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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890060301 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 1890 $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. t Semi-Weekl- y vol. xviii. WOODFORD Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, JUNE 0. 1890. NO. 27 7 sought no sympathy, asked for no aid, LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. hut with his fiict Hit liki ii Hint In. )...- For Sale---Bric- k Residence ' Clerk on the 25th Nominated For Appellate The KuilitH of Pythias hae pot The dry goods houses will close at (1 airain the building of his ruined for pin In huh Ino live. wrtt Man. Dealer In Ballot. poned their han.iu't until the night of o'clock, beginning .. h. ii .1...trei. and biitil.rxb nl. kn n "". times, June 'J. 'Ite Court square, Stanfon) I ItOWSI.rV r s predicted ill our dispatches The tiilcher Bros, are paintim; their Hut he rose to Hud hi.s cause lost, his tl11' ''"I1, , . PRPERS. is tliD democratic nominee for '' Kni''' llkL "w Wacfchinl, entire block on Main street white, which health shattered, his hopes dcstioycd, ' ,ak clerk. The nomination was made Ins ftieiiiUmid himself under & OILS. "Vht, other regions to makes it have altogether a dillerent ap- the Imn of "l"s .. ballot, nftertlie most remark- on the (. n...ir iniiivi '" "H"1- . u i "is intention to llml n peanince. foffcrforialeprnatelj ray h irn, kn,nathe .. .,, mraii....iU f..ii...r. . , , VARNISHES, ETC , friiv ...i...p,.. .. .. J.. !.. Lewis i,utnior.l place, near the Stanford comes,, ever tKnown ... inv ta.... 1... ,,,,, ,, lllkM1) ,() tu,,rB,rM In the early part of the winter just nine U'lmt ilif. Mt'Hln""e locality anil thcic engage in pike, and iunnin nr.rlj f. I)u Ruer. - KENTUCKY. c.ntaininK 112 Acres It is ell impr.iic.1, ha passed a young man living here had his DANVILLE, remit being reaelivil at !. v. m., Miuir .lenities l.e surmounted, with what truth business. g.lutttm and tli? land it m a tine Mate of WAI.fc I'APKIJ AM) l)Kt'()ltA110S, tht lars day. The convention was in almost and candor and justice he wrought Decoration .lay, May I'.Oth, was gen- o voi coat to disappear from his room and Call en or aMie4 me at Gil itrts out Crek. ett and most i nmnlet tr.rL m f .mr .1 1. s L WITHERS continuous session from h v. it., Thtirs-dav- , his problem, upon vvliMt sure founda- erally observed here; the banks were had given it up as gone To his Surprise lM",l " "' alc. and mut irn tn ie orations Kl . I....LJ ...... . f..ll' .11 till the final adjournment, or near- tions he has built the rounded dome of closed all .lav, the postollice from 10 un- ...v.. 'vniixiiiii.Mw.iKciiiiiio ins room ilc bh.iile in cnill: anet PkIC TH ) I.OWKST AND WORK TUf fhsl til 'J, while the young tolks went to and his coat was lianging on a ly two whole iiiuhU and a day. Kurlviu u pure and lofty manhood, n I. M. BRUCE, chair. let the testi antiutiM, kuull) soluited I'er.re firdcrs are the balloting nil the candidate vvcie mony of these men of Harrison who Camp Nelson and had n picnic, in the Memorial day was generally observ- placed ,,. , ..... ...... ,,r,l(S .'nil meaning of the expression both y wmi.iraw, save .a...K... our. ed hcie. T.e banks were closed all lav SALE AM FSEO STA3LS, im. ,,,. th.ir lllart9 ftllt.Hti and liberally construed. Mart... and they mil along with about The people he has served for 11 vears as and most all the stoics in the afternoon. STANFORD, KV. ::.:. :.; and llii respectively t. I the Hrcuit clerk know hm, belter, ami love The closing exercises of (iarrard Fe- The colored members of the G. A. H. I his was caused by half of break came. " bin, more, than nnv of us. Thev have male College began Friday night with an mnrched with a band of music to the t r.'loi k p the Warren county delegation going to H,LM, ,ini at his desk, with his 'cheek entertainment at the Opera House by soldiers' grae in the cemetery, where a SPECIAL ATTENTlrj.V to COMMERCIAL lxuiii.Of.r ami then changes were made HimIiu.1 with ....in. r..f..slm. .,, ,nVl. i.i. the pupils of the preparatory and pri- short ceremony was gone through with MONDAY, JlTNE 9, 1890, trailers Horses and mutes bought and sold OnlvfiMt-cla- s i "" mary departments ' " " t ' i . .. horse and vehicle ued in livery. under charge of Miss and the graves decorated with (lowers, On the prenrne. the i.ifli ami j.ir.o.is. .ur, Martin was first ,,ni,r ,,f .Int.. ,....;! ,.n .. 1..1.111...1 ,0,,i,J ,,ri(U "" withdrawn, then Adams threw up the jj8 f,. jH to fjUMII Ada Vivian, Jackson Davis, a wealthy and high - CT A M PHD 0JM,n book.and not r DHf 1 HARRY A. EYANs, sponge and on motion of (iov. llitckucr. n page in it would thev hide finm ,1,,. The exercises consisted of speeches, dia- - esteemed citizens of Danville, aged 7:1, 1V11LL unL AUJ-ilii- A DDMii lognes, tableaux, instrumental and vocal dropped dead Friday. He tfas standing w no i.eiu tiie proxy oi riKc ami votcu gae of ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, AN" EIVATdR mankind. it soli.lly every time for Adams, cast the And yet, theie is a storv on one of its music. Misses (ieorgie Miller, liracio near the en trace of the cemetery, watch w.n be id withoi Tv.e , ,,,1,, Jllltl(, , MASMiRp, k ,he hille8t ,"l,dt,r' Kiucaid and l.irAu Tlioiupon, prepara- ing some workmen move an old house ' vjteofthat county for Ungiuoor and pagos which, iiiuny other than a that Ids nomination be made veiitiou of Kontuckv dim.ocruts, I should tory departuieut, and Misses DoxieMarrs when his death occurred. Helms been Capacity of Mill 75 Barrels per Engineerinpr and Surveying in all branches. Dny Capacity of Elevator unanimous. This was done amid scenes besitate to tell in public. Sacred as are and Li vy Sweeny, of primary, each re- mariied.twice ami leaves his second wife t gold medal. Miss Uettie Itohin-so- and three daughters, Mrs. James and cnthusi- - it,., atlections. I am sure ,n ..n vinli.m... ceived a of the intense! 40,000 Bushels. Fleece, was awarded a gold pen for the of Memphis, Twin.; Mrs. Dr. asm, the Irtemls of t.ie Harrison county to the canons of good taste in communiUuerrant, The m.ii .aub..n,iai - r, greatest improvement in penmanship. of Ml Merhng, and Mis. George Davis. ,lr0.rLe',,,'4.uir).p,?d ',h ,he new t,ck u,id-mathm- - This notiT firarn hunters, fiahermen and man punt; wild with ! liuht. cating that story. tami other not to tr,pt on our land Mitbout per. '1 lie Adams men stood by tlndr favorWhen W. W. lmgmoor awoke from NUuiday night in College Chapel the UKsion, as all Mich will bo prosecuted to the extent o'tho law Stoned --This town, and every other town ite with a loyalty and stubborn poisis-tem- thuelteiUtof the anesthetic given him ,fKi gouian Literary .society"' gave an enl,r I' V. LOGAN', p.V. HOLMKs is composed of has the same, a gang of boys who which showed how deeply thev in the operation to which he at last sub tertainment. The ;,I.J.L".,,.I?3R,C"ARDS coi ,'os" ADAMS It CMNhs j (i McKI.VNK. were in earnest and Martin's followers mitted, he felt the gentle touch of a wo the intellect of the school and as a natu- trive and furnish a great deal of amuse-- , J h?. bn run nlo't MKcefuiiym, p'rSJT Mr. SWIKORD IRWIN, "johx G. I.VNN. were as faithful and true as ever chain man's hand upon his brow, ami heard ral consequence the entertainment was ment for the older ones. The boys here m"v '" ot" XZlMZltiC'Su .o.u! pioned a cause, but the fates w ere ndust the music of a voice ns sweet us the a rare treat. All the voung ladies did have started a circus and give some fun- - atie " ma,le ,otlo": upheafa.rsortlifcorpor-ll.,""m performances. They had ll Street them, and having lot alter an lionora. miiimur of the brook or the rustle of the excellently. Miss Annie Koyston's parae-tlurd ca.h; Uilatice in one and to t,,L' Door one Kvening," parade here Niturday. ble hglit. they submit with all the grare-- mn. That hand nursed him, that voice, ' which ea3ed iSiTprSSTr 'S'Ae'-I ticMre lo sell fiilncwi Inirti of true chivalry ami will toothed and inspired his heroic etlort "'lied for loud and prolonged applause. moie laughter than John Robinson's did same my Unit of aliout i i acres itu .I'ed "' ..nit i'4 milei. mirth of Ma'nfnrd on the ntLhK '"day night the art reception in not long since. The Cow n hen. etorth be found in the Longmoor for life, and when the light was won Kusli ilranch pile, opposite the old church. There '"e about 50 acres in wheat and The nominee is a iiitui of the that woman, as pooi as he, but dowered 'l1' ,n,,lM,l. Tuesday night, the concert iy a nog nut-liethe balance to a small wairon. The of the farm ell set in timnthv rje; l.nn.1 .!... Mi.,,. highest integrity, with a record both as a, with the ineilable graces that most adorn nl (,,om l,ol,t'' m,(l Wednesday night band was composed of little negro boys. of four rooms and liuhen and a splendid new X. .irn; is well watered and fenced. Possesion can "iiiieiiceinont exercises at Clnis - who brought up the leai soldier and a civilian tht challenges our highest loa-- t, hunime his wife To-- l',u been en immediately. For particulars, sev J. r. tiiii, ilnif-flUiley, Stanford, or write the nndersigned at .miss M. M. Hicbie. music teacher at kiiii... eiHtntion ami detiescritidsni. ItoHd gether thev laid a lieiirth-stouround Ciminna.i, Ohio K WITHERS. wss .eme .loniistou nas returned Caldwell College, will give her annual dimiiK, mi hi Li.untof mi nldiizt' the Hon .lack Hendricks speed! plac which sons and dauehters lm..u . in..,.tl... frim 1iuiiii-- , Inffir hir jl rr...i. f"0'1abt? has been vlnre conceit Monday night, June ', nt the ingiiimin nniiiiuatiou lfore the con- or they wrought out their destlnv ami THE COMERCISL HOTEL Miss Lottie liroadus ileni uouse. .miss l.'ichies entertainl0M,u"U school. and fuel every Hbre In vourhody, tosetlier thev come to duv to tliU futiirrv Dh IIiuc Adiiiimtioti as the life of a veiitiou. borne upon the lieartsof those "as returned from a three wccks visit to meiits are always auviously looked foi- moti'liiFibli- liMutul ..! 4'iniii ........ thrill with j. u t.s, .Manager. .. ...x,' 'mi slim. Miss Jennie ward to and this one promises to be iu.!iiSl"ri,ii. gemuiie heto. l.uinMe thongh he lw, to who hnvo witnesswl tlieir devote.1 strug-- ! f0,,,,ri ,u nrynntsville. Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. " , ou""'R'i.mr n nm.,ith von: cauiKiier, who nas ennrge 01 a scnooi at ane.ui 01 anv previous one The enm- - . spr.'.ui . i.e. ' IIH mrfcMllllllll?, n maul Huh.. . I y. .m n...l ...I..-- nt lw.11... h4. . llitu Mull M 'lilia.it, .OTiiiif,,.,,., .. ...... Itw.iif..tii.iit .m.. f.. ri , base taken charge et this popular hotel .. . .... v . ....-..- .. .,,. f i.M.swu i.restmt to vou one 01 tint and intend to run it in a first. class manner in every 110111I- a lew days, .miss .Minnie Walker, ot -. n Hore lumaml tut respect It.sbem; papered and painted from 'boys from the trenches.' I le is a genu lor rise lor the purito of plurfng in in Itw4nnillf, K) top to bottom, the bedding is beins reno ated and W '''" "iMer, Mrs. V. o. terian cliuich Tuesday niirht, June :i. nation Woodfonl W. Ungiuotir, of the ineson of toil, whose hand has never ' Kirkt,vil,t. ' everuhing done t mati it pleasant and comfort in a prMpfmu town with Stanfiinl t"pulatum The table f .;o. mpullj incrnHMnc in neer be surpass...untv of Harrison. grasped a dollar that hiA labor has not ' ,:,,e.v- - T. H. Uobiiison, Judge V. E. The closing exercise? of Miss Joe Keed pn.p,Mi section, able for guests. this section shall J II. OWENS ,?.l,'Mf,l." mlh l""P: for itnuc, i good ed bj hotels in !W1'1 u'- ''' 'nson attended the school occurs Friday, (ith. The Morris T Kir llntol buMiitw, unit a It is not a matter of surprise Unit tho unniMl; he Ixwists' no titles, tlisplays no' Wa,kvr flaw cinmuni-i- ) tnnhl in. m..M liicntiive oince 111 iim gm 01 toe insiimia of herah rv mid be on tl m. idnm! ",llumiu" ai "ou.sviiie nisi weeK. seminary cominencenient w leimiiiiHl further pirtlmlars mas.lx had by ait- OM'rl ' hlkl" ,s '" At,n,lt" " OI1 uight of tlie 10th. .Mrs. Duke will voilii people of Kentucky should cull to the save that of honest imlustry. hut come, utttrii-- - iirmwlf I M C POUIMAX. Stanh.nl "lm uraud stand of the duniocniticnicocoursu utiMle-s- t in his worth, to submit his claims u,,8jm'("i- - Mrs. . I. H. Taylor was culled with an entertainment at the Opera! ooxviue .asi weew .y leiograui an - iiiouse tne ntli. The commencement rrrtTi-- r manvil thf auiesl coursers in tlie nuiKB to the representative of a generous ami . a Keard Fifty Dollar for nouucing the serious illness of her fa - exercises of Centre College will begin on "fll.epaity. discriminatiiig people. iVI Y Will VV will payconsictun of anj un.1uthor.1ed informi of lion on person titer, Allen Huruside. Mrs. J. C. Kali - the night of the 10th bv an oratorici u . -- M ne olhce Is one requiring gotnl bus!