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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889070201 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. v It I I r -- it "tr . A ( "H Jrt- S ,tiiet-V- " Yfr.-- VT1Bi-'- r tir X Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XVII. Bro. Ballou Blows His Bazooi (To the Kditor Interior Journal ) Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, JULY 2, 4889. re-w- as . NO. 41 u. was passed by popular vote ami while The I. J. Man on His Rounds, in provision was uiatlu for Waynesburg does not "git up anu git" Lest things become monotonous and case of its defeat, none was made as some of the Western towns do, but look one sided in the pendiifg campaign for such in ca9e it the quiet little village holds iier own in our county, I will ask you to bo so adopted and tho people afterwartl markably well. The Goodies, the mon-sagenerous as to allow both sides an occu- tit to change their minds. It was ied men of the section, do tho mercau-i- n ' slonal hearing before your readers. fact u very shabby trick on the tile portion of the business, while tho WrmW Whether the liipior qiiestlou is a Na- patt of tho "I am holier than thou" par-- , Reynolds, Singletons and Caldwells hold tional qutftiou and a proper subject of ty. What would Uro. Uallou have down the farming and lumber interests, A political legislation and jurisprudence, or thought of this law if it had provided a I mention those four family names merely a matter of morals, unsuitable to to the people of free bar- - cause with one or two exceptions they mix In politics, one tiling is manifest to rooms forever in Lincoln county, if the do the business of that section as well as Xooth-e- r majority favored, and further that if the represent three-fourth- s the intelligent reader of of the populace lost at the ilrst election it of that neighborhood. The Goodies are question has received so much attention, thought and discussion at the should be every two years, tho most numerous, while theSingletons hands of political papers in this coun Din on the oilier nanu it tlie hold u gooil second. To show how try since the war. This agitation, going tho day then that should be a merous they are, in a crowd of 11 I hap- on froui the Atlantic to the P.iciilc, and settlement of the question for all time pencil to be with I found out that seven from the Gulf to Canada, has developed ami a finality? Would not Uro. II. have wete of the former name and four of the thought this emphatically a law which latter. They are good people, all of some curious things. We prohibitionists contended during robbed, or attempted to rob, tho people them, mid save tlio illiberal views of LOVING W. GAINES. We an some of them on tho prohibition or the last National campaign that there of the right of The gentleman, whoso handsome (ace was no real difference between the two swer for him, in the csnt of the conven- third party question, they would bo as and bvnutiftil moustache are portraxed old parties, except that of in ami out, ticle, yea, verily ! faultless a set as one would wish to see. above, in tin; only man llxlng who owns, ami the consequent spoils. I am ready I spent Friday night with my good old The prohibitory law in itself is uot unedits and.publishes three paper in two to prove the charge before any compe- democratic, only in so far us it gives one friend Clark Reynolds, ami felt as I aldifferent State at out! anil thu same tent court. side of the right to vote more than once ways do, at home, under his humble but tlmo tlie Todd County Progress, at P.lk-toc. lioth parties havo feigned ttreat friend- on the proposition nntl takes it from the welcome roof. Messrs. Warren, George Ky., nntl the daily and weekly ProgIf a majority want prohibition it Carpenter and Sam Owens held Mr. Reyship toward the "dear people in their other. ress, BtCla:kHvill 'IVnu. in niltlition to struggle against the monopolist trusts, is all right; if they do not and the ques- nolds' household in tho same esteem I thin ho runs a real estate agency, several of doing tion is determinable by a popular vote as do antl there rested for the night after a lint neither come in gun-sho- t other enterprises nntl still tlmls time to anything. Hoth parties are woll repre- it was in this case, then they should hard day of speaking and canvassing. P upend a few evening each week with the sented at the head of the various trusts. have the power to say so. So far as we "Clark," as everybody knows him, has ladles, who dote on his winniiiK ways Hoth patties need money, therefore, Ac. are personally concerned wo do not care not a very commodious house and no and that "love of a moustache." On the liquor question, 'the democrat whether the law is ever submitted again doubt was a weo bit crowded, but with lteared a farmer by In Warren coun- ic party In National conventions, has or not. We only. contend that the peo a heart as big as any man possesses, he Colty, Mr. Gaines graduated at Ogden championed (personal liberty) the sa- pie shall have tho right, if they desire, insisted that he could and would enterlege, Howling Green, while still ill his loon interest; while the republicans to vote or not vote on it, as they see prop- tain every democrat that came In his teens anil for several years was quite a drunk their beer and their whisky and midst and that if any of us failed to er. Kd. successful pedagogue. Hut he longed for come to see him when in his vicinity, Uesh-poobtain- in their hypocritical pretence at favoring SAM M. OWENS. of journalism and the prohibition, cast the empty casks of "woo bo unto him." His good wife, a ing A situation as local editor of the How-lin- g In support of his claim for endorse- cusinist of high art, set an good a supper "morality and temperance" to a bamboo Green Pantagrnph, he launched forth zled constituency. ment as jailer of Lincoln county, Mr. and breakfast as mortal man could wish into the profession he has since very Some recent sayings in our beloved Owens refers with pride to his manage- and at night stored us between snow creditably sustained. Ho was afterward I ment of the otllce as attested by the phy white sheets mid upon such feather beds NT kiu on Joi'k.vai. are almost as tempersuccessively local editor of the Daily ate antl moral as a republican resolution. sician antl the repairer of the property, as the average hotel knows not of. It HowTitneo, Gazette nntl Democrat, of We have observed ever siuco prohibi whose letters are herewith given. It is was a most pleasant night to us all and ling Green, in the latter of which he held usual to endorse an ollicer by tion was "snowed under" in Massachuwith one accord we say long live the a half ownership. The Sunday Hersetts and Pennsylvania that these events and when that ollicer has tilled his trust good host for his many deeds of kindald, of the same city, was founded and safety-valve- s so excellently as Mr. Owens has, he has ness. (conducted by him till ISSt), when he have served as convenient and the In. a right to ask that no exception be made for the Commercial-GazettKingsville has done herself proud bought the Todd county Progress, which since my stop there in November last. TKiuoit Joi'iiVAU I his is all encourag- in his case. Here are the letters: he Is still running. In October last he Having been jail physician much of Several handsome dwellings have been ing! When northern republican anil Glassestablished the Clarksville Daily Progsouthern democratic journals can drink the time since Mr. S. M. Owens has been erected and the place seems to have taktlaily in that city. It stepress, the Urst a toast through the same quill, touching jailer, ami it being my duty to note par en a fresh start all around. A religious ped immediately into public favor atyl il Tobacco. the same ixsuc on the only live national ticularly the sanitary condition of the feeling seems to pervade since the lias since grown in popularity and prosquestion of the day, it certainly bodes and surroundings, it is a pleasure to tent protracted meeting and tho atten- Is a whole-souleperity. Mr. Gaines an early buriu) of tho tomahawk with me to suite that he has attended to all tion of the people has been turned to re- " genial gentleman, as Loving of disposithese parties. Hut just before you mid the duties incumbent upon him as jailer pairing onochurch ami building another. tion as of name, and W impatiently a wait-- 1 the Commercial go to preach tho funer- in a most excellent manner. Main and Somerset Streets. The business of the town, I was told, is ing the right one to make her his wife. al of prohibition in Massachusetts, o G. W. HltONAl'OII. gradually on the increase and the citiYoung ladies, now's your chance, but During the past ten years I hao fre- - zens are determined to make Kingsville admonish you to stand at the head don't all sjveak at once. grave. You uiTght get kicked. of the qtiently been called upon to repair the something better than mi ordinary way-cel- ls 31. HARRY A. EVANS, and cots of our county jail, audit station. The enterprising me'chant, As yourreaders have never had all the Pic The otllces at the disposal of Is a Candidate fir Clirko'ihs Court or Appeals, are as follows; A figures pertaining to that election the gives me pleasure to state that during Mr. W. L. McCarty, is foremost in the CHEMIST, Collector Uurnam ANALYTICAL subject to the action ot tl.e Democratic party. cred-bee- n chief deputy, salary $,W) per annum; Massachusetts defeat, nllow me to give the tlmo that Mr. S.un M. Owens has numerous improvements and great Elec.ioii A izust. 1E00. STANFORD, KY e man jailer, I have found ou every visit it is tlue him. He is a The total vote of the State was two deputies, salaries Jl.'.'tX); three clerks them. Of this 8S.OO0 voted for prohi- the jail in a nice clean condition, an en- - and it can lie truly said that "no grass Engineering 1,000 antl $S00 and Surveying in with salaries of Jl.'-IX- ), all branches. respectively. It is rumored that the bition. In other word the prohibition tire absence of that offensive smell pecu- - grows under his feet." Mr. J. II. Watts t hjHeec ired the sen Ices ot a competent Cr-nij- e will be vote in that State in April, l.sS'), was ten 'liartobadlv kept prisons. Everything! one of tho cleverest of Kingsville'a citi- MiLcr inJ .111 prepared to do any and all olllco of Cashier, salary of 0. . kinJs of repir.n; to iWjiei, Carriages, Ac. introduced here. There were formerly times as large as it was in November, about the premises has a neat, tidy ap-- zens, has moved to Tennessee with his Work e.itru.tel to me will nave my personal Wm. Dacoheutv. saw-miA!i w rk guaranteed. Prices reasonand store to be absent a year seven, but now only five division depu- 1S8. Is that going back? Of a voting pearance. able. VOL DAUGHERTY. or more ami saving this nothing, at all My Now House on Main St., with salaries of $700 each, and JKi population of :4 1,4 IS in tlie State, only ties Danvili.k. Mr. A. G. Whitley has re can be said but what "Tunnel City" is l;W,li' voted against prohibition; lackfor traveling expenses. There are three Stanford. Ky For terms pply to Mr. W. It. tired from the Model Grocery antl is suc- ' Hlffginv itanforJ.or to me at DamiHe, Ky htamp deputies: one at Lancaster, salary ing :5 i.OOO of a majority; 122,000 not vol. ceeded bp Mr. W. H. Harris. M. G.and on a general improve. LOTTIE N HOLMES. 