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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889070901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, JULY 9, d889. NO. 43 FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. f VOL. XVII. Score Two Moro For the I. Js. ie cot of If there ever wan u m.-- ami boyH after a defeat at lms. bill. Somerset certainly h:i.M the riuht to hoist f mioh. Hiivlnir defeated, perhaps, .a nine from Norwood, or xoine of I'uhnUiN other towiiB of similar .liinenMuiis the VVadtlle JlroV. Nine litiiate.l, l.K)!i'l and pleaded for a chance to wipe the In rKitiot: Jocu. . 1. 1! ...i.... !.,... OIU HI J Ker. John A. Uogle is dead ! It is with peculiar sadness tliat wo write these thin olliee. tueky Piitiict the foIluin resolution KiKht or IOsowh mid pliM for wile, words. Fifteen years ago. when the wri were adopted ter cniue to this county, one of the first V. 15. Myers, Danville. ' Whkhk.i.i, Hon. T. s HroiiHtoii'H term John Hill hoM to Spencer Hubble a men to tender timely and valued assist- as Collector of thin dhtriet ban thin day auce in his undertaking was the kind couple of mule colts for $140. expired, theiefore he it tcnolved: William Vouiik bought of John old gentleman who Friday night receiv1st. That ho he tendered the eotijjratii- d ed the summons to come latimiH of hiHollice force and alt hm nub- - Cash u couple of yoke of oxen at $70 up higher. Tim kindness began at the t'Amini", NAIJI uriiliutU'H in oHi.e. in tlie Stti Collt'ctor'H ami tS7. wan the crack nine in the-- e put.. The DiHtrii't, for theelllrieiit imiiineriii wliieh j). x, l'euitt hold to a Boylecounty tlrst acquaintance continued until the1 , of UXn conducted the intricate uHair.H I. Jh., compoeil of huine v'.'iitleiiieii, cuttle day of his death and neither the writer paiiy 10 head of '' and who plav for pleaMJter.ithertlianmoiiey, thin diMiict. never foryettun: for a nor the paper ever liad a warmer, truer at -'j cts. itli.uit uoin.'. mil wUliui:: toinentthe duticH of his olilee ami the William Ilobinsoii. of liuirard coun- - friend. Associated witli him all the ; ureal repoiiHiuiuiv lie liati iiHMitneu Ioho the time or m ike the Inn; ...i lire-- 1 twnn th, VmUj time, for some of it very intimately, we' a liovvtammtm ., i.lut n ,jm the dLtillers of thin ty, bought of John Ilright combined learned to love him for his bignefis of Home trip to Someiset. not nieiitloiilnii tllly for r.0. the Ion lay owr at .luueiinii City, district had alwayM an unprejudiced and Catron & Co., of Tulaski, bought of heart and broadness of brain, and for any tieyHiice, real or heaiinu Thov llnallv consciite.l, however, believ- which they claimed to have Itobert Laud a couple of buggy mares tit we grieve to think that we shall no more niaKin.irv, liiK thoy would add two more to ii.ipi clasp his hand and receive the kindly t niteii hflUeH ,;0Vlrm..ent, HO and JIM. ilo a irood deed by t,(.ir papers and ntes nlvwivn receiving listof winninc and The Advocate savs W. l Giveua word of encouragement and praise he taking down a hutlon hole or two, the special attention before rendering jihIk- - compromised with the L. it N. at $70 per nearlv always had for us. Kndowed nat- nient on same. of them-Kontlemen. , whose , opinion ,.,.. ...... X I hat we tender him our cincere head for the l'J mules killed by its train. u rally with a bright mind, it hud been . . ..,. ,, fives a piayers mm Kn for tlU k1(,,ew mmi0lit. The live injured were not considered in thoroughly cultivated and with his keen, the exalted. They went, they played, ,.,i the Interest hu has taken in our1 the compromise. Irish wit, lie was a most entertaining' they conquered. Hut, dear reader, thin welf.ne as Mubordluatu oH'ioom during hi.s Kd Jones' mine, Lady Jones, won the conversationalist, as ho was preacher of doen not tell the whole htory, and iiijun. term of otlice as Collector. high order of talent. I That Hon. A. It. Ihirnam, the in- - Vfurlong race at Lexington Thursday in a very tlco would be.ione tile expert .ii.i ,b..." W1,K Cottwior, lias our best w'Hhes 1.00L There were six startars. This is Horn in Mason county, Ky., a few In the tlrwt Ior bin Kiim'Miiri Collector and we think if we were to Mop here. her maiden victory and of course her weeks after tlie arrival of his parents place they claimed, even before the game him eminently fitted for the position, from Ireland, in 1S10, he barely missed owner is very proud of her. That a copy of these resolutions be had begun, that we had put in profen- - ' S. A. I'minel has the bra:.' tobacco Weingan Irishman himself, as he used to sent to the Intkiiimh Jom.v.w. for publi- HionalH, their grounds for such an iuumt- )( nf Kimu ,)e' wM crop of the neighborhood. It was set say when asked about his early history. (.at)li P tion being tlio ronetiibluiue w)iut of to tlu Hon. T. S. Hronstou and Hon. A. out early in May and a considerable por- He n'.teiided college nt Oxford, O., and our men bore to adepts they had either Hiiruam. previous to entering Centre College In tion of it cm now1e topped to 10 or l'J seen or heard of. This absurdity was 1 J. A. t. Williamson, 1810, served as clerk in a stole in New leaves. Hart County News, July II. II. J. MCWM)., finally frowned down by the more liberProctor Knott has at last won a race. Albany, Ind., for two years. He graduJ. M. Cook. al and courteous members and the game ; Com. II. C. Totts, He took the .Sheridan Stakes from Spo- ated with tlie highest lienors of his class were the proceeded. Itlco ami Wilwn W. COHAI!, J. kane at Chicago in great shape. The in 1S4!1 and after teaching a year in the: WaM.KK IlK.N.NKTr, His.. I.J. battery and it was a real sin to see distance was U miles; which seems to preparatory department of the same colW. II. SiAi.iiiiwKii, Dis., o much labor lost in trying to bat llice, gradua-- 1 lege, he went to Princeton ami be the extent of the gelding's capacity. who made them wiw the air till their July 1, 'S'l. I have several black Berkshire shoats ted in the Theological Seminary in 1847. , sides were sore. Wilson, who always r I for sale His llrst pastoral charge was the litis-..w... W..1I i.mI.i him beaiitifullv till tliv A Statement From the Manaijer of the In males and females, which oiler l'"V" as breeders. They will weigli about GO tonville Presbyterian church, which lie terlor Journals. eighth inning when he hurt a linger, j pounds now, lire thoroughbred and nre served for -- 7 years, when he retired from To the KJilnr Interior Journal ) when he was changed to centre Held and My attention was called to an article as handsome as anybody's. J. Main. " the active ministry. He was twice mar- Mackln, our other champion catcher. in the Somerset Itcptihlican in regard to A lieorgia farmer prevents his cowh ried, llrst to Miss Nannie Cowan, n sister put in his place. All of the boys did no- - j the games of base ball played in that city from jumping a fence by cuttingoll'tUeir of Mrs. Ueorge O. Barnes, who lived but' bly ami won for themselves another vie-- on the 4th of July between the I. Js. ami lower eyelashes, making them think the little over a year, leaving a son, Dr. J no. tory by a score of 10 to 0. the Somersets. The writer evidently fence is three times as high as it really C. Ik)gle, now a physician of high standThe evening game licg.in at it o'clock w:ls not poted as to the make-uof his is. If you cut the upper lashes n reverse ing at Danville. His second wife, Miss when the Somerset people tlocked to the club He forgot about his catcher and illusion will result, he says. Cloe Masterson, to whom he was united grounds to bet their tin and yell man-- 1 third baseman. We are sorry that any in 1851, and bhe with live children sur-- , counThe tlrst sale nf wheat in the fully for their pets, believing a redemp- - unkind feeling was engendered. Wo play ty heard of was a crop of 0,000 bushels vive him Mrs. Lucy Hays, W. M. Bo-- j Glasstion and victory lay waiting for them. hall for the amusement it ail'onls and sold by Hon. John I. Hanis to Mr. W. gle mid Misses Belle, Kate and Lizzie unnecessary, not to Another liberal and have not piid a dollar for h hired player N. Potts of tho Stanford Holler Mills, at Bogle. Mrs. Hays, who lives in Kansas, say foolish, amount of kicking was done this season, although the Republican 7o cents. A lot of '1 fat hogs, averaging owing to the suddenness of the death 'Tobacco. because Ilowman, who had played short-- , charges that our nine was composed of :II pouinN, were sold at auction at Ic. could not arrive in time to pay the last box, stop in the morning, was put in the mournful tribute, but the son, who lives professionals from Cincinnati, Louisville Itichmond Register. not that he was a better pitcher, but ami Ia'Imihmi. Aflto the pornon1! of tin began in Clarksville, Tenn., arrived on the day Shipment of Irish potatoes KigUt here the afsimply to rest Hice. 1. Jh., Tom Rice, pitcher: Leslie WiNon. thin week at price ranuiu from 51.40 to of the burial, which occurred Sunday Main and Somerset Streets. P. home club left the grounds, saying thev .,.. I. irr.il timl l ri.l IIIflMV WlM't ternoon, after a sermon at the residence Vttturf i ir..k .itnr i iii.k Itti.it if the pitcher would declare the gauieoir E in-- ! Wiu. Slmnks, ItolhTt Duvliou. that figure. Wednesday they by Uev. Mr. Bruce. Tne Masons, of wa-changed, so exceedingly absimt that . )rv art nJ w lh ,,,, vw o( M, at fuH , s,t ami I10W thoy are ,xwtl. which fraternity Mr. Bogle hud for yeais ,.x.ptiou ,. . , took a r , , ol.l negro ma-co- ts , even tlie two .lt,,i lllis is .....t is being reached the highest order, took charge llt ,M1 w ith them. , , b. ,. vj the Stanford boys had taken of the body ,uid the local lodge augment ( v f(jf tat(K,a 0Il hoar(l OI rar8. n TJ! tnUvr lwo . . . I from Harrodsburg, Dan bv niemla-rhu at... L'.u.i.ihul K.kfu dlnilllil nllon allll ca Iiar,iIv Ihj vXaWfA lls vmA tittllatln. Tenn., paper, '"V" niikkvmi !.... . .1 and oth. nml up nit liasu bull or quit theliuslncKi. ville, Stanford, McKinney, u Pii . tij . .iiik tliev were growing iieevisli ana.triillifiil v? , tlilnl; lint. :is tin- - Hiililiiiii. LANCASTER. GARRAR0 COUNTY. KKET SPECIFIC rures all blood diatet. such a. Scrofula. L leers, l'.mple.. Ulcerated Throat, er lodges, made an imposing procession In all it. slant's. Ne rui, Ac Price Si per bottle. White Stvellin?, Syphilitir ,. Ihl I fll tttt'ltltfl tlt fretful, our bov llnallv yielded to their Off, IlltfitP If to the tomb. The crowd was the largest MAVIS' IllUN HI 1 tR" u the most plcuant to take of all the Iron tonics It cure. Dy.pepsia Kxcepting liov. Mason, the sick are , t snow, ug a j..-on a sim- it eives a keen appetite, enru perthe bkod, regulate, the liter and impart, new energy to the mu.cles nnnj , , wishes, thus , , nearly ever seen in Ilustouvillo f bottle and nenous, system Price $i all improving. ...1.1. ..... ...tt,tt..t..,titli tiAl'LII-K''"-;- , WORM SKUI ts ma Je ot the t lilnl'iit-- or of tlie llepubliean put up his little onomousw.u.M (ireenieaf. of m. Louis, Mo., is ilar occasion and there was general and ical profeion and therefore recommeuds itelf besti. worm killer, and expellers known to trie medWill It plea.ant m take, safe and reliable. Price 7$ - mm , 1 III? Kill II Is ftUirunj deep regret expressed on every hand. wiui iuii on tho Somersets, hence his clia-- ' per bottle his mother. . .. fi .. .. 1.. .i.ti.1 .tiul mil. (JATLlrF'S MAGNKTIC PILLS for all Liter Co np'imts, Impaired Digeitlon, Sick Headache, i The immediate cause of tho death was ,1c Acts .uiatharti. l'rt. e .cut. per hoi iKiuery iiiiii i.m-Tho C. tV N. survevors completed Rru t (r ,)()V1 Wlrp ,PjKlU.,l wtll getting wet Maniif.ii turtd and tor suit- to the trad.