- Xl.VV1-ri- ai Nominate him and you dignify and - contest between the two societies of Found Cutting1 Timber or Dam ne.ss nttims ami cierKiy skiii lor UMt sue- - honor manhood, viitue find courage. lert ami daugtiter, .Miss l.eo, of louisthe aging any Improvements ' tesshil discharge of its duties. Can it be Nominate him, and vou inspire with villi, in rived Sunday to visit Mr. V. O. College and close on the 15th. Prof. J. ' BURNSIDE, Proprietor On the follow ing proper.) : Sweeney. Miss Mary Annie Wilmore, 1. Walton, who has charge of the pre- iwssibie that these qualities alone found riding hope the bone' and muscle ami 'I candidate are siilllcient to heat sinew of Kentucky's toiling thousands, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. John E. paratory department of Centre College, No Hotel in Kentucky ha. a better repmation, Timbe farms at Highland Lnoun as W A. Cash's, many Hutchison's, George .laugh'!., Hastin Heirs', ... ... Hiuiiicior n ucunn dcj uui thc-- e gathering clans to enthusiastic fu-- 1 Nominate him, and ten isicinuoiid street. .1. W. .Mil er' will close tiu lOfh. H V oung, I S Young's 11 ..ere place, W.Terthousand hearts shall be maintained - I think ,, ry's, Win Long's Ipis returned from a week's tiip to Ciu- Dr. I). C. Tucker has gone to Supe-1. for their respective cuttiestrue ns ever throbbed within Jhe' At Cox s Lap W Hutchisons 40 acre farm, ' Freeman and K E Uarren's timber tracts on Ruck voire shadow of a shield, hardly beating now cinnati. Miss Stella Stout, of Elizabeth- - rior City on business and will be absent not. Oh the contrary, I am sure He has recentl) ac' Jed to it .ippointnunls Creel., 307 acres, John Turnbull's, spaces, John Charlie Ki.ie.iid nt the sentiment of evoiy delegate here, ,w .1,,,.. ...... ...... iir,. .."1.1.- .iMicnanin , yi acres, ii, j. Harris'. 90 acres, 11. vi..iv town, is with her sister. .Mrs. E. W. Ml- - about a mouth. Powers', ion acres John Anderson's, .4 acres, V. II. Kinnnird, H. T. Noel, J. C. Washington, is here on a visit to his I sav that to him, besides these when your decision, will welcome the verdict lard. Wash Harris' 517 ucres, freeman's, 800 acre,, A1, Robinson Mill tract, I Tobin's farm, qualities, there is fiat in the life andMjtb Hosannas. And Kenruckv, the T,10,"lson. V. 1,1. Hobinson, J. V. San family. He is much impioved in health, (5och's Joel nn ..Ku U..ln. Livery Stable W Pnll.n. ...rtn Petrev's farm, A. usisf..,........ tarm, (haracter of his candidate which inspires proud mother of us all, will be jiistitled difer and John M. Logan attended the though not himself vet. Miss Annie A First-Clas- s v.. vr,, lieury Miller's, joo aires, Henr) .siuv. Millers, 44a acres. big sale of lots nt Middlesboro. Will James, a Crab Orchard belle, Visited To accommodate the demands of his increased Stephen llurch's, - acres, D II. Kdmiston's tho ilevotiou and commands the admira- of her childien " "est Turnouts furnuhed tract. Strode Hoiee, Cottase near depot at Crab 11 Collier, custom house, and Miss Fannie Miss Anni..S.w..irs.,, tl. Ii ...hi 1,, 1.. UanMent tion of generous hearts. For thosu who r- -' i.iv .'. in. commercial ravelers anil others Orchard, Hotel, Cott.ije and Storehouse at Otten- A Maine Idyl. Collier, Hamilton College, are expected stitute last of the w eek. Miss Mary Tab me the iioininatiou of Mr. heim J OlllMIFIMKK. , They ie telling dow u East a story ie-Agent f r Owners to visit their sister, Mrs. Hoberta bott is visiting Miss Mary Burk in the iAXigmoor, do not hesitate to say that. while he possesses the perfect business specting the recent high jink kicked up Elkin. Mr. and Mrs. Carter and chil- - county. .Mr. Iloen Fox has been contin-eX O to his room by sickness for several habits and clerklv skill necessary ,to the' u' " drummer who regularly vi.sits tho dren. De Land, Fla., are visiting the fain- fnllifnl Pri,... ......, v.. .... - nt ll... ,lnli..s nt tliiu tWII8 111 I CIIObH'Ol mill l'si:itaiUis ilvof tiflbii (iili.ieN. Mioses Ida mill days. Messrs. Will Dunn. Tom nice LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE " .....f.Uls complete May Adams, of Mt. Vernon, aie visiting and John Maughinan attended the Art t.tlue, rising like Teneritle above these, ('m,lltus RAILROAD. "nseiiecied in a most startling manner Mrs. J. II. Brown. Mrs. J. It. Letcher Reception at Lancaster Mondav night, are qualities of head and heart woven the web of a humble hut heroic life. n'ul "ith disastrous consequences. The and little daughter, of Stanford, weie given by the art class of (.iarrard Col The dre.it into intimate acquaintance 'visiting Mrs. W. H. Mason. Mrs. K. A. lege. Mr. William J. (iilmote, of Sou. whiih move and stir the profouudest rummer formed ... . . . . .. ........ .... . ;i nil timstt.a ... lcpthsof human feeling, and bieathe in ..HiiiiMMMnuumu !. a cuuiury vh- umiiiaii, 01 uyntliiana, is vvitli the Mini- - eiet, is Here on a visit to relatives. Mi. THROUGH TRUNK LINE.1, The laitc not far from Hailiror llll.l it WHS llOt Iv nf Dr. Hush. Uu'hmnnd stmnt. Mrs Mark Thnrmnn m..,1 fo,il,. l..f i.i.leiu cm as tender as the wind limp's Ioiik cit the neikdibors coninieiiciMl to Todd and Miss Brady, M. Joe, Mo., are for Cumberland Falls, to take ih.ir,i' of wild and touching wad. 2& Will you give 1110 audience while with talk about "Sadie Dash's bean." and to visitinc Mrs. Fannie Farra. Mr. and ' that noted summer resort. i, few of the predict a speedy mariiaue. The drum .Mrs. u. 11. louiiK lett yestentay tor a unskilled lingers I touch HUSTONVILLE, KY. To the DemocratirCounty Committee. (?(! visit to friends and relatives at Lexing holds in a life symphony 113 beautiful in nier represented hiinst'lf as a single Are still in the l m m ami reaoj to do any possessed atrreeable inanners ton, l..ru.MEX. You will nlease meet 'nt t 4 0tii cotton, as heroic in etlort. as natient lcllOlasvllle and other point .h . Ithing in the L'ndertalsin line We hae a full the love of the girl and M,sS Nan T. Denton and Miss Tattiu y elliee in Stanford, Monday, June iith, JjOUlSVltte stock of Cases and Caskets of all kiiuls .in.l nh in stitlering, as niodeM in tiiiimph as and wl,olly of esery deicriptin Our hearse, which is nearlr To Nashville, tl,e fO'ihMu'H'L' of her parents. He fre Huazley, Hyattsville, are with Miss Dove county court day, for the transaction oi nny that ever found birth in the brain of new can be obtained on short nonce. Jlr J. B, Memphis, Green has charge of cur busmen and will sfiou fluently remained at Sadie s home dur-- ' Harris. Alex McKee Kiimaird returned important business Ueethoven or MoJirt or Wanei. our goods to an one needing? au)thing in our Atlanta, iur Horn 111 the county of Kenton in IS It), inn Sunday, was very attentive, and, ac-- Satuiday from Middlesboio. Tno. I). Xkw i..v.vd, Cliui'n. 64.t( Montrrnmprv i he had scarcelv known his mother's cordinn to the generally accepted belief, What Cured the Old Man. Tkkkihi.k Kkmlt of OxkCii.ahetti.. enganeil. One day a telegram Little Rock, titiiilo before father and mother were both It was a sad scene. The old man lav Another solemn and impressive warning was bionght to the driimmer while lie. mobile and New Orleans. snatched from him, and penniless, he N'tpnrt Nei A Mississippi Valley Co , "K D. was at the house of his l.ulv love. Ho on his bed and by him sat the faithful against the ciiraiette habit comes from Soliu Vcsti billed Trains to lieuu life's battle in lisping infancy. was tiuryingiii the town awaiting or-- I wife, holding his worn hand in hers, and Mississippi. At I.owry Island, in that Newport News & Miss. Valley Co. With tie hardy pioneer blood that Philadelphia tiers from ''the house." The girl nii- - forcing back the tears to greet his wan- State, a gentleman smoked a single cigar- -' Onlj one change to oints in w armed his veins he souidit no aid but Baltimore, Now York, '11111 Uitlllll 111 Ml lie full (!t(. lrs. ..I (iod's and looked to 110 Mther hand tluiu 8vvered the ring of the messenger and re- dering looks with a smile. She spoke ..:......,.. Alt pomts Fast and Southeast J?. .. i....... III nei'K. l.eganii AR lf A M;AQ, v.s 1 -. -entered the parlor, holding aloft thedtin-colore- d words of comfort and of hope. Hut he ii.Kii OrUy one uiKlit out Irom I.exniL'ton. iiiuku Lis own for bread. Ac.piiriiiK by dint accuracy compels us to add felt the cold baud falling 011 him, and he for historic Corre.ttd 'June Card in Effect Ian missive. .890. EMIGRANTS of industry and perseverance nu educa"Do you really want it?" she iiierried turned his weary eyes up to her pale, that when lie fell he had a rope around tfsily r'astMalli Accom. Seeking homes on the line of this road will recti. e tion better than most youths of his day STA ION S Daily Vh Dailv his neck and the sheiitl'was present in half playfully. "I'eihaps it contains wan face. Special rates Express. Ex. Sun. Ex. Siin. ecured, he vvas well equipped for life's his otltcial capacity. Itostou Transcript. sVc or agents o. this Company for. rates, routes "Jennie, dear wife, I am goiug." dreadful news." ' write ti u 31 n n' 3 ij im'u 3. n'r. I.e Stanford, struggle when, in 1S1, the demoir of " Lexington. 6 10 pm n 4u ami s jopra "Oh, no, John, not yet; not yet." "Guess not, my dear. It'sjiist a line C.P A MOKE O.I'. T. A., civil war sounded his savau'o blast. I outsville " Winchester Southern Cungres.si.ifii are alleged uv ,tin is S5 pm! 6 ao p Ky from the boss. Open it and tell me "Yis, dear wife," and he closed his " K. U. Junction The habits, the blood, the education, " Mt Sterling ... 7 3 P"' as pn. 7 .opui is near. The world grows to be excited over the prospect of a which wjiy he wants mo to ko," yawned iyen, "the end S af pin " Morehc-i43 pm 9 33 pm the association, the instincts of this man the break in the Solid ' Olive Hill drummer as he leisurely folded his dark about me. There is a mist around of the Farmers' South through the aid i 3 I'm slrevv him irresistibly to the stars and " Ashland. 10 30 pm J 35 I'"' Alliance. As the h- - ii mi. ir.itlinrmtr tliirkir and t!iirktr. nml newspaper. " CatlettsburK. .0 43 pm liars of the Confederacy. Under that .. 07 pm 5 50 pm " IIiiniinKton o t) pm The girl tore the envelope, drew forth there, as through a cloud, f hear ti,e P)Pan imrtv have beu trying for I'O Lie Huntington enlisted in IMil in the Second is 30 am banner he g)ltciMsviut HiwAiBm chicaco Rr ;i9- years to break the soliditv of the South Arr Charleston and unfolded the message. As she rim music of angels, sweet and sad." S3 am Kentucky Cavalry, and with what unfalClifton Korye 7 .tl am 1..1... ,i..- - t.... :.,' ........io. wiii.uoi iu.i3im.iiu.is success, we lau 10 iv her eyes over the vviitteu words the ex' ' 5 am., lovy a little tering courage, vvith what devotion, with j; political factor 'the 'brass band on the coiner." lu 50 am! pression of her face brought the drum- that's a J5 pm what soldierly patience lie endured for tanners Alliance is going to do ., ilal.imore " , Mi.l ..s- ..s. ...n v .... .. i... .'" ...... tl... .Ivin.r ........ "Hhv ....... ;.lke mer to his feet.' Before he could speak 3 H pm .. i.e.11111 uoui I'lul .dclphia four continuous yearsof military service, she had ' 0 15 pin . uttered a stilled squeal and lied those scoundrels dared to come around " New York pm immMTTrTn 0 uiiXUlJxnATJ " Kichuiond, Va. 9 ti pm... let those speak who survive with him from 1 40 An old granger stepped into a Louis-- ljUUXO vlJjljr the room, the crumpled paper fall- here when thev know I'm dviui7 Give Oldl'olniComfort of battle. the shock Daily, Secures to Traielers, vine restaurant tin other day and asked Norfolk ing upon the floor. Our drummer res- me mv bootjack. I'll let 'em see." Coming unscathed through nearly four "" long it was till dinner. He was told nprrp towering rage the old man cued the fecrap, and here is what he And in a DA Din AUU 1 MfiPT DnilTIT yearsof arduous service it was in the read: at A'iUo ami 3:30 il pmrains leaving Lex.ncton crnnect am Wipches rrnm liml nml lii.f.in. ...w ,...w he could get it at anytime he said. if., .'iiin.1 .. ...... ...... .......v his. .U.'S-siail, Sunday at borders of the county which now pre' "i)o,'t "poll your arrangements Ky. and iwinun the Kc. r. Ulvnkvii.i.i:, Juno 1st, INK). just to Ever attempted between the creat commercial lJrfor Wo', could think he had opened the window sents him ns her candidate that his good lw" lie saitl obligingly, "but I nu ? fc..e.u!mih boy. Come home. Win:.