes returned with play the nine there a date they had Bet. ders killed Jack Turner, or he is accused 44 ,ni8,:onnrk.H l,ml supplied (13 churches them. of the murder, nt Pineville nnd has been where 002 nersons were converted. More Mus. W. G. Sala and daughter, Miss The 1. J's. weren't afraid, as the of Kentucky was mision-arOra, have returned from a protracted visInsists, ami will prove their in jail hern for safe keeping. The case than f of "the churches ground. was likely, when we went to press, to Mrs. Sala's mother, at Logans-MHt- , it to grit by wiping up the earth with them do nothing for State missions. Indiana. July 4th. Iu the meantime the Somer- last till a lato hour last night. It is the same everywhere. The Mimes Annie Jennings, of St. Louis set boys can practice killing bats, n sport rwcholasville Journal says: "It is a Council at Its last meeting noticeable fact that when Bro. Barnes The City and Mary Clay Thompson, of Ixmisville, not unlike "twlrler" Rice will give them appropriated $500 for the proposed cut- preached a free sermon the house was are the guests of Misses Ophelia mid Cla- when he geta in the box. off niko and continued Messrs. Vande- - packed nnd jammed, but when he lec- ra Lackey. tnrcil and were expected to What Xickels Can Do. The first veer nnd Miller as a committee to inves- - contribute the auditors there was a con- Messiis. D. W. VANnBVKEii, A. It. Pen n small fee, .. ... tignte the water works proposition. 1 hey Mmhe fl,n j, off in attendance. The ny, J. F. Peyton, J. C. Hays and other Sunday iu January last a nickel each was are to get all tho information about the meaning of this (in a horn) is that our Masons attended thu St. John's celebra- given such of the Presbyterian Sunday-schoo- l scholars as would take it, with the cost, construction, to., obtainable and re-- people are more pious than literary. tion at London yesterday. regular meeting. To'Gwt l,lliMteM,nta J no. A. Haldeuan, of the Louisville object of increasing it as much as possi- port at the next this end thev have started Maj. II. A. ' Times, was up to see his wife at Crab ble in six months. The little stewards NEW ADVEUTISEMENTS. on an inspecting tour of water Orchard Sunday,, On his return he rendered an account Sunday afternoon, Evans thorwhich showed that they had made and works and he is to acquaint himself stopped here for a few hours. oughly with the question. Mr. Win. SA3I M. OWENS ItEV. and Mrs. W. A. Giiihon, of Lou- collected $G.10. It is amusing to see how some of them Invested their nickel Welsh proposes to put up the works, lay It a Candidate for a Jailer ot Lincoln isville, and Mrs. II. H.Sharron.of Parks-villi- , the main and furnish 10 acres of land for county, lublect to tlie action of the Democratic attended the reception given Itev. and tho results: Arch McKinuey made $1; James Bur- $15,000, or ho will sell the 10 acres for and Mrs. John Hell Gibson Friday night. $3,000, to bo taken in stock. It is proSo cents ami collected 01; lien Wear-eMiss Raciiael Allison left Thursday ton G. S. CARPENTER $2 and collected 61 cents; liarnes posed that tho city subscribe $5,000 and P. Main and Somerset Streets. for Lexington, where she joins n party to bo ndsed uuiong It a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, Wearen 15 cents and 21 cents; Jnnle the rest of the stock to the action of the Democratic party. for X. Y., and will sail from there the Wearen 40 and 22; Steele Ralley 50 and the citizens. Thoe who have studied 21Uh for Europe- to be gone six or eight $2.21: Isabella Uilley 55 and $1.00; Ash- - the matter say it is bound to pay and N. months. that there will be no troublo in raising Two of the finest Bjieclmens of crayon by Warren 50 nnd $1; Truehenrt Uotirno It a Candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of pud 42; Miss An- the funds. trie Lincoln Democracy, portraiture ever seen in this city are $1.00; Jullen Bourne 05 FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. of Col. John S. Hughes and wife nie McKinney $1.75; Miss Annie Alcorn those SALE of Stanford, executed by Mr. Malcolm $10; Kato Alcorn 75; Kindrick Alcorn SI d J.H. Baughman sold to T. D. and 53; Mary T. Helm 50 and 35; Ben A. M. Feland has 4 good Milk Cow, for tale, all Ijickey. Richmond Register. a combined gelding for $175. Owsley 30 nnd thoroughbred Shorthorn, with calves 10 days old, Piiof. J. M. Huahari) left Sunday Helm 50 and 35; Emma 1 on having had calves within Tho LouisvillainH bet 3 to of each other. 34 Is Receiving1 His night for Knoxvillf, Nashville and oth- 34; Howard JJruco 50 and $2.55; Graclo Knott, who was not first by any means. A good chance to set a good hcun and a thoroughcow Rochester 75 nnd 01; Mattiu Hopper er points in Tennessee. His sons, Eubred bull calf cheap. Alio have some nice young JameB Chappell sold to Henry Chnn-dle- r Willie Hopper 45; Alfred Hlggins 75 bulls ready for serice, gene and Arthur, went to Louisvillo a pair of young maro mules for 37 A !. FELAND. and40;Hnrry Higgins oOand 35; Misses Monday to spend a week or two with Stanford, Ky. Goods'Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial Annionnd Lou DunnSO cts. each; Bessie $J50. relatives. Wilson Dunn, of Garrard, bought of Reid 10 cents; Fred DeCoo $1.20; Pearl Mn. S. V. Rowland has received the HOUSE, filly