- - b) the kicks nil me nan tn im ikmh" t.mi. it,-- their trip and believe tliat they can te-- i . last Saturday. brain fever, superinduced by their work in this county aftei severe exercise, and lie was down suited In an easy victory for tlie " Jt peat the diHo to tlie Somerset an-- Lex-- 1 The road will be built and WH tap the DRUG CO., only from Tuesday to Friday. His health a wore of 17 to 10, ilnrfiMt fItl)k il (tiir limn itf.iilit.1u7 n ... l.!.. iM v' tr.. u. hi nut ..A:.. w l ....... M..,i '" n..,l I,... I i.....,r.-.,,land thing is certain, if we should be defeated -- Un the ufternoon of tho 5th Inst, Lad been poor for several veins,, bur', while hie was for the most pait 11 to the entire satis action of both sides. yon wil hear no squealing horn the club Col. .lohn 15. Hemle.son got into an ,..lbln.K or or tlu. IstKKI01l JoniXAL? though defeat tm,lli() w ith a negro on his farm. The den to him and caused him to long to be of the unpleasant kicking was duo to h.s decisions and cheerful and ready-t,4W1 ulUin.6tniHfWr lo U8 tIllIH far this' twice, the shots at rest, he was always i,,,,,., sht the , make some witty oraiiuwing remark. can express our appreciations of liw. . thik I am retlectii.g the se.,-- 1 KiiUirin;: an,i (i,kill!. biiht ellect nearthe wa-- , sei ving couiteonst.eatment in no stronger te.n tnonuollinf(ir.llliluklll Iov,18 of tll0 ,, ,11)ni.. Nt,,lwr womi(l is serious. At the time of his death lie willing to his second tenn as superintendent of than saying we are always to.e-;T,;- t. lhut j(lst 8Uch htatemontb ,,f the narties di.ler verv urn nanus, noMiinuur i,eiUls 1U the editor of public schools, to which position lie had trust our the i:e.ublican nr,teiiallv Trial next Thurvlay. Is Receiving His elected by such a majority as did who the opponents bo. who tn.iy possibly have lo.t 50 cents on oil' .piietly been --The 4th of Julv past-eA m.t.cenblo feature was his lieai t good, for it showed the high es , tl0 .no. .,I1: U10 manly a,,rt iiitodls-- 11Uli jK,,cefullv until about U o'clock of any ment.on of the profosh catcher rnpuU. which he was held. Though T(f tMowltt. otl,r ,, rocoh.. nftorlloJn. At thnt ,101ir wminm teem in addle Bros elegn.phed for and passed threescore and ten, he labored the catch-- ' ,5o,t, llrlink, 0f rourse. got into adilllcul-securefroJn vmi'h 'home-mlen- f Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial t would have been a feeble cr J , HnniUon TJu witli all his might for the cause and did effort had he not played. s.n.- -l drop yon this little note forlIltfr WJ knocked down ami pounded much to improve and exalt the characA C SINK ' wl,lt'.:iw"1s H,M,kei1 'Jf, 'nu' J.N MENU FEE. to ask ypu if you won't favor me with a rt ttlt.. Hamilton's friends pulled him ter of teaching and teachers in this coun1 he boys were no doubt tomate.ialue. n chlb ,0 ro,t of ollof lktiti i,ut llfUtr thu latter recovered ty. A ripe scholar and a tlioiough stuyour . ,. u... .u overtx.-rHM.authe season on reasonable terms. H you i,is fwt there was a sort of moving light dent of his subjects, liii sermons were althe light fantastic will favor me will you plea.--o answer in for omL. o,) or HO yards, Willie never get- - ways very superior productions, and but Dealers In .... Ill ..!.... tt... .. -- " ti t..t. for a rather faulty delivery, lie would I lie Minium i.ms. ... in .ireof Mis. Kel av. enr.Si.r iil. and 1 ne .:.... :..'.. i;..i. it.... n,,llv .!!,,. ,,f in a few weeks, tiod grant our d.ire gtK,otHi u,xjnKt0Ili Mu, al.,o your (0WIl hl. oft WOul.l have" painted red, have nmked with the niont noted pulpit oiatorsof his day. A kindlier, better that a few of their kickcis will ne leu at tumj8 Hoping to receive ti favorable! shook the dust from his feet with nieiidable .eal and an unconquerable, do- - beau never beat in human breast than loiilv I remain 'von n. W W Lowi-- " ' teiniination, and departed with Spokano the one now stilled forever, and having ! A3STD The .Somerset hoys have handsome l'.,wr,w ",B "um"' ,,,,w " ,,,n fought tlie good light, finished the course -- A train on the ( tV O. railroad was l uniforms and play fairly good ball, but Scroll Work, Mouldings, KiiHreu. i -- w.i..t,i k n iuii.i.t .. n... w VIWM If t lfll1lll,(' li( we again assert that the Intkihoii Joru-NKtand kept the faith, there is laid up for , 'Two person-- were killed, Knginier Geo Ducklcn's Arnica Salve. him a crown of righteousiiem, which the are no chumps by along shot. The bet .site in the world for cut., brui.e., Lord, the righteous Judge, shall give. Wasli and Tyler, ilreman, and a number Gedar and Locust Posts. .ore., ulcer., alt rheum, fever ore,tetter,chap. Across the Mountains to the Sea. wounded. The money loss is S2.",000. Lumber Yard. We will ctr a lull totk of ecrj thing found in a hrt-cla- s erup- May all'lie loved on eaitli receive alike ped hand., chlll'lain., torn and all .ttin A C SINE, Ilii.ineis Matnger A special excursion from Lexington to Charles Kggers committed suicide at tion, and iio.uivrly fures piles, or no pay requir- reward and join him at last to sing tor-evOld Point C'omfoit, Vu., will be given St. Louis, after writing this note to his ed. It to git.' perfect .atufaction, the praises of the gieat Redeemer.! under the auspices of tho ladies of tho wife; 'Murv In order that all recollec- - or money retunded. l'ricc 5 cent, per box. O. DAVIS, M. Len 11. Tavlor died at Ilttbtouville be Cliristian church at Lexington at tho tion of inn tnav and uined out. have niv For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. Kv m Friday iilP'lit of blniklvr Double, aftvr an PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Is a Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Anneals. cremated scatter the aihes to A bodv for the lound-trip- . subject to the at tion of the Democratic party. low rate of Worth Knowing. the "winds. Charles." illiu'ssof a tow .liiyp. Ho was it iirotnor J.ICC.I0l! AllgUil, Ibi will leave Lexington via the special train MT. V1CWXON, IvV. Mr. V. H. .Morgan, merchant, Lake Cit, Kla.. of Mr. ami was on a .Iin' H. Taylor Don't Fool 'tt a. taken wall a .etere Cold, attended with a Old Kentucky Route, X. X. & M. V. Co. viiit tohiin whi'ii bin .loath occurri'il. Office next door to Whitehead's Drug "Store. away prcciout tunc anil money and trille uith your, Cough and running into Con.umption HOUSE, K. D... I uly IS, at 11:110 v m., arriving at Special attention liven to disea.e. of children lie. iltli experimenting with uncertain medicine., He tried mmy o called popular Mr. Tavlor was in bis k2M year; was fin j;7-t- f. 0 p. m. next wiling. This tthi-- Dr. Pierce'. Coldeu Medictil Plicotcry i o it. tirtt itagci. Old l'ointat LIBERTY, KY., clover and coiiirli remedies and steadily Rrew worse. Was oxcefilinnly excursion oilers a diversity of scenic iMiHititcl) icrUin in il curatite action at to rcducedintle.il, had di.ncnlty in hreathinK and V0H,, ,nnu nml l,i8 W'.oil of fril'IltliJ at F. W. WARRINNER.PROP'R. HARRY A. EVANS, it. m.innCictureri in gu.irantecinK it to cure M1.,.....!... beauties not excelled by any other route, liradfordfivillOjbisbonio, .'.West Virgin- tlivcueiof the blood, tkin and ncalp, and all tcrof-ulo- I)lscoery for Consumption and found immediate llii.stonvill.'aiid I passing through Kentucky, CHEMIST, ninehave leasedthe abote inHotel and intend e ANALYTICAL His urmone) paid or It "III kc re- relief, and ufter uin about a hilf doicn bottle, are nahuul at bi uiitiiiiuly (ioalb. It in first-- , lass style fvery particular canyons of Xmv Hiver, funded ia, through the j m culatteui ion to commercial men. found himself well and has had no return of the roinaliis weio taken to Danville on Sun-- 1 STANFORD, KY across tlie Alleghany and Blue Hidgo . . $jon Reward otfi red f.r an incurable cue of tltr.ise. No other remedy can show so grand a tlav llltl.I.l, for interment and a laijw Ne Surveying in Mountains to tlie city of Kicliinomi, Catarrh by Ilia proprietor, of Dr. Sage' Remedy. record of cure. a. Or. Kim'. to no just C. A. BENEDICT & CD., .... v. j Enffineennfr and nai uuiuwi'i nui-.iwi.iConsumption. (liliranteen thenco down the peninsula for 7.1 miles 50 tt. ,by drugKKt. claimed lor It Trial bottle free at A. R. ' enn rt" uiui40us. Iniil iiwitv foiovi'f. Well Drillers & Pump Adjustors, ,, V... .i., DnufSlor.' ., l.rsil...r ... through localities made historic during f tou uunnm noro ,ll, Vll.ilivo Stanford, ky. . Electrio Bitters. tbolao war, to Old Point Comfort and.! At till, .,season of the year to be without a giJ re, Mr. M. N. Deanw and an initio of ZJi OH, will Do Kooa , ., Monroe. Forlrt-n.TI.U rcmcyilcc..minowcn known nu.u the , ,lk...l at tb tWol.' wile. . . . tilllO colic, diarrhwa and all Inflammation of the .torn popular as to nerii nu siiiui.ii uviinud ll wnu Wells drilled to order and Pump, furnished at 011 SIH'olal train and to rotliril llliy lu.... My New House on main St., factory prices. ,'. 30 t.l.l., IK .Iuym from ach and loelsuic excecd.nalv dmiitvrout If not ' h..ve u.od ltlcctric Hitters ulnir the mesongofllatter'H IIOIIIO satunlay. "L ' 1111(1 I1J "J ,n i, Mllloror fl'OIll 1 llUliniatlSUI, Wlliull' c.anfnrd. Kv For terms apply to Mr W. II. A m.rcr medicine dixis not exist and It is flim tv,itl. uf Haw.' Ilr. ...,!... . ,,f the' date Of fctlle. '..runtecd to do all. that ts claimed hruea I.aUam willdo more R..d in ! hid death. His aB0 Mlbj ' nilHUy IJ. w me ..ner " ' cure " kind llliuiu nu oi m' at" a verv mw raio, amee tn.uiAany oilier Uru-ts- ton cartn. we Riiar- - Hitters willremove an msmiseiIloll., Salt Rheum and- jijiotlt 70 Vtlirr). l'lmplos, K. I'Miiny, it. With neys, will l.Ujhtor of Mr. and MlS. n Potomao Hiver tho ... jj , Jloor(. ,ij,.,l Satlllilay. other affections caused ny impure moou l rate.s Imvn boon Pooiirou at IsTT and . , Wliy .irlvn Miliaria from the ssstem and prevent as & l have secured the services ot a competent tho famous Hyueia Hotel at Old .Point. Tl. .... ,la .. .n11 Mllllrllll I or a euro o. t'VtTH. B..ti,r .tt.s. lift ..Anihlilnm.. (ui(l llhk.,Cl.H ar ,))0 Vnlimlilo IQ .Maker and ui prrpared to do any and all , ,.nku ivlmn Cniit.n'a Uindsnf rpalrin , Carnafe., At Manufacturers of Fine Saddles and Harness, in to v IIHJ o.munn Vir hifiitnuvtioil- about tlt.it continual tirotl licluic! Oiih tottlc of n..n.l irhr.CnnttIn.Ulon an J InJIiri stion try iiiec- -. , ., , . ..v... style anu lint. knon n to tne traue. Kace iU? Trill III ii.,. n innii personal su. Work entrusted to n' will have VuriOn and Wood Mater will specialty. nitteni I'.ntlre satisfaction K(,uranted or uikyi) J w u fcllMa,Ml Ullrnlllt. pervt.lon All work suaranteed. myPrices reason, "nJ oTrotting Kquiprnvntt a Lbxiniiium, r.v. Barilfy, I'llteillx Hotel, IK'S' iinlltilU W... CMp.,iiiIi.ii Hnti'l. or S. tlri-l- reiuowilili li'dliu.eno lli.mi r. iJfi.eliti) ..,-- .. r,.fr.ikd l'ricc oc and 3l per botue , . . r. ,.....'.. .it M, DAUUHlRIl, 5Ua.t Slain Street, lf .. l..,,, able. ' "! roulute diEetiun. A. K I'euny. l)ru;KUt A It l'n.i' Jruit store A.lboniberlr, T. 1. A., Lexington. CompllmentlriQ Collector Bronston. At a meeting of tepresuntatives of the foice of the hth Ken- Internal DEATH'S j DOINGS. -- Four yoke of oxen for pale. Apply at ' SUMMER GOODS cS j.T" long-desire- """" ' '- T. R. WALTON'S. to-da- y mM i, ti((1 ,: , ,. White Mountain Cream Freezers. Extracts for Ice Cream, $x. MAS0N'S;,WIK,E-T0- j B, ,, j. FRUIT JARS Sealing Wax and Jar Gams. . I . Scythes, Snaths and Whet Stones. ' 1 Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Regular stock embraces j p j j Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, ware, Queensware, Confections, Cigars, T. H. WALTON, 1 1 1 J. Burton, Cleric. s ten-yea- . (u ... Jc ,.. """ 1 it s The Great Remedies! di-e1 ln-- ' ',.., ... 1 u...... ...... .... i - WILLIAMSBURG Williamsburg, Ky. ,"","" l- -llll. i m-gi- . .,., ty MERCHANTTAILOR SUMMER I ."i ! . SPRING AND GOODS:1 ...... . ,,,, 'liau ' milt, SINE Sl SiEft3EFEE, DOOHS Lallis, Shingles, Etc., Brackets and ,- -y l. E0UGH AFD DRESSKD LUMBER, coin-hom- e, ' CSASH, BLIBTDS J. WW"1 PATENT WIEE A1TD SLAT FE1TCE, er F. Ilrinkley i'. j 111 THE NAPIER tar-ru- nt i - .." run-Sp- iilliit-tion- .... 