3j Fridav evening the legislative candiW'v hae orwnd tn ice Jenot onll.ancaster street onu at Danville, salary of JUH); Ing. In the Pennsylvania election on of $000; John G. Weisiger sold 1,500 bushels of dates spoke at Waynesbuig to an audi-- , and will li;p coat. antlj. on hand a lull supply of 1Mb inst, only 252.000 voted accordout) at Iiarrodsburg, salary of $:!00. the Pure I.alt I old wheat to C. C. Vanarsdnll.of Huston- C. A. BENEDICT & CO.; -I . ,1 T I II There are on an average in this district ing to your report. Yet this state had, vine at twc. Jo.ui uowan soi.i ins grow- - ence of SO oriK). Mr. Warren, the demAt ii Conts por Pound, s craflc nomintt.t ulllllo a mo3t excellent Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, In quantitlriover five pounds. Now is the time to gaimers, LH) aerording to tlie census of 18S0, S'.)S,5'12 00 storekeeper-gangers- , cropof wheat for SSchut fall. Our local make I'licujenients for the seison. j tl,1Hlg 8peech uml represented the storekeepers ami 0 brandy gangers, also votes. 'So it appeals that prohibition uujciBiiit.-um.Tim.'uuf MNN'ELLEY & HAMPTON. Stanford, ky. iw. " uuuiih-ko- . ,iemocratic cause to the satisfaction of was "snowed under in Pennsylvania by s whose sala 'A eeueral storekeener-cuigerI Owens old this week in Cincinnati, two STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. ,.lrue bliu.8 and 0I1 tho 0tlierIil to ries are 51 a duv. There mav be some less than a fourth of the votes voting carloads of lambs Wells drilled to order aud Pumps lurmshed at at 0J cents. Pox & tl heartfelt diautlhfactiiln of the coltl-wathe factory prices. 30 nbovo figures, but not against the amendment, inlbtakes in tho All persons w.sliing a pleasant life and well & Knox, "f , tl.,.itos, Kl.l. Montgomery also acqujttted All this altera hot contest in which Wootl bought of Crowder pleased wife let ttivm use Patent Flour made at such as will materially les'en the flavor y, r.uu wu nogs averaging -- ou ,.i,,,e,.l f ..roiHintilv. but thu liberal views StanfnrJ Holler Mill. Call for it at your uiu ..,., ..- 15. of the plumb. The Hilary of the Collec- - one party was absolutely lend and boas- pounds at :tj cents. and if they lue not got it ou hand, urge W.iketield, More-lan- d of Mr. Warren more than counteracted It" or get an order from them and them to keep ter is $1,500 per annum, with $.'00 extra ed by the liquor interest, with money by & Lee shipped to Chicago 23 car$et it at the Mill .md I will guarantee a pleasant thou-.n..,Uro. Montgomery's nppeal and oven an andinterottne tnnnly for house runt mid $100 for fuel. Collet- - the bushel, whisky and lies by the loads of slopped cattle from Tyrone, ami illiberal view of tho situation would V. X. POTTS, Superintendent. 98 & r....nrta flu. enlti'ptlmw lii band supplanted by a subsidized press. ui - w... . w IAJJ liHiKDlVil 12 to New York City. Tho make a man with a spaik of democracy rtf tTitia C iftflloc 4ir1 llarriiiii in this district for the past llscul year at tl,- - Almost the entire prom of both the Chicago shipment was sold this week at P P. CI 0 democratic ami republican paiticsoppos-e- d ill his VeillS. conclude that the UOOd peo- - j iery style and finish known ti the trade. Race 000. Hiehmnml Ueg'Mer. 100 suecialtv itiiieiitlmeiit in both the States re- Iljc. Those in New York have not been pie of that portion of tlie county will not and rrottinir Kouinmentsa LEXINGTON, Ky. H3 the No $3 East Alain Street, ta o a CD Tho prohibitionists me placing the ferred to. Another token of the ap- bold yet. Danville Advocate. as a unit, as a number of tho prohibi tn defeat in Pennsyl- proaching niilleiiiuni, when the rooster blame for their recent S. O. DAVIS, A Juwjk's CouitTsiiii'. Tiie shortest tionists claim to think, leave the grand vania upon the republican party, but ami the coon shall lie down togothcrand courtship lever heard of was that of an old party, but will rally on the first MonPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, shall eminent jurist. lie was oil his way to day in August and give Dick Warren R politics had nothing whatevei to do with roost together and a saloon-keep-h md, can lead them mid feed them. MT. VKRXOX, 1. V. tho result. Xor, on the other 3 t r hold court in a town when he met a hearty anil liberal support, thus helping B W victory. It was simpon home young woman returning from market. county of LinNow, Mr. Etlitor, a question it bo called a rum to redeem the grand old Otfice next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. tn o gentlemen also spoke on Sat- Special attention git en to diseases or children ly a victory of practicaLcommou seiioo amdm. Tho Intekior Joukn'a says that 0 "How deep is tho creek and what did coln. Tlie tn CO a;?-t- f. ajainst thu delusions of tho temperance Mr. Warren proposes to restore to the you get for your butter?" asked the urday evening at Kingsville, with tho reS3 ". -drawing the pcoplo tho right of self government judge. and 5. to 5 cranks, who insist upon sult nbout the same as Waynesburg tn line at total abstinence instead of sobrie- which tho prohibition law takes from "Up to the knee and ninepence," was tin audience alike in number. VARNON, o S. o E. C. W. ty. It is, as stated by tho Philadelphia them. That is certainly more than. gen- the answer, as the girl walked on. The the con- erous. It Is patrioticl I know you nl- Attorney at Law, Times, "a victory achieved by ; judge pondered over the sensible brevi-w S3 3 Wales servative totimeraneo element of tlie wavs lavor tlie eniiKlucnmeni 01 uie ty of the reply, turned his horse, rodo . in nnliir . tn nrniw'i Xw ,South & . - - - - Kentuoky. ., 0J f Uu . gouth Aus. Stanford, State, ami it mean's that severe I.iiV shall jKi()j,j0 and knowing you to bo oxport in Intnl. nil.! i...r4.l. lie n CO . .1 p In ,tl ,S. tin.. :..ot ........ ' 1...,Itr.llin. n ntllhit.lirOOf feilCO .MU 1111ICS 1011K Will r.v r, ,,rl r,f thu nrM iHlntn. -regulate a trallic that is capaiiie 01 greai mntters pertaining to law (especially uaiiumunin ' " ...1 ' nr i:i....t , .. C105 1)00 i8 to bO bUtlt l)V tlie, nBcpuniiei anu; ,, ,ne urii m appvui. 1 pt M P tiw, ,.u and that there shall bo prohibitory law,) I am encouraged to said, iifti-- Ijmii iiou. jitrjw you would " wrongs to society umcc over .ncrtuocris ct auiKK unix ' " p- o "ami like you. I think csgovernment either mvittjtl or toieraieti j, y0l, t0 answer a question or two. no lawlessness ro CD tj-make n good wife. Will you marry me?" ra irom 1. Is it not true that the law of this in it. It leuves the whole chickens are too valuable to Eggs and said: "Yes." p, B. prohibition State punishing inuriler, theft, arson, She looketl him over and high license even to aluoluto " fheii get up behind 1110 and we'll go to be allowed to go to waste when Ganter's 3.2. in our legislative Sabbath-breakinwarrantetc., takes from the open for consideration SUCCESSOR TO O B chicken cholera euro is sold and town ami get married." I halls, and there will be constant pressure pcoplo the right of self government just Sliedid get up behind and they rode ed by MeHoberts & Stagg. THE HATTER, M'MIOHAEL, ef for advancement in every line that prom- as much, ami just the same as the pro- to the court-hous- e CO P antl were niatlo one. Thunder storms have never been so ises tho promotion of publio sobriety. hibitory law of Lincoln county does? 5U 4TH AVENUE, marriage was a It is recorded that tho 8 as since tho Eiffel Towin Paris J. If said prohibitory law is i Prohibition is beaten, temperance is not, happy one. New ork frequent LOUISVILLE, KENTUOKY. O--a er has been there, and it is becoming recis not all law punishing ctimes Press. and it is now safe to say that it never ognized as the cause. tn . fZi tn anil misdemeanor also can be beaten in Pennsylvania." tn The Nobbie3t & Most Stylish An exchange asks i a man of :l.j mar. If not, why not? Pleaso show the disto hearing that she is pretty hei-girl of 5, he is 7 times older than Next Stock of "No heroism can attach to tho man tinction if it exists. Tho man who thinks ries a tn o 4 trtO his wife. They live together 5 years, ho self, a woman likes best to be told how who kills one of his fellow belnjrs. Kve" P is by its advocates that n prohibitory law is. Sonu-r-woman when done In self defense it is a sad nntl designed or expected to "legislate indl- - is then 10 and she 10; he is only 4 times homely some other P--1 another 0 . . .... older. Thev hve to; ether is :10: ho --is ville Journal, . i lameiitablo affair. There is nothing to viiluals into luniporance, noes 1101 khoh vein's, he is tlien 00 and she .. nxtilt over in the killiiu of u man, and the alphabet of the subject ho attempts then only twice as old as his wife. How Grit makes the man ami want of it tho F.er brought to the city of Louisville, now open o 1..1 1..... .1... i I - .....r.. tt.l... ltl.n Irk... i 1.1.. till l.fttll lw. rs tn ro hailg including the ii si: iui-iiivor niurtior no punis ...env tut tiuiii uv- ehllllip; tllO lllell who win lay bold, IU1IH iiiusi villi Hespectftilly, tn to write about. COIlie the same age? 2. 011 ttM'1 1"""1' short 01 Hanging, a rmm Jos. JIaluiu. KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS WrjUftJ . ,,,. . .,, , ., . Of law is tlio oniy saieguam m va Tho Pride of Woman. You Cannot Afford tn And also my own importation of English Hats iiNti,1T meiit." Puducah Staiulanl. itorv. bv n popular vote. Was the law At this season of the year to be without a soud rer A cloar pearly and transparent skin is always a and Caps An elegant line ot Canes aud I.yrm'i Fine pure blood, and all persons tmubled vith Celebrated Uuibrellas always 011 hand diarrhoea t attain in the house, as cramps-cllc- , There is no uso tiying to disguise the against minder or larceny passed in the linM u diarrhoea and all inflammation 01" the stom- sljnof yellow or blotched skin can rest as& summer gill is 'the same way? These laws directed against ach mid bonds uie exceedingly dangerous If not dark, Kra'i blood is out of order A few doses SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, fnit that this year's sured that their will re- Maker iv in ' were passed of cotiiso by tho attended to at onic. Oim bcltlu of llesis' of lls.'tf' Mood PuriUr.1 - lllood Laaih a IbA a .. 1 iL ...III most charming creature the world has ..s...m.. if move tlie cause anu inc smii wih ,1 HROADWAY, Il.iU.im will do more gosd in cases of the transparent. Try It. and it satlf taction is noi given Gloves and other Furs, a specialty Orders out' over known. She is till that the piets luglslaturi) mid may at any tlmo bov arrautcu. A side of city solicited, perfect latlsfuctior guaran e it will cost ymt nothlHK. Is i lully Pdti- - amended on opealod by the same mi- kind th.tu any other meJuine 011 earth. Wo have bind and ngro.it deal 11101. ty teed. Don't tail toorJtra NOUUV HAT. K. fvuny, brutwit. law, however, ( h it A. R. Penny, Druggist. more American. w . SUMMER GOODS I" 1.1k tU MV i , ii & to-da- bar-roo- T. R. WALTON'S. M 1 lA oar-roo- 1 White Mountain Cream Freezers. Extracts for Ice Cream, 'i i i n, r '? M ASON'SgWIRE-TO- FRUIT JABS Sealing Wax and Jar Gums. Scythes, Snaths and Whet Stones. Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Regular stock embraces e Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, ware, Queensware, Confections, re-ja- Cigars, i T. R. WALTON, le-m- J. P. Burton, Clerk. F. Brinkley wide-awak- ITOTIGEI , i ' ll fop, sale.; 4 si ui ' ICE! ICE! ICE! 24-t- t 1 ' ij ! -' J II. WILSON, cro-cer- I .. car-loa- THOMPSON BOYD, '' f 1 er sis 4 I .? a 1 WALLACE E. ... ........ 1 . " ..".:' R. GEOGEGHAN, n i 41 Jirl -- i ..ii-- 1 u..s... ",: .- aa 8 world-renown- ed ; t - - wteia.gi'Sjy - ".i -, WM. ADAMS SON ' wi Dur-hrua- n"" 1 St guar-ante- LEXINGTON, KY. 14 i&.t44Mi-l!5- Vi.