for Burnsldo $2.22; Ora Sala $1.20; Lulu Thomas White n commission of Mr. Samuel A. Xewell, of LIBERTY, KY., Owen Miller 10; Tim $200. Pulaski county, as a commissioner for Rochester $2.55; Sodio Alcorn Win. Graves sold to Jesse Martin, of 52; Mary Pennington S1.05; F. W. WARRINNER.PROP'R. the Deaf and Dumb Institute, to fill the $2 and $1.35; Walter O. Hopper do- Midway, 8 mare mules at $135. vacancy caused by tho death of Hon. Bruce I have leased the above Hotel and intend runnated $1. ning It in first'Clats style in vcry particular. SpeGeo. It. McKee, of Covington. Danville on cial attention to commercial men. Wanted nt once, a lot of cattle Somu of thu children speculated in Advocate. grass. Good water oranges, 70 acres of chickens, vegetables, Mn. 0. M. Randall, of London, one PRICE 3t. If you buy aMcCORMACK REAPER or MOWER you are certain Ac,, others nindo candy out of sugar and and shade. Stephen Burch. of tho cleverest and most deserving Johnson, of Boyle, bought in the sold it, a fuw sold beat biscuit, some eggs to get one of the best Machines made. young republicans of our acquaintance, others aprons, pin cushions and sundry west end of this county a bunch of 2 nnd If you buy a McOormack Machine you can dopend on getting repasRcd bacR from Richmond tho other x cattlo at 2 to 2? cts. other ways. ' At tho conclusion of the r fTHIS preparation,wIthout pairs when wanted, without delay or vexation, which is one of tho day, wlioro ho had been to secure the VMLSSX' Yearling cattle sell in Texas at $5 to rs services, which consisted of recitations m. ro: deputy collcctorshlp of his district, iniiirv rmnvp nmnica most important objects to consider when selecting1 a Reaper or G'ftcoi. on the isles of tho sea, tho missionary $13 per head tho former price for sageIriH. lAvar-MolePlm- which wo hope he will get. work connected with them and music, brush scrubs, nnd the latter for prnrie-gras- s plos, Blnok-HoadSunburn and Mowor; no mistake about it. Dn. J. G. Oaiii'kntkii left Saturday for grades. The McOormack Machine Oo. have always beeh in the lead of Tan. A few applications will render the the children voted to appropriate their Newport, Rhode Island, to attend tho money half to educating a natlvo of JapOnly about 50 mountain cattle on most stubbornly red (kin soft, smooth and their competitors in the manufacture of Twine Binders, and with American Medical Association, which is an for tho ministry nnd tho other to aid tho market at Lancaster yesterday, most white. Viola Oroam is not a paint or iu session there. Ho will read two pa- the spread of the gospel In tho moun- of which sold at 12.05. Farmers harvest" powder to cover defect!, but a remedy to cure. their Improved No. 4 and Big Four Mowers they have a line of MaIt la superior to all other preparations, and chines second to none. pers that ho has taken great caro in pre- tains. Mr. Helm was very nJuch grati- ing and crowd very small. a la guaranteed to clro satisfaction. At "ChronioSciat-ica- , paring, ono of rthichisori By all moans, sec or mailed for SO cents. Prepared by Those who know tell us that the Machines before you make fied with tho work of tho little stewards Pathology and Treatment," in tho and complimented them very highly for wheat Is being harvested in pretty fair Q. O. Sc CO., your selection for coming TOLEDO, OHIO. Surgical Section, and , "Internal Ear showing tho older persons what could be condition and that there will bo about GEO. . WEAREN, Ajjt. SO per cent of tho average. For Salt at McRoberts & Sugg's, Stanford, Ky. done with u llttlo etlbrt. Deafness" In the Ear Section. p A Xy. 1 Bt'coiid-linn- d O.nk good Hocoiul'lmntl mower for sale. for wile clienp. 1. M. Bruce. I binder Mutcalf & Foster. I " ,. liiutnx books for IKSt) are now ready. (Jam. nt our store and cut twine w ill pleast come forward and ., . and machine oil. Metcalf it . . , , xt jmy ins iiixt'd iu uuce. i. u, tuwiiinii, " It will bo seen by his card elsewhere olierm. that Mr. Otis Xewland has withdrawn) u,jitii.--CoT. P. Hill received a dis. horn the race for j patcli Sunday that bis daughter, Mrs. E. Twisb for bindfis and n number of V. .Smith, at Toiiton, X. C, was the braiiil new busies for sale cheap. Call mother of a Hue bov. iearly iiud take flrtt choice of thuhiiKirics. A NKWtoMKit to Stanford uinused him" I.M. Uruce. self on bis premises Sundav by practicTiiip.vkh broke into .1. H, Paxton's ing with his pistol at a target tind yesteru .Saturday night, but evident- day paid So into the city treasury for his ly became frightened and ran ofl empty fun. . . bunded as nothing is inistini;. building of new school-hoiifc- e -1. sli.-rlirnieat-liouH- II. Prewitt has bought tu the last few days a large bunch of mountain cat-tie at L'J cts. He also sold 1U yearling' Walter A. Wood heifers to a Marion county party at SHI.