- -1 ive a Vestibule Ex from XeuVork.Phih.dei- d shied tho bootjack at the band. right lc was shattered by a niinie ball, I.uwistown .lournal. mtcn an poinisin in. souin, or 10 me west and' i""- -. " "".ii.uiiuu iiu oini bast, arrives at reauy wnenever me rest are. I've hit that d tl leader, auyvvay." Lex.ns.on at 4.47 p m daily Stanford 11 57 p m. Northwest. The counterpart of this .rain on all ' leijuirinu llrst an amputation and dually rast mail from Richmond, Va.. trunk lines is denominated all point And he went back to bed ami got Migrating birds met a thunderstorm The sunerb rolllni. tlnt ti.The Limited Express. CAst. Ilu.ltlRztO.1. W. Va. anil flll and.,..... . A charfer has been granted at Hieh. mitlnv ..iss mtrnm nu unsocketini; of the hip j'oint. For Lexington nt 11 40 noon daily except Sun rives well. San Francisco Chronicle. at Cedar Uapids, Iowa, recently and How Unlimited months, stretched upon a couch of con mond, 'a., to tho Confeflenite Jloniori-a- l )' atanlord .1 37 p m. day Mcnon, get Monon and s.icL, to Monon, .1 down against shop windows and electric you wan. to save money and have a pleasant Jour- - Accommodation from Olive Hill and intermediate Literary Society. Its object is to colNow Jersey has adopted the AiiS' fitant pain, ho gr.ippleo vvith tho "grim points, Richmond, Ky and points on the K. C. lights, hundreds fallini; dead. Over 50 ney Ky. Lexington 8 10, a m, daily. monster" anil finally coiuiuered. Tor- lect battle Hags, reliefs ami other emblems tralian method of voting and it is a ques- rut iuii iiii.fi num.,!, time uiiui, maps, lumen, ce arrives at Stanford species were louuu pi Sunday vw...m rare ones etc. call on or address 30 o m. r.. He sure tickets read read tuN, X. hM; V with the pjin of an uncrfra-ll- e of tho lato war, and secure the Jeilersou Uon of only a tew years wuen every fetate captured alive, among them a tured over , l.iiui.viltt, Ky, W. CI. CltUslI.T P. Co., IX I) IAS IIARKEK. Ct I' A , Chicago, wound, ho uttered no complaint, Davis mansion in which to store them. lu ttio union win auopi tne reionu. warmer. Or W It. McROUERTN Agi., Stanford S. V MOUSE, C. P A., Cincln'-iitl-, O. W. LONGMOOR A. E. GIBBON'S, to-da- I.nug-moo- MIL murs Farm Tor Sale. "-- im I 1 - iro-crii)tii- m. a - i .1.1 v... I . . 11 ,,,, litoi-ull- Notable Public Sale. Mi 1111 WBI, m ii I : M-- ' n eon-move- d ' ' exci-meu- 1 n posted! e, srH-'mt- -- 'Vcor't'h -On- itiA lt lull-e- st , V J ! ""-Stoodi- J&U'ltf'l , Col-rank- s. j ' 1 t e HOTEL PROPERTY. .rr-tiru1 FOB JgaL rs rf 'l . K Farm Por Sal. Sft, E. M-- ... rf i - n. - j ';pialrir.....r di-i- ij - s t Swwhiwiln.i"''! i,..u... !.... v.....b... - .. ...-...- .: 1 1 i - .1 9--nn .ir.-.!n- Mi iifrulii s S50 BEWARD 1 , Tflft KlX ,.Li vimn.M j 1 ' ' ' , Po1 and BilliardlParlors ' ilryau-Kidd'star- tl. - I P:'s. 1 3$- 1 to-da- y d iLo lsN.. T :r .liui-li-int- j j ' a . . , ... - SOUTH & vVEST J. T. STTTTOIT .... CO., 11 yen-tlgiua- iMM'dHi'd QS' j 1 tliuN-wer- e OLD K Y. ROUTE Washington, 111 111 1 puis-i-iui- v- -" TFYAQ L.ano, ' ., I ee J 1 . 1 -- . 1 ..-- s - ,. one-hons- e A NEW FAST MAIL tK.,u ' 1 " nnT,,.m. . - lrlJJ 1 ..-4- 10-l- b. -- lu-i- 1 ,. led-po- ll 111 ; -- s LouNville had n sure enough duel Tun Alabama democrat, after a longl nominated Sunday night. Thomas Overband Rob- and stormy convention, have T n inn for governor over the ert Sanders went the principals; Miss j Fnrners, Ainoe ra,li,ate. As is nsu- - Kmina Zenor is the lady fair; St louis Jl'NES, 1800 ;a itl sct1i matters the nomination wns'eemetery was the place; 10: JO was the Ptatoiid, Ky., ' finally made unanimous, everybody ex- -' hour, and two wounds in the body i.f ir.......l ,iUfnetinn mid the L'oose hunir wuuleis were the Jesuit. W. P. Tho Garlield Memorial in Lakeview high. The platform reallirms "unswerv- Cemetery, Cleveland, wad dedicated Fri.....1 !. If .irililu (illlt l lift flltilfTltlfliMl While this faction was almost solid to the principles of the day with imposing ceremonies, in the for various and sundry democratic party, as promulgated by presence of the President of the United for Matt Adams reasons and thought it would be the defended by Jackson ami States, members of his cabinet and disbest politics to nominate him, yet there maintained by (.1 rover Cleveland." The tinguished men from nil parts of tho To to The memorial is a colossal is a general acquiescence in the woik of tarill plank is n strong and clear-cu- t de- country. the convention and the Adams men have mand for reform and the abolition of structure, towering Ittt feet above an eminence in the cemetery which overnow almost without exception become war taxes in times of peace." looks the city and surrounding country. Longmoor men. During the heat of NEWS CONDENSED was ItcoxtSloO.OOO, of which the proceedings there was some bad contributed by the people of Cleveland, blood engendered, but it was only moHail fell to the depth of three feet at the remainder coming from every Mate mentary and was buried insidcof Leider-krant- z Delotta, C.il., last week. and Territory in thu 1'uion and frum IVe Goods, Hall. The friends of Adams, Shoes, I Fat at The Vermont d"inocrats have nomimany foreign lands. who, strange to say, were composed nated a full State ticket of good men. We you to chiefly of Confederate soldiers, can Carlisle's Una vote in the Senate was hustoWilleT cheerfully support their old comrade in against the proposition to expend Mr. Jim P. Goode will look after the ariuB and they will see that his majority ships. for three is in keeping with the high' standard of Harris-Selle- r Hanking Co., with undertaking business of II. 15. Cnmiutr The the ciind'date. Mr. Longmoor has been SS0.O0O capital commenced business May while he is discharging the duties of census enumerator of this precinct. circuit clerk of Harrison county for sev- .'I at Versailles. a. eral terms and is not only a line business Our school commencement will be The fourth annual meeting of the to we man, but an exceedingly popular one Kentucky Chautuuipia Assembly will gin Monday night, June 10th, and most before His record is be held at Lexington, beginning July 1, every night something entertaining will wherever he is known. week. One Is to be given. The graduates. Misses Kate without tlaw or blemish and in every and closing July 11. look of station of life to which he has been Powell Clayton, of Arkansas, and X. Helm, Kate Cook and Mr George boys, you, will give a reception to their called he has demonstrated that he is 13. Scott, of West Virginia, have been see by tnoiveu at that noblest work of God, an honest and elected members of the Xation.il Repub- friends Friday evening, June you, you, lowest Christian College. courageous man. J lie party will Have lican Executive Committee. old-tim- er . Merit to The father of M. G. lliomson is no excuses to make or apologies to oiler State Teachers' Association will The for his nomination for he is above re. meet on the 2."th of June at Frankfort. quite ill. Misses Mary Lusk and Fannie good big proach socially, morally and politically The meeting will be held in the hall of Harper have returned from Daughters books. we we College. .Mr. L. L. Carpenter's oldest the House of Representatives. be We l.NUALLS made a speech at Gettysburg Cassius M.Clay, Jr., beat Capt. J. son, Jesse, has had quite a protracted You, full vent to his M. Thomas for delegate to the constitu- case of flux but is improving slowly. Friday in which he iruve jackassical nature. He waved the bloody tional convention from Bourbon, earn- The wife of Mr. John Burton is now confined to her bed with the same disshirt with the vengeance of a man who ing five of the seven precincts. Mitchell's brick livery stable at Paris ease. has no other stock in trade. He abused We are certainly going to have a the people of the South for honoring the burned and with it three horses. Loss Loss fair. Another meeting of stockholders So.OOO; insurance $2,000. memory of Lee, who, he said '"had been on stock and directors took place Saturday and educated at the nation's expense, and on building $.",000; iusuied, $2,000. The Pupont paper mill in Louisville the meeting was a good one in every had taken the oath to support her constitution and her laws; but he violated was damaged by lire to the extent of restiect. Every one i very much en- D. C. Terhune old and welivered at couraged and our best people are eer-- ! Ins oath, put aside his sword and took about SoO.OOO. Maurice Abeam, a cpringtleld, this week, 'J'.l extra line yearbroke a blood vessel while at work tainly interested. There is no doubt ling the leadership of the most causeless remare mules at $102 per head. The whatever but what this is going to bo rebelled against and died. bellion since the devil bunch was in such excellent condition, Heaven, and both in perjury and in vioBenjamin Hawkins was hanged at "the" fair. Xo expense will be spared they were taken to be fat mules going to lation of faith and honor." He also the jail in Washington, 1). C, Friday, to make it profitable to all. The rings market by several purtiui. Harrods'uirg all that anyonu with much bitterness to the "in- for the murder of his wife, whom he ac- and premiums will be Democrat. solence" of the Southern people in se- knowledged he killed "for some of her can expect. We expect a big crowd and The Trotting Horse Breeder Am a big time. lecting the day they did for unveiling smart talk." ciation of Kentucky is considering and Henry C. Payne, of Wisconsin, has the statue, and said the tendency of the will doubtless establish a great futuritv MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Soutn to say "God alone knows which been chosen to fill the vacancy on the or stallion representative stake, to cloe ' side was right" must be resented and executive committee of the Republican Historian Z. F. uiitli and Miss An- Jan. 1, M , guaranteeing it to be worth checked. The convicted plagiarist grew Xational Committee, caused by the nie Pittman are to be married in Louisnot lens than $li,000. The stake will he exceedingly hot in the collar and said death of Col. W. C. Goodloe. ville on the .")th. trotted for at Lexington. Saturday a water spout burst over many other things that ought to bring Mrs. John H. Ward, of Harlan The Woodcock Iancastcr Xational odium of all decent the town of Fayetteville, Ark., and Hood- Court-Houhim into the further aged IS years, was divorc- Bank stock was sold as follows: Ton ed the streets until many houses were ed from her husband and in less than 11 people. shares, including this year's dividends, inundated. A terrific hail storm follow- - j10ra w,l3 marrjed to Col. David Little, to Dr. W. I. Letcher, of Paint Lick, for Gov. Bccksek is receiving much un- ed ami great danage was done to crops. .,Ked And We Have brought $14:i.t'0a share; the remaining favorable criticism for the part he took . .. The Supreme Court of Maine has! the same price ami were sold to J. Fleece -- Mig Cora, daughter of Jonn II. in the convention, though be did no decided that the sale of liquor in origi--, and Robert Jones, a young fanner Robinson. Lancaster Record. he had a perfect right to do. more than m,,.,... nltlmm-l- . linnnitucl from 'amA Henderson man has a chicken He was instructed by the good people of the Canadian Provinces, is unlawful, and died in Mercer Sunday. Mrs. S. S. Myers received a dispatch which has demonstrated the fact that it Pike to cast the vote of that county ilrst, sustains the decision of the Iowa court. brought the sad js both a male and a female, and can last and all the time for Matt Adams and The grand jury of Campbell county Sunday night, which he staid with the boys from early morn has reported an indictment against the news of the death of Mrs. Eddie Stallcup stand cock at the head of a following of till close of day. The Longmoor men three democratic county commissioners, at Sylvia, Kas., of jaundice. A bride of hens or take its place in the ranks of the SuItH, thought that as he was elected on a sen- Cottingham, Hetseh and Uird, charging six months and but 20 years of age, her latter ami regularly deposit its egg in the timent in favor of the Confederate sol- them with embezzling the funds of the untimely end is greatly deplored by the nest. In appearance it looks like a stricken husband's friends here, who coaipromise between a rooster and a dier, that he ought at least to have held county to the extent of lo,000. himself aloof in the contest, and not to of Senator Phil sympathize with him deeply in his ois. hen. Joe Masters, a cousin On the farm of W. P. Carson, near have taken any part against his old com- Roberts, and his wife were found dead Mrs. Stallcup was a member of the Meth Kirksville, Mo., a tine mare while runin arms. We incline to tho opin- on the floor of their house in Madison. odist church and is spoken of as rade veiy ning stepped on the corner of a trough . ion ourselves that it was rather beneath Both had been poisoned and th woman lovely christian. in the barnyard, which disembowled her the dignity of his high otlW to have hail was cut with a razor. The deed was FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. and caused her to drop a colt perfectly a hand in the scramble for a minor polit- probably due to a misunderstanding besale, Good formed. Carson has nursed and saved A tine Jersey cow for ical oflice, but Mr. Adams wa9 his true tween the two in regard to money matthe colt, which is as spry and healthy ns milker. T. J. Hatcher. and trusted lieutenant and the governor ters. The gerrymander seems to have for hanging back when he Wasted. 