-- 'i1 j" Vs. ii. LV ' f v Daniel ILunsdell, of Imliann, to bo The silly mock marriage b'uslness husj 5 gotten many n couple into trouble, but marshal of tho District of Columbia; and we had no idea that Editor J. Fletch Capt. Meredith, of Chicago, Chief of tho Mnrcuin, of the Catlettsburg Democrat, bureau of Engraving and Printing, have Stanford, Kym July 2, 1889 would bo caught by it, especially since been appointed. The Secretary of War has directed he had such a lovely littlo sweetheart, who was apparently willing to perform that offices connected with tho departW. P. WALTON. her part in a real ceremony. But he was, ment of war bo draped in mourning for if nn Ironton paper is to be credited. Tho a period of :)0 days, as n mark of respect DEMOCRATIC TICKET. "marriage" occurred at Ashland to n to Hon. Simon Cameron. Tho Daily Herald, of Frankfort, hos daughter of Gen. Green Clay Smith, and For Slate'Ircaiurer, is leiral from the fact that the clerk is suspended publication. It was owned STEPHEN O. SHARPE. sued tho licenso and n minister tied th and edited by Clarence Egbert, formerly knot. The paper says a divorce suit Governor Knott's private secretary, and For Representative, Lincoln County, will bo "necessary to separate them. The died for want of patronage. RICHARD C.WARREN. Four women and two men, all dislady is distracted over tho affair and tho gentleman is said to have a female friend reputable characters, were found dead in Thk Somerset Keporter does not know who feels rather sad over it." We have a hoipse of at Patterson, X. J., people town whereof it affirms ami should not there- not n doubt of the latter statement and having been asphyxiated by tho gas Mas an. fore shoot off its mouth. This paper will wager that every one who attended which they blew out after a drunken ice go on never has anil never will denounce tem- the press association can call the name. orgy. lower, Letter oods perance and temperance people, because The social grand jury in tho Cron-i- n lower Thk Commercial is edited by Col. 11. is for it nnd them all the time. But it investigation found indictments week We offer of M. Kelly, agent for Kentucky, against Coughlin, O'Sullivan, Woodruff, we nre unalterably opposed to the who well individuals who style them- who has made a study of the subject. Burk, Boggs, Cooney and Kunze. Alelites do selves the prohibition party and we pro- He say: "The republicans of Ohio exander Sullivan's case will go over to double pose to fight them as we would the re- made n mistake in declaring for a service the next jury. Look, were 10c publican party, so long as they occupy jiension bill. Such a measure would be A burglar entered the house of John be 8tCj of were We acknowledge an injustice to deserving pensioners and Webber, at LaCrosse, Wis., and one of the attitnde they do. be c; were the prohibition law has done some. to the countrv. The soldier vote is a his daughters giving the alarm tho brute that - good ami for burselves we are not 2oc now be, 20c good thing to have, but it will neither be turned on her and plunged a knife into goods, lato it remaining as it it?, at the same gained or held by demagogism. ces be her side leaving exposed the heart, time we are for the time honored princilungs and intestines. Thk man mean enough to steal a cent and are ple of local Tho State debt of Ohio has been willing that the law shall b- - amended so off a dead nigger's eye has been spoken doubled in four years, and the republias to restore to the people tho right that of as the superlative of meanness aiuH can party iu its platform congratulates it takes from them. Those who know perhaps was only imaginary. But one the people on its financering. Most evus know that we are a temperance man nearly as mean, guaging the crime by erybody would have plenty of money if both in theory and in practice, but we the amount, has been found at Chatta- they refused to pay their debts. goods, Uwds clothare n democrat and regard it asourboun- - nooga. Arthur Blackford is in jail for Tho Manufacturers' Record publishboots, shoes, caps, den duty to fight any or all parties who stealing the two silver dollars that were es n report of the industrial developbe recost join issue with it. Does our astute crit- - lftid on a dead baby's eyes to keep them ment of the South for the first 0 months ic comprehend the difference? If not closed. of 1SSU, showing the total number of we shall endeavor to mike our position The annual adjustment of postmasters' new enterprises organized to bo 2,015, bo clear that a wayfaring man although salaries leaves Stanford, Danville and representing $10?,5t:U5,O0O of capital as a fool cannot err therein. Williamsburg at the same figures and in- against 2,0-,-.'l new enterprises investing creases Harrodsburg from 1,500 to $1,- - $81,o0$,000 during the first six months of In the interest of right and justice wo 1SSS. Main St., M. SALINGER, insist that it is time that Mr. E. II. ,.000; Lebanon from SI, COO to S1.7Q0; Tho State Teachers' Association fix-- , from $1,300 to $1,400; Richmond been appointed Blaine, who has just ed Mt. Sterling for the next place of chief clerk by Collector Goodloe at Lex- from $1,600 to $1,700 and Somerset from Many farmers have already thrcj-homeeting and elected the following offi-from Sl.'JOO to 51,'JOO. ington, was promoted. He held the porers: President, J. J. Glenn, Madison-- their wheat. J. F. Morrow commenced sition under Col. Swope and Gen. Kobin-soJudge R. J. Breckinridge Nominated. M. Goodknight, delivering last Wednesday. The opening ville; found that no democrat in his disof the County CommitThe Chairmen Hiram Roberts, Lou- price was t'5 cents for No. 2. Hopkins-villtrict was capable of filling the office as tees, R. L. Salter, in Boyle, R. H. Tom Franklin; treasurer, Kentuckian. R. II. Carothers, Louisville; secretary, . well as he, consequently for four years of KKKV The Elizabethtown News says the wu . v iiSI'KCIKIC cu,t. a" Mo diwr, mch 4.cnful. I lcrr, I'lmnlci. L'KcMttil Tin oil . l George-E- . Stone, isville; railroad secretary, J. T. Gaiues, democratic rule, Mr. Blaine held on to linson in Garrard, and peach crop on Mnldraugh's Hill is very representing Casey county, met with the Louisville; state editor, J. O. Hodges, the public teat. He must be an extra Lexington. Miss Amanda Anderson, of abundant and the finality even finer tvlll. 1'rlft Si i. good man and capable now, of something Chairman of tho Democratic District """' ol ,ht "' ! "Mllct. Liuwn is the md. P1 ,S Kl '' mm,,U1' ,,w,f Utt "'- Garrard, was elected editor for the hth than last year. The early crop is nojv ommmee in stanioni yesterday aim would h ' l,'r"'n, '" Uk' "' very much better than ho has. It "m " being dipoed of at $:i.50 per bushel in prr &!"""" " district. ',:51" ll11- utcs in uiuii icoi'vu tu i viiiiiivs have been the proper thing to have Cincinnati. AcGV?J!. for Hon. R. J. Breckinridge and ordered llJ.ch. made him collector so that he could Minjfa turrO and Kr ic.to i'r Iran li tl.e HUST0NVILLE. Rominger & Seai.ian have been fellthat he be declared the party's nominee have done something for Gen. Robinson i ing their Texas half breeds like hot for the State Senate in this, the 18th We had a violent war of the eleWILLIAMSBURG to repay his kindness. WilllauiNbur Ky. cakes, having dfcpo-e- d of 50 odd in the District, which is hereby done. ments, or in the elements, Sunday afterlat few days. The prices have ranged A C SINE T. D. Xewla.ni, Ch'n. noon. Two threatening clouds of There is some talk that the republic $20 to $45 and Miller A Carpenter J N MLNKIKK. proportions came rushing one from ans will not nominate a candidate for are the largest single purchasers, having NEWS CONDENSED. from the northeast anil the other from treasurer when they meet in conState taken 14 head. vention next Thursday in Lexington,; There Hre 2t),000 locomotives in use tho southwest, and collided above our The wheat crop in Kansas and - jn the U. S. quiet village. Tho shock was grand, the but this does not prevent the State Cenis reported the best ever harvested of thunder and light trul Committee from preparing to make Hiram Chestnut, a highly respected accompaniments in those States. The yield in Ohio, Indining sonorous and dazzling. The del a vigorous canvass, ouch shakers as citizen of Pulaski, is dead. ana, Illinois and Michigan is estimated Blackburn, Durham, Breckinridge, Me- Martin Hodgens, marshal of Union- - uge of rain threw the upper Hanging LathH, SIiliiglcH, Etc., nbove the average, possibly excepting Fork into a frenzy and filled our Kenzie, Hardin and others will be in the town, committed suicide. Damage by the green bug was villagers with reminiscences of Indiana. field and we suppose, as is his custom,! There ore five women murderers un- largely overestimated. Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, Gov. McCreary will be in the hottest of der sentence of death in the State of New Johnstown and Father Noah's enforced The Cincinnati Commercial learns voyage of an earlier date. There is a the fight. The democracy intends that) York. The public debt, no thanks to Tan- - growing suspicion among our older citi- that the crop outlook in Southern Ohio, a full vote shall be rolled in August. Cedar and Locust Posts. Jner, was decreased 515,000,000 last zens that the storm was due to the olleg-e- d West Virginia, Eastern Kentucky and We ill carry a lull itoik of tvtrtthiriK iVjnrf in a rlrt data Yard Southern Indiana is excellent. The Shelby ville Sentinel says that if month. injustice done by our sprightly young A C SINK, Ilutinrit Manager is particularly good, both as reJudge Durham will announce himself Cardinal Gibbons ordained a colored friend, the peripatetic I. J. man. The for Auditor, for which position the Cov-- ! priest lust week, making the second ever shade of Alexander is disturbed at the gards oualitv and quantity and corn is ington Commonwealth is urging him, "it so ordained. injustice which deprives his memory of making excellent progress. The 123 cattle, or 110 of them, that all the Music Teachers' Association the honor of having conquered the world will support him first last and The time. For Governor he will necessarily meeting at Louisville proved a fiat and and wanting to whip somebody else. did not die on the way, which were shiphave a hard and uncertain fight, but the dismal failure. Napoleon is said to be swearing in mel- ped to Chicago by Joe A. Cohen last Carlotta Patti, sister of Adalinu and lifluous French that Waterloo imperti- week, were sold at $3.70 in (hat city. He ZDUQ-GrlS- T other plumb is ready to drop into his & mouth as soon as opened." The auditor's and like her, a fine musician, died nently interferred with his conquest of lost $1,000 on the venture. Leathers Goodnight bought of Joe A. Cohen pays about double that of govern-- 1 day in Paris. the world. By the way I remember beAnCol. Goodloe pays Robinson for or, but our judge prefers honors toemol-ing struck just after the close of Napole- about 100 lambs at 5 cts. a pound. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, R. C. Bald- - on's career with the unswor made by an derson News. tiring Blaine by of life. at his time In the eyes of horsemen, a foal by win stamp deputy. old mountaineer to the question of an FANCY ARTICLES, &0. The last words of Labee, who was hung An nnti.,)rohibition candidate, inde-a- t other: "What would have become of us the dam of the celebrated trotting mare, 1 Patterson, Maud S., Miss Russell, sired by the great PSytlci-J., last week, were, "I pendent of all parties, has shied his e trr icrH'tioi.i accurately compounded. if Bonaparte had come to this country ?" Jesus," but as he deserted his wifel tor in the ring ,n Woodford, reply was, "He would Electioneer, is a gem of the purest ray. The sententious for a concubine and then murdered her,, & x w went have run the last man up the Rocky Such is a little bay filly, two or three A train on Uie when she sought to assert her HKhtH, jt, tliron(?h u trestle near Batiirin, O., and Mountains!" days old, living at Woodburu Stud mid is very likely that the love wasn't recip-- , valued at many thousand dollars shar- THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, ,0 wcre ,njurcd( Bevoral fatn,,Vt FARMANfTTRADETTE'MS. ing with a yearling sister the honor of rocated. "Xo murderer shall enter the ,, D 0(!Son )ivin(, ne,r cf;onf CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Kiuguom ol neaveu wiiuiy i rituiiunot Texas, set fire to his house, and then R. B. King sold to Johnson, of being tho bluest blood in the Hotting Kvtr brought to thu market I'r n tower than set asme everv nine a criminal wiui a jumped into tho flames and was crema- Boyle, a bunch of 2 and I! year-olcattle royalty of the world. She is Miss Rustheloneit Wauhen Clc:ki and 'ewrlry Ite. halter around his neck chances to pro- ted. 17th colt. sell's paired on ilnrl.nttce nn) .rr u l at $2.