88-- '" . t..it,u...i,n.u. V.n I i r.t.... ii:iii, Ik-kuI- cra,. ... ,v, - SAX.E.3 A'n,I,f;i,7."'"""1" ' Pric jnft II. WILSON, HiK-i-to- STOTZCEl 'lu.-gte- I ... l,.f Car-ru- a THOMPSON 11 BOYD, - loJ mm -- - ric ...... I A il ,SI B"s ,!i 1 IV in 1 m k II' M. V i a' ft. r m SR r fFF - ?' The Race For the Legislature. The prUe fight Itctwccn Sullivaii and! One issue between Mcsts. Warien - G3jEv.E!-;- U' morning, at a KUrain, set for yesterday !nii miles o"f Sew Orleans, and Montgomery seems now too clear .ii., maintains that Mix cieated even more excitement than for dilute. The ratter Stanford, Kym July U. ,aco the noted Heeiinn and b'ayres fight some if n law has once been adopted and he i o nn. n... ...... Qi.nni.ra ... - fllli-i- (i-iiiinrnvos- It. there slinll never,. under any vu vcara iiki iini- - altereil Mate ol caw or 01 punno opinion, with tlie movements of the human W. P. WALTON. law; in mul who were to beat eaeh other out of be any revision or repeal of that mankind and every de - plain words that a majority ought not to ail semblance to Call for Committee Meeting. tnil nf tln inpet is read with interet rule. The former holds that the people -ATof the democratic conn Tlic members v..n l.v tlms ulm rmnose tlie brutal ex- - are sovereign and that tho voice of a J ... e .1.. -- .., Hi ....! " hibition. lJets wero strong on suiiivan, miiioritv. whether right or wrong, wheth committee, are urgently iy meet at my otfice in Stanford, Saturday, who is described as the most niagnlfi er speaking wiselv or foolishly, is and July l.'tth, at 2 o'clock to consider mat- eently developed human animal on must be the law. The question of is not at all in isue except in so -- . ters of great importance to the party. earth. His powers of cnduuuico aro T. D. Kewland, Ch'n. demonstrated by the fact that lie skips far as Mr. Warren contends that it 7 nines mIuuiIiI he li'ft to the 1'eonle concerned, a rope a thousand Madison Col'Sty usually aks for nil .i ,i. MhUi) Mr. Montgomery is of the opinion r. in t niul i?et it too. Hut at tlie sen- - he losses a L'onound ball ,n minutes that it should be lelttoliim. I hat this ntorial Convention nt Jit. Vernon she without stopping. Kilrain is the moie is a clear-cu- t and nlnolntclv fair stateWe to was as modest as a maid of 10 and asked gentlemanly of the two and relies as ment of their respective positions has for nothing, but pot there all the same much on generalship as he does on mns-el- been dcinoiistiated botli in these colin good shape. The district is composed The brutish character of Sullivan umns and by their own utterances on who of the counties of Madison, Kstill and .. .1 .1 11" l...1i.n l.iiviil.r l till. is shown in the following choice out- - the stump, and so eleaily that he it in ...... ..k liOCKCaSIM" KUrain doubt", disputes or misrepresents burst, when ho was told that nnshlnn for three war either by demo said he was sure to whip him: "That the future, proclaims himself to be de..... . . .. .. crat or republican, said totheotlierconn sun wiim me:. tmnv. iin wmi i twiu ficient either in candor or in intelliBoots, Shoes, ... ., Goods; Cups, To , , , , m tics that thev mu-- t "''iteme nomination , ' . , . gence. e c., Estill put up a man and so . Hut there are other issues involved of l kil ' "ill TlJckowtle, tl. lnlfT In tho person P'ft enged me when 1 had a broken which the people should not lose sight. Madison refused J ut Ml-- d. o Mr. Montgomery is not an independent He challenged .n again when voL between them, but assured both to candidate running for ollke upon a morhml the fever .Again, the cur flaunted hat ,o matter which was agreed upon I1,s al question. Ho belongs to a distinct ..,.. ..!.. .1 . ".v s,,,rl '" ,,,., '"yv n'"" l """ "" Iw.r MI1K WIII1II1 I'm" IIIV nuimiivi crutches. I have it in for him nnd I will and aggressive political party which has est support. There was a conference knock his d d dirty head oil" as soon a certain and publicly an then between the delegates from Estill people possessed good nounced purposes in view. He is not we get in the ring." and Itockcastle nnd after a full and fair only a member of this party, but be We Sullivan Gets There. discussion of the situation, they agreed its oflicially accredited champion, standto sloi'e, stock is Special DipAtch to Ihe Interior Journal) to withdraw their candidates and preing on its platform of principles, believI Vln ill r HtlDl'll T)frf IT fill till a m. Fight be- ing in them and pledged to carry them sent the name of Hon. A.T.Chenault, of , Lonsviu-i:JulyS, Madison, for the nomination. It was gan at 9;30 this morning and lasted till into ell'ect. There is something in this done and Mr. Chenault was made the meal-babesides the prohibition mouse. 1:10, Sullivan winning in the 72d round. nominee in less time than it take to tell May 111, 1SSS, the National Convention E. G. Looa.v. it. He accepted, the other candidates of this party, iu the Oth plank of its plat promised him a cordial acquiesced and The most heartless scoundrel that the form proclaimed: , , Btinnoi t aim me coiivenuuu iunieu "That the right of suffrage lests on no oned is Yil am M. SALINGER, Main St., mere accident of race, color, k or and that where, from any , '. . beautiful voung gir under promise from citizens renubl can i.i3i time by a good majority. '"'-- ",narrjac J,e r(.fnmnl to stand to his cause, it lias been withheldanil mentally who aie of suitable age 0 Thenom nee sail excellent man and is agreement and when tho poor thing beg- - nnd morally qualified for the exercise of eiiual," what conceivable right has the ,...,. iy , . , , fullv cmtinned for r an intelligent ballot, it should be restor- more or les educated A. to make laws p teouslv to save her from the f for the more or les uneducated II? The general assem-- . ed bv the people though the having served in the tot . niotllt.rho0llf ho the several States on such i:r-- t sole functions of government, . all men MHUOj ton, Madron witn credit to himself bl, itio.v.u. iiASis as they may ileum w ise." l.nt tiolitical narsons know, is to protect and t,0nJ; herself, nt the same time procur-Th- e This was reaUirmcd at the State Con,(0jfc0n the three natural rights of life, liberty nomina-- i ing and handing her a nickel's worth of ventional Louisville, and it is a part of republicans have at last One needn't be a college as ,11ml property. strychnine, which she took in despair. that party's faith and purpose ted a man for treasurer who will run nor even know how to read, iu graduate, Hon. I). G. Colon, of lSell, the present A doctor arrived in time to save her life we challenire theircandidate to deny. It ,.,.i..rtn nimreciate the value of these "il ,, 0n once disappeared. If he means Woman's Millrage, whether she i'i member of the legislature from that and Hale at . nml r ghts nor i "J7 years of ageand were hunted down and made to orna-i- s wants it or not; it means an educational county. He is about the best methods of preserving tin in. quite a good lawyer witlr some abili-- i inent a limb of a tree, his punishment iin.ilitiejitiiiii for the ballot. These are Untutored common sene, sharpened by ties as an orator. During tlie last session would even then be far less than his startling doctiines in this latitude. We solfdntere-d- , gives to the illiterate .is (mil luwni. heretofore, that these amil of the legislature he tried to make some crime deserves. often a keener, imlght into A- tsimilar isms aie being preached by sun- keen, and reputation as a nllibuster and succeeded matters, than is pocncd by the Mt. S.ilem Saturday Mr. Warren At, and unsexed wo these . fairly well. While clerk in one of u.e Mnn,ntl.rv ,i10 direct unes- - dry unfrocked priests learned doctrinaire. In truth, manhood . departments at Washington he wore off tion, "How; will vou vote for L- . s . sena- - men of New England, but never dream suffrage, or the right of every man, no ,,, op waM the wirey edge of the mountaineer and tor if his condition, to have an "For a prohibitionist eration however, matter what in Kentucky. now looks more like a city dude than a first, last and all the time, and if I can t voice in the legislation which i to thi'i- seem, in some small degree, to have equal Bell county warrior. Hu lias made some him, iB the only poible policy get one to vote for, will vote for the man done so, let's take a moment's look at govern and it is $30,000 out of the rise in lands it is as filling the bill." who comes nearest to in a popular government, nnd them. possible that this acquisition of filthy Hro. M. will ever in American instUu-Thoimbedded We have no idea that It is proposed in the first place by firmly lovely young ladies, Misses Emlucre had much to do with his nomina- have the privilege of casting a vote for and his party, not Mr. .Ioutomerv tion. Saufiey, of whom Stanford Snnninr v v hU answer should be . .1.. rsmv hut ... every democrat, who isAinin tint tiivlit tft ma and Helen for Wyo, . Hinm.Y coiimliinentarv resolutions, enoiiL'h to brine tllM illllv is justly proud, left yesterday IDZEUQ-G-IS..' .....7 5c J"E-V7-BIEiVUlv, Ulll. l jmj'wnv; iij.n nvi H their visit was hnlf as enjoyaofficials and die-- , has been thinking of voting for him, to adopted by the revenue more a duty than ming. for it is even prohibition to do so, them as it proed to their friends, tillers with regard to the excellent man- - his senses. The a right, and, not only that, but to impo-- o ble to dem-T- . amply repaid for the long DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, agement of the collector's otfice by Col. ' party is in asdirect opposition to the correlative duty to hold they weie T . lit republican party is upon her the in making it. S. Ilronston, appear in this issue. ocratic party as the ZiVKWMB ollice. Omitting other considerations, it jouniev M j'iRI1 FANCY ARTICLES', &0. moreover fully deserved, for and the vote for one is as bad as the are the roots of her mountain They are ought to be sufficient to say that the tione. as ranges in the earth. Where is the line Bronston has made u most capable ?r women of Kentucky don't want to vote. can know it l'hyilcuni prctcr'ptioi.i accurately compounded and courteous officer and retires with the Wi rieu t0 iniiL-.