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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889071601 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. ny-- i i - - TTH-- ; WW J" Semi-Weekl- y V0L.XVI1. DANVILLE. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, JULY -- 16, d889. NO. 45 BOYLE COUNTY. i LANCASTER. GARRARD COUNTY. 1 LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. IV On Thurwlay night nome onepoison MNi I.ulii lironMon is visiting M!s illy complain Our nieichants uni-u horse belonging to James llutucr, of enpuciall) sl'ow eolleo Juliet (Mil. .Mm. I)i. YV. fc. l'.lkin, who of dull trade and has been dangeioudy ill, is very greatly color, wlio lives near town, ami a, few tiot)t. The ainp niectlmr and Sam Jiiich .impioiod. Ur. Klkin wns telegraphed weeks atro one of his hogs was poisoned, One of the most important eases ills tookmanya Puivilllan to High llridg-- ' for to Atlanta and is now here. -- When tliu ease iu.iinit Col. John posed of in tho common pleas court hero TO- Sun.lnv. Mr. Win. Iicdfonl has sold his res - llyndcison. foi the shooting of Jesse lat week was that of John Woods' hehs taurant to Lucas A; Scott, who will ope- - Nnallwood, was billed last Niturday, he "gainst the Pitman Co.il Co. and others, waived examination am) was held in Judgment in favor of defendants. rate it under the above name. -h- omo wretch with vile purposes In IlobeitMiii, who has been bond to appear before circuit com t. Mr. A. . . . .... ........ tiliifi.nl n utii.il rtill .m i i ...,., tin. tmnf .. ... it wnen ..i .i l um; was a nappy n.iy inr an nunv a sullorer irom riietiiiiaiisui Improved sullieieittly to the levenue boys met with their chief. at the north eml of the switch at Wil months, has VIA- j llronston, at Sluikcrtown liainsbiirg Thurstlay night, but fortunatetravel and Is now in tho Kist. train had not gained and (surprised him with the presentation ly the !tov. F. J. Oht--k, pastor of the l'rv b en jr.mt - .of n Hue gold watch and chain. His Hiilllcieiit headway to be thrown from byterian eliutch in Paris, has and is spend- - ohiuf deputy, Capt. W. S Milller, origina the track when it struck it. oil a vacation bv Ins il There was more preaching in Loning a part of It here with Ins mother's ted the .scheme, but was himself more don Sunday than has been here in one astonished than Ills chief when the "revfamily. OJV In Inst Fiiday's issue ourreport read enue boys of Mei cor" presented him dav for some time. Dr. A. C. Graves, a that Hon. M. J. Durham would speak at with one of the hamhomast canes ever Uaptist minister of Lebanon, preached where ho has been in the when made. Mintonvlllii on Monday, July Charles W. Sweenev tiled of apo- - conducting a seiies of meetings for tliu Monticullo for that it (mould have read day and date. Ho is not hilled to speak ' ple.xy, in his IlMh year, at his homo in past week; Ilev. 0. F. Duvall occupied this city, .Mturday morning at 7 o'clock. tlie pulpit at the Methodist church and at Mintonvillo on any date asyct. .Welsh, r., have For several weeks he had been complain Hitler Stephen Collier preached at the Mr nnd Mm. (t. W been conllned to their beds and rooms piitinlug of headache, which ati'cctcil Reform church. There was also quarterfor tliu pist week, but are improving at him only slightly sometimes, but at oth- ly meeting at the colored Methodist nt this time. Mr. Welsh is one of our ers very severely. It was regarded as u church. --J. W. Woodall, who stabbed Hob oldest citizens ami busbies men, and troublesome case of neuralgia, until when he received a Uarus and his sou a few weeks ago, was Ins enlisted the interest of Thursday hisillnosi Special through, Sleepers, stroke (torn which he recovered for only tried before Judgu Maker Saturday and of every one. in and a few hours, 'then the second onu came held iii . i bond of iioo for his appear- Coaches, I1 1 p. l'otit thieves am numerous around Danville nt till seasons of the on producing death in a few hours. His Tickets year, but just now they have assumed ' funeral was preached by F.lder J. C. five Mulling good the taste of an aesthetie.il nature and ill Frank nt the Church at :i 'M v. in., Sun-lo- Itockcastle circuit court. Jess by S. Shouse, of conveniently located to day, nfttr winch his remains wero bur-g- o was also arraigned before Judge Maker no now cm the Mine day churned with breach of the Co.' s Agt. over unmolested. This has occurred quite led in bineastor cemetery. The of late, especially in the yards sion was one of the lament we have ev peace ami carrying concealed weapons. ever Bee iilnnt. Fourth street. Thev at Hrst took er seen. Charley has been associated in Five dollars for the first offense and $l'y be Sleeping space once to only the blossoms, but afterwards were business with Ins father for a number of nnd 10 days imprisonment for the Utter S. G. A., adon B. Morse, wn, the judgment of the court. Jesse not content without possessing both yearn unil was a successful nnd popular T. Agt., IF. M. they ' """ V.& He was a good citizen u meichant. 'n "root and branch." It has not been K" "agin" him. ami faithful husband and father, --The buildings of Hon. M. J. DurHis wife and two children, who are long since he returned from Frankfort, and Mr. 11. K. Simiiel, on llro.ul ham A Tribute. About one o'clock last Thursday two have the! way, are Hearing completion and will be overwhelmingly distressed, Dr. John A. Mogle, the accomplished additional ornaments to that street, sympathy of all. Any attempt at com- - thieves entered the houseof DaviiUiray-fortmcitizen, the genial wonls, at a time like this, must heal, a wealthy citizen who lives one teacher, the upright which is one of the prettiest in Danville indeed, but otn best is to oin- mile west of tow ii, ami stole $50. Only companion,...the ready writer, is no more. . The addition to (Jilcher's Hotel ami the he noor . .. ....... t rr'!.,. i.'.ii.iinti a . l.n tt.iiniMi. a litlln mllinr "y I). and I). Institute building are Hear- mend them to the (iod who,e ways re one of them entered the house at tirst which Was matured b" Will 111 Its tllf.lll- ,Im tri.'.l tn S...1I .Mrs. ur.ijiie.u n uook, , , . ing completion. When the (Mlchor ad- nil was of pleasantnesand whose paths' " -" he soon iliscoveie.l that lie was i '"'t"V "'"".' with n-' complete it will stand second to are all paths of peace. M.iv the Got I of dition is unflng- s 'loimhingmatuPty her so thnt then, as thev "lacked, which p.tv and all gr.u-- eomf-.inu hotel in the. Mate, outside of Iiuis-vtllloyalty, luw laid aiJe his pen for ' -- lie immediately left the hoi be nnd ratl hib lay their widowed and orphaned head's ami Lexinirton. to where the men were at work ami she tl't rest which renin inet h to the people upon their pillow -- Mr. 1M Hughes, of Paris, is oil on a in ---saw another man enter the house iust as of od. His wns indeed a pen that was vacation and is at Ins mother's in this ORCHARD CRAB she left. When Mr. (iniybenl returned mfclttier than the sword. Pure English city. Dr. Mc.Murtry will not k" to lou- Hnvored by keen wit, both of fact and Another ball nt Dripping win. Hhothiows had gone, but had robbed fancy, marke.l his weekly contributions isville to live, as was stated in a former ' - AT him of about SW. A man named N. ' letter, hut will continue to reside in Dan- - i.Nttunl.iy ami raturday night. .. .... i.. ..i.!...i.... ..i Ji'iikiii"- wius iiriesiuti.1 niiiniuv amii to th IxTKiiiou Jih'hnal: and the sheet Tlll'l-- U11.S 111 tlllVti ll.'l'll II pnxait T"o .ill., nil. llllllillli U ll:lll of it. Mr.1 ' ill jail and there is, stiong evi with its fainilin.- siLMiatnies of Falstail'. c.,.' l..fi fnr,.n..xien.led business ,, leine . it Hrow n Si.rm.. s.itnr.b.v. l.ut it (juito ami others, was n welcome visitor ' I1!s .dlM,C0 of ,,irt " trp in the Smth. on Sunday night, in was stopped bv the nun. to have been at many a fireside. To ay that its own -- ouilo nn intereMim? debate took " ti... ..,...r...i nt a Vew York house, which with him. They are both tough custom- editorial merit was not onbaneed by the ho has represented foi the p.ifrt two or place at the T. Mc Holmes Hustoinille column would be to detract atunluy night on the subject, "Is Pio- - ers and any lommunity would do well to from the influence of its faithful correshree years get rid of the in. , hibitioti the Most Wa to Control the Prof. Win. Yerkes, of Paris, is isit-pondent. relitives in Danville. Mr. II. I. ipiorTralhcas Conip.ued with High nt arms (or Illy P,n.vl Frimary Election by Ballot to Nominate is able to attend to his duties in ceiiie0" The allirmative won, according Pllo; "'l t 1'" ''i'1 ,' w,"-'- w,t, Democratic Candidates. the drill' store, after quite a painful ill- - ' to the decision of the judges. Sune The Democratic Coiintv Co.nmitteo iinisiijr to olwru his surplice " ness. Col Joo Moore, f the Advocate, Chappell spoke on the negative, A. II. exclinnge of , after months of such met puMuant to call on Saturday, Julv went to High Mridge Sunday to see Sain NoaUs, It. L. Davis and W. K. Muchan-Jonean.l resolved that a piiniary eleJ- - civilities (or hostilities) they met for the mill, the "pullets" and "Falcon's" ax on the allirmative. Chappell was as- tion be held on the third Saturdav in tlrst time at the man iage feast of his on w.is to bo siitcd by John WanxMi and Mr. Truin- 11' stepdadder," which de October next to sWt nominees for' the Milium. What, or whom, he expected . "irilded" on tlint day. Mr. Samuel O. bull. , ... vntm . .Inr lit I . in mivl in RT uni um ....... ... , l.t.ft ...l.l. ...Itll .. I m .t.n ....... ..v... .v . .... .11.1 . illMiL.tl win Mini mill"' n " .in. ami .ill's, ii. . .u. vj iirynn. 01 nnnntl' n""-nn. M Mojle, of the Kentucky Stock Farm, of womler amlwi h August election after that date. A poll hu.nor Lexington, make his usual Sunday isii Mai.fo.xl. aro the gucts, of Mr. W. 11. nnt.ve gallantry declare.! he had Dilllou. (en.O.ii.o was visiting Mw. shall be opene.l at eve.y voting place i to Danville on the lull. Ice n much olde. woman flie subtle Cctheiine McAlhter. MNs Dora Wil- - the county except in two Stanford pro- - 1'" , Ikht has bpcu The Sullivan-lCilrawill bo taken at one voting jcoiiipniuem i.v... iu uvi mum ... u..-Is Miss Irene Dillion. Mr. cincts. which the theme with men and bos for .. two more t. t . .... 1. nlii'ii In Im IimIiI !it tliu eniirt.bnnsK- - Tlui hiiuuestiou coitlil only have emauateil . "-- VUV " --..,1.1 ,,.. 1 in... umninii-iuiii- ui evil et- weeks p.ist. and to illustrate the .. it.i.iMii.. vote shall be ii.v ballot iiiiii shall iuiii- - -finnisneli :i licntt as Fnlstull 's. Ho had nn,.iim- 1JI . '" I01.M1 fectsofsuchth.ngsiliion.yiieceirjio Iliiitlii. ,,.,, inii ,.,, ... .1 "I uill '.. ill I in Ctlliin iimlr, 1Wl MIUll li Inn. null as n wiitrr. .ii.il ..v ,.. .. 