-2W. 1 6. and window I Sunday-Schoo- m m m m TI)ose excellent young farmers, the JoneB Uros., tell us that their wheat harvest is progressing favorably and that, both the yield and the quality of grain are good. The Helena, Montann, Independent contains a list of horses being trained by John W. Engleman, late of this place. It includes ten animals, among which are some extra promising ones. C. M. Spoonamore sold Dave Prewitt 8(1 lamb1., weighing pounds, at 6 cts. These lambs were raised fioin ewes. Also 20 hogs, averaging LHJ0 pounds nt SU.So; small bunch of aged sheep at 3 cents. At Lexington a temporary association has been formed for tho purpose of holding a two-daymeeting, consisting of running and trotting races, on July 4 and 5. The Kentucky Association course will be used. The Sentinel says that 21 heifers sold at Mt. Sterling Inst Monday at $8.25; 5 yoke of oxen at $75 to $117.50; 24 hclf ers, 2 and at 2 to 3 cts.; 352 Aged sheep at 3 and 22 jennets at (108 mules sold at $100 to $175 each. 11. F. Sanders, this county, sold last Monday a fine black jack toTotn Sitnms, at Cornish vllle, for $700. Morris Threl-kel- d has a field of wheat of 35 acres, on the Lexington pike, that is suffering badly from the Inroads of the fly. He reports that about J of the field is destroyed. Hurrodsburg Democrat. Spokane has for the third time demd onstrated that he is the best of the day. He won the Chicago Derby with Sonetto second, Retrieve third and IWtor Knott fast, time 2:41. 8-3-- 1 three-year-ol- SHINGLES. ' SAWED SHINGLES! Bruce & lYIcRobefts. Wall Paper, Wall PonHi TK CtJ?l Wall Paper j .'--- m SI 1 m m M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. PRICES ALWAYS HEASOXTABXiZ. ay over-worke- I m Tliis the season for Canned and you can no where else a better selected stock than at Couiier-Journa- l. T. R. WALTON'S. Cream Best Patent. lee Freezers, Hornet-Enterpris- e, I f Hornet-Enterpri- se rme-tliir- d y One-hal- Scythes, Snaths and "Whet Stones. Beautiful Flower Pots. Full Stock of . -- a 1 Queens ware, Glassware, Hardware, Tinware. T. R. WALTON, Burton, Clerk. Stanford Roller Mills Floor always in Stock. J. n tub-je- J. JIENEFEE Ho Co RUPUBIY, New-lan- FOR MERCHANT TAILOR SUMMER $1.-7- 0; SPRING AND GOODS! THE NAPIER Ken-tuckin- n. The Long and the Short of It. pop-cor- first-clos- s &n2szSw - fflQSIviOLACREAM &cwf-ki3 fl J ;i a. e, drug-gitt- BITTNER these the harvest. I rtTTV"- AK " .r 1, . . ' I i . V . V f -- ' j v ? ffi t IV WJ , I HUFFMAN, l&lYery, geed and al8 .Stable, formed womatl will Btnnd SURQKO.V DENTIST, STANfOKD, KNTUCK, Wnklon's KMge is a mountain lying at tho avorago height of 5 feet? inches to of 5 feet 8 inches. She will will weigh from Offic south if d Main, two doors above Depot St. three or four miles north-wePubltataed Every Tuesday and Friday Who advised hor pupils to strongthon Tenn. We loft Chattanooga nt 123 to 140 pounds. their minds by the use of Ayor's AT Jlno dropped from a point and after a six miles' drive A plumb fljrht o'clock nppreelatod thu $ PER, Y30A.R.IN- - ADVANOK by a circuitous route we came In aiirht of marked by tho tip of her none- will fall bodily health is essential truth that to montal DENTIST. the IUdgc. At tho foot of the Mountain at a point one inch iu front of her great vigor. For persons ot delicate and foeblo MTWhen not to paid 32.50 will be charged. constitution, whothor young or old, this mill. Tho road was not toe. Her shoulders and her lilrw will Office on l.ancaiter atritt, oripnalte is a small saw W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Stanford, K) medlciue is very steep until wo pot within about strike a straight line drawn up and sure you get remarkably honctlclal. Be K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Ayer's Barsaparlllu. LONDON, KV half a mile of tho top, thou folks would down. Her waist will taper gradually Good turnout, and laddie borita alwaya lor hire "Krery sprlnjf. and fall I take a numto scalo tho to a size on a line drawn from the outer ber of bottles ot Ayer's Snrsup.irllla.and on reaionable terma, London la the mottcont Train leaves Rowland at 700 a, m., returning think thov would have point on the railroad to rrai-placet In th am gTeatly honulitutl." Mrs. James II. rocks, but there is a ravine up which tho third of the collar bone to tho hip. at a.:jo p. rn. in the mountain aftion of lh KiaU. to LONDON, KENTUCKY, Kastmau, Stotichiuii, Mas., will incisure from 23 to lift road leads. When you get closo to the Her bust have take Ayer's Sarsnparllla "I L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR with great benefit to tny general health." rocks, they look like a great wall lfiO Inches, her hips will measure from tl to I MissThlrza I Crerur, Palmyra, Md. Mail tram some North .11 31pm feet high. There Is a large rock hanging 10 inches more than this, and her waist Tharuujhlj- Renovated and Ksfurnlihed. First .. aoutn 31pm "My daughter, twulvo years ot age, Thia fine Jnclc.i veuro!d, blaili with white claM Fare and Rtjonabls Trices. Day and nighi Express train " South 11 s;ptn over the road and it looks like it is go- will call for a belt from 22 to 28 inches. has suffered for tho vast year from hfjtli, will male the prracnt tea . 