- . t1H itnifiulc hoiwHiblt If any one doubts it let him ask his wile, to be drawn? As no man it would be after all only a respect of all who have had dealings with 11 Tom Jim jjajiar, 0f Itockcasth . Judg- - mother or sister. Even if they did all, and as comparative ignorance, the him. His oftice was in capital shape for , from n!8 i(,tter miblished want to do so, it would be the unwisest question of propriety turning over to his successor, who finds in a Hichinond tuner, which looked very wish formed by their sex since Eve line could be drawn with equal THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, diliervntial calculus at the thp. nccnunts balanced to a cent nnd eve ' uiiKh like a stab and a threat nt the par-t- craved the apple. Woman, au it is, ami at "baker" or CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. school scholar may be rything easy to comprehend. wo were inclined to think lie needed in her own appiopriate sphere the If the common , d excluded, why.not exclude alsotl.e grad- Eer trough! to this market Prices lover than but he ev tranquil, the tender, the beautiful dothe lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Itc. We can shake with Bro. McCarty, of a little .bsc.pl.ne, universities and of the proact ?TQ j main of home is an enthroned and un- uates of the "w r fnJi - not mean all he said .for he no onlj w. i paired on shorlnoncc and warranted. the Jessamine Journal, on this proposiare surely even more of Hon. A. disputed queen. Heie, in this widest fessions, for there njoice quiewrcd in the noimuatioii tion: "The Journal does not they. Why not inor Senator, but promised and noblest arena of all the world, her learned men than over the defeat of prohibition in States ' T. Chenault deed, for greater simplicity, let only one cord,,, support in he canv. power is absolute, her sway resistless. the or counties where .., question comes up Win his Greek scholar or tlie the mnii-.... .i .i..,! i .i uu-- . T hernare no UK'S on Tom Jim. lles-nll- - She does not make laws, but she makes greatest chess finest ke laws for all player-mnunoil US merits. U JS Uiw inemmuu ri.ilit honest men and pure women. She does vneate of temncrance. and is for any sen Vs h"t nn iiispiuns: of us? build party platforms to regulate the the rest Bible, practical measure for the spread of 1,, it in tiisit tioHsUilv some day, nn- .1 LoorMiTASNKithas been figuring on not .. "" Dealer In .state, but she builds an altar at every uiuuii. temperance principles. But where the the annual cost of the service pension of our new (.amahe!, gra- der the guidance hearth-stonand ministers lit it, the Wocause of temperance is allied with proposed by the Ohio lepublican platwe may see all the people in i.mrui.i I cious priestess of every virtue which each other man's Bights and accompanied by ef- form and finds that it foots up From this a line spelling or parsing makes the State possible. forts to break down the democratic par 000. He therefore thinks it is too soon who shall ote, that STANFORD, KY, pedestal, wiiere she has been placed of down to determine ty, this paper is not for it." (0 propose it for a law, but as lie has common school standard be her own choice and by tlie love and loy- is if the : ; classical standard he . : . , been an advocate of the monster steal, if to be playing alty of man, the prohibition party would adopted, or the may behold our harGen. ,,L. i(J nt u loH t0 know 1()W he shall get preferred, that e:e mephitic abyss of pracoung Mr. McKee luck this season, stern reL,(.,mending it to Congress, hurl her into the dy veomanry perspiring under the CeiHiij; Pxiper, beat him for city attorney of Danville re u f tical politics nnd make of her a voter! 1eout o Kxamining ' my dear madam, catechism of an up for Suite "Window Kunounce a throne, eently and Colson did him no oulLr v' it may be, of Elders Montgomery they say, in order that you may be electtreasurer. Either Lnutlmin or Boreing ouching their understand Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is Tiik Reform preachera in this county, ed constable- or even, perchance, a justice and Italian -twill do tlie same for him in the pension and the true full and complete. We call special attention to our be a or nt least several of them, seem dipos- - of the peace. The Christian view of Iiil. of the Greek particle agency, but even then he will not construing korfi'iky. pity. He can live like a lord ed to give up their godly calling to wal- - marriage, as taught in Holy Writ, that mode of subject for orators are tond ot imThe on the $100 n month ho gets from the low in the mud nnd mire ol pontics. it is a Eacr.iuient, that man and wife are to hoineand counThe best Casket of the kind ever invented. government for being deaf and snap his Well, there is no accounting for tastes, one, that the wife shall bo subject to her passioned apostrophes allirin that no deliberately We who but we nro glad to observe thnt that the husband, is entirely obsolete now, and try. finger in dori i m at tho young-ter- a and destroying Embalming under the most approved method when desired. tastes of the preachers of tho other de- nnlv held bv "whisky men" and Iriends eurei means of polluting have distanced him. both could be devised by the enemy of nominations do not run that way. of tne saloon. Tho wife, under our now J. 0. McClaiy, Salesmen and Embalraer. two propositions The examining trial of Will Showers UMiH.iis.itioii. is simply the mium bind mankind than these MM reso Wu knew that Emmett Logan was for tho murder of his young wife, at panne, 01 her husband in a breed- - embodied in a snnde chiinro that Mr. W' resulted in his being held writing the headlines of tho Louisville own platlonn. ing establishment, and umy get the better n htniinch believer in in $2,500 bail to answer to the grand ju- Times now, but bad no idea ho had to of him she can. Assert your rights, Montiromery is he is respon- set them too. Saturday's paper, though, charge that if he shou .1 go We ry. Tho proof showed that my sister; loim. iu the ward caucus to be them. (i.i,.iui,,tiir,. . it would be his boun- sible for her death, if not by actual mur- shows that lie does, and that ho dishes instructetl in them, me o.i.y sure test ... . der, by driving her to suicide by his into the hell box at random for his type. nnd proof of your independence will be ilen duty as an honest man to Introduce .1. 1.11? drunken conduct, more likely by the for- in UU !Ullt ..'..u f..,.ri'n1li. mul uiitiilerfilllv that you differ from your nusiuiid. Ar- and press to their passage two bills at J j betting up an educational done. mer method. gue with him, rail at him, set the chil- least, one tlie ballot, the other forcing for .. Men should not mix their politics and dren against him, convince or bully him mtmi .1in w.iuir'.i t.l.u.k nnil U'liltli. tllO ... Wixcm:siK.i voted HKi majority against .fi.iv. religion. It has tho ell'ect of spoiling if you can; if you can't, arm your color- deadly ift of sulfrage. How many will j water works Friday. If this means that a worse ed cook to tho polls and doubly kill his there b am tmdtr rigmmu chnreli prcmoe, she is going to give the press boys some- both and of inakingn poor citizen barter their democratic birth-,;..vote. How do the men and women of who t willi.lnrv fnr this wretched mess o' ( thing better than water next year, it is christian. r, this staid and conservative old country potage-f- or this devil's broth of cistern-wateall right so far as wo aro concernedj but Tiik Kentucky begislatuie, composed irreligion and lunacy? like tlie pioipectV policy it looks like a very almost entirely of democrats, passed the In the meantime wo feel to remark, The other pioposilion, to rentriut Mil for n growing town that claims n boom. has loosed democratic. San pSWiion' enacnnentrls frage to t.u,o who havea certain amount the folds to the upper air, inu nnivu uu its ref ti.vt. ifHik iMriiini: ior uiiti is 1110 Inttle-flaJohn W. Yeiikeh presided over tho one would wish, .ce tienenu of the people, which has led publican committee nt Lexington with naL'o 1.047, meaning of an educational qualification them in every fight for n century, and vinoun tho ease nnd dignity of a veteran. It is All llcenuno scllbv rttall, ptrituom, county is scarcely iebs crazy and even moro WHICH, UlOlliril iHU'ii or surrender. ormaltliquor, hall r j gr.ir.ted by the n pity such a fine fellow trains with such Impracticable. Indeed this idea, until has never knownin dii:raco exact alignment with court. Iu laid coart th.ill not sr.uu a lictnie to party, was ages Honeatli it, and ,w..n nn bv the new a crowd. ell (jtiniuou, vIuoi: or mult liyiom mini ten t it sUinds our gallant leader, made so bv .,.- . ... uay nuiicc ull !..... 1... rA.tin n wriltin nrl nn ntuinilfined bv all created beings ex tho unsolicited and unanimous choice of ii.i.i 'J" ... "j nnd Dr. Hourigan, who murdered bis printed notice at ihe door of the who tho partv. an able, honest and courageous cept a few venerable Will keep constantly on hand a large and select ljne of Furniture brother-in-lant Kiley's because he nt leat four public placek in tlw neisnuornoou a.,.ln,liil villages W trt man, a "Christian without cant and a over their tea, ill gentleman without stain. Gentlemen of and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low asj such goods store account, was win re the liquor li to be .o'd, un! If the dunned him for n SI llielfjfal voters Ip the iieightorhcod shall wont to discuss this point and nbuso tho democratic party in Lincoln, can bought in tho cities. Give me a trial and you will be congiven a life sentence at Campbellsville, oftl.e ajalnit the application, it shall be retus-eIn a trovernmentbased you hesitate a moment as to where duty can be protest iinir In each instance shall deto which place the case had been taken vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. The county court on the idea that "all mer are free and and loyalty call you? termine what constitutes the r.dihboihood from Marion county. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal J I ( l i .im,-nir...- ( CLEARANCE still continue SALE! v n coii'-eeuin- o ,., THE LOUISVILLE STORE. t sii-b- e. 1 'i""1 In-Il- Offer Extraordinary Inducements buyers of Dry Clothing, Carpets, Matting, .... i i . . a. ;? ' '' l9 " ... as Hats, Trunks, .ln , WE MUST REDUCE OUR STOCK taste and cash have made of investments, both for the present and future. favorable invite yoit visit our as our in rt well-define- d For the summer. Many i.-- g .... THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Stanford. Manager. .,.., Jhnn lemsia-Ti'in-io- j to-da- - I Wall Paper, Wail Paper, Wall Paper, " ..,,,, .- ,,.. M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. - ' ,..... Ao Bo T PENnrT" 3. --- ' oth-Co- l. PXS - o2:fco - ,,!,,,. ' v. X wKt ' Mv -- I IB 9 Ko T 1 WEAKEN Shades Furniture and Undertakers' Wall IIordert and Goods i Fiu-seem- s The Largest, Cheapest and Ilest Assorted Stock of 9J , ' Iecorations cold-wat- rTDBSTHTJCTIB,E BXTHIAX CASKET, 11 - -- i - NEW FURNITURE STORE! MACIK HUFFMAN P1R!P ijual-ideatio- n 1 !, I short-sighte- d 5St.W- jak-Shere- g . iim-iiiii- , wu-...v- -- conrt-hout- r, school-marm- w iifk-hbor- J I!v4iffihimiviufuwtm . " .. tii-i- -. "t-- j . '' U iv iri.wi.Y-- ; ,t,tr,C ..-f- !, t. ; J. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal! Ky "" I STANFORD, - Jui.Y l, 1880" . - S.CWALTON.BUH.MannKer MEANS BUSINESS. CiiMKitnd NoncK. When you want a good hair l'ennv Watch w and Jewelry repaired nnd eut ora clean. easy shave, go straight to i settle your account. A. It. state In your next isue Mint I nm not ollice. 0. I. MlfcH Aiiiik, daughter of Mr. and tlio preacher at Middleburg, Casey conn-tv- , Is'owlllll.l. Mrs. J. K. Helm, of this county, was church and that the statement that inairicd to .Mr. T. II. Wright ycster- - tliev had ironc back on me as the r ni.Afcsnn.lSu.no Fruit Jars, Cans and preacher is false." ' Sealing Wax nt A. A. Warrun's "Model day. Marriage license was issued yestetGrocery." . .VF.W AliVlll ISEMENTS. .' ,!,.,, v I lli, ft.. ii .mil liau ; ,. I wor . i tuku it as a favor if those in , nt .urn. wii'twlii ton to marry , debtcd to mo will settle up this week if XV. F. McCLARY T. It. Walton. I z$2XS& . c onlv to in. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Eld. J. Q. Montgomery writes: "IMeiii' GENTRHL UNIVERSITY, THREE COLLECES K,CE,END' 1 I ' I Mni-vf'tiirl- i to-da- THIHTEEM DEPARTMENTS OF SCIENTIFIC AND COMMERCIAL CUURSES. Health Locution in the hcartof the lllue Oras region i.ooo feet above sea level Hefinul ami hospitable community Students find hornet in the boat families nnd Memorial Hall lixpx nses mod-- i In m 21 States and Territorlw. For full inforina-t.