1.1..1 . . - ... hntin .uiss .uimue iiiuui.ih, ui nun I llt II Sllltie IIISUIIIUU, III muni t nu i'iiii was the Democrats and did not llnd her --V..1 una. is the guest of Mrs.. LA. New land. the ifgiilar elections. ,iu...lv 11 nn.l ...i. i... ""-"1gist of his praise. The Inst aiticle lead ....... mill two nlecPn. , from minors of uemociatie iirociivuies, wno .. , years, desired to meamre strength, w lion Mrs. W.T. . by her honored father on the day that l.oiiisMlle, are at ttie Spntigs. lioth will attain their niajonty by the next n third pauy bought a belt for which August election, shall be allowed to vote, he bieatlied out his life, was Falstall's Wax Gums. iiml Diipiug they were to liirlit. so on lat Friday at Crab Uichiitd bprimrs cleier paragraph narrating this little inand the names of the oters shall be arranged for springs have a goodly nunibei of guedts noon, all tliins.1 hud been cident of his meeting with Sappho. The s The in a ' ring had been and tlie festivities of the season aio fairly I. the "mill." A must be sealed and delivered by the last net of that life was to throw the uuiler headway. hi.dont, refeiiees. sponois and and lie down to take the rest which clerks of tho election to the county II. C Wajienand Mro Montgomery tliovii, the oung gladiatois rest eteifollowing .Monnay, in one brief limit, proved to be to the waist, j.nd at dashed swords on the roMunn here .mm chairman ly tlie appeared stripied mil. nrdiiv. Dick wasnleasantas vou nlwise when the ballots will bo counted and llfqui-- j Falstafl Meloved and laint Inn nil of time went valliantiv into tlie did not wit - ' ''"1 mIioiu-.- his conlldenceiu the success the .esiilt dechned by the committee. ocat m hv trriio. fll.t Your eorresnondeiit ... ..!..... ... ...1.....! T. 1). Nuwi. vm), Clin. ' w 1..1. nuu, ness the combat, but learns fiom a spec - "' uw principles nu maimams, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. only a ghost of a ' II. Mitow x, Secy tutor that it would luuo been a fight to Mro. Montgomery, with The test salsein the world for cuts, rutsei, sores ulcers, salt rheum, fever ores,tetter,chap. linn a P Wnrrnn the finish" had not the pioprietorof the chance, with the piocpective nominatiiM . .1 . all sMn m.ow ,, ralie ...nun. v..fo,......VI. candllUlte nepreniWe, mil ped hands, ihillilauis corns and no pay erup-- . premises appeared and put an eml to hos- - 01 a rcpiiu.icausolueiime,.,I..n.H . .... ...if.. .. that .. U..........1 11... t. I. If.. It.... lUniand positiwl) cures piles, or nns.ni.ii ni ,CiV.attliefollowmi mneianO 11acc lllUHil wns1""" ..!...... tilitles We aiO tolll Ii is t;uirantecd to Kise perfect satisfaction, , Tuctiluy ittli; Hiiuin' True 15 cents per box drawn by one of thoJinitators; thut- - temperance element of the republican-or money refunded stock M.V)uouil, Wedneml.iy, July 171I1. o uiuik inai Kor salehv A Ii. l'eiin, Stanford, Kv thev foi- -ht with ileteiuiination ami aie party iwnioins very iow,. 181)1; Itimiic'. school House, hursda), Jul Hubble, KriJaj, July 191I1; not yet Mtislied, so had arranged torn Dick, though he has no wings lolly with, Worth Knowing. meeting Satunlav. If Saturday's light will get theie all the same. One thing is M. Kinney, Saturda) , Jul) totli; GlassMr. V, II. Morgan, merchant. Lake Cit, Fla. Groceries, although an assumption of MilleitKCMllv, Saturday, July 37th; came oil' we have not heiinl of it. The certain, that was taken uith a setercCold, attended with a disI'ri.ichcrsvillc, 011 Saturday, Austist jd. Confections, tressing Cough and run nun; into Consumption In names of the bojs are reseived that they angelic purity belongs to the prolubs, At a o' tloiL . M at each place its tirst stages. He tried man) so called popular serious encoun the all are no inoi'e or no le.sn than men. tune uill be divided Mt!i other cundidatci far mav not have even mote Cigars, 'Tobacco. de-- I the office coush remedies and stcadiU grew worse. Was . ters with their respective parents, Vet The main point is not to meet the ! reduced in ilesh, had difficulty in breathiiie and maiiils of unguis, but of men, with the When the (milliter's rnn h.11 tailed they richly deserve Hogging. was unable to sleep finilly tried Or. Kinc's New H,. What (hall uiAe it fair asaln? good and bad mixed us we tiud them Discovery for Consumption and found immediate When the f.ico tth pain it haileil Mt7SALEMr vam? about a half dozen bottles What shall drive awa tlie relief, and after ustni that i best for man. Dick made friends Main and Somerset Streets. P. Cleric. N'over shall a hlimom brishteli ' found himself well and has had 110 return of the here. After blighted bs the fruit. Menitet S. Tinsley died of Mr. disease. No other remedy can show so gtand a load ui pain nuuy Itshtcn, Hut the Discovery for And c need not count at lott the residence of Mi. Tol rccordof cures as Dr. Kniii's Ne Tlie lectin! of railroad construction C.uirantccd to do just what Is nil the plcnsure of life uhcii thtife and ir other, Consumption linns, near Mt. Salem, on the l.itli. It' shows 1.110 miles of new main-lintrack chimed for It trill bottle free at A R. I'enii)' upon whom the happiness of homo so larjjely ilo had reached the ripe age of 70 or more lmjlt jn (u. ,llht B1X 1(,nt.rt 0f tlih year peiids, is ntliictcd with th diicate disruves pecu- DrufStor-years ami was man of strong convic- - ju tJu, VmUl .stcs against L'.DSO in the tar to women It Is terrible to contemplate the Electric Bitters. misery enUtlnj In our midst because of tho tinns and posesseil several prominent t.rm.)omimg penod of last year This niucdy is btcomui,' so well known and so of these diseases It Is h h time that all iiiuiiilir as to nied no sntcl ll inintiiin All who truits, nmong whic.li wero his poweiful A Muhlenberg man is dying fiom ln the same mmiC of faculties and a very retentive the Oireils of blood poiMinillg' piodlieed nomenthouiakiio th.titioMl.oneiiire remed) lIuCU8eil Klcctrlc ltlm-observing ., Von. fro...' his toe pr.l.c A purer medicine ,loos not extst and I, is memory. About the year 1SI0 he wns a l,V tho removal of TIlO amputation of his leg Wil- teSOItcd rsientuilf upon you. Wurditofl b) the ue of jtu irantcid to ih all that i claimed I.Uctric partner In a nourishing tailoring estab.1 mn.......... ruiiiBuy l, .iui ill, .1ll j. iiwu) li.ciPi Hitters will cure an uiscisi'soi 111c. i.nvr ;iuu iviu- . si.inu.iro ... .... l0 llllll. llllt WltllOlU a V.UI. ..... l,n ,,, ,,. .. i mat. hi lh. .... ilflllu ,..,,. rumoc ... . Holls. isalt Hlicuri and .... 1I.H ...v v... iv... 1'iiiipli.s. ! lishment in Stunfoid. Ho lost his wife V'n -' . . is guaramceu 10 jn lasonte rresciption l'u'gs iiiiil chickens are too valuable to ,.' sfaclion ago and not being a good tase. orinoney p.uu lor it wil otmr nunciiuni luunn ..) .u..u.v; mum.- - . ... several ycais be t etiirncd, ilriso Malin.i from the .i.tun and nrintnt to waste when financier thu lust yearn of his life ho was be allowed to go cure is bold ami finutei'af ncure nt es.r. warrant For biliousness, nek headavhe. indiK..stton. and well as cure- all aiauri.ii ... .....1 ....... .....tlllllTllMfWIU ... ..... cliicken cholera 111! nu .ill I ....... v. in veiy reui.u lUadaclic, Constipation and Indication Irj Klec- iStn :. jicHolierfn ? take I)r Tierce's IVIlet. KEKT SI'KCIFIC cure all blojd disoases, such as Scrofula, Ulcers, I'.inples. Ulcerated Throat, Tliu ......I Willi .1... l.nul ftiniilinu" . aurautwd or White ctwellin, Spliihtic diseases In uil its st.iiits. Xerosis, Ac. l'i ice jii per bottle. - -trie lllturs. Unlirc satisfuition (OlilieciMii ...t.l. HI" I I hRS is the most pie i..n t to uke of all the Iron auiic. It cures Dyspepsn II A VIS' IllOX Price 50c and i per liottlc You Cannot Afford iaonoy rofunded The Pride Of Won," . county and respected by everybody. it nles a ketn appetite, curichs the ultoJ, rsuiatcslhe li r and linprts neu energy to the inusclus, GRAND EXCURSION CENTRAL R. t ; ii JXTiL&k.ez&k,r&k. . - niii-fw- north-boun- d x-- j KENTUCKY R. court-hous- e, "J, $10 Ten Dollars Round Trip. chair Cars and Don $10 tii-lit- , ! beZuiTio w j proecs-frequentl- y , I j 'lly "" gen-lovin- g Elegant Palace trains without change leaving Lexington ni., arriving at alls 'Homin. mSecial Reduced Hotel Rate. dans. Excursion under auspices of the Ladies of Broadway for Mrs. J. Christian Church Lexington, personally conducted Route of trip through Cincinnati, in charge. the with a Line. popular should made at and Chair Car Application for Cincinnati, 0. For particulars call P. or F P. A., Lexington. or E. If. Bacon, 0' Bryan, dress g -' ... . . ' l ' e e t d friu-n.ene- ... ." i.,-....- .. - ' lorn-lino-s - t. 1 SUMMER GOODS T. R. WALTON'S I ii. . ' ' I'l.v, school-hou-- e Li-in- g ' pn"t e , j -, - ' .ii. - ,,.,,. 111 1 White Mountain Cream Freezers. Extracts for Cream, $c. in 1 1 , ''"" "1 ' 1.- -, ".'' - - - --" .;"""""" - 11 gray-haire- il M ASOH'SbWZEE - TOP FETJIT JARS Sealing and Jar poll-boo- ballot-boxe- bottlo-lii.U-- rs -' Scythes, Snaths and Whet Stones. ' - nt--- ! . 1 . ' ' ,"'"'"M ' ' I . 1 11 11 1 ... ' Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stook. Regular embraces iiii.iiii'iiii"i reiiuir-led- ! School-Home- 1 j Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, ware, Queensware, ' T. WAILTOIT, ' ' J. Rurlou, v, ' , e . - - 11 I , -- r - ft?. ' 11 - . 111 crj 11 '- . - ' The Great Remedies 111 ix-r I .1 - 1 I v I . .. 111 - VsslHtllilt Secretin BllSSy llllS de- - his a jicmsiouer the amount upecified contract regardless of tho amount of pen 111 elon granted, provided the fee is not of that allowed by law excess fiom tiuiu that an attorney can iccoverI., ' ' good re, liabludUrrhieallili.iin In the hmise, as cramps- stum. cvllc,diarri.ciii.iia..ii nch and bowels, nc exceidtnjly dangerous If not 0lw bcUlt. of e Jg,. iiUeldeiI 0 M aiKe iiroea ,,im w(ii do mro gojd in cas ut 'fh kind thin any olh.r iiiislieinuon'carlh. Wo sum A. u. l'cn..y, At this season of the ) ear to lie w Itlioul ,. Dr..i. iiinji iiui II I SlllllS licttl and nurous sssimii I'rlce $1 A cleir pearly and transparent skm is ahvajsa OA I I.II'K'S WORSI SVRUr is mad of the lnt worm killers ar J expcllers known to t!i. mr.l. trouhlod with sign of pure blood, and all Why la It leal profession and tmrefore rnconimeud itslf It is pleasant to take, sife and reliable. I'm. c 35 dart, greasy, olU or Uouhtd skin can rest alu.iy; ..mills1tinrv IUT Vlflltltr. luiijer nluii ...... r .:. ... iiwi iln'.n- MAONr.lIC 1'Il.I.S for all User Cinplalnts, Implied I)lt,'sUonTSllr jllcadichcls ll. nlnu.l tired helm, One II , 15A1'I.IKF'S XT. JJ- - - .. W.l P ,7if, ft I.Lnl, jiake'r'iTlT.. A,,...,.ilii,ilr l'nri. c.lltl Her boi. ... .. .,..Mlmif,ii.turid and tor sale to the trailu by the cause anu mc sum v.n nwum clsaraiid n(K' Hlomt I'unllfr and lllood Maker 111 tu- taove nut Iry It. ana 11 wusiaciion ' tnitKiiari-ii-t '" warranto It will coit you K, IVunj. urujaut .i.i. irin ..t i... ! ;..,,.. .bt T S'l rjw ?utt: IwS vw f.tt' '"' WH.U.13IS21UUO DRUG CO., WHHnmsburS, Ky. W. II. Sherman, lJuflalo's largest Tub prohibitionists are circulating with great avidity n report that Mr. War- grain dealer, has fraudulently obtained ren lias boon foreeil to withdraw from $2,000,000 and gone to Canada. Wiley Matthews, tho escaped tho canvnsd and tlint another man will Stanford, Ky., July 16, 1889 bosubstitutcd for him. There never wn leader, is reported to have! killed two men in Arkansas, Thursday. unreamore brazen and n bolder-faceJ. B. Thompson's distillery at liar-- : sonable Ho than this. Tho democratic W. P. WALTON. partv is in entire sympathy with Mr. rodsburg has jut closed down alter Warren, who