15 " " " North sa;am ing to fall on you. I always run past it. Traint are mat by Polite PorUra ot thu I'opulai point, our Innda to'i nt nabln. i mdc rioilh ( Milleiljieville on The upper arm of the perfectly formed Loral Freight North ...630 am the Danville and 11 uatnvitle pike, f. Pint. Debility. ...... South. .......5 JSP rn Just beyond it commences the corduroy, woman will end at the waist line, so that The latter trains alo carry passenger!. entirely of logs. she can rest her elbow on a table while A fow weeks since, wo began to give At $10 to Insuro a Living Oolt. The above la calculated on ttandard time. Solar where the road is built her Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Her health has time ii about ao minutet fatter It is dreadfully steep and Is built ou tho standing erect, and her forearm shall exWOOD greatly improved." Mrs. Harriet II. Parting hh marotualct tScicamn due. Ctar Battles, South Chelmsford, Mass. sido of tho bluu". When you net to the tend to a point permitting tho fingers to waoireilby llutler, he hy Stulta, Imported from "About a year ago I began using Ayer'a hat proved himtrlf a aurc foal getter road looks like a mark a point just below the middle of top and look back the l k, WKliirf r, 8arsaparllla as n remedy for debility IS neck ami thigh should MlildKvllle, Ky. in three coils. make the thigh. Her and neuralgia resulting from malarial I . exposure in tho army. I was in a v ry Tho calf Just at the top is the postoflico called bo of the same clrcumfen-nce- . bad condition, but sfx bottles ot the SarJlj Fourth Atenut, "Albion Vlow" where there are four or of her Ie and upper arm should meas saparilla, with occasional doses of Ayor's I Pills, have greatly Improved my health. Ave summer houses. Just here a road ure about the same. - I am now able to work, and feel that I 2:3 4J. branches off from the main road and Her leg should be about as long as a cannot say too much for your excellent F. A. Piukham, 6o th iSirc of Sal - Vagen iJ.' leads to our hooso which Is called "Hose line drawn from her chin to her finger remedies." Molttncus, Mo. Hy. iJ hand. high. Standard; Velum VIII, View." It is a beautiful little villa tips, or about her height. She A. T. R. ,10117.) "My daughter, sixteen years old, ia 45 feet from the bluff. Just v.o to should measure from her waist to her about aslug Ayer's Sarsaparilla with good efMT. VERNON. KY. ' SIRED II V LVI.K U'lLKrS fect." tho bluff and you are nearly struck feet about a toot more than from her Brethren Itev. 8. J. Graham, United , tire offii in j joer better Church. Buckhannon, W.V. KjuI l atilt maintain lly Octree Wilket Thia old and dumb. Tho scenery is grand; It makes waist to the crown of her head. " I suffered from . Ing In fine reputation. Char;ea reatenablc. Spedam Flora by Skedaddle (tbort.Klibrd.l one realize what a small speck wo are in Her neck should be from 12 to 14 incht dnm Medley by Old Watey, by Hcatliuiir, pacer. cial attention to the traveling public J dam by ShelWe Telegraph. God's great universe. Chattanooga lies es around, her head erect ami on u line .M. ! NEWCOMH, Prop., 4 dam by Prank (Ihorttuglibred.) Mt. Vernon, Ky, with lamo back and headache, and havo Danwllh Wilket hat ttarted In fle racet.won far to tho southeast. Tho "Grant Memo- with the central plane of thu body, and "i beiiolltiil by tho use of Ayer'a threeol them In ttralghl Ixutt and third money la been mtii rial University" stands out from the rest her foot should be of a size and shape to Sanap tr I! i. I run now KJ years of age, fourth. firit nnd only and alii mi fled that my present health and when the sun is shining the houses conform with her hands: 0. H. M'UOBEUTS. AI. D.t Danvilln Wilket It alMithc hat produced one Inu of rieorye Wilket that ui;ed llfo ure a to or better. Lookout Mountain look like silver. Dantil hat two More of hit get woman wears a and ptoh Surxaparllla." iIuh to tho uso of The Lucy Moflltt, Ayer's STANFORD. KY. In training and, barring accidents ,h,?5 re.ni stands out boldly against the sky. Mis- shoe lf Absolutely Puro the size of tho glove thut Killlugly, I win. will nuke record! of a yo or belter, brtidet, I am confide t that Dam ilia Wllr. will lower hit Office on Lancattf r Street, opposite Mrs. Ann II. Furnsworth, a lady 79 many other hills and her hand calls for. Thus, if a woman sion Kldge and iif 1 t4)4 to 1 3 He hat been timed tb latt purity. lltll.1 ..,(;, rears Harms removed to to rnwci wholcsotneness.t IllilllCt economical ridges that I do not know the names of wears a six glove sho should u ear a three "Aiierold. So. Woodstock, Vt., writes : practice hit prolenion.thlt place from Liberty, the half in a race in 10),. More callt the attention of Hiiverni wiks' sutTerlnir from Danville Wilket hat proven hlmtelfa fin breedthan the ordinary kind at d can not be aold In pub lie to the fact that lie will be readyal all hourt er and In tho Kast Hie eye shoe. Union and Advertiser. nervous prostration, I procured a bottle competltiou with the multitude ot low teat, ah on are plainly visible. irvtlert andpartlet can dar or nltfht to norr callt In town or country. haic a It sure to produce produce now tor a very of Ayer's Sarsapiit.lla, and before I vhanc get tut weight, alum or phosphate pawden. Sold only in can see tho dim outline of the "Smoky Thirty ycart ofhle lite were apent In Stanford and low prue hod taken hult of It my usual health cana. 110VAL BAKING POWDER CO., he decma It unncccatary to tpeak ol hie ability at An uuonymous writer iu a medical returned." 