100,000 pounds of wool. any with more favorable initiation into is not noted this world. made one mortal happv. The Mountain A. T. Xunnelley, Stanford. can serve his friends. The Somerset Reporter says that 100 C. T. Sandidge bought of J. B. Fos- Echo man exclaims: "In the language The Senate of the United States is of the distinguished divine, Itev. Gco.O- - ter a bushels of fine strawberries are daily gelding for f 125. BY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OP more jealouB of State rights than ever Barnes, we are lead to exclaim, 'Praise bought of W. I. Her-th- e shipped from that point. Thu crop is G. A. Pleasants Jefferson Davis was. It has passed a heavy and the fruit is extra good. It is Lord.' Laurel county will be repre- - rin a combined gelding for $22.). bill to subject imported liquors to the sented in the 52nd Congress by a repnb-- : Milk cow for sale, with or without expected that this vicinity will produce police and other regulations of the vari- lican." about 10,000 bushels. Mr. Berry informs ;calf. James Williman,McKinney, Ky. ous States, irrespective of Interstate The jury in the case of Thomas. The dam of Maud Messenger, 2:1 (JJ, us that the berry season will not close Commerce regulations. In view of the Mitchell, of Xew Albany, Ind., for the has been brt'd to Lord Wilkes, by Guy until the last of June, at which time the largest berries will bo ready for market. fact that the bill is purely party bun- murder of the Jew peddler, Levine, in ' Wilkes. The local prices are 0 cts. per gallon. combe, Senator Voorhees' motion to Bullitt county last summer, returned a M. F. Elkin bought of various West amend the title was very appropriate. verdict of guilty and fixed the punish- - End parties a lot of butcher stuff at 21 to MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. He wants it to read: "A bill to overrule iiinnt at confinement in the penitentiary 2.J cents. The people are much interested at g the decision of the Supreme Court of the for life. His partner in the crime was Josh Adams eold yesterday to present in the turnpike question. United States in its interpretation and sell, of Danville, a big lot of by a mob. GINGHAM, OUTING FLANNELS, The census enumerators for this construction of the Constitution on the The Choctaw Lottery Company, hogs at . county are as follows: J. C. Carmical, pubject of commerce between the sever-n- l chartered by the Indian Legislature, is' C. T. Sandidge bought of Joe States, and thereby to relieve theState to be now ready for business with son, of Garrard, a sorrel gelding for $10 J. S. Jopliu, M. B. DeBord, II. II. Wood, of Iowa from the consequences of her a paid up capital of $900,000. Louisiana and a brown gelding of M. S. Baughman W. G. Mullins and Lee Tate. Mr. Riley Rainwater, mentioned in own misguided legislation." Lottery stockholders are believed to be for t22o. last issue as having been absent .'50 years, backing the enterprise, whose proceeds Robert Land bought of Casey county Atoiic sitting the Committee of the nre, in part, to be devoted to building parties 10 fat heifers at .'cents; was here in time to witness the marriage Whole considered with favorable recomand maintaining the Choctaw Orphan a pair of mare mules for SMOand 2 brood of his sister and then her burial a week mendation bills for '.W public buildings, Asylum. later. Mr. R. with his mother and his mares at $120 and SlSo. which carry an appropriation of $5,000,. for VerGeorge Warner, who entered the' A Xo. 1 Jersey milk cow for sale, brother William left Sunday m 000. The one at Milwaukee is to cost - with a large, tine bull calf : months old. sailles, Mo. sleeping apartments of a married wiIs more complete than any time this season. $1,400,000 and that at Kansas City Mrs. Mary Welsh died Thursday man, dragged her out into the yard and Can be pedigreed; would sell them When these bills are passed evening of rheumatism of the heart and to outrage her, was taken from urate. 1). VanArsdnle. the present House will have voted f deputy sheriffs in tho court room at A. W. Smith has located his string consumption. The burial took place in for public buildings so far this Columbia, Tenn., a rope was thrown of trotters at the Fair grounds, where he tho cemetery here Saturday morning. sebsion. The question of an existingsur-pluaround bis neck and he was hustled two, is giving them their work. Quinine S. The funeral service was delivered bv will not agitato the public mind in blocks to a railroad bridge and hanged. worked a quarter in :!7A seconds the oth Rev. P. J. Hiatt who had officiated at the next presidential campaign, but it is Then his body was filled with bullets. her marriage one week before. er day. Advocate. going to keep the republicans very busy Mr. Jesse Miller is in on a visit from A train ran through an open draw- of Mt. Sterling, Hold Smith Jameson, explaining where it has gone to. bridge at Oakland, Cal., and the engine in Chicago, 415 head of red polled cattle; Arkansas. Mr. R. M. Hasock and wife are visiting lit Lovell, Knox county. Mrs. and one car plunged into 20 feet of water ;,: females averaged SI.TO; 10 bulls Mrs. Haruison Deam.y, oi Baltimore, San Antonio creek. Xearly an entir Hjed S12o. The best price was f:i70. . Callie Denton was in from Middlesbor-oug- h is doiug her best to make the census of Saturday nnd returned Sunday. Mr. of people were drowned before bull calf sold for $220. ISOOas largo as possible. She has given -- J. S. Hawkins k Co. bought a lot of James O'Mara is here from Barbourville they could be liberated. A few succeed- birth to live children in a year, twins ed in getting out of the windows and wheat from Charles Mahiii, for which to see his family. James r razor returnfirst and triplets the other day. If all floating to the surface where they were Dealer In- thev paid SK) cts. They also bought 21- - ed Saturday from Barbourville accompa the women were to increase and multi-lil- y rescued. Tho loss of life is stated at 80. X Mr. J. Brown of hogs from Tom Handy at .'!!. nied by rheumatism. in this way, it would not be long behas retured from Oklahoma. Mr. J. R. The Toxas Spring Palace, at Ft. Jessamine Journal. fore standing room only could be obtain- Worth, was destroyed by lire Friday filly, Fides, Vowels, of the Signal office, has accepted Belmont's ed in the U. S. night and one or more lives were lost. A beat a field of 20 for the Toboggan Slide a situation at Middlesboro. Mr. Win. The Mt. Vernoi. Signal says that Gov. i ball was in progress when the fire broke Handicap at Westchester, Saturday, and Hicks, who has charge of a largu furniMcCreary is a grand democratic editor! out and there were several thousand peo- knocked J of a second from El Rio I'ey's ture business at Middlesboro was here Sunday on his way to Ixmiuvillu. R. G. ple in the building, which was built alrecord. Time 1:10. al himself and will likely be of corn, other farm prodmost entirely Stockmen and others will bear in Williams and Misses Idaand May Adams GLASSWARE, &c. ed by acclamation. That's what. Lanstraw and moss. Russell Harrison, mind that thu Lincoln county court has are attending the commencement at ucts, caster. Tho safe of the Shepperdsville depot the president's son, was present, ami been changed from tho 1st to the 2d Goods First-Clas- s -- Bishop A. W. Wilson will dedicate was blown open Friday night, but the rendered some valuable service in res- Monday of each month. The next court Tho loss is will therefore bu held Monday, .Inn the new Methodist church at Pineville only got 75 cents In coppers for cuing the Jlth. arrested besides. next .Sunday. about $100,000. their work antl SeIVH-WeEKL- Y iNTERiORJOURNAL1 jni the: higher WALTON. : THE TEMPERATURE THE LOWER ARE Ol'll PRICES. enable all 'i.. !1 tini'J-honore- d JelK-rso- one-hal- f KEEP COMFORTABLE liai r made special cuts in Dry Carpets, Matting, $c. Clothing, can help Trunks, 0 line-of-batt- Din-widdi- e, This Summer for very little money. He never had, such stock of hot weather goods at such low prices mean sell great quantities and of them this convince fact worth, a ton of arguments, and, yourself the fact, through our immense Emporium of Spring and Summer wearables for ladies, gents, Misses and and, will at once you can save that making your vurchascs at headquarters, where can always find just what price possible. want at the the trade mark success." The considers he has made is sales when he makes profits, though, he charges all his sales on his Our idea is, make good sales when sell at prices that can not matched, and those for cash. solicit examination and, comparison. will find our prices invariably the lowest. (1 eTHE LOUISVILLE STORE' Main Street, Stanford, M. SAklSTGOGR, MAMGER. pipe-ma- n, re-err- SPRING CLOTHING. I i 1 1 ! e, Our Goods are Now All In V ( ., nl 1 AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT line of Pauls. :Ieii'H,;iIoys and Children's Ujjlit xlni nark Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also larjjc ( rSTAGG & McROBERTS. i (, llus-hun- Robin-allege- d Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &c, 0 t j t s SEVERANCE & SON. ai-ei-i- ' car-loa- d j MAEI HABDIN and Sold at the Lowest Liv- car-load- s four-year-ol- d Groceries, Hardware, Q ueen s ware, Tinware, ing Prices. Ml panic-stricke- n. e .' (I .Miiicirfc.ii'- - MiiWyi'jfUiit.i' ,.i(. JiiifMtSfrA L tadL Wrthi daU fcs& V vnW Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Ky., Ji-si- HTANrOHI). : .1. lstm B.CWALTON, MEANS bus. MannRor BUSINESS. Soi-ds- , KimiiH'. A. It. Penny. nnil jewelry repaired and warranted. A. It. Penny. The best place to buy drugs, patent niedieineH and toilet articles 1h at A. It. I.mi1kth'h Harden Watuiks fresh and I'ennvV. Ui'Y your school books, ink, tablet, paper, pencils and wdiool supplies of all kinds (rotn A. It. IVnnv. PERSONAL I. POINTS. 1 ilnon XKwy. Mr. 11. K. Huntington, STRAYED OR STOLEN, Tub roof of Anderson Carr's hotel the convention thoroughly demoralized. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. before the civ president of the Kentucky Central, was Mit. (iaiii: Waukii and sister, Miss caught tire yesterday, but Perry-Milof lire had brought out more than half expected to arrive last night to ride over Nannie, are visiting relatives nt nisht. May ji. . J irk Frnm l.anuiMe on Siturd on the town it was extinguished, with little the Cumberland Iliver railroad survey browBuldl .Mare, with 4ddl- and bridle; "boul- e collar murk on face, Jt m.r. J. S. KiNDititK, of Somerset, is damage done. with a view to building the road. Mr white In Mrttie illsSit oh one hind fool. richt Literal hfl der and siting his daughter, Mrs. Judge .1. VY. I). W. Vnndeveer ami perhaps otheis uitt l rivin for any information that will lead to her rtcoery. liogardus Shooting Club" will Tiir. "Cupt. Alcorn. accompany him. J 1. ANDKKSON. rreacnerviiip. rv. Mil. W. I". MtCi.uiY returned Satur- defeated the "Pr. Carvers" Friday afterTiik delegates to the convention from noon by two scores. The best shooting Cumday from a several days' Ash in the was done by Mr. S P.Stagg, who broke here have returned with no bad tastes in HOTEL, &U, FOR KENT. Are headquarters for berland. Mkh. Kmii.y .Ion'iu and Lewis went up 10 out of 20 clay pigeons. their months, although beaten in their 1'nck Motel of m rflit ti Pmeille vcslenlav to visit Mrs. O. V. The surprise party gang visited Miss choice. They fought a grand light, of I .ilft--at Kowland. privately my cier win. h tnere cfeo. my Salmin K.lev. which they are not ashamed, and sur ro.im 1 ,rr ,crn rooirn. xndmy arU-- ahep. rent them been Kate Hail at her country home Friday rendered only when no Iioikj was left. either ! gotten a a wl" e or will who has Miiv A. P. Hk.uk tahle .tta hil, i aKo a ma Tl sep.irjtcly Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel down with the pneumonia over a month, evening and spent several hours very They will now see to it that Longmoor vmialde lor a en a portion f tho ill hit) I .e pr pleasantly with that young lady. Miss gets the full vote of this county. ionvaleseing. liirniturc r .ill a utmay J the nit itmr very r is ik new ihr"uj. No plow is equal to those; no Plow and you will make no mistake. uti-.t Miis. C. C. Pakiumi went up to Crab Kate has a large strawberry patch nt hi r Me hitn.ii ol .nu ion i kVll ""r.Ky. TiiKtliiectors of the Hiistouville Pair and that delightful fruit was ( in Iiar.l Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. command plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to Company met Saturday and decided to greatly enjoyed. W. K. lluchanan. ' hold the datus they had fixed upon, July do good work, or no sale, your neighbor. Mi-- s McAsailv i somolivtter. Tin: six or eight couples who spent They say, very truly, tiiat they Memphi?, Her aunt, Mrs. Puttie Allen.of decoration day on the bank's of 'he plac- had named their daten limt and that LvilMli'CB'or usor JTAiLtnu manuuou; is now at her bedside. .GO TO. id Hanging Fork enjiyod regular pTuj I J Weikntu of Body and Mind, Effect! (Jarrard should change if any changes . - r...... i. mj... v..