is not only in tho race to making 5,000 barrels or about L'oO.OOO DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 8tav, but to WIN. Tho "I am holier gallons AT-Wanamaker proposes a rate of a than thou" crowd should remember that r State Treasurer, words for telegraph service while there is no special commandment cent for ten STEPHEN O. SIIAKI'E. as to prohibition, there is one expressly for the government. One cent n word against lying, and that they should not is now the rate. TOR STATE JRNATOK, Wm. Wedimiton, colored, was hung let tho wish be father to the thought that OK HOY1.E. I. J. BRECKINRIDGE, till at Charlotte, N". C, for the murder of a Mr. Warren will not stay with them the cows come home. He is making policeman. A son of tho murdeied man For Hepreenttiv, Lincoln County, votes dailv and is iroinir to be elected as witnesed the execution RICHARD C. WARREN. n Mr. .lames Hobbitt, an old and sure as the oth of August comes. Lincitizen of this county, died nt his coln will then have a representative worWe to When Sullivan reached Nashvillo on thy of her and one whose ability and in- home near the Flat Lick church on the. his way from the fight, a squad of police- tegrity will count for tho good of tho (ith. Somerset Reporter. t General As Augustus Iloecnberc murdered Mis. men wero on hand to arrest him. Ho State nt largo in Smith and two of her children and seri showed fight at first, but a pistol or two sembly. Hurrah for Dick! pointed at his carcass quieted him down ously wounded two others, at Iloston, It is given out from tho Commission- and while escaping from the scene of the and he was taken to the calibooie. The arrest was made on a telegram from the er's otlico that hereafter that otfieial will tragedy, met death in a most peculiar Goods; Clothinii, Boots, Shoes, To Caps, governor of Mississippi, who offered a make assignments of storekeepers and manner. c., Habeas Kaugers himself instead of delegating it $1,000 reward for tho slugger. A New York, doctor, intent upon corpus proceedings being at onco institu- to the collectors. So far so good, but suicide, swallowed enough morphine to ted by Sullivan's attorneys, ho was soon tho further statement that he is going to kill two or three men, and then took released on tho ground that ho wsis ille- assign them to districts other than those notes of his condition and feelings for gally held, the oflense of prize fighting in which they reside or from which they the next twelve hours, until, finally, he being simply a misdemeanor and not ex- were appointed is going to cause some had to blow his brains out to complete the job. traditable. Kilrain came near being ar- old fashioned kicking. people possessed Mason, Hoge & King, of Frankfort, good rested in another State, but gutting wind Editors Stovall, Given and Duncan were awarded the first two miles of the of tho attempt he and his party took to both Klizabethtown, chargare under arrest at We the woods and eluded the officers. Ac- ed with endeavoring to excite mob vio- L. X., bevond Cumberland Gap, which to stock is in next tunnel. The cording to the Mississippi law prize lence bv giving expression to public includes a Complete. fighting is punishable by fine of not less opinion, which is almost unanimous, S miles went to McGrann, a Pennsylva than SoOO or more than $1,000 or confine- that Will Stowers murdered his young nia contractor. The work is to be finishment in jail a year, or both, but as Gov. wife. The trial is set for next Kridav, ed in seven months. The members of the G. A. K. threatLowry permitted his birds to escape froip but it is likely nothing will be done. bailiwick, he can hardly expect more The public is decidedly with the edit- en to abandon their encampment at his Milwaukee because the railroads won't now than a little advertising of hiuisel' ' carrv them there for next to nothing as ono of "them fellows what locks up a M. SALINGER, Tiincaseof Wieklifie's executors vs. It's hard to convince these fellows tlint Main St., stable after the horse has been stolen." Breckinridge's heirs, after being in the tlicy don't own the railroads as well as While entertaining an opinion, form- courts for 70 years and costing half n the'rest of tliocomitry. rE. P. Allen, a Hip Kauris City ed by a study of the question from (ww Irrm and Steel Company, million dollars, was Saturday decided by obtained by a trial of tho several the Fayette court in favor of the heirs. t Cleveland, O., has been sold to an En-- mnher, bad his ,.Up of Imppimx some being wrwd with tht methods, that there is n more practical Disputed land titles caused the suit. The ' SVndieate for HoOO.OOO nnd negoti-- ! wlmt dashed bv way of dealing with tho whisky question result adds further proof to other expe- - ntj08 arn now being made for the pur- - papers for breach of promise ami sedm Ijiui-.- i n than by prohibition, we have no fight to riences that it is best to give up a good chase of the H. H. Warner proprietary tion suit brought by MUs for $oO,KK. just as he was about be- deal than go to law. make against anyone who honestly medicine plant at Rochester, X. Y., the to wed Miss Virginia, daughter of Conlieves to the contrary. It is not the proprice asked being S3.000,000. He didn't tell his The Lebanon Enterprise is moved to hibitionists we are righting in this camMrs. Murphy died suddenly nt gressman Riddle. remark that a genteel cowhiding would Birmingham from pains in the stomach, bride and tWe ceremony proceeded. paign, but the party which is parading under that name a party winch is not frequently do some judges n great deal of nnd n post mortem revealed more than a FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. only arraigned against the one to which good. Lookout, liro. Hill, Judge ltoyil pound of wood pulp and 13 yards of is down that way and may think you1 we owe allegiance, but which inculcates cloth, in pieces, in it. Physicians say J. E. Bruce bought of DanStagg. Jr., doctrines entirely repugnant to our have personal reference to him. He that the wood is from the tooth brushes U"J ewes for $50. , mind woman suffrage and the disfran- might as well indict you for that as any-- she chewed up in dipping snuff, but they A Bourbon farmer raised 3tK) measthing we live said about him. chisement of voters, who are so unfortufor the cloth. are at a loss to account ured bushels of wheat on S acres. nate ns to he uneducated. We are not The delivery of new wheat has beIn addition to Walker Landrnm at NEWS CONDENSED. d gun and the grain is very fine. fighting temperance or temperance men. Lancaster, Collector Burnnm hasappoint-eIn Lewis county Edward Hawley hogs, but we do and shall continue to fight the deputies as follows: Ben C. Neal, in J. P. Rogers boughtin Scott prohibition party with the same earnest- shot hiuiself dead. F. V. Logan, nt Somerset, SO to lis pounds in weight, at 4 to ij. Estill conntv. Near l'uducah a vicious sow killed a Sam Knsh. Perrv county, and Reuben ness we have always fought, the repubEight hogsheads of Ow en county little child of C. B. Kobinson. lican partv. Patrick, Magoffin county. The salary of bacco sold t $10.75 to i.lH in LouisHarrodsburg has indefinitely postthe office has been decreased from $1,300 ville last week. Ir people are ever excusable for tak- poned her waterworks proposition. H Christian county man lias made a to $0,000 per annum. The applications . J.U4A 3 JL. d ing the law into their hands, surely vJ C James Bridgeford, aged 82, for years for V contract to sell his wheat crop minor positions number over 1,000. of Charleston, S. C, would be if a leading Louisville those is dead. merchant, Register IDiRITQ-GrlSat 70 cents delivered. they would take murderer McDow and &D Tennessee broke the necks of two of A tramp went to the house of Misses Bourbon county suffered a severe break his cowardly neck. Not content her murderers Saturday, both colored. Angelina and Stella Cnndiff, near Somer- storm Friday night, which did great with making himself generally odious Three prisoners were roasted to DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, since his farcical acquittal of the assassi- death by the burning of an Oregon jail. set, nt night, and when one of them damage to com and other crops. went to the door he struck her in the The ten nice yearling mules sold by nation of editor Dawson by his brazen The French celebrated the lOOth anFANCY ARTICLES, &0. air and threatening words, he has begun niversary of the fall of the Bastile Sun- face with a rock tied in a bag, breaking Squire Williams to W. O. Talbott have her nose. Her cries and that of her sis- been resold by the latter to J. B. Parkes I'hyilcianipreicnpiioi.t of the widow of day. a series of persecutions accurately compcuniltd neighbors and the scamp for $050. Richmond Register. the man he slew, which further proves Barney Gibbs, a brakeman on the ter aroused the sold to McCormack Bros. was frightened off. Since then two susA. D. Root liis craveu nature. If half the reports of t &. N. was crushed to death at Horse picious characters have been lodged in 05 good ewes at I! J cents. T. J. Hill sold his actions are true, the South Caroline- - Cave. to same parties 00 head nt $X'M and L. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, an8 will be false to their manhood if John W. Cobbs has been appointed jail for the offense. L. Dawson 00 same to same parties at LJ they permit the miserable scoundrel to Surveyor of Customs for the Port of CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. To the People of Lincoln County. cents. further molest tho helpless family of his Stanford Roller Mills have secured Ever Iroushi to thit maricct I'ruci lower lhn As you know, my father, J. A. Bogle, victim orajr his pntred carcass in the The Consolidated Oil Co., at St. Joe, It the lowest. Watchci, Clocki and Jewelry He. was elected by you in August, 1SS0 all the wheat they want at present. presence of decent people. Mo., lost $75,000 by a fire started by paired on ihortnoilcr and warranted. iSf1 county for was a mistake about Stipt. Potts buying school commissioner for this J ff Jl lightning. Because the railroads would not fall a term of ifour years, ending August 0,000 bushels from Hon. John D. Harris, Tom Marcum, Indian Inspector, down and worship or rather haul the G. 1890. He lias recently died and an elecof Madison county. has been relieved and will return to A. R. for next to nothing, the grand motion Is now ordered for the 1st Monday The Lebanon Enterprise kijs Tom gul of that republican attachment, has fill the vacancy of on year Mnttingly bought 21 head of mules for Several lives were lost in a flood in August to issued an order that none but delegates the sugar market of w. u. Jnruoenijuo; caused bv a cloud burst at Fort Uobin' thus created. ntti.ml flu. nnnmil unci- won1 Mt Mil Willi- I am assured by gentlemen of the legal :! of Joe Avritt at $150nnd 17 of Wilson Dealer In ,,,rili'kakee, thereby shutting the roads out of "on that I am eligible to theoflice. at $147.50. Wfin IlUI'llS, the negro who helped Profession .,..,.l ,U !.,. ilti.W, fl,n,. ,.,;,,),( I,..vu ,rnt.tn Tli.. as a ....v HIU ill,...' a....v is. . Several years ago a Fayette county a white man at Iuka, Miss., was I1 have liad four years' experience G. A. H. may own the government and kill te.icher. nnd. indeed, on account ot my ninn had '24 'sheep killed by dogs, which hanged by a mob. its treasury, but we are glad to note that failing health. I llavo had com caused him to enter a resolution to kill STANFORD, ICY. The hanging of Dawes, the uxorcide father's tho railroads do not bow yet to their au.It. e.xpepem-x-- , n ,.i " . nioiul every canine that caiW in his way. Up niuie at Birmingham, has been postponed thority, though it is no telling how soon ing him, in the practical duties of com to date he has slaughtered over '.W. pending an appeal. 