- m raic $if to $jn, AtK nihine last um'hii, and Cat guc pvj to L. II. BLANTON, D. D., Chancollor. STUDY-CLASSICAL, 1 Noxt Session Opons Sept. 1th, 1889. jl, pot-eible- . CHURCH AFFAIRS. warranted. A. It. IVnny. j(ltih0 Thompson and he will necomtno- ' The best place to buy drugs, piiti-n- t tlitt. Von. medicines and toilet articles in at A. K. rei'iiiy's. It ia settled that tin .State troops are Huv vour school books, ink, tablets. ,.omi.lt. to jrub Orchard to encamp ami i.RlKT,iH.iirilBii.l'luwImiiipHi'B of tlu.y vU, ar.jVl. between the '.'Oth Irlu.lu fritti t It 4'liIlV. ..m.,1 Ptlt IIV'III and itfth PERSONALPOINTS. Tnr.iti: never was Mich n year for The man who gave bin h iih th'iH. .Mu. M. A. IIoiKi:it is in Louisville I .. I I - ',llU vegc-tali- tt lAKCr KOAN COW .th KJH NHCKanJi ......I.... l.t.tf .. ul..... .....' .... flii. r til. .Ill I1M whiii' haik, marked mih two .lilt .n the left cat tlit-grow. Enncre u'. ut May it, f'"1 " Taken uti lv Mrt Mm.. W. C. WiimniTT, of Ve,willeH,fH; i l8Sg. and l.efort ree ly k..ttrt FttilerlcV. I hi July I, 189. und bol. h hlmore ut $JS vlhitinu friends here. qsi; t1L, applicants for a teacher's llf(.ll SEXKGK.N r,J 1' LC 4. ' Miss May IIhi.m is convalescing from tx.r,j,'a.;,tu wrote the names of Dick War-- a slight attack of feer. rcn nnd Joe Montgomery in the lint In O k MixsKvn: Wi.mt, of Ilrynntsville, is ,,xu.r "inline the live nuM j MIks Klini Sutton. uuishvd Mntexmeii in Kentucky." The StotlholdeMpf Ctitn'ur.aiid V.il.ey Land Co are hirtby notified that there will Lean elecIh Miw. W. It. Jhsim, of tion held at thf t'irt Xati .ml Hank of Stanford, I'lior. Hi iiimiiii will liavu out hi.s cirvisiting her father's; family. Ky , of nine ilrector of 'at'l Cmr.ati on Wed NEWS CONDENSED. aeiiuy July 17th, 18S9, froTi 9 oU . k a in. to 4 went to ltlchinoud culars in a few dnB announcing his facMi"s Avmk Ilu.i: o'clock p. in ulty and other bnsinehs connected with Immediately after thfe'fC'.ion the newDlrectom The Hem The.it ie, Louisville, burnyesterday to visit Miss Mollie Fife. will orcanne and hold their tho Stanford Female Colli jm. AddresM ed Sunday morning and every decent Mockholdcrs are n.u,ucted to hrl meetitig. The be reent at the Miss Annii: Boiion, of the Wert End, the city is .nd Natural Science.; J. W Tavlor. A. M , Ph. D FACILT -- ) C Gordon, II S , Meuphj-nicelection ttnU at the meeting uf sthe licird. him, HtathiK poxtollice, ami he will M'lid man Ainbrewery nt glm'. is the jruest of Mrs. Thouia sIetcalf. nn itout, A I!,, Matluin it.o nnil Aktronomy; Mis Milwaukee, consisting HOCKUIt, dreekand Lat n I. a i.uai.'et and l.ttcr.-tri- f, J 1 II Hardin, niilikh Literature and Civil Hintnry, Mitt I.tizic Hardin KrenchJ Mrt llaphnet Ko. von one. Scc'y Cum erund Hlle Land Co. 4 Miss Bi:i.i.i: I'oi k, of IVrryville, Is of seven large buildinirs. burned entailttter Girman, liiiMol'ie llarman, t'rtiartur Ueprrtment; Mist Adah C ivion, Primary Kaph.tl Koetlrr, Mtmcal Director, InttrmiK'ntnl and Vocal Mulc and Violin; Mrs. her relative, Mih. II. A. Evann. wihl my interest In the ro ing a loss of over a million of dollars.LouHavimi Koctter Asttttant in Muttc; Mitt Mary C. Welili, Art and Art Crlttciitn Met con lined in the COLLEGE ! Miv Annii: I'eukis- - ha jroni'to l'leas-nn- t eery and hardware busiuesH to Thomas is, Frank on n lee, GMIKAKI) COI.LKGK will he opened acaili September lOtb, with a full faculty of tuperior charge of petit larceny, ille jail teachert, and all tie advantage- - found in the U'-- t Coileset will be ottered in Mutic, Art, Mathemat-i- ct Toint to take cbarire of her school. Metcalf, I dexitu to thank our ciiMomcis was killed from a fall from n balcony. n SLiente. iitiKlih, Gtcelt, Latin, French Violiuand instrumental music "ill lie under the of i'KOI- KUKsTt.lt, an eminent tpcciatut, who ttudird five eart under the hett matters Mls Evi BnMMKV la visiting her for their libeial jiatronite ami ask that Eightvfour shares of First National A Modern Progresivc School, in llcrlin and Hamhure and hat since tsen eminently tuccestful at teacher both in Kurone nd Amer-U- i brother, Mr. It. C. Brmlley, at llarrods- thev extend tho sauie to Mr. Metcalf. .1. Bank stock sold at Harrodsburg at $K(i I he nurfl"ii growth and tncceft of of this Cnlleiie the pa't year it unparalleled in the hitto- ami 10 shares of Mercer National at Sl'Jl. r 01 soutnem uoiieKct. Ileforc dccidinj to tend elsewhere tend for catalogue and further infurma- 11. Foster. bun:. dl l.i taught how to ten Secretary Noble has accepted the Where )nur daushtm j. W.TAYLOU, Ph. D , i ' "r'clP'- w .tan, at wi II a thur. rghly Miss Mkitii: Kiiiti.iiy, of Hardin counA' tint Johnson as comitittructed in Tin: rad will meet here Saturday to resignation of (.en. Joeto lake ell'ei t July ty, !h thu yuest of Miss Helen Thur missioner of railroads, consider the advisability of nominating Kith. inond. Literature, Science, Art & Music. AU.rnnil ltapids, Mich. Miss NelMn. f mil' Ilpvv. if Iliinvllle. is W'itll a cniulidate for the legislature. I.ct 'em AdJ-e- tt RLV C PUI'E. Pre.ident, Dick Warren is koIiik to be lie Hopkins) cut her throat with a razor nominate. her parents, Mr. ami .Mrs. .1. M. Mcltob- - ..1. ..i.... I or Mrt bC. IKl KHEAKT, iitnMurl ..v. int.. .1. I. iv ...,.. r because her lover walked nil" an embankli.i. ....ill. .. VlliVl' .i.I 11111. . II. VHl Lady 1'riiiiip.tl, ment and was drowned. Nlult rik1 uiif, Ky It is now certainly known that 1" 4J T. T. Bi..vKoiti), the devor assM-aninp- cd in the race. Mh. people were killed in the railroad acciat Itowlaud, has been dimmed At the cIom of Mi-- s Eva llradley's dent ikar l.vnchburg, hut how many FOR ELECTION. school at Itowlaud, little Miss Etta Itaineb limn will perhaps remain a mystery. to Itileys. left Paturdny to received a jrold ineilal for u'eneral ko1 col Miss Mattii: I'wton -I- 'mf. Allen linil bis luiioon to Whrre(ti , vaCAnc hd4infc Darrvii , tor Lititolnountt, spend sometime w.:h Mr. Mary Punn, deportment, amtrdiil by a vote of tlieen-tir- e lapsowhell 1. 'JIM feet a bo Ve I'rOVKleilce, ,irn.e of Schw.l Commntuner lli.jile.it tnereft-rKy it the death ol J A . L.ailtl he fell tOthe eaitll.amlstrange, iaueJ l school. As a token of her untiring in IiOiilsvillc. ord red f the couit that tt.e hentf .f in wuv reielCtl 1)111 hHi.IiI llljunts. Louiit UTand heithreb con.mand.diotau.e Mh. ami Mas. T. II. Inot., of Danville, elForts in their beluilf, the Scholars I III coroner SJIiry limiS tbllttlieOUn- - jn eleninu tolehild in a!d ountv on ihe f.r.t nro vinitint.' her parent. Mr. and Mrs. Miss Hrndley with n very hand-hiiii- c ers of the tlainnt Coiieniaugh are rcspon- -' Monday m Annua ifv. t riu the va.m) m ' dble fur the fearful catastrophe in not j present. John C. White. ...oi.hHdb, .h.offle,... .,,- -' ma ing.tas secure as it should u- -. Co-iiHtthi black-- 1 n cute Miss Jknnik As Pi:. Cox 'Mistreating tin town ton I eyed Owensboro belle, Is the pust of glance at his new drummer') wagon anil 'tl!;iVnbWkRoft.,e.,8tport1on of El-- . I.ynn. . Mrs. John till. advertnemeiitK potted at the and i 1.. Ullllllll span Saturday, one of tin horses fell, ICIlSIIIirU. of m.hhk Cou C. CooKi:nnd his Ixxikdceepcr, iMitlywouiulingliis Knee ami nreaking Nearly 100 families are homeless and the at ihcpiao-- the Intermr in m,l,loumj and by pub t a newspaper publout ,,(SM ,s'Mt.lt(Mi cj.ooo.OOO. The lire or-- licatton in l II ClHU'f.K. F. !' Jjanipmin, of Altatuout, were down up the show for the day. The Dr. cs- - jgiimted fromal tithed in stanfurc, K. the tlreworks ilisplay. Cier I Lmt.iln C 'lints Court 4.1 on business Friday. The grand stand from which LOoO escaped unhurt, but unsatisfied with the Mk. a.nii Mas. S. M. Wimiiti: pas-e- d exhibition and retired to his home until leople weri witnessing the 1 It li "J July Amendments to Articles of Incorporation . , v.iii.ij-.i-"i- . races at wKiiiiioiiut through Junction City Saturday, en his horses are put In better training. several men were Kiueti ami iieariv a Monticello to visit Mr. WilhiteV route to hundred ,H:oplo were badly injured. Soii:son.of.ii.sca.cook. turned on the parent)!. of Nash- - fire alarm Saturday night by yelling Mus. Mattii: Fih.i.f. Giiu.nhv, Cumberland Valley Land Co. DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. vllle.nnd Mrs. llessio Fowle Alien, of "tin" half a dozen or more times, scar'Ihe undersigned thareholders of the CumberJackson, Miss ing the citireiiM as well ns causing them is visiting Elsie (Jovan, of McDowell. Miss., land Valley Land Company amend tl e taid Com. Cincinnati, are imestK of Mrs. II. .1. Dr. . i. ....'a ATi.rtK..r In.nrmim ion. heretofore filed Miss Nannie to break their jieaceful slumbers. A L. " Mc.Murtry leaves for iAiuisvillethis lor record Au;iivt i, iRs m tiie.ifhVeofthe clerk j , repetition of this will bring out our week to make "that city his home. Mr. ol the Lincoln county unit, naviui: increiuicrc Mis Jciia Porii.AM, of this plan-duly .kncwlcljd, at lo'lowt which will In used to drown the and Mrs. lieo. C. Keller, Jr., of Stanford, been the first and third sections of ttid articht Nellie Pillion, of Lancaster, I nnd Miss spent Sindny with Mrs. W. F. Evans. arc to amended at to inelude within the tcupc if left vesterday for l'eorin, III., to sjwnd a scamp who indulges in such foolish mis- Mrs. J. E. Fan-i- anil f.unily.of Stanford, the Company's operations, in addition to the coun chief. 11,'H, the Knot, month with relatives, . visited Mrs. W. C. Price last week. MiM) tics of liarfan andClay, Perry.(.untitles of Powel , Letcher, Whltlev, Laurel, back from Annnpoli-- . Springlield, left Monday for Wolfe, Johnson, Martin Sam Miakkkbis an, Metufte, Hath, Ciiin (Mn II mih is almost solid for Wharton, of isit to Miss l(oan, 1 lliott. Law rente, iHijd. Carter, HemHe found that he could not be examined Dick Warren for tin legixlnturi, nnd our her home, after a pleasant Jackson, Flujd and ming, Lewis, Grtfn, Maggie Caldwell. s it shall be Pike, ill which said additional till Septcmltcr and he thought it best to republican friends will have to put up Deputy Collector Walker Lnndram lawful for the said Comiiant U. lounti iransiut its bust- till then. come back home their best man to hold theirparty togeth imsed through Danville en route from nets i.fpui chasing anJ selling lands, the mining lumutr. He and sale el coals anutlie inanuuturr oithe carl al Mn. ini' Mk-- - John Hiiows, of Louis- er in this race. We have heard more llarrodsburg to I juicaster Saturday 11 Section 4 is o rtmellded at trtitt hundred and ville, and their charming little daughter, than one republican say that he would has been in bis olliceone week now, nnd stock of tatd Company, inttead of one million do. says the duties of deputy are much more fift) thousand do.. r, tiiall lie one Miss Corinne, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. have to be u mighty uood republican, arduous and constant than when ('apt. lart, in tli.iret of one hundred dolHrt each, which bv tu the be John C. Hill, of Maywood. - each share and made of the right kind of "blutl"' for Sun Miller filled the ollice, whileth"H.d-ar- y said Kharibthall $ioIttuedbnp.nd.toikholderi has certificatet when V G WriiH, theieof tubtcribed for has been reduced from $1,:03 Mil ami Mm. W. II. Nkivmas and them to supjiort him. C. O. Cor. in H S WlTIICKS, and it is not by any means the "soft p.tsed up to I W llAM.KN daimhter, Miss lk's-l- e, News. snap" nuinv dreamed it to be. V P Waiton, Itock Castle Spring Saturday to spend Mr. Woodford (i. Ditnlap was in Tin: community was shocked to learn yS 11'H.khh, W. R II. WiurKiDi.b1 If you buy aMcCORlYIACK REAPER or MOWER you are certain summer a usual there. the Attorne-ln-fait, last week that Mr. I!. E. Harrow had town Saturday night and states that lie to get one of the best Machines made. Fox. Will C. Wiikuhitt, fter res'nlinj; in been suddenly paralyzed. He retired nt has accepted the position of (ieneral JiksV Deputy ( olloctor for Kentucky, which ViTHaille during Mm jiastyear, left TuesIf you buy a McCormack Machine you can depend on getting renight in his lumd health and during the position he declined sometime ago, and day for ltlchinoud, from whence he koch W. L. DAWSON mountains to be pairs when wanted, without delay or vexation, which is one of the night his wife heard him makiugn pecu- will not be sent to the to Kansas City, to acejt a business poShu endeavored to arouse a target for tho moonshiners, lieneial Is a Candidate fnr Jailer cf Lincoln County, tub most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or liar noise Depot v for Kentucky is simply revenue to the action of the liemiM-rucsition. C.-' was rigid. Dr. agent for Kentucky, who visits all distil-- 1 JC.t Mower; no mistake about it. Missij Mah Vaiinon, Lucy Tato and him, but found that he l.ronaugh was sent for ami pronounced leries in Kentucky and when the cae j P. The McCormack Machine Co. have always been in the lead of Pollie Williamsand Messrs. 