(55 claim that he is going straight home to During the last race of the Bourbon The belt railroad around Lexington Terlmne, of Mercer, bought of par Jesus. eas been let to Mike Dolan & Son, who lies in the West End 12 head of aged Trotting Club, the judges expelled W. horseman, R. Brassfield, the contract to have it in running condition mules at SI 10 to $145. Dlmilea the hcrtei hour qui leit between Ouu friend, W. R. Cress, of the Mt. from the tun. lie retused to start Ills 1. by Dec. field of J. 11. Chenault had n Vernon Signal, ..is getting himself in . fix , .r.'o 'Pl.t. Tin hjii lilii.L ,t.r. rt fM, sin uiuvni uwu Mt mare, Linnie, for the . . wiiiikio wheat that will average 150 bushels to the the judges declined tothird heat because New , . ... .. to have an indictment slapped against .... . .IC,..Ultl set back Starter wuii uie siuctv ui it or acre. Richmond Register. Wilkes, the winner of tho second heat, him.by Judge Boyd. Speaking of tho' more firms, was damaged to the extent Tho Harrodsburg Democrat speaks who run the greater part of the distance latter's ruling against the eligibility of a of saoo.ooo. ii Entire Traini Klin Through Without Charge. of a number of fields of wheat that will and then beat Linnie by a nose only. juror for service who forms an opinion The matter came near producing a riot A vein of iron ore, nine miles in uverugc 35 or 40 bushels to the acre. RTltt 'on a newspaper report, ho says: "The THKOUHH CAIt SEKV1CE. tho judges, which included Mr. W. J. length, and an average thickness of 17 Chinn & Morgan, of Harrodsburg, Lyle, being soundly hissed and berated. man who would attempt to set his foot feet, hits South Hound -- Train No i.l'ullman Itoudoir discovered near Birming-- i sold to a California man the yearling bay been t Sleeping on the newspaper world of Kentucky, ham, Ala. t hatiaiHuipi toCar, Cincinnati to New Orlean Mireeport MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. colt Gibralter, by Longfellow, for $2,- Tram No. 5, should be dealt with like Napoleon of lloudoir ItufTe t Sleeping AValter Hamp, of Lancaster, Pa., 500. V.New 0,l"n "! Mr. Sain 1'ilfrey, aged 20, and Misn old." to Jacksonville anil knoxville. Meepen Cincinnati followed his faithless wife to Springfield, St. Loula The Kansas chinchbugs have the Annie, daughter of Joo Adams, obtained toNew Orlttini via M. ,V O. The negro jury acquitted McDow of 1"- wliero lie killed Her nnd committed cholera and countless millions are de- license to marry yesterday. Condented Sclinlula in Effect March 31, 1889, the murder of Editor Dawson at Charles- - 8uU',,S!e , , , parting this life, to the delight of the Miss JJIlu, daughter of Col. W. C. P. -- uie rauroatis nave mane a half-fa- re notwithstanding the proof Bhowed ton, farnifis. Breckinridge, was mairied last week to JtlflAD DOAVN UICA.D UP. New Orleans on account of the a most diabolical casoofass.issination and rate to R. E. Thompson bought of D. P. " THAI N"S"N"0 KT I f Mr. Lyman Chalkley, of Richmond, Va. ' IKAINa SUUIH Sullivan-Kilra- ln prize fight. Tickets attempt at hiding the body. It is said No-85 hogs at !lj; also a Wo. 3. NoTsT No i. No. 1. ."vo. 4. No. 6 0. STATIONS. Dally. Daily. Daily .Daily. l.itu. Daily ll'ait that the colored population did not like will bo on sale July filly of E. J. Brown for $215. Mt. Ver- prominent Arkansas 6ohool teacher, anKx. .Sun Litn. Urn. Ex. Sun. Daily. Dally. Ex. Lira Indians threaten to wreck a NorthDaily. the editor because ho always spoke of non Signal. A'rv 6 40 a m 641 pm 10J5 a 17 a m 403 pm icop m, 7 J5 a m L've... .Cincinnati swered Miss Sarah Jackson's advertise330pm ern Pacific train because, as they claim, m 547pm 930pm ..William. town., .L've 5 13 a m 8 30 a m 9 them as negroes in his paper, and their Bryant & Scoggan are about to dis ment for a husband and married her six 10 S3 a m 51 p m .Georgetown. 4 10 n 39 70J pm 10 9 pm; 7 14 a ni 1 38 p m .Lexington.,, manifestations of joy at the acquittal an Indian was shot from u train by solve and in the event they do Proctor hours after meeting. .She is a Chicago n 30pm 7 33 pmio33 pmio 5m 3 48 a m 4 15pm 7 uia m 11 io p m in pursuit of them. l.vp.. .I.011. S. R. K Arr, were as exultant as they were idiotic. Knott will be sold for a buggy horse, woman and he is a fool if he is a school Arr Unrein ... ..I.ve. It is estimated that $1,000,000 has we presume. ...ATr a 55 a m 3 lop m 3 50 a m 10 Ilurfln u it pni S 43 pmu oa a in it 17 a m I.vc teacher. 50 pm pm 8 59 pin ii id a m a 39 a m Danville. ... 11 The president has appointed Fred been contributed by the people of the At tho nnnuol sale of surplus South5 30 am 1031 p m Miss Klizabeth Drexel, daughter of I 50 pm 9 10 p null 30 a m 11 45am a i8n m a 33 a in 5 10 a in 10 10 pm Junction City.. 15 world for tho relief of the stricken peo down lambs at Central Park, Now York, Douglas Minister to. Hstyti, with tho a 03 a in I 00 pm Someret .... 300pm 05 a ni 15 pm e 30 a m the late Joseph Drexel, and John Vin o 50 pm m 413am . ...Oalilalc M....1 3 15 9 35 P m 15 a in hope perhaps, that tho old darkey may ple of tho Conemaugh Valley. 41 head brought $500, the highest price, 4 3jam ... 8 15 a m 640P m Ar'v. ChattanooKn,.HI,,ve 6 20 pin 7 35 a m ton Dahlirren, son of tho late Hear Ad 10 00 pm 4 00a m Felex A. Barbeo, a Catlettsburg ed $24.50, being realized for a ram lamb. bo able to settle tho troubles there ....) 9 16 a m 700pm Lfve..Chatt.inoof;a,Ar'v 7 35 a m j 00a m miral Dahlgren, were married at New 01 p in 9 49 p m.Ar'v ....Attaila ...... m 4 47 e planters were interviewninoncr the negroes. Thesalarvis $5,000 itor on being arrested, for small thefts, pm .145 pm 11 45 pmjL'vt ,. ilirminghain,, i 00 p m 300 a m got away fronuho officers and made his ed last week and wo find a reduction of York. The bride's satin dress was trim,.Tiic.iloota.,, 608pm 30 a m 01 but with the danger to life that exists Meridian L'v II 15 pm 4 45amlAr'v med with laco 160 years old and is said looopin 8(5 per cent, in the acreage of tobacco set o 30 a in 11 00 a m Ar v,(Mew urlean..l. ve where interminable civil wars nrovail cscaP t0 drown ''imself, we hope. isarn) 3 35Pm 5 10 a mI,'ve.....Mcriilian.,.. ,Ar'v ... 940pm The suit of Frederick C. Prentice, of this year as compared with 1888. Owen to have cost $5,000. that is not much inducement to location J.tck(in....Ar'v 6 lop in 910am L'n New York, for possession of half of the News. 1115am lve. vicktburt,', 4 00 pm there. Owing to the absence of our corres..Monroe 4 35 pm I.'ve 1005 a m citv of Duluth, was decided in liiS" favor 830pm Ar'v....Shieveport... Robt. McDade, a Henry county pondent the death of Mr. C. II. Ilishop 600 a m The democracy of Boylo did a sensi- by tho Circuit Court at Ashland, Wis. youth of 18, sold his first crop of tobac- at Hustouville was not noted in our last Train No. co. 11 hhds., realizing $1,224, or some- issue. He was n native of Bourbon coun- Rhrt.vnmlta ChnttailOOCa. 1, Pullman lloudoir Iluflel Sleeping Cart, New Otlcan to Cincinnati Col. A. M. Saxton, for whom ble thing Saturday in nominating J. Len $Ki per hundred. ty, where ho married Mies llattie Letton, Train No 6, rullmanlloudoir Iluffet Sleeping Can New Orleans to Cincinnati. National Bank at St. Joseph, Mo thing over Bruce for the legislature. He is the Alex Williams, colored, who mur- and was a close relative of Gov. Bishop, t T Train NC. b. I'liiimaiiiiouuoir anu nuucisief; f.. me 111 most popular man in il.. couniy, capaoie was named, is ueau. lie was tor many dered his wife at Owensboro Saturday, of Ohio. During his stay in this county innville io Cincinnati, via W. A, and E. T '. AIO. Sleener from Knmv III. i i..... J"-- ' KHAN K V. WOOI.LEV. Trav. 1'a.t. Act Lex inr'ton Kv wittial,and can beat any republican that! yean a prominent man in Missouri poll- - committed suicide nt Evansville when ho made many friends who join with tnilN' C.GAULT. General Manaecr. MuilU t Kl, Ag. Cincinnati .Oliio tics. the widow in grief over his loss. an attempt was made toarrest him. dare run against him. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal A TERRIFFIC SLOW 10 COMPETITION AND JIIGJI PRICES. ill-fa- over-righteo- and vicinity that with us of this inducement in print is an inducement in fact. Merrily pounderin down prices lower and lower and in offering a quality of at prices than any oilier concern in our line in this part of the country. This a royal spread tempting bargains and generous values would save dollars as as malic their ni for all and dimes taught the at the following prices: All satteens which sold at extra, qualities American Satteens which and 12o will sold at sold at 20c will sold at Id French Satteens which sold at a bargain will sold for per yard. All white flouncing for and embroideries will wort. For the salie of making room, and all other gardless of ing, Id at the hats, d i such as dru trunks, carpets, matting, S'c, will t C S5 "fc suld eTHE LOUISVILLE STORE. S Stanford. Manager. e Nidi-olasvil- le 1 n The Great Remedies! . . I ii "" -- , DRIGCO., por-tentio- -' Mis-sou- ri SINE & MENEFEE, ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, pale-fac- ed SASH, DOORS AND BI.X3MDS PATENT W1KE AND SLAT FE2TCE, tD Tin-whe- AJA.O Bo PENNY, & Kri-offi- 1 ( cas-lov- m a t- i d ( JjggBB3F leans. well-know- n e 4 iiiu-.li- . ,,. Cincinnati and Or. ' Duff-e- l'u'1-nu- - iu 4-- 111 1 olli-ce- rs . 111 . 1 1 111 1 Fifty-thre- 1 1 I ' Sax-ton- 's North-Houn- 1 - X ri. . r -- '- W i it ..V ' " r rlF7yjj W Semi-Week- ly Interior journal Ky., New nit-ti- ht Ice cii cam fruit jnre nt S. J?. Myers ... nt nil hours nt Ziinincr's. li'Hlii'Ol Is any hotter than wns, i;ood Lord deliver us. ' .'" Stanfoiid, July 2, 1880 I'ut'jT Jaiis and oxtrn tops for snlu. A. C. Murtin, Mnywofiil, S.C.WALTON,BU8,ManaRer MEANS Come Jim Caiu'K.nteii wns lined So for naulting Jolin J. liriht. A No. ' 1 n- - BUSINESS. t i H binder for rjiIu cheap. IVmiy. Seveiiai. of the young people attended Watciim nuil jewelry rejmired mill an Impromptu Imp .at llustonvilli) last warranted. A. It. I'enny. night. ... The best place to buy, ilrupf, patent toilet articles is at. A. H; medicines and The younger clan of younglndicslmve l'cnny'H. , , , , organized a cooking cluli and will meet Ulivyour school pooks, uik, laoieis. ,iner. mnicilB and school supplies of all with Miss Annie Hale c iuds from A. It. IVnny. The tnx books for lfcsi are now ready. PERSONAL POINTS. Everybody will please come forward and pay his taxes at once. T. I). Newland, I)n, 11. C. Moiiiian, of Lebanon, is Sheriir. . here. KiiiTon M. IJ. llnuim was in town The first of July is past and I insist ' that those indebted to me will come forMk. ani Miin. J. 1'. Havis are visiting ward and settle their accounts. I need the money and must have it. II. C. in Mnnticello. Mk. J. Matt Maiiti.v Is very ill with blrtilder trouble. Miss Kmi: Waiiiikn will open the pubMux. ll.O. H.ui, of .Somerset, is with lic school at district No. 