1 hope, we nil shall have to, if its presumption is I have several black Berkshire shoats Kent The earnings of the Queen it Cres- missioner. I may, therefore, not checked. be competent males and females, w hich I offer for sal without egotism, claim to cent fell off Sl.1.000 in June and a reducto fill tho office without discredit to my- as breeders. They will weigh about CO The Covington Commonwealth gets tion of force has been ordered. pounds now, nre thoroughbred nnd are At Iuka, Miss., a mob took Prince self or to the people. after our dear old Polk in this wise: " Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and 1 beg to announce myself as a candiUndertakers' Stock is as handsome as anybody's. J. Plain. "The editor of the Capital announces Luster, n negro ravisher, from jail and full and complete. We call special attention to our FraL-r'Imp. Maori broke tho fill out my father's unexpired Nick date to hung him in tiie public square. that 'when he has anything to say ho I mile record of 1:40 at Chicago by doSylvester Johnson, of New Haven, term, and I do so in this way because speaks right out in meeting.' To those cannot go to you personally to solicit ing it in 1::W 4 5, tho best time ever made who know Grandpa Johnson this state- one of Kentucky's best and your vote, nor would you, 1 am sure, in u race with horses, Ten Broeck having The best Casket of the kind ever invented. ment is entirely unnecessary. He no men, died in Louisville Saturday. be tru- run it in l:"0j in a race against time. In Boston Dr. W. P. White shot his wish to have me do so. I should only speaks out in meeting, but if there Horace Miller sold 2,000 bushels of Embalming under the most approved method when desired. and grateful to you for permisis no meeting he will call one, and if an wife and committed suicide, because he ly proud dur- wheat to G. W.Judy, of Millersburg, desion to act as my father's successor J. 0. McOlarj-- , Salesmen and Embalmer. audience is not obtainable he will crack cliargeU stie had ceased to love nun. of his term, and livered nt the depot at 70 cents per bushDr. Hourigan has been granted n ing the brief remainder loose at n barn door or any other broul which el. The buyers here only offered him new trial and his sentence for life for to earn for his family the salary to object in sight." lie would have been entitled had he liv- -' 05, while Winchester, Mt. Sterling ami killing his brother-in-ladoesn't go. I unreserv all points around nre paying 70 and upGkoikik B.Mir.it, late a Louisville ediIn New York last week there were ed. I can only promise, as case I receive this proof Of wards. Paris News. tor, has been recommissioned hs a men 1,187 deaths, the greatest number of tho edly do, in Will Gentry, of Gentry Bros., Boyle, her of tho Board of Pension Appeals for 'year. Hot weather causes the increase. your confidence and sympathy, to do my utmost to make for you as faithful a tells the Harrodsburg Democrat that four vears more. He used to bo and Tt will ritiillirii tWl tnan fmir vnnra still claims to be a democrat, but he is so to buhl t,)t Mew Coi)i.regsioiinl librilfy servant as was my father. One could there is no money in raising cattle now. pronounce, an anti tnnl reform man as at Wa8hIll.,t0Ili lIie rnillto of wllidlIg t0 not well, I am bold to say, do or promise They have a lot which cost them $1 last more. year. They fd them eight barrels of to um.ice nan.son to ue .eve no is not from Xew nips ,lireKate Boole. Respectfully, corn per head from December to May much better than a republican. In a duel between M. Belz, Secreta- nnd grazed them tho balance of the year, ry of tho Boulangist Committee at Mar- ,v from Xiehol.isyHlen.-nnim.iTr-i- i MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. and tho cattle on the New York market M- 1'wrrotti, an Opportunist, that the storekeepers and gangers held' a Bteilk'8. $4.30 and $4.:'5. Ned Glenn, the bright young editor are now worth near raris, strange to say, tnu farewell meeting at Sliakertown, where auituay, Headly has sold to Len Hud II A. of tho Madisonville Hustler, was married they had a swell banquet and a big time. latter was killed. son, of Garrard, an extra fine bunch of to Miss Mollie Dulin, n Two small streams near Baltimore last week Brans-toTho boys presented 50 mules nt $100 per head. Mr. Hudson beauty. a handsome gold watch and Deputy wero swollen to such an extent by a also sold to Price Hudson 50 at $1W. Miss Gwendoline Caldwell, Collector W. S. Miller a beautiful en- water spout that two dams wero burst fc Haas bought this week 30,000 in Louisville society, is shortly Foley cane both deserved mid tho water swept down in u wall 20 graved bushels of wheat at 70 to 72 cents per feet high, drowning several people and to marry Piince Murat, a grandson of testimonials to capital officers. B. Woodcock bought of Wm King of Naples and a widow- bushel. G. sweeping away much valuable property. the Wednesday, 150 lambs at $:i Berkele, -- Thomas Fulton and Miss Ella Ault er of 55. Thomas Ciiavkxs has taken the posireports having on hand Suttler cut Mrs. Mollie Car-- per head. Ho editoi of tho Jellico were run down and killed by a B. & 0. Charles tion of assistant 1,000 lambs which havo recently been Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select lino of Furniture News and will as usual mnko things hum. freight train near Cleveland, O. A part vin three times with a hatchet, at him. They wero bought Ind., because she refused to delivered to early in tho spring nnd and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low Cravens is a good writer with a propen- of Fulton's body was carried nine miles as:Tsuch goods last winter nnd sity for stirring up the hornets, and wo on a locomotive pilot before the engin- takohim forher ninth husband. She holding them, owing to tho flat can be bought in tho cities. Give me a trial and you will be conare" glad to know that he is again out eer discovered thnt there had been an had been married and divorced eight hois vinced that I soil lower than the lowest. condition of tho markets. Advocate. accident. times. with his stick. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal GREAT. Bald-Knobb- er d, CLEARANCE still continue SALE I THE LOUISVILLE STORED well-know- tho-nex- Offer Extraordinary Inducements buyers of Dry Carpets, Matting, as Hats, Trunhs, WE MUST REDUCE OUR STOCK For the summer. Many taste and cash have made of the present and future. favorable investments, for invite you visit our store, as our Every Department 000-foo- t - THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Stanford. Ash-dow- I Manager. j ti. i -- 1 x j j ' Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Wall Paper, --- '00 t- M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. TPTl7m crw ,0X0 five-ye- ar u -- T T h. g. Bo IL WKAHEKfs and - -- Furniture Undertakers' Goods! 'ft . kj 1 The .largest, Cheapest and Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Ilorder, Celling Decorations and Window Shades ? s best-know- n I1TDESTK,TJCTIBIE BURIAL CASKET, I -- SEW FURNITURE STORE! MAJK IBntTFFM aVN, 1 ' FJR0F ,,, - ' "! -- Hop-kinsvil- lo n well-know- n gold-heade- d ill-fat- Shel-bvvill- e. It ujL NMMMIMWVM )'W",. ?? iUi- "'., . aJL in v i ascs., ..."', il I .1 ii i It "grr" r H MM .uf,MUtli. m v .'--, ,ii TiTui jA.ijSj "..i.j,.. rr 4ilik&t& Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., i CiDr.it millH nt Hlgglns & Mc-Ki- ney's. Stanford, July 10 We eiveugood linen school nntehel t 1880 with every air of shoes. .S'eveiunce it Son. Mr. M. Ailingcr made nn order yesterday on Kastem merchants for So.OOO worth of clothing. Ihn Oitinnt. ! .t.e.WALTON. MEANS Com t: nnd nus. Monocer, -- . BUSINESS. Penny. iirrnntcd. settle your account. It. Lh.IITM.no struck the depot nt bertVCreek Thiirwhiy evening, etting Gil-'1"- "- A from longdiaiied Dick Tati: has at last been located. to he- the Son of God, 'readier Ilollingsnys he Is In "Canado" Ohio, who Ms frightening Georgia n groes by telling mo he ought to know. ' them the world is coming to an end Pl.i:tsi:call itiul nettle your nri'Ount8, na Aug. 10 and selling them angel wings at they have been due since July 1st. I So n pair. He had disposed of 11G0 pairs, Kate Dudderar. need the money. when he was oidcrcd to flee to the mountains of llcpsidiim. Tiik storm Sunday evening blew t top nil' one of Mi1. John Ilright's barns VKW ADVKIITISKMKNT. lmvou w,tl' M,,m' V0T" iM'h' l,tt.V1"which were leveled to the ground. n - . - TAPPl P U UCIXIX Ul UJL .11. O T Q VI P V J 1 "T"l I PTT1 P VAJUXtJAW ' FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. IIUI1UAKD, A. M., Faculty ot Trained Teacheri. Excellent lloardlnc Department. Thorough Full information given on application .... SI I STUDY-CLASSICAL. "1 JXXVJ JlO P W U I I 3 ll (TP 2, 1889. President. Instruction Ducipline Strict. - " ' !? A. l(. leiiny. (jooch put out before much damage Ti.k best place to buv drugs, patent edicines and toilet articles is at A. 1!. Penny's. Soc Owk.n writes that the Cumber Buy vour , school books, ink. tablets, r..nu , ... .,,. mwl Hlll'l Hlir n,.,..i u ,,.,;,ii,. tinim. m ...... .. ,..u i?t..i.i.... suimlice of nil!i , he nancr. nunc s wc-cwin see u mu. riwiing mat mis kinds from A. I. lVnny. is good. One man caught :Vi tine bass the dav befoie he wrote. PERSONAL POINTS. T. ' " -- i ... , "'"""" i,.i 1 ,..,,,.' to Crab Orchard. I lie .Second ....