1'. M. efdemands it makes seizures of the biimi. J. II. Baimhmim and C. E. Tate it paralysis, the entire left side being salary will be $1,S00 and duties com- itacandidateforjuiierof Liatt in county, sub- their competitors m tne manuiactwe ot iwine Binders, ana with fected, togeMier withthebrain. Hismind His j.ct to tlnin.t.un of the Democracy attended the closing exeicises of the paratively light. their Improved No. 4 and Big Four Mowers they have a line of Ma-- 1 was clearing a little yesterday and his Miss'Sharp, of Shelbvville, who has Chatitauiua at l.cxiugtoii. chines second to none. were better, though he is in a been visiting Mr. II. M. Fisher's family, SAM 31. Mn ami Mus. J W. McCrm.Y. of syniptoniH left for home Friday. Mr. 11. E. Samuel, iviticnl condition. you By ol I.HKoln u. ' Kansas City, arrived Friday nnd took . vt'r veirs'l lirilL'L'ISt hen. IlilS culllllCandidate f.r ,)C -- ction of JailerDemiKratic your all lor tin Hint "50 ... the ,liuiccl to ..... I ,.1. !... i .....: l.i.. iwihh f.... at tlte Myers House. Miss Alma uuv pirty. rooms mi Ckntiim. I'sivimsiTV, which last year oeeii ciniiiiieii w inn GEO. ID. has been in bad health for some time, had is preparing to is- improving and hopes soon to appearnt hut is looking much better than her exceed even that line record next ses- "'I'There is no abatement in the sick- G. S. friends exjiected to eo her. sion. A preparatory department is be- IM'SS among the children, reported hist , Caniliilnte lor Jailer of mcln cuiinl sub 91 miles tho ihortcit, U hourk qulcLest Messks. J. H. MiCuk.miy, A. T. Chen-aul- t, ing built and numerous other additions Week. MatlVlltlultS lire added to the list ject to the action ot the Dcn.oiralk partj of W. H. Smith and D. W. Tribhle, of nnd improvements are being made to ac- of thoe complaining. Ihe majority young and old, seems to be Nc IN. Madison, Judge Robert Uiddill, V. L. commodate the increased number of pu- cases, both fiiiiuuier complaints, while a tew are seThomas Williams, Jr., of pils who will attend. It is one of the vere attacks of malarial fever. Vnughii and i 1" the action of Is a Candidate for Sheriff, l.'MI.'K'f,ll the Lincoln County Di'mcuracy Estill, were here going to and returning best institutions of learning in tho Kntire Trains Kun Throush Without Chani. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. from tho Senatorial Convention nt Mt. South nnd is a prido to every Kentuck-inn- . THROUGH CAR SERVICE. See notice in this issue nnd write Vernon. is opening up mines A coal Suitable for Ocd House and Lntsi Mnywood J. 11. Watts, late of Kingsvilk, but to Chancellor L. II. Wanton for cata- near Sinks, couipnnv C. road. South. Ilouinl-Ir- ani Xo.i, Pullman Roudoir Fluff-e- t on the k. on lot l,"d sih.xil luute doctor or teacher bleeping Cart, Cincinnati to New Orleans who is now engaged in business ut logue and further information. D 1. STIPHENSON, A good crowd attended the lecture Aiiplyto LiiattaniH'ifi to anreveport. Maywood, Ky Train No. j, I'u'lman lloudolr Buffet Sleenlnrr delivered here Friday evening by Miss m Oneida, Tenn., was here Saturday. He Ca rt Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati Fiiiday was tlie day set for the exami- Iaurn Clay on woman sullrnge. new home, but says Kentucky likes his to lacktni.villeand Knoxville. Sleepers St. Louis of publicschool teachers. The way tho conductors ace carrying Owing toNew Orleant ia M. .V O. is good enough for him lynl he will al- nation isdilllcult to to tho critical illness of Superintendent out instructionsa itticket. If onuget on a e democratic vole ways cast bis true-blushould A. M Keland has 4 good Milk Cos for sale, all LJilHiitJ train Comicnied Schedule in Effect March 31, 1639. jrT:.t.u'iniwa J. A. Ilogle, he was unable to attend nnd get onwithout is stopped nnd pnssen-ki- t thoroughbred Shorthorm, with calves 10 Jays old, the tririn in the county of Lincoln. Judge Varnon appointed Mr. W. F. Mc- paste- - havms had calves within 14 hour of each other , sent to ticket ollice for his rtiCAX) xjj'. UK. AD DONry A irood chance to net a cood cow and a thorouuhClary to till his position temporarily. bjan'J CITY AND VICINITY. '1 RAINS NORTH youns IkAINs MIL1 III I It is difiiClllt to understand what bred bull calf cheap. Also have some nice Thirty-siteachers presented themselves No 41, No 1, No. a, No. 4. No. 6. No. 5. No i. No. 3 STATIONS. 1S!) nro now ready for the full examination and J0 for the Tanner, the commissioner of pensions, bulls ready for servue. A. M.FKLAN'D. Daily. Liui. Daily Fait Daily. Tub tat books for Daily. Dally. yr Kx Si.n Fx Llm. to do with the Sigman trial, or why Dallv. Dlv. Stanford, Ky. Everybody will please come forward t.r.d ' civil government examination nnd it re hadshould bo informed of the result by he L've... .i.incii..t. ... .flll Ulwi.111 O 4i . tl, 1UJ) III 330pm v 1 j r pay IiIh taxes at once. T. D. Newland, quired all of Friday and most of Satur- anvoue. A letter picked up hero to ,Wilhamstown .L've 5 13 a m ' 1130am Sipm 547pm 9 30 p m 4 10 a in Georgetown.., 7 4 am 11 38 p in ao p m a Sheriir. day for the examiners, Miss Knto Uogle that individual showing who tho contr - 1? A HJUERS. sVo'fe olX.'unt'ei 10 V) P m tojp 10 J5 pm ioa5 a tIn Lmmrton..., 3 4a m. 4 iSPni 7 00a m laiop m J0 m 735pm 10 " rV jurvmatl WHS. etc., nppeiirS miller ofMarioii lloyle, Lincoln, Oarr.ml and Vtatlmii;. ..uou. &. R. R....Arr. The city council of llanodsburg has and I'rof. S. J. l'lilliam, to complete their strance, when it is well known that all ton ill nnd all the new rolatuiK tciiaiter. of in- . Lve.i. Arr .....llurjrin i' ' were of Slgman's political as tho yearly fee for nuctioneeis work, the result of which will be fixed $lo the jurymen Arr a 55 a nn 3 jop m 5 jo a m 10 50 pm Hurifin u Jjpm 8 45 pin'uoj a m.ti 17 am l.e 4 t n Til next Friday, when tho tenchers belief. rtnnu.lt uutday rndayof ta jo pm 8 jonin la 10 a tn j 30 a m 1031pm Central Kentucky, istutd in that town. .Stanford put it at $10 and will hear their doom. a m, a 53 a ity ear. Send 50 jaoa m 1030 pm t nim n To mn 11 warn 11 45 a m . .. J unction A district convention for liomiliat- - each week. $ ot-here. 8 30 a in Somerset 105am! 135pm jojam' loopm drove oil' all who cried property joop m ..,. ing a cnn.ll.lato for Slate Senator for this y J5 !' 11 J " 4 35am wakiiaic ,19111, 4 15 a in' m . 6 50 p Ji'iioi: Vaiinon yesterday ordered an district met hero tnday last. Est ill asamj 0 4P m'Ar'v Chattanooca. h.. vw,. ... a a " 406a m to 00 pml Foster having Clulluoosa...-Ar'- v a 00a m TiiKilrin of Metcalf 35 ni 7 "2" g 10 700P in L've election to fill the vacancy in the ollice county Placed the name of J. I'. Wise-- 1 ? 4 47 a m .Attalla.. w p ml 9 49 P nAr'v -' hern dissolved, wo aro very anxious to of Superintendent of Common Schools, man beforu the convention ns t Heir can- Ilirmingham 300pm 300pm x n p m 11 45 pm 1. vt .. ... loi am ,., iisviiii.oj, , 608pm 130am settle tho firm bueincos and nil parties made vacant by the death of ltov. J. A. I. ve .Meridian loojf m 11 Jjpni 4 43n Ar'v. knowing themselves indebted to us will Jlogle, and appointed V. F. McClary to ..New Orleans ...L ve 415am 335f m 630 a in 11 to am Ar'v ... present II candidate, leaving it With tllO .all Steamers, p!nB betccu New York or Meridian 10 am L've ,.,, ,.. 9 4 mn 5 '",v please call and foltle at onci . Metcalf it llll.the olllco till a successor is elected stand Antwerp. 1'urtici detirtni; to visit ...,n..nMiill,n:li. untllii 1'm.keiiatle . Jackson, .....rtr v ,. b lop m 0 10 a m L ve of a m L. vc. ..HCKiiiiii, .M . 11 4 w , .'....... Prt Foster. ' and qualified. Thero seems to bo no and Hstill hall eight votes each and after .....Monroe , I. tooj a m,.,. . 35 P"1 i '" '! Irv Six ballots Without leaching ll, lo c., on to write or call on Mr 11 inter, Loudon, Miss takini! for trip Si'i:KiNi. Stpiire J. A Chappell will lnck of candidates for this position. nomination it was ngrce.l Mint tho dele- - Ky HoundSo ticket Now, lets than eer before to see It Kate Jlogle, tho very accomplished Kuten u. t ... t." ..m,,,.,l!,u. conntics I. on, World to ISj. woituert. o..r aUmlunicicni -.. Train No. 7, 1'iilhian lloudolr Iluftct Sleeping Cart, New Orleans to Cincinnati 11 speak in tho interest of tho democratic anil it iiheOIi following times and places: daughter of thu deceased, will bu a can- SlIOUlll reiiru 10 an nine room uiki tunic number will buy tickets of Mr llaner he will to Shreveportto 6. Chattanooea. party, nt tho wiieant 10 yiucinnaii. No Pullman ..Hoildoir Jiutici Bieepint; .. ..... Tr.iln r. and After a consulta- wittithnn .in,. 1. net at culde and interpreter, as ho fn v F - r,n.,n.' .... v"i"'J-- 1' to soino agreement. l!1. aim ..k... ci... wr.cw hn.l.nn... L....nntrtjttlm In nl.,1nriinn its T..I w........ w......... ( (.l,ui.,..i . Train :So.. 8, it.. 1,ii h ihe trench and Lermau as .,i ... m infiinnnii.Mii iicuuoir At nuu '.W? Chestnut Uidge, July 10th; Andeison'8 didate to fill out his term tuul is highly tion of 16 minutes the natno of A. T. ... v uimvmhih, . ... s.lruf IrAin n,.v.i t. l.i,'..iiir.. ilmt tavlnp n bii ill 1. 1. .1... ,.iV I on .!.. in ' school-hous- e, deserving of such honor. Mr. W. F. I'lieiiaillt. of Madison COUIlty, WHS' W. WOOM.EY.Triv I'ass.ABt., Lexington, Ky. July 11th; Souper's school-hous.m ,n10 tourist tint matter alone. This is ;oh N C.OAULT, Uenoral ..Itnacer, FRANK u. y. uen ran. aim 1 m. igi. man, and ',iS nm,IWt,0n Ny iireement he will McClary, also a Cincinnati .Ohio July HANR, London, Ky. several others will also be candidates. with K. L. Davis. time villi relatives. ...... - J dihtin-vIMMii- le, ltev. A. W. Crawford will preach foi Itov. Mr. Helm next Sunday morning and uik'ht. The Midway Clipper says I!ro. lUrnes wan prevented from filling bis appointmeiit to lecture there by sick ness. picnic At u Methodist tfnnday-schoo- l near Allegheny City. Fa., live young people were, drowned while b.irue riding on a creek. The Christian Church will hold a camp meeting in a law tent at Downey, Ciil., beginning on the INlth, for the pur-pose of preaching the gospel and deliberating together as to the further of the truth. Elder Carroll Kcudrick sends us an invitation. 1 i;h:Ueste Garrard or Sale. For Etont r College, Lancaster, Kentucky. Handsome New Cottajjc, Cotitaininc ix vooo. oiipoilte St. uford 4 o le-n.i- n. mttiitd A fn Main ipljf to MJlb Co'Je,. l , j HfOII Ul.tl). ESTRAY. Iii-i- IT TICS, s 1 EG Iti-)ih:- iel null dlrec-ri-C'ir- - - ... I I nt 10RDER 1 , 111 buying pre-Hi-nt- . Mi,oB t v. I t. -- at ZJtTX or J( Q QUI O TTHTTVTT? D PA U AUmJJXl, UUA1 U And Vests, - tn, Flannel Shirts and From Straw Hats, lire-engin- e, s Bruce & Mc Roberts. 0le, ; to?0 o- The Long and the Short of It. J. OTIS NEWLANI OWENS - j m-t-- - CARPENTER 1 moans, see these Machines before make solectlon for tho coming harvest. WEAREN, A' .. -- .' oeL J. UIENEFEE nul-je1 Cincinnati and leans. FOR SALE OR RENT. ' ".J FOR SALE! x 1 I 9m -- , 111 jyS.n'rr" ADVOCATE, !.. ' m m Sr7A.K?.,,M '''"''?')'' ' 111 J . inc li. old-Ir- cm.u j.mm. nvp -.-.. l'hll-.11.- I 11 111 ' 1 ','. - i I .v BK.K;;We M ' X w- North-Roun- ;.... 1 1 .t ...f! d tli. divide SuffimoiS1 IVcA'aKLKS 0 ' Vs - i . A -- yy jii,i!i,-,iv"- .w riMs'i'ri"y ijHlM''1THi' lM u f'w iiiiiiiimmm y Semi-Weekly Interior Journal ' Toting 3: an. .liiTioe tii So you were a Ilttlotoo pert, andspok Express train " South 1157 pm Noith ..317 am Loral Freight North ..6301m ' South. 