- lOl l.(rDIBr&i(CIIIIIUViUU( .VUUIi Mih Mau Aims, of Hustourille, 1h luck and alvoitt thoonly sport they are made. We regret that theie should li.hu. i. h.bl. IIAhllOOO fmllr Hril.rfd. Hew talart and Ftr(llitaniiK,l!iniTEUirannRbl1KrAKT!IUrilU0T. siting Mises Dollle Williams and J nliu hail was life pulling out of their buckrts la a ttj. iiosa t be a conflict of dates and hope that Oar ikMiattii o.r.in.r(lllln u4iHttTatr-8ie- ti (olllrid. HrlU Ikfau ta U.lllj trm 10 Peyton at the College. KMk, fitUatlloa the pitiful little minnows they hud lrlpll ERIE MEDICAL aidrlprra ntllrd (iraltdN.fr. rard will show a week earlier. V. CO., BUFFALO. iddrt.a Mn wii Mil. ti.T. Fmiiii, of Ixni- -' along for tatt. N"i I ts .1FN 'd through to Garrard yefeter-.'.i- v n. pacd A vkrv laiie crowd pitliered to hear "MODEL GROCERY" " ' u .irr utf.1 , Tmk PjmiyiIIv AdvueiUti has aeut ill its t visit her pfople. ejr I l'er the commencement sermon at the Chriv i.rc. iii.il.lt v Mtp.na fur Mie riht Mu. .1. A. CiiiPXTBR whose hcnlth4 histiswueof the proposed irviniiusinni tiun church, Sunday, and the ladies clad .,nr . ilar e unit expei .e paid weekly in. Cfnt.-Cnileve, photHKniph-im- I hnildhit: t i utinues bad, has bwn temporarily lu.ementa to iieiinnerv N" rreviou experitn e in summer array and wearing their i.ew (1 ilfil free. Write for terini, civn jr tie earv slid engniviH! bv Wwnl II. Fox, the hats and bonnets, by Mr. It. it. Harbison. ItAKl KS I CHAI , Nur.eryiuan. presented a picture if ie . Kc hester, 2' And Spades; artist. It is a splendid piece loveliness Mention ihi. pafr M. (ioonxn.HT, of Franklin, Pit.'i-- T. was hard to beat. The that of work, which would do credit to any College I.ms joined his wife at Mrs. A. I. Hoot's pupils marched down in u body & ongrver in the country. nd will be here several days. at 10:lo mid were greeted on enterinu Cleans Sets, Mb. W. J. Kinn'MHI) has been inado inmiK llarrn, I'sobr the nw rule adopted by the the church with some excellent music All partiea ol C. R thetnelvedecl ' willindented pie (.tsiner of the First NatianaV Runk of the enate & Suite convention the democratic county bv the verv line choir. The sermon bv trt ne. and .ill ,.it!ruii.i pre'er't thtm Darti nawni: ilaims Also a full tock of Landreth's, D. M. Ferry Co.'s and Crossman's from M ldleslwro, a deserved promotion proven to pr'.pcr r Hell Gibson was one of his ajaint it will bo ulectoil bv Itev. John Garden Seeds in papers. committee will the iitMlerntned, Mituiri thcnxt3 latel'er. s r HAKKKAdmr. 4t Mi-- s Ki.ixs Hamjov returned troinSom- the democnitb ol their lespective pre- best efforts and was warmly complimentcincts on n duy to be Hxsl by the State ed. erMt yesterday, where she has very Tiik municipal election at Rowland nuiglit music dnring the p.it Central Committee and when elected Harvesting Machines "or Sals, they are tocbooie one of their number Saturday proved a verv tame atlUir. V, H'HklOll. ernon signal, chniruinu. K It. Smith, of the Mt. I hae forale ,.t I oier C. Harnett for police judge took the w.irthnue orn' We.nl Hinder, J.ie 1' ' eve MnirrinO tw- Hay Kalo. ' lead in the start and was ficrc Saturday and yesterday Mr. maintained it all all oi'iparatucix lineal the kakei a wTiiEceiisns I'niiiHenitor are not Having secured the services of ..rm-lf- t hj) fninl'.nt atlial the i; (i. Williams, of the miuv place, passday, receiving " votes to Rev. .M. N. h..e Kane it for the impertinent questions ei Uie lo' n. ata k willm MjSTI U stinf.rl ed through to IncaMer. I J 'J tl they have to ask, so treat them civilly Karly's I. The trustees elected, we Mits M. I Hornsi; has returned from for obeying in- learn from .Mr.T. I). Martin, are V. I. and do not blame them I am now fully prepared to do a visit to her brother, Dr. P. P. votes, Klisha structions. If you do not care to an- Haines who received at sterling, Kans., apparently im. Pence ."(), I..S. (Boss) Hamilton, Jr., say swer certain interrogatories, proved in health. A. 1'nderwood 3(1, T. L. Phelton ;W. The mo without getting mad with the Mn. wnMiis. I. J. WniMof C.irmi, others who received votes for trustee ami we will pay the cost of PI , are. visitimr the family of Mr. Aleck V. II. CONSUMPTION I COUGH OR COLD any prosecution that may ever be insti. were Uranville Haley ';, Col. Moberly. He is looking around with a I). I 'ope -- ". Duddernr "0 and (Jeorge AND tuted. In the land of the free and the BRONCHITIS Threat Affectlcn Tiew to locating here. I brave no person will ever! Thkku wasquite a shooting match home of the e Wasting of Flesh Pit. Pkiim n, of llarrodsburg, was here SCROFULA legally punished for minding his own tw1,.n ruiroad men on the Cumberland all who Saturday giving free tickets to Or any J)lrietrJiere the Throat and Lung business. Valley branch Saturday. It appears that nre Ititnnfl, Luck t t wished to attend the Spring City, Tenn. f litrrtigth or .Ven All work warranted and promptly done. and Iasth till Jfin.i: J. A. Lytlk, who is now taking an ill feeling had existed for some time Powtr, you can be rrliered ami Cured by begins sale, which dit-- , neiween u. .Meals, wtiopuils i. the census in one ot tho Stanford Thursday. Mn. Cm uii.hh K. Kin un is here on a tricls, is an old hand nt the bellows. In a freight on the branch, and John he took the entire county in about mings, n section boss, which culminated to his mother and sister. His many are extending him two months, while this time it takes rntiay, wnen .Meals ran into a push car P.oyle county friends No damage was done, of Cummings. h cordial welcome to his old home. Mr. half a dosen or more to do the work. In those days, though, there were not :0 but the men quarreled fiercely over it, Kincaid will be here for several weeks. questions to bo propounded mid persons Meals claiming that the danger signal PURE Pauvitle Advocate. LIVER Lime were not asked if they had any chronic was not placed at a sufficient distance .Miss Vihoish Kowwus.ofSonth With Hypophosphltes. The lie passed Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints. Oils and Window Glass, Wall stone, whose exquisite elocution powers diseases or were deformed in any way. from the obstruction. PALATABLE AS MILK. swore to be avenged, her the favorite of Lex- The enuinerstorr. are allowed a month to ami have rendered Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Ath for Srott'i Emu'nion, ami let no exnmateur programmes, gave a re- complete their work this year and their That night, so a trainman tells us, the planation or tolleltatton imlare you l ington Jewelry and Silverware. g cherche lunch Saturday afternoon to 12 compensation will be l cents for each engine was llred into as it passed nlllfHlr. aeeejit ,S71 by till inhabitant, --' cents for each death mings' place, and next morning the of her young friends of Hamilton Col15 cents for each farm, "JO cei'ts gineer, Fireman Harry L. (.Jeer and lege. Lexington Press. SCOTT A. BOWNE, Chemists, N.Y. .'iii-establishment of nroductive Jn-- . ers of tho crew, armed themselves with Miss M ittikOwslky returned SaturRailroad The morning from a protracted visit to dutrv,Tmd '.cents for each surviving Winchesters, s"hot guns and pistols to PHM MISSION FR'S day SALE v protect themselves against the threats . friends in the South, bringing with her soldier, sailor or marine. Prescriptions Care Lirvoln Circuit Court. Prompt Attention that had been made. When thev reach her sister, .Miss i.imiii, who mis oven inS II, Arnold, Deft. Ni. hoU A S cJrd, Plff., .M111111.BMK1110 seems to be as e,, llie llact Cnmmings, we are told, Sale in Equity tending Ward's Seminary, at Nashville, lly virtue ufauidEmcnt of the Lincoln Circuit given to Engrav Thomas, from the Leb- as she is plienominal. .notiier lire, ine 0,)(,ne,i trii on tld engineer from behind and her brother, fully Compounded the aboe stxled .se at its the severest of tlie series, raged there B u jt W(l8 returne(l witll intere8t. Court rendered in I will on Iniverbity. March term, if anon, Tenn., .Saturday and before it could be subdued jeVL.ra of lhe trnlnmen shot at him and 1890. ing and Repairing CITY AND VICINITY, four blocks of houses were burned " wl1Li j,e was at last compelled to throw at all hours," day the centre of business, 1'0 and '2:2 South (,own ,ja UU1 it WKS foan(, t,nt ,w hl(, At 11 o'clock m., or thercut'Oul, ".einc the first of Watches, Clocks tti v uir screens for doors and winI.intoln County Court, mid '.'0 and 21 'orth Cumberland aven- - )t.el pierml by gix baS( tWQ n Ue day of the June term ol the Stanford, Ky., ell to in tt lieforu the d ws tif Hine V Menefee. publiv. outcry the following the hicheat bidder ue. It broke out in a house in which ,ho(lv om, n th() lU10tlll.rin thl. deicrihed lircptrty at and Jewelry. and night. or so much threofas it is thought, ilchtof Si.n-mu tWQ n thtf ,efr Thov nre u may lie neceary 10 pay plaintiff from M.t) 251(1jo I iiavkji pistol, which the owner ran much hay was stoi iik with OJKT cent, interest thereon set by some children pwy- - .Mljlfll W011ls, but not necessarilv was get by describing. U. J. Newlaud, 1867, until June v, '6., and Uo protaole cot of though it is asserted by otli-- , ,nK The train this action, amountmc to about 'tf.'Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. near it, wt,ro arrestcd.and First, a Trsut of Land, situated in Lincoln Co., J S WELLS, Ph.Q. Presc. Clk. B.H. DANKS, Jeweler, willsjicak at the ers that it was the work of an incendia-- hii.Mor uM ,n Jl(x) each tQ nwaJt thJ Rv .on thewatrr of IishiiisCrtek.iindldjoiiiinc Cii.mii.ksK. 1'owki.i. Henold, Kuban', A ., And the land of W. O morVor ry. The latter belief is strengthened by rwjnt of thj imui,g . .urie8 !es. next Monday, county court contains 13 Acres Second, a 1 ract of and containing w Ai re, eiigiiic umi umi the Iiict inai ine on "Temperance." 1E Poles, lmt reserving a road one rood day, Itood and STANFORD, Ky. Mam Sued, Opp CHURCH AFFAIRS. tampered with and rendered temporan "vidi on S. E. corner to stake lomtt Said Und or second tract adjoins the lands ol J. S will entertain the ly useless. The hirst national Itank Tiik Misses Trlhble &c and i also on the waters of hishinj At Lexington lightning struck .1 Creek In saia county unu iaie. graduating class of Daughters College at building, tho linest one in the city, Catholic church; lire followed and the Said fcale will be made on a crecii 01 six, iweic Hoi ds required ot the their homo at Junction City, Friday was saved bv blowing up the adjacent edifice was damaged to the extent of tnd eiRhtetn month with apprised pergonal security and th. This ollicu acknowledges building with powder. Mr. J. W. Hay-deevening, bearing interest at the rate of r per cent, per an the paid, with a lien from who was there, tells us that a con thanks for an Invitation. Tho Howling" Green Democrat says num until date until purcnate mi ney iiupn unu paui allot the laud 0 servative estimate of.the loss places it at that Kev. Geo. O. I!arnen preached there having me fure and efteu of a mdement Tiik trial of Wyatt Warren for killing '';w 125,000 to tIoO.000, with insurance of all last week. Misses Mario and tieorgie Court com Cir A Suro Curo for all Di&easos in J. S. Delaney, near Woodstock, two about 75,000. Among the heaviest loss- were with him. ago, was continued Monday until weeks es ore Colson's bank building tl 1,000; Tho recent General Conference inJuno I'd. His bond was lixed in thesum the Vail building, $12,000; Campbell's creased tho pay of bishops to $:,000 ami ."VII.TV tOIN tin 'iri "",Cili-JrtJHiHBW',".aRewhich he of .niir- building and dry goods stock, $5,000; provided a pension of $1,000 to the widj. publican. . Slasher's diy goods store, SS.000; Con- ows of bishops. demo-ratiTin: chairman of tho Casey Arising from Impurities or the Blood, and way, Kelley iV Co., 0,000; the Central Tho recent decision of tho .Supreme county committee, Hon. .1. Royle Hotel and many others. It is stated that Court will confiscate 51,000,000 worth of from Functional Derangement!. To euro Ilsl.cumeES, "mc'--i Headache, Consti- Stone, has called a muss convention at more than .000 neople were rendered Morman property in Utah, which will i cir.j mints, take p6tiorj,M:r.rIi, tlvcr . . . o a " il. .. the talc anil ctrtiwn remedy, " Liberty .nine an, m - .'