( Ti.ir.i Kegiiiients will go to Grayson in August nml tlio IiOUUVillc Legion, Having iinti its outing at tho New York Centennial, will not go anywhere. . T " 'he troops will not come ! W. F. NIJLES , CENTRAL UNIVERSITY,'" THREE COLLEGES - cimo n i) KENTUCKY. l , '"." aunty ..niLii,. oin Candici "M'-nde- c c lor h hool bupcrin- i JB XltTiEl d&ERI? SOHIOOXt Mas. X. A. Tyiiki: it visiting relatives; Tiik I.'kii.t. Of the .VJ tcacheis ex 'ainined by Mist Kate Bogle and I'rof. S. in Madison. weie awarded first class Miss Husniu Pi.'Nnimi'on is with friends! J. l'ulliimi, certillcates; 17 second and 11 third while at .Somerset. Mil. W. II. HiiKiiNn has returned fiom two failed te get certillcates. a trip to Louisville. l'ltor. W. K. Xnus it announced in Miss Itosi: Hhii.miks is visiting rela tills issue as an hide pendent candidate tiesiu Ilarro.lsburg. He has confor school superintendent. H. W. Wmkkk Is helping Jailer Owens siderable reputation as a teacher and up .. ta M l.tli. I... , , , wiiiii-- in- - is ..in. .mn-nr"" '" "v v"' ' " ' Mim. A. A. McKisxky Is at lnst,pnt of j 1,1 danger ami rapidly recovering. CRESS & 3IARET, Hocii:u has another boy Miss Ckttic Tnt'iiMOM) is visiting herlnt l,jH lioue that he says is a real John AGENTS REAL sister, Mrs. May, at Somerset. Sullivan in dimensions, but it is dollars will be glad to hear that t r,.nts he'll not name him for the r.vs::vnoiv Mr. It. K. Barrow is Improving. bruiser. Mother and babe doing well. IUiiky UEtH, who him been very ill Coal and for It will be seen that the committee TiiKManfoid Female College faculty reipondcnct1 limber t.andi and Farm, 44 tale. Cor lolicitcd, with typhoid fever, is convalescing. the ballot system of voting in has been selected and is as follows: I'rof. of Ciarrard, Is adopted Miss Kmm Li:avi:i.i the primary. We do not believe it will J. M. Hubbard, l'resident, Mental and visiting at Mrs. dcorge D. Wearen's. changed after Moral Science, Ancient languages and B. Citivm, of Port Worth, work and that it will be Mits. J. thought is given the question. Mathematics; Miss Marv F. McAnally, of Texas, is viiting at Mr. 11. C. Kupley's. sullu'lent Mem)diis, Lidy 1'rincip.il, Natural Sci- IlmidHoiiie New Mu. J. W. SAU.iii:and Dr. A. S. Cook Tin: presence of so many prohibition- ence, English Literature ami Elocution; CuiilalnliiE ix gfKid r'Om, utuatcd on Main it., hnve been to Middlcbormigh ptospect-ing- . ists at the republican convention may C dirge Apply to Miss Emma McKean, of Ohio, Mathe- oppome Stanford Female MRS HftJlf Uf.tl). 4j mean that they are ratisficd with Mr. matics, History, French, German and Mil. J. Ci:v:u Jisi;s, of Kansas City, Ward's prohibition record and may swap Latin; Mi-- s Dollie Williams, Instrumenarrived Prid.iy ami is tlio gueet of her I'ro. Montgomery oil for him. This N tal and Vocal Music and Miss Florence FOR SALE OR Coed Home and mother. merely a surmise, however. e Well", of Imisville, Drawing doctor or teacher I.ctat Ma)ocd Suitable for c on lot Uoml . MishMaky V. Caiu'enthk announces 1) L STKI'IIENSON, Apply to Painting. The patrons of the school send four and and Mayood, Ky. 41 Tiik. ndies continue to that she will ojnii an art school here thoroughly plowed with those of the clovers for a chance in the are f Sept. 3. facultv who were here last scsion and FOR SALE Mist Xannii: Makhs left Saturday to drawing for our business manager. The are Mtistlcd that I'rof. Hubbard has choKm! beauty who spend u few wcekt with her parents nt latest t from a West h.n 4 y.n J Milk Cow for tale, all members of it. A. M. plaintively itninircs, "Will I be the for sen wisely in the other Cniupbellsville. with calvet duyi old, The prospects are flattering for a full thoisuhbred bhorthcrix,14 riours of 10 other. each 1U. Ur.oiK.u Ilr.sT was accompanied tuna'conc?" We hope so at any rate. school. I'rof. Hubbard deserves a liber- - hating had olvii vitluneood cow and a thorough- A irood chance to cit a by his wife the last trip ami they were Twklvb colorel teachers ollered for al patronage for his ellortS to make the .bred bull calf cheap Altotuve ome nice young Goods guests of Mrs. Itobert McAlhter. a most superior one and we hope '" '"Jy for """ the full examination Friday and four on A M FLLANI). J7 Miss Kati: imi r.nir. Auxins nnd civil government. One man, U. W. he will receive it. Stanford, Ky. ... Bruce, In ehurgu of Kimlrick Al Hayues. who Mary m paed by answering IS of K.iDsls CoxvKNTlos. - The novelty of txirn, went' to Somerset ycsteiday. l... ..m.ultiiltu ll'ild tilL'i.tl VlMflt II lllttll Mn. Lumii Witiikii", of Cincinnati, republican party in this county hold orrbage imu.ediatelv afterwards ami like the - ....Lit.. .......itm. ,1pau' r.ttiti n urnn-i- l " !.... " has eiiiriiLieil rooms for his handsome LARGK ROAN COW ,th ItF.It NKCK and S l""'"1 t. have bled to death. , with two ilit! in the left , , wife nt the Mvers House for the heated 10 tne .iiii'iuuvu. while bad, markedJote Elmore about May ear. Taken up by Mr! it, term. The mo- -t terrific thunder storm wit- - The bell rung at 2, but it was : before lESq, and allied before me 'I by Robert Frederick i, 1E89. filed and Sol. S. F.lmore at $'. hi July j. F. L. C. I lavison and his minions I'Kor. W. K. Shaw, editor of the Ml. nesseil here for n long time occurred lawyer lll'GM bEARUENT, 4J into the circuit Vernon IMucatlonal Kvangelist and nn Fridav niL'ht. The lightning was almost (rol the caucus-rooliortemen and nccoinphshed teacher, is here on busi continuous, followed so quickly by deaf- - court hall. As "cheeriuan" of the coun- - l?APAnr.HS Tdn.n ol the counties ,l"v mm j ening reports, a to make one think the ty committee he called the convention to ol Marion llovle, t wt Lincoln, Garrard and Wa.hintf res. Kill rind all the newi relaunc to maitcrs of in. Misses Itpun: Williams and Belle house he was in had been struck, order and then raved and tore bis shirt ton teret to them in the TAArnn HT? cconip.inied Prof. J. M. Hubbard Strange to civ, however, nothing was for a few moments, telling what kind of the leading paptr of AJJ Cook Central Kentucky. iMiied luedayand n candidate it was going to put out Xonv each week.Jj pvrjear Send 50 ctiitt and try it to the XationalJMucational Association struck in town that we heard of. Addretill (j Iloylc, llutineii 'W heavv rain fell, which continued nt inations for permanent chairman being for three month at Nashville. Manager, Danville, Ky. 15 man from the tervals all day Saturday. order, George' W. (ientry suggest in .Iuimie Bovd, tlinghty ed the lawyer and ho was elected. (J. mountnins, was' ip6fcenger on SaturCOLLEGE Some of the colored delegates, we are day's train, but wo magnanimously perti. Wine was then made secretary and nomination of n on motion a committee of five were uptold, objected to the mitted him to go in peace. man with Keese Ward's record on the ..nt.,,..l a. r.u.ilnt!miu lnTlHititll nf H. A Modern Progresive School, W. A. Owens, of tomlon, is down Mn. ... Q n and withdrew from prohibition All(lt.rp011 to have Mnj. H A. Kvans plot some coal tnmed the caucus. A dozen or more hurrahed Steve Drye and Marion Capps, three Where your itauhtfrt ill be taught how to lands for him. Mr. Owens ljas true wuoirn, a ucilai thoroughly for Dick Warren alter the convention instructed in white nnd two black. They reported n down and got to be a mild n mannered and said they were still for him. They short string entlorsiug Harrison's admin- man as ever lived. ,.,. rnnvell Literature, Science, Art & Music. .... ,.,: f I'koi-- . washi;re yesterday 110 not IlllllK mat Miiru, wiiu i.h ,c four times, will for jirohiliition RF.V C POPE. Preiident. in,, tin. tinininntinn of Mr. AdJren !.. nnd took home with him a . w'hat i.e "u ": : or Mrt S C. TRCEHEAKT, i teacher. He fair" with them, no matter ns public poison'""'::.:.. ireiisurer nun certificate lor Lady PriIKItKll, and promises. to Dick Tate ami the democratic party begins the Mt. Salem school Ky. 4. Them: was quite a full attendance at generally. Not a single word was said will also favor the Intecioh Joiuxal with letters during his leisure moments. the democratic committee meeting Sat- about the county questions. After the urday and considerable business was resolutions were adopted, 11. Ci. Alford ORDER FOR ELECTION. CITY AND VICINITY. transacted. Owing to the fact that they nominated Heese Want for the legislaWhereat, a aiiticy having occurred in tlio W. Vamon, ture, Gentry seconded it and Mr. Ward office of School Commmioncr for Lincoln county, is in line nliape for are candidates, Messrs. T. T. J. caifcd by the death ol J A. Iloirlr, it u therefore .1. N. Menefee and J. 11. Paxton resigned was chosen as the party's nominee, amid ordered by the iourt that the Sheriff of Lincoln work. Call on him for anything iu the he as members of the committee and D. W. a painful but impressive lack of enthu- emmty be and be InuIdhereby commanded to cause " in taid county ell the firel an election to lioot and shoe line. 12. P. Woods ami J. A. Hamwas not piesent and a Monday Mr. Ward Augint 1889, to till the acancy Mi:. Or.o. I). I '"", ..,, Who it Mn. Waiid? This question isj being aked pretty freely and we answer j it as best we can. He is rather a recent acquisition to our population, lives at Crab Orchard and is a clever and sociable old soul, fond of his toddy, but desirous, if ids votes for prohibition in four Vitli conntiesare an index, of cutting it oil' would hardly from other people. One indebted Imagine lie is good legislative timber, or to All per.iin knowing the mele to orbeteatont of M, I. Kich.ircU, either for goodt Jame-Frytame that he would have any aspiration to colli, wJIUavr triiulileby letthnirhandi wtth settle a I hate put then in hit for but we really hope mem M. I.. RICHARDS poc as a 44 he will accept the republican nomination tendered him. He has not yet done so, though Mr. Warren requests us to ESTATE invite him to his appointments so that he can tell the people how he stands, if Mt. Vornon, Ky. determines to make tne race. I am irljd to to announce to my pntrrn. and the ulilic th.lt I ll.lr .(cured n injnirr.oilHHH ni.lio rom Mm. Ruin- - Willi.ims, on Main irect, Stan Sept. 3d, idSo. n tl.m ford, and will begin to ill the tine Arts, acccrdins to the principle! of the l'me Art Schoch ol I'arx, Frame, t onfidently prcent my mithad nf teaching a- - bemi; both cla-.ic.nnd correct Fancy 1'nrtr.illurc a .pecinTty Pen lfrawln. Card Marking and German Lctlrr. ins Ircc to my rtK'ilar puplU MIS MARY V CAHPINTF.K 4$ THIRTEEN DEPARTMENTS OF SCIENTIFIC Awn nnMMFRnifli nnimsFs n 3 ,1,v' hearth tlie llluc and ho- t.ooo feet " pitaoii- community IheMinH-n- t find homeiOram rezion families nndhnc tea level Memorial Hall Kxptnsomod-- . In the boat Atlfmian- e la tetioii, 31 J, from jt Statri and Territories. For full informa- crate $ifo to tioti and tat lo(ue apply to Li. H. BLANTON, D. D., Cnnncollor. Next Session Opons Sept. Nth, 1889. wn iia. Settle James Frye, !i) A C TATE COLLEGE AND INSTRUCTORS. oan-TjT "C TVTnnT T TjTx Commercial Academic y, fj J l Vxa I -- TWENTY PROFESSORS 111 - Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific. Enqineerina, Classical. Normal School, Military Tactics, and Courses of Instruction. I all T n.l oei'ltn APPOINTEES For I'nlnUnr'ip FREE, OF TUITION. M'p(i'niKr II. IM. RECEIVEDand otuer Information ad(frei .. jiju;s k. imi. i.t..vi.x.T.v. ky. J,N. MENEFF.E c SINE law-make- r, SINE & MENEFEE, Dealer! In HOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, BLDNTDS CSASH, DOORS A3NTD Scroll Work, lg Mouldings, Brackets and Cedar and Locust Posts. first-clan Laths, Sliiiijlcs, Etc., For Hent or Sale. PATENT "WIRE We A1TD SLAT FE1TCE, A C. Cottajje RENT. ill carry a lull ttoclc of everything found in a Lumber Yard. SINE, limine Manager. l!ri-co- ichool-hcut- BUPLET, MERCHANT TAILOR Ho Co Is Receiving His live-loa- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS Give him a Trial Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, ,1, m " U ESTRA1T. ' couri-uous- e .;"" , VJL-- 4 I JJjXEj - EH WLl 1 By buying' .pic-lio- .... Your SUMMER COATS And Vests, ,i. 1 llrst-clas- s ": ,.. to-da- y . Flannel Shirts and Straw Hats, From IlATt-iiC- 111 Vamleveer, siasm. in Mr. Alford and W. It. Dil- - .,id otlice. need the money monds were named in their steads. Af-- committee oflicpr appoii Sai.l elvctmn la to be held hv the Tiik time is up and appointed to notify liim of due me and mut have it. PJeae come terafull.liscussio.10f the question, the lion-w- ere speeches were ,ainf Ina,.r a ii,e reiruiar eieition;and the committee tlxed . on the I5d Saturday in liit? nomination. Ued-ho- t in nt once and settle. U. C. Ktiplev. " . ' iherirl directed to eie m m i.... U. u , lim... atvcttl,emi.n ,,0,u.dat theuoti- of the same by October for a primary election to noun nuule by dentry and books for 1RSH are now ready Tin: las nate candidates for county olllces to be ling, but no white orator materialized. KverylKidy will please come forward nnd tilled ri H codper. at the August election 1S1K). Other Preacher Polling will be remembered as h,,e , tanfru, Kv clerk I. n. dn c umy Court. 