3 33pm The letter trains alto carry patiengert The above ii calculated on standard time. Solar time is about so minutes faster without thinking, did you, my son? And you got picked up right suddenly on Publlshod Every Tuosday and Friday your stnteuient, eh? Oh, well, that's nil right; that happens to older men than you every day. I have noticed that you $VJ i?JCK ViflA.rt.iy ADVANCE havo a very Ksitive way of filing a derVhn not to paid $2,60 will be chanted,-- ! cision where other m?ii statu an opinion, and you frequently make a iwsitivo where older vne,u merely exiueM K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. a W'licf. But nevor mind; you are Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. in , returning young. You will know less as you grow t 4:30 p.m. older. "Don't I mean you will know morel"" Heaven forbid, my Iwy. No, L.&N.TOCAL TIME CARD. indeed; I mean that you will know lens. Mail tram going Ss'orth J 31pm You will never know more than you do ' " " South 131pm 1 A Youthful Succeotlini. Some timo ago, when n gentleman of Bucksport, Me., was married, ho took his brido on a visit to her peoplo at Ellsworth. In the afternoon ho had petted a little nephew and showed him his false teeth, with which tho llttlo fellow was much amused. In tho evening, when the company was assembled, tho conversation lagged, and some one said: "What shall we do next?" Tho llttlo boy spoko upand said: "Show Vm your false teeth, Undo All" pOyAL t glvery, DENTIST. Office eei and gala . Stable, omnium, onl.ftncuL'r itrrft. oppfiltf ry court-hotu- r iii)r Rails, Shingb: and Sks For Sale. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KY , Oood tutnoutt and.saddle horses always lor hir on reasonable terms London Is the molt convenient point on the railroad to reach places in the 10 In the mountain -- non of the Mate Willing to I trip llliimolf. Ten Thotitan! Kl.it Railt acd 10.000 Poplar Shingles I hto on hand Men't, Women 1 MUe' and Children's Shoot, made lit Alter, KurwoiJ Co. and Mundrlle, ttluch I will tell .K the er lowest prices I hnte IioiikM them and the) must lie sold Mj stock It comnleto ami lhoc how nut nirtralns cat get them by rallimt. I mean luiti-eii- s W C II VII.KV Turm-rsvill- Ask For Ayer's Barsaparllla, ami be suro jou get It, when you want the liett I with its forty years iai 2.T of unexampled suc- KteS 1 coss in thts euro of 1 Wood Diseases, you I can make no nils 11 fffCjf K I tako in preferring Moou-purifler. 1 A vr' Sarsaparilla if M'f&rl to any other. Tho foro-rnnn- cr funeral Pasieneer Agent, Chicago Cits Ticket Agents and Office's A gentleman hero who was "burglariI. M. IlirKNm, w ith Ave., Louisville. Ky The Ktlilra of the Prtfrlon Kortmilr. I zed" about two years ago reported his blood medicines, K.AT0KIK4I tij Vine sn. Cincinnati Ohio "You havo saved my boy's life!" ex- loss to tho detectives and offered natAyer's Sarsaparilla I I with to tell my farm of 6t airet limited on tho grateful father, with glis- urally to assist them in every way. At claimed I p is still the most popthe Lancaster pike two unlet from Stanford The 313 Koutth Avenue, B (9 tening eyes, as ho grasped the hand of first lie called frequently to ascertain If land ii all in r.u, .1 comforiahle dwelling of 4 ular, being in greatu bargain tho dripping man. "It was a brave, any news of the thieves had been ob- roomtit situated upon it Will tell tStanford er demand than all - G A IIKNhlUCT. 4t others combined. noble act. and I can never forget It. tained, but Iwing met always with a negK w n Willio might havo drowned if you had ative his visits became infrequent and "Ajcr's Sarsaparilla is selling fas, Si 5 P E. VARNOX, not gone to his relief. And now, will finally ceased. Ho had forgotten the than over before. I never hesitate, to recointnond It." Goorgo W. 'Whitman, you tell mo to whom I am indebted for matter altogether till recently, when he Attornoy at Law, Druggist, Albany, lud. MT. VEUNON, KY. t tg bs this" was called upon by one of tho detectives, sales safe in saying "I amSarsaparilla far that mythoe of "Why, papa," Interrupted Willie, who stated: lintel is till! mimtaln Kontucky. This old and of Stanford, excel Ayer's ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable, .spe"don't you know Dr. Pluggum? He's "Wo have got a clew." any other, and It glvos thorough satisfacin tho same business you're in. Don't tion." L. II. Bush, Dcs Moines, Iowa. "That is good. Is it a promising one?" Will practice ininall the courtt of this and adjoin-li- cial attention to th-- tratelmg public Cfl O tn the count of appntl counties and .tl. P NKWCOMII. Prop., you remember tho man that has that "Ayer's Sarsaparilla and Ayer's TUN pj i to "Certainly. Wo have discovered tho Office over Mcltnbcrtt fi. Sta,;g' druir itore Sj tl in my Mt Vernon, K). are the best selling medicines great big advertisement of 'Teeth Ex thief." store. I can recommend them conscientracted ithout Pain Full Sets, Upper "Better btill. You have him arrested?" Pharmacist, C. Blckhaus, tiously." and Lower, Only $20!' in The Afternoon Boseland, 111. "We can't do that. It's too late." tr r O AI. D.f H. Tomahawk?" "How is that?" "Wo have sold Ayer's Sarsaparilla V 5 hate opcnisl an ic dert ontl.am aster street over thirty years and always here for 13 p ej "Ah, yes," said Dr. Fillem, D. D. S. "He died last week, confessing to the and will leep constautl)!m hand a lull uppl of STANFORD, KY. it when asked to name the recommend I'ure I.aVc Ice "I am sincerely grateful to you ah roblwry." W. T. McLean, test Mr. Pluggum; deeplv and sincorelv grateper Its a grand thing to get a clew. Den In At II over rise pounds Now i the time to Orhceot Lancaster Street, opposite Court-HouDruggist, Augusta, Ohio. " 5T n quantities Ilavinr remosed to this place Irom Liberty, to the) ver News. I have sold your medicines (orkeep ful. Come. Willie." make engagements fur thf season e practice his profession, calls the attention of th P seventeen years, and always "Why didn't you call him Dr. Plug-gulast NUNNKLl KN f. HAMITON 14 tf pub He to the fact that he oil) be ready at all hour b 9 a .Nolhlns I Old Since tile) KIimmI. them in stock, as they are staples. day or niirht to answer calls in town or country. papa?" inquired Willie, as they rode There is nothing so pood for the youthThirty years of hit lile were spent in Stanford and A magazine article talks of "Tho Lack homeward. he deems it unncccstar) to tpeak ol hit ability at ful blood' as Ayer's Sarsaparilla." Homes It and "It wouldn't do, my son," replied his of Old Tl,; ...... in America." .1 is a great STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. apbtlclan peoplesurijeon A share ul the patronK. L. Farker, Fox Lake, Wis. ,. till-- , . r... age ol the of Stanford and vie nity isasled rt.J. father. "It is contrary to tho ethics of ..if.. A.lll.11 Ul .t.ij Stil b .llltiljn 11J1 "Ayer's 8arsaparilla gives the best l All persons wishing a pleasant life and well by him satisfaction of any medicine I have in tho profession. He is a bravo man and press us very deeply, a low wrens ago leased wife let them use I'ilent Flour made at stock. I recommend it, or, as the vo visited a btimlay scnool, ami tho tears tanford Roller Mills Call for it at your gro . tn a noblo fellow, but he isn't a doctor. He on htnj. proscribe it over the cery, tney nave not itot Doctors sav, ' advertises, my son." Chicago Tribune. tilled our eyes as wo noticeil tho great them and il It. or eel an orderit from them urje and to keep counter.' It never fails to meet the scarcity of old men in tho infant claw. get it at the Mill and I trill guarantee a pleasant a it, even cases for which I recommend 1 hit nonce fmewtrns hunt.rt, rishcrmru aid Wo looked over the row.s of little chil and interesting latnilt where the doctors' prescriptions have Tim l'rnOor In the Hull Kixtui. n a a others nut ta trespsss on our lands uithout W S I'OTiS, Superintendent. been of no avail." C. 1. Calhoun, mission, as all luih will he procut-to the fu" dren, all of them under 0 year of age, 93 " p Monmouth, Kansas. est etteiit ol Ine law Mgned ? SS and not one white haired oltl man in all 2. T J HILL, Oi:o D IIOPPKK, the class could wo hoc. There was one IM McROHKRiS.JR. M b. IIAUOHMAN, bald headed, toothless fellow there, but j.i: IIKL'CF. ROItl. McAI.IMKR. 5 S II SHANKS, S H. IIAUOIIMAN, ho was sitting in his sitter's lap, chewing rRKPAUED nr p 1 MRS I1F.NKV IIAI'RHMAN. A M KKI.AND a rubber ring, and singing a song nil by o S K.T I'KNCK, JOIIN W HDIMLS. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mais. V C. PAKltlAli o. 1, '89.1 A I II WDKN, himself, the refrain of which w.w "Ah II V. HOLM Kb Trice ft; sit bottles, $S. Worth $5 bouts. goo, ah goo." Yes, indeed, there are Hoard from June I to July t, per week jt 00 3. (X few old men in tho infant class. Same Cottige Rent from June to July t, per week J jo HOsLTLIN FKIIMAN HIM J vSttstHr'JnPlvHffi 2 6 oo way with the kindergarten. It's a w onder Hoard per week after July i S 2 ' J 5 some wise magazine writer hasn't no- - Cottage Rent perwcek alter Jul I. I Cflljtilill ticed this singular fact and made an arti N , m J'l II K. II I) lr,....ll ei.m.K n.p ..! cle alwut it. Bnrdetto in Hrooklyn Eterybody It cordially invitisl tii vitit at early Will be permitted lo svnr a few ai m .ta Eagle. E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor in the teatoii ind get advantage of the leduced bl un Lanca.ter pike in .ulu.rbt Tbreo Dollars by tho Hoaiton, ifn of .V l'olnt Usually Orerlouki'il. A L bl'OONAMORK, rates Respectfully, & to Mill lleti, lh gr m patn' r in id I' O Addrets, Stanford. Ky. 50 cents JOtf Tho youthful heir" to a Walnut hills tance,with the pru ilege ot breeding 11I. the ot No Hotel in Kentucky has a biter repu'ation, "It must lo awfully jolly to know ancestral establishment is of an inquirprntes to be with talf and Its proprietor It deUrmint- - thit This toun; bull is not onlj of (he tcrt ml everything, profeosor?" shall be maintained ing turn of mind and directs his attenbreedin);. but it individually a vert ..iprr.nr am "I have been somewhat'aware of that tion sci;illy to tho elucidation mal lie willniiil.il luprj- eterv iiiiticular KY. s of fact, my dear, since I have known your" duce milk enwt of tne highest rtreUencc Both problems. Last week ho heard a his pedigree and Ins individuality guarantee this He has recently added to its appointments ROWLAND, KY., Harivr's IJazar. cattle ha the lloltein-lreisi.i- n unday school address on "Tho I'rodigal j sons taken the lead in the btoode Dealer In Son." Just what tho small 1rv thouuht M11KI117 OimhI U et by s.ommanding under the liamme of till' Ki'.i'lnliliilici the capacity to prudu e mine Of tho ntlilroid his fathor was curious to UrV trOOaS. XNOUOnS, XiatS, IvapS prices, and hniii 1...11. l T tt.. a. " Also . milk and butter than aavotlier breed and as much II1"' fc" U 3ail1 '" hun U,at n,KMt YOU IltTO in Mftrotxilistown. 3Ir. Fore- Kt)i-ri- c. they "niM-i- c retain their I!ot.. Sheet. Cloibmu. Hardware. Oueent- - anl In populor fav..r. will notVfailII toMILl.I.lt lead "Jly Bull, toll liw which of A First-Clas- s ware, Tinware, lurmtuie and a Livery paugl: I, while HIV circus is in town? Do at s"PI-'rTHE SHORTEST AHO QUICKEST RCUTE , you call this sticking to tho ngrTOmcnt? iaraci .ta in. 111.. jwn hjii i 01 1110 pro ' Hl..e,n-Kr.- ,. To accommodate tie demands of his increa-e- d . , . ... .. rm Tl nu f In ti t en, uunuitii hiiiu J transient patroia,!. Beit lurnouts furimhed I thought vn worn to ri'iii.-- i n nut nf onnli '"ri'" its, j iu b 11111.11111.111 nun; vai n wuitv ssjj, ' aB i,uu calveaand . one grade heifer citlf Commercial Travel) ri and others w II Mll.Lr.lt, CENTRAL KENTUCKY with perfect during the entire sea-- , l,aIa'" rcl)lil-,- J lll otlicr's ton-itorFaiu v CniiliC'. Canned GoU. At. r.y. . nonchalance, "1 think IM feel tlipo'sed All lx.ru W ul I'ruIii'e i iken in exchange for yno!. eon, sir. Ailaiii roropaugh (who hai no timo u! t0 '"" with the calf." AMg .11. IIIU'CIS, oxplam ho ,v he happens to l,c in Metrop- - Cincinnati Comtuercl.il Uazotto. ' 11 Hit nu ..,.... .,. Pnrnnm ni..Jfc., .,, rVilli mi- Mr t.u,awt lnf LIVERV. FEES ULB llo)K'li'. Iiiumiii I seo you havo made the usual mistake. CHICKEN FAST LINE HETWEEN A young .oricty man, well up in We lute pun tite I ihr StinfnrJ Woilen and Several tunes tixlaj' I have been addressed it was appioachctl by n friend with Oris! Mill and fittedhet;iutvith new ind tirf.