., ,. rnu !niir i1(,llM,i(lgs nn, m reetionse to tbe request.1 p" :n,n ti.n vv.. ........ school fund.. n A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAII it tini ... SMITH'S nose of nom imitiiiK can.umuch .ur oftIu,c!,v otlicials Oov. lluckner ex- Hev. V. Y. Sheppard, of the Episco PREVENTION OP HOG CHOLERA. Kverv democrat .,,i.,u..miiitvnttleeH. -pressed two carloads of tents thither pal church, will preach at the College '.- of property will Chapel tonight at 8 o'clock instead of at Penny, DrtiRsiit Stanford; W C llailey, Central MerctundHr. Tnrnrrsvillc; bhould make it a point to be present. KoralebvA R. Sunday. The owners V.iyiieburi; r T N i; II J ne. Mt Salem; W I McC any, Drticijiit, Kaicsville; C C Gooch ,V Co Middlesboro the tiller, lriigsit, e as stated in our last. W It, Ml riierson, Rolalid; J K Koiltpn, DruKgiat, Mitledecvillei K Arthur of 70:t lots for u grand re build at once and the A ftkh disposing rtcner.il Mer.handie, PreacherYiHe; J, A. Williams Drnygut, V II Cuinmiii; Crab Or hard Town Company will loan to those who Everybody is cordially invited. Mc Kinney; C H HaVer,(.eneral MerchanJue. Highland ructlieKMALISiroUOHttlclleanBtotho total of $1,010,000, the MiddlesboroTown niE akl Tin: most convenient. haven't tho means themselves, tho monMethodist church at More-lan- d butilu The new declared the sales closed at noon Co., Bullntilo lor nil yvr llottlc. rate of interest. Tho tiro will be dedicated next Sunday nn lrlr) of fldior ulio. 25c. Ajca. Thursday, fearing thu excitement might ey at a small blessing in disguise at last, great preparations are being made ny t beyond all reason. may prove a i arry the purchases per front foot, as many of the houses were not such as the members for tho important event. J.F.$MITMA,CO.Vaitrfcft:ll.i:LEA.N,''ST.aMIIS lllWIlllUKil.rll'rliii (fcrrioritmp). Hook Kerplna, Short Hand, Telegraphy, Ao The lust lot sold for $410 HI. sell at Kev. H. C. Morrison will deliver highest price yet paid one would expect on lots that which is the fur Catalogue and full itxfonnatlor- sermon. $400 a front foot. e. Miss M i Km 1: is very sick tli typhmd fever. Mits. .1. .1. Mi Roberts is sii Muring from a severe attnek of rheumatism. Mit. .1. II. Pwtos lnv returned from mit Harrison county in pretty well sup Foil Sale or rent a comfoitablecottngej plied with churches. It has !lf in all, of W. G. Kanev. in Stnnfonl. which the Southern Methodists have 12; I'nor. J. IS. I ik.v.vyS school will eloo1 It has been very liot lor several days! Northern .Methodists '2: Christian 10; .. il.,. ......... .......I,,.,! ilftO . . . i . ... i , m.rs-(in,- ,...! ..nt ....!.. ti.,, ..,...., ....-.....w iw vry .niniHoi .uiV wwioii noxr. rnt.... .. Mif,siarv IJi.j.tits 7; Ironilo Baptists hi wit Minue. 1; Presbyterians :i; Kpisconal 1. I okikk a reward for the return of my Sum Small, the noted southern evnn- Tiihiik was not a sign of a mail mes-- i My stock of Watches, Clocks nd Jewelry arc now on exhibition. The ' jreliht, has been elected president of the Mrs. Susan noneer on the train yesterday and conge- -' recently. spec tnclea Harris. We suppose the Methodist I'niverHty at Ogdcn, Ttah stork is new, of the latest styles and of the very best quality to be found. ouentlv no mail. a Call and see it before buying elsewhere. AH work WARRANTED to STiiwi!EimiKpre down to 30 cents a young man sat up too late with his girl, ' He will remove his family and make den his future home. This necessitates he ought to be llred all the same. gallon now and editors ami other poor Fine watch repairing a specialty. the seveiing of hi connection with the give satisfaction or money refunded. folks are at last in the swim. Somi; half a do.eu people came to town af-southern Methodist conference ami HouhK Timkiis, finely adjusted move- yesterday under the impression that it Minting with the Northern Methodists. ments, a specialty. Call and tee them. was county court day, but as they could not read they are excusable for not knowI carrv them in stock. Itobert Kenzel. NKW AIVKUThEMKXT ing the time had been changed to the 2d -Hhad a preliminary Monday. Tin: young folks Innce at the Opera House hint night to Ihmi Ffso.v, who with his sons killed supple up fm the bin hop John Lawson in Whitley, got a change Ihr Ici-- to i! night. of venue to laurel, and was tiled last! N'ixktimn Ykuis. Pat Sullivan, the week. Col. W. (). ISradley prosecuted Mr ii Lexington tough, who killed Frank him and he got 21 years. His sous are Hawnze irtit, lonret'v f fiiiiml , 10 the Is Receiving Kis nil rent Armstrong, was sentenced to Hi years in fatill at large and me likely to be since SlausMer Intnf rr. I r.n i'l Uith'ii r.cxc t ir erk, .in Mr- - MH nl'.LI E ADAMS j7. the penitentiary. this verdict. p ! Tiik h. it N. now eells rotunl-tr!tickets Pundnysat I cents per mile. . AM READY FOR BUSINESS. . i lt m ' Og-b- ut ROBT. FEHZEI.. .6.4RUPLEY,- FOR HEETT. e "Old Dripping Springs" I h- - hr-- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. - . . HIGGINS -it 'KINNEY r r ht-- Hardware, Crocsries. Stoves, Salt, Lime, r, I I I I iw.le-ler de-i- . f 1 1 wlj-.il- , : Itu. ' 2:1-2- "). FOR MEN ONLY! I .sk timber-men- 's v. .- I itir-rie- d i I Wanted . . C 1 ,' I A. A.WA11EM9! Northern Seed Irish Potatoes, Red Peas and in hulk. . ii,in'-ntrfi-n- I - . Ill-era- re-l.i- e ! For Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks . woll-knuw- n ITotice. White Onion I . ben-tuto- ly j - u-- t- f KOTICE. JJAX.T03NT, OF I MR, THOS. CHICAGO, True-hear- t, :i ., pro-pound- If You Have ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK he-b- j , to-da- y J FIHE ZEUsTGKR, .A.inSTGrA. R. Cum-ISC- , uit SCOTT'S COO PENNY. EMULSION 11 OIL PRUCSand JEWELRY MAMPB3KN WATOM(9 Watch. Best Cum-livin- oth-fo- 7riif.ifs. r ' ill-fat- ,, , j Monday, June 9th, .1 ciurt-houe - j i Mnr-bhal- ." ,., fa-in- g - 1 court-hous- e 1 1 V7. B. MoBOBEETS, Court-Hous- Ilen-d'ii.- s DR, ELLIOTT'S $5,-00- 0. n, Medicated Food, gave.-Some- rbet -- HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs o 1 - aa -i 1 - ., ,,. ' . court-hous- BILE BEANS I .... w 1 ' BRYANT tl'l & STRATTON Business College OlllfiVILLE IVIr .here. 'J njSST T i1' "'"" "l"",J"" '' ''' ' rl ..! -- 1 - r r j:; - - i.iii -i ir- im w .vi iijhi....i i i,iisi f 'i jjahh i". """ j - w .. lilt representative it (: others were withdrawn horn his hands gratitude. Mercer Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, member him with j r ami, session (JO to escape-i- t similar fate. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. M inland, k TANFORD, KY Sayimrs. am bills were vetoed and that was then con 11 Mail train going North Weill drilled ,.t 16pm sidered a remarkably lurpe number. ' South ' " ihe Howling ureeu democrat veryi factory prices. to order and rumps furnished al so 1154pm Express train" South be- - sensiblv savs: . was sired h St. KI1110. record As it is more conven-- 1 North 3;am Fully l."0 banks were authorized to J J ALl.KN Abdallah. dam said to ne h Imr li. I WW null 0 to am inder.At Local Freight North railroads have ient for the average newspaper man to M.imbriiiK Chiel, the site of tne Htosd ilsm ol SJpm pin business and paper kegi.ternl as Huh I ink South Chief, Jr. sirtnl the great l.ady IhorHc A: ATWOOD, been projected to a numbei suilleient to take a vacation iu July ami Augu-- t, the The latter trams alo carry passengers. iSl, ami Mamhriiiii I'atchen, who Ih turn sired I ondnn The abo e is calculated on standard time Solar gridiron the whole State if halt of thuin C. U. railroad seems to have done the others ih t y and bstlt-- r S and Smlli) thegrfatrtX lime is about ao minutes faster and alsosirvst the dums of liny Vile iS , liar 'l rial ji'.a ,, Wedgewaoal t 14, ul should be built. coirect tliini! by the generous oiler to REEL EST&TE EGERTS. mi W illo 1 it and the dams j others with inonl. .ir Hot- j .NiiiwihmI llflmant ijL, and taaoat is. lied Arthur retnrds f j .ind better .Married women who earn their own carry tiie editors to OKI Point Comfort . h.t and daaghlets in the He mil stand theaHnof i&to al our stable City, Tonn. B. McCREARY living will hereafter diaw their own wa- auv time during the summer, which Kldam Htt(t ICinkead b) Contractor 1044. sin near urnerille at of Dr. West ijW in this, m! dam full sisie Is a Can.li.lnte I .r re e mm t' C .ngress Democ- ges, unites they stipulate otherwise in may best suit their convenience, instead , Jim tt I) Moaros' Kill b) lUtssi I s. hie. t to the mill t the $10 to I us uro a Living Colt. MnatiK-- . sire of Mmror Chief theSth Distrm wilting. of sending a special train. A trip to the racy. lonr ' 14, j l.ady king Jin, ifi, u,Hirn Chief s il,,in 1 to and other ,',, II It I.OVHI To limit the number of guard em- mountains after the Winchester meeting J i IISI. ISuilcliiiK BOGLE MISS ployed in conveying prisoners from one will be sutlicient foi one outing." IH.I.MO.NT CIIIKI i, agrval harsc. Ing rate ss mmetry of form and beantr, aHd with the orporjte lnnftsof Roulan t Suortice hi- - , Is a Candidate fur re election to thehleitiunoffirst county to another for trial. It allows friettonlvu why nf - blod line. lher l m reawon,vain and biairseat perintendent f Common School., II J PAR-.1- , xttli Komi Sam Jones sas, "I'd rather be a low- Rmsland one guard for every two prisoners. .Mond.iv in 11gust next he should not bis. can r the rqaal Mhi tumiiet, negro than one of your To permit all persons convicted of a Idown chain-gangreat site and iMuxriaua brxthers and iatars ifhi (Mandard Ri !e Will mnka ha aeawtn tsf al my stable at crime punishable by tine or imprison, little intldels. You won't be in hell two Mskinnss). Ky ,at W. H. jail to be sentenced minutes before you'll be hopping aiound ment in the county Hlaik .tallmn, t,)k hand high, foalvd iU biesl I hase added niw huggie. wiconsani! In in U a Candidate to represent incoln countj in the iu the tiie and yelling, 'What a mistake ni) litpry Niisines nakmg mi stalile se ond to bj A (luldsmiih, Orange lountf , Seo ork $30 the Season, to hard labor. Constitutional Com cntion Sired b CasteUr io. . tmi .,....... I.. none .. T !..... ,...... tni turnout Ill. notlc.in rl feeding ',j Kir t .1... week or on shorta itdtm Wobnrn Maid, h) Woburn a To prohibit the sale of cigarettes to I .......c-- . t' .c'l.ivt ..,i- " the month With K twin lataen I.itmt.d to . (The dam nf Cars er, i srH) Ingersoll, because he can get a iriURMONP. (MiraM children under IS years of ace. ntnra sad dam b a Msmbrmo horse toj-tJunction Citj, Ky J V CROW id dasn hj MamhrUo Mwwagtr ' R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. To change the time of examining can- mglit for his lectuiing. Iut some of tastalar, intt b Volunteer, ss, sit t M fix- - these little fellows are intideLs for noth- en didates for countv superintendents, ill,, ol ; ist daas Mai Nodine bj Star, DENTIST. 1'ntter's Clay ; sd dam elTi sosi inir the time at the 1st Saturday in June ing, pay $2 to hear Ingersoll and imard dam of Artillery i tiV,, and .Modesty , b ' themsehes." Office on Mam strett, opjinite Portinnn Home, U leased one o the table at I'ene A I ar ris .mtrit an star, 14. jdoam tf in May. upstairs. Nitrous Os1deG.11 guen for punless instead of the 1st WoV'urn, ii j, by II.iasblelaian, m. nt dam tr.uk and will rim - genera extracting. To fix the salary of Commonwealth's Mi Cooles , bt nd 4am, the 101. ,, KENTUCKY, STANKORO A.VMOI- - TO MTI'OKT Ol P. Dll K. Tilt at at M lies t'e tl' Rrpfikinrr n.nri Trnininrr. Rtnliln dam ot liest Cooley, by fiiday attorneys at Sl',500 a year in lieu of all k wsi r l.d lksrhs will stand at nit tat. If. t4'!Mllt Intkkior Journal has suggested the' (row Stanford on the new Untie fees and commissions. ik and .Pis mthcient W. B. Illltne of the Hotl. It. C. Warreil, Of tlintl " Isashad tnninr-- , expeneiuf to make him an Ri.er i urnpikr. near Uwlderar. Mill and hl rjt. will h,'err espert in the To call a convention to revise, amend VERMONT, COUntV, US a for State auditor. rasonal,le Oie him . .hare ot s. or patronage. the present constitution of We are well cantlUlate w or At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. H loll erm the pedigtee , ?."JI acquainted ith that gentle-of dam unkno.n. the Mate. It calls a convention te meet man I siill also gne a in iai tor tbe best mar Office Sauth side Main trwt, in office recently and know him to be composed of I coll and ;. tor Ihe be.t hore . ilt ol liar at Frankfort the '2d Monday in Septem- the vacated by.Dr. 1. r H iflfman -- tinford, liuht kind of material, and there is lo. get tone shown 01 sUnlor.' ihe first aloadai ber, the delegates to be elected in Aug no man in Ily Pr I' W I.o.in'. the State of Kentuckv whom Lot on Main Street in Stanford in (ktobvr., iv,i. Al in) j ung lai k. aterloo that hs a ust. of Jt, tnd i uii.'jn: bred 'in nedira .,1 at schools we would more cheerfully support than To prevent dtunkeuness JOE EMBREE. I.oaau . W aierKx Con! lining nf .. tj..t.i.ia- - .1.1 Watasi... iu arreu. Somerset Ileal Kstatennil .. r .. 