18 Mountains," in North Carolina. Tho 106 Wall street. New York. a physician and aurveon Athareofthv patron-ac$25 to Insuro a Living Oolt. of the people of Stanford and vicinity la atVed Tennessee Itiver looks like a riblon of journal give tho following description by him. 65. tf silver laid on the ground. The Cincin- of massage: "Upon the nervous system The bett ot care taken with maietand gran at Sails, Shingles and Shoes For Sals. he. utual rate, but nut rt.tiamlM.. l., ruxrxtucn bt nati Southern bridge across it can bo massage exerts a delightful and ut the thould any occur, Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Man. Ten Thousand flat Rails acd 10,000 Poplar seen very plainly and sometimes wo can same time a profoundly sedative and Imncdutely after the elite of the teaton Dan Price It; ilx botUee. i. Worth 3 a bottle. Shingles. villrtNilleil golnta training tera latter record toniceffect. While it is being performThia notice forewarut humeri. Athermru and see tho smoke of the trains as they run 1 have on hand Men's. Women's Partial that are well Informed know that the Mlssei and ethert not to trrpitt on our landt without per. thoroughbred lood mutt b ed, and often for hours afterward, those Children's Shoes, made by Alter, Forwood & Co. valley. minion, at all tuch wlllb- - protrtutil to the full. Danville Wilket certainly hat in the trotter and and Mundelle, which I will aell at the viry lowest along the plenty of it, hit ett extent of the law Signed. dam deipg by a thoroughbred hunt, and then the steps to the who submit to it are in a blissful statu of prices I have bought them and they mutt be Wo must now retrace our M. ptclng crott lie hat should tend to produce fait aold. My atock W complete and thoe who want were enjoyOEO, D HOPPER, repose; they feel aa if they T.J. HILL, and gooj race hartet. bargains can get them bv calling;. I mean busi top of the mountain to start In again at J, M McKOIIK!tTS.IK. M. S. IIAUOIIMAN. It a Candidate the Dantille Wilket will mVe the trawn at the Kalr V. C. liAll.Y, Turneraville. ess. ROUT. McALISTKR, J.K IIRUCK the main road, called by the people a ing a long rest, orus if they had just re- subject to the fur Clerkofofthe Court of Appeal, S. II. SHANKS. aUiori Oroundt, Danvlllr Dtatoiratic party W M KUK. S II. 1IAUOIIMAN, as turned from a long vacation; it makes Elec.ion Auuat, ifc. pike(?), but it is not nearly as good MRS. HENKV llAlV.HMAN. A M FKLAn'd K.T. PKNCK, JOHN W HOLMKS, the road that leads over the Knobs in optimists of them for thy time being. f'. C. PAUUISH. AI.IIAVUKN. WEXiX,. D. V. HOLMKb Kentucky. Starting then once more in An aptitude for either rest or work genAND the main road just at the Albion View erally follows with an indifference to the CHICKEN IlL'LL. the first object of importance is ordinary cares of life; and needless x, '89. are dispelled. Hence, it tho M. E. Church South, at Oak wood; ! Aajjjjie Cholera Cure ! lias been recommended by high authori- Hoard from June I to July i, per week ..St o) Arthur Sunt, Standard No, yvji ; by Cn Knot, then nothing more but houses along the No, 971s 11. r. 11 Cottage Rent from June i to July i, per week j $ 11 in i j r..d n with U.mrbon joclai.aiid 19 ,nof ttclatt road until you get to "Fairmount." On ties." San Francisco Argonaut. lirtldam by Cblet, the Caimar Hoird per week after July i....... 6 oe .. Wlltbt? permitted to terte few cwt at ny ,"Jm ''V Little Arthur, tire Ihorougl-brrof this village is n htre the outskirts Lancattrr pike In tuburbt of Stanford, at J..'.' .... 5 50 III make the teaton of The fountain in the Botanical Gardens Cottage Item pcrjweel alicr July t ? at hit borne, ".Mapltt,' soanon, ami fre summer hotel, the village itself consist- at Washington is one of the largest and Single Meal jj Three Dollars by tho jrom, paysbt aIn ol 50 tenia M Milt Ik'ti, th Ilorteawell cared for, per week with the privilege ol breeJing till the cow jao At $20 ing of an M. E. Church, a IUNtire. finest in tho world. It was modeled by pmt ct to be with calf Kverybody cordially invited two stores and a postodice, beside a num- tho celebrated Uartholdi, who presented 10 the teatou itand get adrantase ti vitlt ut trly Thia yoiine bull It not only cfthe very bett Arthur Simt has piotrd himtetf to be a superb of the reduced btcnlinir, but individually a very tupenor ani- breeder. Call and tee hit tolls at hit born it ber of dwelling houses. A proevery particular the statue of Liberty EullghteninK the ratet ReapeUfully,P O U SPOON'AMORK, mal inmilk cowt of tne He will not tail to (loth Vtf hUhett etccUencc, Addrw,Stnfjrd, Ky. duce We must then come back for a little World to WYANDOTTE, Standard No.jw. br Metro. t!e city of Now York. It is so hit pcJIcrii; and hi inditidualuv guarantee tint. Iltan, one o( the hrrd sunt ol Hytdtk't u way and turn off a road which leads to lareu and rcuuires such an enormous Tlic cattle have foraevcral HauiMetonlan. ha ixtt lor hit dam Hyacinth m. IMwm taken the lead in the MtxHltd cattle mark iJurteer: ad dnm Clara the dam of Dealer ir. I tho "Mabbitt Spring" and "Summer volume of water that tho authorities et tiy ceromitiUIng under tli hammer the higheii and Dict.tor, the sir of Director ir Phaiiaa pner. and "H1IMI. the l.intlll to produce more . d lay F.ye.See Ton n." The latter consists of a number never permit it to play except on rare un aunoay nignt, . tit Hrat dam Udy ueceinber joth, In the town IntlL. and antler ihan anvother breod anJ as much 'Mu .. .i. .,j ., 1111.n1 i. vtt, we tire i rince unt, 01 3 aniora, Ny., a U.AI.N MUKSf, aitout ijj, na good of houses occupied only in the summer ihcv will not (ail to retain their rlalaai aii! Jeremiah aiilt; ad dam an InhrcJ occasions, winch bring unusual multi- handt high. 5 years old. both hind icct wiut. tma W. II MILLHlt Wagoner mare, Ac I his grand )ouug rait and is situated on n hill. Just under the tudes to the city. It was an exceedingly tar in th f'rehead and tnin on not. He carrict lead In popular ft or. 41 pricent of the old hone Rysdykt Ham hit tail, Which it terr heavy, a little one tlJed. He close beside which r rei blclnnian No. 10, the founder of the gratett trot hill is Mabbitt Spring, ,or. "' ' r ouggv, .mtutitlr expensive feature of the jrreat Hit hitched to a ting family the world hat e.er known, loutsmg ,Hje,': witierto iifctn-ciU" new, with blue cloth l.nmgt the State "" runs "railing water," a oeauiuui creeK through hit t!nt from 4 diflerent chanaelt name in Philadelphia iu 1S70. rewr .i.ivi me inu.iij ui : ly K)tdykt llaaibletariMa, Valumecr, .Mctropoii-taC.KrawJ rLHsbuggy und thief that tumbles over the rocks ami falls When in operation, viewed from Penn- thehort. jju, nui (i.s (I) iur JAM. IIL.I1I. and WUIIaui Welsh -- taniord, ivy. 97 Limited t if atiprovd mif.t For further mile or so lower down over preci Thousands of dollars worth ol some200 feet high. The Mabbitt nSpring sylvania Avenue it is a remarkable sight, or vardt aJirett I. M. IJRL'CE, J T A IJIKIV. chickens die every year from Choi pice almost a phenomenon. BC. -Lancaittr, Ky era. It is more fatal to chickens thwi is a beautiful mineral spring possessing LIVERY, FEED STABLE, President Harrison recently remarked all ther diseases combined. But the rare medical properties; it is partly enROWLAND, KV., discovery of u remedy xoMfifntheh closed by a large wall and tho water to n friend: "You see, I'm an Dealer In- -Dry STANFORD, KV. man. Of late years I have grown cures it made, and to be con- gushes out of the hill above. High, Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps vinced of efficacy only requires a uiovs and ilower covered hills surround conservative and cautious. If I hud been SPECIAL AT1LNIION to COMMERCIAL Shoet, Clothing, Hard )) lounvtut NtwAiwiiTactiacDftt:(- trial, a bottle is encugh fo) it on ever' side, and all around are huge elected President ten years ai:o I inii;ht Doott, ware, Tinware, Furnituretare. Qutens and a travelers. Horse aid iuuki bought and told. volcanicaction have satisllcd thu politicians bettor, but one hundred chickens. It is guar, masses of rock suggesting Only tebhlet ud in llicrj would I not have inmlu uioro mistakes? General Lino of Groceries, Alto agent fur Ike anteed If, after using A NRAV of in the ages past. a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly About a mile from our house is "Pearl I think fo." Fancy Candiet, Canned GxJi, ftc. WALTER A. WQOO HARYESTIHC CO- Leaving II th All kind of Produce taken in exchange fur gooU. satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Falls" which were named for mo. A Buenos Ay res lias nt luct ot a port, LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Cholera, return it to the undersigned large creek runs over the bluff of the nnd large vensels ure no lonuur couipe!-e- d and vour money will be refunded. 1825. GOVER'S MESSENGER. Daily, Secures to Travelers, mountain and tumbles down the oliff to anchor V2 miles from plioru. A For by sale McRoberts Stan, Stanford , with many a spark and glitter. During basin lias been excavat,ed at meat Day ttaltloii. ii hindt high, lo.ilcd April 14, iKfi, Hit tint dam by Urat gie, iu aam ny topper- - THE MOST RAPID ROUTE a freshet the falls can be wen from Chatby wliieh vciiaola can no ri'ht up botlm. A'i I'ver attemr ted between the treat commtrtiii On Dwellings, Houirliold Furniture, Stores, M tanooga. He wat tucd by MetcHgr Chief. Jr , by to (lie city. The completion of tho tn utiio Kit er and Chicauo. , apply to the old clundise, of Maud 1 itk ist titietnn time and mott loraforuMe and hence The people up hero are very nice and the raitest traint bewas made the otcanion of umnd dam Jennie ny r.uno; ad ilar ot JIainhrino MotOY tween all polntt in the South, er t the Wett and Is crowded dam by Mambr. 'cief, 4tii dam by Ponnsylvama Fire Insurance Co. i"nr;jd in summer tho mountain cvlebration. ihit train on all Imp. Napnleim; Jih dm bt Teinpett; 6th dam by .Northwett. 1 he coM"-.-fttrunk lines It denominated The Limited Esprcti Joti3lt m.,.MiiM,V..vc:t Orry Pecwith pleasuie seekers. The air and waLightning clauses attiched and damages paid Tiger; 71I1 dam by iJarnaby't Dramede: Ith dam toral ia in gt cater demand than over. r.ron, Paraxon. . Uhnm1,P.CdCo,mUf:,V"C,' Dynamite is the most deadly of all ex- whellicr fire untuet or not. m I') Cannon t ( hip; Vlli dam by S.iipp's Il.at, .1. ter nre delightful and people come here Masianirar iialuu. To prt'jiuratioii for Throat and Lung ' 7 " GEO. UK Li., Agent, all Cpon r w el .t ""-- m oi. ' OfScet In from long distances for their health. The plosives, and cholera was sure death to ". w... mi .... r.v..l.l U(ll iiv you will find our timeTicksi and tickets. the South IV,..,I, , Troubles Ii so prompt iu it etfectj, so tablet Say Mambrlna Chief. ,Vc He tired Mnud Mesteriger, jet .Motion and ttick agrcoablo to the taste, auil so widely general scenery is unsurpassed. On the chickens until the discovery of Gnuter'a