3 pay his taxes at once. T. I). Newland. matters were attended to but they were one of the prohibition orators herein1 Sheritr. 1SSH, when he was one of the strongest not made public. cards and most telling lulvocims 01 tne to rain every day. Tho-- e It continues AiiiiESTF.iniii: Wito.vo Max. In our who have kept a record say that yester- last issue we told of the arrest of John law, but he evidently doesn t want to day was the I'Jth consecutive rainy Dan- Purton, nittht switchman at Powland, carry the business into politics, for said prohibi- .. 01 ville county court day. M i,i I..II... I . I... he ."llather than see this little . , . oy suenii .uiiuiu mill .mm-- . nr, irt ,1,i1n1.M11 charge of steal- Kii.i.ko iiv I.iiiiiT.siNo. A man named Jones of Whitley on. ' ... u Kemp was killed and two others were ing. It turned out that Uurton was not. """- ' - ".: r . by lightning Friday on the man wanted and he was released. or wonls to tnat eueci. . severely stunned wits urn. once to County Attorney the farm of Mr. Peyton, in Casey, where He came at Ballon, who could stand it no longer, Qarpenterand a warrant charging tho they were In a field at work. uro-- o and left the room, thoroughly disollicers with false arrest and imprisonHUSTONVILLE, KY. It is understood that if Mr. The Ann of Metcalf A Foster having ment was sworn out and forwarded to gusted. ..........in ,1... (Ktiiiiiintimi In, will .. .. .. .i t' "lvv l"B lMl- - """' Hill in tne nu.nen arm reauy 10 no any Are been dissolved, we nro very anxious to WllltlC'J. 1110 lo.iiiiltv IS IIOIIl OHM to "",u ,,rnti..si. thine in the L'nder takiuc l.ne. We have, a full "v,"v" "" "" 11- . ;,o0fCae, andCmketsofallUndiandKobei settle the firm business and nil parties 'JO vears in the penitentiary. Mr. Il.i,r. " i' Our hearte. which a nearly repeal by the legis-- ' cfeeryde'ciiption knowing themselves indebted to us will ton has also, through Miller - Owsley tion for an absolute . nrur mn hf obuuiied on nhort notice Mr J I I. ure of the Prohibitory law 1118 n C r.n-.ii- h:i charirt1 of our bujines and will how OOo' damages agains't please call and settle at once. Metcalf it brought snii for ,.r jllibitionist will our good to any one needing anything in our onl. however ..s vi Foster. the ollicers, who seen, to be in for it for ninki his position a very ausuru one, iur line. - a while at least , Owing to a misunderToTeu-iikissho voted for piohibition eveiy time ho E.pi.asatoky. We learn that some hashad nehnnco todoso onco in this utniiiiimr between Mr. lloglo and tho conductor of the institute as to tho time 0f tho republicans profess to believe that ,,,,11, twice in Oarrard and once in of holding the same, and also for otber wc wullt to their convention for the pur ,0okcastle good reasons, the institute will not no j,oso 0 raising a row and breaking it up, CHURCH AFFAIRS. held until August 112th. W. F. McCla If nossible. Such a suggestion is too hli otic- - for discussion, but perhaps an exActing Supt. ry, The 4th quarterly meeting of tho I C0NIPaNY planation is due. We wont to tho con- Conference year will be held at Uradley and .,' TiiEndvertiseinent that of getting vention solely for the purpose next Saturday and Sunday. would speak hero .Saturday ap Colson for publication anything of interest to Itev. Monroe Drew declared in a serpears to have been 11 scheme to draw a tho public that might transpire and with "i At convention. croAvd to tho republic-ni-l mon that there is not a virtuous woman towards no one. ruder the Colson, at least, had no idea of coining, iiiimiiHo of mil cunt on nt wliat wo in l.u Claire.. Mich., and now Ho is a iu... ... ,,.,!,. (., , .V witn iiozeim u. ....8.; ... ho was billed to speak that night in thought a deliberate attempt at an insult as Louisville and did so. .....j r,nti v wBontnil 11 reniaik made iv inu "I-"- . ? ii j MissMollio Merriman, the Mercer speech. Ho dis Out. Dr. bee F. llufl'maii has ljiwvcr Davison ill his Soi.n closed a meetclaimed any referenco to us, and that county evangelist, has just sold tho good will of his dentistry hero High Pridge which resulted iu Wo bail no thought ing near f to Ui. Morgan k Penny ayd will shortly was the end of It. Sho is described as 11 very additions. Colorado, where he goes for the or Intention of being discourteous to tho :IS leave for with n happy may have acted too hastily, handsome young woman, benefit of Mrs. llull'mun's health. Ho body, and fails to captiand but what occurred might havo happened flow of language, and never desires to settle up his business here audience. Miss Aniiio Cone is bevate her earnestly asks all indebted to him to set- in court or in church, circumstances hor singing partner. ing the same. tle nt once. 1 l01 Bruce & McRoberts. 91- "IPft" miles the h;r!cst, I! hours quickest between ; I. .lll 1 - ... ,rury .,, ... .i - Ciiiclminti and New leans. Or- Entire Tralni Run Through Without Change, THROUGH CAR SERVICE. J. T. STJTTOIT A CO., K9MK9riu7wW9l9fw&OiBfYM3 South-Houn- 1 ..... '"""'- ChattantKii;;! to Shrcvpport. 'train No. 5, PuUman lloudoir riulTet Sleeping; Cur Cincinnati to New Orleann and Cincinnati Sleeper St. Louli to Jacktonvilleand Knoxville. loNew Orliuni via M. .V O. Train JC0.1, Pullman Boudoir fluff-e- t Sleeping Can, Cincinnati to .N'tw Orle.lll Condemed Schedule in Effect March 31, 1889. i ' ItKAD DOWN. TRAINS SOUTH Daily. 1. 1111. Sun. Daily. 1; a m 403 p. it. SwOJUu, 7 Jjain 9 5J m sajpm 930Pm 1059 a m 70J pin'io9 pm 10 S a tn li 30pm 7 33 p m 10 ss pm I.im. F.k. RKAD UP. TRAINS NORfTT No. 1 No. 4. I No, 6. STATIONS. Lim. Daily. Daily Fast F.x. Sun. Dally. Ex. Lim.1 Dally. .Cincinnati .....A'rv, 040 ami 641pm 1015 a m 330 p m .... 930am ijipm ,.Williamtown....L've 5 13 am! 4 10 am., ...Ocotirctown 711am 12 38 p m No. 4j. . . No j. Daily io. 3. Dally. No. 5. No 1. j e l 1 CREAM P-iv- e re-se- - rtrr j 50 a m 10 50 p in '""B.1" SVTpm'tJMam.' II 17am Lc. . Danville . 5 30 a m 1031pm li 50 pm nTorm'U3oam,i'i'45am m j m a in 10 o pm City iSam 53 , Junction 1 I5Pm 8 30 a m ..... . w , ... - ,.. . . 4.1. Ml a 01 300 pm n..n ll.l.l ! 4 35" ' uj scam ana n. 0 jo pm Chattanooga ...L've' 610 pm 7 55a in 4 00 a m jjam, 040pm Ar'v. 000 pm . j 00a m " a in 700pm 1. 010 4 47 a "i I 01 pm 0 49P m Arv.....-Attal300pm 300pm jDiniL'vt .. Ilirminnham uinmln Tuscaloosa loaam 608 pm! I jo a ml 11 2C D ve 4 15 a m' 335pm a mil. to a miAr'v..New Orleans. 6 30 ... 940pm Arv, 5 iou m,L've,....Meridian ,1t 111 Arr... Lexington 3 I.vp. .Lou. S. R. R....Arr. 40 a nn 415pm 700am 1 a 10 p m Ilurgin Lie, JJ"" 31 - 1 f 4 !.. -- -- ,jjc'.. .j.' la , 1111 -I. 1 EOT o 10 a m L ve 11 as a m lve.... 4 8 lackson 4 iCKsuuri;. Monroe 3J pin L've in Ar'v ...Shreveport. ton ...Ar v,... -.. o top m ., ' 1005 a m 400pm fieoa m Uoudoir Iluftet Slcepini; Can, New Oilcan, to Cincinnati North. Hound Train No. J, Pullman Shreveportto Chauanoosii. . -- . .,.nln- v.w n,(.a, to Cincinnati. u 1 rain No 0, u irnan c CnatUnoogll l0 Cincinali and Slept" Jck- j V. K'Si. Sleeper from Knoxville to Cincinnati, 11 T., sonville to Cincinnati, via V. A a. anu WOOLLEV. Trav Pan, Ajst.. I.emjio.., Ky FRNK tn'' VMt' ,ml TU Ai C.GAULT, General Mrc,ne,n11t,)S-AEDWAIlDS- ' JOHN 1 -- r, - - JT" i. j L . I J 'jW'JllWii1' ' 'TW'-K?'pjr!r'- ' MIOti HVs, ItiiWtofiy Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Wlmt DISPERSING HitprH-nrs- A TRAMP. VHus CRISP Under- - CONDENSATIONS. Hntoestown, D. T., report n shower of ' DENTIST. iu i I was eating dinner at n farm houso in ! trJ9' Office on Lancaster street, opposite Stanford, Ky. Oxinoor, Ala., has a curiosity in tho ' r Imlinna when one of tho children came at P tROYATUWI f n petrified pino stump weighing In and announced that a highway tramp BliaP S'J YKAU.IX ADVANCIi! had called nt the kitchen door nnd asked nlwut ao ' THJoWVAVi5WTSlM,S!StTe Hails, Shingles and Shoes For Sab, "When not to paid $2,60 will be charged. for n bite to eat. Tho farmer was a verv I In a recent wind which swept San short. ver fat and very bald headed Francisco bay many vessels dragged their Ten Thousand Hat Kails acd 19,000 Poplar man, nrd In- - was ixMtmaster at tho cor- anchors and were driven against Shingles K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. each I have gtcd and Sale gtable, on hand Men's, Women Mlsse.1 and ners nn justice of tho peacu in nnd for other. Children Shoos, madt- - by Alter, Fiirwood & Co. Train leaves Rowland at 7.00 n. m , if turning tho count.. Ho had a son called dames, and Mundcllc, winch I rtll sell M the iy loest ' Amelia Battle, a t 4:50 p.m. prices I hit si bought ihstii and they mutt be another culled Mo&os, ami n hired man Grange, Ga., claims negro nuntio of La old My stock it complete and those who want that she had several who was addressed as Towner. He cent children running L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. twrgiltis can get them b calling. mean liusl- around when tho war . W C IIVIt.hY. out word for thu tramp to sit down and , of 1812 broke out. Mail train going North , ....13 31pm rest, and as n laugh went round tho ta" South 131pm Tho six Chinese companies of San ' Express train " South 1157pm ble he explained: North rancisco have bought mining terrjtorv 3 a; am f "After dinner I shull be pleas-eLocal Freight North to 630am LONDON, KENTUCKY, show yon how wo encourage tramps in covering 200 square miles in Heal del CasSouth. 3 33 pin The latter trains alto carry passengers. W. H. JACKSOIJ & CO., PRO'RS. this section. This is evidently a now tillo, Lower California. Price, $500,000. CAPT. FRANK B.JILEY, PROPRIETOR The above II calculated on standard time. Solar A Virginia woman who keeps a toll man to this part of tho state, or ho would time is about 10 minutes fatter LONDON, K Thoroughly Renos ated and Refurnished. First gate on tho Derrysvillo highway has had never have called here." Oootl turnout, and saddle harses always lor hit A narscl Tliiioder wh class Fare and Reason ihle Prices. Day and night on reasonable term ' neerviri London is the most convenii..ttiKal More After dinner wo went out. Tho tramp to shoot three tramps thus far this spring, strength nn ient point nn the limn the oniin.ir kinds sml S. O. DAVIS, in nit was sitting under n cherry tree, looking and she looks forward to nn unusuallv competition win the mint tunean II i It sold in Trains are met by Polite Porters ot this Popular in the mountain rulrcad to reach places 10 the so unnofth Jtate Ho"". t.t, hrt f. weight, tittim or phnspii-- i 1 r w o o unls in AND SURGEON, as comfortable ns you please, and evi-- 1 ' brisk i in that line. PHYSICIAN can, IlnVAL llAb. V . POW Il k C dentlv unsusnlcious that nnrthliv ..t. Mrs. E. D. MoNulty, of Dawson. Ga., -- i . .