'J, July loth. Miss 1). Wenren. Mrs. lieorge Kllie has the reputation of being n good MthsJi'MA liiiAtii.EY, of Harrodsburj.', teacher ami we are sure she will gie satis visitinn relatives at Huston vilk'. isfaction. Mil Geuikie Given, of I'ittsl'nrj.', has in the county. The ladies of Hright's school limue Uen visiting relatives Mas. J, 0. Hays, who has been on a will give a moonlight picnic on Thursday visit to relatives in Garrard, has return- evening, July 11, for the benetit of the Ailmission to all -- o its.; ed lioiie. Mk. V. A. Al.ror.N, of I'ryor's Point, everybody invited. and settle your account m m Hit-ple- y. WnUiT A. Vool I. M. llruce. Tliumiw Hiving Shurmnn, oldest son I of Gen. .Slierinun, will hecoino n Jesuit nriuit next week in I'liilndelnhia. Juir.EDi'i:iiAMwillpe.iknt WJllmms- Klder 11. J. Clark will prcrch itt A Prifwtliuratil1ii filinrrili fmJ LIIU all tint nfilnw burg next Saturday at li o'clock. IH II IVOVIIVUIMIIV VIIUIl.ll VI lw ' in July; hIbo the following Sunday at 11 The L. A N., K. C. nnd C. SJ., will sell o'clock, on account of the illuess'of Eld. 1111 cheap excursion ro.tes for the 1th of Ju- A. C. Newland, who is unable yet to bis appointment there. ' ly. Hro, Joe Hopper was with relatives is stated thnt Gov. Uuckner will or- here a few dnys ngo nnd told us thnt he It and ltev. Evans organized on the nt der the Stnte Guard into camp at Crab Stanton, Powell county, a Presbyterian 'JO. Orchnrd, July church with 45. members, three ruling elders and three deacons, and raised Miss Peaiil Phillips will commence a S60U towanlH building a house of worschool at White Oak School-Hous- e ship. Stanton promiseH to be one of public the coining towns of that country. on Mondny noxt. " Speaking of Mr. Dames' lectures, The Iktkiiior Jbuit.vtiMi willgotoSom-erse- t which he now delivers free, the AnderWednesday night to play the Wad- son News says: After ench lecture an honest, earnest ami strong "appeal for dle Hros.' club there two games on the money is made anil the contributions for 4th. the two nights here were quite liberal, The democrats of Casey nominated amounting to about ?l-'.- ", which is more George W. Sweeney for the thairthe lecture brought in any town formerly visited where an admission fee legislature Saturday n oapital nomina- was charged. ' . 3 jKeep By btiyinjj Your SUMMER COATS And Vests, 'in 4 Flannel Shirts and Straw Hats, From tion. .Sundav-sehoo- l. Miss., is vUhiiig his relative, Mr. J. W. Piuu;. S. J. 1'n.i.lAM has accejited the Alcorn. charge of the Stanford Male and Female Hevehuv ltoi'T, who has sjx'nt the lnt Seiiilnnry. which was tendered him, and three years in Missouri, is visiting hit earnestly desires the patrons to let him parents. know at once the numbi-- r of pupils he V. Uivkss and A. K. Uen Memks. ti. will hnve. ny are spending n week at Dripping In the county court yesterday the will Springs. of U. C. Hvwntcrs was admitted to proMk. and Mii. Matt Woop-o- s left for couple of weeks visit to rela- bate and John A. Hammond was appointed deputy county clerk. This at Woodson villu. tives Mil. James T. Sit u keiioiip and wife, with some road orders was the extent of of Uichinon.l, have been visiting their tlieJiiisiness. . Miller. uncle, Col. Thomas Th i: public school Ht Mt. Xenia has Miw. G. C. Kem.ek, fit., and Henry spent Sunday been given to Miss Hettie W. Tompkins, Keller, of Harnsl.bnri;, of Hnrrodsburg, nnd will open the first with Mr. and Mrs. li. C. Keller, Jr. Monday in August. This will make the Mas. A. A. McKinsev w still in a crit school that Miss Tompkins hns taught better-Mrs- . lit ical condition though somewhat In this county. is much improved. T. It. Walton The democracy, that is a faithful few Manaock 1". J. Oami'Iiell pasxed up to KcK-Castle Spring Saturday with 16 of them, met here S.iturdnynnd instructjxtsohs who fio to spend the season with ed T. D. Newland, Chairman of the County Committee, to cast the vote o' linn. Mil. L. D. Hiii.i.iMiwoiiTii and bride, the county for Hon. H. J. HreckinrMgc who mis Miss Liwie HuU'man, passed for democratic nominee for Senator in through to Kvansville, lnd., yesterday, thi, the 1Mb. district. where they w ill locate. , VisiTou Will be glad to know that Ifl'uor. J. 1. Wai.to.n-- of Centre College, was here yesterday, in the interest of popular Tom Newman will be at Crab thnt institution, for which he will travel Orchard Springs again this season. He will be in charge of theollice. Miss Anduring the summer months Mk. J. I. CiiANHi.r.11 has been appoint- nie Mcljiughlin will direct the manageed agent of the Middlelxtrough Town ment of the hotel, while supt. J. C. King Company and general auctioneer for the will attend to everybody and everything as usual. wile to occur there Oct. 0. Miss Lena It. Williams, of Huston- The Kockcastle jury decided that it ville, accompanied Mr. llishop's remnins was right nnd proper for a man to shoot to Millersburg, where the burial took nnd kill n !oy, simply because he halloo place Thursday. l'arn News. ed for Jell Davis. At lea-- t it acquitted Dk. J. (i. Caki'E.steii writes thnt he the fellow Hgman, who murdered young has determined to Mice a special course Higginbotbam for that offense. The on the diseases of the eye and surgical murder was a very atrocious one, and diseases of women in New York City. but for tho -- S years lapse of time since Mis KpimeGamhieli, of Kowland, n its committal, Commonwealth's Attorbeautiful and neiiomplished young lady, ney Herndon says there could hardly is visiting the family of Mr. O'Mara, tht have la'en an acquittal. popular yard engineer. Jellico News. Mas. Wallaci: Kmiiiiy, Mrs. Talton The Queen and Crescent Houte will Eiubry, Mrs. Henry Ktnhry, of Louis- sell tickets to High Hridge Camp Meet ville, and Miss Ada Mattingly, of Cleve- ing and return on July 11 continuing sale, until 21st at all ticket offices be land, U., are visiting Mrs. T. J. Foster Cait. J. II. Hutchinson, of the C. S., tween CliHttauoogn and Cincinnati nt was to 6ce ins mother lust week. He has sH'cinl low rates. SjK'cinl tniins will be been with his road six years and lias run daily except Sunday from Georgenever liml a wreck, something not many town. Also on Sundnys, July 14 nnd til, Hevs. from Cincinnati and Somerset. of its conductors can say. The Hnrrodsburg Democrat is the 1kss Sam Jones, Sam Small and other proini- paper for "ersonals." It had t wo and a nunt divines will be present. balfcolumnslatissueand in them we no, J iii.Eii Hveiilv, ot Knox, was down tice thnt Miss Mary Shelby, of tiuscoun-tyFriday after John T. Hinkle, who wns is visiting Mrs. Kb. Magollin. Dk. L. H. Hlanton, chancellor of Cen- convicted in tho circuit court there and tral University, wns here last eck in sentenced to the penitentiary five years, has been in jail here since, the interest of that institution, which he and who with the pending nn npjval. A new trial wns tells us will open i.i September granted him nnd Judge Boyd having largest number of pupils in its history. fixed his bail at S5,000 he was taken Missus Maiuk and Gkoiuiia J'aknes, Key. George back to Barbourvillo to give It if he cnn. the charming daughters of Ho hns been in jnil hero some timo nnd 0. Humes, of Sanibel Island, Fin., are although he never gave the jnller any Lucy Ashmore for a two with Miss special trouble, he was regarded as a C.-'weeks' stay. Versailles Letter in very slick one and watched with usual Das GAiiitAiiP is spoken of to succeed Marrs, who is care. Commonwealth Attorney nbout to resign his charge in the Wth Town vs. Countiiv Customs. A few district. The. plnc needs a man of grit nights ngo young farmer of some 18 and backbone and Dan fills the bill ex- summers went to see his devoted, whoso actly. father is also 11 tiller of the soil. The Misses Anoik and Floiia H.LLorhavo young man had called on several of the returned from the West Point Virginia town girls and had learned that the propSeminary, the former bringing with her er timo to make his calls was not just as n diplomn, which was won with the soon us the sun wns set, as he hud been highest honors of her class that of be- used to doing, but nn hour or so later. ing its valedictorian. Profiting by experience, ho knocked at The Nicholasvillo Journal pays Julius his country girl's door at S:".0 prompt, Von Grunigen, of this county, who hns and instead of being welcomed by her been clerking there, but has be.en forced o'r her father, a couple of bull dogs did n very to (juit on account of that part by trying their best tobito him. compliment on his business capaci Tlio young man, scared out of his wits, high ty and gentlemanly bearing. climbed n tree near by and to this tree n MikiNannkttkGastiskau, tho ho doubtless attributes his present exteacher, hns been complimented istence. The trouble, however, was not by an election to u position in one of tho over, for the farmer and his daughter graded high schools nt Lexington, where were awakened by the noise and thinkshe will add still further to her reputa- ing n thief was near, rushed out with tion as n capnblu nnd careful instruct- gun nnd broom in hnnd and would have ress. shot thu courting innn to pieces had ho not begged for mercy from both the man "cIty and vicinity. with the gun nnd the dogs. The dogs Milk siiAKKnt Zimmer's. young farmer driven.nwny, tho yes-tenia- )' ... 1 1 1&-1- Twine for binders ami n number of Judge Moren, of london, and John brand new buggies for sale cheap. Call early and take first choice of thebuggies. Pitman, of Pittsbuig, were here Saturday. I. M. Hruce. Wesley Mink, who was run over by A AN e will b giv'ii at tiie Opera a train at Livingston last week, wns unmarried. i.'d, in honor of Miss EmHouse One nnd a half dozen was the numma Snulley, to which the young people ber of visiting attorneys here during generally .ire invited. court last week. A hog at this place is the happy pos A hint to the wiu is suthcient. Head scssorof 6ix well developed hoofs on this notice nnd go straightforward to each of its front legs. Clay, of Lexington, State Miss Chadwick it Armendt, Crab Orchaid, president of the Woman's Mights Assocaccount. and pay your iation, will deliver a lecture at the church ' on the evening of Friday. 5th. on "The Hon. F. F. Hoiiiiitt was unable to be Duties of Women to Society." here yesterday to deliver his speech on The jurv in the Sigmiin trial held out the ineligibility of preachers to the leg- two days after taking the ense nnd returned a verdict of acijnittnl Saturday islature, but he sent it for publication. morning. We understand nine were for The republicans haven't nominated n ncfjuittal and three for a penalty of three emdidnte for the legislature yet and will years. Mink family seem to be rather The not probably do so.publfcly, though G. unfortunate. One wns killed nt LivingsW. Gentry ami others are spoken of as ton Thursday, one killed at Hailey's Switch, Knox county, Saturday, and one candidates. got a leg broken in jumping from a K. At" Heniiv Cly, the negro who broke in- C. train Saturday. James Hailey, who killed A. W. to George P.utcher's barber shop and Mink nt Ilailey's'Switeh, Knox county, took what be could find, was arrested Snturdny, '.ns himself killed Sundav by Marshal evening within 100 ynids of where Mink and brought here yesterday Waggoner, of Harrodburg. lost his life. Bailey was riding along with James Smith, "who had been guardW. G. S.la, master of trains, says it ing him since his surrender. The guard wns a mistake about there being a gen- hud loaned Hailey his pistol; Hailey had iiuuiber'of times; in doing so eral order permitting paengern to ride tired it a flourish the pistol around and be would on freight trains. No such order ha the guard says he don't know whether liven made and no out- can ride on those Hailey was killed fromnmbusbordid the freights that do not ordinarily carry pas- shooting himself. Alex W. Mini: was shot and install sengers, except by special permit. ly killed by James Hailey at Hailey's -- witch, between Harbourville and Lov- . . . . . The Lincoln National Hank shows ainruav morning. uiiik, eiii vnriv gross earnings of $lo.4'.l CO, a surplus of wi,it. ,"ler the influence of honor, Is Receiving His ?J,000, and undivided profits for the first made an attack on Hailey Friday evening, six months of its existence of j,OVs.o:!, but was disarmed before anv damage wie done. Saturday morning Mink went was but the directors divided that :.... best t(( mWy,H nml (.oulmenci.,l the not to declare a dividend tins time. The trouble bv drawing his revolver. Hailev Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial shot-guand l First National, of this place, declared 3 took up "a cent, dividend, after carrying $1,000 fired two shots, tilling his head and body h.t full of shot, killing him instantly. Hailey to surplus reducing premiums $."00 and went to Harbourville and surrendered to paying taxes and all other expenses. The the authorities. Mink's remnins were brought to his father's, Albert Mink's, on HuBtonville National earned Skagg's Creek, in this county. paid a dividend of .'