11 uisutr - ,.. '.dB9UCWall .laiIr.kulllit "" K.. ' ...11 wmt and places of worship. It provides that Dick ' k w in ll ivn mvu ,nri ill j I my reidence, oppo a jear.old the i(lh mi 51 J ic Isa redjask. imk iol Rruben 1. oser 2 Acros of Land, I hasc remoedmy ortice t h.nrt. hih t,ark tne and a if any person while drunk or under the Trades Review. lai Oi lobar. Ha is iiV, hands hii h aad f RM (irser.ree.ler of g.... hore. site Female College. here I will by.,foIdfa' aU all nuiio... ai.d l HUCsH RhlP Cta ' .h tti jnV,e st) la and action. Ilred b Pe ion Kmbree, of I.iH will stand at intluence of strong drink shall attend times. " tolu losiatr, and kaaaiaoubla crsof Jim Poller. Bucklen's Arnica Salva any place where people are engaged in A Iwn on enlts till n Also Some Nice Chairs-- 2 Rockers t4la4. ratasneitcAau (Hi all fib fftlf the - aaaun ks HV, tu SU3U1C n 1U.JV.IU :.. r UU1. rt TncnoA u T he best sals e in the world for cuts bruises, .... .MnJbaWtr ... . ..T ,: tk hi n pillUIC wursuip, mis in mis usi.xii.aiiMK sores. uker. salt rheum, feierwres. tetter, chap- ' C M SsPCMtNAaKlKK. parted with w II CRESS, land i rent, If the W. Waterloo. Ir . is a dark Lnikn m hl,,l liiltiors Upon ltlS person, except tor SilC-- i ' l'eu bands, chilblains, eorns and all skin erup Ulirthcr inl.iriiiati', MP it t W tI' fir I.. C Mlor Stanford. K or al line as a ue and tail. romp., ilr . fnrasad. full ii tions and positnel) cures piles, or no . . . T K W AMOS" ramental ,' purposes, he shall be lined anuJed to cue perfect tat'sfactior, ton, Slant rd eJ ,t n..u. i mi n mn nnc .iyir ,ana arimn and a e ESTATEJAGENT, for each otl'ense or be imprisoned in the or moncj relunuea 1'rice 15 cents per pr...lurr ..f mil met hor.e-- perlrell) linii ,t tfT, dispo.ituin and a ,rr foal pit.r U ill itaad at For ale by A R i'tativ, Stantord. K) - .1...... !l .... I ll Barbourville, Ky., coiimy itu uui less itinii i.ni.iiff. $8 to Insure a Marc in Foal. Remarkable Roscuo. To reipiire leaie of oil. mineral or gas Has for sale ome ot the til ice proprt in the booming citj of Harbours ille. Correspondence privileges to be recorded as mortgages seu.Vd 1' r ii ttm i ni .uid stallion i.i nun three ,1 il ,ouiix . I Rtiord j solicited. ,.i. . miles the prcMfiit eaat Pr 1' W l.. an her lumrv she was treated for a month b nr.i r.innriliiil He told her ltstuf Millt. m ulie u tunipisc r ait liMitiu tu .,1 M u.l crew H, II VKdl P or. 'nl j oi',. lailllll phisnian but JACKS ALL WELL BRED, in JAS G GIKNS. WM.AYRK-- . To piOVlde for the assessment Of rail- - ,he vus a Wpelas sutim of nm.umptlou and that Siaiitoi.l .in, A' mote in the t Iil - vlun.l IV l tree Ilfinliti.'.i Two 1 s.ar. old par, at $(i and Her sear 01O ,t I.,, scliool ilistruta lor I ivnh'nn lor no medicine could cure her New drucist suit- ard tired, tl.L and hands lu:l.Walerltm I ir.t dam oUn.lr dam ol nbs, te.ord , roatls i)to,r) ior irnitii eut till 17 actHHi ami fiijh. suie II. retted the atr ol Ur Kin., Ily III.!. MOM, air of N i.iosoit, t UK. SO Season dee ban oil - fualc.l . AY11ES & foal .Mid is a l.ieii reiaiued u all roll f r the she bought a hoi lie and to her deContumptmn. school purposes. . iimtnuin speed and nrstin dam oung rortsa. nnaas nar getter, his pruecn) Marat iiah. naasaii rtaanasairnin imin n lerir.. bui no lia it Attorneys .at Law, pnt illirtllt 1.000 tO llllllHll ... saaji ... .... ....1 .rirt.L.n- - l.n holll.. llr sla-- s saddle iialitie-- . He has iir.nl ol 1 m. Pans of Voltaire V air M H Miner t i M, for a. kpi on ft . . w,. idnt riiflf ..I Mamnnnn ' ' l,l K.Sn her .own 1. He tIs by Iticbeiteii. ha h 1... 1.. M Intel he ham of Portion s is. (lire ,d Hnnatn t TH.) J 'S .KiiiiRV, 1... .iiumviinu tl t ra iit in Wa Dam nl ilemen year "l.i re ord 1 jj. 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. all of the acts of the recent session of the by Imp MeiMHiirer IV1Pain of Ltulde llarJ,i,tau mile ronord in l!n(-trial bottles of this Great Discovery at A It Legislature. I irst dam Helm mare l,y Hay Meeager, he by IHh LD.MUI.NUU SI VI I KtN. land ny'sdrun store, large bottles 30c and Si. shreie lluilf'in Harmnua. he hv Hamliletoiiian. he bs luiu Me To retiuire each county to pay $"20 and r Grand dam of Coanaucht ir ol Ctoaasar i i) w ""J1 fd da.m .H!'1 "j'' b' ,c""5?."1. ot s una JTS Happy Hooslora i by Hlatkburn s Whip bv Imp Whip, he hi Hr(.rand dam the State S5," for the maintenance of MAMBKINO CHIUr. aire ol I dy Thorn Wm.limmons, postma-ta- r ot Idaeillc, Indiana. &lrjm by Herod, id dam a record a il(. HIANK. MAllIMON Kir, in. Htltrrs has ume mort- tor nic ....,.. iM idiots. JAS. G. CIVKNS fiMMU.u u.. u..UMiu..r. .i ni for that bad Dam Portia. W ill make th- - t other or I 1, ,, nil ti Ir it siai us out of a full blooded aleMcnger mar aud by 4, Pambt Will r MftKHl IK. To empower the board of prison com than allarlsini; medinne cnmbii.ad, PP. and livn trouMv. from kidnei t r at J the .P4.011 r GIVERS I)lirole prisoners-- , free from John l.e.lie farmer and sloiktnan. id- same pUie. I (licheliesi . fathionably misinners tO of The ahow retard t . IlitlrA ,., k - tK ttMt kill. tin .nsir-- e in was ttf most ine wmtiar brad asore we espesi aim totfO is no measure rail. hi. speed , .r troturt... ......- .l os ao tnts nnder Ancm aim $12.50 to Insure a Living- Colt, REA.LESTVTE, me Tert like a new pr,iUIB1, former o percent, limit. the ney and lis er mtMltctne. made IrtlrM., than ans other h. in MOO will mate th saoa on th larm of V J, W Gardner, hardware mnrihant same ucjiy To retiuire the leases of railroads to be l ill not !e allowed 10 "Kit trie Hitterslis just the tints for r - ,, Helm's orUhiie; haJy S Hume A on a.. Silver Crack. K).. ntik- - from Sound and all ritfht town.sarsd,m the l.ansMtvr turnpike, Ruhmond marea that ai nut regular brucilers Mmifi .r. . recorded, .. . .. ........ ,i jmnv.i.iiniitiin,iiii new streneth, ood M damsorkshlre. dam m M Wriaiirr 1 lielahaiKar whsr-lb toil ,mr. mare st Id or iraii.lerre-found A To .'ive the State power to collect taxes erhelio.i.r dies, he hy Ke',th, dam the u.aed roan mi (sen wdl tie held on all i,lt i.nlil paid for Town Lots, Cal, Imn and l'imbr l.anis bought ... ci appetite and lelt just like lie naa anew inur on ,m.ncd hy J Helm and afterward hs N I I. Al S40 ( Or sold on Commission. l)tw riplsnti am Pedisr.e -- Harrison Chief, ? . l'e OnU si a iHittle at A. R 1'enns s ruic ua.rlnowii an is a ted sort , stands is hands j inches in heirfH. To increase the pay of guanls at the or. . Hi oldest csdls ars lumink' iwo jearaoW thu sprint ha. bin tail and inane W ill graia mares ill 10 ienipar day aad will penitentiary from HO to cOO per month. to Insure a Living Colt, ' Harrison thief, he b Clark Chlf, the $15 lake allpuasibb- can-- , Uut ate not responsible far The new cantilever bridge between Lady Ihornt j is Hi. J.,n .ut, the daw To make it a misdemeanor to injure at idM or e v aie (tanker t r 1 he dam if Harrison Lhief, r ,. California aud Ariona, at Needles, lias wiiialo stand at the samepUe mv nnc Jask, I s :i RS VM inCl hy a son ot telephone lines. The penalty is a line allon s Manihrtno he mil of a nj,r the longest unsupported span of the MT. VERNON, KY. by AWsander . Anda.Uh, sd uan. by Misriotr, of not less than S10 nor more than 1(X). he by Old l.nnKi,n , jd dam bs Shaw run s To kind iu the world :'M) feet; total length II M,klliK. This old and .sell known Hotcljis still maintain 4th dam To increase the salary of the State DliO Pi At SIO t" insure a I.mnc lull SI am ) HaUorn, isthdam l U.l . 10,000,000 pOlMUIS Of feet. NearlV r ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spetreasurer to JU.OOO. wranini: tune or when man is narted cial attention to the traveling public. lined. a brown jack with white points. 8 sears old in Jure iron and steel were ir ttiin 1 vathmna, Kt s.. t Man lard To fix the per capita allowance of hi and lull n'i huiids Inch M. P. NEWCOMH, Prop., sired by Aiken's riimhined (sddinica full hrrxhernf Harrison t Kmj; ilium he In Kin Phillip 1st dam lllat i. , for $i,uo, aie said txiuihers at $1,710 Mt Vernon, Ky, natiesat$i:i.n year. A Child Killed. atin Jennet she was sired I) King Phillip, .a llenaler sold another combined gcMm; fn k f.ial Ci toll n, ' la I.) points. 3C1.1, . Another child killed b) the me at opiates sue n dam by ,M ,rt. as'le, he In JimPirter, This Ja If an v person or persons shall encage - Sued ku I'cloek), ire uf Nellie Jx. t jfter van h the breed of this !nre it m ,.. oi.u ha- - pr ten himself a fiiirt'ree.li r num' er of ' is O in ii"miuI ther Neil ll'i, 'rial in, Pick Vilkejjt, trial ' eiter.prii - than anj . tt,er stallion a. thes m. game in w hich money in any hazard or oils liavi sold for at ueanin. time Ihsn an stallmu to Kin,; l'Hmkt trui 119, Ma e when tit irte.l rt I., 'an) tear jold trial io and hvc more that it i f iled inijri the child of its peculiar More) s propertV IS bet, WOIlOr lot, Slicll per- - u hen the can rel EEHTHERFORD HOTEL Or n, is 1'JI with I icn r' t i.in ti It troubles by uini; Pr Askcr's llaby Soother io.it butler all in Ian ea Mt splendid 01 son or persons shall be subject to a line contalIIS no 0,um or morphiuo Sold i. a R P W I.OC.AS Owner, mhi, In, h is cartaiuly wonderful far Jij ear ld ii Sad.lie stall, ,,, lll'S ON II. I K. 1,enn limned epportunilivsj by l.eo t iUrs talhon with of not less than $25 nor more than $100. j ore of Harry Wilkes s nVJ, tiny Wilkes "P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. This cove's pretty nearly evei v form of Is Life Worth Living 1 a I.',. Red Wilkes stir of Prince W'dkps i i444 ! through the world, a Wi'Iiiii I sire.il AstrlU 3 ear old riird is Not if sou srii inmhlint;. I r $io. 00 and i the only hone that standi Will Having leased the al. if holel.Jtefitted and reDr Acker'Papepia Ttblats are a poniive .ur. f ti,. at in) 1UI make tl earn ,t Si, 000 the season for " furnished, t am prepired to aiLommodate the fjub To prohibit the thawing Or pointing lit nl.naf worst forms of dspepsia.. indigestion, tlat I ,r jSir. trVSdnat .. Tt ..' at inal rnn.lin.ilirin alliirvinlf Hal unri toll! a lie in lintdan hllialatc (dam 01nf Maud aiessenfter stlt Rites rtison.iMe 11 (.00J Pearl a )o, dam im Livery and Sample R.i in attached j V by liaHtie l rrei, sire another of a deadly weapon, and shoot-- a R PnR. irV of Pearl Medium i 21 $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Twentv-fivfi vmvma 'miiorw years after the dote of mt' nt a person from amlmsli. IU makes Si. ond dam Kitty Rirers dam of llertie ftirl, 4 record t a on slow tratrVl b Alesander's Monet due when the colt i foaled or the icar II it an assault, punishable as asault is ti,t. war, with the" ledeemable tlebt near-not eaun, irc imiaiMiin .iimo a 14, ioannu parted vita HOUSE, punished, to draw any deadly weap- - v ., caleil in, the republicnn party in Faigk? Panmark i a eaatiful seal brown w,t ii . Vlmnnt. Ilclmont. Ac llnrddam by Red Jacket ire of the dam ol good aaane and tail, 15 hands , inches high t. on upon mother or to point a deadly t1(, Uon. j,,m.,,..es the war tariil in 12 F. B. KILEY, Proprietor, cand dainsai Rentucks Wilkes s .1.. and ihe yruisokl this Spring has aeser l.n handie.l llellc S So i i?Vi, I. Mie Wilkei a " w5tt, ( ae is gait, i;j sflunlulcs. "' prospect Jr a producer mil olaadd'e an - Kentucky. weapon at another. If any person shoots 0 and illums the bait i ,, umltai Isira of llrown J London, el ami o Red Wilkes sire of Prmce Wilkes 144 combined horses in this partel the State at another fiotn ambush, without in- We Can and Do I have mot ed to my new Hotcljind am better I W was aired br On Tint, ha Phil hompsun ib), Ki bj Cwnttt, son of Sherbt Sloaewall Jac fliftintra wound, he shall be deemed (iuarintee ,)r Acker. llteoJ Elim.f..r prepared than etcr to actommodate the public liuviii.iiy.'StpaMtM, MM'!i'.m4 man MorguM an extra fat mare, supposed to bo wn, heby a.hmgtnM Denmark, be l,t Rlai k Good I.ivcrj attached and etery convenience de- UtliltV of a feloilV .Hid punished IiV coil- - been fulU demonstrated to the people nl thm conn Irurih dam Denmark ' sired, (Jitv me a call. f Ali.lallah and Messenger blixnl . is superior to all other preparations fnr nt dnm by ton ol Alexander s Naonan it FRANK KII.F.V. Prtotky hj, by (Soorge Wilkus a as, tint dnm hnement in the penitentiary not less b,d disease-- It isaposmteeur for r)nhiliti. l am one ol the Ueat read nsaras If I en rtri I annie a trial t ia; tral Rantuck) dam nf Nellie O'Neal 'luenty mile-- , the l orte tt than one nor more than 10 yea.s. R itie Jackson j a5K, W at ( Tears old; Ore) ""urfndXwiah I harlc) trial at ) ears idd 1 to ana J others that It is now lan mi ioi a iinuciary.io in- - constitutkni a. u. penny In thase psdigre. j al will And rotal hreelu M f?Y mild trot .hue to jo bj linn's Cad ram, sue ai and in these sis