- I 9 'fUliM, i6 all strict. New oik 1825. MT. VJORXON', Jv V. cept dinner was in btore for" him. He has tho diploma civon to her irre.it. looked to mo like a Iiad man to fool with, grandfather at Princeton college nnd Office next door to Whitehead's Drug 'More. out tno tanner tlicln t seem to read him signed by one of the signers of tho DeSpecial attention Riven to diseases of children N3ati Is a Candidate for Si perlhtctidt-n- t of i'ublie On Dwelling,, H unlioli! Furniture, Stores, that way. ;y-- f. claration of Independence. Schools, subject In the anion of tlit Htmo.racy. c . appl t the old "Now, then," ho said, as ho rubbed It is alleged that tho United States his fat hands together, "you will stand buys all HARRY A. EVANS, the cheap teas grown in China, Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. A up." DAWSON while tho best grades go to England and ANALYTICAL -CHEMIST, Lightning clauses "What fur;" asked tho tramp. Leaving llolh France. In return, however, wo bend to Is a Candidate for Jailer of Mnc iln Count), sub whether fire ensues or atttrhed and ! images paid not. "To bo kicked! I am going to boot China all tho poorest jeet to the action ol the Democrac) KY, KO H Ilkl'Cr., Agetft. STANFORD, '7 and cheapest canLOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI you irom tuts spot down to that slivered ned goods. telephone. poloJ' Dll) . teures la 1 ras eltrt. Engineering and Surveying in Tho newest feature of personnl adorn"Rut I object." all branches. Is a Candidate for Jailer if I inco'r Count, subTHE MOST RAPID ROUTE "Can't help that. An a fourth class ment is made up of hairs from tho tail of ject to ih si twn of sue Democruc) . postmaster of tho United States of tho African elephant made into watch Kver attempted bctorcn the great commercial cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and lisnce guards nnd bracelets. Tho elephant is America I command you to arise." SAM .11. the fastest time and mm! comfortable trains "U l am kicked soniebodvele will tret now becoming so scarce that his relics I pcints in the South, or to the West and Is a Candidate for re elrciinn is Jailer ol Lincoln hurt I" cautioned tho tmiun'us ho cot up. I aro "U to bo verv fashionable. Northwest, lite iirilr, nan nf M. ,..! .. .11 My New Houso on Main l) Fourth Atenue, count), suhlect tu the iction ot the Den.o ratli nuns lines 11 iienominatcd ine Limited Kspress. As one of tho justices of tho notic, In Stanford, Ky. For terms apply to Mr W, H. ne supeto rolling siotk we employ glvei patrons A l'iko county, Ga., man stabbed at I - I Unlimited and for this countv I command run t two fighting water Higrins, Stanford, or to me at Danville. Ky. Comfort snakes with a long LOTTIE N HOLMES Coupon Ticlel Offices In the Soutt 3a disperse," said tho farmer as he turned polo, and missed ou will find our time table and ticket.. Sa Ma. them. When ho pulled G. S. tho tramp toward the gato and admin- tho iwlo out of tho non, get Mnnou a I stick to Monon, il yu want mud ho found that ho Is a w -- . niuncjr nu nan a pieasani jotirne. istered a kick. Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, uV had thrust through abevonty-fouriwun- d O. McCOKMICV: jeet tj the action jf 11 e iieir.ot.raiii. parlj Next instant ho received a left bander fish. This is n MT. VERNON, KY. Passenger Agent, Chicago 1 have secured the services ot a competent Car. combined fbli and Hiiake Uty 1.V",r' on tho ncso which knocked him into a story. uket Agents and O.lic-nage Maker and am prepared to do any and all M. IIICKS4H, an ith Ae This old and Lsuistills. Ky Hotel Is still maintain kinds of repairing to Uuggies. Carriages. Ac. confused heap on tho grass, N. 3XENEFEE A Tm k s. k ii, and tho mc St. Cincinnati Ohio Work entrusted to me will has e my personal suA curious result of tho crowds in New ing its tine rttputation. Charges reasonable. Spt- pervision. All work guaranteed. Prices reason " '" 01 ins oiu coat nna pre- York during Shcritf, the celebration was the Is a Candidate for In Countsuhicct to the action of Cial attention to the traveling public VM. DAUGHERTY. able. pared for business. the Lin lnhxr.cy ALP NEWCOMH, Prop.. difficulty experienced bv residents in "Towser, pulverize him!" shouted the burying 3l Ml Vernon. Ky. a'vailabl.. lmru their dead. All C. A. BENEDICT & CO., farmer as ho btruggled to his knees. "In 2I. 3 and carriages were pressed into tho sersiiiiiH 2 Ta tr Z tno naiuo tho United States SlSSSSSSsV Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, mand you or knock him down!" I com- - vice of tho sightseers, so that it was diffi- Is a Candidate fur Cicrkofthe Court of Appeals, to subject to th: action of the Democritic party H. D., M. rowser advanced, his big lists doubled cult to get any for funerals. STANFORD. KY. Elcc 1011 August, ii J. F. Oberrv. of Jv"issimiii.. n.. up, out tne tramp danced to tho right STANFORD. KY. and tho left, and then scut in ono nn the "eanI a n""P" "i Ida hog mn and went Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished at Oflice on Lancaster Street, opposite e hired man's commLssarv department ?ut to invtt,tWte. Uu found 11 COO pound factory prices. 30 Having removed to this nlac to I a ,loyourinr,' which doubled him up nnd laid him and, havinj? no and keep on hand myNo iiJilit of Jvllico. Lily practice Ills prnlession, calls the from Libert, the n lA'sS lg. attention o( yard Lease four orders at puh lie to the fact Nut Coil in valil1 objections, went back to led. Ho he will be read) at all hours among tho hollvhocks. VarJor.S S Mjom" store and they lll be attend- ilsv or nlsfht to that calls in town or rnnntrv O u Q B. ar weighed GOO iwunds, as ed to promptly. J 11 HluGlNS, "James, Moses, mako him prisoner" f""" a " Thirty years ofhis lile were sient In Stanford and 6j Surfird ky V,th isisiHii -- . n daJ or two he deems, it unneccssar) to speak ot his ability a yelled tho old man. as ho plucked a ' vM l o u rrRBvl aph)slcian and surgeon A share of the patron' No!V3 haa in Mexico of of crass and held it to his 1.1.1. .. age ol the people of Stanford and vicinity it asked & LEK V. HCF'irM-.VIs- ' tho discovery in tho state of Chi.in.-m-. ing nose, b) lum Cj tl SURGEON DENTIST. The tramp chuckled. There was fun near tho ruins of Palanque, of a large IL sCItssb Manufacturers of Fine Saddles and Harness, in a city hidden in tho depths of the forests. every style and finish known to the trade Race ahead. Kkniics:. Stanford. and Trotting Equipments a specialty The two boys were strapping young Some buildings nre live stories high and Office south side Main, iwoaoori above Deiot St No. 33 East Mam Street, L EXINGTON, Ky 1 his notice forewarns huniers. fishermen and fellows, strong enough to knock down in a good state of preservation. There s? ethers not to trvspiss nn our lands without per an o.v, and they were willing to go in. is a well paved road several miles in d mission, as all sut.li will S I HOUSE, As thoy stripped to the lui est eitctit f t ! U Signed S3 O 0 oil the tramp backed lengin sun perceivable in tho midst of a UlZfiFi LIBERTY, KY., up between two currant bushes, where tropical forest. I tvish to sell my farm of As situated nn T.J HILL, I) HOPPEK, .K the Lan aster pikr two miles I roin M inturj Ihc I M. McKOIIKIttS.JK. M S. IIALT.H.MAN. In a Tarrytown sanitarium they could not KOMI F. W. WARRlNNER.PROP'n. advanced upon flank lum, and ns thev fied prehistoric lizard, 11 feet is a 1petri- land is all in gra; .1 lombirtable dwelling ot 4 S II McALIsTER. JS K HKl'CK him he grinned all over. SHANKS, II. IIAUtillMAN and inch rmimsis situated upon it Will tel! at a birgiin . TTo ,ilnt..1 ttK .l.n... r MRS HENK 41 IIALT.KMXN. A M FKI.ANI) OA I1KNKDICT, MunfurJ I have leaded the above Hotel and intend r i..jt.-.-t .,,ni mum tor a muiuto or long, 18 inches bnud at tho shoulders s- E.T I'KNCK. ICIHN W HOLMES. s particular. .. . .1 strle in nn.l il. nine It in rml Q Ix1i.u n. .1...I A J HAVIlEN, uvw I' C. 1' KItlsH. " weigning ."li,u cial attention to commercial men.' Z" 3im :,"" or four feints, " ,ollor orcaill, made HlV nnittuL - ; ""-color v. hoi.su s' threo E. VARNON, and piled thorn Oil is crav nnd iu t"""""0- Its . tho grass together. Neither mnvnl tr. suusiauce sandstone. Tho Attorney at Law, HOSLTEIN-FKFl-tlAfl,U two IICLL. .Meanwhile wl,lc,1' ,s nl,uo,,t Infect, was exhumed X5VnnC7 TTATICrn B up for rested nnd looked over . FLsfliBisiiiiiiiiiiiiH1! l,, lra"I on tho jl,ore of ('harlestown lake, live Stanford, - Kentucky. 1 VTt to mo 2 a 2. Wnviii- - ! X 11 JU 1U1U1VU miles from Fanneraville, Province of 11VUUU and queried; p c v.irt. ol this and adjoin-- ; No 971S II. I. II H Will pra tice m all the untano, in July last. "lou ain't one of tho crowd?" bounties anJ In tne .ouri ot appul Will lv permitted to sent- - a few cnwt at ) .ta Tho ofllcial figures of tho United States "?-- " )L Ko' ert .1 ttagg'. lirug sttre Utnic E. H. BURN.3IDE, Proprietor . o mB&BKwK&. ' bin n l.incj.tcr tike 111 uturbs of Stanford ai And don t want mo to disperse:" w census in 1790 were U,0:!),32i5 of which o fndv iuroe uouarsllest, iuo aoanon, and In 01 "Xot particularly." " number CM.M3 were slaves. A short T3 T T CJ T7JT- ,4tice, wuti tni itriviit th.- grjum, payibl the ! T .--. No Hotel in Kentucky has a reputation, t "till 'All I don't thinJc tho United after these figures upi wared Capt and Its proprietor Is detcrmlrtd th;.t prscs t be with calf . States ami his gang want anything more G. Imlay. a Virginian, published an ar-oshall be maintained. lit young Bull is not only or the very te.t Wt- - luse opitttl nn u- t't pot stret--t f mo just now, and as I have .111 engage-- , ticloin which ho'place.l the er am it indititluilly iwptilation and will ktep cottsunt.)!i tl tutu' a li.l suppl) of brrediisr. butparticular He awill notsuperior pr. mil in esery all t niont do a tho road, I'll move on. When of this country in 1S!)J at 01.00o.000, and Pure aki I r milk, cows ol tne highest excellence dire Huh He has recently added to its appoirtments S 3 his pedigrrc and his indisidmlits guarantee tht, they get .a-hpor E'liTWfl up and the bandages on, wa theiefore wupposed bv his friends to At II ' Ihe MoMein-I'reisitattle na.e fur scleral Now is the tune to III tjuaiititm oser litr n w ltli the loys in 10 scra eii em 1 w a visionary. seasons taken the lead in the Mo wled tattle mrk His prediction was sur- - make engagements (urine seautn Chicago in days gone by, and that I'heid tt b) commanding under the iitmmer the his;he erg .M'.VMLIM MUMITON iiiiLkETf accurate. a,tf prices, a"nd has iiur th caua us t iiiultiiimm. myself in nnd let Vm oil .ery mild. milk and btittrr than an other brcei a I nuth uocKi-uanrt as stranger. Ta, ta old fatty!" -,- -., OT-IDEAS FOR DRESS. ite-wA First-Clas- s Livery rtm a smriTiTi IVUajajZjiV UIXUUO, mo in O JXU And he had been gone ton minutes be& To accommoda e the demands of Ins increased fore the postmaster came over to mo and r Feathen hate been diarded fprtho Ilest Turnouts furnished transient patronage. itlcisant ...life and u ell ...I base fo.t. sale twohne iejisterel It Ntein-lrci- All nersons wishing , . . r I...II whispered: I KsiVIlU Commercial 1 ravels rs and others maue pleased air tbvin summer. s htanftirdwife let Mills use Patent it rloyr our cro-at 'm" ' "-- ' tanc. attu ui.s ,rmr iirnerMil trI.Kit. )!