! per it'iit. and all nnd carried $1,015.70 to undivided LniEKTY. Mrs. H:H. Camnitz.of profits. and Mrs. Culbertson.of CovingIf you buy aMcCORMACK REAPER or MOWER you are certain Mrs. Huir-innThe Si'ea kind. There is no use talk- - ton, are visiting their mother,but is who has been very ill, to get one of the best Machines made. e , being unsafe ing about the Mr. N. J. Sweeney, of If you buy a McOormack Machine you can depend on getting renfter yesterday's test. Every nook, aisle, lnd., and Mrs. Lucy A. Wood, of window sill and all were crowded, peo- this county, were united in mnrringe last pairs when wanted, without delay or vexation, which is one of the things ple standing up for hours to hear the de- Sunday. Casey county has other We most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or to boast of besides our bate. Judge U.J. Hreckinridge was the hive a stack of sheriff material 25 feet Mower; no mistake about it. first speaker, but he contented himself high, divided as follows: W. M. .Myers, The McCormack Machine Co. have always been in the lead of with simply announcing his acceptance sheriff, G feet, t!A inches; A. H. Myers, . Sharp, their competitors in the manufacture of Twine Binders, and with 'l'"ty, 6 feet .'ji inches; L. of the democratic nomination for Senadeputy, 0 feet inches; J. M. Minor, dep- - their Improved No. 4 and Big Four Mowers they have a line of Mator nnd promising to bo heard from la- - (lt (vvt 4 inches. Presi. chines second to none. ter. The democratic party is a party of principles aud ho would endeavor durBy all moans, see XEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Machines before you make ing the canvass to maintain them with your selection for the coming harvest. honor to hinelf anil credit to that m MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. m t, Bruce & McRoberts. m Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Wall Paper, M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. Ifflo (Do lHUFILlrUT9 - MERCHANT TAILOR SUMMER' GOODS . 1 i ,,. SPRING AND double-barre- n fL'-'TT.e- o, The Long and the Short of It. litis-tonvill- n, Court-Hous- Wales-burg- court-hous- e. these party-- For some reason Hro. Montgomery was not on hnnd when bis time came to lead off and a delav of l"or 20 minutes was Ho flnally appeared and occasioned. from all wo heard and learned devoted morcof Jiis timetothel.NTEiuoi: Joi'K.nal than to his opponent. His efiqrt otherwise was the stereotyped temperance speech, with which all are so familiar as to need no repetition here. When Mr. Warren arose to speak, a W. L. DAWSON GEO. O. WEAKEN, Agt. fi Candidate fcr Jailtr cf Lincoln County, ub jeet tu the action o( the Democracy . FOR SALE OR RENT. Sutub!e for (iool Home and Lot at Maywp-on lot. docu.r or tea lier i.ood choul-htu- e IJ L SrEI'HENSON, Apply to Mayweed, Ky 41 IB o lo WEAKEN Dealer In For Sale ! A Furniture and Undertakers' Goods! J. 11 prolonged applause giected him, but having got out of the crush, we were unable to force our way bnck and so miseed OTIS P. NEWLAND the speech. Those who heard him, howhe acquitted himself It a Candidate for Jniler of Lincoln County, ever, tell us that to the action ofthe Democracy. nobly and gained many recruits to his army from those who had gone oil" on SAM 211. OWENS hearsay ol disposition, He both strengthof Lincoln at It a Candidate ened himself and his cause and judging county, subject for the action of JailerDemocratic the to from tho repeated cheers lie scored ma- party. ny a good point. The mercury wns fully 150 in tho room and how spenkers nnd G. S. CARPENTER people stood it we are nt n loss to know. ft a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln connty, tub. Tho rejoinder nnd the surrejoinder jeet to the moon of the Democratic party. were amusing and witty and both speakN. ers got their full quota of applause. iub-je- 1 wiih to tell my farm cf 6s a ret .mated on the Lancaster pike two mile from Stanford. The of . comforuMe dwelling land U all in graft; rooms it tituated upon it Will sell at u bargain 6 A HEN EDICT, Stanford. 41 STANFORD, KY. TlicLnrgcst, Cheapest and Best Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, ISorder, Ceiling Decorations and Window .Shades Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is full and complete. We call special attention to our HTDESTRXTCTIBLE BT7HXAX CASKET, The best Casket of the kind ever invented. Embalming under the most approved method when desired. J. C. McGlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. J. 3IENEFEE CHURCH AFFAIRS. It a Candidate for Sheriff, tubject to the action of the Lincoln County Democracy. Prayer meeting at Mt. Xenia next Sunduy evening nt 4 o'clock. Tho Haptist church at Cave City wns struck by lightning and entirely destroy- FOR SALE! ll A. M. I'eland hat 4 good Milk Cowt for tale, all thoroughbred Shortucrnt, with calvet 10'dayt old, having had calvet within 34 hours of each other. A Rood chnnco to git a good cow and a thorough-brcd'bued. calf cheap Alto h.ivo tome nice young Hev. G. C. Overstreet, formerly a min- built ready for tervicc. A. M. FHLAND. Methodist, but now a Presbyterian 3, Stanford, Ky. ister, has announced his candidacy or MEW FURNITURE STORE! MAIK HUFFMAN FffiWDF. well-know- Superintendent of public instruction. Traders, Ilortemen and ;kmen 01 the countict Elder A. P. Cobb, of Decatur, 111., a FARMERS, of Marion llovle, Lincoln, (Jarrard and Wathiui:noted evangelist, has consented to assist ton will find all the newt relatinc to uiattert of inHev. J. Hell Gibson in n protracted meet- tere.l to them In the I 1 V U th Itmlinu tiALi'r of ing nt the Christian church in October. Central Kentucky,..,. iuued Tuesday and Friday of ...t.a .nil .... 1. C.ml Dr. J. U. Cottrell, tho G lloyle, llutinett Methodist preacher, at present stationed for three months. Addrett II. Manager, Danville, Ky. is nt Franklin, lost bio wife last week. Sho in poor health for long timo had been HOUSE, and was in Florida for its benefit when sho died. LIBERTY, KY Kevp. U. 0. Medens, of Williamsburg, J. N. Howling, of Middleburgnnd WARRINNER-PROP'R- . - il M 1 UL.tCJ well-know- n 1. 1. -- 11 THE NAPIER metal-I- c told his miesion, 'but on being informed The new postage stamps will bo that it wns entirely too Into for company red, or carmine, insteud of green as at ho left, a sadder but a wiser youth. present. orgnnized n J. It. Hicks, of Harbourville, last Sunday Haptist church at this place Messenger. F. W. with 24 charter members. Pineville I have leaied the above Hotel and intend run. particular. Spettyle in ning It in cial attention to commercial men. firtt-clan Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low asjl such goods can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest tt sMKUii-LlUSBB- ,.1 v .. l . . ,W if ,'; i.i?ptw fx. "?wy i . M Semi-Week- ly I' St i 7 Interior Journal AT Prohibition East and West. fi Publlsbod Evory Tuosday and Friday $V2 PICK YlCA.U.iy ADV.VN'CK $2. GO tiill be chargedSi1 K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. "When not to paid at Trln leave 4:50 p. m Rowland at 7.00 n, m , returning L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Vfc Mail train going North 11 31pm " " " South 131pm Exprea train " South 11 571"' " " " North . jasam Coral Freight North Sioam ' South 53)Pm The latter tratnt aIo carry pass-n?The above lacalcutated on standard time. Solar time it about to minutes fater en r i H - long-Standi- ng Blood Diseasos are oured by the persevering use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Tiiis medicine b an Alterative, and causes a radical change in the system. The process, in some coses, may not bo quite so rapid as in others ; but, with persistence, the result Is certain. Head thoso testimonials : "For two years I suffered from a sevens pain in uiy right side, and had other trouble caused by a torpid liver and dyspepsia. After giving several medicines a (air trial without a cure, I began to tnku Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I was greatly benefited by the first bottle, and alter taking live bottles I was completely cured." John W. Benson, 70 Lawrence St., .Lowell, Mass. Last IMsy a large carbuncle broke out on my arm. The usual remedies had no vffectand I was confined to my bed for fight weeks. A friend induced me to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Less than three Itottles healed the sore. In all my experience with medicine, I never saw more Another marked effect of the use of this medicine was the strengthening of my Fight." Mrs. Carrio Adams, Holly Springs, Texas. "I, bad a dry scaly humor for rears, and suffered terribly and, as my brother and sinter were similarly amlcted, I presume the malady is hereditary. Last winter, Dr. Tyron, (of Fernandina, VI., ) recommended me to take Ayer'a Sarsaparilla, and continue it for a year, for live month I took it dally. I have not bad a blemish upon my body for the T. E. Wiley, 148 last three months." Chambers St., New York City. "Last fall and winter I was troubled with a dull, heavy pain in my sldo. I did not notice it much at first, but it gradually grew worse until it became almost unbearable. During the latter part of this time, disorders of tho stomach and liver increased my troubles. I began taking Ajer's Sarsaparilla, and, after faithfully continuing tho use of this medicine for some months, the pain disappeared and I was completely cured." Mrs. Augusta A. Furbush, Haverhill, Mass. a The regulation of the liquor tmtlic much easier in fltmrrely settled regions than In the great cities and tho crowded districts contiguous thereto, it is not ttmutt'tr.il that the tuore ardent friend of teinpetnttco should, in those sparsely settled regions, iiimpno that tl.ey win suppress that trntlie altogether. Local option in not only n favorite, but often an elleetive recourse, in a neigh borhood, or n county where public sentiment is united. Hence, it isnpplied, and B.ifely applied, for u local and police pur poitf even in country villages niul towns, mid it so happens tlmt in States like .Maine, Iowa and Kama, subject to rural influences, prohibition has come about. It is ditlerent, however, in the great center of population. Even in the larg er cities and towus in Maine, Kansas and Iowa prohibition does not prohibit. In tho meantime, it involves a perpetual upon personal liberty ami entails abuses greater even than those appertaining to drunkenness. The question in all its bearings was never sothorougli- ly and so ably discussed as in Massachu setts, with tho result of the complete and overthrow of prohibition. So, in a lesser degree, was it in Rhode Island and Pennsylvania, where tens of thousands of good people, who are as siucere-lenlisted on tho side of temperance and morality as, tho prohibitionists, voted ngainst prohibition as no cure for the evils admitted bv all to tlow from the ex bo-In- g ns-un- it tie-fe- y Simon Cameron was born in Lancaster, Pn. March 8, I'M). Left nu orphan, lie leceived but a moderate school education, which ho improved upon In the printer'H trade, which he followed until 1S20, when he became editor of u newspaper in Doylestow n, and of another tno years later in Ilaiiisburg. Hu was in. dustiloiis and thrifty and at length became a capitalist and a banker and in railroad construction the early days became identified with thntiutviest. He was elected to the U. S. Senate in 1S15, and was known as a democrat, bit became a member of the republican party as soon as it was founded and was electDefeated ed by it to the Senate in . as a candidate for tho presidential nomination in ISM, Mr. Lincoln appointed him Secietary of war, which office lie tilled with great ability until he resigned early in IM1- -, ami went a mitiMer to Russia, where lie did much to the friendship oi that KnMl nation for the Union during tho ciil wnt. He resigned as minister to Russia in the autumn of IS'KJ and sought retirement uu-t1S00, when lie was ajjahi elected to the Senate. At the close of his term he was but in 1873 retired iu favor of his son, James DjnuUl Cameron. His death removes the oldest American statesman of prominence lone, conpic-uou- s representative of leading American politics nearly half u century ago. ROYAI ivey, $6Qd and DENTIST. Stanford, Ky. Oflicfl on ale Stable, I.ancJter itreet, opposite court ouie 1 lr Rails, Slingls. and Shcss For Sale. jf Tn Thootand Klat Rmls acd io,oo Poplar Shingles. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. 1 have on hand Men's, Wimen Mines' and LONDON, KY , Chililrcn's Short, madu ly Alter, Koto)il & Co. and Mtindelle, which I will sell in the rry lowest Oood turnouts and saddle horset always lor hire Iwuijht them and they mutt be on reasonable terms prices t ha London Is the mott convensold. My stocL Is comriete and those who want ient point on the railroad I) reach placet in tin bariMltu ctn cet thew tiy railing. I mean busi- in the mountain tlion of the itate 10 V 0 IIAII.KY, TurnrMtille. est ' POWDER Absolutely Puro Tlii A JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK -- . BAILEY, PROPRIETOR ilMHiiJ -T )lounyutt HiAiiTi.;HiCACoM5" " - pder neernri strenjth irl w1 :slvmii . More r imtnlc li than the ordlnuy kin J d dti n. t tie sold In competition wit. ihermilt tuJe ol low t i, hort Houte. weight, alum or phi,i!! cp,u iir. vli' mlj in n nui i. uam.x'i runiM.v I O 10 Wall street. Sen YrU, it ni!i f i Thotouhly Herniated and KefurnitheJ. First class Iare and Keatonable 1'rtcet. Day and night Trains aie net by Polite Porters 01 this Popular o;-t- t A NEW FAST MAIL I.eiMn; llolh f. Cstabllslicd 1825. chandise, tc . LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Attention, Coal Httnicr.s. FOB, nTSTJHAlTCE V Daily, Secures to Travelers, il rd NutC0.1l ird or S S Oi t Veep on hanl Xo iquilitv of Jelhco. L'ly in ray jjrd Leave nrders t t ors" sturw aud tli nl lie rur On Dwellitut, llouvhold J 11 lUl.C.i.NS, rfrd Ky Season Opens June i, '89. WOOD Djirii frem June i Wonderful Results. f 7r J cessive use of alcohol. In view of these developments, we may reasonably expect prohibition to be weaker in tho next presidential battle than in the two last presidential battles. Indeed, the whole temperance question may take a now shape and turn on new lines of discussion and combat. In that event it becomes uu important question whether tho temperance party will lose or gain by its change of base. The vote againt prohibition in Texas and Tennessee gave it a black eye iu the South, where it cannot now hope to make much effective headway. It is killed iu the Kast. It is checked, if not killed, in the West. It may go to pieces altogether. If so, what will become of its fragments, and which party will profit by its destruction? Obviously the republican party; and, looking to the contingency, it will be well for democrats to consider how we shall counteract this in. creased republican vote when the time comes to meet it. Courier-Journal- . r i r I'" NT The use of the French terms It. S. V. P., en tilk, nee and others, are an affectation which the society usage of a dozen years ago made justifiable, but detached rRSrjlBKD BY French terms and distinctly Frem h endOr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Matt. ings in tho English langurue are now bePrice l ; six bottle, J. Worth ft soul. ing snubbed out of existence. The 'nuns" at the end of u number of words have given place to the single "tu" and it is no longer (and indeed never was) ,'ood taste to use French expressions unless they are so distinctly idiomatic that J3. H. BURNSIDE. Proprietor the meaning cannot be expressed in English. It is infinitely more sensible to Co Hotel In Keatu ky hia li".jr rp'.titon, put "please answer" in the corner of a and its prjpnet r U .it r .n..t ih .i sha.II be maintained card of invitation than U. S. Y. P. Re and it is absolutely,; ipoitdtz t'l rowpfaft lie has recent'y aided to ! p 01 'fiers- m s an exhibition of weakness to writer till Ike cattle ha.e for seseral ' .Mr. Cobb, the prohibition candidate THE LARGEST AND FINEST seasons taken the lead in the blooded stile markon the back of an envelope addressed to et Ity commanding under th hammer tlie highest Parioi'S it friend. These things are some of the for State treasurer, Niyn: "l believe no prices, and hatlnsr the c tpsctty to produce more HOTEL IN THE CITY. Also i.u uti.tr, iii.n m.i, ...iik, niccu ... inn nmtii lias foolishly cieat progters will be made in uprooting little shams which and as good beef, they ill not lail to retain their W II M1LI.KU leaJlnopularratur FIrst-Qlathe liiiuor bunhicss until the internal revtolerated. Harrodsbitrjr Democrat. A Livery Stable enue tas is abolished, for m long its we RATES 52.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDI hate for sle twonne reentered To accommoda e t'. a d . ind c 'i inrreated bull cakes and one grade heiftrcalf transient patrora,'-ilct luraCjU furnished! Snow This to Your Husuiinds. Wo are working in opposition to the United ING TO ROOM?. V II MII.LKII, Commercial! raelr ad others copy this little sermon chock full of good it.inford, Ky. government our progress will be states necessarily slow." TURKISH. l RUSSI N.J1VTK I. H"1EL "Husbands love your wives." I. 31. Hsicrcss. 1. Never find fault with herbeforeoth- fakir is making a good income A sharp Li1:-- : bj-- advertising a sure method of killing' u!L a::: feed er CHiOKEN When you eend him 00 ct. 2 Per contta, lemember the counsel nil insects. STANF11III), K of the Good Uook: "Her husband shall you will receive a printed card on which Cholera Cure! nr.iise her in the gates," that ie, befoie are these words: "Get your insects to prompt treatuiuitt The fjlks. SPhCUL ATTKNIMN tn COMMElflAL ,! t may bo serioti3. Avoid smoke cig.uettcu and they willdie within ..' .iri anil drustic purgatives, tlio t'iselert Horses and mul-- s bought and sold, all tho burdens for her, even an hour. So long." o. ', :n finis hors'si.nd elu les used m liter) of which is to weaken tho . . tlii-she'll bear inoie than you in spite Tlie bi'st renieily Is Ayer's .neni foi tl No man can go in bad company w of you. purely vegetable, their J'ills. suffering tor it. The homely old WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING COa 11011 Is prompt ami their effect always 4. If you want her to bubmit to jour has it very ternely, "A man cm proverb l They aro nn admirable iu tlrlul. judgment, never ask her to Mibinit to not bite the bottom out of a fiying pan l.i. cr mid e pill, ami t your .selfishness. eiidorsetl by the profession without hintitting bin nose. Nicholas5. A woman's life is made up of little " Ajt-r'Pills are hlhly ami tinlvor-ml- lj villi Journal. stioken of by thu pcoplo about thiniM. Make her life happy by little ' Ayer's Sarsaparilla. THE MYERS HOUSE - -- I, monstrosity lias been born to Mrs. Cotu;e Rent from June to Jul) i.pcr week ,t 50 Jones of Frankfort, Iud., which consists Hoard per n eel. after July 00 of a single, continuous body on each Cottage Kent perj ctl alter (ul) 350 jij Fourth Avenue, 50 end of which is a well formed head. It Singte Meal cared for, per vuvk Horses well 300 LouiNvlllc. - is provided with four arms and four legs Kryi)oJy ti tjr.lully lniitJ t , l.lt tit eirly which are nUo well formed audnbouttho in the m.hdii ij jet KiKint.we uf the irduced normal size and shape. The anus are rate Keipectfuliy. A I. SI'UONAMOKK, P O AJJresi, Sunfird, K. located at the proper place, and 0:1 natuMT. VERNON, KY. N N. A M V Co - I) ral shoulders, one pair at each end of the Hjtel Is still maintain Only one Night This old anJ ! STOTLS1T out to New York. long body, but the lower limbs protrude ing ut fine reputation, Charges reasonable. SpeSolid Vrstibulrd Trains to outward from each side at the middle of On SunJiy nnihl, leimb-- j.th, in the town cial attention to the traveling public 11W S(arttd. K . III. A I. K. IIOKSF. M. P NEWCOMU. Prop., the elongated being. The two heads htuit nli;h s yit old, Kith hind feel nlwutsmall li Philadelphia, Ml Vernon, Ky. Washington, f.rchriJuniitnipannos cutlet Jj.tt way and the legs ure o at face the saute crv heiv), his tail, which little ini sldiil He Baltimore Now York, r biiZy, comparatively tached as to extend Ut right angles from a hitched to a new, with blue cloth lining iteidei the Sttte Virginia Springs by day. PaisiPK all the Famou the middle of the sidts .,f the body. reward cfJso, I will live $15 for the recovery of and H. M'ROBEUTS, M. D., lightShore arriving at Old Point Comfort and the the horse, bufc'uy and thief the nest alternoon Set JAS C UK! I). There is only one umbilicus, that being 97 Stanford, Ky. lime Card in effect May is. ill.) STANFORD. KY on the anterior nut face and middle of the body, showing th.it the entire form Otnceon Lancaster Street. oppotiuCoari-Houi- e rs.t.Msil r attVet Oil sell has been nourished through one and the EASTWARD Having removed to this place from Liberty, to Daily Esprets Aceom K K Sun practice his profession, calls the attention ol the Dally Sun period of Mine cord during the entire pun lie to the fact that he U be ready at all hours ROWLAND, KV, J ir m is )l n n dsr or nlht to answer calls in town or country. Le Stanford embryonic life. The sex of the curiously ' etinglen am 6 II J 40 Thirty years ofhls lite were spent in Stanford and DeVer In " Winchester.. M.., 11 ) am 7 40 pn 6 o pro .... pm 41 constructed beim.' is female. The entire put he deems it unnecessary to speak ot hit ability at K. V JunciMn. 6 J7 pm oj pn. Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps physician and surgeon A share of the patron " Ml Sterling length of the body from head to head pm r jTpm 7 topm age of the people ol Stanford and vicinit) isasktd " Slepttone ......, t o) pin 6 pm 7 oy mm. id about tWO feet, aud the weight Of the Uooti, Sht, Clothinj, Hardware. Queens. " Morehead , to pm j or pm 8 pm 9 30 an and a ' rw..iuimiurt Olive Hill ... . 10 40 am creature is about 12 pounds, inures " Ashland 6 O) m " Calleltsburg. which show ample sue and wdjjlit for Qoneral Lino o 11 pm li CrOCOrloS, rt " Huntlnjton . Up to the present f pm J JS am two healthy children. Arr White Sulphur This notice forewarns huntrrt, rithermeii and Fanes Candies, Canned l.oooi, .c Charlottsulle. 10 jo in writing the babe or babes is or are enjoy- - All kinds ari'roduc taken m echinge for goods. others not to trvtpatt on our lands without per. '' Wa.hinlon . . missUn, atallsuih illbe proMKutei to the lull. Jl m " Ilalilin.re . ing good health, and the mother is doing 1 SO pm est ettent ol the law sned Philadelphia. 