hosts you will ms Inditid ,.l. of w 17V4, Ac. I'd jhnntns vest funds held by him, in real estate, Lyin.iMaivi.aii) A Duty to Youraelf. ot rare beaut) and a breeders ecid to mine IIRKKK WII.KKS will make the mortgages, notes or bonds or such other It is surprisin; that people will ue a coruiuuti, Making dirnt cunneiti - in Citnlral L'tuon de iV at mt place at) miles from Stanford, wason, on jcurmirratthere Ihey will be pruarli tared .en PILLIONS hsW'lTCH.KV. K) f a tint fur " c.'i san'pidoi. - ordmart mil tt hen thct can secure taluable l.nz lltitli llrancli pike at mterest-uearin- g securiues as ate regaui- lull one far the same nioney Pr. Acker. hni;lish St. Louis, Pealer In lichigan Points, Cliiiau, pills cure for sick headache and ail Pitroit, Clet eland. Ilnlfalo, $25 to Insure a Mare in Foal, Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps etl as safe investments. It forbids in liter are a posltttc are sml',.tteet, uasil) taken troubles Thet Indianapolis and the Wett, ihe srjni.i:j,rALi.ioN, of any railroad and do not sripe. lorsalebyA 11 Penn vestment in the securities Canada, New Kiiitlind, , Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, as, rrtamed or mate Monev due it hen the fai t has been in operation or corporation that I'ni'uare, Furniture and a L II s PL'NN Caa't Sloop Nights par ten with. thousands Is Groceries, less than ten years without defaulting in ma,the complaint oftoughs, etc.sulTcriii Iroiu asth- Washington, General Line liiltunore, Philadelphia, Pidtou ever try (Juukest tune to llarrodsburg, Frankfort, K) payment of any bond, or in the bonds of Dr. consumption, Acker Knslith Remedy It is the best prepFancy Candies, Croti liei, &l. Richmond, VIRGINIA Shortest and Mai r on .1 bold an. h Mihoaom ',ai.. AH kinds of Produce taken in exchange for Koods. any town or county that has defaulted aration ktiou n for all lun; troubles Quickest Ivie to I.411 I. lugli. he it t uiaiiv poiitite guarantee at 151. and 50c hy A. R. Penny in.l t I.I, is slri, Postofiiic, Litmst hi, Kj ill . ,ilir., an.) pleasant til lint ind f within ten years Sftn in. t I is sid.il.r breeds faucy and it hen ,,,mtl, dnien Miss Bessie Hole, of an Francisco, is harue.i clerks to charge a fee, To allow county goes like a trotter He is style n I. t ule. to the thirl generation - backed l.t th .r tax, for titlixing the I'D and a beautiful little blonde, with 8o but not the Mate Solid Trams, lngagt cars, smoking cars and oiighlirrds on bull .idea making linn d.i! k brown eyes and a pretty figure. coichcs, Pullman Boudoir Sleepers through withvrrta.litr prighilt in gut. inform and finuli a pet e t seal to papers for pension claims. change tia Cliatt.in oga, llirmlnghain, Merld out . wall, mini ill Mim,,,., li , The bill redistrictiug the State into Mil is a practical horscshoer, and would an mKiii iiirect connections en loute lor Season opens Juno 11 with a Hrand Hop on b standard ;odd.,rds Denmark, he b (.atnesX. from AthetilU, Lynchburand points I rlday etc, June ao, PanLe called at 8 osliarp. the stall', nei.ii.ark he bt the race hor.e, Penmar opposireceived the gov open a shop were it not for the he alwt e elegantly bred hirt will nuke the Reduced rates for board and cottage- till Jul) it Congiessional districts season of 1890 at "Maples," two miles from Lantion of her family. Mie learned horbe b Sir Wallace, he by T.Hlhunter's Sir Wall, , ernoi'ri signature jnst iu time. KATU FOR HOA.SU PKOM Jl Lt IST. caster tin Stanford nlke, where they will be found be t Sir Mbert.fthiisoMBlihredl $ 00 shoeing; in an industrial school. She is Per Week sd.mii. WHAT IT DIDN'T DO. at an) time ready toserte mares elnltia dam iif 1rg1111us by . " Day . Wilmiug ,hr .jd,.',f-cAmong the measures left in an un- much better ofl than if she had learned tAt Chattanoogati, for Atlanta, Columbus, Savannah, " Meal 5" , Chariest' Augusta, Macon, ARTHUR SIMs, 41,41 ., i (iii m;irf .. 5 v Cottase Rent per week various bills af to hammer out the Anvil Chorus on a llriinswirk, Lake Cll), rhoinanillea.nl KI.OIU-l). Jo. . finished state were the " Month en Knos, record s 74, with 14 in a jn class Ily t, lamas. Horses fed, per Wul ('icn Knos l fecting the penitentiaries; the lull to up-- I piano. The only line r.innini; solid trains with choice and ao Vermont a 15 claw, LMy 5' a ... a Pullman ikwdolr or Palace Sleeping Cars to Hern, 141, dam Daughter of Arthur Sims' 1st propriatc Sio.OOO to enlarge the Central A L SPOON AMDKF s3.1t change Inr an ilas. of tvitlmiit s dam, Lady Arthur, is by Itourhon Chief, sire el i3.V'.f.U;,l',,.,' Says the Southern Modlcal World: tta. dan. bt M, . av or luggage. iilst iiiiiim Anchorage; the bill "Mother's Friend" j Lunatic Asylum at mh ik ai. i'.it.v smut Miiitrt tm inrl miliar nf tia f isrstil nnnl 1ml Iti 111 irL'iiinjrL ."""'."- alie. innin uiiivi isro'Vinj; m favor throughbelma and .Montgomery, Huntnillr, Decatur, out of Lilly Arthur, thoroughbred. ,"' He is a hand- dam Hlorire , a'd dam bt Mont. ..,,,; rlV "k hl Florence, Memphis jtid ARKANSAS points to define who shall sue railroads and out the South and is highl) recommended by We consider it mdispensibie to thoie Shortu.t and .inn ket to Anmston Selin.i. Mo j other corporations for injuries to person tt ho know they mutt pass through the nrdoal ol bile Direct connections made at N'KW OR-Write Hradheld Reg Co , Atlanta, 1. ANS tvitboiit omnibus tramfr for l.ili'ni.n ... on , for particulurti Sold by all drug.tt. e,irn,ii.rv" tin. Kill n tnv b.iliks- flu, childbinli. by the Insurance. "'""'"-".:.- . i-l- lk llounton, net nt, bill to establish cheaper text books for W' AN DO l IK, 55a6. LIQUOR HAB TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. the common schools; the general revis- DltUNKENNESS-TH- E SS. "" arrWV In all the World there la but ono Ily Mitropolitan, one of the let bred sons of law; the Lindsay bill to The only through line to Jjckson and ickshurg, ion of the school llambletonian, hating fur his dnm Rysdyk's euro, Dr. Httlnoa Oolden Specific. Miss Shrevejiort La., making direit connections Hyacynth by Voluiitecr, second dnm Clara enlarge the property rights of mariied Tom ft can beeiven in a cup ol tea or colTre aithout without omnibus transfer lor Pallas Fort Worth dam ol Dcxtci a it and Dictator, the sire tne SIO of women; the bill to give the dead bodies the knowledge of the pirsoti taking It, effecting a Austin San Antom.i, El Paso and points in Director a 17; Phallas 1 lAj nnd speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient a 10 1st dam Lady Welch oy William Welsh, sire of convicts to the medlcel colleges; the DENMAHK L3XELL, drinker or an alcoholn. a of Prince Imperial 2 jaaml have who Tnousands of LE55ENSKNincpTDLIFEnN bill to regulate the payment of wages to is a moderate diunkurds Specific been curedwreck. TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. dam un inbred Wagoner mareJeremiah horse conad This have taken the Uolden in their colice For through rates correct county maps nnd full tains 41 per cent, ot the old horse Rysdyk's Ham. believe they information call on Agent.it Junction Cilv, Ky.. bletonian "o. 10, the founder of the greatest trotminers and the employes of other cor- without their knowledge, and t. t ouck committed to mt nill Of UaPII nritnlal. ,.Ti ftiiutvi) buit drinking of their own freewill. No bill to establish Mate oraddress porations; the FRANK W. WOOI.LKV, ting family the world has etcr known, courting persona results from its administration. Cures guarAK't-- t Lexington. through his s cms from 4 different channels tu at reasoiialle rates at- - several proposed points, ,urn''ed schools . . .T.'?vInrl. f anteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Ad. C C. D O. KDWARPS. Rtsdik's llambletonian, Volunteer, Metropolitan stock No ret,K,, 1?,I tetPf, , Zl'llV' r'movaI "" and the "Valued Policy which received dress iu confidence Goltikn brut trie Co., 183 (, P. AT A., and William Welsh ATLANTA Parting teitl, ,ock forfeits Ir?.u a"e 8RADFIELD RElaUlATOgDD. Usee Street. Cincinnati, O, ket veto. Cinctcniti, U 6 T. A Ft KIN, Lancaster TpiInter ii-e3- This is what a republican paper savs A. S.. of our tepresentatlve: iov. McCreary LlllLLli- M'RliKON DINTIST. ;Some of the More Important Acts That It is personally popular with so many re. Mam street 01 er V It McRobcrls' I 6(1 ' 01 Pass Drug Si ire. stanfer.l publicans, and held in such lnirh esteem Published Every Tuesday and Friday ConiK,n,tf, frolu Lo,'mvjl.lt. Times. by the democratic party, that it seems ' AT Tfie total number of bills introduced super tluous to say anything in his praiHe pjflll VJCvu.lT ADVANCK c House was --',1'". In ' the Semite besides the bare announcement that he $'J no record was kept of unrepoited bills, desires to be his own succesoi. we Comment in; M mdat. Mat iu. we w III run a leg When not jo paid S2.50 will be charged.' but the total number was about 1,:.00. haidly suppose he will have opposition liar He wagon and deliver ICT al the house of eerj person 111 Mnnfnrd it ho dcites it Nlifj Of these bills l.'.ilM became laws by the for the nomination, and nominated, it is u If ieuTih to Reserved UKKMEK .V Cl.AUS ti if approval of the governor. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. worse than useless to oppose him. He Two years apo the number passed was has made an able, faithful and most diliTrain leates Rowland at 7 00 a. m , returning C. A. BENEDICT & CO., 1,'wl. The irovernor vetoed 54 bills, ami gent ami the soldiers reat ,'.,o p. m Semi-Weekly Interior Journal THE LATE LEGISLATURE. Dr. PRICE, Covers Messenger.! Regular "Wilkes H Me.senizerChtel. sire nt Maud Mes-- t ne'er , .l dam hi lennie Elmo a Maml.illli. .Messenger, iliumi) siainnrinoi nici, leinin.i. 4th tlnm li) Imp Naxleou ttlid.nnb l)m t)arnal Alii dim by liger, jlh d.unli Cannon Whip, nth dam b inede, sth dam Mesenger Chief was sired li Mnpp s Paraxon Abdullah l'llol , istdamb) Mambilnn Moseoger nl dam by Mambrtno Chief. As He sired Maud Marsel j : Man Messenger 1 Abel 7 J4 ning iiVJ. Iloliirt II, rernni 1 jj, trim 111 j 'i 4 anil other fast one. . Ah.jjllilt ir.it li Atci.nil.r'tt IhI.I. lah; dim illsndina bs fambrlno Chiel He irtd IVkard 1 iSV,, Red Jimnnd other Aksander's Ahtlallah irr uf Rjsdyk's Haw blstnni in. ire of llexler 1 17H I sired C.ol.Umitli Maid t 14. Ma r KiUall a n. ho in nun sired Robert McOregor 1 17, sire .if llinli iMt . 1st dam ! ' I in-tli- JlCJJJiLij XGJbij aieii .prn miii stitlion, iMianitt n'gn Cup lira) 1 agle, .1 dim perl. tin 111, t He tt i sired bt Mis.engerl luef, H.l) 1 iSSo Mis im dam bt I r,,,!,,, . I) ,,k I 11, - Ir.bt He l (', hnc r'Himlin the M ilke familt He has Heter. h milled for peeil hut tin go rt I Hi mil make the f iStyoatmy hnsn two milf- - from Hulotiwlle en Pansille pikf at gaid-- d h -i- -t nl dam h ir ilLe it I rec Wilkr. he h ,.,, .. . " ll 1 I Igh, uelgltt oo x t. Its ..Uk' Krcular. he nv WIIMJs Ham'.lr- Voln ntwr ns will he ,n' hti sea-io- 6; $10 to Insure a I Living- - Colt. irn ret mied 'i oil till th srr b e moiier pia.l Marrsru'nl n irjxiinM. Inn. No re-- p r - ipr. tllll'lllU I inn ldeu - 1 ItZi Belmont Chief 8689, 1 1 - ALLEN Mes-enn- er 1 1 1 JAMES Johnson i' 1 . . For Sals 1 i(. Vtk-in- g KATE Twenty 1 Lots I 1 . Ed Barlow, 2375' p4s g MILLER 1 lAvovy Stable. la'-- s I -- I - 1 '"""' J ?-'(- X) l"' I arts-lltrce- C. I. CROW Jul-le- nt llaaa-moa.- l, -- U 2 Horses and 3 Jacks. 1 -- DE. PENNY, K- Dentist. -- , REII1EN i FOB, SALE n WATERLOO, JR., I I i REMOVED! R. d ' lit 1 I i -.- I I 1 r 1 ..:..!,.,:,. f-'o j f laMnl a -- maa? tnattiraa s.T. - j 11 1 REAL li h-- j ' 7- ZXXVXa; rmw IIM aa WATERLOO. YAZOO, 11799. I ht-t1 !. k. W..-- ... v 1 . .. . 71 l r -- i I -- I ! GIVERS, i - I 1,- -, 4 - ( -i , i - m-una- ll .11 1 a a a -- .T.-- , - fcXT"nr.r.V:.uU;;re a W W n.-- v 1 - I 1- 4iici, 11 1 ,H- - 4 I VI tot-y- , pan-pe- - d. , thorossk-hbra- d Harrison Chief. Jr., , -- m SMRIIilOK. an , fti-un- ir - ttS-..- ".. I'l-..- ..- Pinevillc, Kcntuclcy. Cortc-p.ni..l I j - , . , ui,-.., ,j Ken-man- -" S -- Insure. year-old- i ui-)- r H-- It - NEWCOMB HOTEL. 1 sir-, J - . I V STEVE WALKER, lli-w- , 1 a'BREEZE k I I .1 11 WILKES 1 hai.il-hi(- !;E i ' l 11 11 , hi-- Jr Sj-t- t. i e EftjE . 1 e- e .1 . ' 1 1 k. first-cl- I I V 1 e THE RILEY w 9 . mim PI TI TT.. ' - Eagle Denmark I 1 1 11 arlQrVn ! t. - 7 Jt, 1 ,tl. I . 1 rrrc?T a rii7 n- . 1 '' n, I Queens-war- e, of New York, Ilosloii, 11 Arthur Sims, 3041. Wyandotte, fac Wallace Denmark; is-,,- ,, I i V SHALE'S TVEIdL.. - NEW ((DMJLEaVIo Knos-ville- .11 111 blah-ta- il . 5526, . , 111 I i- -i 1 1 Ma.oni-wh,,';,;':,- i n J A ..J 111 jack-sontil- Tom uomxsox, - (tassen-ger- a asai aaisva aa - CHlL D'sHBSSfc fricnu mitflVUBg&Y IMOTHERS rlAiPiln ph)-sicui- - Sb ttV2S2&M& " T-- . " Wallace atSI5; LVtbe'i-ni'i'ir:,;1:- " i 1 at e t; y nor-11.- il hartnfu-cde- ct -.- ''" K- -. c. 'pi-t- ( a.5"".M-.easoudu- S1EELK CA r