-H H Call for -' Roller ut "Did you ever!" Xow York Sun. Stanford, Ky on bind, urge Tho toque capote is a bonnet of youth- eery, and if they have not got it KV, l Publlshod Evory Tuesday and Friday t,k to Those ROYAI j rsfclr.i 'vv.iB.jpttisnsriz: court-house ti-n- Female I'Elt fflULKfE tuJ ! 1 ''. 1 Turni-rssillc- d POWDER Absolutely Puro ltnnf'i -r JACKSON HOUSE. sea-sot- 107-t- -- W. F. 3IcCIARY FOR 11TSTJIIA1TCB iisiriti'tidfRnn v,s&Za3a&ammk e, Established y. I. NEW FAST MAIL OTIS P. NKWLAXD OWENS W0OD WALL AGE, FOR SALE. St., Men's Outfitter Louisville, Kentucky. 1 ( , NOTICE! CARPENTER ur')" NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. "'"i' J. A pa s F. Briuklcy 0. M'ROBERTS, ' Attention, Coal Hurners. 1 Court-Hous- Hi H. WILSON, tnrr u THOMPSON BOYD, un after-handfu- mm i a POSTED. pro.t-cutn- THE NAPIER For Sale Ism s f . first-clas- -n ""'"" ., 1 1 ..... WALLACE P53 IthBiIP nriTn m IrMiS liUlliSr "m". N - Cantaill Ani'irlj or er n-h- to ICE 1 n - - , . ttdl-itn.is- tcr 1 ed ' Pool and Billiard Parlors Stable Conts Pound, pri-ing- ly IAI ,. an .71 TeiiirT!? WM. ADAMS SON, . . "" II.itloN AVKe Ail In-- . 3Irs. X. i ono of thoso bv no means rare mi:a!j ,!io3o discipline is much x, 'S9. ucponutnt upon her mood, while her mood in turn is much inlluenved bv her Board from June t to July i, per week $5 00 Cottage Rent from June t to July i,per ueelt j o bodily comfort. It follows that the hniall Board per week after July t 600 daughter Katio is treated u ith more or Cottage Rent pcrjweek alter (uly t . 5 50 leas sternness, Recording to circum-stanceSingle Meal a fact which she is quite shrvd 50 Horses well cared for, per veok too enough to appreciate. One day 1 tventl v nverybody is cirdially Inwt'd to sislt us enrly ur.i. a. was renrovinir Kmio in in the season and get advantage of the reduced fietful tones, when tho child looked up rates. Respectfully, A. L SPOONAMORK, 110111 nor sc-on tlio lloor to observe f P O Add Stanford, K. with the pretcmntural gra ity utS eara: m. ,i.A u " more comfer'blo chair, ' 11 mamma." Doaton Courier. H.XinU iz v7 EXiXi. ful eJlJpO. Season Cpcais Jt'iie s, -- ao-t- 1x1 r leceptions. Thi? season's flogs are ornamented u ith forty-twstars. Maids 01 honor at weddings carry of lilies of the valley. Black and colored tulle lioniicts ate made for midsummer wear. SiUer lorgnelte-- are n shmle moro ele- gant t,ian tlloso of tortoisL S''"H jsoiuiui-- i tor youiniui iiiatron3 lave strings that como from the backo las-ke. - Bongnliue drosses are in favor for them to keep it. or get an order from them and get it at the Mill and mil guarantee a pleasant and Interesting tamily V N POTTS, Superintendent. jrS 1 ' LEXINGTON. ts jiT.HI. HIIIjTOZLnT . imr, I. M. IJRUCE, sals m STANFORD, KV. m nm ler ROWLAND, KV i'ean-- r , :f .'V AS TEH CHICKEN Ir Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMr.RCIA! travelers Horses and mules bought and sold Onl lirt-clifiresniul ebl c in as Cholera Cure ! ir, ,Conorai Lino of Grocorios, All kinds ut Produ Ai Fan,.) Candle, Canned tliv-dtakeir in ciJun; lor go ids s Hoots, 'ht.s.s. Clothing. Hardware Queens- w are, l in w urniturc ami a Als ji-ti-i t WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO- - ITT rlUUbrj, LOUISVILLE, KENTUOKY. Ctinlil THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES Loil poet Haired Individual Tako. Ills Choirs-- . Sir. I nm n Editor Yes, that'o all right Which , . .. .. .i.... r. ..wU... fit,, i'ichi iu u . i..t.t uuciuuoeu loiieatn by tho devil, or thrown down tho eleva- ju A ungianu consists 01 eighty garments. Straw bonnets for sumuini- nm ninwtct Urt fioft.ns Iac0 il'"l are held in shape by - Very largo ladies hhould wear plain fabrics without figures or Htrijies. A wedding trousseau for a biide in NOTICE. We have purchased the Snnfird Wilei end Grist Mill and filled it with neu and fust-cla- ss niachinvr) nnd will begin on Oli &. N Route! Co h Ii It'd N.A M tor? The Epoch. S2.S0 TO S4- - PER DAY. ACCORD-IN- C TO ROOMS. TURKISH A-- hat! RUSSIAN I3ATHS IN HOTEL. "How does your husband likeyour Mutlnr of UnrsTtnliilr. nev. ' " silk in. a shade of soft 1 wiie. A Rliadu of pink, which is not expressed by salmon" or "old rose." is called veal color. To 11110 Only one Night out to New York. Sclid Veatilii Trains to " I......!-- "'"-- 1 " "ic-ssi-s 1 yet." Tioy Pi ess. "I don't know; ho hasn't teen tho bill Tsui DirrViunt Itk'uU. litiriiiim OlOSOIIln. mailoof a business and he yellow like the la- - eJ!e of l",,n ''" b an exuer. to I t R. B. GEOGEGHAN. SUCCLSSOR TO it if M'MIOHAEL, 511 THE HATTER, 4TH AVENUE, & ry H 1 1 LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. m - 1 m w M Mi The Nobbiest Most Stylish Stock of F.ver brnught to tlir city ol Louis tile, including thu world-rcnowu- ed HAT si 1 onn! ' KHOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. RATS And also mr own importation of Knglish Hats' and Caps Anil k. 'it line ot Canes and Ly m'i U h' iu'.I.s always on lu.nd rim. i (PTJMiiT' r -k j&kr S W JMKsM jfri mi Ai"'n.r- .grhl m ft' ' . ' STTm i Ti? c- - SXI tf Cc!i-bmc- d SEAL SKIN SA0QUES, CAPS, specWty. Orders out cidcof city soliutrd, perfect tatisfactlor gtiarju teed. llM'tlai! to order a NO0HV HAT SI ty Gloves and oilier Putt, I Visitor Why nro on crying. Tommy? Tommy Ks,Lauso mamma won't let me wtr my hair long. visitor -- Oh, you want to look like little Jxrd Fnuntleroy, don t you, dear?" Tommy I want to look liko BuUalo Dill Cliteae"' JounittL & i ; ' Youil'T l.ldv 'Tndimt..! I,.,., ..n y necked gowns when tho commencement -- taues piace in tne eveninsr. linjst !tl. . j Amendments to Articles of laceration 1 uwi t uu .s iripuoaio soio is an in . vention 01 iute,t ilnte. Sa i boot. Ir U estimated, will last u lifetime. Theio has leen a report not pioporiy j Cumberland Valley Land Co. conlirmed, however that dress coats are to bo lined with colored satin next the undersigned shareholders of the Cumber-- ) land Vnlle) Land Compsii) amem! tl e said Com-- I reason. pany's Articles of lnctrimiiiiuii, licretotore nlt-Bonnet strings are liny pipings like j tor record Auki it 1, i8S, in the ulluc ot the clerk basing thcrctotcre Lincoln Count) milliners folds, which pass under the of thedul) aiknossledgi I ourt, been d, as follows I '1 hu first and third sections of said articles chin und end In a ro,etto just lielow the are so amended as to include within the scope of left ear. the Conituiij'soper ition i.in addiuon to the toun the lountivs Knox, Ladle of wealth and fashion havo ties of Harlan and Dell, I'crr), Ltlchc-r-, ofPowell, U'liltlev, Laurel, l,i), conn nets with lloiists for keeping their, Wolfe, Johnson, M.trtin Morgan, Metufue, Hath, Rowan. drawing rooms supplied with their favor-it- o niing, I Lllmtt. ,Lawrence, iloyd. Carter. I'lcm- euis, (lnIi), Jackson, I'losd and exotica. Pike, in ulucb said additiiiiial rounlits it shall hi--, hust-lawful transact The Latliea' Dress association in Lon- ncss uf for the said Cumpaiiv to lands, theItsmining1 purchasing: and s llms, don, which does its best to extend tho ami sue in coais auti sue manuiaiiurv 01 iiiiuiicr. II Section 4 is tii.it the en I'll use of garments conducivo to health nnd stock otsatil Com tso amended ns ono hundred and inanr. iiitc.ul of . .1 .. .i. .. comtort, employs a milliner who has in- nil) mousanaunuars, snail lie one million 1X.1 , sIliism of one hundred ilcll.irs lars, which vented a coik hat for ladies. K.iid shares shall h Ksued to the stockholder l) ivrtiHcHti-- u lien $10 ruld "A Steel Which is twelrn ntOina Innr. thcroof subscribed forhas bn (', 01 each share W Wn.cn, and placed in tho back of tho dross twelve H S WiTiiKtis, J W. Haydk.v. inches below tj.o waist lino," tho latest W. P. Walton, definition of n bustle, shows that tho J. ft. HoCKKK, P.. B. VfiirRIDt by Jamw W, Fox, tide is fast fading from exhtence.-N- ow Aiteriies-lii-fdYork Press. Pox. Su-.I I C (jrt-en- Now lluwell has ht I oser 40 etr' experience at the lias v.)tiired th.roui.li know'l- - Passing .ill the Famous irgmia Springs by day branches in iddnun there will light and arming at Old Point Cjiufurt and the assist him in cjr.liug t.ite us a Eva 3 horn the next atternoon TC1(. ,ria, hi.he,t market ru-- paid for good whin-corP HCWLLL it U) 'lime Card in F.ffrcl July 1, i8j. Saturday, May 18th, I8B9, Washington, Phlladoiphla, do custom grinding anJ carding Our Mr Baltimoro, York, e &&tiS&$ ;a3.v 0 r-- si n . 1 .'-- ?jfe?t& m .t. J s Hon sands of dollars wortii of die y- -i !' F.ASTWARD. l.sc Stanford 1 riirtMJirTaTtViT Kx n.uiv 45 15 Sun " " exington- " Winchester K Ashland Citlcttstjurg ' Huntington. .. Arr White Sulphur.. . Clnrlottssillc-.- " " " " OHe Preston Morehcad Hill Ml nterliiig V. Junctioa.., la 1 1 tl oj pi, pm 0 7 Daily n 3 a; am i 31 am 6 30 pm J 30 am 11 I.xprets. . Dally Kprcs H Fast y l pm 10 .tin a 03 3 10 3 tj oa 6 05 5 jo 6 50 pm pm pm pin pin pin pm pm. 0 31 nm 8 4 " Washington " llaltlinore .ti... " PiiiUdclplili " New York " Richmond, V.i,. . OlilPnlntCoiiiforl " Norfolk .. . 10 40 pm 1 19 pin 53 pm 1 43 pm ta 30 am 1 M pm 0 1 a am 10 2j pm 11 co nm 4 "S am a jo pm 8 10 nm 3 53 pm ii 11? am i pm n jo am 9 30 pm jo pi 11 1 40 pin J os am pm 11 30 am 5 05 6 35 o n q aOam pm 10 jjj am 1 03 am to of .t icuicuy tn.it ; i ft has been made, and to In. mi inred of its el'ficacy only rcuir .1 trial a 50 cents bottle is enc ugh f .ine hundred chickens. Ji is gnat jr'i-v'iIf, after using tuo-tondof a l.'vlf. the buyer is not thoiotih'v 'I" u v. ith it as a cure for C hit I. en C .,.--. tetttrn it to the undcis'gni-miupv will be refuinlcd ret D) sale McRo xrts it Sugg, Stanfvd Duirc - .... , .xr jet. - chicknis th.u. "ther diseases combined. Hit the It is more fatal to ecrv vear from ( ,u "'' ! s .,-- '..' t' 1 c) Cnl W) l"'iJ 4 tMfWiOLACREAf.l .sv'-onot sas srtibJh JVi xriMEjkm DRH0RA'i THIS prcpnratlon.uitliout .... j 111 eat-h- s 11 it, JaiksY lllllirv.rcmnvi-itTiVnnlr- . Returning, fast Vestihuled fitun New orkmid .. nil oaslern tiuintu jrrntt. .ir Wttii lsfir . job. Llv6r-Molot- 3. Pim. daily I'a-- t mall from ami l.i'xlnslon 4 17 p IJtua, limciz-tiona- a. Sunburn nrsrl II untliigton .nitl all points ut ntrhes Wnichis- r 11 jsamniii Les.inglo-11 45 ntoii Jn Ij Kx Tan. A few nnnlications will m.t.io.. i. I'ast express from Hi n jnirion. most stubbornly red skin soft, emooth nnd ippt Sundiy - ana Wli'cling arrises I.exl, L'tou wldte. Viola l'.trkermirt,Oroam is not a paint or IO JI P III iluilv 0'ic Hillccomnioduiioii am; leases V rvclustcr powdcrtoctrverdcfecli, but a remedy to cute. Lexington ItuiuperiorCoal other preparatlong. and ,10 a and I.i'tirgtoii 8 in $ a" p m, Winchester 40 guaranteed to give satisfaction. At Jrug. For tick'Kts ind infuriiwtion nmcor .uip'y to putsormrdlcd for 60 cents. J'reparcd by i 0. W IIAKNKY, S. A. UROMIlKltO. Trus Pass Aal. UITT-NICr- t . -- m 1. L MUUI'HV.f.tmri-vs.Atonto. J I YARRINOTON d V l' . el-f,,- , ft y For Silc at McRoh,rt,.V Stagg's, Stanford Ky. 111 1 111 rick.-iA'ii- G. O. 1 1 "n CO,, mmmmm