0 15 pre very well. OKO I) HOPPF.R, T J HILL, " New York 9 to pin ' Richmond, Va. J M McROIIEItTSJR. M S IIAUOHMAN, a JJ pm K HKUCK KOIIT McAl.lbTKK. " OldPeintComfarl J. A regiment of Texas cavalry w.i halt j ja pm S II UAUGIIMAN. S H SHAVKS. " Norfolk 0 15 pm We have purthase Woilen and MRS HEKKVllAUOHMAN, A M FFI.AND ed duriii,' the war in frout of a hotel at Grist Mill and titled it the Stmfirdand with n K.T PENCE, JOHN W HOLMES, --li. Rome, Oa , and the men were sitting in mnchlncr) tnd nlll begin on V C. PARItlsll. A J IIAVDKN, D V. HOLMLS all kiuds of easy positions on their TexReturning Fast Mall arrives Letmgton Saturday, May 18th, 1889, it at nexn. daily itcept Sundav When the uegro Waiter, as ponies. AcomnuMlatiiiu arrises Lcaiiigtonl o amdails HULL, To do cuttom grinding int carding Our Mr etcept Sundt), cime to announce diuuer with tho gong, Howell lias ha oter o ear' experience at the Ltnited and he 'u icqulred Leilncturt tliariiujli knowl- 47 p m AVayne ! daily, rhisVritibulcd arrises frem end Uendand seeing a good opportunity for fuu, right- - bunuett 04tatrie brancncs In i addition there ill train is ve.tibuM ettgeol runs solid te New York V tllitlkine tllllt Ueltiier us Uleil or ponies Ufansper. ta assist him in csrdiliB No j'lS II F. II I! (te for tKkeit and Irifamtaimn wriirnr trplr 10 pnceuid 11 ever a Chinese gong, 1.,, gave, trial. ittcni(hel market hcwfLl fur 200 co P v.hitcorn Will be permitted to terte a few cm. at my . b c .s ..,,.,.v,'JA'v'v.'lAAg,,, o ii.i.itir.fi., t rat rass abi. si fir.l Ky on Lancaster pike .uhurbs of Stanford, at it several thundering bangs, Mlien, itJi I I. Throo Dollars by tbo rieiinon, and a fwad-of J D VAKRINGMUKI'IIV.nen'l P.,. Ant ION ,d V P Lesln,tonK scampered, throwone bound the ponies jo cents to Mut llfti, the groom, pajsWW In tance, ith the pnt ilegc at breeding till the cow Q-ing mo-.- t of them on the ground. .VT'T-TTith calf I rne to be This young bull is not only of ihe sery best ereat was tueir unuer wtien tue uoie bicedmi; but It inditiduall) a sery superior aniLOITISVILLB, KENTUCKY. was explained that the negro IvtJtoJiidc mal etery particular He vtillnotisil to pro duce milk cows of tne hi;het ettcllence llolh prevent their killing him. to his nedigrrc and hit indisiduality guarantee this A 1 o July per eek $i oo Kver atttmtted between the great commercial Cltiet on the Ohi' Kiver and ChicaKO, and hence the fattest time and mint comfortable trains be. Pennsylvania Insurance Co. tweenall points in the South, or to the West and Northwctt, thli train on all I.ichtning clauses Attached and damages paid trunk lines it The counterpart of Limited Ksprett. denominated Flic whether tire en. uei or not. The superb rolliaii ttoik we employ glees patrons II 11KUCE, Ai;ent. OKO 17 Unlimited Comfort all Coupon Ticket Officet in the Souttt ou it find our time tables and ticket t. Say gel Monon ami stick in Monon, II ou want to 111 e money and have a pleasant Journey. K O. McCUKMlCK, (itneral l'asienter Agent, Chicago, City Ticket Agents and Ofh-- . I. M. IkCKMH, JJ; illi Ase Louisville. Ky E A ToetiNCK. uj Vine st , Cincinnati Ohio ! Furniture, Stores, apply to the old Mer- THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Fire r-- Mo-no- n, WALLA6E, Man's Outfitter 1 Kentucky. HOTEL. Old a6-l- f NEWCOMB wetl-kna- Ky. Route F- ! r t- -. 11 . 11 .iJe-tu- 0. I I 1 oj-- . of POSTED. 4 j . NOTICE. I I . . lint-cla- ss HOjLTKIN-KRKIsIA- N Cnptnin Aajlo 111 4 1 11 1. i 1 tta-b- - . T LT ITOUSF 111 Kentucky Central R.R. . am Hol.Uia-l'ri,ia- it Xool and milliard ss c "HXaflS CIHAAS UOL'TJC." QUICKEST m THE SHORTEST AND , RCUTE Itolttein-Krei-s- CENTRAL KENTUCKY to all Points H-t- m ' iff AHTEE' 11 Ul Constipation lti-iii- m sk, - KAST LINE & UETWHEN LEXINGTON CINCINNATI. SCIIKUl'LK IN IJKKKCT MAV I re-- i. i8Ja J K No 6 Sun. j No7. Souih-llnund .Vo 4, Bi-a- r K ti-- 1 first-fla- ts Sun 10 I),ij lib-o- 1m ' I Aftir-ilimio- r every-ttlict- -' ! ' s mmst 'llTasr- Arr I.esiiigtnii Lse Paris Arr Winchester Arr ItichmiHul Air Lancaster. Arr htanfurd. Arr llerea. ... Arr Lexington. Lse Cincinnati Lse Covington Lse Falmouth.. Arr Pant . . . 1 1 o a 41 a m g 1; p 11 10 a m 10 p am am nt loi ij 00 p m, 11 oJpra S 3$ pm. 45 P m ii 11 1 01 p m 11 iioc . fourtisie. in your pay. I Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Choi era. It is more fatal to chickens than all wther diseases combined. But the discovery ol a retneay mat positive! cures it has been made, and to be cori vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial, a. 5oents bottle is" enough foi one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using of jl bottle, the buyer is not thoroughlj satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undeisigned and your money will be refunded. two-third- will tell you. Uno of the richest eamo heie without a shiit to his and now be has got millions." lions! How many does he put on correr-ponden- The best salve iu the world for cuts, bruisei, sores ulcert, salt rlieuin, fet er cres, eerier, cliap-pe- d hands, chllblaitit, corns and all skin erup"Little boy, do you understand w hat tions and potuivel) cures piles, or no pay requiris meant bv energy and enterprise?" ed It it guannteed to Kite iirfect satifacliou, per boa. Pricu 25 or money refunded "Xo, Mr, I d'on't think I do." "Well, I For tale by A R Penn. SUtiford,ttrui Ky 0. Love is wife's wages. Don't scrimp Herald of Health. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. 1 innku ilnily ttso of them in my practice." Dr. I. K. Fowler, Bridgeport, t'oun. " I iwi rccomtnend Ayer's Pills above all otliur.s, having long proved their valtm as a cnth.irtlo for inynelf and faull. '" J T. Hens, Lelthsvlllo, Pa " For Mcral years Ayer's Pills havo been used iu uiy family. XTo And them lirit1. if " i t uWrniTrSSmmi - - .a. sw mr4.. ii.t.. AZ2'f t VjXI lse Richmond . p ni p tn p TO1 a jo p rn m s$ I m P '", 5 to p m ia a 30 ....... 03 p i to pm p in 7 5 jo 45 to p m p m jo p m in N'olh Hound. No. 3. No nt in in 1. i v "o. $. - w s IHt Woman's Discovery. "Mil'Another wonderful tllscot ery hat been made at u and that too by n lady in this county Disease fastened its clutches upon h.r and for teienjoirs time?" she withstood its icverett tests, but her 1Ul0r t asks what wo mean B.tnt were underminid arid death svetned imrnt-n- e A in l'or tlit,ie months thu couched incratamly whiih he can und could net tteep. She bought oi ut a bottle of' by the teim "anngoi-ity,find iu no dictionarj'. We reply that an- - Dr. King's New I)iscoscrj for consumption and' tlut agosity means a sort of triangular equil una no much rclietcden taking the first lotlle she has ihritun of the intellectual forces, Seldom "e slept nil night, and th one name It .Mrs Lubeen miraculoutlj cured. Her attainable bv the uninitiated in Mie ver ther Ltita ' Thus write W C Hanirick A Co , of disoUISltlOH. Shelbj.N C Oct a frue trial bottle ut A. It hoRltv of tihilosonhical ' ; i'limj's druRtture A " men back, uu Effective Remedy Mows Greater, Lowell, Mass. " I have used Ayer's Pills, for liver troubles nntl Indigestion, during many yearn, nnd have nhvajs found them prompt nntl elllclent in tholr action." L N. Smith, Utlca, K. Y. " E tuiffcreil from constipation which assumed mull an obstinate form that I Mired It would raiiso a stopmge of tho IiuimIh. Two boxes of Ayer's Pills effected n tompleto cure." D. llurko, S.ieo, Me. for ronstipatinn nnd indlgstlnn, and aro without thorn in the house." iier l.te Livingston Lvc llerea Arr Richmond. Lvc Stanford , I.ve Lancaster ArrRichmond. HUSTONVILL.E, KY I.IC Richmond Are still In the bushiest and ready to do anyArr Wlntheiter thing ill the Undertaking line We hate a full Arr Tarls . . Mock of Catet and Caskets of ill kinds and Kobe I.eaiugton of etery description Our which it nearly Ltc new can be obtained on ahnrt notice Mr J II Lte Pans I.ve Filniouih (reen hat charge of rur business and will show Arr Covingtan our goods 10 any one anything in our Arr Cinciiiniiti Hue J. T. STTTTOIT 10 11 & CO., 3$ 43 " . t 7 00 40 10 " J 7 40 o 4 j A-1- a u a a a p p P ., m 1111 " . ,,' j ni 111 ,.. . in '" 6 10 a in ... 7 15 a m " :: ;; 3 4 4J 3 JO 43 nei-din- g tt.tf p 111 9 ij a in 6 J5 P m 10 J5 a in, 6 P P in P m .74? oo 8 53 ,n a7nn7m m 35 p 4 3 m'1045 m1 7 7 o p m t'rn ile , For by sale McRobcrti St Stags, Stanford Jessamine Journal. ... fr IIU ! IvIImWiolA'Cream SJL tTIIIS prcparation.without TjlTTfir-lvTnlon I' V -- '.tcuUJ,' Inn. B, tjIob, Black-Hoad- Tan. A few applications will render the most Etuhbornly red skin soft, smooth and white. Viola Cream is not a paint or .powder to cover defecti, but a remedy to cure. It ii tupcrior to all other preparation!, and 5s guaranteed to give satisfaction. At mailed for 10 cent". Prepared by urug-jjittaur Sunburn and Pirn. O. O. BITTNER & CO., TOLFDf.. (H"I, A "Why need it he? wesa, and sigh When loviii;; mothers fade, and die, And liase the little cnea whose feet They hoped togulde inpathvtayt iwe"t. It need not be iu many caret. AII about us wo. man are djing daily whose llct might, hate been opinion tlut sated It tesmt to be a when a Y,oman li tlouly fnilingaway with the discuses which grow out ot ftmala weaknesses and Irregularities that there is on help for her She is doomed to death. Hut this it not true. Or Pierce' Kaonte Prascription it ccnttantly restoring woman arHictcd with diseases of this class to hcilth and happiness It is the only medicine for tlnir anmi'iit,cJd by drugiits, under nos. tit e guarantee froa the innnufacturers of its sit intr case, or money paid for It mil snti'fctinn in be refunded. wide-spre.t- d Eupepsy. This It what you ought to have, in fict, you mutt have it to fully enjoy lif '1 lioin.nn li aro srclung fur It daily, ami inourning because they find it not Thousands upon thousands of dolthi hope lars aro spent annually b) our people that they may all litv this boon. And yet it limy t, bo had by all We guarantee that r.Uitnc if used according to directions nd the use persisted in, lll bring ou Oood l)t,uili(iii ni.J "d instill inittiul oust tlie Demrcn Dtpipsta Kupepty We comircnd I lectnc Ilitli-r- t (or Ovs. i und all dicaes of Liter. Stomucli .intl, KidiiuM. Soldtsc and (l per bottle by A U Penny't drugswre 111 l!n-ttrpc-.- " T IniMt used Ayer's Pills for tho past thirty tents and t'oiisliler tliom mi in. valuable faintly iisuiliciiii). I know of no lint t r iimedy for Iher ttoiililm, and havo always found them a prompt . Tames Ljimiu, 10 euro for tljanopiln." Middle St., Jlnrtford, Conn "Halngbemi troubled with rostlve-lies- s, Mhlih hoeilis im Mt.tblo with p,r. Mint of si ilontary luili.t, I hao tried Aj PUN, lioplti'; r relief. I ma j! 1ml to k) that tin hate servml mo belter than any othrr mr-ilirio. I arrive at this ruin lusimi only after a iHithiiil trial if their niuiits." Sauuiel T. Julius, Oak ut., lloston, 3fass. I .M34, COM I No 9. leases Paris at n B ,o . am, ,0, 'p'm'No leases Mnv.ville at j,,j a in, arr vlng it P,r i? No u eaves Majssllle at , , 7 4J.am and arrives at Paris at 4 ot, P Th" ,ral" 8 00, Mas,llea, OntheMavsMllellranch, am and No. 11, '.i'i I. dally except Sunday Xo ro 4 A IravmistAM .. . ... ltatrt ec;i"bumia' " J ""' "rUo '! " sSOs mMarVKrZVfwm - yS' I ft n W mtm MMDDM if. GKS1&M tU rS. . ' 4 :' vMll " UXLV; alia" '- - Ma :- Not 1 nnd make connections at U ,K,,",cr toi points on ihe N N A .M - Il i't.4l,Hi'AV"l1, c:;.',"""'" Lexington tS Sundas onlf joa o Jj leaves Kalmoiitli cninati6i, pmjSutula) oiily.H mtnrrlw r... Irslri Noit-- -- No jrunsilat between ton and Cine imai ISo runs Jail' i.'"s" 'ween C.nc.niuti.ind Lsxingio,,' s c- -.na?vJ,:rfcV;;osu.tv003,ni "". ji icates Cincinnati a m : arrlt... 1.S1 mouth 10 m. - V " ftV'-Jal'fcM- ,,. " 'S1 e) VorSaleat Mcltobent Stajg't, Stanford,' Ky Dr Purtsi' lMlrtf, tho original and cnlj gcuti' neLittl LiterPilt; 15c a tul;one avlose j Why Is It That people linger along always omul lining Oin bottle ef about tlut continual tired Ilegss' Blootl Puriflw and IlliKl Maktr sill reiiioit'thit loeliii.giutbein agidaspttl.tx a.id retfultte digeition. A It Pitiny, Diutfitt Ayer's Pills, I'ltKPAUKll UY J LEXINGTON KY. KSA, - 1,11. Ihroiightickcli.ind bag.-acehrrl..! "ny reach.db, a railroad. nr rnll tniliiilsi. -- .It an' fen' "I the Co. U. II. UACO.V e I Or. , C. Ayer & Co,, Lowoll, Mass. Bold by all Dealer tn Heillclne. J. XVc8k.:tib..-v.vjf- t i iy t 4 OEVIJRAL OFHCE-Chamber of Qomuierce UuiJ,s, ''"Vr Airi., UiJivZs3.'2M HeraiSa-5rs&'5- : rravelmu . ,,T "" OT fi. V II S,fML-- r Cmcluna.i, O. .4MS(JJ. u ' tytir,, 1 4 A viv &!&&Kit M sJK ajTVfiU