n "ci return a .uarvfl - t; M ini,mg to sate money asd hate a to Mono.ii if you want pleasant Journey. a ajjfi Kolitrt II, r.urd ajj; trial anlj.Hnd It n own as tiiLs. It is tlio family mcdU bluff of tho mountain is also the falls of chicken cholera cure. It is sold on the k i. Mccormick. other fait tnet. cino in thousamls ot households. " plan by McKoborts it JV.,?!;rwAJ?5"? ch'"0' Abdallah Pilot wat tired by Alexander's Abdat "Falling Water," where the water plung- "no (it LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. Ilfl4t Vtllt"i, lah; itttlam lllandina by Mamhnnn Chief. He I. M. "I havo mtlTered for years from a es over it cliff at least 200 feet high. Un- Stajry. ai; 4th Ave.. Uultville Ky tired Pickarda ISW, Red Jim Bud others. "bronchial trouble that, whenever I tuko X. A.Tnitasc, m Vine it, Cincinnati Ohio Aleaandcr't Abdallah kson of Kyid)k't Ham- to iuclemeu: wedti,-ocold or am der them the roar of the water is almost Tho multiplication of !)b7,i304I.TJl by 4.5 bletenlan, sire of Dcttrr J I7). lie shed GiJshows luulf by n very anuovlnj deafening and tho scenery grand and gives 44,444.444,4.43. Ucvuisini; the or- THE LARGEST AND FINEST smith Maid a u; Major Edtafl a 19, who In turn tickling .sun sailon in tho throat an. by tired Robert McGregor 1 it, sire uf llonnle boyond description, Tho der and inultiplyhiK l.'J,4ro,7Sf by difficulty ill breathing. I ha,vo tried n. a HOTEL IN THE CITY. St, Elmo, rcc.rd 1 30, tvas sired by Alexander's gioat many iniiwilles, hut none does so huge cliffs on ei- result equally odd ia obtained, 5,rw.",rj35,-5ftrocks composing tho Abdallah, danmaid tobe by Imp licIlfounder.Ac woll ns Ayer's Cherry 1'eetoral which ther side are bent and warped as if fresh iiamuimii umci, me tire 01 me tee,onu aam ot always glvus prompt relief in returns ot ifi! RATES S2.50 TO Si PER DAY. ACCORD-- ' Metnenuer Chief. Ir. sired th irrcat ti.lv Th mn j my old coiunlnint. hruusc A. Hepler, from tho melting fire thut must iu some Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. tBJf, and Mambruio Patchen, who in turn tired Inspector of Public Itoads, Parish Ter-r- o London a 20, and 3otheraiii Jjoand better audi s The bett jalvc in tho world for cuts, bruises, age have formed them. The Hontie, La. INC TO ROOMS. N N. M V. Co, E. D, alto tired the dnms of (luv - WilLf-- t inu. lUrn . .v . ;..... ?c VI Only are everywhere visible, lores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever Grci,tettcr,chap. uiik.es a isano meaamaoi 15 others with records "I consider Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a of the Creator" ped handt, chilblains, cornt and all skin erupone Night out to New York. of a jo and better remedy most important Further back on the mountain deer tions and potitivrly cures piles, or no pay requir- TURKISH & RUSSIAN IIATHS IN HOTEL. lLe willttaiid the season of t83i at our Livery Stable in CiabOrchard at Solid Vratlbult'd Traim to are plenty and there are still some hear. ed. It it guaranteed to give perfect satilfactlon, abounds, but there is no or money refunded. Price S cent! per box. Small game also J have tested its curatlvo power, in my tSIO to Insure a Living Colt. Washington, Philadoiphia, For aale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. family, many timet during the past fishing. We will alto itand our Jack, Baltimoro, Now York, thirty yearn, and have tieviir known it The atmosphere is clear and delightful to fall. It will relievo the most serious Renews Her Youth. Patting all the Famous Virginia Sprlnijt by day. affections of thci throat and lungs, luhl and arrivinii at Old Point Comfort und tfie except during hard rams, when, owinK Mrs, PhirbeCheiley, Peterson, Clay Co., Ioa We have purchased the Stanford Woolen and whether in children or adults." Mrs. Crist Mill and tilted it with bca Slioro the nest idtcrnonu, 5. G. Udgorly, Council Bluffs, Iowa. to the great height of the mountain, we fells the following remarkable ttory, the truth of machinery and will brgln on new and At SKVKN DOLLARS to Inture. Setten due Time Card in Lifm May ta, iSBo. tne when inarcia parted with nro enveloped in tho clouds nnd the which it vouched fur bybeen reildtnttof the town, "Twenty years ngo I was troubled 14 II li .VLUKl St.nVRI I am jj yean old, have troubled with kidney: Saturday, May 18th, 1889, with a disease of tho lungs. Doctors iCJItvctr" " whole valley is completely obscured. EASTWARD. complaint und Umeuett for many ) ear; could not Daily LxpreM. Acrom aiTordcd mo no relief and considered Chattanooim. which is so plainly visi dress myself without bclp. Now am free from To do cuttom grinding and carding. Our Mr. ? t)aly rx Sun ray cisu hopeless. I then began .to use Unwell has had over 40 j oars' experience at the $Ltc Stanford Ayor's Cherry Pectoral, and, before I ble from our front door, is still some pain and aoreneit and am able to do all my own liutiiiett and he lias acquired a thorough knowl 3 a am ij ji n'n' " l.eainjton , houtewnrk, Ioemythankt to Electric llitteis edge of both the branches. In addition there will had finished one bottle, found relief. I i 35in 4"pm' i',o'pm " Wlnclirtter hours distant, though much of the dis- for having renewed my youth and removed com. be an exper'. to atsitt him In carding Give ui a continued to talte this medicine until a " " K. U, function. fl XV uletely all ititcate anil pain, try a noma joe and trial. The highett market price paid for good comwas effected. I believe that Ayer's cure o 57 pin : tance will bo annihilated upon tho " Mt. Strrlniff. white com. P. HCWELL & CO., J7 pin Si, at. It, Penny's Drug Store. Cherry Pectoral saved my life." . "J. :.. 