-diTM'HtI,Ki LEXINGTON A: CINCINNATI. as on machinery and will a copy of it putier in Arabic. "Jtut read 1 T. Darnuin (profusely aologetic SC IIKUri.l. IN I.I KLtl MA a, i!So May 18th, 1889, Si'KCIAL AllrMl IN t . CO MM Ifiincen'lv beg your pardon, Mr. Ilepow. that lor me, will ou, Jim?" 1AL "You don't understand it, ch?" said Tn do custom crlndim: nnd carding Our Mr trave'ert Ilortcs and mutes bmht lilt' told. No 4 S" No 6 " and I 8.1', now, etc. Chicago Tribune. K Sun, Jim. Unwell lisi hail over jj e.ir' expeneme at the Onlt tir-- t h.i'.e.nnd i let u.-- d m liver) K 'n Sun I)ail busiuest and ho lias ncnuited a thorough knowl"No " JUCJv t Ciillllilllif . edge of btli the branches In addition there will Also ant tut t . i to am 8 O) p in l J5 nn. I.se Linclnnali "Well, i lien, you would not under- be an exper. to assist him in catditit; Ulte u a A Chicago gambler whoso Urst nauiu S Co p m beat him for t I.ve Cotington..j l 45 p ra WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTIIJC CO- price paid Lte I almouth.. ,, o 4 a 9 7 ji in 4 oS p in (Jeorgo used to visit a Chinaman's stand it if I bhjuld read it to you," and trial. 'I he hizhest marketIICWKI.L A fur jod wiu cently nml Colsc CO. I' whltocorn M 10 a m 10 ai p m 5 to p in Arr I'ant iMrTT cstabliilr.jet t and binoko opium almost assuming mi .ir of crushing supei iority, 38 Siunfrd K) Arr I.etirKton.. . t to p m 11 ik p m 0 jo p in treasurer. Kith a. vw. daily. One day ho rushed into tho place Jim walkeJ away. Texas Hiftings. .. It 90 a ai Lte I'ant 5 4' lm will do the sain? ( su p ra Arr Winchester. .'ia ' P m .... and biid. escitetlly: "Hip, loan mo 10. p m rr itiiiimoiiu JO ! m 7 l ngency, but ev To Ki'iiit-mlirMini Uj. Thanks. I'll come in nnd pay you toi3 Arr Lancaster. . I1 no p ml subject for pity, so p ml..,.. A young man of Aiiiminij had his Arr Stanford. morrow noon, if I'm alive," and out ho p""m t se Rp htiiond t LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY on tho $100 n 111 wont with tho money. About 11 o'clock picturo taken Tuesday, also ono of his Arr llerea M p in ... tho next afternoon a friend of tho gam- pointer dog. .Then he called on a j oung Arr Lexington Rcvernment ' .........1 i ' P wi bler diopix'd in on the Chinaman and lady, presented tho pictures, and asked THE LARGEST AND FINEST finder in tir N 11 ih lion tul. V. J. .Va. 1. No-J- i bafd: "IJIp, wheio is Ueorge today?" and her lo tako her choice. Sho selected the have di"of tho dog, and remarked that tho confiding Celestial wiped ltis eye p!ct-irHOTEL IN THE CITY. ..! !, I.ivim-ttof- l n with tho corner of his blousonnd replied: tits-- , would look at it and think of luiu. 'SP"---2i3' '05 " (Ga.) licco'dcr. Aniericus "George, him dead." Boston (llobe. r....... o( mod-em now; never. If you live to bo ten thousand yoarsold, you will never again know w much as you do now. No hoary headed sage, whoso long and studious years were sjwnt in reading men and books, over knew so much na a boy of your ago. A girl of 13 kimws about as much, but tlten tho gets over it sooner and moreeiwily. "Does it causo a pang, then, to get rid of early knowledge?" Ah, my loy, it does. Pulling oyo teeth and molars will seem like pleasant recreation alongside of shredding off great solid slain and layers of wisdom and knowledge that now presa upon you like geological strata. "But how aro you to get rid of all this wisdom?" Oil, easily enough, my boy; just keep on airing its'that's tho best way. It won't stand constant uso, and it disintegrates rapidly on exposuro to air. Iliirdetto in Brooklyn Eagle. super-Incumbent POWDER Absolutely Puro 1 JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY. CAPT. FRANK B.JILEY, PROPRIETOR Thoroughly Rxnovated and Refurnished, r'irtl Tim I1..U tier tiv.i . .. iri A 111.1 'tl iuiiiii f strength anil svholeso.nen u. More ec nominal class Kare and Reasonable Pri es. Day and night than the ordinary kinds and tJii nit he sold III Trains are met by I'olite Porters ot this I'opulai competition with the multitu de ol low tent, ihort House. ao;-t- f. weight alum or photphi'epon der Solil iinl) In caus row )KK CO iiuiAi. naNi.M.i ft iofi Wall ilttrt. New York A mail (Df lOtJISVUU WIWMBAWT CMimOJTiS NEW FAST MAIL Leaving Ikilh Established 1825. Attention, Coal Burners. FOR HTSTJIIAITOE THE keep on hand a No qmlitv of JellKo. Lily On Dwelling, rurnitiire. Stores, Merami Nut Coal in my jard I'.eave your ordert at chandise, Ai , apply to the old VardorS S Myen' store aud they will he attendTraveler Don't you see my hands aro ed to promptly. J II HIOCINS, Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. full and I can't get at my ockots? 6j Surford ky Solicitor I didn't intend to discomLightning clauses aitirhed and damages pild whether fire ensues or not. mode you, sir, when I spoko to you. If LICK IT. GEO H ilKl'CK, ARent, 17 you win ton mo where you keep your SURGEON' DENTIST. 1 1 LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Daily, Sennet to Trateleis, MOST RAPID ROUTE IIUKPMAN Kser attempted between the great commercial cities on the Ohn River and Chicago, and hence the fastest lime and most comfortable trains between all points in the South, or to the West and Northwest. I he counterpart of ihls train on alt trunk lines is denominated The Limited Repress, I he superb rolling sipck we cmplj) gives patroni money, 1 can find it myself Life. SrANruKD. KrNTt'CKY, Tim IjiI Kvru for Lri'itrii. Office touth tide Main. twoU'ori abate Depot St WOOD WALLAGE Unlimited Comfort "At all Coupon Ticket Olhces In the Soulll you will find our lime tables and tickets. Say Mix non, get Monon and suck to Monan, II ou want to save maney and have a pleasant Jniirnet. i: O. McCORMICK. For Sale Men's Outfittor A a fcjtj. Louisville, Kentucky. WALLACE ..... NEWCOMB well-knoe HOTEL. i g e ICE! ICE! ICE! Conts Pound, 0. MllOBERTS, si blood-purifler- ." se SB i ! ? 4j-t- 'I POSTED. J Ayer's Sarsaparilla, HALE'S WEIiL Season Opens June "So e- c THE MYERS HOUSE ' f, Aajfie Wayne ai .p WM. ADAMS SON, reli-iou- ij.iai.iaiiXjTOiN" 111 LEXINGTON, Pool and Billiard Parlors Stable J...i...i...i Kentucky Central (iUash ..,,, a ' R.R. Sl !.. a I a la-.- B m sw 1 sv v jt-a- m Cholera Cure! s j .. ' ZSTOTIOE. I. NQMU hjTWiEST ISi SUM Saturday, ' South-ltoun- I I i Mlffm in - wrfn 50-centwo-thirds l 5rmw mif Jmem r THE GALT HOUSE, ' -" I .S v dollars worth o' chickens die every year from Choi era. It is more fatal to chickens that all (other diseases combined. But tht discovery of u remedy imx. ppu!nrl cures it has been made, and to be con vinced of its efficacy only re juire i trial, a bottle is encugh hundred chickens. It is guar .intend. If, after using o' a bottle, the buyer is not thoiougM; satisfied with it as a cure for Chirker Cholera, return it to the undeisignec and vour money will be refunded fo-on- Thousands of , I ; !It V. lilted Large Li'ltrri. An Austin man wont to a marble hhop to order a tomlwtono for his brother who had tiled. "Do you wish largo or small letters upon tho stone?" asked tho man of tomb- stones. "Oh, large, by all means; my brother was very no.ir.MghU'd," was tlu reply. Texas Siflings. llonneU for llir. Husbanu You want a bonnet and I want a pair of trousers, and 1 havo only got ten dollars. Vi'ifo (sobbing) You don't supine I can get a bourn, t for ten dollars, do j ou? Clothier nnd Furnisher. No IV yesterday. Author(thoughtfully) Now, if I could only find out who bought theother copy! New York Evening Sun. -- fur tint lMllluii. Enthusiastic Friend Ah, how d'do, . Charlie? Gone into literatuie, I seo. Quite a book of yours. I bought a copy TURKISH RATES S2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORD- - J. T. STJTTON" & CO.,U7&ond HUSTONVILLE. KY. INC TO ROOMS. .V RUSSIAN IIATHS IN HOTKL Are still in the hiitlnrM mil read) to do any thing In the Undertaking luu We have a full ttnek of Cues and Ci.li t of all kinds nnd Koliri of every deicnpti in Our heurte, w hit h is nearlt retv tan ue ont.iiiieu un Hon nonce .Mr J II Oruun his charro of rur hiitinesi and will ahovt our Kooda to any one needing anything in out line 04-t- R. B. -- GEOGEGHAN, bUCCLSSOR IO- - f Kit Until KilitU. ID !E5 M'MICHAEL, I THE HATTER, CU 4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY ( SSS !'nii For by sale McRoberts .V St.ijc, Stsnfnrd The Nobbiest & Most Stylish ., 1 C4fo. rz.--. "W 1 "S.. as u.r 1 lOMPANr Stock of v Ac 1 fe. L Bwm. mtrrc. WiolA'Cream .... . riu.i x iiijurv.rcniovcsFrockLivor-Molea. 8f4H b.-- 6 urt i,ituivt . irep.irutiiiii.vt'iiiioiii n A few applications it ill render the most stubbornly red ekin soft, smooth and white. Viola Oroam is not a paint or powder tocovcr defect, but a remedy to curf . A Uonlblo I'o.sll.llll.t. It is superior to all other preparations, and Jliss Loudtone Shall I sinvj; something is guaranteed to giro satisfaction. At drug- - for you, Mr. Namby? gists or mailed for 50 cents. Prepared by Lady (at general store) I want a bird. Kam'iy I'd rather you wouldn't, Miss .Ss Gr. Clerk Yes' ms boiinet or dinner? Tho Loifdlone. This is tho anniversary o I ill, I, I'll. S"SJI. ny dear urothov's death. Yankeo Blade, Epoch. -; 1 for Sale ot MrRot.er ft ' plos, Tan. Black-Head- it' - - ' loa. s, Pim. Sunburn and ' lc"m'11 owning. May I bo nermitted to call n,'inin 't She Cortninly; bo Hiiro nnd como un the l.c.M centennial owning. St. Paul Pioiuer Press. . A Ciiiillul Iiitltntlini. lie, . Wo hao enjo-oa lowly d con- - HAT .ter broughi intluding the world-renown- to the city ot Louisville, now open 9, GB.'EAM sdb,M.Jiz X !' I 1 lH l IrWAHcSSarl I J' IF 1 KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS And alto my own unportatioii of English Halt and Cups Auelejant Iiim ol Canct nnd Ljon's Celebrated Umbrellat alviy 011 hand Fine i LEXIKGTOU.KY. timm C SEAL I SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, l C JJITTlVlrt a- CO., -- Gloves and other Tun, h erfatty Orders nut tilt of rilv tnltriff it. tvr(vr t. fi (Ik fir linr Pttiron. teed. Don't tail toordera NOililV HAT. 21 ly I points North, Last and West llirough ticket find Imggage checked ta any destination readied by a railrond. Kor lull particnlari addrett any agent ol the Co. IC. lorjiolnuonthaN N A M V I ram of tin. IMl'OKIANI S,""':liniiat Loxinsion. ntritc line now at .ind depart frniii the Central Union Passeiificr hlation Cintlnnttl. rnkiii connection ft,r ull I.ve Stanford T....1. 7 no a in I.ve I.anLMsier ') ' ' 7 40 a m Arr Ritlimond. r... y 45 in .....- Lte Rirhmond. a 40 l m 610 in Arr Winthettcr t t'i p in j 15 a nil Arr Paris . .. m 4io nm 74 I.ve Lexington 3 45 P in 7 00 a p in 4 I.ve l'aris p in 8 5) a m3 35 p in 4 1$ 4 I.te ralninulh a J jo p 5 07 p m 913 Arr Covington. J" P i lo 35 a m 7 j p m Art Cincinniiii 0 4t P " 10 45 a I"1 7 JSP m un tne.Maytville llranch, .Vo 9. testes I'arit a I 8 00, a and No. n, at 545, p ,n arrlvlnj a Maysvtl eat 10 j,. , m, ami 8 10, p m. No ic leaves .M.iy.tille at 5,15 a in, airivinj at I'arit at 7 4,am No u leaves Maystilli it in, Ad arrites.it Pins 1t 05. p Thete train are dail) eceit hundat. No 4j leaves LexmstJii 10 05 am; arntes I'ails 10 it am exvrpt .SuiiiIjv No 8 Irates Cincinnati 1 15 pm:arriti- - rulmouili 7optn: except Sundit No. 7leavetK.ilinoiitli 6 00 am; arrives Cmcln. natt7 55 am. except Sundav. No ,tj leaves 8 10 am; arrives 1031m m, Suiulat mil) N'..i j leases llmouih 4 S p m; ar,ttc 6 15 p in ; fundus only. Triln N'oti-- -- No t run. l.elnecii I.csing. 1011 and Cincinnati. u j run daily Letiveen Cincinnati and Lixiimion .Nut a mid 6 make connection at Winchester M JJi .... 111 111 ' 111 111 4 111 th i 11. I1ACON I ravtlinir 1'ati ,j Ait , Oen'l I'astVr AKt., Lexington, Ky. Covirctoii, Ky. H E II IN I IVO ION, Genenl Ma..ai;er. L..aiibcroftjtiiue-LI; I S.T. II..M0U.SK. .liRU o OKIICt-- . Cm' innull, O. M- -