7 ti ti m , ,..... nieptione i3 pletion of the railroad that ia now being Stanford, Ky ' Samuel Griggs, Wnukcgan, III. jo ' I" i"" 8 jg pm 97 3o 'am " Morchoad 3 P' Is Consumption Incurable? ''0lltellil "Six years ago I contracted asovcre surveyed. Chattanooga will soon be the Pm to ,0 am " Ashland, Road ths following: Mr. C. II Morrit. Newark, 6 os pm 10 47 pm cold which sottled ou my lungs and Queen City of the South; fthe is growing " Catlctttburg 0 at pm 10 j8 pm soon developed all tho alarming symp" lluntliigton increased 20,000 iu Ark,, tays: ''Was down with Abiccit of Lungs 6 jo pm every day and huu toms of Consumption. I had a cough, and friends and phytlclant pronounced me an in Arr W hue .Sulphur,.. ft 'j "ss si a as J' 7.U am) night sweats, bleedlnjr of tho lungs, " Cliarlottstille the last eight years; her population now cmable conmmptiiu. ilegan taking Dr. King's -- lio jo am1 pains in cf:est ami sides, and was so " Wushlnton am now.on a 35 ami -" approaches 10,000. She is surrounded New Dincoveiy for contuniption, and the work on E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor , " llaltlrnore prostrated as to be contlned to my . my third bottle, and uble to otemee I 3 J" pm ... " PliiladtlphU,. .... bed most of the time. After trying by numerous suburbs nnd will soon bo my farm. It It the fluent mealcltie oermade' 6 15 pm " New Vork ,.,. Middleuart Doaiur, Ohio, says: "Had Avarious prescriptions, without benefit, -.- tlvifi 9 so pm' across tho Tennes- it Jesse " Richmond, Va.... connected with those w& not been for Dr. Kind's New Discotery for coil my physician finally dotormlned to glv'o in Kentucky hat a better reputation, dl I"! ' OldPolntComlort Her smpptlun would have died of Lung Troubles No Hotel Its proprietor It determined that it see 111 ver by a handsome bridge. S 50 pin1 rao Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I took it, and , " Norfolk ' ": Wasglteli up by doctors. Am now In best o -6 S pm streets nre" adorned with handsome health.'' Try it Sample bottles free ut A. R. titan dc maintained. and tho effect was magical. I seemed -J to rally from the Href, iloso of thi.s buildings, conspicuous among which nro Penny' drugtiro medlelno, and, after using only throu m the Grant Memorial University of the , bottles, am as welt nnd sound as ever." He has recently added to Its appointments tho M. E. Church, tho The Pride of Woman, L Vi Rodney Johnson, Sprlngilold, IU. M '" no"nVda..7.1ce;,..r(lar'iV" a buildings, tho gut " ' " j Union Depot, the. school A clear pearly and transparent skin is .always a -Bff LBXINGTOlSfiKY 'vt.tixl,utoll , 05 a , d.,,y, numerous handsome brick and etoue sign of pure blood, and all persons troubled with -Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, churches owned by tho various i i rT dark, greaty, yellow or blotched skin can rett asnnd tho new and beautiful busi- -' sured that their blood ii out of order. A few dotes p. rnKFAUED J5V Her of IleBgi Hlood Purifier J4 Ulood Maker will re A First-Clas- s Livery Stablo ness blocks and private residences. aicaranu Dr. J. C. Ayer A: Co., LcWoll, Mass. atmosphere breathes eneruy and enter- move ina cause ana trie skin win oocome not given To accouimoda e tl.u demands of his indented transparent. Try It, and If satisfaction it Ti'unuuj.!.. Pisa in. oldfcyUi''-,',rlU- . Li.il, alsbottfci,',). prise. it will cost you nothing. It is fully warramed. tramlcnt patronage lcit lurnoutt furnished A. Penny, Urujsutt iciumcrciai iraveurvanantneri, Ottonbcim, Ky June, '80, a Semi-Week- ly I Interior Journal A Visit to Walden's Ridge. A Porfeot Woman Nobly Planned. LICTC r-- (To the Editor of the Interior Journal st ) A perfectly I j Chut-tanoog- a, The Teacher v7.B.Ei3srisrirr co'iit-honsn-i- JACKSON HOUSE. - en-le- O JB S Jl tt General 1 1 107-t- WALLAGE, Moa'a Outfitter Louisville, Kentucky. Danville Wilkes 4. I one-ha- lf NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. 1 Nervous Prostration, Sj-t- t. POWDER Krand-ao- one-ha- Court-llou- tr ret-or- d 1 i e Ayer's Sarsaparilla. POSTED. 1 F. Briuklc.v . 6 ANTEE' s - HALE'S Arthur Siias. 3041, Wyauadotto, B526. d toll-gat- e, Season Opens June HOSLTEIN-FRKIS1A- N . Captain Wayne 11, ..- e, school-hous- to nnl STOIEJIT a fltff.ttln-Krei.ii- aj 1 con-tai- Centenni-Expositio- n iiuc-ua- '...,, 1 '"tKfft'i i, n iJ. EfCILTOIsr . mm hort.-tand has-bee- n 50-cen- ts tint-cla- w two-third- s FAST MAIL I Eslablislietl A--c I A-- ex-peii- foe, lirsPw aitcb . 11 1, ; ESSwi' All I 1 - of -. A ! -- THE GALT HOUSE, it-- . cure-no-pa- y j, '- tt-- At "'" Mo-no- n, fe MI1U , r, - awc-insniriu- u 4- - j. I Ky. Hmite ! A-- "foot-print- -- I For Home Use. J m i NOTICE. first-cla- ss Blaols Johr., -- i'iV'-V"- 1 "W iVr , 1 I 1 PHE MYERS HOUSE n 1 I I Court-house- M , )f Pool and lillinrcl Parlors WEW lkTO nr-- si -- Li!. 'ylu REAM - 1' """ , ,", . M 4 I denomi-imUoh- h, ..teftr ' rH ,;, t JSSi t-- jS Vn - ii.",, y'Arimmmm - tfi rrL -- r.g T.t